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Wadi Rum

Hasan Zawaideh Camp

Ad Deiseh, Wadi Rum 077110 Jordan
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#27 of 257 Specialty lodging in Wadi Rum
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Languages Spoken
English, Arabic
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Horseback riding
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Outdoor fireplace
24-hour front desk
Free internet
Kid-friendly buffet
Private check-in / check-out
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Ad Deiseh, Wadi Rum 077110 Jordan
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Queen Alia Intl Airport145 miSee all flights
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Prior to the trip, we planned to go to Wadi Rum to spend a night. There are a lot of similar camps in the area, so we did some simple research and found The Hasan Zawaideh Camp. Once I booked my accommodation (only booked a normal tent with private bathroom), I received a message from the site asking about my travel details. One of the reasons why I chose this site because it came with the 3-hour jeep tour, so I do not have to reach out to a different company for the tour. The 3-hour tour was very basic and routine so you end up at the same places with everyone. I wish the jeep tour can be more customized and tailored. Food was included in the package and it's a buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner. One was the saddest moment was when we found out the hotel doesn't serve beer or any kind of alcohol. (Later we found out, a lot of places in the Middle East do not serve alcohol) so for people who enjoy a drink at night, most of the sites at Wadi Rum do not offer that.
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We visited the Camp after our friends recommendation. No words can describe how amazing was everything! The location, the rooms, the scenery was just perfect! But what we loved the most was the staff. So friendly and warm , they made us feel like family. We stayed just for a night but we experienced the Jeep tour in the desert, saw the beautiful sunset ,we ate dinner slow cooked underground, and enjoyed complimentary traditional teas, we danced all together around the fire, ate breakfast and coffees,we ride the camels and the most important we met those amazing people! For sure we will visit the camp again. I highly recommend this place if you visit Wadi Rum. Thank you! شكرا لك
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Stayed at Hasan Zawaideh camp for one night in November 2019. Pre-trip communications with the camp were good, and we had no problem finding, or getting to the camp from Aqaba. I must admit that I quite liked the idea of somewhere that felt like you were staying in the desert, but could still drive to, so this was one of only a couple of options, and we were pleased with the location. We booked a King "tent" (actually made of brick), which was a decent size with a view into the desert. The water and electrics were both a bit temperamental, but only to be expected I guess. The stay itself was ok. We didn't get much in the way of information on arrival, but the guy who checked us in suggested we do the 3 hour sunset jeep safari. The driver we had was good at navigating the terrain and we enjoyed the experience, but he didn't give us much in the way of information about what we were looking at or life in Wadi Rum in general. I'd sort of expected to see some of the main "sites" of Wadi Rum, but we seemed to stick to the outskirts of the protected area (not that it wasn't spectacular), and there were a couple of obligatory stops at Bedouin tents to try and sell you overpriced stuff that I could have done without. The sunset itself was slightly underwhelming as despite having several hundred square miles of desert to choose from, all the jeeps seem to park up in the same place. Back at the camp, the evening meal was actually quite nice. There wasn't much going on afterwards, so we headed back to sit outside our tent with a few beers that I'd brought with me, and to look at the stars (worth mentioning that on the night we stayed, there was also an organised star gazing trip that you could pay extra for). So all in all a good trip, even though the Wadi Rum jeep safari didn't quite live up to expectations (maybe I've been watching too many professionally shot Youtube videos). One last warning: I walked out of the camp at sunrise to get a few photos and one of the dogs that lives on the camp (not sure if it is their dog, or one that just hangs round) followed me out and was trying to have a go at biting me. Despite nipping me a few times, it didn't get to sink its teeth into me and fortunately I managed to shoo it away in the end, but slightly concerning nonetheless.
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We stayed 1 night at Hasan Camp. When we arrived we did a little tour to see the sunset! Was very beautiful!! The attention, dinner and breakfast were excellent. Thank you for everything and We hope come back as soon as possible.
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We had such a lovely stay in this camp. We booked it after recommendations from friends and we are so glad about it. The staff is great and the sleep in the Martian tent was top !!! Watching the sunrise from the tent is magical. The food was tasty and the team helpful and well organized. Highly recommended!
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JordanAl Aqabah GovernorateWadi Rum
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hasan Zawaideh Camp
What are some of the property amenities at Hasan Zawaideh Camp?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Hasan Zawaideh Camp?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Hasan Zawaideh Camp?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are pets allowed at Hasan Zawaideh Camp?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hasan Zawaideh Camp?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Arabic.
Are there any historical sites close to Hasan Zawaideh Camp?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Wadi Rum Guide (6.9 miles).