Here you can have your own expierence to camels in different sizes If you are brave enough you can get your personal camel selfie
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Was an interesting experience seeing so many camels and being able to get as close as we liked and having the different aged camels in different areas was interesting to see the different stages of development. I was a bit shocked at the number of camels that were chained by there feet to the ground, restricting them to a 2m... More
This place is a bit hard to find but it's worth the visit. You just park your car and go wander around, I didn't see another person besides the security at the front gate. Probably 500 camels in various pens. It's about 15 minutes from the International circuit
Unexpected visit to this farm to enable party to take photographs. Didn't like seeing the make camels chained up albeit only for a couple of hours a day.
Great place to visit Iconic animals of the Middle East. You can pat them, feed them, check out baby camels and even buy camel milk (only early in the morning, not all days, check first). No entry fee, but do tip friendly guys who will show you around
This was a fun to see camels and the workers let us feed them but not much else to see--only some camels. You're done in 15 minutes. They did have some babies that were pretty cute to see. It's a must see but over quickly.
This is a camel farm where they are kept for milk, apparently. Camels chained up, presumably so that they didn't damage the tourists, but the whole thing seemed to me to be heartless and cruel. Gave people a close up view of a camel, but we preferred to see them free and trekking across the desert. Give this one a... More
Not for me this stop. Camels looked well cared for and in good condition as did birds, although not a fan of tethered and / or hooded animals. No washing toilet facilities at site (although did look like there was a boarded up portaloo). Hour all that's needed.