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We visited on Friday at the the time of Dhuhr prayer (early afternoon). Just a few people around. Camels were pretty loud, most probably hungry. The local security person on a small quad bike explained us what camels can be seen there. The black Saudi...More
Getting bored in my hotel I arranged a taxi to take me to the Camel market. In spite of the fact that I was alone as a Western woman i felt at ease. Nice to see how all those excentric animals are being sold and...More
the camel souq is located within a huge complex called al ain livestock market. aside from camels, you will also find different types of goats and sheep in the nearby pens.the souq has a lot to offer other the the live animals to view, you...More
Camel Souk is not only the place for camels, but also the market of all types of live animals. It is located behind Bawadi Mall on the outskirts of Al Ain city.
The market is popular for its wide variety of live domestic animals like...More
We visited the market and I would highly recommend it for those looking for some more authentic experiences. Not many tourists, dress appropriate and great pictures to make. People are friendly and open. Visit in the morning!
We jumped on the local bus outside the Al Ain bus station to the Bawadi shopping centre. It’s a ten minute walk to the camel market. We were the only tourists there and had to check at the gate it was OK to visit, which...More