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On our 4 hour jeep tour we stopped here for a lunch. As we were still shattered from walking to the Monastry in Petra we declined the walk up. The staff at the souvenir/tea tent were friendly and we bought 2 red and white dog...More
This is one of the few spots in the Wadi Rum desert where there is still water. Sort of interesting to see camels still happily using it. But it’s a bit touristy, since tour guides are based around here to rent camels to tourists for...More
waste ones time and journey to witness nothing but a small shot of water from the interiors of stones. not worth visiting by wasting ones time. its no great spring though natural. but very small as compared to the heavy springs seen in the tropical...More
This place was named after Lawrence of Arabia who stayed there during the Arab Revolt. There is one rock with ancient inscription, a tent and some camels. No need to stay too much time here, enjoy the view and go to the next stop. For...More
I’m not sure why this is part of the Jeep tour itinerary. There is one rock with ancient inscriptions, some camels and a tent with souvenirs. It was the least impressive stop. I suggest giving priority to Lawrence House, the sand dune and the big...More
A visit to Wadi Rum is a wonderful experience but this was one of the lesser attractions and you will be there with, probably, at least 20 or 30 other people as it’s one of the major stops on th3 jeep tours. It’s a great...More
There are many nice sites to visit in Wadi Rum -- this one is not one of them. It's supposed to be a place where Lawrence of Arabia camped and drank from a spring, but basically all you have here is an inscription explaining this...More