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Royal Camel Farm, Manama

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Nature / Park · Hidden Gem · Wildlife Area
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Hang out with the pampered camels of Royal Camel Farm. Stroll around the quaint farm dedicated to these quirky humped creatures and feel free to take as many pictures as you please. The staff may even let you into some of the pens to pet baby camels, or supply you with some fresh camel milk to feed them with. Although you can freely pose with the camels and interact with them, riding the distinctive animals remains prohibited. For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Manama holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Royal Camel Farm and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • It was basically a bunch of camels in a parking lot. You could pet them and take pictures. It would probably be a good place to take kids, though it is pretty far from the city. 
    It was basically a bunch of camels in a parking lot. You could pet them and take pictures. It would probably be a good place to take kids, though it is pretty far from the city.  more »
  • I tried to visit this again in May. Still closed. Its been closed for 2 years. Every time ive been to Bahrain -which is every 2 months i try to go. Its closed. Total waste of time. I'm back again... 
    I tried to visit this again in May. Still closed. Its been closed for 2 years. Every time ive been to Bahrain -which is every 2 months i try to go. Its closed. Total waste of time. I'm back again...  more »
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  • Welcome to Royal camel farm , Janabiya . When visiting Bahrain, be sure to take a visit to the Royal Camel Farm which is a unique sanctuary for several hundred camels. Here visitors can get up, close and personal with the camels can taste camel milk as well as feed the babies. This is a privately owned Camel Farm and it is a must for people whose only contact with camels has been at a zoo or on television. The camel is a large, strong desert animal. Camels can travel great distances across hot, dry deserts with little food or water. They walk easily on soft sand where trucks would get stuck, and carry people and heavy loads to places that have no roads. Camels also serve the people of the desert in many other ways. The camel carries its own built-in food supply on its back in the form of a hump. The hump is a large lump of fat that provides energy if food is hard to find. This farm is open every day from sunrise to sunset. The Royal Camel Farm on the outskirts of Manama was founded by the late Sheikh Mohammed Bin Salman Al Khalifa, uncle of the current ruler of Bahrain. This place also has washroom, free car parking etc. No entry tickets needed. The entry to the farm is absolutely free for any nationality. There are hundreds of camels both male and female and baby camels there in royal camel farm . There is also dates tree in the sides of the farm and a very big land is also occupied for dates trees. You can see camels chained there but that is not for cruelty but its for preventing camels hurting and killing from each other and only male camels are put in chains. This will be a perfect place for families to visit and will be a great experience seeing hundreds of camels in a single place . You can also feed the baby camels in the farm. This beautiful farm is located about 15 km from the Grand Swiss-Belhotel Waterfront Seef.
  • I had travelled to Royal Camel Farm with my family which is located near to the Hamala & Janabiya Highway. My family had a great time looking around the camels in different sector and had a good time feeding them food(grass). I had to purchase a bulk of grass from the worker who is looking after the camels and don’t know whether if those grasses are available to purchase but overall can’t complain them as they work in this hot weather. One information that i would share is that their timings are from 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM and they are open all days. So i would recommend everyone to take their families especially kids to have a great time visiting the camels.

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