The annual desert journey kicked off from Liwa’s Empty Quarter in the Western Region of Abu Dhabi on Sunday (29 November).
As part of the celebrations of the UAE’s 49th National Day, a group of 11 camel riders from seven countries participated in the 7th edition of Camel Trek organised by the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Center (HHC).
The annual desert journey kicked off from Liwa’s Empty Quarter in the Western Region of Abu Dhabi on Sunday (29 November). The participants first met at the Heritage Village inside Global Village before going to the designated departure area on Saturday evening. Their aim is to navigate around 550 kms of the UAE desert until the caravan reaches its destination at the Heritage Village inside Dubai’s Global Village on December 8.
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