The White Desert National Park of Western Egypt attracts tourists eager to see its incredible natural environment and mammoth ventifacts. Ventifacts are natural sculptures created by erosion as the sand whips through the arid depression at the edge of the White Desert.
This limestone environment is both fragile and difficult to navigate. It’s the Bedouin tribes of Farafra that guide tourists, navigating by the stars and teaching visitors how to walk lightly in this fragile landscape.
Go deeper into the wisdom and sustainability practices of the Bedouin tribes of Egypt on The Climate Tribe Arabic platform coming soon.