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We rode the camels as part of a day trip.
It was a lovely idea and only €6 each. Our guide told us the camels were well cared for and only worked half a day so that made us happy.
They appeared healthy and their...More
Traveled by tour with a truly cat in the hat guide to the Volcanic plains. As we arrived we had the option to ride the camels or hit the museum. About a fivth of us choose to ride them. They were all lined up and...More
Another stop off on my 'Grand Tour' coach trip - pulled up in the coach to find probably around 50 or so Camels waiting to take people on fairly short rides over the volcanic dunes etc......
I've been on one before and had a naff...More
We went with a short south island tour camels seemed happy and well looked after ( not that im an expert on camels) but was told by our tour leader that there are specific rules they have to follow and must have breaks etc. €6...More
Lanzarote is approximately 78 miles from Africa covering 845 square miles. The island has a kind of moon-like look due to the extensive lava fields - beautiful and desolate. On Lanzarote I had my first camel ride. It was great!!
£12 per camel so it cost us £24 for 1 adult, 2 teens and an 8 year old.
The ride lasted between 20-30 mins
The man leading the camels offered to take people’s phones/cameras to take photos at the top of the hill which was...More
Camels are tied together with a chain and they just have few centimeters between them...they are treated as if they were "slaves". It is incredible that such terrible businesses are still allowed in 2018. Please avoide to incentivate animals cruelty
you cannot overlook how the dromedaries are chained together and all have chicken wire muzzles. Sure, it's done to prevent them of biting or spitting at you but I thought it looked too pitiful for words. There must be a better and more humane way...More