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The interesting part is this is not really a tourist spot in the true sense. It is an actual camel market. Along with other livestock as well. If you were expecting some sort of display this is not it. It is a market. And a...More
Nothing picturesque, it's just a fully operational camel market where camels, goats and sheep are bought and sold. All the animals and locals make it a rough but fascinating place.
Security let us on the terrain where we were followed by a security guard on...More
Lots of cute baby camels and herds of beasts, most of which are quite well-disposed to kind visitors. Some are a little cantankerous and may bite but this is usually if they are annoyed by noise, camera flash or being manhandled into position. Or if...More
Visited at 6am, so many camels.
Offered to have a ride. ??price as we declined offer.
We parked near a camel enclosure where no trucks were working - and no issues.
Seemed like there were thousands of camels in pens on one side of the...More
Yes, the camels are cute. However, the whole affair felt incredibly unsafe. We parted with 200 dirhams just to get a group of men off our backs. They literally surrounded us, and when my other half took out 50 dirhams to give them as a...More
Located just past the Bawadi Mall behind the large IKEA store, this camel souk is a working livestock market where animals are being bought and sold. What that means is....be mindful to stay out of the way. Also, this souk is "earthy" smelly! Women should...More