Welcome; I'm Saleh. With my wife and family we offer every kind of guided tour in Rum. Camping, 4x4 safaris, mountain scrambles, bedouin cooking and culture, desert trekking, secret valleys and special places. Ten different tours!
rum by 4x4
Two of Saleh's recent visitors,a photographer and a film-maker, recorded their impressions.Many thanks to and Pablo
a family business


We're bedouin, born here in Rum, members of the proud Huwaitat tribe, descendants of the Nabateans who built Petra and helped to give the Arab world its freedom nearly 100 year ago.
no risks but lots of adventure
We offer adventure tourism for all ages. We welcome children!! And their grandparents too! As well as women travellers. Also independent tourists.
Saadeq is the Arabic word for honest. It's important to us that you leave here loving Rum as much as we do, having had a totally authentic experience. The prices on this site are what you'll pay.
cheapest for families and couples
We believe we offer the best value in Rum for families and for couples. Our tour charges are the same for one person or a couple or a family!
your Wadi Rum
Look around this site, tell us what you want and we'll design the perfect visit for you; we can even organise a camel race! . Book a tour now or customise it any way you want.MORE INFORMATION ON BOOKING---> 
petra, wadi rum and aqaba
Aqaba on the Red Sea is the perfect base for exploring Southern Jordan. Stay in your own luxury apartment, with private roof and balcony, 50 metres from the beach and overlooking the Tala Bay marina; diving, snorkeling, sailing, surfing, here
luxury bedouin camping
Saleh has two luxury camps with modern showers and WC facilities; one is in the desert and the other in Rum village. If you are just looking for romantic, traditional, bedouin over-night accommodation then..... click here.


We have noticed on other web-sites that some visitors to Wadi Rum (particularly it seems Americans) report being "stressed out" by the whole experience. Please note that you're coming to one of the most special places on the planet!!  but that some of the 'home comforts' you take for granted may not be available.  For most of us this is part of the appeal.  If you may have other thoughts then please email us in advance, to make sure you will enjoy sharing the bedouin way of life in Wadi Rum.

Rum is a wilderness. As we explain in Tour 8 it's a fragile environment and a Protected Area so there are some rules and regulations you need to follow to help to look after this special place.


There are no mountain or climbing rescue services in Rum, though everyone here will help in an emergency. This means it is unreasonable of you to venture without a guide on slopes and climbs you don't know well. Therefore we insist you take a guide if you're going to places you've not visited before; the cost is small compared to the cost of getting you down if you're lost or injured.


Be aware that you come to Rum and travel in Rum at your own risk. We will do our best to advise you and look after you but this is not a stroll around a European Nature Reserve with European Health and Safety and Liability standards. Make sure your personal insurance is adequate for your visit. There is a hospital in Aqaba, 40 minutes away but there are not many medical facilities closer than that.

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All words and photographs on this web-site are the property of The Jemstone Network Ltd and we reserve the right to take legal action against any person, organisation or company that uses them without permission.
We will always grant permission for personal use and for most limited educational uses but you must credit us and you must ask first!! to contact us Click Here -- we can also provide much higher quality versions of the images if that would be useful.
For guidance on what to wear in Rum and what to bring with you, please refer to the FAQs under the button marked 'More' -- these will also be emailed to you if you inquire about a tour.


after Wadi Rum
here's the perfect way to remember or celebrate Wadi Rum. We call the stones 'desert pearls' and they're hidden beneath some of the sandstone cliffs, washed out by seasonal showers; we're working with RSCN Jordan 
beyond Wadi Rum
Discover hidden Jordan . . . besides 'the golden triangle' of Wadi Rum, Petra and Aqaba, there are Roman, early Christian and Islamic remains, the ancient Kings Highway, Wadi Dana, the Dead Sea, Ajloun and the Azraq Oasis; we can provide guides, drivers, hotels and car hire .... click here