Due to the current restrictions, some venues may still be closed. Kindly call before heading out to avoid disappointment. - - - - - Give your family a chance to experience a close encounter with some very curious and friendly Camels in Dubai's desert. Your tiny little ones will also get to meet the fun rabbits, goats and chickens at the mini petting farm created just for them. Some of the various Bedouin activities at The Camel Farm and in the surrounding desert include camel feeding, camel hugging therapy, a camel spa, mini farming workshops and a desert eco walk. You can also go on camel rides through the desert for 30 minutes or an hour. This activity is only suitable for those 10 and older.
| Prices |
Entry AED 40/pp
Children <3 FREE
We loved it! Visited with some friends, including a 3 and 4 year old. They enjoyed feeding the camels, sheep, goats, chickens, rabbits. There is a small, covered sand pit area with toys. You can sit in the bedouin tent and enjoy a drink (coffee, tea or camel milk) which is included in the 40aed entry fee. The camel ride was 15aed extra. Vivienne, the owner is very welcoming and knowledgeable. Make sure you phone to book before you arrive and she will WhatsApp you detailed directions so you dont get lost! Would definitely recommend a visit!
What a wonderful and personal experience we had today. The farm was clean and the animals were well treated and well fed and you can tell there is a love and care here. We had a personal guided tour from the owner Viviane who made sure we had a great time. Highly recommended for families. My daughter loved it and we will surely be back again!
I took 3 of my kids down to the camel farm. They had such a lovely time. The lady in charge was very friendly. She answered all their questions so [email protected] place is very clean and apart from the camels there are a few other farm animals that the kids can interact with. Definitely a must see if you have kids.
We went this morning around 10:30am and were greeted by Viviane, the expat partner of the local camel farmer who agreed to open the authentic farm to visitors. At the farm, they have a ton of camels, many apparently bred for racing, but also used for therapy and more. In addition to the camels, you have a tent where you were treated to local beverages (I tried the camel milk), cute rabbits, chickens, goats, deer, and other animals you could interact with as you are given a basket of greens to feed. As for value for money, it can’t be beat at 20 AED each and 10 AED for rides. Also the ride to the desert is charming and you must contact her in advance of your visit http://thecamelfarm.ae/en/contactus/
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