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We stopped here for lunch on a jeep safari. It's that type of place where the tour guides get fed for bringing you in (which is fine) but it's not a restaurant in its own right.
We had a quick sandwich only and it was...More
We arrived late in the afternoon, shortly before the centre was due to close. The ride was a good experience, but there is scope for improving the customer service. On returning to the visitor centre, we found everything locked up, offering no opportunity to purchase...More
I regretted paying for this activity. I doubt that the camels have annual vet visits - with some of them, their legs almost seem to buckle under the weight of the overfed tourists they carry all day long. They didn’t seem happy or well cared...More
I visited the camels center approximately 2 weeks ago with my husband and daughter.They have camels you can ride on,each camel can hold 2 adults on each side and a child or two,they have like a saddle with a seat on each side.It is very...More
We went there because my doghters love animals and never ride a camel. I need 1h from El Medano by car and last 15-20min were a bit difficultfoe kid because of serpentines. Stuff could be more pleasent (it doesn't hurt if you smile as I...More
My partner and I went here as we love camels!
The transfer from Puerto De La Cruz was approx. an hour.
The camels didn’t seem too happy and the staff all appeared quite bored.
The camels appeared hungry (attempting to eat the plastic sandbag) and...More
By accident we ran into this camel place on a trip in the area. We took the camel ride for the fun of the kids, but ended up feeling guilty and regretted we went there. I have serious doubts on the treatment of the animals...More