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King Fahad Causeway, Manama Bahrain
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Half-Day Desert Tour
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Half-Day Desert Tour
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Explore a majestic, arid landscape on a half-day Bahrain desert tour that includes the Grand Prix Circuit, Royal Camel Farm, the Gulf’s first-ever oil field, the Tree of Life, Riffa Fort, and A’Ali Burial Mounts. Desert heat and sun can be punishing, but traveling in a climate-controlled minibus stocked with chilled drinks ensures a comfortable afternoon of sightseeing, and you'll enjoy sweeping views of desert scenery throughout the tour.
$75.00 per adult
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Part of the half day tour of the south of Bahrain. When visiting this place it looks like you go back in time! Everything is still like it was in the past and that's why it makes a visit so memorable....when today meets the past!
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Most amazing! Camels were quiet.Did not understand why the front legs of the camels were tied. No guide present
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I went to the Royal Camel Farm in February and spent about 30 minutes walking around and checking out the camels. The camels were super friendly and walked right up to me. I did not notice a smell, like others have mentioned, and it was very clean! They have one shaded area
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This was part of a cruise ship tour stop. Great place a get a picture with a camel but the stop was only about 20 minutes so was quite quick. Camels seemed to be friendly and well cared for.
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The Royal Camel Farm was a very spacious but average farm filled with many camels and a few donkeys.It’s not worth visiting at all.
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