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Stay the night with a Bedouin family in their cave inside Petra and spend two days exploring the ancient city.
Prices quoted in US dollars per person
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- Pick-up from your hotel in Wadi Musa
- Staying with a Bedouin family in the cave
- Dinner and breakfast
- Bringing your luggage back to the hotel
- Use of blankets and mattresses
- permit to stay i the park
- All taxes in Jordan
- Entrance ticket to Petra
- Private expenses
- An items not mentioned above
Staying in a Cave in Petra
We will pick you up from your hotel in Petra and guide you through the main sites of Petra: through the Siq to the Treasury, the Theater and the museum. From there we will walk to the Snake Monument where our family’s cave is. You will spend the night with our family and have a Bedouin dinner.
After breakfast with the family, spend another day exploring Petra, ending up the entrance to Petra.
- We will collect your luggage from your hotel in Wadi Musa and transfer it to our cave.
- You will pay for your tickets and guide, then meet us down in the site where we will take you to our cave.
- The next day we will take you from the cave back to the center of the site where you can explore on your own. At the end of the day we will meet you at the entrance of Petra where we will hand over your luggage. This where our service ends.
Prices are quoted in US dollars per person and are valid until September 2014.
It is customary in Jordan to express satisfaction and gratitude for good service by giving a tip. A tip is much appreciated by guides, drivers, cleaning staff, etc., but tipping is not obligatory and the amount is up to the tipper’s discretion.
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Staying in a cave in Petra is a wonderful opportunity to experience the site of Petra after-hours and the lifestyle of a Bedouin family that still lives in the caves.