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Petra Trails

Overview

These spectacular rides in Jordan will leave an unforgettable impression in your heart and mind - visit the ancient city of Petra, ride fit horses through the Wadi Rum desert, camp under starry skies and relax your body in the Dead Sea to finish your adventure. Hashem and his team will show you the…

Highlights

  • Ride a fit Arabian horse across the Wadi Rum desert
  • Explore the ancient city of Petra and its Treasury
  • Camp out under a starry sky
  • Follow in the footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia
  • Soak your aching muscles in the Dead Sea

Essential Facts

  • 2 itineraries available
  • Max 10 riders per group
  • Average of 5 - 6 hours riding per day
  • Weight limit: 85kg / 187 lbs / 13 st 5 lbs.
    more info Please contact the office if over this weight - occasionally it is possible to take a heavier rider.

Description

These spectacular rides in Jordan will leave an unforgettable impression in your heart and mind - visit the ancient city of Petra, ride fit horses through the Wadi Rum desert, camp under starry skies and relax your body in the Dead Sea to finish your adventure. Hashem and his team will show you the best of the region and share with you their incredible passion for horses - riding is in their blood and is not just a business for them, it is a pleasure and a way of life. The horses are a mix of Arabian crossbreeds and purebreds and they all have incredible stamina, are well cared for and fun to ride. There are horses with different temperaments to suit the needs of different riders, but participants should be confident and fit to ride an energetic horse at all paces.

These riding holidays are the perfect combination of desert riding and a chance to learn more of the ancient Biblical and Nabatean history of the area. The red sands of the Wadi Rum desert were made famous by T.E.Lawrence, also known as 'Lawrence of Arabia'. His book "Seven Pillars of Wisdom" is a biographical account of his experiences during the Arab Revolt of 1916-18 as a member of the British Forces of North Africa. The rock formations above Wadi Rum village are known as the Seven Pillars in his honour and there are a number of sites which bear his name, such as Lawrence's House and Lawrence's springs, some of which may be seen on the ride. The ancient, red rock city of Petra is one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World and it's easy to see why. Your first glimpse of the Treasury will stay with your forever, but Petra is much larger than this well-known monument and there are many other spectacular facades carved into the canyon. A guided tour is included in the ride programme.

Team member Holly has been on this ride and would be happy to tell you more about it.

Horses & Riding

Tack

The tack primarily consists of Wintec English style or endurance saddles and snaffle bridles, either leather or plastic. The horses are usually ridden with martingales and occasionally a breastplate. Some horses are ridden in Pelhams. The numnahs have built in saddlebags so that you are able to carry bottled water and other essentials during the day.

Horses

The horses are primarily Arabian crossbreeds but some are purebred and they are all well cared for, handled with kindness and extremely fit. Whilst they have a lot of stamina and power, they are well-behaved and fun to ride, with different temperaments available to suit the needs of different guests.

Riding

There are 2 itineraries:

  • Petra to Wadi Rum Trail (10 Day) is a trail ride
  • Petra to Wadi Rum Trail (8 Day) is a trail ride

Ages

14 and above if accompanied by an adult and with good riding skills

Health

Fit & Healthy

Weight

85kg / 187 lbs / 13 st 5 lbs. Please contact the office if over this weight - occasionally it is possible to take a heavier rider.

Food & Accommodation

Food

Daily you enjoy delicious typical Arabic dishes like ‘sanniya’ (hot dish with vegetables, potatoes and chicken), 'maglouba’ (rice with spices and chicken or meat), meze (small starters such as humus, fuul, kube and tabouleh); a variety of meat and chicken; musakhan (chicken in olive oil and onion sauce roasted on Arab bread); and the Jordanian speciality mensaf (stewed lamb in a yogurt sauce served on a bed of rice). Most Arabic countries will not serve pork. Arabic unleavened bread (khobz) is eaten with almost everything. Mostly the hotels have very good buffet dinners with also European varieties of dishes.

When camping meals are often served from the traditional large communal plate or laid out on a table for you to help yourself.

Breakfasts consist of eggs, bread, olive oil and sater (cumin seeds and herbs), cheese, fresh fruits and tea or Turkish coffee. If you like milk in your coffee then this is evaporated milk from a tin.

