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Best attractions to visit in Abu Dhabi

81. Camel Rides - Abu Dhabi

Camel Rides

Camels are part of everyday life if you live in the UAE. It’s not unusual to see them roaming in the distance while driving on the highways and camel milk and meat can be seen in many restaurants and supermarkets. As surrounded as we are by all things camel, it’s easy to forget you can actually have a go at riding them. A barbecue dinner and belly dancing complete your evening under Abu Dhabi’s desert stars.

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82. Camel Racing (Al Wathba) - Abu Dhabi

Camel Racing Al Wathba

This is a spectacular sport and a trip to the races can be one of the most memorable highlights of a visit to Abu Dhabi. Cheer on the camels as they gallop around a specially made track, and marvel at how these seemingly ungainly creatures can reach such high speeds. For a taste of this sport, head to the Al Wathba Camel Race Track (about 45km east of Abu Dhabi on the Al Ain Road), or to the Al Maqam Track near Al Ain.

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83. Falcon and Saluki Show - Qasr Al Sarab (Mirage Palace) - Abu Dhabi

Falcon and Saluki Show Qasr Al Sarab Mirage Palace

The honor winning Qasr Al Sarab (Mirage Palace) Desert Resort by Anantara, which lies in the midst of the towering hills of the Liwa Desert at the passage to the extremely popular Empty Quarter, has an assortment of visitor critical experience exercises. Incorporates: abandon strolls, visits to the adjacent Liwa Oasis, day break yoga in the midst of the hills, camel trekking, leave drives, toxophilism, 'Fat Biking' on bikes which have 4.8 inch width tires can be emptied to handle the huge rises which encompass the resort, horse riding and a bird of prey and saluki appear.

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84. Henna Painting - Abu Dhabi

Henna Painting

Utilizing henna to enhance the skin is exceptionally well known with female guests to Abu Dhabi. Henna is a plant color that has been utilized all through Arabia for a considerable length of time. It is utilized staring ladies in the face, feet and hair. By and large, Arabic henna includes extensive, flower designs and these "tattoos" are easy and wash off in seven days. The color originates from the leaves of the henna tree, which are dried and ground. Water is then added to shape a glue.

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