Whether you are road-weary traveller or a bushy-tailed adventurer seeking something a little different, Al Salam Camp is the perfect escape off the beaten track. Cross the Nile and step into a peaceful world free from the hassle of touts, taxi drivers and tour groups.
What is Al Salam Camp all about?
Then Kolokolo Bird said, with a mournful cry, 'Go to the banks of the great grey-green, greasy Nile, all set about with fever-trees, and find out.'
- adapted from Rudyard Kipling's 'Just So Stories'
Al Salam camp ensures the safety of its guests. Be welcome and free from worry.
- Hot & Cold showers, clean shared facilities
- Enjoy home cooked food from our family kitchen
- Cold Stella and fruit juices
- Evening campfires
- Smoking area
- Cool places to relax in the shade, play board-games, read, listen to music, or just chat
- First Hour of internet free then just 5LE per hour
Be it land, sea or air, we can arrange almost any kind of transport or ride: Camels, horses, donkeys, bike and motorbike hire, hot-air balloon at sunrise or faluka at sunset. Just ask and we will make your dream a reality.
From time to time we arrange special activities at Al Salam, such as having musicians perform, workshops or small movie screenings. If a group of people has an activity they we like to enjoy at the camp, we are always interested to hear it and to try and make it so.
Our guests come from all over the world - no matter who you are, you are welcome.
We have eight comfortable huts built in traditional style and sited around a central courtyard where you can eat, relax and plan your adventures.
There are three types of hut available: private twin, private double and 4 person dorm.
All rooms have a ceiling fan and mosquito net, and there are plenty of blankets for the winter months (which are generally not too cold).
The shared bathroom facilities are clean, spacious and hot water is available.
There is also room to pitch your tent or park your vehicle if you so desire.
We are located within a stones throw of the Nile on the West Bank in Luxor, near Ramlah village. It is a short ferry ride from the East bank and close to restaurants, cafes and the West bank Luxor shopping district.
Walking Directions from East Bank
Take the Public Ferry which costs 1LE maximum, this is a brown boat with a top deck. If you wish to hire a private motor boat this should cost 5LE.
When you reach the West Bank you should turn left/south and follow the Nile for about 10 minutes walking through the village, eventually the shops and buildings will end, keep walking 150 metres and you will find Al Salam Camp, Ramlah Village.