The ships of the desert

Salem, a father of two makes a living from taking travellers into this inhospitable yet magical space and is pragmatic about 'no tourists, no money'. Since being declared a national park, Bedouin families have set up homes in the village that now boast concrete houses, schools, shops and endless jeeps. It is clear the traditional life of this nomadic tribe has now changed forever. The national park provides valuable employment for the men and allows people like Salem to continue using camels as a livelihood.

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