Experience the Jordanian farmer life living by baking Saj bread, milking Goats, feeding baby goats, picking free range eggs, having local made food under the 400-year-old Oak tree and ride the tractor to the agricultural field and back.
What you’re going to do
Learn about the local traditions and culture of Jordanian farmers by participating in their daily chores while enjoying unconventional activities in the outdoors. The hands-on experience includes collecting free-range eggs, chasing chickens, milking goats, learning how to make goat butter, feeding orphan lambs, baking Saj bread made from full grain wheat, riding a tractor, playing marbles, planting barley or wheat and harvesting when in season. After the fun-filled day is over, you will be rewarded with a homemade farm-to-table meal served by Um Nidal’s family. This tasty traditional meal is made using fresh ingredients from their farm. Sipping your cup of mint tea in the fresh air will make you want to come back for more.
- baking Saj bread / Milking Goats / Feeding baby goats,
- Ride a tractor / picking eggs / Having local made food
- Any services not mentioned