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Offering a restaurant, Dana Tower Hotel is located in Ḑānā. Free WiFi access is available in public areas. Extras include a safety deposit box and a fan. We liked how accommodating and helpful all the staff were. They are dedicated in making sure their guests are having a wonderful time at their place. Also, the place has an authentic Bedouin touch that would make you feel like one. There's Bedouin music too every after dinner played by Hasem and Salem (best musicians!). And we did had some cooking lessons with Hasem on our last day.
Located in Dana Village, Dana Moon Hotel offers simply furnished accommodations. It features a 24-hour front desk and a restaurant that offers a 24-hour room service. Rami is an excellent, welcoming host. Close to a variety of hikes. Highly recommend!
Featuring barbecue facilities, a garden as well as a terrace, Dana Castle Hotel فندق قلعة ضانا is located in Dana, 17 miles from Shobak Castle. The staffs were really great, they done their best to make us happy and enjoy the Jordanian life. I will select it in my next visit to Dana
Just 0.6 mi from the Ottoman village of Dana and the start of the Wadi Dana Trail, the camp overlooks Wadi Dana and the Dana Nature Reserve. Loved the breakfast! Local food, fresh, delicious! The rooms are very clean and the view worth every single jod :-D The no electricity factor makes you enjoy it even more! There is gas lamps, candles, made me remember my grandma's old village! Great weekend thanks for the stories, the great food and the tips about the trekking trail
Located in Dana, Dana Guest house offers free WiFi in public areas. It includes a spacious terrace and a restaurant. Free private parking is possible on site. Staff are amazing! Super friendly and helpful. We arrived late, about 10pm, and they were very accommodating, they even fixed up a dinner for us. The reserve is beautiful and the town is charming. If you stay, stay for more than one night! There is so much to see!
Located 5-km away from the village of Dana, Al Nawatef Camp is an eco-friendly camp that offers guests a traditional Bedouin experience. It arranges hiking and walking trips upon request. Fantastic views directly from your tent. Flexible and accommodating hosts who are always there to help you!
Cela Rural Lodge provides air-conditioned rooms in Al Mi‘ţan. Each room at the 2-star hotel has mountain views, and guests can enjoy access to a casino and to a garden.
With mountain views, حديقة واستراحة الوان الحرير التراثية is located in At-Tafilah and has a restaurant and a 24-hour front desk. A patio with garden views is offered in every unit.
Luxury studio apartment is located in H̱aẕeva. This apartment provides barbecue facilities as well as free WiFi. The apartment includes a living room and a bathroom with free toiletries.
Located in Idan, Muchnik Farm- Desert Bar has accommodations with a seating area and flat-screen TV. Free WiFi is available.
It is beautiful, amazing and the perspective keeps changing all the time. Perfect place to escape a little from civilization into nature and the simple life of the locals. You can even do a couple of hikes alone but it is saver to go with a guide and it is good for the kharma, too, to support the local population. The place is not on the main route of any major tourist flow but it is so much worth visiting and taking the adventure to reach Dana!!!
spent there a couple of days, just as break of daily life - it' a perfect location for it. I'm not into hiking, made just 2 hours walk tour in the valley. you can seat there on every stone and be into meditation. very peaceful place. don't forget to visit the handicraft shop - acceptable price and unique art. good place to buy all gifts.
We were just passing through so only stayed for the night, and unfortunately the weather did not cooperate for a sunset, which Dana valley is ideally situated for a stunning sunset. The village is unique, like staying in ancient ruins, the inns are reconstructed from the older buildings. It's small but fascinating to wander through the narrow streets and so many subjects for photographing if that's your thing. The valley is gorgeous, I would have like to have spent a day hiking and exploring, guess one day 2 nights should be minimum. Recommend staying at Dana Hotel, a family cooperative built by USAid (avoid the Dana Tower Hotel as they, a privately owned hotel, use predatory practices to steal guests away from the Dana Hotel, not right, not in the spirit of the community.)
Incredible views, peaceful, wild nature and charming old ruins. Wish we had time to do the hike down the valley... I do not recommend Tower Hotel/Rainbow Restaurant, we had a horrible experience. While the views at Rainbow are very impressive, we were surprised to see an empty buffet upon arrival, even though we had notified them that we are a big group coming. When I asked politely if there was more food coming, the man in charge said: No, of course this is all there is. By the time we got to the buffet, there was hardly anything left, and we had to feed our kids from our own plates (even though they were each charged separately). One person in our group didn't eat at all, but the owner accused us of lying about it and charged us for every person, including a 1.5 year old child. When I expressed my surprise and disappointment, he actually told me not to come back! He was incredibly rude and disrespectful. Upon further complaint, he did refund the one adult who didn't eat, but the whole experience left a very bad taste on an otherwise magical experience at the Dana Reserve. Our own hotel, Dana Hotel, was excellent..wish we had stayed there for dinner too :) Overall great trip, beautiful place...look forward to the opening of the RSCN's amazing new hotel/venue right on the edge of the cliff...and they are slowly restoring the old ruins into rooms and other venues. Once the restorations are complete this is going to be a magical place.
Hiking with Camel as a guide was a highlight of my trip. Hazim from Dana Tower arranged the trip, on very short notice. Camel is an excellent guide, and prepared a wonderful lunch with tea midway in our 7 hour hike in the Dana Biosphere. I would recommend Camel most highly!
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This is literally a campsite. You park a few kilometers away, check in at the park office and either take the shuttle truck or hike down to the campsite. We stayed in one of the standard tents, which was super-spacious for 2 people—it had three beds in it. For the beginning of May, the weather was wonderful. We only used one blanket each (they provide you with 3 and would give you more if needed). Lunch and dinner is at a roofed structure, centrally located to the tents and shared bathrooms. Our lunch was of the very tasty Jordanian standard—tomato salad, hummus, babaghanoush, good olives and a chewy flatbread. Dinner was a variation on that with some additional items (muqqlabeh, a roasted chicken dish), so was perfectly fine. Do bring your mosquito repellant for dinner! The whole place was very clean, the staff welcoming (hey! you are in Jordan, everyone there seems almost too nice), and the trails start pretty much at your tent door. Very pleased with Rummana Campground, we wished we'd stayed more than one night.