The path for visitors was really clean and the crew focus on safety from the animal. I really enjoy my first visit there
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I brought my parents here when they came to visit me. There are definitely a lot of camels here, but as you move in closer you see that they are tied up, and lack free movement. Visitors are not supposed to feed the camels, although...More
This is essentially a camel-breeding farm started by a member of the royal family to preserve the species. At least 600 of the animals live here and will not end up racing or as food on a table. As the number of tourist attractions in...More
The camels were tied up with ropes around there feed. That is not so nice to see. It would be nicer if they could walk free. It was not clear why they were kept there. Did not see anything which would say for milk because...More
No doubt this was an intersting experirence....Saw many camels and my neice was very impressed as there were around 500+ camels ..Good place to spend for around 3 to 4 hours...Baby camels are very cute to see.... I recommend families to visit here while on...More
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...More