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Ammarin Bedouin Camp

Wadi Al Amti | PO Box 285, Petra - Wadi Musa 71811, Jordan
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1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
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    • Average7%
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    Reviewed June 22, 2016

    So, my husband and I had a bad experience, but not because of the Bedouins or the camp, but because of the other (extremely loud while trying to sleep) people. So, definitely bring earplugs--you can hear every word spoken in the tents. The camp was...More

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    Reviewed June 4, 2016

    The staff is very friendly, helpful, and treat guests with Beduin generosity. We gathered around the fire like a family, shared hookah, tea, coffee and conversations. We also enjoyed a night with no artificial lighting. The tents are warm and not too touristy.

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    Reviewed May 7, 2016 via mobile

    Excellent time with all the staff, they are warm and friendly. During the night, a dog was barking so loud and so close that he woke up the camp. Abu Ahmed (Hamid) came to the rescue! Apparently he wanted food but this was it a...More

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    Reviewed February 5, 2016

    We stayed at the Ammarin Camp for a full night as a part of the 1.5 day Petra tour with Desert Eco Tours. After a full day of experiencing Petra we were starting to wish we were driving towards a five star hotel instead of...More

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    Reviewed January 10, 2016 via mobile

    We loved our stay at the Bedouin Camp - we were dissuaded from going because it was the middle of winter, but are really happy we went anyway. The backdrop of the camp is really cool, the food is great and there are plenty of...More

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    Nasser M
    The weather in December in Petra at night is pretty cold and usually unpredictable.. I recommend u have warm clothes and maybe even a hat and glove for that
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    CAGardenGal
    Ashley, we are planning to visit Petra in early December. Wondering if you remember what the temperatures were like in the desert? Would a fleece jacket and jeans be enough or should I bring a hat and gloves too?
    October 22, 2015|
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    Room Tips
    "I don't know if you actually can request, but getting a portion of tent far away from others would be..."
    LadyDarcy, 9 months agoRead review
    "Any will do!"
    Rhys P, over a year agoRead review
    "If the owners wanted to improve the experience for tourists, they should provide private tents with adequate..."
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