Bedouin Dinners

At Wadi Rum Caravan Camp, we include a Bedouin dinner with every nights stay. Bedouin dinners are a special part of experiencing Bedouin culture. In addition to staying in the desert of Wadi Rum and sleep in a Bedouin goat-haired tent; you will also experience Bedouin food. Upon arrival our guests are served sweet Bedouin spiced tea as the cooks prepare dinner. In the evening, a large fire is built at the common area for guests to gather around and have friendly conversations about their experiences. Bedouin Food is organically made and prepared food with a few Arabic spices added. However the way it is cooked makes it so unique.

Below is a list of some of the foods we prepare at the camp:

Food and drink menu

Hot meals

Zarp is lamb meat + chicken meat with potatoes and onions cooked in an underground sand oven

Rice

Mixed vegetables without meat cooked in sauce

-Sautéed vegetables: collie flower, zucchini, carrots, green beans

Salads

Arab salad (tomatoes, cucumber, Parsley, onion, mint, olive oil(

green  salad

Taboula (parsley, couscous, onions, garlic, tomatoes) grated silky.

-Couscous in chili sauce

Fatoush (lettuce, cucumber, fried bread, garlic, onions, olive oil)

Baba ghanoush (eggplant, garlic, olive oil, sesame paste)

– Homus (Homus, tahini, garlic, lemon, olive oil)

– Yoghurt (yoghurt, garlic, cucumber)

– Pickles (cucumber, olives, carrots, draw)

-Arab bread (flat bread)

Drinks

Arabic coffee + tea

Mineral water

Desserts

Fruits: Bananas, oranges, apples

Baklava: Arab sweets

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