For the Bedouin tracker, the desert is like an open book. Bedouin tracking is an ancient skill that combines listening, observation, and deciphering. This unique tour will allow you to acquire real practical knowledge: how to identify tracks left by different animals, how to hide your own tracks, and what is the best way to “read” the terrain and plan your stay in the desert. Highly recommended!
We strongly recommend adding a traditional Bedouin meal to your activity!
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Mansaf: A mountain of rice is laid over a layer of freshly baked pita bread, with cooked & seasoned meat on top (we serve chicken), seasonal vegetables on the side, and other surprises according to the host family’s taste.
Magluba(“upside down” in Arabic): Vegetables and meat (chicken) are cooked on the bottom of the pot, with a layer of rice above them to absorb the flavors from below. The pot is turned upside down on a round tray when served, creating a mountain of rice with the meat and vegetables on top.
include libbe (bread baked inside the fire embers and hot sand) or fresh pita bread straight from the saj with labaneh or afik (dried goat cheese), tahina, fresh vegetables, hard-boiled eggs, olive oil and za’atar.