New Netflix Docu-Series Takes Viewers On A Journey To One Of Saudi’s Biggest Camel Festivals

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Netflix is bringing Saudi’s camels to the big screen with their new TV show, showcasing the journey of two friends to a camel festival. Everyone knows that camels are significant part of Saudi’s culture and heritage. This show is the perfect opportunity for you to enjoy a look into Saudi’s heritage, gorgeous cities, and culture as you watch Safwan Modir and Omar Almaeen’s journey to the Crown Prince Camel Festival.

The six-episode docu-series features views from all over the Kingdom

 

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Camel Quest shows the journey of two childhood friends, Safwan and Omar from Jeddah, going through different cities in the Kingdom, to try and make it to the famous estival in Taif. In the trailer posted by production company, The Talkies, the duo is seen sharing funny moments around the country.

2024 has actually been marked as the year of the Camel in Saudi Arabia

 

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From centuries past to modern-day majesty, these “ships of the desert” have carried Bedouins across vast sands and starred in prestigious camel festivals. They’re not just animals; they’re a symbol of Saudi pride, culture, and heritage. Therefore, the Kingdom officially announced that 2024 would be the year of camels. Saudi’s Minister of Culture, Bader bin Abdullah bin Farhan Al Saud, stated: “In 2024, we celebrate the camel as a highly valued cultural symbol, a key pillar of our authentic national identity, and a source of pride in every stage and domain.”

This show is definitely a great way to celebrate the year of the camel, watch the full trailer here!

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