Set in the Wadi Rum valley of southern Jordan made famous by Lawrence of Arabia, this Bedouin-inspired camp is about as cushy an experience you could dream to find in a desert. Each of the six expansive tents has space for full-size beds, furniture, and a private bathroom (with hot and cold running water) and dining takes place in either a traditional Bedouin goat-hair tent or if you prefer outdoors under the stars. Activities range from four-wheeling through the shifting dunes, mountain hikes, or camel rides to more modern fare like sand boarding, all within the stunning, peaceful, and awesome landscape that Lawrence famously described as "god-like." [From $990/night double occupancy all inclusive; bespokehideaways.com]
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