Wadi Rum, Jordan Travel Guide : Food, hotel, Cost, Weather & geography, History, language, culture, things to see and do and how to reach

You can find about travel advice such as public places & services, best restaurants, activities, sightseen and other key facts of the Wadi Rum, Jordan.

Wadi Rum, known also as the Valley of the Moon, is a valley cut into the sandstone and granite rock in southern Jordan 60 km (37 mi) to the east of Aqaba; it is the largest wadi in Jordan.

Foods in Wadi Rum :
The Zarb, the traditional Bedouin meal cooked in something like an oven under the sand. Bedouin Barbecue cooked in the fire with rice and vegetables. Magloub (my personal favourite), a traditional dish compromised of rice, potatoes, aubergine and chicken all cooked together.

Weather & geography in Wadi Rum :
As an extreme desert, Wadi Rum can shift wildly from unbearable heat to below freezing in just a few hours. The warmest season lasts from April until September, while January is the coldest month, with average daytime temperatures reaching 65ºF. Most rain occurs in September; beware of flash floods.

Per day Cost in Wadi Rum :
The average price of a 7-day trip to Wadi Rum is $1,235 for a solo traveler, $2,218 for a couple, and $4,158 for a family of 4. Wadi Rum hotels range from $36 to $137 per night with an average of $36, while most vacation rentals will cost $20 to $260 per night for the entire home. Average worldwide flight costs to Sharm El Sheikh International Airport (SSH) are between $790 and $1,295 per person for economy flights and $2,479 to $4,064 for first class. Depending on activities, we recommend budgeting $27 to $51 per person per day for transportation and enjoying local restaurants.

History of Wadi Rum :
Archeological evidence shows that Wadi Rum Desert in Jordan has been inhabited since prehistoric times. A recently excavated site to the south indicates settlement at least as early as 4500 BC. In the 8th and 6th centuries BC, the area was known as Wadi Iram.

Language in Wadi Rum :

Culture of Wadi Rum :
Wadi Rum has been inhabited by many human cultures since prehistoric times, with many cultures–including the Nabataeans–leaving their mark in the form of petroglyphs, inscriptions, and temple. In the West, Wadi Rum may be best known for its connection with British officer T. E

Place to visit in Wadi Rum :
(1) Wadi Rum Protected Area
(2) Jebel Khazali
(3) Wadi Rum Guide
(4) Lawrence's Spring
(5) Jabal Umm ad Dami
(6) Lawrence's House
(7) Wadi Rum Nomads
(8) Bedouin Guide Tours
(9) Wadi Rum Desert Eyes
(10) Wadi Rum Zain Tours]

Hotel in  Wadi Rum, Jordan :
(1) Wadi Rum Legend camp

(2) Arabian Nights

(3) Joy of Life wadi Rum

(4) Desert Moon Camp

(5) Rum Stars camp

(6) bedouin future camp

How to reach in Wadi Rum :
You can get to Wadi Rum by catching any bus or minibus (1-3 JD) from the Aqaba bus station headed to Amman, Ma'an, or Petra and get off at the Wadi Rum turnoff. The turnoff is well-marked on the highway to Amman, about 40 km out of Aqaba.

Travel Guide for Wadi Rum : Food, Cost, Weather & geography, History, language, culture, things to see and do and how to reach. – Published by The Beyond News (Travelling).