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Bedouin Traditions

Choose the ritual you are interested in and spend some time with our people. 
Please note that for Bedouin activities a minimum number of people is often required but in case you're the sole participant you'll just pay a bit more. Most of them have a very affordable cost!
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Bread making (Arbood or Shrak)

Arbood: thick bread baked in hot ashes of a fire. Shrak: flatbread backed on 

a domed saj.

Min 2 pax

Cooking class in a Bedouin home

Learn to prepare a typical Bedouin dish

Min 2 pax

Bedouin coffee ritual

Discover the gesture, the meaning and the music of cardamon-spiced coffee: an important symbol of hospitality and trust.

Min 2 pax


It comes from the leaves of a shrub. Brides usually have their hands and feet decorated as part of wedding rituals.

Min 2 pax

Bedouin carpet weaving

Do you know a 4 meter long strip of carpet can take about a week to weave?

Min 2 pax


Bedouin make the kohl (eyeliner) by collecting the ashes of a burnt tree and then mix the ashes with olive oil.

Min 2 pax


The rababa is considered part of the lute family, it is almost certainly the direct ancestor of the European violin.

Min 2 pax


Discover the sound of this instrument which is often the best friend of Bedouin shepherds.

Min 2 pax

Lunch with a Bedouin family

Genuine experience to be lived with open hearts.

 Min 2 pax

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