Sites of interest Sites of interest

Sites of interest

  Lawrence’s spring: where Lawrence of Arabia reputedly washed during the Arab Revolt. Has an attractive rock inscriptions on nearby rocks.
  Khazali canyon: deep, narrow fissure in the mountain side, containing many rock inscriptions.
  Sunset sites: winter and summer sites, where you get the most dramatic views of Wadi Rum as the sun sinks below the horizon.
  Sand dunes: large area of sand dunes piled up against the mountains. Fun to climb to the top. Have desert-adapted plants
  Rock bridge: spectacular natural rock arch, with great views.
  Burrah canyon: long, deep canyon between dramatic mountains. Lots of sand in places. Very beautiful in early morning or late evening, when the sun turns the rock deep orange.
  Alameleh Inscriptions: good example of ancient rock drawings, showing camels and wildlife.
  Seven Pillars of Wisdom: famous landmark, named after the book by T. E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia).
  Siq Um Tawaqi: short canyon containing a carving of the head of T. E. Lawrence.
  Sunset sites (Al Ghuroub ): winter and summer sites, Visitors can enjoy a spectacular sunsets and they can leave the stresses of work behind them and live out of time and place.
  Anfashieh inscriptions: this mountain is famous for its formations and inscription. Anfashieh has numerous Thamudic and Nabataen inscriptions, next to it drawings of animals, humans, and camel caravans.
  Nabatean Temple – Aretas (IV): Used by Nabatean to worship ALLAT (Goddes). This temple was built on the ruins of Allat temple of the AAD TRIBE.


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