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Camel Rides in Cabo! Best Camel Riding Tour in Cabo San Lucas
Camel Rides in Cabo! Best Camel Riding Tour in Cabo San Lucas
Camel rides in Cabo: Camels are one of the friendliest and most loving animals you will ever meet. When you are with them, you lose track of time and get entranced by their gentle, peaceful and fun personalities. Camel Quest takes you on a journey through the El Tule oasis located at the bottom of our canyon. The tour is packed full of fun and includes a challenge field where you will participate in many games and activities that will teach you about this wonderful species while you are having fun petting and interacting with them. Some of our camels are young and are specially trained to be ridden by kids, making this experience the best choice for families vacationing in Los Cabos looking for kid-friendly activities to enjoy with the entire family.
El Tule canyon is an amazing place; the moment you arrive, you’ll immediately feel captured by its magic. Situated in the middle of the desert, the canyon features an oasis on the bottom which keeps the vegetation lush and green. And of course, from here, you’ll never lose sight of the breathtaking sparkling Sea of Cortez. Upon your arrival to the park, we will introduce you to the camels, and you will get to help us feed them. Then you will partake in some introduction games and learn tons of fascinating facts about the camels. After this, you will go to the loading zone where we are going to partner you with one of our camels.
Free Round Trip Transportation.
Highly qualified, bilingual guides.
Training and Induction.
Food samples to feed the animals.
Access to all the interaction stations.
Free lockers (with an ID, returned at exit).
A Food Combo⁽¹⁾.
After the ride, you will return to the Camel Ranch, and from there, we are going to take you to the Lion’s Den Restaurant to refresh yourself while you view your pictures with your new friends, The Wild Canyon Camel pack!
Are You Ready for the Ride of Your Life?
We go to extraordinary lengths to make sure you’re completely safe while having a fantastic time. At Wild Canyon, we use only the best quality equipment certified according to international standards. The camels are our most loved friends, we do our best every day to make them as happy and comfortable as possible. We also have a team of veterinarians that monitor their health on a daily basis.
Camel riding | Mongolia Travel Guide
The Bactrian camel is endemic of the steppes of Central Asia. It has two humps full of fat, unlike its cousin the dromedary that lives in North Africa and in Middle East. The Bactrian camel is much rarer than the dromedary, we count between 1,5 and 2 millions, almost exclusively domesticated. About 950 Bactrian camels still live in the wild, essentially in the Gobi Desert in Mongolia and in North China.
The Bactrian camel is the biggest camel. It’s between 1,80 and 2,30 metres (5,91 — 7,55 feet) at the withers and its head can culminate at 3,50 metres (11,48 feet) from the ground. The smallest females weigh 300 kilograms (661,39 pounds), whereas the dominant males can reach one ton.
In winter, it’s covered with a long woolly coat that makes it majestic, but if you see it during summer, it will have lost its hair.
Going in the Gobi Desert on camelback is the major experience of any trip in this remote area of our planet. From atop of your mount, you will see the desert as the camels’ breeders of Gobi see it, and will discover the hidden places of this hostile region. But be careful, even if the pace is rather slow, a camel trek can turn to be very tiring. Our advices :
- Make sure of wearing long trousers, socks and closed shoes. You can also put your trousers inside your socks. Don’t forget your hat, scarf, sunglasses and solar cream !
- Sitting on a camel (and dismounting) is probably the most impressive moment. You sit between the two humps while the camel is crouching (this is not a big deal). Then the camel gets back on its feet extending first its back legs (which will make you overbalance forward), then its front legs (and you’ll overbalance backwards). So you must be careful and hold your belongings (your camera notably).
- The saddle is composed of a carpet and stirrups. You sit between the camel’s humps. The camel is wide, and it’s not unusual to have aches inside the thighs during the hike or at the end of it. A cream or a painkiller can be useful.
- The pace of the hike is quite slow. A local guide may hold your camel with a lunge. Even if the camel is a quiet animal and if it’s difficult to make it trot along, it might be carried away. So you must stay attentive during the whole hike and not have a risky behaviour that could frighten the animals.
- If you don’t feel comfortable, your camel could feel it and it could make it nervous. So firmly hold the reins and show the animal that you’re self-confident ; this will calm it. Properly sit, you will also avoid to fall.
Right ! Now you’re ready to fully enjoy your camel trek and to admire Gobi’s landscapes !
