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Newest reviews for Bedouin Lifestyle Camp

  • Anonymous
    August 31, 2014

    Our guide Fayez was super nice and really knowledgeable. The camp is very organized and in a good location. Food was delicious and plenty of it!!!


  • Anonymous
    August 24, 2014

    We booked online for our desert camping experience, and were impressed by the quick and efficient response by return phone call from Atallah at Bedouin Lifestyle Camp. On arrival we were greeted with tea and hospitality at Atallah's house, when we had the opportunity to plan our trip. Our party had very differing needs with family members ranging in age from 13 to 82, so the flexibility of Bedouin Lifestyle Camp in planning our activities was much appreciated. Our 6 bed tent was clean and comfortable, and the clean and very well maintained toilet and shower block (especially the ladies side) was very welcome. Highlights of the trip were dinner under the stars around the camp fire (with good food and entertainment), and the jeep tour and camel ride the following day. We got exactly what we wanted from our trip which was an authentic camping experience in a beautiful desert setting. Definitely to be recommended.


  • Saif
    August 12, 2014

    Wow, what a stay. The loction has to be one of the best, protected from the heat of the sun by a huge rock mounten overlooking the entire wadi rum area... The definition of tranquility!!! Amazing, great staff.



  • Sandra
    August 10, 2014

    It was just amazing! The view, the location, the very delicious food, the stuff, the evening-"entertainment" - full of romance! We made a full day jeep tour with Fayez in the deserst and it was just fully wonderfull.

    Recommandation: Fix a price for the bus back to Petra or Amman or to other places - the bus company is cheating on tourists


  • Aneese
      United Kingdom
    July 26, 2014

    As with all of wadi rum the activities are expensive but the accomidation and location was beautiful. We stayed two nights and spent the day wondering in our own. Was within wakjing distance to cave carvings and a spring. Dinner is amazing and they cooked us lunch as we didn't do a tour which was also very good.

    Price of tours


  • Isabelle
    July 24, 2014

    Slept Outside under the stars, bathrooms very clean and modern, Great experience


  • Gauri
    July 13, 2014

    Staff was quite good and helpful. Very nice and comfortable place to stay. Awesome memories and wonderful experience.


  • Jiang
    June 28, 2014

    never judge the place with a hotel standard. It is in the middle of desert. the food is so tasty and you should see the milky way at the night



  • Guido
    June 25, 2014

    Even though you can book this accommodation separately here, it really comes as a package from Wadi Rum. Immediately after booking Attallah will email you with the various packages on offer. Initially we went for the 4-hour camel ride, overnight and jeep ride back. Unless you're a bedouin, I wouldn't recommend a 4-hour camel drive to my worst enemy, as already after 45 minutes my legs were sore and sleeping. Luckily for us, upon arrival in Wadi Rum everything was open and we could switch to a one-day jeep tour instead of half-day camel ride. Bathroom facilities in the camp were above expectation, there was even a shower and solar power to charge batteries (didn't use either though).

    There's no real office in Wadi Rum, only Attallah's living room. When we arrived I was very ill, but Attallah's only interest was pushing the most expensive tour. Our jeep driver/guide spoke almost no English and after getting bogged in the sand twice, the jeep broke down completely at the end of the tour (another jeep brought us to/from the camp). I would recommend to look for a tour operator that offers better value for money.


  • Rafał
    June 24, 2014

    nice and friendly staff, great Beduin dinner:)


  • Afnan
    May 18, 2014

    Washrooms are good, new and well maintained. The Manager of the camp is a wonderful person who is wiling to work things out for you. Good value for money.

    It's ultimately a dessert so with young children be aware of the mosquitoes and better bring in your repellents. Bedding is pretty much basic, i.e. mattress on the floor. Food quality can be improved a lot and a lot of flavor can be added


  • Juan
    May 17, 2014

    Jeep tour, dinner, good ambiance, great scenery, location. Manager very responsive. Good balance dessert experience vs comfort

    Triple room tiny for 3 people. Dusty (you are in the dessert...)


  • Ching
      Hong Kong
    May 14, 2014

    Great experience in the dessert.


  • Fang
    May 12, 2014

    Very friendly and nice, we will go there again!


  • Gerard
    May 1, 2014

    Bedouin Lifestyle Camp is surely a special experience. The people are very friendly and helpful in solving your problems (if you have any). Of course it can't be compared to a 5* resort on the coast of Tel Aviv, but given the circumstances and just for one night it is a nice experience. Good food but average to poor beds. The second day we did a 5 hour jeep safari, which as such was impressive, but lasted actually only 4 hours. After that we did a 40-45 minute camel tour, which actually was only slightly more than 30 minutes. This happened to be enough ...... fun to do, but we need some more practice. We did not bring enough cash to pay, but this was no problem since we could pay to a taxi driver in Aqaba. Very good service !!! In summary, a nice experience and good value for money.

