Our organic farm is in a Bedouin settlement in Nuweiba, South Sinai, Egypt. It is a piece of desert turned into fertile land, in between the Red Sea and the Sinai mountains.
We would like to set an example to the Bedouin community in the area so they can transform their land too. Our farm has 10.000 m² of land dedicated to the growing of eggplant, fennel, asparagus, oranges, limes, zucchini, dates, corn, tomatoes, figs, mulberries, artichokes, olives, okra, and herbs such as mint, basil, lemon balm and rosemary.
Our farm is registered with Demeter standards. We also have an exchange with the Bedouin organic farmers up in the mountains,for medical herbs.
Help with Eco Projects
DIY and building projects
Help around the house
Help with Computers/ Internet
They will benefit from culture exchange through providing an opportunity for Workawayers to develop their crafts and skills in a stunning and culturally rich location. Workawayers are encouraged to interact and vibe with the local Bedouin community and to explore the region.
We are currently seeking to host Workawayers for farm work and for help with our learning center. If you're interested in learning about organic farming in the desert and/or teaching in learning center, please reach out soon.
Workawayers will have access to a shared room and bathroom with kitchen. We provide vegetarian meals twice daily.
Scuba diving, Desert Safari, Bedouin Dinner, visit to St.Catherine Monastery, we arrange transportation from airport in Sharm El Sheikh or from Taba border.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
Yes we are interested in hosting digital nomads
We have enough space for 2 campervans
More than two
5 hours per day / 5 days a week, we are looking for long-term volunteers minimum 3 months max 25 hours a week