4 Days. Aqaba (2 Nights) - InterContinental Resort 5* | Wadi Rum (1 Night) - Aladdin Camp + 4X4 Ride I Private Transfer from US$371
4 Days. Aqaba (2 Nights) - InterContinental Resort 5* | Wadi Rum (1 Night) - Aladdin Camp + 4X4 Ride I Private Transfer
from US$371

4 Days. Aqaba (2 Nights) - InterContinental Resort 5* | Wadi Rum (1 Night) - Aladdin Camp + 4X4 Ride I Private Transfer

1 Tour + Private Transfer Included
Created: Wednesday, August 26, 2020 - Departure: Monday, October 5, 2020
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US$371
Based on 2 adults
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AQABA & WADI RUM 4 Days / 3 Nights

(1) Aqaba (2 Nights):

  • InterContinental Resort Aqaba 5* + Breakfast

(2) Wadi Rum (1 Night):

  • Aladdin Camp Wadi Rum 2* - Panoramic Domes + Half Board (Breakfast + One Main Meal)
  • Tour: Wadi Rum 2 Hours 4X4 Ride Desert Tour

>> Private Transfer - Standard Car: Aqaba>Wadi Rum

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Created: Wednesday, August 26, 2020 - Departure: Monday, October 5, 2020
Destinations: Aqaba, Wadi Rum
Themes
Jordan
Aqaba + Wadi Rum
Your day to day
05 Oct
1. Aqaba
Stay
About the city: Aqaba is Jordan's only port city, located on the Gulf of Aqaba in the extreme south of the country. Aqaba is Jordan's window on the Red Sea. Aqaba has experienced great development in recent years, a fact that has led to the improved infrastructure and facilities. Aqaba has been an inhabited settlement since 4000 BC due to its strategic location at the crossroads of trade routes between Asia and Africa. During World War I, the Ottoman forces were forced to withdraw from Aqaba after a raid, known as the Battle of Aqaba, led by TE Lawrence (known as Lawrence of Arabia) and the Arab forces of Sharif Hussein in 1917. The most important sites to see in Aqaba are: • Aqaba Fort Originally dating from the 14th century AD, although the present structure was built by the Mamluk Sultan el-Ghawri Qansawh (1501-1516) and has been revised many times since. • Ayla, (next to the Moevenpick complex). The ancient city that was established when Islam arrived in the area in 622 AD. • Roman Church of the 4th century: The oldest Christian church in history. • Aqaba Museum: This unique museum is definitely one of the main attractions of Aqaba as it displays a variety of assets, as well as life-size models of traditional life in one of the oldest cities in Jordan. It also contains a collection of rare historical images from the beginning of the last century to the present.
05 Oct
Accomodation
2 Nights
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InterContinental Resort Aqaba
87%
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At 6.4 km from the center
BED AND BREAKFAST KING STANDARD
In the heart of Aqaba, InterContinental Resort Aqaba is within a 5-minute drive of Palm Beach and Port of Aqaba. This 5-star hotel is 3.1 mi (5 km) from Aqaba Marine Park and 4.2 mi (6.8 km) from Aqa...
07 Oct
Transport from Aqaba to Wadi Rum
JR - Standard Cars
08:00 - Aqaba City Center
09:30 - Wadi Rum City Center
1h 30m 2 PC Nonstop
Transport type: Full Size Economy Car 2Pax
Cabin Class: ECONOMY
07 Oct
2. Wadi Rum
Stay
About the city: People have lived in Rum for thousands of years, struggling to survive in its harsh environment. They have been hunters, pastoralists, farmers and traders, as Rum is close to national borders. Even the famous Nabateans once occupied Rum, leaving behind several structures, including a temple. Local people gained notoriety more recently when they joined the arab revolt forces under the leadership of king Faisal and fought along with Lawrence of Arabia during the Arab Revolt (1917/18) to fight the occupying Turkish and German armies. Lawrence himself makes many references to Wadi Rum in his book ‘The Seven Pillars of Wisdom’, a title apparently inspired by one of Rum’s imposing mountains. The exploits of Lawrence have become part of local folklore, and some popular tourist sites are named after him, although whether he used these exact sites is open to debate. Virtually all the people living in and around Wadi Rum today are of Bedouin origin and, until recently, led nomadic lives, relying on their goat herds. They are resourceful, hospitable people who are largely responsible for developing Wadi Rum as a tourist destination. Recognizing the unique natural and cultural history of Wadi Rum and the vital importance of tourism to the local economy, the government of Jordan declared Wadi Rum a protected area in 1998. With support from the World Bank they commissioned the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature, a national NGO, to prepare a conservation plan and build a team of local people to manage the area. This team is now under the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority and is pioneering ways to restore and safeguard Rum’s sensitive desert habitats from ever-increasing human pressure.
07 Oct
Accomodation
1 Night
Aladdin Camp Wadi Rum
At 11.8 km from the center
HALF BOARD Panoramic Domes
With mountain views, Aladdin Camp is situated in Wadi Rum and has a restaurant and room service.There is a fully equipped private bathroom with bidet and free toiletries.The tented camp offers a conti...
07 Oct
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price per person from
US$371
Based on 2 adults
Trip summary
2 Adults
05/10/2020 - 08/10/2020
Nights 3
This package includes
Destinations 2
Transports 1
Accommodations 2
Tours 1