Lunches are usually a simple cooked meal, always with some vegetables or salad included (lunches are usually vegetarian in fact). Dinners will be typical Arabic dishes as described above. Perhaps local fish cooked in spices, chicken and potatoes or lamb and rice served with yoghurt and bread. Dessert is fruit or something small and sweet like a piece of baklava. Local tea, coffee and bottled water are included during the horse trail. Other drinks are generally not included - please keep in mind that this is a Muslim country and whilst you are able to buy alcohol to bring on the ride, we ask that you are respectful of the local culture and drink responsibly. When in the hotels you can buy and pay for the drinks directly.

Accommodation

The accommodation is based on double/twin occupancy but single rooms are available for a supplement. The hotel accommodation is usually 3* hotels and they have private bathrooms. The first night is often at the Mosaic City Hotel (or similar) in Madaba. There is a night in Wadi Mousa in a 3* hotel such as Petra Corner or one of a similar standard.

The camping nights during the trail are very basic but really rather special thanks to the great locations, amazing starry skies and the feeling of adventure. Your hosts provide simple tents and mattresses and at least twice during the week you will be able to wash with a bucket of hot water and a jug. There are no toilet facilities during the camping nights, the toilets are "open air" and you simply find a private spot away from camp. A jug with water and soap is available for hand-washing. Riders need to bring their own sleeping bag and a pillow (if they want one), toilet paper and wet wipes (please choose biodegradable options) or a flannel. Some nights you can sleep out without a tent if you prefer.

Itineraries

Petra to Wadi Rum Trail (10 Day) Basic / Tented accommodation.

Petra to Wadi Rum Trail (8 Day) Tented accommodation.

Other Activities

Beside the horse tours that we offer in Jordan, there are so many fantastic places to visit if you are interested in history & culture - Amman, As Salt, Jerash, Ajlun, Pella, Umm Qays, Kerak, desert castles, Mount Nebo, Madaba, Petra, Aqaba.

For those more interested in wildlife and nature- places to visit include Azraq Wetland Reserve, Shawmari Wildlife Reserve, Mujib & Dana Nature Reserve, Ajlun and Dibeen Forest Reserve, Wadi Rum.

For the daredevil and adventure lovers why not try canyoning in Wadi Mujib, hiking in the nature reserves, diving in Aqaba. Try a camel ride, jeep tours, quad biking and rock climbing or a or a balloon flight in Wadi Rum. Of course, you must visit the Dead Sea with its 4/5* luxury hotels, unique floating experience, excellent spas and heavenly treatments. Diving, snorkelling, water skiing, wind surfing, para-sailing, boat trips and fishing, are just some of the popular activities in Aqaba by the Red Sea.

As you can see Jordan is a country with a lot of variety where we can tailor make a programme for everyone's wishes.

Travel

For this ride you should fly into Amman airport - the flights often arrive late at night, but that is not a problem. Amman airport transfers and the cost of your visa are included in the price of the trip (we need passport details from you before the ride so as to organise the visa).

Dinner is included on arrival day if there is time, otherwise you can get straight into bed after check-in. The first night is spent in a hotel in Madaba which is less than half an hour by car from the airport.

Testimonials

B. B., Nov. 17, 2022

Everything I hoped for. A wonderful experience riding in a stunning, remote location. Fit, fun (but still safe) horses with personality (exactly what I asked for). An entertaining, knowledgeable guide and two great ladies to share the adventure with. Logistically it was very smooth too. I particularly liked the hands-on and camping elements, grooming/tacking up the horses and camping out under the stars.


Meeghan V., March 29, 2022

This trip was a dream. Absolutely fantastic! Wadi Rum was spectacular, the horses were great, the food was delicious and we were very lucky to have wonderful people in our group. Also really loved the camping. The crew thought of everything. And if you needed anything (wine) they were happy to arrange it for you. I had so much fun and I'm definitely going back.


Sabrina R., March 29, 2022

It was a fantastic trip! From first day until the last day everything was just great. The riding part was the best of the trip. Riding through Wadi Rum never got boring and the scenery was so beautiful, changing every day. Excellent guide with a lot of knowledge and always cares about the safety of the group. I liked the way he treats his horses - you can clearly see and feel how much he loves his horses and cares about them. BIG BIG LIKE! :)


Rebecca, April 28, 2021

We LOVED this trip. Hashem and his team were friendly, professional, organized, and gave us an amazing view into Jordanian life and culture. We cannot recommend this trip highly enough (although that is exactly what we have been doing to all our friends ever since we returned home).