Camel Ride and Sand Ski in Dubai
Imagining Deserts without Camel would be like imagining our Lives without Water
Camels are the most integral part of desert, and thus, any tour to desert is incomplete without the camel ride. To give you a complete desert experience and thrilling safari rides, we offer the
camel ride and sand ski Dubai tours
. Camel riding in Dubai has always been attraction for people visiting this international tourist destination, but sand skiing is emerging as a new adventure sport and truly a unique experience for the ones who want to explore the desert in an exciting way.
desert safari with camel riding and sand skiing
is the best way to explore the red sand dunes of Dubai while enjoying a mesmerizing sunset.
Desert Safari with Camel riding
The Dubai came riding is for the ones who want to sightsee the desert while enjoying a bumpy camel ride. We offer Dubai safari came ride tours for our visitors with great refreshments and a lip-smacking BBQ lunch or dinner.
The camel safari in Dubai is not just for adventure lovers but also for those who cannot indulge in the adventure games like sand skiing or ultimate dune bashing. It is the perfect way to enjoy desert at the right pace with calm camel rides Dubai. The tranquillity of the desert will leave you spell-bound.
Camel Ride and Sand Boarding
Sand Skiing in Dubai is garnering great appreciation and is becoming widely popular among the adventure seekers and sports enthusiasts. Using the snowboards, people surf on the sand and experience the deserts like never before. We offer our tourists an opportunity to explore some of the most beautiful red sand dunes of Dubai. You need not to be experienced for indulging in Dubai sand ski. Our experienced guides will guide you through the sport and ensure that you get utmost enjoyment.
Our exquisite campsite will welcome you and will offer a comfortable stay during your half day camel riding and sand skiing tour with thirst quenching refreshments and scrumptious BBQ meals.
|Location:||Al Hebab, the red dune desert on the way to Oman via Hatta|
|Duration:||Half Day Tour (5-6 hours)|
|Transport:||4/4 SUV Vehicles|
|Pick Up and Drop Timings:||Variable (Morning and Evening)|
– Pick-Up and Drop from your residence or hotel in Sharjah or Dubai
– Welcome to the camp site with Arabic tea or coffee
– Sand Skiing or Sand Boarding in the high red sand dunes
– Thrilling drives and dune bashing on the most beautiful and highest red sand dunes in Dubai
– Fragrant Sheeshah (Traditional Arabian Water Pipe)
– Unlimited mineral water and soft drinks complimentary with the tour
– BBQ lunch or dinner with both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes
Camel Riding and Sand Skiing Tour
now and enjoy the panoramic views of the beautiful desert of Dubai while sand skiing and enjoying a camel ride!
CAMEL RIDE in GRAN CANARIA — Maspalomas Dunes
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Only a few miles away from civilization, in the natural reserve of Maspalomas Dunes, a pack of 65 Dromedaries (camels) awaits you for a nice and quiet ride in a camel safari through part of the famous sand-dunes.
The Camel guides from Sahara receive you and choose your camel for a great fun ride in the dunes.
Don´t miss out!
Be a Tuareg in the Sahara for a moment, take a ride on the back of your dromedary (camel) and get the desert-feel!
Admire the diversity of the surroundings, the exceptional contrast in this part of Gran Canaria between the sand dunes with the blue Atlantic Ocean in the background and, on the other side in the distance, the mountains in the centre of the island.
Feel the peace of this place; listening to the pace of your dromedary on sandy paths.
Your guide on this camel safari is native from Sahara and expert in the breeding and training of camels.
Perhaps you are lucky and will have the opportunity to admire a new born camel baby on its shaky legs or, as a curiosity, a white dromedary with blue eyes.
You chose the moment to visit our Camel Safari park with your partner, family or friends. Manolo, Pepe, Ali Baba, Canuto, Macho and Daniel are some of the dromedaries, which leave every 15 minutes for a 30 minute excursion into the sand- dunes.
The proximity of the site and the short ride, give you the opportunity to spend the rest of the day with other activities. Why not go shopping or have lunch in one of the restaurants around Meloneras or the Faro Shopping Center (lighthouse)? Or, even better, how about a refreshing swim at Maspalomas beach after the camel ride?
