From Amman: Petra, Wadi Rum, Red & Dead Sea 2-Day Trip
Pickup includedPickup is from your provided address in Amman city.
- Visit the highlights of southern Jordan on a 2-day private tour from Amman
- See Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World
- Sleep at a modern deluxe Bedouin camp at Wadi Rum with private bathrooms and AC/heaters
- Take a 2-hour Jeep tour of the desert landscape with Bedouin cars
- Swim and relax at the Dead Sea, and discover the Red Sea at Aqaba
After pickup at your accommodation in Amman, drive for 3 hours to Petra. Once there, marvel at a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. From there, continue on a 2-hour drive to Wadi Rum and discover Bedouin culture.
Sleep overnight in Wadi Rum and choose from 2 tent styles: Deluxe, the standard Bedouin tent; or Luxury, with a Bubble or Martian tent. Both include a private bathroom and air-conditioning/a heater on the tent.
On the second day, visit the Red Sea beaches at Aqaba before taking a 4-hour drive to the Dead Sea. Float on some of the saltiest water in the world, then head back to Amman for drop-off at your hotel.
- Overnight accommodation at a modern Bedouin camp in Wadi Rum
- Deluxe or Luxury tent with AC/heater and private bathroom (depending on option selected)
- English-speaking driver
- Modern air-conditioned vehicle
- Hotel pickup and drop-off in Amman
- Entrance fees (Petra $70, Wadi Rum $7, Dead Sea resort $30-50)
- Local tour guides at sites
- Tips for the driver (expected)
- Pregnant women
Prepare for the activity
- Passport or ID card
- Comfortable shoes
- Warm clothing
- Sun hat
• This tour will take place rain or shine
• This tour involves many driving hours (3 hours to Petra from Amman, 2 hours from Petra to Wadi Rum, 4 hours from Wadi Rum to the Dead Sea, and 1 hour from the Dead Sea to Amman)
• Rest stops will be made along the way by the driver
• Confirmation will be received at the time of booking
• A moderate amount of walking is involved, please wear sensible shoes
• There is no WiFi at most camps in Wadi Rum
• Petra is a huge site and involves a lot of walking; it is possible to use golf carts and animals like donkeys, horse carriages, and camels but it is better to walk
• People who are spending more than 3 nights in the country are advised to purchase a Jordan Pass