This is the original camp and undoubtedly the best
5 out of 5
We stayed 2 days and 2 nights which gave us time to settle in, relax and feel like we got to know the place a bit. Tents are all secure, and the property is very well kept. Bathrooms are basic but clean. Showers have hot water, although it pays to check your timing as Power is from solar energy, and a large tour group will use up a lot at a time. Beds are firm and comfortable with loads of warm blankets as the nights can get cold. Staff are exceptionally nice. They are friendly without being intrusive, always courteous and attentive. English is widely understood and pretty well spoken by most. We are especially thankful to the owner Osama, and his brother Rafiq who manages the site, for their wonderful hospitality and generosity, they really made our stay the highlight of our trip to Jordan. There's music by Mohammed Ali and friends at night which adds beautifully to the atmosphere, and a warm fire to sit by for coffee. We also recommend taking a camel ride at sunset. The driver is great fun . Our special thanks to all the staff, and as mentioned especially Rafiq and Osama for a wonderful stay in the Wadi Rum desert.
If you want to know the best places to stay, why not ask the locals? One popular choice among local travelers is Bedouin Lifestyle Camp, which has received an average rating of 4.42 out of 5. Other hotels worth consideration include Captain's Desert Camp, with its average guest rating of 4.25, or Atallah's Camp, which scores 5.