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Welcome to the Royal Camel Farm, Bahrain. This farm is open every day from sunrise to sunset, with free entry and free parking on-site as well as washroom facilities. Please note that the camels with chains are males, and the reason for using the...more
I’m not an animal rights activist, but I found it very depressing to see so many camels shackled by the front feet and tied to a post that they have a 2m radius to walk around. They didn’t seem happy. The young ones are in...More
Nothing else to do today so we decided to go to the camel farm. Thought there would be more to do so we went early. Was about 20 min drive from juffair.
The entrance is free and it’s just rows of chained camels. Some are...More
Consider it as a zoo; it's interesting for people with interest in local animals and kids. Yo can wander through two hundred or more camels of all ages and colors, under shade or outdoors, but yes, each one tied by one leg to a fixed...More
If you are traveling to or from Saudi on the King Fhad Causeway you won't want to miss this nice stopover. Its minutes from the Causeway, free and interesting. Least of all, a great photo shoot of camels an Date Farm.
As the name implies, it a farm of Camels. To my knowledge not many such farms are available in the world. Hence it would be a unique experience. It is a place for family and tourists to spend around an hour
Hello, I am stopping for a day in Bahrain and I have a few questions: 1. To get to Royal Camel Farm, do we take King Fahd Causeway and get off at Janabiyah Hwy? How far is it from the intesrection and do we turn left or right on Janabiyah Hwy? Also, what are the hours? 2. Is 26.0174373,50.6062688 (ake from google maps) the correct coordinates for Tree Of Life? Food, Please recommend a place to eat 1. Lunch - Somewhere near Bahrain National Museum 2. Dinner - on the way to...More
February 21, 2015|
And If possible, also Add 1. Al Fateh Grand Mosque or 2. Bahrain Fort (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE). on your list.
Royal Camel Farm via Taxi from Manama (1 Replies)
Hello, I will be in Bahrain for a few days and would like to visit the camel farm near Manama during that time. I'm not renting a car, so I plan to do a taxi. What would be a fair/reasonable rate for a driver to pick me up from the hotel in Juffair, Manama, take me to the farm, wait (1 hour, 1 and a half max), and take me back to the hotel? Thank you so much for the replies!
July 02, 2016|
Unless you don't have a driver's license I would reconsider your decision to not rent a car here. You can easily find cheap rentals for about USD 20 per day and taxis in Bahrain are expensive and unreliable. That said, if your really want to try the taxi you would have to negotiate this directly with the driver. My best guess to rent a taxi for 2 to 2-1/2 hours would be about USD 25.