All visitors must stop at the attractively designed visitor center to pay an admission fee (JD2)—most of which goes to the local Bedouin cooperatives. The large Rum Gate restaurant here is quite good, despite the fact that it often caters to busloads of tourists. There's a terrace, too, looking out over the sand.
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