The Wadi Rum, also known as the valley of the Moon, is situated 60 kilometres in the east of Aqaba.
The highest mountain in the Wadi rum is the Mount Um Dami (Jabal Umm ad Dāmī) at 1'840 metres. It is also the highest mountain in Jordan as well. The Wadi Rum covers an area of about 100 kilometres in lenght and 60 kilometres in width.
Jordan 1970, Wadi Rum.
Jordan 1975, Fort of Wadi Rum.
The stamp was issued in the series "Tourist Destinations".
Jordan 1978, Rock formation in Wadi Rum.
The stamp was issued in the series "Tourism".
Jordan 2000, Wadi Rum.
The stamp was issued in the booklet, "The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan" .
Jordan 1999, rock formations in Wadi Rum.
The stamp was issued in the series "Cradle of the Civilizations"
Jordan 2011, "The Royal Jordanian Falcons".
The stamp is showing the Royal Jordanian Falcons over the Wadi Rum.
(The stamp with inscription 2011 issued 27th February 2012).
Jordan 2016, Burdah Arch.
The stamp was issued in the series "Hiking Destinations in Jordan".
The Burdah Arch is located (appr. 29°28'26.51"N 35°29'58.88"E) on the slopes of Jabel Burdah. The arch sits at least 300 meters off the ground.