Wake up for an invigorating sunrise camel ride at Uluru, the heart of Australia’s outback.
Central Australia is home to approximately 700,000 wild camels and supports a thriving camel industry. Many wild camels are herded and exported to Arabian countries for breeding and racing.
Meet our friendly dromedary camels and ride away from the crowds and get closer to nature. Your skilled guides will describe the flora and fauna along the way.
This camel to sunrise tour travels for an hour over big red sand dunes to watch the sunrise over Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (Olgas). Billy tea and freshly baked beer bread is served at the depot. Enjoy the camel story in the display and take home unique souvenirs from the Camel Shop.
Operates All year round except December 25th and January 1. Pick ups from accommodation are 1 hour prior to sunrise (seasonal) and returns 2.5 hours later.
Need to Know Two passengers travel per camel. Maximum number of 40 guests allowed. Please advise if your weight exceeds 220 lbs. Helmets may be provided on request. No bags, fanny packs or large camera bags allowed while riding. Bags and other loose items may be stored for passengers upon request. Guests with disabilities will be accommodated where possible, however all guests must be able to mount the camel unaided. Sunset tour also available.
Inclusions One hour camel ride. Light breakfast. Time in museum and shop. Return transfers.