If you come with a car you can easily find the lodge from the dead sea highway because of the signs. At the reception you wil be picked up and a bedouin driver wil drive you to the lodge. We only made a reservation for one night and that should be at least two. Now we had no time to explore the Dana reverse with a guide. The diner was really nice with good (vegetarian) food. The breakfast was not so good. The walk for the sunset was nice and we did play football with local youth (they were very fast with bare feet on rocky underground). They won.... There are just two things; it would be very nice to have in the evening a really cold beer (maybe even two.....) and I think it's a little expensive for what you get.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hailed as one of the top 25 ecolodges in the world by National Geographic Traveler Magazine, Feynan provides an adventurous, enchanting escape into the Dana Biosphere Reserve. The solar powered lodge is lit by candles and stars by night, with 26 en-suite rooms boasting unique arabesque designs. Enjoy regional vegetarian dishes made from local ingredients. Hike or bike across diverse landscapes, discover local Bedouin culture, and explore archeological sites including some of the world's oldest copper mines. All stays are all-inclusive of 3 meal, accommodation and a range of guided activities and experiences including hikes, Bedouin experiences, cooking classes and demonstrations and stargazing. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Feynan Eco-Lodge Hotel Dana