Kim, April 28, 2021

I would like to thank you very much for the organization of this amazing trip! It was absolutely wonderful. Hashem, the guide, cared very good about us and his horses. So far one of the best trips in my life. I am already looking forward to the next trip with far and ride. Once again: THANK YOU!


Kate, April 28, 2021

Had the best time - even loved the camping! Everything about the trip was superbly organised and nothing was too much trouble. Horses are fun and forward going but safe. Scenery was incredible and food was cooked outside and was utterly delicious. Our guide Hashim clearly cared a huge amount about his horses and was a fantastic guide.


Kara, Nov. 27, 2019

Loved the tour, it was so beyond expectations

The sunset ride in wadi rum will always have a place in my heart, truly stunning.


Itinerary & Pricing

Day 1 - Arrival - Madaba

Riding: No riding.

Upon arrival at Amman Airport, you will be met by a driver and transferred by car to your hotel in the town of Madaba. Madaba is mostly a Christian town and the centre is within walking distance of the hotel. If you arrive early enough then you can visit the St. George church to admire the mosaics. Dinner is included for arrivals before 10 pm.

Day 2 - Madaba - Petra

Riding: No riding.

After breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel (approx 8am) by car and driven c. 3 hours to Wadi Mousa, the modern town close to the ancient city of Petra. After leaving your bags in your 3* hotel, head out to explore this ancient Nabatean city. A guided walking tour (2 to 3 hours) with a local English-speaking guide will be organised in the late morning and the rest of the afternoon is yours to explore at your leisure.  The ancient Treasury and Monastery are the most notable facades but the ruins are spread over a huge area with many wonderful rock-carved buildings.  Lunch is not included but you can buy this within Petra. You dine together as a group in the evening.

Breakfast and dinner included. Lunch to own account.

Day 3 - Petra - Taybeh

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

After breakfast, you are taken to meet your horses and set off for your first day of riding into the hills above Petra with wonderful views across to Djebel Haroun mountain, the highest summit in the Petra region.  The Prophet Aaron, older brother to Moses, was buried here by Moses himself.   Leaving the horses tied up, those who wish can walk up to the "High Place of Sacrifice" for the incredible view over Petra and the maze of canyons in which it is hidden.  Picnic lunch before riding on in the afternoon to camp on Taybeh mountain.  Dinner and the night in camp.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

Day 4 - Taybeh - Beer Hammad

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

After breakfast, you ride from the mountain of Taybeh to the old village of Al Rajif, which has great views overlooking the Wadi Araba desert. Stop for lunch in the shade of a garden. After lunch, you continue riding along the Silk Road which was used by caravans of traders to exchange their produce. There are opportunities for long canters across the plains in the direction of Beer Hammad (an old Nabatean caravan cistern). Dinner and night at a mobile camp.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

Day 5 - Beer Hammad - Wadi Rum

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

Breakfast in camp and then set off riding through Beer Hammad along the trail which in Nabataean and Roman ties connected Wadi Sabra and Petra.  With fit horses and fresh mountain breezes, there should be plenty of chances for exhilarating trots and canters where the going allows.   A dynamic afternoon takes you through limestone hills to the gateway of the desert "bab el Sahara" - In good weather you can see the red sandstone buttresses of Jebel Rum, the central mountain of the Wadi Rum area with its peak at 1784 meters.  Dinner and night at mobile camp.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

Day 6 - Karaze Arch

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

Today you continue riding east through curious little canyons, still following the spice trail along parts of the ancient silk road.  Pass the old village of Thogra and then dismount to lead the horses across the Desert Highway, the main road between Amman and Aqaba which continues to Saudi Arabia.  Continue east through a long valley to the lunch stop.  In the afternoon, you head eastwards again riding towards the sandstone cliffs of Wadi Rum and where you should be able to see the natural rock arch 'Karaze' before you reach tonight's camp and dinner.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

Day 7 - Um Ishrin Valley

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

Breakfast in camp and mount up to ride beneath the majestic sandstone cliffs, seeing famous inscriptions made by the Thamudic and Nabatean people centuries ago. Continue riding southeast towards the agricultural village of Chakria stopping for lunch on the edge of the famous mud flats. Ride up to the French fortress which is well maintained and situated in one of Jordan's most beautiful desert landscapes which are rarely visited by tourists. In the afternoon you will continue riding through stunning canyons and out onto the mud flats which are perfect for long exhilarating canters. Eventually, you arrive at Wadi Um Ishrin, a large valley next to Jabel Um Ishrin, with beautiful sand dunes. Overnight in Um Ishrin valley in your camp with dinner.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

