We were fortunate to be able to see the unique camel breeding farm.
You have to go at around 3.30 pm when the camels return from grazing.
This is a site to behold. We saw hundreds of camels coming in, in hoards to the farm. They were so trained that each one wnet into their respective sheds.
Each camel had a name & marking for their keepers to recognise them.
The farm had a shop which sold various items made from camel like ice cream made from camel milk, belts, bags, purse etc, made from camel leather etc.
A wonderful place to visit & experience.
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