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What is the aim of La Beduina tours?

Responsible Tourism What is the aim of La Beduina tours?

The primary aim of this is to facilitate face to face contact and involvement between participants from all walks of life and the original nomadic Arabs: the romantic and oft mythicised Bedouins. All of our team involved in setting up the company come themselves from Bedouin stock and are looking for a way to benefit their communities whilst providing a great adventure to visitors to our country. 

Whilst the nomadic Arabs are some of the poorest communities in the Middle East, their very nomadic nature means that they are often overlooked by traditional support organizations. What is different about this initiative is that not only are the profits from the tourist ploughed back into the Bedouin communities but La Beduina provides support and encouragement to those families still preserving their nomadic lifestyle and traditions. 

At every stage of our journey, we will be staying with true desert families in their own tents, houses, hotels and will be traveling on camels, jeebs , owned by the same people. Only a tiny percentage of the Jordanian population is still truly nomadic and even amongst these Bedouins the camel is slowly being overtaken by more modern forms of transportation. Our aim to make sure that the traditions of the desert and traveling by camel will not be lost. 

Our route will take us through many different tribal areas and thus the benefits of the project will be spread among as many different tribes and communities as possible. 

A percentage of profits from La beduina also goes to supporting local charitable organizations for educational support and for mentally and physically handicapped children. As people having grown up in and having a deep love of this area, our team will also ensure that all environmental precautions are made to ensure that all we leave behind in the desert will be some wonderful memories.

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