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The camp

Our camp is situated inside Wadi Rum’s Protected Area, only 6 km from the Wadi Rum Village and surrounded by magnificent sandstone formations. This is the land where Lawrence Arabia once fought with Bedouins, against the Ottoman Empire. You can walk around and let your imagination run free, or simply find yourselves the perfect panorama view.

The tents

Our high quality, goat-hair tents provide you with a comfortable night in our desert. The tents are raised and private and can accommodate many different sized groups. Each tent is equipped with its own indoor light so you can move around easily at all times of day.

The bathroom

Our bathroom are shared, with three toilets and three showers. The showers are equipped with solar hot water around the clock allowing you to freshen up after a long day. Our camp uses environmentally friendly solar panels for electricity in order to minimize our impact on the environment.

The restaurant

Each evening, our guests gather in our big community tent. We serve tea after our guests settle down at our camp after a day of exploration by jeep or camel, or by hiking, scrambling or rock climbing. This tent has a fireplace and offers a 360° view of the desert. The view of the sunset from this tent is fantastic and tourists often watch the sun go down over conversation and some tasty Bedouin tea.

The food

After the sun goes down, we serve a traditional Bedouin meal. Our meals typically involve a selection of meats, vegetables, rice, salads, mineral water, and tea. We serve our local traditional dishes for dinner, for examples: Kabsa – rice dish with chicken or lamb usually cook for wedding party; or Mansaf – national dish also for wedding parties; or Zarb – chicken and vegetables cooked in the ground by traditional Bedouin technique. In addition, vegetables, mezze (humus, mutabel) and different kind of salad will be served. Our meals offer a variety of different foods ensuring that there is something for everyone including those who are