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Wadi Rum, 77110 Wadi Rum, Jordan – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.4/10! (score from 55 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Bedouin Expedition Camp.
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Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 4 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
This property only accepts cash payments.
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Located in Wadi Rum, Obeid's Bedouin Life Camp is an eco-friendly camp that offers guests a traditional Bedouin experience. It arranges desert safaris, camel and horse riding trips upon request.
Score from 65 reviews Excellent
Located deep inside in the Wadi Rum desert, Mohamed Mutlak Camp is an eco-friendly camp that offers guests a traditional Bedouin experience. Desert tours are available upon request.
Score from 30 reviews Wonderful
The camp is located inside the protected area of Wadi Rum, 16 km away from Rum village. It is nested beneath a rock face and features Bedouin tents with beds and shared bathrooms.
Score from 111 reviews Very good
Located in the heart of Wadi Rum protected area, each tent is completed with comfortable beds, Bedouin sofa, mirrors, lamps, and the finest bed linens.
Score from 46 reviews Wonderful
The camp provided transfer to/fro Rum Village. Although it was low season, the camp owner didn't charge us extra and was open to negotiation on the combo tour. We had the camp all to ourselves (just me and my mate) but felt very safe throughout our stay. Highly recommended stay!
The actual surrounding was good surrounded by mountains.
Other camps were visible which makes the place less authentic. Staff seemed hardly interested. Entertainment was literally just 1 minute of violin tuneup and then another minute of violin play. Don't expect much from about this camp.
Location is amazing! Perfect place to watch the sunset. The diner was really tasty, and it's nice to see their traditional way of cooking it. The people are really friendly and want to share their culture with you, so you can definitely experience the bedouin way of life. It's a permanent camp, so they have a sanitary building, it's even tiled and they have electricity in their tents.
Nothing big, it's the desert, so you should be realistic in your expectations. One night, when it was a bit busier (20 people), we didn't have hot water.
We had a wonderful time at the Bedouin Expedition Camp! Eghab arranged for us to be picked up at the Village Entrance, where we then left our car and hopped into the open-air truck for our long ride into the middle of nowhere. During our drive to the camp, we were astounded by the vast desert and rocky landscape, and the roaming desert camels! Everyone, staff and guests, was kind and welcoming at the camp. We enjoyed watching the sun set behind the rocks, and then eating a deliciously cooked Bedouin dinner. After dinner, we all sat around the fire and Eghab talked to us about life in Jordan. When he left us his father, Zidane, came and continued the evening with us. While the tents were comfortable, we asked Zidane if we could sleep under the stars, to which he responded that that was his favorite place to sleep. So we pulled out mattresses and blankets and slept under a sky of a million stars. The breakfast the next morning was delicious, and we ended our Bedouin experience with an enjoyable jeep tour and camel ride. Wonderful camp. Highly recommended.
The showers were a bit scary at night, as several of the lightbulbs were out. We were also a little disappointed that our jeep tour was in an enclosed vehicle rather than an open-air one, and that our tour guide didn't tell us much history about the sites we visited. Other than that, things were great!
Amazing view and location , definitely something worth doing, delicious dinner. Shower and toilet are good
Bed sheets didn't seem to be clean, blankets are dirty, so bring bed sheets with u !
the package includes 3 meals, camel riding, jeep safari and a night stay in camp. more than worth the money. staff is warm and efficient. the lunch box is a surprise coz it turn out to be a picnic at the depth of a desert. so cool. the traditional dinner is one of the best of our whole journey.
The Bedouin experience was amazing: the alluring desert and stone formations, the beautiful starry sky, and the cultural dining and camping experience. Eghab and the staff were very attentive and friendly. We booked the jeep and camel rides upon arrival without a problem and when we forgot to book a cab, Eghab helped us get to our next destination. A highly recommended way to fully experience Wadi Rum.
We had a wonderful time! The staff were very attentive and made us feel so welcome. Our tent was well kept and very clean. We enjoyed spending time in the main tent as well. The dinner and breakfast included were great. At night we had a wonderful time lying outside watching the stars. I have traveled all over the world and consider this one of the most, if not the most, beautiful places in the world. Everything was great and I highly recommend everyone book here! As two single young women we really appreciated how comfortable we felt staying here.
The Desert is perfect place, the camp is in the excellent location for sunset and sunrise. The dinner experience was nice. It was really easy to meet other travelers. Kind and friendly staff. That's it, everything else could be cleaner and more organized.
Pillows, quilts, sheets,all too dirty, even disgusting, can not sleep, the tents can be small, the bed can be hard, but please keep them clean. We are not complaining about the sand, we complaining about cleanness and disorder. Your team are very kind and nice! The tour provides a driver but not a guide. When we arrived at the camp, we had to wait 3-4 hours for our private tent. So, after long ride in the desert, we did not have own private corner where you could have a rest. And we must to sit in big family tent... with other travelers and kittens that are running everywhere..
Good location!Wonderful sunset, Nice staff,Delicious food,Amazing jeep tour,Cheap price.
Pillows, quilts, sheets,all too dirty, even disgusting, can not sleep, the tents can be small, the bed can be hard, but please keep them clean.
Extremely friendly people, desert, mountains. Great food, journeys with Jeep, journeys with camels e.t.c. Best place on the world to have Birthday party!!! Words on sand “Happy Birthday” I and Antra will remember forever!!!
The behavior of the manager in the place was very bad. When I arrived it felt like he was angry that I had come. When I asked to join a jeep tour with one of the groups there he was angry at me because he wanted me to pay on a whole tour by my self even though the groups didn't mind that I'll join them.
Staff ever so nice, definitely would recommend it
Eghab and his team were very welcoming, arranging both a jeep tour and camel ride at short notice. We enjoyed the Bedouin experience, gaining an insight into their culture, traditions and way of life.
The dinner was a very nice experience
The jeep tour wasn't scheduled for a specific time so I never got to go
The organized a bus to pick me up from my hotel in Wadi Musa. Nice staff, good traditional food. Wadi Rum is AWESOME.
Apparently this is Bedouin Meditation camp now...or the two have merged. I don't really understand, and no one seemed to explain what was going on (from the bus the drop you off at wadi rum village, and you sit there waiting with no explanation and then they get you all in a jeep...) I loved my time there, but it did not meet my expectations. Also, all those activities (camel rides etc) are available from the wadi rum village, not this camp and they only do one trip into the village in the morning. Overall, it seemed geared to people doing one night (Not the two I did).
The only good thing there
The staff was so friendly and easy to talk to because of their good English and friendy attitude. The prices are good. One of the campers who has been in Wadi Rum for a year told us during our stay that this camp is known to be one the eldest and best camp in Wadi Rum. Tents were comfortable, toilets were not so clean but the expectations should be managed in this type of accommodations. The dinner was good. The tours in the dessert can be shared with other tourists, so it gets cheaper and funnier.
If there was Sisha or some Arabic music after the dinner, the desert experience would be much better. Be careful about the whether. Check before deciding which day you go to Wadi Rum. We were so unlucky that the day we stayed in Wadi Rum was rainy, cloudy: so we could not see the stars.
The location and our guides and manager. Great staff.
the service is good and staff is friendly.
Beautiful landscape. Nice location. Staff was very warm and friendly. Clean site and tents. Earth oven. Our camp had 20-30 people only.
It was cold (4 degrees) in December so make sure you bring you bring enough warm clothes.
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