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We arrived just in time for sunset and the view was amazing !
People from the camp are really kind and the food we had for dinner was delicious (home made by the men in the camp)
The tents are quite basic but do very...More
My third or fourth time in Al Nawatef camp and it wont be the last.
It is one of my favorite places in Jordan.
Great Camp with wonderful and amazing owner and Staff, they are also very kind and humble. Food was great. I loved...More
This campsite offers a beautiful landscape and excellent food. It was founded and still managed by Ali, who you will want to know! It is also a fine place to meet and exchange with fellow travelers. What else do you need?
"Welcome to Jordan." Al-Nawatef Camp is perched on the edge of Wadi Dana, with spectacular views of the canyon below. With our first (of many) cups of tea, we had arrived in one of the more beautifully rugged parts of Jordan. We chose the Bedouin...More
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The weather is changing quite fast depending the time and where you are even in a valley or down the valley, depending where you are in the country, temperature are very different at dead sea, Dana reserve, North and... More
The weather is changing quite fast depending the time and where you are even in a valley or down the valley, depending where you are in the country, temperature are very different at dead sea, Dana reserve, North and Wadirum.
I experience Dana reserve in january, starting with a coat (very windy), then only pullover, then t-shirt. So normal long pants (better if climbing and walking in rocks, light one to be dry fast if rain) with three layers on top probably the best for winter. Weather changing so fast... Most important good shoes. Wooly hat also for the wind sometimes (even Wadirum).