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▪ The Inca Trail of the Middle East
▪ Walk the streets of ancient Petra
▪ Rich culture & dramatic landscapes
▪ Swim in the Dead Sea

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jordan-dana-trek-smJordan's wilderness is astonishing and the best way to fully appreciate this biblical land is on foot. The route from Dana to Petra is considered to be one of the finest multi-day hikes in the Middle East. With our experienced local guide and Bedouin support crew we trek from Dana Nature Reserve through remote canyons and alongside near-vertical gorges, enjoying wilderness camping in breathtaking wadis (or oases). The trek has been dubbed the "Inca Trail of the Middle East" and your first view of Petra's Monastery evokes similar feelings of awe when arriving on foot at one of the world's greatest wonders. We explore the streets of Petra, the theatre and the magnificent Treasury before traveling to Wadi Rum and the land of Lawrence of Arabia. Harsh and inhospitable, this raw but spectacular landscape is superb for exploration by jeep and on foot. We climb to the famous rock arch at Burdah Bridge and trek through the rugged Rakebak Canyon before returning to Amman via the Red Sea coast, with a swim in the Dead Sea to round off this amazing adventure.

October 7 to October 19, 2018

The Jordan – Dana Trek & Wadi Rum is part of our Worldwide Adventure Tours Series. In addition to our group departure date we are also able to arrange this trip beginning on any date during the months of March, April and September through November for a group of 2 to 10 people. Please contact us with any questions or to receive a detailed day to day Trip Itinerary.

2 People: $4750.00
3 People: $4250.00
4 People: $3850.00
5 to 10 People: $3350.00
Single room and tent supplement: $690.00 per person

13 days, 6 nights hotels, 6 nights of tented camping & Bedouin Camps, 6 days of hiking and 5 days of sightseeing and cultural activities.
Most meals on the trip are included.
Trek Grade: Moderate to Strenuous.
Maximum altitude: 3,500 feet at the Ammarin Bedouin Campsite.

Joordan Dana mapDay 1: Arrival and transfer to Madaba
Day 2: Free day in Madaba
Day 3: Begin Dana Trek (8.5 miles; 5 to 6 hour hike)
Day 4: Trek to Wadi Barwas (10 miles; 6 hour of hike)
Day 5: Trek to Ras el Feid (6 miles; 6 to 8 hour hike)
Day 6: Trek to Shkaret Msei’d (9 miles; 8 hour hike)
Day 7: Trek to Beidha (8.5 miles; 5 hour hike)
Day 8: Trek to Petra (approx 5 miles/ 3 hour hike)
Day 9: To Wadi Rum
Day 10: Wadi Rum and Aqaba
Day 11: Aqaba/ Dead Sea/ Amman
Day 12: Free day in Amman
Day 13: Depart Amman