Hiking Tour

  1. This adventure you will explore the JORDAN TRAIL. One of the most awe-inspiring sections of a trek across Jordan, this route was recently named by National Geographic as one of the fifteen best hikes in the world.

Hiking Tour

Full Support

We supply all equipment needed, and provide you with a packing list.


Our trips are GUARANTEED!!

We offer weekly departures in the Spring & Fall


6 Nights / 7 Days  $895PP

9 Nights / 10 Day $1,295 PP

Single Supplement $95/ $195


Day 1

Arrival - Madaba

Meet & Assist at Queen Alia airport by our representative. Transfer to Madaba overnight at a hotel.

Day 2

Madaba – Wadi Hiking – Dana

Breakfast, 7:30 am pick up from Madaba hotel to begin your tour. We will head out of Madaba and visit Mt Nebo along the way to our outdoor adventure. We will arrive at our first adventure, Wadi Ibn Hamad Or Wadi Mujib This is a subtropical water fills the canyon of hot and cold springs. We will hike the trail for 2-3hrs.Then we will continue our trip to Dana. We will arrive in Dana, enjoy dinner and overnight in Dana Tower Hotel.

Day 3

Dana – Wadi Malga

Breakfast, 7:30am your guide will meet you at the hotel and be ready to Begin your hike on the Jordan Trail. Continue our hike through the Jordan Trail from Dana - Wadi Malga. This trail is a steep descent from 1700meters above sea level to -200meters at the valley of Feynan. Passing through a diverse ecosystem of highlands in Dana Nature Reserve to the desert of Feynan. The area of Feynan is Known for its ancient Roman copper mines which we will pass through on our way to Wadi Malaga. At the end of the day we will enjoy traditional dinner cooked by locals and overnight camping in Wadi Malaga. (23.5 KM)

Day 4


Wadi Malaga – Ras Al Fied

Breakfast, continue our hike through the Jordan Trail from Wadi Malga – Ras Al Fied. Today will be a more difficult end of the day, we will begin with hiking through the desert plateau of Wadi Malaga. Then we will cut across with a steep ascent across boulders and rocks as we reach the foot of a steep track going high into the mountains. This pass is known in Jordan as the Ras Naqb. The trail will head up a well trotted Bedouin migration path, as you look back and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Wadi Araba below. Continue our ascent to our wild camp site in Ras Al Fied. At the end of the day we will enjoy traditional dinner cooked by locals and overnight camping in Ras Al Fied. (14 KM) 

Day 5


Dana- Shobak - Petra

Breakfast, continue our hike through the Jordan Trail from Ras Al Fied - Little Petra.We will continue our ascent up the sandstone mountain terrain the landscape will begin to change with rich vegetation in our sight. You will also begin to see the legacy of the Nabateans the ancient people who built Petra, carved into the sandstone mountains which surround you. While walking this part of the trail you will meet the local Bedoul. Bedouls are nomadic people who settled in this area thousands of years ago. When they were first discovered by the local arabs they did not follow a modern religion, they were considered to be Pagens, until the locals converted them to Islam giving them their modern name of Bedoul means switched in Arabic. It will be a very unique experience to meet them and see how they still continue their ancient traditions in a modern world.vAt the end of the day we will enjoy traditional dinner cooked by locals and overnight camping in Petra at Bedouin Camp. (22.8 KM) 

Day 6


Full Day Visiting Petra

Breakfast, today we will visit Petra. The ancient city of Petra is one of Jordan’s national treasures and by far its best-known tourist attraction. Start through Petra Back door. This is a bit more adventurous and begins in the area called Little Petra. This served as the trading post for the main site of Petra. We will begin with a 2hrs hike through little Petra and the beautiful surrounding mountains area, until you reach the monastery. Then you will continue through the main site of Petra exiting from the main gate. Overnight in Petra Hotel. (18 KM) 

Day 7


Petra - Wadi Rum

After breakfast, 9.30am pick up and depart Petra to Wadi Rum Jordan’s largest desert and one of the most spectacular desert landscapes in the world. The name Wadi Rum came from one of the oldest languages in the World Aramaic. In Aramaic Rum means high or elevated and the Wadi is Valley, so direct translation means the Elevated Valley. Elevation of Wadi Rum on the ground is between 800- 900 meters above sea level, making for a very unique desert climate. Wadi Rum is home to Jordans Highest Mountain, Jabal Umm Admai peaking at 1840 Meters above sea level, you will have a Chance to climb and enjoy the beautiful views of the desert across Jordan & Saudi Arabia. Upon arrival we will begin hiking through the unique desert landscape of Wadi Rum. Until our camp in Siq Barrah. Tonight you will enjoy traditional dinner and overnight Wild Camping camping in Wadi Rum. (20 KM) 

Day 8


Wadi Rum

Breakfast, continue hiking through the various desert landscapes of Wadi Rum, passing through high touring canyons of sandstone.Enjoying sightseeing of natural rock formations like the Mushrooms, Bridges all cut out by the desert winds and sands over millions of years. Continue towards the South and the highest mountain in Jordan Um Adami. We will sleep at the base of the mountain. Tonight you will enjoy traditional dinner and overnight camping in Wadi Rum. (20 KM) 

Day 9


Wadi Rum – Aqaba

After breakfast, we will hike to the peak of Jabal Umm Adami, the highest Mt in Jordan. After our descent we will enjoy a nice home cooked meal as we say farewell to our local Bedouin guide. Transfer to Aqaba Arrival to the City on the Red Sea, enjoy time relaxing at the resort. Overnight in Aqaba Hotel (3*) (15 KM) 

Day 10



Breakfast. Free time in Aqaba END OF TOUR


 Meet & Assist upon arrival

 Airport Transfer on arrival

 English speaking LOCAL guide on Hikes 

 Portage for luggage 

 Accommodations as mentioned 

✓ Camping Gear 

 Meals Mentioned above 

 Transfers in modern minivan with English-speaking driver

 Water enroute 

 Support vehicle and guide

✓  24/7 emergency contact in Jordan


 Meals not stated

 Jordan Pass

 Entrance fees

 Drinks at hotels 

 Any other unmentioned


 Personal expenses