This camp is considered one of the top 5 places in Jordan, they provide excellent service and the employees were very friendly and helpful. I was recommended this place by one of my fellow Jordanian friends here in the US and I’m so happy I took his advice
We stayed in the camp for 2 nights. We had a very pleasant stay. The tours, we booked, were extremely nice and the staff very helpful. The "tents" were spacey and clean. The food was also very good. After dinner there is always a kind of "get together" at the fireplace with loud music and dancing. This is not our kind of stuff - but there were a lot of people who liked it. As the camp is not located deeply in the desert you can reach it with any kind of car without problems. We would definetely come back again.
We stayed at Al Zawaideh Camps as part of my G Adventures tour through Jordan. It is a very rustic camp with comfortable bedding and basic rooms with a nice outdoor eating and relaxing area. The breakfast is utterly dismal but the dinner cooked on an underground oven was really nice. Soft drinks are very expensive so bring your own. The highlight was sitting out by the fire at night watching the stars, a very special and peaceful experience.
I have noticed the odd person warning against staying at camps that are barely a few meters outside of the so-called "Protected Area of Wadi Rum", claiming they don't bring guests to the regular tourist attractions of the area. This is nonsense. Wadi Rum is FAR GREATER than the "Protected Area", which is simply the designation of the area that the Government has designed and provided their protection of. The Zawaidehs have lived in the Wadi Rum for generations and have their camps in the crosshairs between the "protected tourist area" and the pristine wilderness of the vast Wadi Rum desert. In particular, I can recommend Hassan Zawaideh Camp. Accessible by car, they take you absolutely everywhere in Wadi Rum and beyond, and have lived in the area for many generations!
After a trip across Jordan we booked one night at the camp, really nice place to enjoy the deser experience with some wonderful surroundings. The Martian tents were not available so we got the notamal tents which were nice too but we were unlucky as it was too cloudy to watch the starts at night. We did the camel tour which was very fun and Hassan was very kind and welcoming he made the experience enjoyable and warm! The dinner and breakfast were not too varied but ok if you’re not a foodie person! Overall good experience and a warm welcome