Our clients’ latest comments
Abigail A.December 2018
Fun experience. We had a great experience with the camel ride on the dunes of Maspalomas
Chloe P.December 2018
I went with my husband and my children and we loved everything. I think that 30 minutes is more than sufficient and any more would seem to be too much. I don’t know what it’s like to ride a camel through the Sahara desert but this must’ve been close.
Holly M.December 2018
The walk was quite short but we took some beautiful pictures. I went with my partner and when we finished, we took the opportunity to stay and enjoy the beach for the rest of the day.
Paige G.December 2018
It’s an essential visit if you pass through the island’s dunes. The guides are from the Sahara and it feels like you are in a movie in the desert. Truly recommended.
Great fun! Worth every penny. Arrive early as looks to get busy.
Kate P.December 2018
That was a great ride! Our camel, Bara was really nice and peaceful. The dunes amazing. I really enjoyed!!! ???? Thank You
Amy T.November 2018
Camel ride on the dunes!! Fantastic tour in Maspalomas
Thomas L.H.November 2018
The whole family loved the walk, especially the children. The environment is ideal for crossing the dunes of Maspalomas. It feels like you’re in the open desert. Highly recommended.
Alexander G.November 2018
The camel ride was wonderful. The worst was arriving at the camel site.
lily K.O.November 2018
High quality and a great vale. For 13 euros you can go for a ride, enjoy the environment and the surrounding palm trees and more. We went as a group of 8 people and although we had to wait some time, the weather was very cool on the path.
Chelsea R.November 2018
Highly recommended. My girlfriend and I decided to try it because some friends suggested it to us a few months back, and it was fantastic. When we arrived there was no one else there and we didn’t have to wait.
Reece P.November 2018
Something different and a stone’s throw from the area of Meloneras where we were. The only downside was that it was not easy to find the place, but the camel ride was great and we felt like we were in the desert.
Alexandra S.O.November 2018
We went as a group of 12 to ride the camels and we all felt like we were in the desert, with the dunes of Maspalomas and the Sahrawi guides and camels. Highly recommended and very affordable.
Jake V.October 2018
Beatiful experience. Camel ride on the dunes of Maspalomas was just great.
Liam P.October 2018
Wonderful. Camel rides on the dunes are one of the activities you cannot miss in Gran Canaria.
Jack H.October 2018
A must if you go to Gran Canaria. It’s a unique place to do this kind of camel ride through this beautiful oasis.
Louis A.E.October 2018
Pleasant walk and very helpful Saharan guides. We had a hard time finding the place but we got there after asking for directions. However, there was no rush because the camels leave every 15 minutes, which is perfect.
Abbie O.October 2018
Very good price and a fantastic experience. We loved riding the camels through the dunes of Maspalomas.
Elizabeth L.M.October 2018
Although the guides were from the Sahara, they spoke very good English, and the camels were very nice and friendly, and in the end there was nothing of the odour that they warned us about before going. A delightful, authentic ride.
Great experience! Camels are well taking care of and you see a lot of beautiful nature. The information says it is wheelchair friendly which is not the case and not recommended if you ask me. Yes they help you to get in the seat but from the parking place you have to get on a not paved path to the camel ride with a lot of dirt, big stones and sand. Also the location of the camel ride is sand 🙁
Benjamin N.September 2018
We had a lot of fun riding the camels and we barely expected to even be able to ride! We felt like we were in the desert when we rode the albino camel, hahaha.
Courtney H.L.September 2018
A great thing to do with friends. It lasted 30 minutes but that was plenty to feel like I was riding a camel in the Sahara desert rather than in Gran Canaria.
Nicole A.September 2018
My husband, my daughter and I took a ride on the backs of these animals! Mine was nothing short of Ali Baba, hahaha.
Charles P.A.September 2018
For 13 euros per person and 8 euros per child, it is worth a try. It’s not every day that my family and I enjoy a day in an authentic landscape of dunes and oases. I recommend sun protection for the children, with 30 minutes of sun exposure to protect them from.
Christopher T.September 2018
The camels were very calm, well-trained and under control by the guides, who, as we talked to them, said they were all Sahrawi. The downside was that when we parked the car, we had to do many laps of the area to find the exit point of the tour. The best and most direct way is to just ask for Maspalomas Pond, and it is right there.
Good fun and amazing views of the mountains.
Morris KSeptember 2018
It has been an amazing experience for me and the family. I will recommend this ride if you want to enjoy something different in the desert. The price was affordable.
