We had the 4WD, hiking and camelride tour on a 2 night 2,5day tour. The setting of the camp is in a remote and stunning scenery of Wadi Rum. Don't expect any luxury out here. There's one shower and one suitable toilet for all, but expansion of the sanitairy block is under contruction. The food is felicious and drinks are included. The flies and dust are part of the trip to the desert...! The tours arefine, the drive brings you to all the interesting points, the hikes are best to be discussed before you take off for some include some mountaineering interest and/or no fear of steep cliffs. The camelride to the village was fun. All service is excellent, but do ask for any extra info, not every driver/guide knows how eager you are about the requested touristic needs.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are Rumshines Team, local Bedouins living in Wadi Rum working in the tourism industry. We runs several different tours in Wadi Rum, from Hiking, Climbing, Walking, Camel, and Jeep Tours. We care about our community and our environment. We value cultural exchange and enjoy teaching our guests about the local history and ways of the Bedouin people. Our camp is located in the sunset area 14km from Wadi Rum village, inside the protected area. ... more less
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