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This was our first time having this kind of experience and it was wonderful. We booked one overnight with a 4 WD tour. It was an amazing experience. The tour was excellent (thank you Yousef), the food was delicious (thank you Abdul), the service was...More
For anybody visiting Wadi Rum, booking an night with Rum Stars is a definite must. I booked 2 days and one night with Rum Stars, and it was definitely the highlight of my trip to Jordan. The camp grounds were really nice, and the tents...More
My husband and I did the one-day one-night camel tour. Everything was completely reputable, safe, and fun. I grew up around livestock and always make sure with animal tours that the animals are treated appropriately. The Rum Stars camels were in good health. Twice our...More
Wadi Rum was definitely the highlight of my Jordan trip. We did 2 days and 2 nights at Rum Stars camp, plus a camel ride back to the village on the final morning. The first day was a larger group tour, which was fun, and...More
We stayed a night in Star Camp's beautiful camp site. We really enjoyed the scenery, extremely friendly & accommodating staff and good food. After a night in a tent with our family of 5 we did a camel tour through the dessert and felt like...More
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My husband and I are about to embark on a trip to Jordan including an overnight and desert tour of Wadi Rum The travel group I am working with arranged a 5-hour jeep ride. I would, however, love the opportunity to do a camel ride. From your experience at this camp, do you know if the hosts offer any flexibility in mode of transportation, i.e. part jeep and part camel ride? I worry that I will not be able to handle the camel ride and hate to commit one way or the other.
20 September 2016|
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Response from Talha G | Reviewed this property |
I guess that they will help you with the way you like it. They are really nice and helpful. I did camel ride back in Morocco and it hurts afterwards. 1-2h is enough I believe