Links

 

We should start off with a website giving just about all information about Jordan: getting here, getting around here and much more information for the independent traveller. The site is called "Ruth's Jordan" and the URL is www.jordanjubilee.com

Ruth is a good friend of ours and knows Jordan and the Bedouin very well indeed.

Another friend, Wilfried Colonna, is building a website about his activities in the desert. This will be very interesting when it is finished, there are already some beautiful photos there. Have a look at his Arabian horses in Wadi Rum at www.desertguides.com

Tony Howard was one of the first people to put Wadi Rum on the map as the internationally acclaimed climbing centre it is becoming. His website is at http://nomadstravel.co.uk. Another good site for those interested in climbing is www.wadirum.net by a regular visitor to Wadi Rum.

The official Jordanian government site is http://www.kinghussein.gov.jo. There is another official site at http://www.kingabdullah.jo . The Jordan Tourist Board has a website at www.see-jordan.com.

If you are interested in the Bedouin in Jordan, you might like to look at  http://www.acacialand.com. This is not a tourist information site.

We are indebted to many of our clients for sending us photos of their visit to Wadi Rum. We should like to name Erwin Hidayat, for sending us photos of jeep trips when we said we were short of them; Hermann Koppenwallernet whose website is at   http://www.koppenwallner.net/h/indexj.htm

Some sites of the other Bedouin in Wadi Rum : Attayak Aouda at www.rumguides.com,

 

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