The Ammarin Museum
Inside the Bedouin camp area there is the Ammarin Museum.
It is housed in a small building which reminds of the old Ammarins' houses.
It is a little Ethnographic Museum which exhibits a collection of stones, local wild herbs and frankincense that have been used both for medicinal and spiritual remedies by Ammarin healers and shamans.
You can also see Bedouin jewellery on display.
On the walls, photographs of the Ammarins and their natural environment.
A visit to the collection is another nice way of learning about Ammarin Bedouin history, traditions and people.
Entry is free and visitors are encouraged to sign the Guests' book.
Please remember also the Museum is a no-smoking area.
Touching items is not allowed.