A Unesco World Heritage, Wadi Rum has inspired with its wonders and lunar landscapes the visionarity of many famous directors, from David Lane with Lawrence of Arabia to Ridley Scott with The Martian. Natural beauty on a grand scale stretches beneath red dunes and rugged mountains. Although the desert dwellers' (in Arabic Bedu) are the traditional inhabitants, many places have remains from past civilizations: Thamudic, Safaitic, Nabatean, Greek, and Arabic. Described by T.E. Lawrence as "vast, echoing and God-like", during your journey, you will catch a glimpse of Wadi Rum's beautiful wildlife and hidden treasures. We will talk about the stars and you can try to navigate by looking at the sky. Bedouins finely adapted their lifestyles to the harsh conditions of the desert. We will cook in the desert with the traditional Bedouin styles and you will learn how to prepare several dishes such as Mansaf, Makluba, Zarb, and Shraak.