The Najaf Desert is located in southern Iraq, on the coast of the Persian Gulf. The desert is located near the city of Najaf, approximately 160 kilometers south of Baghdad, the capital of Iraq.
Is there life?
The Negev Desert is a very arid desert. The annual rainfall of the desert is below 100 millimeters. Therefore, life in the desert is quite difficult. However, there is a wide variety of plant and animal species in the desert.
Which country does it belong to?
The Najaf Desert belongs to Iraq. A large part of the desert is located within the borders of the Najaf province.
Plant species living in the Negev Desert include date palms, shrubs and cacti. Animal species living in the desert include camels, birds of prey, snakes and insects.
Tourism in the Negev Desert
The Najaf Desert is an important tourism center in Iraq. It is famous for the natural beauties of the desert, desert safaris and desert camps.