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“Heart breaking”
Review of Camel Beach

Camel Beach
Reviewed 17 March 2013

The camels are treated like slaves which isn't a good look, nice beach but there are about 20 camels tied up which wasn't nice to look at

2  Thank Catherine R
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Reviewed 24 January 2013

we visited the camel island while doing a boat trip, there is nothing special except the camels for non-arabic tourists.. i say visit it and have a look by yourself.

Thank Christelle M
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Reviewed 7 January 2013

Sorry did not like it one bit. . . The beach is great just keep away from the camels you will only get ripped. . . the ride lasts about two minutes. . . and for the cost it's not worth IT honestly

Thank kenneth w
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Reviewed 14 November 2012

We went on a boat trip from Gumbet and stopped here for half an hour or so, its a very short beach, a few shops/drink/snack bar, a few mangey camels and some toilets, a broken jetty and thats about it!..

1  Thank Woodwink
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Reviewed 5 November 2012

The beach area classed as Camel Beach is small and easily crowded once all the boat trip visitors arrive. We stopped here as part of a boat trip, which as a whole was amazing but I didn't rate staying here for as long as we had too. There are camels you can ride, but don't!! Book a proper camel trek where you get to see more and explore if you want to ride a camel! It's a waste of money and you literally ride it round in a circle then that's it! There are a number of cafe/bars around but it quickly becomes too busy to move. I'm just glad there were toilets and they were sanitary enough to use.

1  Thank Verityk14
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