IS WADI RUM WORTH VISITING?
Wadi Rum is almost up there on a par with anyone’s long-term bucket list destination Petra which is really saying something.
Spend a morning climbing to the top of Burdah Rock Bridge, the tallest natural arch in Wadi Rum, where you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking views. Take a scenic stroll to your second arch of the day at Um Fruth.
Another option for travelers with extra time is a walk through Wadi Nuqra, a picturesque canyon, eventually hopping in a Jeep for a ride to the Bedouin dams and to admire Cow Rock – an aptly named natural formation.
You can also add some more adventurous activities to your agenda: ride a camel to some well-known sights, go rock climbing with a guide on ancient sandstone walls, or take in the sunrise from a hot air balloon.
The sky is literally the limit. Another free things to do in Wadi Rum is watching the milky way at night and gazing at shooting stars.