Wadi Rum

Wādī Ramm,"Valley of sand"), alternatively, the "Roman Valley" (due to the propensity of Roman architecture in the area, such as at Petra), also known as the Valley of the Moon (Arabic: وادي القمر‎ Wādī al-Qamar) is a valley cut into the sandstone and granite rock in southern Jordan 60 km (37 mi) to the east of Aqaba. Wadi Rum is the largest valley in Jordan, including the highest Jordanian mountains. 

It is famous among climbers, hikers and trekkers for trails on various levels, the beautiful landscape with spectacular stone formations. But also with a jeep tour or traditionally on the back of a camel, you can explore the UNESCO world heritage site that served as film set for movies like Star Wars, The Martian and Lawrence of Arabia . Wadi Rum has been inhabited by various cultures since prehistoric times, discover ancient graffitis and rock paintings, done by the Nabateans and see the traditional life of the Bedouins