Over the last two months I have been doing some work with Bedouin Brothers, a travel organization in Jordan. They host eco tours throughout the country, from hiking to camels and rock climbing. They sleep in caves and Bedouin tents, speaking handfuls of languages and cooking delicious foods over fires. They currently have a website, but I am in the process of working on a new one for them full of pretty photographs of adventures and adventurous places to visit. In the meantime, check out some of the highlights from working with this company.
Ghassab, one of the two brothers
An Australian boy taking a hiking tour with Ghassab, hiking form Dana to Petra.
The mountains and dunes of Wadi Araba.
Travelers sliding down the dunes of Wadi Araba.
A traveler riding through the Jordanian deserts in the back of a pickup truck.
Mushroom rock of Wadi Rum.
A hot spring for bathing and healing, feeding into the Dead Sea.
A woman soaking in the salts of the Dead Sea.
A camel driver taking a break on the beaches of Aqaba.