From the red rose city of Petra to the “nomadic mode” of the Bedouin life.
For our last day our caravan rides through Saabata valley, crossing in the direction of the spring area where you will visit Qatar and Lawrence springs, where Bedouin families still to this day come to their goats and camels. Indeed it is the presence of this water that permitted the ancient Nabateans to live in the valley, and thanks to this the area became an essential element for the passage of caravans on the trade route to Aqaba.
In the afternoon you will transfer from Wadi Rum to Aqaba, the southernmost point of Jordan on the shores of the Red Sea. Dinner in Aqaba will be taken in the well-known Ali Baba restaurant, famous for its special local dish sayadiyah, prepared with fresh fish from the Red Sea, and rice. Overnight you will stay in central Aqaba in a 3 star hotel with its own swimming pool.
|1 person||1625 JOD|
|2-3 pax||1165 JOD/person|
|4 and up||1060 JOD/person|