Stay in traditional black and white Bedouin tents, made with goat hair. All of our tents are clean, comfortable and have everything you need to enjoy your time here.
We have five private tents with one large double bed and in-tent amenities (a hot shower, a toilet, and a vanity) and ten standard tents that offer twin, double, or triple bed accommodation (no bathroom inside the tent). Our modern and clean shared bathroom facility offers six hot showers and dressing area and the vanity area with four sinks and toilets.
Private tent with a bathroom: 50 JOD per person (breakfast and dinner included)
Standard tent (bathroom outside): 35 JOD per person (breakfast and dinner included)
Our common sitting and lounging area is where a lot of the magic (and conversations) happens. Here we have a covered section where we serve our meals and the outside sitting area with a communal fire where we drink tea and observe the starry skies at night.
Breakfast. Our breakfast spread includes servings of hummus, labanah, olive oil and za’atar (a staple of Jordanian cooking), omelettes, and fresh vegetables.
Lunch. For lunch, we usually prepare a Bedouin meal called Gallayeh Bandora, a stew of tomatoes, spices, and garlic served with fresh bread, salad, and tea.
Dinner. Our dinners are served buffet-style and provide a variety of options. We usually serve the traditional Bedouin BBQ cooked underground called zerb, accompanied by an array of salads like Fattoush or Mutabbal, fresh Bedouin bread, and fresh seasonal fruits (water included).
As the sun is abundant in the desert, we use solar panels to power up our camp.
We support the local women’s cooperative in the nearby Disah village (the Disi Women Cooperative) by purchasing their handmade decorative pieces for our camp.
During your stay here, we provide you with refillable metal water bottles to decrease the amount of plastic that is used in the desert.