Azraq Lodge

A converted 1940’s British military field hospital, located at the edge of the Eastern Desert, only a short distance from the Azraq and Shaumari nature reserves. It has an authentic period atmosphere, combined with a modern twist, and provides comfortable and characterful accommodation from which to explore the Eastern Desert.
There are 16 fully equipped 1940's style rooms, air conditioned with private bathrooms and terraces, overlooking Azraq Village and sand flats of the Azraq Basin. The rooms can accommodate up to 40 people at full capacity. All the staff members are from local Bedouin, Chechen, and Druze communities and the kitchen and restaurant are under the management of a local family, who provide home-cooked Chechen food. The Lodge is open all year.
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  • Jordan
  • Azraq
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Suitable for Events
Suitable for Events
Air Conditioning
House Rules
By minimizing your impact on wildlife, you will help us to protect and preserve the sanctity of these reserves for future generations.
Please remember:
Stay on trail with the guide and do not wander alone in the reserve unless you are in a free access area
Protect all nature: no hunting or collecting of plants, animals, rocks, artifacts or fire wood; leave things as they are where you find them
Do not approach, threaten, or feed wildlife
Do not damage trees
Do not add graffiti on any surface within the reserve
Water is a scarce resource in Jordan, please conserve and keep water sources clean
Fire making is strictly prohibited in all reserves, except in designated barbecue pits
Respect nature: keep noise to minimum, be kind to living creatures.
Keep the area clean and take your litter away
Stick to designated roads while driving. Off-road motoring is both risky and damaging to the environment
Leave your vehicles outside the reserve
Smoking is allowed in smoking areas only
We discourage drinking alcohol in the reserves for cultural reasons and thank you for your understanding
Pets are not allowed inside the reserve under any circumstances
Wear comfortable clothing and make sure to have warm clothes for the night and early morning. Bring your caps and hats to protect you from the sun while walking and make sure to wear comfortable walking shoes. You may want to bring an extra outfit to change into after the hike.
Sunscreen is also important to protect your skin from too much sun exposure throughout your hike.
Always remember to bring drinking water and light food for snacking during the hike. Please make sure to bring 2 bottles or more of water per person, depending on the hike.
A first-aid kit is always a good thing to bring along on any hike. The guide will have one, but you may want to consider bringing along your own just to be safe.
The reserve is not responsible for the loss of any belongings, so you may want to avoid wearing any jewelry or expensive watches.
Use the following checklist to help you remember some of the essentials that you may want to consider bringing along on your next visit to the reserve:
Extra clothing
Hat or cap
Water bottle
First-aid kit
Identification guides for wildlife
Passport or personal ID (for check-in)


Place ID: 62
All prices include Gweet's service fees
USD 46/JOD 33 Daily
USD 323/JOD 229 Weekly
USD 1386/JOD 983 Monthly
USD 16632/JOD 11792 Yearly
Manage by Wild Jordan