Day 8 - Um Ishrin - Aqaba

Riding: 4 hours

You are now in the heart of Wadi Rum, after breakfast you saddle up and set off through the beautiful valley of Um Ishrin, passing by the red sand dunes in the valley of Anafishia.  You will pass the ruins of "Lawrence's house' and ride through the stunning Barrah canyon, where there are several Thamudic engravings on the cliff faces depicting camels and other animals.  Reaching the lunch stop you say goodbye to the horses and after lunch drive approx 1 hour by car to Aqaba on the Red Sea.  Dinner and night at a hotel in Aqaba.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

Day 9 - The Dead Sea - Mount Nebo

Riding: No riding.

After breakfast, you will be driven to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, a journey of c. 3 hours. You will enjoy a relaxing day swimming, floating & relaxing by the Dead Sea, and trying a famous mud wrap if you wish!  A buffet lunch is provided by the Dead Sea resort and included in the entrance price - if you choose to eat elsewhere or select dishes from the a la carte menu, then there will be an extra charge for this. In the afternoon you will be driven back towards Madaba passing Mount Nebo, with a chance to visit the church before sunset. It is from here that Moses was famously shown the promised land. Dinner and night at the Mosaic Hotel in Madaba.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

Day 10 - Departure - Madaba

Riding: No riding.

After breakfast, you will be transferred to the Airport for your journey home.

* Please note that the itinerary will be adjusted during the winter period (from 1st November - 28th February) to account for adverse weather conditions.

Accommodation

First and last nights in a 3* hotel in Madaba, 1 night in a hotel in Wadi Mousa, 1 night in a hotel in Aqaba after the trail and the rest of the nights are spent in simple mobile camps along the trail route.

Experience Experienced

Strong intermediate and above. Riders should be comfortable on fit and forward-going Arabian horses at all paces, over varying terrain and for long hours. You should have a good level of personal fitness and be ready and willing to prepare your own horse each day.

