Taken by Dr Keith Jakob

Taken by Dr Keith Jakob


Our Classic Tours are designed to get you to all the 'must see' areas of Wadi Rum over one full day & an optional overnight stay. 

  • They start in the morning (9-10am) and finish in the afternoon (approx 4pm). Or after sunset (time varies year round), As long as you have time to stay for that

  • All these tours are very flexible and can be taken as a one day tour with or without an overnight stay, Or they can be combined to make longer multiple day & night programs

  • All these tours can be tailored to suit your tastes, interests, and fitness level

  • The Jeep Tour covers the most ground in the most famous areas & 'sites' of Wadi Rum

  • The Hiking Tours are more off the beaten track. The focus is removed from the 'sites' and onto one mountain in the morning, with an easy hike & drive in the afternoon

  • The Camel Trek follows the most famous/most filmed valley in Wadi Rum; from the village to our Camp, visiting various key sites along the way

Odeh Special

Full Day Jeep Tour

*Our most popular Tour* 

This Jeep Tour is a flexible, fun tour for all ages. If you are active people then there are plenty of opportunities to scramble, hike, jump. If you are more sedate by nature then you can sit and enjoy the views, stroll, take photos, discover in your own way. This Jeep Tour covers all the best, most interesting Wadi Rum 'sites', and can be tailored to include a camel trek, or extra hiking.

We visited as a family and we spent a full day visiting different spots, with breathtaking panoramic views! The adventure is absolutely for all ages and you will want to stay for longer no doubt! I want to underline the excellent attention they gave us: the possibility to stop whenever they thought you wanted to take longer (this is not something easy to find in tours!) and friendly approach from our guides, with loads of laughter included. For wilderness lovers, visiting Wadi Rum is a must, and Mehedi and Co are a safe and enjoyable guiding choice.
— Alfonso - Argentina - 2011
Taken by Kelvin Wu

Taken by Kelvin Wu

Heavens & Beyond Hiking Tour:

Um Ad Dami & White Desert

This Hiking Tour takes you to the quieter areas of Wadi Rum where there are less tourists. The hike rewards with fantastic views across the desert, and a glimpse into Saudi Arabia. The afternoon is spent exploring the quiet & beautiful white desert on foot and by Jeep. This tour is ideal for people of moderate fitness who prefer to escape the more 'touristy' areas of Wadi Rum. It can also be combined with the Mehedi Special Jeep tour to make a comprehensive 2 day, 1/2 night tour.

On day one we did Mehedi’s “Heavens and beyond” walk and jeep tour, which is everything it’s cracked up to be on the website and more. Thanks to our guide, we took the climb up Um Ad Dami slowly and safely and relished the immense views. Did not spot another tourist till we returned to the camp late in the afternoon.
— Mike - UK - 2012
Taken by Bedouin Directions

Taken by Bedouin Directions

Secret Places, Windy Heights Hiking Tour:

Burdah Arch & Afternoon Desert Hike

This Hiking & Scrambling Tour is for the adventurous, active person. This scramble/hike gets up close and personal with the rock formations of Wadi Rum. The hike & scramble up to the Burdah Arch is lots of fun, but you need a head for heights. This is a great way to combine driving through the most famous areas of Wadi Rum, but also seeing something not everyone else sees or does! The Burdah Arch hike can be combined with the Mehedi Special Jeep tour in 1 day, especially in the longer days of Spring - Summer - Early Autumn. 

After lunch we scrambled up to the Burdah Rock Bridge. It took us by surprise how steep some of the sections were and you really need to use your hands. I have never climbed before but I was fine and it was good fun. The view from the top is breathtaking.
— Kornspitz - Austria - 2012
Taken by Bedouin Directions

Taken by Bedouin Directions

Classic Camel Tour

Full Day Camel Trek

Camels are often referred to as “the Ships of the Desert”. Camels were and continue to be a very important part of Bedouin life. Without them the long journeys in the past across the desert would have been impossible. To spend a day exploring on this remarkable creature is a journey and an experience not to be missed. A word of warning though be prepared to feel sore! The pace of the camel is very different to travelling by Jeep. This tour will not cover the most ground. It is about the experience, and authenticity.

So glad we chose to go with Bedouin Directions. We had an absolutely fantastic time right from the start. We decided to go for the camel trekking (a la Lawrence), and despite being a little sore at the end of the day, we thoroughly enjoyed it. If you want to really experience Wadi Rum, go with Bedouin Directions - and make sure you do it by camel, like in the good old days!
— Adam - UK - 2013
Taken by Khoo May Phin

Taken by Khoo May Phin