Overnight Stay in our Traditional Bedouin Cave.
Have a once in a lifetime experience, sleeping like a true Bedouin under the stars in the middle of the desert.
Welcome to our Cave!
It is nestled in the heart of the Wadi Rum desert, far from the hustle and bustle of city life and free from any light or sound pollution, creating the perfect setting to escape and unwind, close to our Camp.
Experience the authentic Bedouin lifestyle with our Bedouin cave accommodation. You’ll be transported back in time, to a period when Bedouins would use desert caves as a resting place during their travels.
Bivouac Camping offers a return to simplicity, where modern amenities such as bathrooms and electricity are not available. However, sleeping in our Bedouin Cave is more comfortable than you may initially think. We provide all necessary equipment such as mattresses, pillows, and warm blankets to ensure you have a safe and peaceful sleep under the starry night sky. In case of any emergency, our camp is located nearby to provide assistance.
During your stay, you’ll be treated to a delightful dining experience. We’ll light a warm fire and offer traditional Bedouin tea, followed by a delicious dinner prepared by our skilled chefs. The following morning, you’ll be awakened by the sun, and we’ll prepare a satisfying breakfast to start your day.
Finally, one of the highlights of the desert is the starry night sky. Our cave offers one of the most spectacular views of the Milky Way, with countless stars and nebulae right above your head. If you’re lucky, you might even see a shooting star and make a wish!
Sleeping in our Bedouin Cave under the stars will be a lifetime experience to tell.
Important: You can add this unique experience to your tour by clicking the “extra” menu when you make your booking and adding the “Traditional Overnight Stay (per person)” option. Please add one “Overnight Stay” per person attending the tour. During the checkout process, you will be able to choose your preferred accommodation option between “Traditional Bedouin Cave” and “Traditional Bedouin Camp”.