For centuries, camels have been heralded as majestic animals in the Middle East, particularly in Saudi Arabia as they are a strong part of the Kingdom’s Bedouin heritage.

Now, to preserve the heritage of these sacred animals, a new hotel dedicated to camels has just opened in Saudi Arabia.

The announcement was made during the popular King Abdul Aziz Camel Festival, a highly valued festival that brings together leading owners of camels from around the world including the US, Middle East, Russia, France and more.

With over 120 hotel rooms and over 50 staff members, this one-of-a-kind venue will provide all the services that camels need along with five-star onboard amenities such as grooming, protection services, care, hot milk, meals and ensuring that the staples are hygienic and warm.

As camels continue to be an important element of Saudi culture and its heritage, the Kingdom continues to shed light on them and ensure that all their needs are catered for at all times.

Per Mohammed Al Harbi, spokesman for the Saudi Camel Club, prices start from 400 Saudi riyals (Dhs391) per night.

This renowned event has over 1,800 participants annually and for the first time in its history will also have women taking part in the races to highlight their role in the development of the Kingdom. The event takes place in the north of Riyadh, taking place for 40 days since the start of December 1, 2021.

The camel-breeding industry continues to be a multimillion-dollar one and this added facility will give camel owners peace of mind and ensure that they are carefully taken after.

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