Wadi Rum looks like what you are exactly thinking of a desert: extremely hot temperatures in summer and extremely low in winter. It is a very hospitable desert to the Bedouin that live there and a real challenge for those who visit it.
t was early in the afternoon when I arrived in Wadi Rum, enjoying an ATV Safari with a local Bedouin driver who of course, knew the area. The camp which was right where Lawrence of Arabia lived, was one of the most interesting stops we made.
I was so lucky to enjoy the most hospitable tea-time of my whole trip there! Literally Like A Local!
Wadi Rum is famous for its stunning sunsets, in a scenery surrounded by mountains and rocks that look wonderful from every view point, creating in this way one of the best photographic sceneries I have ever seen! The feeling was just epic!
I spent the night at an amazing Luxury Camp, the Sun City Camp and I had the best wake-up! In the morning, I was wandering on a camel with the company of a Bedouin and I finally enjoyed the sunrise from the beautiful Valley!
This trip has been organized in co-operation with Ryanair, which has a twice-a-week flight from Athens to Aqaba as well as the Jordan Tourism Board. I would like to thank from the bottom of my heart our guide Issa and our driver Fatem for the unique moments we shared! All opinions are my own, as always.
Translation: Adrianna Argyropoulou
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