Minimum group size 3
Maximum group size 10
Departure windows

Jan. 7, 2023 - Jan. 16, 2023

Jan. 14, 2023 - Jan. 23, 2023

Feb. 4, 2023 - Feb. 13, 2023

Feb. 11, 2023 - Feb. 20, 2023

Feb. 18, 2023 - Feb. 27, 2023

March 4, 2023 - March 13, 2023

March 11, 2023 - March 20, 2023

March 18, 2023 - March 27, 2023

March 25, 2023 - April 3, 2023

April 1, 2023 - April 10, 2023

April 8, 2023 - April 17, 2023

April 15, 2023 - April 24, 2023

April 22, 2023 - May 1, 2023

April 29, 2023 - May 8, 2023

May 6, 2023 - May 15, 2023

May 13, 2023 - May 22, 2023

May 20, 2023 - May 29, 2023

May 27, 2023 - June 5, 2023

June 3, 2023 - June 12, 2023

June 10, 2023 - June 19, 2023

June 17, 2023 - June 26, 2023

July 8, 2023 - July 17, 2023

July 22, 2023 - July 31, 2023

Aug. 5, 2023 - Aug. 14, 2023

Aug. 19, 2023 - Aug. 28, 2023

Aug. 26, 2023 - Sept. 4, 2023

Sept. 2, 2023 - Sept. 11, 2023

Sept. 9, 2023 - Sept. 18, 2023

Sept. 16, 2023 - Sept. 25, 2023

Sept. 23, 2023 - Oct. 2, 2023

Sept. 30, 2023 - Oct. 9, 2023

Oct. 7, 2023 - Oct. 16, 2023

Oct. 14, 2023 - Oct. 23, 2023

Oct. 21, 2023 - Oct. 30, 2023

Oct. 28, 2023 - Nov. 6, 2023

Nov. 4, 2023 - Nov. 13, 2023

Nov. 11, 2023 - Nov. 20, 2023

Nov. 18, 2023 - Nov. 27, 2023

Nov. 25, 2023 - Dec. 4, 2023

Dec. 16, 2023 - Dec. 25, 2023

Dec. 23, 2023 - Jan. 1, 2024

Dec. 30, 2023 - Jan. 8, 2024

Pricing

2023
Rider; Sharing
£1705 $2060 €1915
Included All programmed transfers during the tour with an English-speaking driver, 9 nights of accommodation in shared rooms, all meals from dinner on arrival day to breakfast on departure day (except lunch on day 2), bottled water, some soft drinks (such as tea) in camp, tents & simple mattresses for camping, 6 days of horse riding from Petra to and in Wadi Rum with an experienced guide, as well as a logistical team during the riding tour (chef, driver and logistics vehicle).
Not included Flights, personal travel insurance, lunch on day 2 in Petra, sleeping bags, drinks other than those provided during the riding days, tips and other personal expenses.

Extras

2023 - Single Supplement £165 $200 €186
Paid to Far and Ride
* Supplement is mandatory and must be paid by anyone who is in a single room.
Note: All programmes and itineraries are weather dependent; in the face of adverse, or unexpected, weather conditions reasonable attempts will be made to provide equivalent riding. All programmes are accurate at the time of writing. However, the team may adapt or modify details, whilst aiming to provide a similar experience.

Day 1 - Arrival - Madaba

Riding: No riding.

Upon arrival at Amman Airport, you will be transferred by car to the 3* hotel in the town of Madaba. Madaba is mostly a Christian town and the centre is within walking distance of the hotel. If you arrive early enough then you can visit the St. George church to admire the mosaics. Dinner is included for arrivals before 10 pm.

Day 2 - Madaba - Petra

Riding: No riding.

After breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel (approx 8am) by car and driven c. 3 hours to Wadi Mousa, the modern town close to the ancient city of Petra. After leaving your bags in your 3* hotel, head out to explore this ancient Nabatean city. A guided tour (2 to 3 hours) with a local English speaking guide will be organised in the late morning and the rest of the afternoon is yours to explore at your leisure. The "Treasury" and "Monastery" are the most notable facades but the ruins are spread over a huge area with many wonderful rock carved buildings. Lunch is not included but you can buy this within Petra. You dine together as a group in the evening.

Breakfast and dinner included. Lunch to own account.

Day 3 - Petra - Taybeh

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

After breakfast, you are taken to meet your horses and set off for your first day of riding into the hills above Petra with wonderful views across to Djebel Haroun mountain, the highest summit in the Petra region. The Prophet Aaron, older brother of Moses, was buried here by Moses himself. Leaving the horses tied up, those who wish can walk up to the "High Place of Sacrifice" for the incredible view over Petra and the maze of canyons in which it is hidden. A picnic lunch before riding on in the afternoon to camp on Taybeh mountain. Dinner and the night in camp.

Day 4 - Taybeh - Ber Hammad

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

After breakfast, you ride from the mountain of Taybeh to the old village of Rajif, which has great views overlooking the Wadi Araba desert. Stop for lunch in the shade of a garden. After lunch, you continue riding along the Silk Road which was used by caravans of traders to exchange their produce. There are opportunities for long canters across the plains in the direction of Ber Hammad (an old Nabatean caravan cistern). Dinner and night at a mobile camp.

Day 5 - Ber Hammad - Wadi Rum

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

Breakfast in camp and then set off riding through Ber Hammad along the trail which in Nabataen and Roman times connected Wadi Sabra and Petra. With fit horses and fresh mountain breezes, there should be plenty of chances for exhilarating trots and canters where the going allows. A dynamic afternoon takes you through limestone hills to the gateway of the desert "bab el Sahara" - In good weather you can see the red sandstone buttresses of Jebel Rum, the central mountain of the Wadi Rum area with its peak at 1784 meters. Dinner and night at mobile camp.

Day 6 - Karaze Arch

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

Today you continue riding east through curious little canyons, still following the spice trail along parts of the ancient Silk Road. Pass the old village of Thogra and then dismount to lead the horses across the Desert Highway, the main road between Amman and Aqaba which continues to Saudi Arabia. Continue east through a long valley to the lunch stop. In the afternoon, you head eastwards again riding towards the sandstone cliffs of Wadi Rum and where you should be able to see the natural rock arch 'Karaze' before you reach the night's camp and dinner.

