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Let me start by saying I don't regret staying here. We had one night, and this isn't far in. I think I would try to go further into Wadi Rum if I had more time. When we pulled up I thought I wasn't so sure...More
We stayed 1 night in April. We booked their most expensive suite. When we arrived, we were shown to an inferior room, clearly not the suite we booked. When we pointed out the discrepancy, management first pretended ignorance. When our travel agent got on the...More
We took Sandra's morning yoga session while visiting Wadi Rum and really enjoyed ourselves. It was a unique way to start the day while on holiday and Sandra was a really positive and encouraging teacher. Thanks again and hope our paths cross again!
We spent two nights here. We didn't travel with a group, planned everything individualy and had enough time here to experience "more" than just the typical jeep tour. We went on a camp-orgenized quad ride with Mahmoud, so perfect!!! Our room was one of the...More
We were on a 3 day tour that included Petra and Wadi Rum. Bait Ali was an overnight.
We found it a lovely and relaxing spot. Our tour included accommodation in the tents. We were a little dubious at first, but we were actually really...More
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This is the tour I did with one night in Petra and another night at Wadi Rum. I believe it was booked through Tourism Israel via Ben Harim. I should warn you, I don't know how old your daughter is but we got to Petra... More
This is the tour I did with one night in Petra and another night at Wadi Rum. I believe it was booked through Tourism Israel via Ben Harim. I should warn you, I don't know how old your daughter is but we got to Petra past 10pm and just had time for dinner and bed, and after leaving Wadi Rum I got back to Jerusalem at 1.45 am. Those going on to Tel Aviv were there at 3am.
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