The Bedouin people live in the desert and have a close relationship with the ever-changing sand around them. They see the desert as a part of their nomadic life. They move with their families and animals, stopping where there’s water and shade. Water is crucial in this harsh desert. They respect it so much that they name the wells they dig after the people who find them. In this place, water isn’t just a resource; it’s what keeps them alive.

At Al Salam Camp, we understand how important water is here. We’ve worked hard to make sure you have water during your stay. It’s not just about convenience; we know water is the key to life in the desert. We get water from local wells, where each drop represents the hard work of those who dug for it. We also bring water from the city to make sure you always have enough during your desert visit.

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