The way of life for the Berber people here have remained remarkably unchanged since the Bronze age. Many are nomadic, still periodically moving their family camps through the desert in pursuit of the ever-elusive water supply - a practice that has sustained their ancestry for millenia.
Sit for a warm pot of mint tea with a Berber family, and you'll get a glimpse of their simple and honest way of desert life. If you’re lucky, you just might be welcomed into a stranger’s home to shelter from a storm, greeted with tea, stories, and almond paste snacks. You may enter empty handed (bringing gifts for the host is encouraged), but you will most certainly be leaving with new friends, a full stomach, and your own stories to tell your friends back home.