Charles T.O.August 2018
Wonderful, I went with my wife and children. Even the smallest of my children, who is 17 months old, rode with us. It felt like we were riding a camel in the desert instead of in Gran Canaria.
David H.D.August 2018
The guides were very well organized. It wasn’t complicated and customers were arriving as others were leaving. A lovely walk.
Rhys D.August 2018
Good activity for less sunny days. My son and I were in the front of the line and it was the best for the extra room and views we had. I advise trying to get the first camel leading the caravan.
Soraia F.August 2018
Absolutely amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The guides were very professional, enthusiastic and customer service was perfect. The camels were also friendly, we got so many amazing pictures with them 😀 would highly recommend this experience and would most certainly experience it again myself.
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Camel Safari Duna Oasis is located at the Avenida Oceania, near the Charca de Maspalomas (pond), in walking distance of the light house (Faro de Maspalomas).
You can also reach us easily by bicycle, car , taxi or public bus-transport.
Travelling by car, come to the Cristobal Colón roundabout (on the road from Maspalomas to Maspalomas Lighthouse). Once there, turn left and go down a small hill until you see another roundabout. Take the first exit to the right (the sign says Parking de Maspalomas) and drive along this road (Touroperador Tui Avenue) for about 2 km until you reach the Parking de Maspalomas. Here you will be able to park in the street or within the car park. On the left-hand side, about 100 metres away, you will see a street that is closed to traffic, through which you should walk about 150 metres towards the canal and the bridge. On the right-hand side, about 100 metres away, you will see the camels.
Public buses to the Faro (lighthouse) of Maspalomas (GLOBAL Buslines)
Maspalomas Lighthouse Bus Station. From there, you have to go towards the Hotel Palm Beach down the Street until you reach the canal, and from there go along the canal for about 300 metres until you almost reach the first bridge.
05 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria — Bahía Feliz — San Agustín — Playa del Inglés — Maspalomas
25 Bahía Feliz — San Agustín — Playa del Inglés — Maspalomas
30 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria — Aeropuerto — Bahía Feliz — San Agustín — Playa del Inglés — Maspalomas
32 Puerto de Mogán — Meloneras — Playa del Inglés — Maspalomas
33 Playa del Inglés — Maspalomas — Meloneras — Maspalomas — Arguineguín — Puerto Rico — Amadores — Taurito — Puerto de Mogán
36 Bahía Feliz — San Agustín — Playa del Inglés — Maspalomas
39 Playa del Inglés — Maspalomas — Puerto Rico — Amadores
41 Bahía Feliz — San Agustín — Playa del Inglés — Maspalomas
50 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria — Maspalomas
66 Aeropuerto — Bahía Feliz — San Agustín — Playa del Inglés — Maspalomas
70 Palmitos Park — Maspalomas — Meloneras — Arguineguín — Puerto Rico
90 Telde — Aeropuerto — Bahía Feliz — San Agustín — Playa del Inglés — Maspalomas
Are there any restrictions for camel riding?
Only people who weigh up to 110 kg may go.
Are there any age restrictions?
There are no age restrictions. Babies and children up to 3 years old go on the ride accompanied by their mother or father.
Can people in wheelchairs do the ride?
Yes, no problem. If the person is unable to take a few steps from the wheelchair to reach the camel, he or she is lifted in order to sit on the camel.
What are your hours of operation?
Everyday from 9:00am till 3:30pm
How long does the camel ride last?
How often do the camel trips leave?
Every 15 minutes
What kind of health care do the camels receive?
All of our animals are healthy and strong. We do not have sick animals working. Their health can be easily checked. Camels are ruminants and are ruminating for around 17 hours each day. A camel that does not ruminate like this is indisposed or sick.
Our camels also have their own veterinarian. All are registered with the Canary Islands government in the Department of Animal Health, where the status of the camels can be checked.
All of our animals have a microchip (which is not required) and are checked every year.
Each year run blood tests and a tuberculosis test are run by the Canary Islands’ official veterinarians, and they are also dewormed every two months.
How long do the camels work?
