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Milky Way Ecolodge

Wadi Rum Protected area, Wadi Rum 11191 Jordan
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#30 of 275 Specialty lodging in Wadi Rum
Located in the heart of Wadi Rum Protected Area, the ecolodge Milky Way provides comfort and a magnificent view over the desert. Our accommodation consists in private Bedouin tents that can accommodate one to six people. Each tent is equipped with beds, mattresses, pillows, bed linen and comfortable duvets.
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Free parking
Free breakfast
Horseback riding
BBQ facilities
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Special diet menus
Evening entertainment
Outdoor fireplace
Picnic area
Shared bathroom
Shared lounge / TV area
Sun terrace
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Bottled water
Room types
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French, Arabic


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Grade: 40 out of 100
0Restaurantswithin 5 miles
5Attractionswithin 5 miles
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walfisch wrote a review Jun 2019
European31 contributions11 helpful votes
We had a really great day out (well, half a day, but it took longer) in Wadi Rum. Not taking the camels we did miss a bit of the Lawrence of Arabia feeling but the landscape is amazing. We arrived in Wadi Rum village the evening before and were directed to the parking place where our guide met us. From there we were taken to the camp and shown the facilities. It was January and there was only one couple in addition to us. Dinner was traditional arabic sitting around an open fire. We had extra blankets but the 'room' was very comfortable anyway and so slept well. The facilities were well maintained and clean. We were lucky that the owner was our guide and we had a really informative trip to most of the best places, including lunch with his cousin's family somewhere far out in the wadi. Would definitely recommend the Milky Way!
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Date of stay: January 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
Mailis3 wrote a review Apr 2019
Toulouse, France9 contributions3 helpful votes
I spend two days in this camp and had an unforgettable experience, especially because of Mater that will make your stay amazing. Because I was traveling alone, he specially cares about my stay and tried his best to show me the Bedouin way of life. He is reliable and funny, and always ready to help you for any things. The staff is really friendly and focused to traverlers'need at any time. They go to pick you up in the village when you arrived, contrary to some other camp that let you wait there for long. The food is really good at lunch and dinner. The bed is very confortable and the bathroom is clean and works perfectly. There is no additional cost. I highly recommend to stay there to get the best wadi Rum experience!
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Traveled solo
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Michael K wrote a review Oct 2018
Melbourne, Australia710 contributions160 helpful votes
There is no doubting that staying in Wadi Rum is a challenge. Within 30 minutes of settling into our rooms after the sun had set the lights went out - a problem with the diesel generator. This was quickly fixed and all was good. Like all accommodation in Wadi Rum, this camp is a long way from any where. But that said, that is part of the ‘adventure’ of staying in Wadi Rum. The 'tents' are simple; we had a ‘family’ room with three single beds. It was hot at night but my advice is to have a short shower (there is little water in the desert) and then don’t dry yourself. By the time you walk back to your room, the slight breeze will have cooled you down and made you ready for bed. The camp is very simple. All the ‘tents’ form two neat lines and these are next to the common dining room, and below a small terrace where you can sit and look out across the desert. The bathroom is a shared arrangement with individual showers and toilets. Like the rest of the camp, the bathroom is clean and spotless if a little knock around. The tents are absolutely spotless and the beds comfortable. The night we stayed there was a Bedouin BBQ or Zarb, where all the meat is cooked in what looks like a 40 gallon drum buried in the ground with hot coals. This then forms part of a buffet style dinner with dips and salads. There was plenty of food and bottled water for everyone. There is also sweet black Jordanian tea available for those who wish to settle in the dining room before dinner, or take your tea up to the terrace and enjoy your dessert surrounds. The camp was full the night we stayed. We were there with another family and our three teenagers had no trouble settling in or making their way around the small footprint that is the camp. The camp provides simple and basic three star accommodation. The staff are friendly and everything works well and easily. There is no WiFi in the camp and lighting is low in the common area. So bring a book so you have something to do when it gets dark.
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Date of stay: October 2018
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Trip type: Traveled with family
BostonBostonGirl wrote a review Jul 2018
boston2,848 contributions217 helpful votes
A memorable part of our vacation. The tent fit myself and my two boys very comfortably. The Vista was absolutely lovely. The most gorgeous sunrise and sunset over the desert. The communal eating was a special part of the trip. Would definitely stay here again
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Date of stay: July 2018
Patricia M wrote a review May 2018
Lebanon350 contributions40 helpful votes
The place is nice - obviously in the middle of nowhere and the rooms were clean. However, the bathrooms were not clean and the experience was mediocre. The hosts were not very hospitable, the dinner and breakfast options were very limited (while we were promised something else) and we even had an insect in the strained yogurt that nobody cared to attend do. The night was plain in this lodge compared to other places I've been in Wadi Rum.
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Date of stay: May 2018
Trip type: Traveled with friends
$42 - $106 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
JordanAl Aqabah GovernorateWadi Rum
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Frequently Asked Questions about Milky Way Ecolodge
Which popular attractions are close to Milky Way Ecolodge?
Nearby attractions include Wadi Rum Protected Area (4.8 miles), Jebel Khazali (0.7 miles), and Wadi Rum Desert Tours (4.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Milky Way Ecolodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Milky Way Ecolodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Milky Way Ecolodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Milky Way Ecolodge?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, and Arabic.
Are there any historical sites close to Milky Way Ecolodge?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Wadi Rum Guide (4.4 miles).