    The beds are very hard, the toilet area is limited, but you need to understand that you are in the middle of a desert.


  • Arnina
    April 30, 2014

    Staff were very helpful

    Lack of hot water, but it was very understandable


  • Anonymous
    April 25, 2014

    Wadi Rum desert is amazing. Strikingly beatiful, and amazing star gazing at night. So much to hike, climb, and explore during the day. The dinner and campfire at night with dancing and bedouin music being played live made a fantastic atmosphere for the whole desert experience.

    The location is so remote that it is hard to arrange transportation to the pick up point. Better to rent a car (taxi is around 70 jd from Petra or Aqaba). Did not like the high pressured sales pitch at the beginning when you meet the host for 'tea'. His goalvis to sell you different tour packages while you are staying in the camp.


  • Ivan
      United Kingdom
    April 24, 2014

    They have really clean bathroom (if you thing that you can have a shower and go to the WC in the middle of the desert)

    Paid extra 70JD for half day of activities, the walk with the camel was a ripoff we spent 20 mins walking on the street in the village! The guide gave a really poor explanation to the different sites we went to see. A bunch of French tourist putted on songs like MACARENA etc all night (not what you expect from a night in the desert)


  • Annabey
      United Kingdom
    April 22, 2014

    The inside of our tent was nice. The location is good.

    Not enough sheets so we had none for our bed. Not enough plates so people had to use plastic ones for the meals. Toilets are pretty gross. More camping than glamping. The way its priced is a bit strange - you really need to buy the 4wd-camping deal they offer because there's nothing to do at the campsite and most people can't go out into the dessert (leave the campsite) on their own so don't think its just 20jd or whatever per night - its 65JD per person to do a night and 4wheel driving ...


  • Swati
      United Arab Emirates
    April 19, 2014

    Excellent location Nice and clean rooms Great Food Helpful and jovial guide This is an amazing destination. We had a great experience traveling with our guide (Mujahid) who knew the best locales within the desert. He helped us a lot in exploring this beautiful place and also prepared a delicious lunch over the fire. In the evening we spent some very good time with Atallah and his staff in the camp which was very cozy and welcoming. We had got in touch with Atallah before we arrived in Jordan and he was very helpful in planning/arranging transportation for the whole journey at good prices. We were in Jordan for a very short trip and we managed to cover additional places with Atallah's help. Overall Bedouin Lifestyle camp is highly recommended place to stay not only for its amazing location/services but also its great personnel who are very friendly and attentive to your needs.


  • Emily
    April 7, 2014

    They have a lot of different tour packages available, so if you're on a budget and willing to take a shorter tour, you can. The staff is very friendly and capable. The bathrooms are pleasantly clean!

    The beds/pillows are not the most comfortable, but you're basically camping so whatever.


  • Mustafa
      United Kingdom
    March 26, 2014

    i thought they did everything to make our stay as comfortable as they could.


  • Aurelie
    March 22, 2014

    Staying at the Bedouin Lifestyle Camp was an amazing experience. We were warmly welcomed by Attalah, the camp manager. Even before our stay, we received an e-mail with useful information and directions on how to reach the camp. We were picked at the Wadi Rum visitors centre and brought to Attalah's office where we could choose the activities which we wanted to do on the next day. We chose a one day package with jeep and camel where our overnight stay and meals we also included. In the evening, we had a lovely Bedouin dinner and sat by the fire together with the camp staff who was playing Bedouin music and singing. Our guide to the desert, Fayz, was very nice: knowledgeable, friendly and kind-hearted. All in all, this was a great experience that we would recommend to anyone.

    There was nothing that we didn't like. But, people booking an overnight stay at any camp in the Wadi Rum desert should, of course, not expect that the comfort remains relatively basic. It seems that more and more camps are beginning to create tents equipped with facilities like individual bathroom. We personally find it an absolute aberration as this is completely denaturing the desert and goes against the purpose of the experience.


  • Johan
    March 9, 2014

    fantatic crew and amazing stay in the desert! kids loved it...and so did we.


  • Gordon
    January 29, 2014

    The location is spectacular, the fellow visitors are interesting and the staff are friendly. I thought that the presence of a US volunteer indicated that this is a worthwhile project that helps the local community.

    There didn't seem to be much hot water (perhaps I was out on the timing) but we knew that this is basically camping - not a luxury hotel!


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