The Negev highland is home to many Bedouin. Some still live the traditional nomadic way, a tent for their home, they pasture their herds of sheep and camels, and cook their food on open fires. In the region are a number of Bedouin guest-tents, where visitors can experience the Bedouin lifestyle, drink hot, sweet tea, eat a tin-stove baked pita-bread with labana, and learn from their hosts about the Bedouin way of life. Some Bedouin families are known to invite guests to their own tents, providing visitors with a truly authentic experience.
For additional information visit the Negev Highlands Tourism office