We knew what we were getting into, a Bedouin experience lite.
When we pulled up, it seemed to live up to the expectation . There were tents and and small stone chalets for those who wanted plumbing and AC. The grounds were beautiful with a hill trail to climb and view the Wadi. Then came meal time. I was expecting a nice buffet, perhaps some Bedouin music and a communal type dinner. What we got was high school cafeteria food, with staff in jeans and tennis shirts. Even water was extra. Breakfast the next day basically the same. If I were to do it again I'd go to a hotel, they have nice views too.More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included