We offer authentic, simple experiences which are unique to this part of the world and not for the masses.
We are passionate about sharing our nomadic background with our visitors. Hiking the desert is the essence of slow travel, we aim to appeal to those wanting to disconnect for a few days, get back to nature, and get back to basics in wilderness camps.
However, we aim to put our collective local knowledge and skills to work through employment of hiking guides, cooks, camel-handlers and drivers. Young men who are often the main breadwinners will be the source of funding all living costs for three generations of their families. Employing a local team ensures that we benefit our own community.
Our desert region is not simply sand, there is a rich diversity of flora and fauna, so each hiking day looks different.
We are acutely aware of the scarcity of water, we care for our very fragile environment and only transport enough water for food preparation and hand/face washing. We encourage everyone to collect litter should they find it in the desert, as sadly littering is an issue in parts – the wind carries it. It seems ironic that the ideal of visiting a pristine wilderness should enable some people to simultaneously mistreat it. We hope that the National Park will also enforce better protection of its environment.