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Enjoy a relaxing one hour camel ride over the rich red sand dunes and through the spectacular desert landscape. Witness a gorgeous sunset over Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Friendly and knowledgeable cameleers will teach you about the flora and fauna as you ride along the trail.
Get ready for an unforgettable experience at Australia’s largest camel farm that is home to over 50 working camels. You will enjoy a relaxing one hour ride at sunset that features spectacular scenic views you will never forget. Learn about the 130-year history of camels in Australia, the tough Afghan cameleers and the role they played in the opening up of the outback. Wander through the saddlery and see the camel race track which is home to the Uluru Camel Cup and the trophies won from all over Australia. Meet the outback cameleers, hear their stories and most importantly fall in love with the rock star camels!
This experience is part of the Responsible range because they are ECO certified by Ecotourism Australia.
Your ride will last for approx 1 hour but please allow 2.5 hours for the entire experience.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
There can be up to 50 participants on this tour.
In the event of inclement weather the supplier will endeavour to change your experience to a date that suits you or a refund will be issued if you are unable to reschedule.
Casual dress is recommended, with sensible footwear
This experience is located in Yulara, NT.