Camels are an important part of Emirati culture that dates back to its roots. In the past, camels were said to be God’s gifts to the Bedouin, as these animals often made life in the desert possible, providing everything from transportation, to clothes and even food. Nowadays, camels are a symbol of the local culture, as well as an attraction for tourists to ride.On stunning desert safari, you will have the opportunity to Ride camel back across the magnificent landscape of golden dunes with Heritage Camel Safari to a Bedouin camp. The ride takes about 1 hour and requires riders to be at least moderately fit. Once settled in, you’ll enjoy cultural music and dance, falconry, henna application, and learn how to cook a traditional meal, concluding with an authentic dinner under the night sky.
Traditionally camels are loyal travel companions, their nourishing milk is still considered a health elixir and camel meat provided food which was scarce in the desert.
Unfortunately, many camels are exploited by companies or individuals as merely profitable tourist attractions and are not looked after properly and overworked. At Platinum Heritage, the wellness and treatment of our camels is of high importance to us.
because of that, in this post we come with 8 ways that make us sure our camels are the happiest camels in Dubai
Camel riding is an activity that isn’t just restricted to adults, even kids can ride these magnificent beasts, and will find it fascinating to be so high off the ground! While most people are of the notion that deserts are completely barren, you might be able to see some rare wildlife like Arabian oryxes and gazelle species.
You can also experience how the Bedouin traveled across the desert in ancient times.