- Draps inclus
- Réception ouverte 24 heures sur 24
Heure d’arrivée / départ
Arrivée au plus tôt: 00:00
Départ au plus tard: 14:00
- TVA inclue
Réservation de groupe ?
Groupe de 15 personnes ou plus voyageant en Wadi Rum?
Carte et itinéraire
Buses and taxis are available from Amman, Petra, and Aqaba. We will meet you at the visitor’s centre of Wadi Rum.
Public minibuses run daily between Aqaba and Wadi Rum but, since their main purpose is to shuttle teachers from Aqaba to the school in Rum village and to serve the locals, the schedule is accommodating them rather than the tourists. So, all the departure time here are approximate and to be confirmed. If you can, walk up to the bus station in Aqaba the day before you want to travel and ask the drivers, especially if you plan to travel on a Friday.
The buses leave from near the Aqaba Police station at 6.30h, 11.00h, 13.00h and 15.00h - or when they are full - and return from Wadi Rum cca. One hour later.
Bus ticket costs JD 3 one way.
Taxi from Aqaba to Wadi Rum
The usual price for a taxi ride between Aqaba and Wadi Rum Visitor Centre is JD 20 one way.
From Petra to Wadi Rum
Bus service between Petra and Wadi Rum
The bus that takes tourists to Wadi Rum leaves from Wadi Musa bus station at 6.00h in the morning and picks up tourists from the hotels in Wadi Musa -The capacity of the bus is 27 people.
After arriving to the Wadi Rum Visitor Centre it picks up new passengers here and also goes to the Rest House in Rum village and then departs for Petra at around 8.30h.
The bus fare is JD 5 one way but you might be charged some extra if there is only a few passangers on the bus, otherwise the ride would not be economical for the driver.
Taxi from Petra to Wadi Rum
A taxi ride between Petra and Wadi Rum Visitor Center costs JD 35 one way.
From Amman to Wadi Rum
The most convenient way to get to Wadi Rum from Amman is by a rented car, or a tailor made tour offered by several tour companies.
Public transport is only available from Aqaba and Petra.