I booked through booking.com and reserved my tent for £42 for everything. I went here and the guys tried charging £50 per person. Luckily I had two jordanian friends with me. We asked for food and to our astonishment we paid £60 for 4 chickens. The chickens were boiled and put on the grill buried in the sand as to... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situtated in the Wadi Rum Desert, a UNESCO World Heritage site, this camp provides guests with a traditional Bedouin experience. Its tents offer panoramic views of the desert’s mountains.The tents at Wadi Rum Sands Camp have a window and wooden beds with colourful duvets. Bathrooms and showers are shared.Traditional Bedouin dishes, which are cooked in the ground, are served daily. After dinner, guests can listen to Bedouin stories and traditional music by the campfire.Camel rides and horse riding can be arranged by the staff at Sands Camp. Hiking trips, mountain climbing, and jeep tours are also available. Transfers from Aqaba or Petra are provided. ... more less
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