You are going to enjoy Bedouin dinner on a camp in the desert of Sharm El Sheikh set up as an exhibition of Bedouins' lifestyle, culture, and this experience gives you a good introduction to their lifestyle.
Night in the desert has its own charm and mystery. Bedouins are wandering tribes in the Red Sea and Sinai Peninsula. You are invited to have a dinner on a camp set up as an exhibition of Bedouins' lifestyle, culture, and this experience gives you a good introduction to their lifestyle.
Try to imagine the Bedouin's lifestyle and you will see a tent, low tables and a man wearing galabia and a black and white scarf around his head serving you tea. Now use your imagination to look outside the tent, and you will see camels grazing nearby. A Bedouin woman, dressed in black from head to toe, is bending over a tray filled with decorative beads.
The open buffet dinner is an exceptional one. But coal is the key. Chicken and kofta are grilled directly on the coal, while the rice and potatoes are cooked over the coal fire too. Bedouin bread is a whole other story. Freshly baked, served from the oven to your plate, it melts in your mouth.