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This land is our home: you can come any time.

We are open all year round 24 hours a day.

 We are a TRADITIONAL Bedouin camp so you’ll have comfortable beds, very clean toilets, delicious homemade food, amazing landscape and experiences, the legendary Bedouin hospitality,  but no luxury or facilities such as king size beds, air conditioning or hairdryer.


Homemade traditional food

The women of the Ammarin Tribe are willing to make you taste traditional Bedouin food. 
You will enjoy meals according to a set menu including a main course - such as  Mansaf, Maqlouba, Kabsa, Zarb- and side dishes. We alsways have some vegetables and in winter time we have hot dishes such as  lentil soup.
Please specify when booking  if you are vegetarian or have allergies. If you are gluten free, please bring your own  wraps/bread and we will use these for you.
Bedouin tea is included and complementary. Mineral water is served for free with all meals; if you need some more, bottles of water are sold for 1 JD.
Melas times are set: please don't ask us for any change as we don't have a restaurant on site: we bring food from our Bedouin village. 

You can enjoy a traditional meal  at the camp even if you don't sleep here. Just book it in advance. 
We provide  transportation service from/to Wadi Musa-Petra to anyone unprovided with their own vehicle (see shuttle service info).

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Lunch box

We can prepare lunch boxes upon request by ordering 1 day before! If you are gluten free, please bring your own  wraps/bread, and we will use these for you. Each lunch box contains: Bread, Boiled egg, Tuna, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, 1 Fruit, 1 Snack, 1 Juice, small bottle of mineral water.

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Toilets & Showers

Four units of toilets and showers with running hot water are housed in a Bedouin tent.

HOT WATER is available thanks to our solar thermal system! 
We have a few towels available upon request for 1 JD each

Common tent

Common area

A traditional Beit Shar Tent is used as a dining and entertainment common area.
In winter it is  heated by fires.

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Shuttle service

If you do not have a rented car we can pick you up and drop you back into Petra's Visitor Centre (10 JD) or Wadi Mousa  (13 JD). It is only a 20 minute drive from the camp.

Prices are per vehicle (up to 4 people) and per trip (one way).

If you need to be picked up from any other location in Jordan, just let us know when booking.


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Free private parking is available on site. Reservation is not needed. A 4x4 is preferable but not necessary
You are kindly requested to park soon after the gate (no farther than 90 m from the tents) and
 reach your tent on foot as we are in an archeological protected area and
 thus no cars are allowed on the campground. In case you forget anything in the car, you can always have a SHORT walk to the parking and get what you need.

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Electricity is always available. You may charge electronic devices in your tent or in the big common tent

Internet access is not available, TELEPHONE net and WIFI are  NOT available. What better chance to connect to the silence within you?

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Reserve rules

Kindly note that in Beidha’s natural -archeological reserve all the rules of Petra Archeological Park apply.

Whether you are sleeping in our traditional tents or you have pitched your own tent  or you have just stopped by for a meal or a walk, we recommend you to act in accordance with all the rules, such as the ones about cleanliness, campfires and firearms usage.
Please report any violation or emergency in order to immediately deal with it and remember:

  • No cars are allowed on the camp ground

  • Get permission before entering the camp

  • Leave no litter

  • Protect nature

  • Do not light campfires without prior permission and never leave fires unattended


Cultural tips 

Jordan is an Islamic country. Although comparatively liberal, many of the women are veiled. Visitors, especially women, are advised to dress modestly (no revealing outfit): long sleeve t-shirts and long pants are a must even if you are a yogi..
This not only shows respect for the culture, but also will help you be accepted. Do not take photographs without asking permission first.
Alcohol is not served nor appreciated

Respect the culture and traditions and you will be rewarded with warmth and hospitality.

For reservations and additional information please  send us an email to

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