Two hundred camels sacrificed in Al-Muasim Abattoir at Mekka Al-Mukarama were examined for hydatidosis. Out of these, 32 (16.0%) were found to harbour hydatid cysts either in the liver, lung or both. From the latter, only two camels (6.3%) harboured fertile hydatid cysts. Twelve (37.5%) of the 32 camels found harbouring hydatid cysts were serologically positive when screened for hydatidosis by the indirect haemagglutination test (IHA). Two animals (1.2%) out of the 168 non-infected camels gave serologically false positive results. Cysticercosis was recorded in five camels (2.5%).