Prepare Yourself/Yourselves to Wadi Rum Tour (Advises & Recommendations)
We would advise leaving your main luggage in the city (even if that means you’ll need to return to pick it up), to minimize what you have to carry into the desert. A day pack should be sufficient if you are just staying in the desert for a night or two. Most Bedouin camps don’t have showers or WiFi so leave your rubber ducky, and tablet or laptop behind.
Layers are the way to go regardless of season. There can be a huge swings in temperature between day and night—so always put on a t-shirt followed by a fleece and jacket. Ladies should not wear anything too skimpy especially when in the village (halter neck, singlets or shorts).
Unless you're rock climbing, you don't need hiking boots in the desert. All the walking you’ll do is light hiking. Trainers or any shoes with covered toes will suffice. Trekking sandals are a good option when it warms up.