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At a glance you wouldn’t think that there was any appropriate place to put a saddle on a dromedary (one humped) camel. We’ve often wondered who made camel riding a ‘thing’ in the first place. Camels have a flat spine, but their hump makes for awkward riding without a saddle. If you’re considering riding your..Read More
The camel is a highly misunderstood animal and is often portrayed by the media as a cantankerous creature. As humans, our natural reaction is to either stay away from such creatures or fight them until they comply – because of the lack of understanding of the camels psychology. If we can’t understand the camel, will..Read More
Camel training and haltering a scared camel can be quite an intimidating experience – for both camel and handler. Too often, no thanks to media, a scared camel is misconceived as a ‘really grumpy camel’ or an ‘aggressive camel’. This misconception is one of the most common! By nature, a camel is not aggressive nor..Read More
“Do this course! You don’t have to do all the ‘old school’ stuff, it’s so much easier than that. Open your mind to the camel and learn about them, you’ll just LOVE it! Every camel owner or want-to-be ownerÂ should do this program!”
“Best thing I’ve done in a long time! Great family experience. The staff we’re full of camel information and you could see they love their camels. Highly recommend!”
“I can’t think of any other trip that I would prefer to do in Australia at all than an outback camel trek with Australian Camels. I recommend it to anyone who wants to get out into a historic place where 4wd can’t get to. I found it incredibly relaxing”
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