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“Camels everywhere!”
Review of Royal Camel Farm

Royal Camel Farm
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$420.00*
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Full Day Private Tour: Treasures of Bahrain
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$107.00*
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Old and New Sites of Bahrain
Ranked #8 of 63 things to do in Manama
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Useful Information: Bathroom facilities
Reviewed May 14, 2013

It is a great stop on the way to King Fahad Causeway (another must visit - to be on the highway above the ocean, connected to Saudi Arabia). You can get close to camels, take pictures of them, with them, feed them and pet them.

Thank Rena D
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Reviewed May 10, 2013

A friday afternoon I spend around one hour in the Bahrain royal camel farm, this is a nice place with around 600 camels of all ages (this what an Indian guy working there told me but clearly there is few hundreds), the first time in my life I was so close to such huge number of these animals.

3  Thank Hatem A
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Reviewed May 5, 2013

The Camel Farm is interesting and one of the more exciting things to do in Bahrain. That said, don't expect much. You park next to the camel farm, walk through a gate, and then see the camels hobbled and in pens. That's about all there is to do there - it's not a very engaging activity. I love camels, they make me giggle. But don't expect exhibits or informative signs. It's about 20 minutes of entertainment before you get back in the car.

Thank C H
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Reviewed March 16, 2013

If you're interested in seeing all of the king's camels, check out his royal camel farm! There are camels everywhere; however, like other reviewers have said, the living conditions are not the best for these guys. The king loves his camels - I was told that if you ever steal one, the fine is 2000 dinars - over $5000 US!
It's fun to go and see, but only to spend half an hour or less at. Take your pictures with the camels and then move on.
I'd recommend going for a drive on the King Fahad Causeway (see the far-away shores of Saudi Arabia) and then going to the camel farm on the way back - it's very close to the causeway.

2  Thank Michelle B
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Reviewed March 8, 2013

Great place to take photos of camels! There are not less then 60 jf them of different size and age! Very interestig experience! Strongly reccomend to visit!

1  Thank Alexander_Kudrin
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