Several hotels and guesthouses are in Dana village, just above the wadi, and Feynan Ecolodge is at the mouth of the canyon. A few Bedouin camps in the area of Little Petra are close to the trail, including Rock Camp, which is on the route. Wadi Musa, given its proximity to Petra, has too many hotels to list.
Ideal wild camping locations are determined either by the availability of water, or accessibility by supply truck. All areas except the Dana Reserve (stretching the length of the canyon, ending around the Feynan area) are legal to wild camp in. A campsite at the mouth of Wadi Abu Sakakin has water about a 45-minute walk up the wadi; areas near the running water of Wadi Feid may be good for camping; and the areas of Qbour al-Wahadat and al-Farsh, before Little Petra, provide scenic but less isolated camping in areas populated by locals.