Photo of the Day Qatar National Tourism Council celebrates birth of baby camels By TTG Asia / Posted on 11 March, 2021 12:06 To mark the end of this year’s camel calving season, which runs from October to February, Qatar National Tourism Council has released photos of some of the country’s cutest new arrivals. Camels have graced the Qatari deserts for centuries, having been introduced to the country by the nomadic Bedouin tribes, and are an important part of Qatar’s culture and heritage. Baby camel bonanza: QNTC celebrates the end of calving season with endearing mother and baby images The animals can be spotted in large herds in the desert around Khor Al Adaid, also known as The Inland Sea, which is a tourist attraction in Qatar. For active holidaymakers wanting to visit Qatar’s camels when borders reopen, there are many opportunities to sit astride the animals with Q-Explorer Tourism or 365 Adventures. Culture enthusiasts can get a taste of the nomadic life of the Bedouin tribes through a camel tour of Mesaieed, while those looking for a more luxurious experience can spend the night glamping under the stars following a desert camel ride.