At a Glance
- The best camp in Wadi Rum
- Al fresco style desert dining
- Al tents are en-suite with hot showers
- Set in a wonderful remote corner of Wadi Rum
- Lovely touches such as day beds for an afternoon read
Let’s start with the tents. Each has been tastefully designed with bedouin influences and have hard-floors, king or twin beds with the finest linen and en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower, copper basin and toilet. This is complemented by luxury toiletries from the Dead Sea. There is are also two comfortable bamboo chairs and a hanging closet. For those cold nights, there is a heater to keep the tent nice and toasty. At the front of the tent is a glorious private deck with incredible views out towards the desert.
Dining is incredibly flexible, and you can opt to dine in the goat-hair bedouin tent, or al fresco under the stars. As the sun sets, the camp is adorned with candles and lanterns, adding to the authentic camp atmosphere. Breakfast is served on a sandstone hill overlooking the Wadi Rum panorama.
The sofa area at the front of the camp is the perfect spot for a desert sundowner, and there are two day beds where you can sit back and watch the night sky above you.
Millis Potter Insight
Many of the camps in Wadi Rum have 40 or more tents, and often next to other large camps. Bespoke Hideaways ensures you have a far more private and exclusive experience. It is what a desert camp in Wadi Rum should be.