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Reviewed March 6, 2018 via mobile

Maybe we are a bit spoiled and have seen too much in the world. Of course the dessert is very nice to see, but you will not be alone. Even in this start of the season period, it was very busy with cars driving all to the same places and asking too much money for that pleasure. We sleeped in one of the big camps, just the 2 of us, and 3 american girls. Together we had a great evening, but that was not due to the (bad) organisation. In fact we where in the dessert of Morocco, where the experience is much nicer and better organised for much less money.
But... Wadi Rum is special and can not compared with another dessert and therefor a must see.
Be sure to take your own cold lunch, as they ask 10 Jod for a very small lunch. You are the tourist...and you will bleed for that..(but all in a friendly way).

Thank stan1964
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Reviewed February 26, 2018

the wadi camp was very comfortable and clean, amazing food, amazing people, recommended 100%. The trip we saw a lot of monuments, ride a camel, see the stars at night, the colour of the sand it`s so beautiful, people at camp very polite and friendly. Mohammed Camp was very nice, I loved it.
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Reviewed February 10, 2018

I have made the trip through this desert in Wadi Araba, but why I want to write review now is that when I looked at all the reviews for Wadi Araba, I was so surprised at how many people mix Wadi Araba with Wadi Rum.
They write their review for Wadi Rum to the Wadi Araba section. The reason I do not know maybe they had so hurry through Jordan so they forgot where they were. Or they have so bad geological knowledge that they think Wadi Rum is a part of Wadi Araba.
So people, be aware that many pictures here and even reviews are not about Wadi Araba but Wadi Rum.

Thank Khamlia
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Reviewed February 1, 2018

Winter in the Wadi Rum even a few hours, was brilliant. The size, the silence, the cold hard feel of the clay, the varied rocks and sands. Had a few hours there only - -want to go back and hike and camp! (But not in summer.)

Thank Out_stealing_horses
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Reviewed January 16, 2018

This is a must stop if you are visiting Jordan. The scenery is amazing, there is nothing like it. Mostly red sand and hills of red stoned mountains. Stay in one of the camps and look at the stars overnight or take a hot air balloon ride above the rock formations.

Thank katerina_o
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