Bedouin village - a traditional settlement of the indigenous people of Egypt, now serving as a tourist attraction. The village is located 30 kilometers south-west of the city of Hurghada.
The easiest way to get to the Bedouin village is by quad bike, right across the desert. Of course, the road is not easy, but this does not stop true lovers of the exotic. In the village itself is quite interesting - you can watch the life of local residents and buy handmade souvenirs. Other activities include camel riding, exploring the wildlife of the desert (with a village there is a small zoo and a terrarium) and much more. After sunset, a small show awaits all visitors - a fakir performance and walking on hot coals.
In the process of visiting the village, tourists are told a lot of interesting details of the life of the ancient Bedouins, they offer to try their traditional food, and get acquainted with the local culture. It can be stated unequivocally that few people leave the village disappointed - this is a very interesting place with its own special atmosphere. A sea of diverse experiences guaranteed.