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Travelling to Jordan and want to experience the desert in Wadi Rum? This experience is tried and tested by the team of Globaltravelbook at a campsite managed by a local bedouin family from Wadi Rum. We loved experiencing the way of life in the desert, meeting and interacting with bedouins and meeting other travellers. The campsite is comfortable and clean, the hosts are genuine and friendly, the food is fantastic and the location of the camp is perfect for stargazing at night.
This is a fully included experience.
🏕️ Day 1:
🏜️ Day 2:
🌌 Day 3:
Wadi Rum Village Parking around 2 pm
All year round (Subject to availability)
The hosts will pick you up in Wadi Rum village and take you out to the camp in the 4×4, so all you have to do is get to the village. If you have your own rental car, you can park it at Wadi Rum Rest House and they will collect you from there. They can also arrange a transfer for you from all around Jordan — just contact us and we will give the prices and details.
Taxi prices are:
– From Aqaba (25JD)
– From Petra (40JD)
– From Aqaba airport (35JD)
– From the Eilat border (30JD)
– From Amman (100JD)
– From Dead Sea (90JD)
The bus from Amman or Petra to Aqaba is 10JD. Many people catch a bus from wherever they are in Jordan to Aqaba and then catch a taxi from Aqaba to Wadi Rum village. The bus schedule can be viewed here.
– A hat and sunscreen
– Towel for the shower
– Toiletries (eg. body wash, toothpaste, etc.)
– A small backpack or bag to take with you on day tours
There is no ATM in Wadi Rum village so make sure you get cash out before you head there! Enough cash to pay for your extra excursions.
We recommend bringing comfortable, loose clothes that are suitable for adventuring and hiking in that are also cool and breathable — days can get hot in the desert! Sandals/slip on shoes are the best for walking in the sand and you’ll also need some warmer clothes to wear at night.
People in Jordan generally don’t drink the tap water. We provide as much bottled water as you need and also have a cold water refill station at camp to cut down on plastic waste if you have your own reusable bottle.
We’ll cook traditional Bedouin breakfast, lunch and dinner for you every day to enjoy. Breakfast is a traditional Arabic brekkie with hummus, eggs, veggies and fruit, lunch is a light spread of Jordanian mezzes and dinner is a traditional Bedouin spread with chicken, potatoes and veggies cooked under the sand. There is plenty of vegetarian and gluten-free options and tea and coffee always available throughout the day in the communal tent.
The toilets and showers are communal but closed (spacious enough to get inside clothed, shower and then dress back up). They are cleaned regularly.
Best to buy a travel adapter. See link to see what power plugs are used in Jordan.
Contact us to make sure you dietary requirements are met.
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