Day1: Arava Border - Wadi Rum
Meet & Greet service at Arava border, our representative & private driver will meet you at Arava border the Jordanian side & then leave city life behind. Venture into the "Valley of the Moon",we go on 4 hours jeep tour to explore, the Arabian trails of Lawrence (the Hijah's railroad, the rock formation of the Seven Pillars of Wisdom, the Nabatean Temple, the Lawren's spring, prehistoric engravings in the Rocks, the Rock Bridges and the Canyons). Visit to Wadi Rum village. Enjoy the breathtaking sunset. Back to the camp for traditional Bedouin dinner, Tea around the fire O/N Wadi Rum.
Day2: Petra tour
Breakfast at the campsite, travelling to Petra with your private guide explore the ancient Nabatean Rose red City of Petra - a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Access the hidden archaeological treasures of the Rose City on a walk through a narrow deep siq, where the rocks finally give way to reveal the famous facade of Al-Khazneh (the Treasury). Once inside the ancient city, discover tombs, temples, an impressive amphitheatre and a Roman colonnaded street. If you're feeling energetic ascend the hundreds of rock-cut steps to Ad-Deir. Better known as the Monastery, Ad-Deir has a similar facade to that of the Treasury, but is far bigger and the views from the nearby cliff-tops are incredible! O/N Petra
Day3: 2nd tour from little Petra
Breakfast at the hotel & then transfer to Beida, also known as Little Petra, and the place where the Nabateans used to entertain their guests. Enter Petra in a way in which very few visitors have! Go through the secret entrance to the Monastery. Start the trek on a trail which initially winds across open farmland. For the first two hours of the trek the path contours around the mountain ridge with fantastic views to Wadi Araba desert. Then the climb starts as the narrow route, open to sheer drop-offs, leads to perhaps Petra's most awe-inspiring monument, the Monastery. We will then walk down the well-worn Nabataean steps into the heart of Petra, O/N Petra
Day4: Moses spring –Madaba – Mt Nebo- Dead Sea
Breakfast at the hotel we start the day touring the Moses spring in Wadi Musa. Heading to Madaba to see the oldest mosaic map of the Holy Land in existence on the floor of the 6th century St George Church. A short drive brings us to Mt. Nebo, also known as Pisgah, the most revered holy site in Jordan. Here God showed Moses the Promise Land before he died. Drive to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, some 420 meters below sea level. Float on the surface of the buoyant waters, time at your leisure O/N Dead Sea
Day5: Trekking Dana Nature Reserve
After breakfast we drive south to the Dana Nature Reserve. We meet our Bedouin trek crew and guide and begin our trekking, approximately 6 hours, which includes a lunch stop. From Dana to Feina it's mostly downhill and then route levels out and we enjoy a more leisurely walk through the valley, flanked by the Dana Mountains Dinner & O/N Dana
Day6: Dana – Arava Border
Breakfast, transfer to Arava border to cross back to Eilat assist & farewell.