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Camel Ranch Eilat

#18 of 72 things to do in Eilat Features Animals
Shlomo River | POB 1553, Eilat 88000, Israel
+972 8-637-0022
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The plan of a year!

My husband and I live in Eilat, a decision made after five consecutive years of vacationing here in... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2017
Bassia1235
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Eilat, Israel
Great Camel Ride!

This was a hysterical experience that made me feel like I was Moses or someone riding in the desert... read more

Reviewed 9 May 2017
Marge C
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Irvine, California
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The Camel Ranch was founded in Nachal Shlomo, in the city of Eilat in 1987 in the amazing desert landscape - just a short 10 minutes ride from Eilat. The Camel Ranch offers a wide range of activities for all the family and entrance to the Ranch is free. . The Ranch has tours for all the family with a range of circuits suitable both for groups and organizations. . In recent years the Camel Ranch has developed into the perfect place for unique desert experiences, including: Group activities, company and individual department bonding, fun days, Bedouin type hospitality, pre-wedding and wedding parties, and much more. . Activities at the Ranch are conducted in a professional manner honed by years of experience with special emphasis on the smallest detail. . The Camel Ranch has hosted thousands of events for families and groups during the past 20 years
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Shlomo River | POB 1553, Eilat 88000, Israel
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Reviewed 23 May 2017

My husband and I live in Eilat, a decision made after five consecutive years of vacationing here in the winter for my December birthday.I wanted to take every tour offered here as well as investigate all of the pleasures in food and activities here. What...More

Thank Bassia1235
Reviewed 9 May 2017

This was a hysterical experience that made me feel like I was Moses or someone riding in the desert 2000 years ago. A super fun thing to do with friends. Our guide/leader who led the camels, was extremely conscientious about us getting on the camels,...More

Thank Marge C
Reviewed 4 May 2017 via mobile

My sister in law has been talking about riding a camel since we arrived in Israel. We found the camel ranch through Internet search and figured we'd check it out. When we arrived, the lady at the desk told us all the camels were heading...More

Thank kilerbyte
Reviewed 23 April 2017

We took the short camel ride (30min) for our 5y old kid and he really love it. I believe the longer ride can be real fun. It is better to book in advance as number camels is limited.

Thank Tal R
Reviewed 6 April 2017

We came only for the ropes course (did not experience the rest of the park at all) and were blown away! The guides were great; took the time to explain to every person how to use the equipment and the actual course was challenging and...More

Thank Karaneli
Reviewed 10 March 2017

... very nice Trips around the Wadis. A special experience is the chance to live like a Beduin. I love this people and the whole Camel Ranch Team. I come back for sure.

Thank Golan82
Reviewed 18 February 2017 via mobile

Visited with my family in february 2017. Ridiculously unfriendly staff, extremely overpriced and filthy. Camels were nice but they have predefined tour hours and of you come one hour prior a tour to the ranch without a reservation, they will not take you. Wouldn't recommend...More

Thank ADAMmaples
Reviewed 14 January 2017 via mobile

I've been here twice. Once for the camel ride, and once for the RZR (mini jeep buggie). The first time we did the camel ride, which was okay. If you're going to Petra any time soon, I wouldn't do it here, as it was a...More

Thank Zeke M
Reviewed 14 January 2017

The ranch offers a combination of a Camel ride in a long caravan and a Bedouin like supper. The guides are very nice and informative. An advantage I noticed is that the camels there are very calm, calmer than in other places I visited (the...More

Thank Gal E
Reviewed 13 January 2017 via mobile

i was a bit late so they let us to watch all the animals (fantastic camels, peacocks, goats and dogs). we had great fun, perfect for short trip. i recommend you to go!

Thank mlvrkhn
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RWMHollywood
Hi. :) We will be in Eilat (with jet lag) for one day next month. My kids (young teens) would enjoy seeing the camels up close. What is the best way to reserve a short ride? Also, what is the cost? Thank you!
11 May 2017|
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Response from Marge C | Reviewed this property |
Ps. To avoid jet lag take No Jet Lag, a homeopathic product friends recommended that now I never travel without.
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leonalyn m
do we still need reservation though we wil not ride on the camels? what else can we do aside camel tour ride?
16 July 2015|
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Response from FamilyFava | Reviewed this property |
Hello. If you are just going to The ranch, you do not need reservations. You can also enjoy a donkey trip (reservation needed) or their climbing facilities. Enjoy Charlotte
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Bjørnar S
How to drive from Eilat?
9 July 2015|
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Response from Arnon V | Reviewed this property |
Drive south on route 90. After the port there is a sign directing to the ranch on your right side. It's a couple of Km into the desert.
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