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Guests are all welcome , No fees , not tickets , We are all proud to advertise it with no entrance fees ,, What you have to do is to come , if you have a rental car , it is easy to find , From Petra / Wadi Musa . If you don't have car , contact us...more
All reviews smaller version painted ceiling smaller site worth a visit much quieter local bedouin rock formations bedouin camp local guide caves petra paintings miniature neolithic tourists entrance siq
On the way into the Petra-Wadi Mousa area is this smaller siq. I thought this was much more atmospheric and intimate compared to the larger Petra site. It was much easier to imaging camel trains stopping here like an ancient motel. It was free to...More
I think a visit to Little Petra should go before the trip to Petra itself because after the sights of Petra, Little Petra can be a little under-whelming. It is still worth a visit thou. Some of the "shops" still have beautiful drawings on the...More
Lovely silent and charming, I usually guide people through to discover hidden gems beyond. Travelling by a jeep; the little petra site, the old stone age farming village and petra surounding mountains for the wonderful views of the sunset
There’s no way Little Petra can upstage her big sister only 8kms away.
The shorter Siq leads into a plaza, an open area with temples of the same form as her neighbour only smaller and less of them but they should be valued equally.
It's definitely worth visiting Little Petra....just like a mini Petra but make sure you come here BEFORE visiting Petra as you probably won't be impressed after! There is no fee for entry, even though some of the locals would have you believe there is and...More
This is indeed a smaller version of parts of Petra.
Whilst others have mentioned you should visit this first before Petra, it really depends.
The kids enjoyed this a lot more than the main Petra attraction because they could climb into everything on site. We...More
This almost midget version of Petra is worthy of a visit - but preferably before visiting Petra itself. It has some of the same remarkable carved into the stone architecture you will find at Petra but on a more modest scale - the place is...More
You don't need a guide for Little Petra it is only a couple of hundred metre long. There are locl guides just after the car park if you really want one. It is far to far to walk to Petra itself, took us 15 mins on the coach.