Even as a single female travellor, I had a fantastic visit to Wadi Rum and stay at the Full Moon Camp, made possible by Tyseer. I was a bit apprehensive about spending a night alone in a camp in the desert, but he made me feel very comfortable..
I experienced all the beautiful sights of Wadi Rum , did a bit of climbing, helped Tyseer capture a venomous snake (a very rare sight - we're lucky he spotted it at all), met other fellow travellors in other camps, had a fantastic Bedouin meal, watched one of the best sunsets I've ever seen and slept comfortably in a lovely camp.
Tyseer is very friendly and ready to talk about his experiences as a Bedouin, his time spent studying in Dubai and then building a tourist business and lots of other interesting stories.
The only thing that disappointed me (Cleanliness 4) was the condition of the washrooms - they were very dirty, and the flush was not working the nigth I was there.
Other than that small detail, I would strongly recommend going with Tyseer and staying at the Full Moon Camp if you are visiting Wadi Rum!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Wadi Rum Full Moon Camp in the middle of the wadi rum protected area at the one of the sunsets point,from there you can walk to Kazali canyon,sanddune,little bridge.We offer you the bedouin food and sleep at the bedouin tents. ... more less