The tents and small chalets were adequate, with heating and air con. Authentic restaurant with local food. Dancing after the meal, though all the dancers left at 9pm so they were probably shipped in for the occasion! Breakfast was a bit more sporadic, but it was an authentic experience so who's complaining?
The words are not enough to express the experience in this camp! From food to accommodation and tours - everything was amazing. We spent there 2 full days and we saw almost all the other camps - none of them is even close to this one. The location is breathtaking. In front of you is the most beautiful part of the desert and on top of it this is the best place in the desert to watch the sunset - groups of people from other tours were coming to the hill behind the camp to watch the sunset. The food was exceptionally delicious, diverse and plenty. The rooms and the bathrooms were clean, warm and tidy. The commonplace is one of the best things - cozy, sunlit and with the one million dollar view. We took a one-day jeep tour and one-day camel ride - both worth it, but the jeep tour was really a once in a lifetime experience. Wadi Rum is really an exceptional place! Thank you, Mohammed, and your family for your hospitality, honesty, and integrity!…
Wonderfull experience, not to be missed if you go to Jordan. It was included in our Intrepid tour. The camp tents were very warm and comfortable with electricity, good food, and even some music by the camp fire.
We stayed in the new tent homes with private toilet and shower and a big window with views of the desert. Big heavy blankets were provided for the cold nights. Hani and his brothers did their best to satisfy whatever wishes we had and were very eager to show us the wonderful sights of the desert. A comforting hot mint tea was always available in the main hall with a central log fire for quiet, peaceful moments. Dinner was a surprising buffet including Bedouin bbq meat N vegetables.
In an overwhelmingly beautiful location, well-run by a Bedouin family who provide clean, comfortable and securely lockable tents (actually little metal-framed huts covered in goat-hair fabric) that contain a fair-sized double bed, a really good evening meal with traditional dishes served in the nice surroundings of the communal dining tent, and wonderful tours. We did the full-day Jeep tour, which was the experience of a lifetime, really sensational. Wadi Rum is incredibly beautiful, and this seemed the ideal accommodation for enjoying it. We stayed two nights. Thanks to Ali, our driver, and his friendly, efficient brothers Mahmoud and Mohammad, who speak good English and run the place well. Staying here was a big experience, not to be missed.