HHC ACTIVITIES ... ARE BACK
REGISTRATION OPENS FOR TRAINING ON THE CAMEL TREK
AND CAMEL MARATHON FOR EXPATS
Under the directive of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council, the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Center (HHC) has announced that registration is now open for camel training in its two designated activities; that include the HHC’s popular annual Camel Trek as it prepares for its seventh edition and the second event is the Camel Trek Marathon for Expats, which showed debut last February.
No prior experience is required. The training will teach participants to learn the basics of camel riding and taking care of a dromedary. They will also learn how to maintain physical balance during the long desert trek.
The HHC has dedicated a number of activities to sustain camels, as they remain a symbol of culture in the UAE in particular, and the rest of the region in general. As a result, the Center camel’s activities have increased in the past few years, catering to the constant demand by nationals and expatriates.
Hind Bin Demaithan Al Qemzi, Director of Events Management at HHC said,
“Registration is now equally open for training to UAE nationals and expatriates. We have dedicated an online registration to HHC’s website. The number of willing participants and their choice allows us to plan ahead, and assign dedicated trainers”.
“The Camel Trek Marathon for expatriates, which is going to take place coinciding with the Dubai Crown Prince Annual Camel Racing Festival during February 2021, and comes within a framework of achieving the center's goals aimed at consolidating the country's rich cultural heritage and the values of tolerance, among a large number of nationalities.” Hind added.