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Most hikes last about 2-3 hours both way.
Once you have seen Petra consider exploring Little Petra and the bordering deserts Wadi Rum and Wadi Araba. You can hire a local Bedouin guide for single or multiple day treks by foot, 4WD, horse or camel. Sleeping under the stars in a Bedouin camp and cooking a meal Bedouin style is a special experience.
Ancient coin, mister?
The Bedouin tradesmen around the area will display artificial “ancient” Roman or Nabatean coins which are rather large in size. If pressed further, they will generally have a hidden stash of small, authentic coins from various periods. However buying these coins encourages the illegal looting of archaeological sites. To supply you with a souvenir the local inhabitants destroy graves, tombs and buildings in searches for coins and other antiquities. The Antiquities Law of 1988 states that individuals who engage in illicit excavations and/or trading in antiquities are criminals.
Throughout Petra, vendors will offer bottles of decorative sand art. While they may appear similar to other such souvenirs found in other Jordanian locations, these are unique in that the sand used to create the art is naturally colored sand scraped from the rock walls of various Petra canyons and not artificially colored. The most common design displays a camel’s silhouette against a desert background. Some artists can write a name inside the sand bottle in a surprisingly short amount of time. Prices vary from 1,50-12 JD/bottle, depending on size, artwork and negociation. Small bottles are sold for no less than 1,50 JD, medium sized bottles for no less than 4 JD, big bottles for no less than 8 JD.
There is a quite cheap supermarket between Cleopatra Hotel and Seven Wonders Hotel. All items are scanned, so there is not a tourist and a local price. Although closes quite early, around 4-5pm.
Just under the bus station is a big building, with fruits and vegetables. Fair prices.
There is only one restaurant in all Petra at the far end of the Roman Highway, which does a roaring trade despite steep pricing. It also has the valley’s monopoly on beer.
For just snacks and hot & cold drinks however, there are a number of small stores and vendors scattered throughout Petra.
Shade is sparse in Petra, and on a hot summer day you can expect to go through at least 4 liters of water (and more if you can afford to carry it). The need for water in the winter months is much less. 1.5 liter bottles cost 1-1.50 JD.
In Wadi Musa, there are many more eating options.
Of particular note, is Al-Wadi Restaurant on Shaheed roundabout/Circle in the center of town. Reasonably priced, and the servers are extremely friendly. Also great food that you will be unlikely to finish. Expect to pay JD2-JD4 for a main dish. Wrangler Bar , ( at Petra Palace Hotel ). cosy bar with alcoholic drinks and oldies but goodies music JD 4 for beer and wine . edit Si Wan restaurant has some good local food with fair prices. Also, there’s a good and cheap bakery near it. Mountain Pub (at Hidab Hotel). Traditional wood bar with alcoholic beverages, hot and cold drinks, and snacks.
Nabataean Tours , ? +962776882309 , . Bedouin camp managed by Nawwaf Hwatats, born and raised in a cave in Petra. It is a very good way of getting to know the real Bedouin lifestyle. Guides tours by 4WD, camel, horse or foot to Little Petra, Wadi Rum and Wadi Araba. . edit Petra Gate Hotel , ? +962 (03)215 6908 ( [email protected] ). Warm, welcoming, and friendly atmosphere; the rooms all with bath and toilet , offers free transportation to the site; free luggage storage; international telephone call service; laundry; wireless internet services; satellite TV; movies; tickets to Petra by Night; and a big buffet-style restaurant. English speaking, super friendly and helpful staff is there to answer all your questions, and they can organise trips to Wadi Rum and to the kings highway and Dead Sea and they will help you during your stay. Clean and quite cheap, breakfast included. It can be organized with a tripe to Wadi Rum including jeep tour camping sleep and they can pick you up from Amman airport or Aqaba Border for cheaper price , the manager seems to know all the information a bout Jordan and what ever you need ,double room 22 JD , single room 18 JD Petra Gate Hotel is a great value. 11 JD per person . edit.
Valentine Inn , Wadi Mousa, Jabal Alzohour Str, Jordan. ( At the main roundabout, head up the (steep) hill about 200mt, entrance on the right. ), ? + 962 (03)215 6423 , . checkin: anytime ; checkout: 11am . [note the hotel location indicated by Google maps is incorrect) The place where every taxi driver will attempt to take you, the Valentine Inn has become very popular with budget travelers and backpackers. They offer a generous and tasty breakfast and dinner buffet (2.5 and 5JD, Dec 2014), clean and cool dorm rooms, and sociable dining area with great views of the town. Depending on which staff or owners, you can easily have help with directions or get tea. Like all places they can arrange everything, and offer a free minibus to the park entrance at 7 & 8am and returning at 4 & 5pm. The dorms may be cramped, but there is free Wi-Fi and pickup from the bus stand. Laundry is available at 2.5jd Dorm 5.5JD or 12.5JD including breakfast and buffet dinner (Dec 2014); Single 15JD, feb 2011; double 18JD; Triple 20JD . edit Peace Way Hotel , ( [email protected] , fax : +962 3 2156963 ). free wifi in the lobby, free transport to Petra in the morning (1-way only) 18JD/night, single room including breakfast, feb 2011 . edit Amra Palace Hotel , P.O.Box 124 Wadi Mousa 71810 – Petra – Jordan , ? +962 3 2157070 ( [email protected] , fax : +962 3 2157071 ), . wifi in lobby and bedroom (7jd for 1 day but often special unlimited offer mix with other things). Located just next to the Petra Gate Hotel – offers a nice terrace with good standing, a swimming pool and clean rooms 24JD/night, single room including breakfast, feb 2011 . edit Moon Valley Hotel . Rooms for 22JD/night (April 2011). 20JD for additional nights. Room was decent for the price but not the cleanest. Air conditioning, Satellite TV, and hot water. Included in the price is a minimal breakfast. WiFi for 2JD/day. Staff was very nice and helpful. Walking distance to Petra’s entrace, although it may take 10 minutes or so. It’s near a bunch of cheap supermarkets, SiWan restaurant (great local food, fair prices, not the cheapest), and near a good and cheap bakery. edit Sharah Mountains Hotel ( [email protected] ), Wadi Mousa ( 500 meters from the bus station ), ? 00962779421440 , . checkin: 12:00 ; checkout: 12:00 . Sharah Mountains Hotel is located in Petra (Wadi Mousa), One minute walk from Al-Shaheed roundabout. Offers free transportation to & from the gate of Petra at any time you want, deposit safe, reservation for other hotels in Jordan , Organizing transportation to any place in Jordan with very competitive prices. 20 JOD per room per night . edit Qaser Al-Bint Hotel ( [email protected] ), City Center ( five minutes to The bus station ), ? 00962776434952 , . checkin: 12:00 ; checkout: 12:00 . Offers clean and comfortable rooms with air condition and private paths. 18 JOD per room . edit Bedouin Discovery Home . About 20 JD per night. Located in the back entrance to Petra, this homestay (private room and shower, can accommodate multiple people) is ideal for those who want to experience Petra off-the-beaten track. Bedouin Discovery Home is the name of the flat and travel agency owned by a B’doul bedouin, part of the tribe that previously lived in Petra until the government relocated them to the town of Umm Sayhoun. Staying here gives you the chance to see how the bedouin live today. Also offers home-cooked traditional Jordanian foods. Ideal for solo female travelers seeking safety and for hikers who want to be away from other tourists and explore alternative paths. About 2JD – 4JD taxi ride from Wadi Musa. 20 JOD . edit.
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