Camels are found in the majority of arid regions and commonly infected with E. granulosus, possessing a high cyst fertility rate . On epidemiological grounds, camels appear to be an important reservoir for human infection, also few reports showing infection of camels of the southern and central provinces of Iran with this parasite. Hence, it is essential to obtain baseline data concerning prevalence of the disease before contemplating any rational control programs. In light of the result obtained and the current situation in Kerman area and it's surrounding, warranting serious attention for its prevention and control. Moreover, promoting the construction of abattoirs with their appropriate disposal pits, particularly in rural areas, and conducting obligatory meat inspection services and further detailed investigation into the basic local epidemiological factors governing the spread of hydatidosis in the area to establish regional control strategy are recommended.