What To Bring ?

What To Bring ?

 

We will take care of everything that you will need in the desert, but you may want to bring a few of personal items along for additional comfort  ...
WHAT TO BRING
-You dont need to bring a sleeping bag , we have plenty of blankets ..  but if you  prefer to sleep in your own  sleeping bag, you are welcome with it...
-You will need something for your head and plenty of sun screen. 
-Bring a small bag or rucksack for anything you might need during the day 
– Cameral 
- You should bring what you prefer , you favorite juice or snacks 
-Flexible shoes for scrambling
-Headlamp/torch
-Sun screen
-Small bag to carry your personal belongings
-Head lamp  or lighter
-Jacket for winter months
- Towel 
- Hat
- Wash kit (soap, toothbrush, toothpaste etc)
 
Here are also some tips of what to bring with you ?
 
-If you visit us in winter time, make sure you have enough warm clothing. The coldest months are December, January and February. In November and March some nights can get rather cold. It's especially important to keep the hands, feet and head warm.
 
-It is a good idea to bring a flash light/torch, you might need it.
 
-Charge your batteries for phones, cameras and other devices before arriving in Wadi Rum or bring an extra battery with you since there is no electricity in the camp.
 
-There is no ATM in Wadi Rum. Make sure you have enough money before heading to Wadi Rum. (Note. that we only accept cash).
 
-Remember there are no shops around where we are, so make sure you buy everything beforehand (cigarettes, snacks/drinks etc.). Drinking water from the camp 0,50 JD / bottle of 1,5 l . You can also ask your guide to stop in one of the shops of Wadi Rum village before heading to desert.
 
-Sleeping equipment: We supply mattresses, blankets and pillows. In cold weather we have comforters which keep you nice and warm. There is no real need for you to bring sleeping bags, but some people prefer to use their own. This is up to you. In the winter, we move the fire and supper inside one of the tents and snuggle up with blankets for after supper talk. You should not be cold at night, but in the evenings in the winter you do need sweater and/or jacket.
 
We will take care of everything that you will need in the desert, but you may want to bring a few of personal items along for additional comfort  ...
WHAT TO BRING
-You dont need to bring a sleeping bag , we have plenty of blankets ..  but if you  prefer to sleep in your own  sleeping bag, you are welcome with it...
-You will need something for your head and plenty of sun screen. 
-Bring a small bag or rucksack for anything you might need during the day 
– Cameral 
- You should bring what you prefer , you favorite juice or snacks 
-Flexible shoes for scrambling
-Headlamp/torch
-Sun screen
-Small bag to carry your personal belongings
-Head lamp  or lighter
-Jacket for winter months
- Towel 
- Hat
- Wash kit (soap, toothbrush, toothpaste etc)
 
Here are also some tips of what to bring with you ?
 
-If you visit us in winter time, make sure you have enough warm clothing. The coldest months are December, January and February. In November and March some nights can get rather cold. It's especially important to keep the hands, feet and head warm.
 
-It is a good idea to bring a flash light/torch, you might need it.
 
-Charge your batteries for phones, cameras and other devices before arriving in Wadi Rum or bring an extra battery with you since there is no electricity in the camp.
 
-There is no ATM in Wadi Rum. Make sure you have enough money before heading to Wadi Rum. (Note. that we only accept cash).
 
-Remember there are no shops around where we are, so make sure you buy everything beforehand (cigarettes, snacks/drinks etc.). Drinking water from the camp 0,50 JD / bottle of 1,5 l . You can also ask your guide to stop in one of the shops of Wadi Rum village before heading to desert.
 
-Sleeping equipment: We supply mattresses, blankets and pillows. In cold weather we have comforters which keep you nice and warm. There is no real need for you to bring sleeping bags, but some people prefer to use their own. This is up to you. In the winter, we move the fire and supper inside one of the tents and snuggle up with blankets for after supper talk. You should not be cold at night, but in the evenings in the winter you do need sweater and/or jacket.