The camels are ready to work between 9:15 and 15:45. We have 35 working animals and the work is divided among them all. While some go for a ride, the others rest until their turn. In
The Best Places to Go Camel Riding
Credit: Alexandra Bellink, flickr.com/photos/zbellink/
There are a number of ways to take in the desert landscapes of the world. However, walking is exhausting and riding through the endless sands in a vehicle leaves something to be desired. This leaves only one option — camel riding. A leisurely trek swaying back and forth on the back of the camel is easily the best way to experience any desert. Camel riding tours are popular in Africa and the Middle East, but camel tours are also pretty well known in some places in the world that visitors might not expect.
Credit: Cait, flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/
With a history of nomadic Berbers that lived and died on camelback, Morocco is still the number one place to go for camel riding tours. Not only will visitors find them in plenty, but a trek through Saharan dunes that rise as high as 50 metres off the ground is a thrilling experience. Camel treks in Morocco can last anywhere from two days to two weeks traversing the desert. Visitors can take in a stunning sunrise on top of a sand dune or sit down for an evening meal in one of the few nomadic Berber camps left today. Most who visit Morocco like to live like a sheik, but going for a camel ride through the landscape provides a look at the country’s best preserved natural landscape and can gives visitors a chance to experience the enduring culture of the desert dwellers.
Credit: Ollie Harridge, flickr.com/photos/olliethebastard/
Right alongside Morocco, Egypt is one of the most well known destinations for camel trekking in the world. Visitors can enjoy camel treks as they weave between the Great Pyramids, trace along the Nile River or travel deeper into Egypt than most people ever see. One of the biggest highlights of a camel trek through Egypt’s Sinai desert is visiting one of the few oasis areas. The green grass and blue water sit in stark contrast to the red, orange and yellow of the surrounding desert. Like in Morocco, those who venture into Egypt’s desert on multi-day camel treks are treated to the culture and customs of the Bedouin people who are frequent hosts to tours passing through their paths.
Credit: Josh Janssen, Flickr.com/photos/mediaflex/
As one of the most surprising places to find camels, Australia actually has quite a herd at their disposal. Camels where brought to the island nation during early colonization due to their advantage over horses in dry climates. Today, the tradition of camel riding through the outback remains a strong one. While Broome in Western Australia is the most popular place for camel rides, a trip to the Northern Territory is a must. Treks through the Northern Territory are literally off the beaten path, as there really is no path to follow. Camel treks provide the opportunity to reach some of the most remote regions of the outback for bushwalks or just to take in the sights. Some treks will even extend as far as the Queensland border, taking animals and people through rivers, lake systems and sprawling desert plains.
Credit: Morten Knutsen, flickr.com/photos/slengfjes
Although many popular camel treks take place just to the north in the Gobi desert, the lush country of China outside of the desert also holds a fascinating camel trek of its very own. Visitors to China can trace the country’s Silk Road on camel back the same way many ancient merchants did. While taking in the rare sights of China, the camel treks down the Silk Road make stops at the ancient town of Dunhuang, the ruins of Tumenguan and concludes in the southern town of Hechang, just outside of the metropolis of Chengdu. While many think of China of having more of a history with horses rather than the camel, this beast of burden actually played a massive role in the development of transport throughout China’s long and epic history. It was the camel that helped connect China to Europe and riding a camel down the legendary Silk Road is to literally take a step back in time to experience history.
Nick Holland, flickr.com/photos/nic1/4069108771/
Kenya is world famous for its amazing array of wildlife. It offers an absolutely stunning array of safari experiences that allow visitors to spot elephants, lions, zebra and much more. However, one of Kenya’s best kept secrets is its incredible opportunity for camel safari. Touring the area around Ngorongoro Crater, the five day camel safari is the perfect experience for those that crave real adventure. Visitors can choose to walk beside their camel mounts or ride them the entire way as they spot Kenya’s native wildlife at a safe distance for both man and camel. Unlike other camel tours, visitors will be treated to the constant sounds of African wildlife as they ride and make camp for the night. It is an experience that they will find on no other camel trek throughout the world.
Have you ever been camel riding? Where did you try it?
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We arranged a trek with Dunes and Desert Exploration who picked us up from our Riad at agreed time and drove us to the Palm Grove 30 minutes away from the Medina.
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The camels were very friendly. I made friends with one and kept stroking her nose and when I stopped, she kept nudging me to carry on. Very demanding.
Some were more fashionable than others.
This one month old baby Maya was so adorable and looking for her mommy to be fed at any given opportunity.
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