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Wadi Rum

wadi rum in July?

I am going to be camping for a night in Wadi Rum in mid-July. Is the heat going to be unbearable? Is this crazy to even attempt this in July? I really can't go another time and didn't want to miss it. thanks!



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answered by
a VirtualTourist member

I've been to Wadi Rum this January and it was pretty hot - approx. 30C, so imagine July... it's beautiful though so if there's no other way, I'd suggest you go. Try also a night in the Dubai desert - it's ten times better!




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Amman

Right now, the daytime temp is around 40°C + but in the night I guess it can go down to 30°C.
It is bearable, moreover it is only one night !
Take care
L




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from State of Western Australia

The nights are wonderful at this time of year, don't miss it!

What will you be doing during the day? And are you with a Bedouin guide ? As already said be a bit careful about camping alone, you have to know where to sleep (not too near to trees because of snakes) and especially make a camp fire!




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Kortrijk

Nights can be rather windy but it won't be too hot.
You'll enjoy sunset end sunrise and If you stay in a genuine bedouin camp, you'll be singing and dancing for e few hours after sunset, so you'll be rather tired and sleep well, I suppose.
And if you can't sleep, admire the millions of stars above you
It'll certainly be a wonderful experience.




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Atlanta

Great, thanks for everyone's thoughts. I'll definitely spend a night there then - since I'm planning this trip last minute I am hiring a guide through Atlas tours to take care of arranging the Jordan leg of my trip (rest of time will be spent in Israel). I think during the day i will just do the jeep tour w/a Bedouin guide, and definitely won't be camping alone - will be staying in one of the camps nearby (not sure which one yet...). I'm generally not a fan of camping but this sounds like a great experience!




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Amman

dont worry ... while it may be hot during the day it will certainly be nice and serene at night if not windy even.... im sure u will enjoy a new experience... and its not only sand it has many nice rock formations to enjoy or to attempt to climb too. have a nice trip





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