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Accommodation In A Tent In The Desert for 7 nights for 2 with Free Breakfast in Wadi Rum, Jordan £13 @ Booking.com

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Jordan - accommodation in a tent in the desert for 7 nights with FREE breakfast for 2 adults for £9.35

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Desert Nights Camp &JeepTours features mountain views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Wadi Rum, 19.9 miles from Maḩaţţat Dīsah.

There is a seating and a dining area in all units.

The bed and breakfast offers a buffet or Asian breakfast.

Desert Nights Camp &JeepTours offers a barbecue.

A car rental service is available at the accommodation.

The nearest airport is King Hussein International Airport, 46 miles from Desert Nights Camp & Jeep Tours.

Distance in property description is calculated using © OpenStreetMap

Top Attractions

  • Al Khazneh The Treasury - 52 mi
  • High Place of Sacrifice - 52 mi
  • Qasr el Bint - 53 mi

What's Nearby

  • Jebel Umm al-Ishrin - 1.9 mi
  • Jabal Al-Qattar - 5 mi
  • Moath Kassasbeh - 24 mi

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    We have been to Wadi Rum few times and it’s a place like nowhere else- the natural beauty is just outstanding. They filmed Martian, Star Wars etc in these location and just so much to see.
    Stayed in tent locations and it’s ok for few days not sure about 7 days though.. but a must visit place and country on earth
    I agree. We’ve just come back and 2 nights was enough.
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    Coming up as £7 for me
    This doesn’t include the transfer there into the desert and the evening meals. They will charge you for this also. Soo it’s not as cheap as you might think…just warning you
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    Hopefully you don't get flooded.
    It would be pretty bad luck to be flooded out in one of the driest countries in the world. This is tempting but I think I’m getting too old for camping.
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    7 Nights in Jordan

    That'll be her next business move.
    Where 7 people with the surname Night ......
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    Stayed in a tent for two nights. It was more than enough. Doing activities was around £50 (during 2019).

    No Wi-Fi. Shared bathrooms with hundreds of others.

    You can pay for more premium tents. Maybe would have done this if I went with a partner but with just a bunch of guys we went for the cheap one but still had a good time in them!
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    Great price, question is what you'll do for 7 nights in the desert. And more important, how much will cost meals for the rest of the day, clearly you'll not have access to the corner shop. Transfer to reach the destination may be cheap, the transfer back, may be a different story😃. Hot! (edited)
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    Do they have wifi
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    I shudder at the thought of spending any time in Jordan, I'm sure she feels the same aboutt me though.
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    It's like a fully immersive 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' experience
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    Pooping in a bucket isn't my idea of a holiday.
    They usually have fully functioning bathrooms and toilets in Wadi Rum camps
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    Do you know if you can book over the phone, I get anxious and nervous using a computer, I'm worried I might get two tents booking online
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    The place is flooded at the moment, it’s all over the news
    Really. Came back from there Christmas Day.
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    Free wi-fi =)
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    Sure it's cheap but paying to sleep in a tent with shared bathroom is my idea of hell, wouldn't do it if it was free
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    7 nights is a bit long to be in Wadi Rum

    I'd recommend going to Sun City camp instead.

    No matter where you stay in Wadi Rum, the drinks will be very expensive so bring your own. (edited)
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    Water £20 a bottle on top?