Camel Safari Park La Baranda

Camel Safari Park La Baranda

Camel Safari Park La Baranda
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Connie P
Lauder, UK5 contributions
Feb 2020 • Friends
We attended the park as part of a jeep excursion. I am absolutely horrified. The conditions the animals were kept in were awful. Small, dirty enclosures and tethered so tight they cannot lie down to rest their legs. The best thing you can do is not go to this place, by going you are supporting this practice!
Written February 5, 2020
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LCT
Nottingham, UK23 contributions
May 2022 • Couples
We opted for the hour camel ride and tapas lunch. This included transport to and from the hotel for a total of €38 each. It was excellent! The camels were well cared for and the gardens were lovely. The staff were super friendly. The tapas was mostly all sourced from the garden there including homemade goat cheese and different marmalade’s from the fruits.
Would recommend 100%
Written May 17, 2022
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Ronan M
8 contributions
Apr 2019
I gave it one star, I wish I could give it 0, the animals had chains on their torso and their heads.

It was quite upsetting. Can’t warn people off enough.
Written April 29, 2019
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w161
Exeter, UK9 contributions
Oct 2017
So we went there as part of a combination tour as part of one of our excursions, I wasn't keen before we went and my feelings toward the place got worse as we arrived.

When we got to the camels they are all chained and lying down with the chairs already on their back, at first I thought this may just be because they prepped the camels before we got there. This was until when we returned off of our camel ride they chained the camels back in the same spot until the next set of visitors went on for their ride. So I assume this is how they are kept on a day to day basis.

When your on the camel you literally just walk down a gravel road all chained in a line and walk back up it again. Just throwing it out there I am no camel expert but by the time we walked back to the site the camels looks and sounded exhausted no doubt they had done that exact same walk up and down the road numerous times that day.

Again I am no camel expert but they did not look well kept some having multiple marks on them and looked to have sores on their body. (this is my observation I generally have never even seen a camel before in my life but I doubt that's normal?)

I found the Camel ride a very disappointing part to our trip and will never participate in these sorts of attractions again in the future.
Written October 4, 2017
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westmidsgirl7
west mids27 contributions
Sep 2011 • Friends
had a great time on this trip ,we were picked up by jeeps witch was not what we were expecting.we thought it would be a coach.it was quite exciting to be in a jeep convoy,had a great time on the camels and then a nice meal at the camel farm,looked at the baby camels and took pics.a great day out.
Written November 5, 2011
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Hannah B
Stoke-on-Trent, UK8 contributions
Feb 2015 • Family
Had a lovely day out here. We started by feeding the baby camels, meeting the donkeys, goats and birds. We then went on our hour long 'safari' which was really enjoyable. We kissed Gustavo the camel and then had a tour around the small tropical garden It was interesting to see coffee, sugar, mangoes, tabacco etc growing. I have never seen Pionsettia so large! We then had a lovely meal that was very freshly prepared along with jugs of Sangria and finished with home grown oranges. One of the high lights of our trip. Just a warning - there are two places doing camel safaris very close together. This was the second one along the road coming from the coast. Can't comment on the first one!
Written February 19, 2015
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Thomas G
5 contributions
Sep 2018 • Couples
We visited La baranda camal park as part of a jeep off road tour. The Jeep tour was brilliant but was disappointed to see how badly the Camals are treated. One of them had a harness cutting Into its face. It was obviously in pain and extremely fatigued, it could hardly stand up but was forced to and I'm quite sure It was blined.
The rest of them Cam also legs were bound, preventing them from sure and ingredients. I've lived on different parts of Spain and know the Spanish don't have much regard for animal's, but actually seeing It Is horrible.
Written September 12, 2018
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thewhiteheadfamily
Wainfleet All Saints, UK597 contributions
Nov 2017
On our 4x4 tour we made a stop at the camel park. I’ve never seen so many camels! I have just read other reviews and see people think they are not cared for! I assure you the camels are healthy, strong, good coats, bright eyes etc. The pressure patches you can see form naturally due to camel sleeping positions. Beasts of burden thrive on routine. They would become unmanageable if they didn’t come in to work every day (whether they carry people or not). I inspected quite a few of the animals closely, I did not see anything which was alarming.
It was interesting, the camel man was really informative and I suspect they need every penny of the photo sales to keep going.
Camels are domesticated burden carriers. We may not like it but that’s a fact. They thrive in desert conditions, and are physiologically built to cope with very sparse nutrition. I approve, and enjoyed this interesting stop On our trip.
Written November 8, 2017
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SomersetWendy_P
somerset17 contributions
Nov 2014 • Couples
Well worth 34e the camel ride was excellent. But wear trainers as the ground is dirty .BBQ was lovely and cooked fresh. Well worth a visit
Written December 5, 2014
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Anna S
Tromso, Norway6 contributions
Jan 2019 • Family
Just to see the park, we payed 3 euro for adults and 1,5 for a toddler (2yo), and they even considered taking money for 5 months old, who doesn’t really care.
Whole think looks like a farm, owners of which don’t take a good care of it.
Written January 29, 2019
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