Getting There & Away
Set 30km off the highway from Aqaba to Amman, Wadi Rum can be reached by bus from
Aqaba (1 hour; 1 daily except Friday, departing around 12pm ), from Petra (1hr 30min; one daily except Friday, departing 6:30am). Alternatively, contact us to arrange taxis from Aqaba (25JD), Petra (45JD), Elliat-Aqaba border, Amman or Amman Airport.
At the Visitor’s Center you’ll have to purchase a ticket to enter the Wadi Rum Protected Area. Adult tickets are 5JD and children (under 12) enter for free. Visitors entering in 4WD rental cars will be asked to pay an additional 25JD (non-4WD vehicles enter for free). But if you have Jordan Pass ticket you don’t have to pay Entrance .
When to Visit
While the peak season for visiting Wadi Rum falls in early spring (especially March and April) and late autumn (October to November), both seasons featuring pleasant temperatures and lots of sunshine, a visit in Wadi Rum is highly rewarding any month of the year. The winter months (December to February) see occasional snow on the mountains as well as strong winds and spectacular cloudscapes, while the summer season (May to September) enjoys long, mostly cloudless days in which temperatures can soar beyond 40°C.
How Do We Meet
We will meet in Wadi Rum village.
You can park your car in our house in wadi rum Village for free .