Day 7 - Um Ishrin Valley - Madaba

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

Breakfast in camp and mount up to ride beneath the majestic sandstone cliffs, seeing famous inscriptions made by the Thamudic and Nabatean people centuries ago. Continue riding south-east towards the agricultural village of Chakria stopping for lunch on the edge of the famous mud flats. Ride up to the French fortress which is well maintained and situated in one of Jordan's most beautiful desert landscapes which is rarely visited by tourists. In the afternoon you will continue riding through stunning canyons and out onto the mud flats which are perfect for long exhilarating canters. Eventually, you arrive at Wadi Um Ishrin, a large valley next to Jabel Um Ishrin, with beautiful sand dunes.

Leave your horse here and transfer out of the desert to Madaba for dinner and to overnight.

Day 8 - Madaba - Departure

Riding: No riding.

After breakfast, you will be transferred to the Airport for your journey home.

Accommodation

First and last nights in a 3* hotel in Madaba, 1 night in a hotel in Wadi Mousa and the rest of the nights are spent in simple mobile camps along the trail route.

Experience Experienced

Strong intermediate and above. Riders should be comfortable on fit and forward-going Arabian horses at all paces, over varying terrain and for long hours. You should have a good level of personal fitness and be ready and willing to prepare your own horse each day.

Minimum group size 3
Maximum group size 10
Departure windows

Jan. 7, 2023 - Jan. 14, 2023

Jan. 14, 2023 - Jan. 21, 2023

Feb. 4, 2023 - Feb. 11, 2023

Feb. 11, 2023 - Feb. 18, 2023

Feb. 18, 2023 - Feb. 25, 2023

March 4, 2023 - March 11, 2023

March 11, 2023 - March 18, 2023

March 18, 2023 - March 25, 2023

March 25, 2023 - April 1, 2023

April 1, 2023 - April 8, 2023

April 8, 2023 - April 15, 2023

April 15, 2023 - April 22, 2023

April 22, 2023 - April 29, 2023

April 29, 2023 - May 6, 2023

May 6, 2023 - May 13, 2023

May 13, 2023 - May 20, 2023

May 20, 2023 - May 27, 2023

May 27, 2023 - June 3, 2023

June 3, 2023 - June 10, 2023

June 10, 2023 - June 17, 2023

June 17, 2023 - June 24, 2023

July 8, 2023 - July 15, 2023

July 22, 2023 - July 29, 2023

Aug. 5, 2023 - Aug. 12, 2023

Aug. 19, 2023 - Aug. 26, 2023

Aug. 26, 2023 - Sept. 2, 2023

Sept. 2, 2023 - Sept. 9, 2023

Sept. 9, 2023 - Sept. 16, 2023

Sept. 16, 2023 - Sept. 23, 2023

Sept. 23, 2023 - Sept. 30, 2023

Sept. 30, 2023 - Oct. 7, 2023

Oct. 7, 2023 - Oct. 14, 2023

Oct. 14, 2023 - Oct. 21, 2023

Oct. 21, 2023 - Oct. 28, 2023

Oct. 28, 2023 - Nov. 4, 2023

Nov. 4, 2023 - Nov. 11, 2023

Nov. 11, 2023 - Nov. 18, 2023

Nov. 18, 2023 - Nov. 25, 2023

Nov. 25, 2023 - Dec. 2, 2023

Dec. 16, 2023 - Dec. 23, 2023

Dec. 23, 2023 - Dec. 30, 2023

Dec. 30, 2023 - Jan. 6, 2024

Pricing

2023
Rider: Sharing
£1600 $1935 €1800
Included All transfers during the whole tour as described in the programme, 7 nights accommodation, 5 days of horse riding from Petra to and in Wadi Rum, (5-6 hours per day), meals as stated in itinerary, water (bottles), tea, soft drinks, camping (tents & mattresses), guide, driver/chef, luggage transport.
Not included Flights, personal travel insurance, Jordanian visa at airport, alcoholic drinks, meals not in itinerary, sleeping bags, drinks with dinners at the hotels, tips and personal expenses.

Extras

2023 - Single Supplement £128 $155 €144
Paid to Far and Ride
Note: All programmes and itineraries are weather dependent; in the face of adverse, or unexpected, weather conditions reasonable attempts will be made to provide equivalent riding. All programmes are accurate at the time of writing. However, the team may adapt or modify details, whilst aiming to provide a similar experience.