Eilat: Camel Safari with Bedouin Meal
- Duration options: 1.5 - 4 hours
On arrival at the camel farm, receive a safety briefing and instructions for riding a trusty desert steed. Then, climb up onto your camel and enjoy a ride across the sandy terrain consisting of a circular ride through the beautiful desert landscape of the Eilat Mountains Reserve. Learn how to master the rolling gait and enjoy the views from your elevated perch. After your roughly 1.5 hour ride, return to the camel farm and enjoy a Bedouin tea, made with mint-flavored habak. Sip on the refreshing brew and relax as you chat over your camel ride adventures then sit down to a delicious Bedouin sit-meal. Traditional Bedouin meals usually consist of small plates of food shared between everyone, so expect to dig into tasty dishes such as fluffy Bedouin flatbreads (Bedouin pita made on the spot), labneh cheese, olives and tea brewed from desert plants, unique to Eilat. As you eat, absorb the to...
Benefit from pickup at your accommodation in Eilat, and then make your way across the border between Israel and Jordan. Continue through the scenic desert to arrive at the ancient city of Petra. Pass by towering mountains and incredible rock formations as you head to the Valley of Moses. Enter the archaeological site through the Siq and see the Obelisk Tomb, Silica Quarries, and Jinn blocks. Admire the huge stone dam built to protect the city from floods. Study ancient art carved into the rock walls, depicting deities worshiped within the city. Reach the end of the canyon and stand before the Treasury, the most famous and mysterious part of Petra. Follow your expert guide along the Street of Facades to Petra Theater. Listen to stories about the history of the incredible archaeological site before going back to the Valley Of Moses for a delicious buffet lunch at a local restaurant.
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