A Peek Into the World of the South Sinai Bedouins
The Bedouins of South Sinai are not known for much, for they don’t care to be known for much. The simplest life is what they want and what they have. Years ago, they survived by fishing in the red sea, weaving lambs wool, and trading and bartering. Here’s just a peek into their dusty world. Send us an email to email@example.com for information on tours to the safe side of the Sinai Desert to experience a culture like no other.