More than riding, more than camels, more than deserts.

Support us with your Tripadvisor rating

Did you enjoy our programs and would recommend it to others?

Leave us a comment on our tours offered via Tripadvisor. Thank you for supporting small businesses. 

Latest News:

2 more travels to Oman announced

  • Al Khabourah: Camel traditions workshop and ride and a festival visit. Take a look behind the scenes and learn straight from the experts.
  • Bidiya: our favourite desert escape. Needs no introduction. 

Coach Linda takes home a win in the second race

  • The race on October 14th is organized by ADCRC, and invites all female jokeys to partake 
  • the race is part of C1 Championship, a 5 race series over 6 months.

The races are sponsored by Jeep, Zabeel Feed Mills, and Al Ain Farms.

Support the ADCRC Riders through social media and follow their success in international races.

Join for our race festival with Burgers, Gelato and Specialty Coffee

  • The race on October 14th is organized by ADCRC, and invites all female jokeys to partake 
  • the race is part of C1 Championship, a 5 race series over 6 months.

The races are sponsored by Jeep, Zabeel Feed Mills, and Al Ain Farms.

Support the ADCRC Riders through social media and follow their success in international races.

group from the UAE travelled to Jordan’s Wadi Rum, where they traversed 100km across the desert on camelback, an expedition they accomplished in three days.

The trip was a test of endurance, says one of the participants Tariq Al Salman. The group has ample experience riding in the dune-filled expanses of the UAE, but Wadi Rum, with its Mars-like terrain and distinctive camel riding culture, presented a new set of challenges.

This is an adventure of a life time. Get to know Wadi Rum, local Bedouin culture, camels and yourself like never before.

C1 Championship going into 3rd Season:

  • The race on October 14th is organized by ADCRC, and invites all female jokeys to partake 
  • the race is part of C1 Championship, a 5 race series over 6 months.

The races are sponsored by Jeep, Zabeel Feed Mills, and Al Ain Farms.

Support the ADCRC Riders through social media and follow their success in international races.

Making history in Saudi Arabia: Team ADCRC ready to compete at the Crown Prince Festival in Al Taif

  • The race on Aug. 28 is organized in cooperation with the International Camel Racing Federation, in support of the development of women’s sports
  • The Crown Prince Camel Festival, which includes 589 races and a total prize pool of SR56.25 million, began on Aug. 1 and culminates on Aug. 28

A team of 8 riders is traveling from Dubai to participate in the race. 

ADCRC has been instrumental in achieving this all women race, by committing to participate and being able to facilitate enough riders for the race.

Support the ADCRC Riders through social media and follow their success in international races.

World Camel Day 2023

We put together a fun program for everyone, celebrating the camels. 

You don’t have to be a camel rider or own your own camels to be inspired by the stories of people and camels, the camels’ ability and so much more. 

In the spirit of the season of Ramadan, join for a sunset ride and break fast in our center.

June - July schedules are out

Our regular riding classes happen in the morning and evening. 

Get your trotting game stronger in the dedicated trot class. Or join the social rides, beach days, you name it, we have it. 

Can't find a timing that suits you? Give us a call. 

find us on google maps

Become a jockey

  • Athletic and ready for an adventure
  • Team spirit
  • Weight: max. 70kg
  • Age: min. 18
  • Able to train at least once per week
  • Jockey license fee: 500 AED plus training classes
  • Local races for C1 Championship (5 races)
  • International races in Saudi Arabia
  • Be part of an amazing team of women
  • Connect with camels and the culture surrounding this local icon
  • Be part of shaping this new angle of the sport.

Start training today and be ready for the season.

Arabian Desert Camel Riding Center

ADCRC is the first licensed camel riding center in Dubai, and in the region, dedicated to train riders in the skills of camel riding and handling, following traditional forms of riding and modern adaptation, incorporating aspects of animal welfare, education and of course Arab hospitality.

At the core of the center stands an ambition to redefine stereotypes around camels and reignite a passion for camel culture.
We love to see our students learn, thrive and explore, and diving into simplicity and tranquility, that is the core of working with camels.

Located in the heart of the Dubai’s camel farm district, our center offers a unique opportunity to experience the traditional Emirati way of transportation – camel riding.

Our experienced instructors will guide you through the basics of camel riding and teach you about the fascinating history and culture of camels in the UAE. Whether you’re a first-time rider or an experienced equestrian, our camels are well-trained and friendly, making for a safe and enjoyable ride.

But camel riding is not just a leisure activity – it’s also an important part of Emirati culture and heritage. Camels have played a vital role in the history and development of the UAE, and continue to be a symbol of the country’s resilience and strength.

At the Arabian Desert Camel Riding Center, we’re proud to share this rich cultural heritage with our students and visitors. So come join us for an unforgettable experience that will leave you with a deeper appreciation for Emirati culture and a newfound love for these magnificent creatures.

What are you waiting for?

As seen in

With an emphasis on applied learning and group learning, we promote thoughtful and animal friendly riding to enhance both physical and mental well-being for participants.
Learn more about our vision and goals.