Wadi Musa hostels

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Wadi Musa, Jordan
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Rafiki Hostel
Rafiki Hostel
8,0 Excellent
Tourism Street 28 Downtown, Wadi Musa, Jordan
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0,2 km from city centre, Wadi Musa, Jordan 
ExcellentBased on 618 reviews
8,0

Situated in Wadi Musa, Rafiki Hostel is an easy drive from Petra and Taybeh Village. Guests can also enjoy complimentary internet access in all areas.

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Cheapest month:July
Most expensive month:January
Average price in Wadi_Musa:R387/night
Absolute cheapest price found:R161/night
Cheapest day:Saturday
Most expensive day:Wednesday
R178 - R623
Average price per night. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
R179 - R1 070
Average price per night. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Rafiki Hostel
Rafiki Hostel
8,0 Excellent
Tourism Street 28 Downtown, Wadi Musa, Jordan
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0,2 km from city centre, Wadi Musa, Jordan 

Situated in Wadi Musa, Rafiki Hostel is an easy drive from Petra and Taybeh Village. Guests can also enjoy complimentary internet access in all areas.

R145
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Wadi Musa hostel FAQs

  • What is the cost of a hostel in Wadi Musa?

    Wadi Musa hostels are R388/night, on average. However, you may find that prices fluctuate depending on the time of year. In October is often the cheapest month to book, and in October is the most expensive month to book a hostel in Wadi Musa. Our users recently found hostels for R165/night - which is currently the lowest price. Keep in mind that we would consider anything in Wadi Musa for R335/night or less a good deal.

  • Should I stay in a Wadi Musa hostel?

    Staying in a Wadi Musa hostel has many benefits, including cost savings, proximity to the centre of the city, a social and laid-back atmosphere, and similar amenities to hotels (such as Wi-Fi, continental breakfast, or 24/7 check-in). Hostels in Wadi Musa tend to attract younger, solo travellers, but they can be great for couples and families as well.