Salman Zwaidh Camp
Salman Zwaidh Camp is a small and familiar camp located inside the Protected Area of Wadi Rum. Our camp offers you a simple and diverse experience of the Bedouin lifestyle.
We have shared and private tents (single-double-family-group), as well as place if you would like to come with your own tent. A private toilet and shower are located outside of the tents. Lunch and dinner can be arranged if you want.
Other optional activities can also be included in your stay, such as Jeep tours, desert walks and camel rides.
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Installations & Politiques Camping
- Les transferts depuis ou vers l'aéroport
- Petit déjeuner inclus
- Adapté aux enfants
- Les cartes de crédit ne sont pas acceptées
- Parking gratuit
- TVA inclue
- Serviettes non incluses
Politique d'annulationCette propriété a une politique d'annulation de 1 jours. Si vous n'annulez pas dans cet intervalle de temps, vous devrez payer des frais d'annulation du montant de la première nuit de votre séjour.
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Salman Zwaidh Camp is located inside the Protected Area of Wadi Rum, just a 15min Jeep ride from the Visitor Centre and 30min from the Desert Highway. Once there, we provide free shuttle service to the camp. We will be there upon your arrival. Your contact will be Sussu, the Camp Manager. If you get to the Visitor Centre before planned, you can get in touch with her through the phone number (+962)799603157. Do not worry, we will reach you there, and we assure you the validity of all the information stated above concerning the details of our camp.
From Aqaba: public minibuses leave everyday from Aqaba (near the Police Station) to Wadi Rum (Visitor Centre). Bus tickets cost 3JD one way. Their main purpose, though, is to shuttle teachers from Aqaba to the school in Rum village and to serve the locals, which results in a changeable schedule. Depending on the amount of people leaving Wadi Rum early in the morning, there is an 11am bus going back from Aqaba. Asking the drivers at the bus station in Aqaba earlier in your day of departure can help you, especially if you plan on coming on Friday.
Other than that, two buses leave at 1pm and 3pm - or when they are full. The 1pm bus is usually crowded - you should arrive near midday to get a seat. If it is full before that time, it leaves. The 3pm bus is often half empty.
If you would like to get a bus in a different time than the ones available, you have the option of getting any bus heading the north and asking the bus driver to stop for you at the village of Rashdiya (or the 'Rum Intersection'), in the Desert Highway. From there, you can usually get an extra ride (5-7JD) that will take you to Wadi Rum. You should ask then for the Visitor Centre. In that case, keep in mind that buses are far fewer in the afternoon, rarer in the end of the afternoon and not existent in the evening.
From Petra: There is a special tourist bus leaving from Wadi Musa bus station everyday at 6am. They should drop you at the Wadi Rum Visitor Centre. Notice: that is not the final destination of the bus (Rum village), so you should make sure you stop at the right place. The ticket cost is 5JD one way, but you might be charged a little more by the driver if 1) there aren't enough passengers in the bus or 2) you have a large backpack (normally 1JD, never more than 3JD) - you should ask the driver, not somebody else, in case you have any doubts. You'll have to make a place reservation the day before, by asking your hotel to arrange it for you or by calling directly the bus driver at: 079 5235257.
From Amman: Public transport is only offered from Aqaba and Petra. If you want to leave from Amman, one option is to get a bus heading south, and ask the bus driver to stop for you at the village of Rashdiya (or the 'Rum Intersection'), in the Desert Highway. From there, you can usually get an extra ride (5-7JD) that will take you to Wadi Rum. You should ask then for the Visitor Centre. In that case, keep in mind that buses are far fewer in the afternoon, rarer in the end of the afternoon and not existent in the evening.
The other option is to rent a car or a tailor made tour offered by several tour companies.
Coming from any direction, you should reach the Desert Highway and get the Rum intersection, at the village of Rashdiya. About 20min from there you'll reach the Visitor Centre.
There is no regular taxi run to and from Wadi Rum, but you can arrange them from Aqaba, Petra and Amman. You should ask them for the Visitor Center, from where we will pick you up.