Wadi Rum وادي رم
A bedouin life
Walk Barefoot – Eat Zarb – Watch the Sunset – Meditate during Sunrise, Ride a Camel, Camp, Hike, Desert Trekking, Mountain Climbing – Visit a Bedouin Tent – Drink lots of Tea – Visit Lawrence Spring – Go on a Jeep Ride – Star Gaze – Count the Shooting Stars – Fancy the Sand Color Differences – Look for Thamudic Drawings
…and Experience the Desert’s Magic
My Visit on March 7th – 8th 2014 with the Thai Meditation Center in Jordan.
I recommend camping at Wadi Rum. You can find many camps to stay in. In my case I stayed at the Carvan Camp with the Meditation Center. It is a nice camp, but it is not located in the heart of Wadi Rum so I would defiantly check out another camp in my next visit.
This is how a camp would look like:
Drinking Tea is Essential and you will have plenty of it. What I find Magical about the desert in Wadi Rum is the color of the sand and how much it varies. It is definitely reddish but also brownish golden beige and a variety of skin colors. The sand is super soft, walking barefoot is not to be missed.
One of the things to do is going off road. You can take your own 4by4 or ask your camp for the Jeep ride. Camels are Bedouins best friend. Ride a camel, photograph the camel but most importantly get to know them camel.
Who said Camels are not romantic? Wadi Rum is all about the hike, mountain climb, trekking. One of the best experiences I have encountered in my life is standing on top of a mountain anywhere around the world.
Visit the house of Lawrence and learn the story behind The Lawrence of Arabia.
If you enjoy history, ask about the Thamudic drawings:
Bedouins are very friendly. Visit their tents after their approval and welcomings, drink tea with them and listen to their desertful stories.
Sunset witnessing is always a great experience. Sunset Meditation is a healing experience. This photo is the courtesy of the Thai Meditation Center in Jordan. At night; enjoy the silence, enjoy the peaceful atmosphere, the clear skies and star gazing with telescopes & professionals. Wadi Rum is the perfect location to watch the shooting stars and count your wishes.
My favorite part; was waking up during sunrise time.This is a short introduction on what you can do and find at Wadi Rum. Hopefully I will be visiting again soon to do some more mountain hikes.
Wadi Rum is a true Gem.
Check out the full Album of pictures taken during my trip by clicking on the below picture.
My favorite part is always in your comments; so please fill me in. 🙂
Great Pictures and advice:) looks very nice!
Thank you Samar Xx
Wow , I’m sooooo inspired with the picturesss ! Thanks for sharing your amazing experience .. We should try it together really soon ❤️
It truly would be great for us “cousins” to go together.
Thank you for visiting my blog Xx
Aweosme blog and awesome images .. great work Razan !
Thank you for visiting and commenting 🙂
I hope you will like the upcoming ones
Razan this is such a great post i haven’t been in wadi rum in ages but now i will plan it as soon as i get in amman.. the photos are amazing ❤
I am glad you liked them Dina 🙂
When you come here we can go together..
Very beautiful pictures! What part of the journey did you like the most?
I really enjoyed walking bare feet on the soft sand, felt so beautiful. I also enjoyed sitting on top of a mountain and just look at the scenery. I enjoyed many things..
Thanks for your comment Ivan 🙂
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