Wadi Rum Zeltcamps

Wadi Rum, Wadi Rum, Jordan | 1 star hotel
 

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I'm in love

A travel blog entry by poon

... of Jordan. And did I forget to mention that I'm in love?

We only had the privilege of staying 2 nights, but I knew after the first night that I wanted to stay a week. Yes, the bathrooms were, shall we say, lacking in more ways than one? And yes, everything was covered in sand/dust by the time we left. But who cares when the gentle, ...

Wadi Rum

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds

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... around in the back and managed not to hit any trees big enough to do damage.

From here we stopped at 'Lawrence’s house’ - which again, probably isn’t. This is a Nabatean ruin; they’re the people who built Petra, about which more in the next post. From here, a walk through a slot canyon, a visit to a rock arch, which some of us managed to cross and others did not – I will not name names – and then to ...

2 Days in the Desert

A travel blog entry by tuckerman4

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... found a station and a nice man filled up our tank.

We drove into the Wadi Rum desert, a vast expanse of red sand, dunes, and sandstone mountains rising up 800 meters from the desert floor. The plan was to camp out under the stars with the Bedouins who called the desert home, ride camels, and explore the vast emptiness and majestic vistas.

First up was getting some camel riding done. We met our camels and guide, ...

Bedouins and angry camels..

A travel blog entry by muzbec

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... each other like they’re part of a football team. We make a quick stop in the town at the feet of the team and pick up some supplies for lunch, hommus, bread, pickles.. that sort of thing. By now we’ve changed vehicles and are ready for the desert landscape in one of three 1980’s era Landcruisers. They’ve endless kilometers and are this solid mass of metal panels, built tough and still going strong. Our Jordanian driver is a sight for sore eyes with ...

Wadi Rum / Runny Bum

A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup

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... in Wadi Rum, however, are those carved by nature - the natural rock bridges, towering rose-coloured sand dunes and scattered rocky peaks. Sleep in a simple desert camp where you'll have the choice of sleeping under a camel hair tent (note from Heidi: if by 'camel hair' they meant 'tarp', then yes, that's what they were) out under the stars. Beds and blankets are provided. Please be aware that while the desert ...

Location

This 1 star hotel, located on Wadi Rum, Wadi Rum, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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