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Visiting the area where Lawrence of Arabia actually fought was quite interesting. Rock formations are beautiful, there are a few ancient pictures still remaining on one rock and there is a friendly spot for tea and a bit of shopping if you wish.
Saw the Springs as part of a Wadi Rum jeep tour, complete waste of time. In fact, Rum in general didn't overly impress us. Seen similar scenery in American SW. "The Martian" scenery may exist but not on a short jeep tour.
This is a historic place. It was so great to see lawrence's spring. Its way up high on the mountain. There is a single tree over there. It makes the area look green. There are camels everywhere drinking water. The climb is uneven and long....More
This will probably be your first stop on the tour here. The guide shows you the spring, a ways up on the side of the hill. You can walk up there, although the going is tough among the boulders. But the actual spring is much...More
We stopped here for lunch on our way to our camp for the night. We did not climb up - a pity since the photo below looks impressive - but you can see the tree and the ancient markings from the desert floor. A pleasant...More