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Wadi Rum , Um Fruth bridge, 16665 Wadi Rum, Jordan – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.5/10! (score from 45 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Wadi Rum Discovery.
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Free public parking is available on site (reservation is needed).
24-Hour Front Desk
2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
7:00 AM - 9:30 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child or adult is charged 50 % of the room stay per night in an extra bed.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. Charges may apply.
This property only accepts cash payments.
Based on 45 reviews
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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 13 reviews Exceptional
In the protected area of Wadi Rum, this authentic Bedouin camp is surrounded by orange-colored rock mountains. Salman Zwaidh offers private and shared tents, and free breakfast is served daily.
Score from 30 reviews Excellent
Situated in Wadi Rum Desert, this camp offers guests a traditional Bedouin camping experience. It has Bedouin-style tents and shared bathrooms. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas.
Score from 38 reviews Very good
Situated in a stunning canyon in the Wadi Rum protected area, Bedouin Advisor offers the traditional Bedouin experience. It offers traditional tents and meals cooked under the ground.
Score from 52 reviews Very good
Localization Food was good, prepared in the ground
The staff: 2 young bedouins boys which don't like being there. One don't speek english, and the other stay all the night seing vídeos on his iphone Not very clean and degraded installation
Staff is good. Clean. Very good tea. Delivered what promised.
One should take some light for rooms to make sure no spiders or any thing before go to sleep. Also some cooler, because there was no cold water
We really had a fantastic experience in the desert, greatly thanks to this camp; it's wonderful staff, great location and nice atmosphere. Being picked up from the wadi rum village parking lot worked out great, since we had local SIM card and the owners called us to ask when they could pick us up. The sunset 4wd excursion we decided to take was very fun and reasonably priced, although it doesn't seem much different from what other camps offer. The tents were comfortable and especially the communal spaces of tents, carpets and pillows were nice. The best part for us were the guys running the place. The cook, driver and guide were all so so friendly and fun that we spent a few hours sitting around and chatting before we went on our sunset drive. Dinner was also excellent, even for vegetarians like us!
We would have wished for the bathroom facilities to be a little more clean. The water pressure wasn't great. But we thought this was understandable considering the location of the camp, in the middle of the desert. So this was both very minor to us. The desert experience is definitely worth a mediocre shower :)
They picked us up from Rum Village to the camp even we were late (9.30pm) and even brought us to buy some food as we were starving. They also organize desert tours.
The room was hot though outside was cool. The toilet was really stinky. I know it is a camp but it definitely could have been better if some cleaning was done.
The landscape and the friendliness of the bedouins
The uncertainty of costs: extras are always behind the corner! We spent 25 jod for the jeep transfert from the village to the camp: since there is no other alternative for reaching these camps, this additional cost should have been mentioned since the beginning
Very friendly hosts. Location is simply spectacular and accommodation and food is good for a desert camp.
Very friendly staff. Dinner was great. Music and dancing after dinner was lovely, too.
Staff very friendly, helpful and always ready to take care of guests. Try their desert tours, both jeep and camels.
the people in charge of the place where extremely nice, taught us about their lives and tradition. The atmosphir in the camp is amazing, very intimate and cosy. Dinner and brakefast were good as well. We took the trip the next day with these guys and it was enjoyable.
No proper toilets. No showers.
The whole thing was a fabulous experience. The tents are comfortable (given that this is a camp in the desert), the traditional food in the evening amazing and the hosts wonderful. Thanks to Mohammed and Ayesh and the others for a memorable stay. Sitting round the campfire watching for shooting stars is worth the hardship of basic toilet and washing facilities. When the phone connections went down and he couldn't call for a taxi to take me to Aqaba, Mohammed found one of his friends in the village to take me. That's service!
Nothing. I had a wonderful experience but, if you're used to 5 star comforts, stay in a resort in Aqaba and come for a day trip!
This is a camp and not a hotel and as long as you understand this you should be in for a treat. The location is superb and the staff go out of their way to make sure you have a memorable stay and get a real taste of the bedouin culture with its unrivaled hospitality and the best experience of Wadi Rum. Very good value for money. Do remember to take a torch!
I went with my friends in mid April. It was the perfect time to visit Wadi Rum. The camp site really was a definitely a plus for our experience. The hosts are very friendly, genuine, and hospitable. They absolutely enjoyed having conversations with us! Definitely a place worth going back to!
The staff was very hospitable and was really courteous. The setting was perfect with a mountain in the backdrop and clean tents and washroom facilities. The food was ok but the staff made our day by being very courteous and inviting.
It could be an off putting experience for people who do not like insects as there are quiet a few in the area at night - but its part and parcel of the stay!
This more a experience Then just staying over for one night! Do ask for the tours that they can offer, it Will not dissapoint you.
people make you feel at home
My third visit with that team. The camp was improved, both location and the facilities. The dinner was excellent as usual. Muhammad our guide is not only very good at his work but is also an extremely pleasant person. The whole experience in Wadi Rum was a pleasure.
The bathroom facility can be improved.
The staff was super welcoming and friendly. Is possible to make a deal for dinner, breakfast, accomodation and 4x4 tour for very good price. Environment, scenery was excellent, you sleep in the middle of the Wadi Rum desert. Eid was our guide and he was a very nice company. Excelent food. Bedouins are the best hosts ever! I highly recommend this bedouin camp for your visit to Wadi Rum, you won´t regret it!
Wadi Rum is simply amazing, and Eid and his crew know how to bring out the best in it. My wife and I spent two days and a night and had two different guides (Ali and Eid), both of whom were a joy to travel with and really helpful (though one had pretty limited English).
Stayed one night in the desert camp and took 4 hour jeep tour the following day. No pressure to take any of the tours and pretty good value by Jordanian standards. The camp is very comfortable and the boys stays with you in the evening for a bit of entertainment and friendly chat around the campfire. Camp food was very good but we did pick up mild food poisoning here unfortunately so stick to the well-cooked stuff. Wadi Rum is remarkable and the Discovery boys do a great job of showing you the place.
The resulting stomach upset was unfortunate but I guess could have happened anywhere. Thought the packed lunch option on the jeep tour was poor value as the tour finished in the village shortly after and we could have bought food from the shop ourselves and had food we wanted for less. There was a lot of waste. We were quoted 75 JD for the jeep tour to cover all participants. There were three of us initially so 25 each. Then two more joined but we were still charged the 25. We think it should have been reduced to 15.