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Ever wanted to ride a camel? Meet our friendly Australian camels and go for a ride!

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  • Enjoy a Relaxing Camel Ride
  • Ride past the Temple Gates
  • For the 1 hour Camel Ride : Visit the Turtle Conservation Centre and learn about our attempt to save the turtles.
  • Take photos with the Turtles

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Your hotel (our driver will pick you up and we will advise on exact time upon booking)


Important Information

- Weight Limit: 90kg
- Minimum Age: 5 years old
- All of our Camels can carry 2 persons at a time but whether you ride single or on a shared basis will depend on availability at the time you arrive.
- Please wear comfortable attire

For the 1hr Camel Ride, it is inclusive of the 15 minute visit to the Turtle Conservation Centre


What you need to bring

Your camera!


Meet your host :
Ketut
  • English (Fluent)
  • Bahasa Indonesia (Fluent)

Hi, my name is Ketut and I consider myself and expert with animals especially Camels and Horses. I started off working with horses 10 years ago in another horse riding company before deciding to branch off and start my own company. I decided upon this as my stables are now located in a more convenient and easily accessible area, unlike my former company's location, which meant that more people would be able to take part in this lovely experience and share the passion I have for animals.
I expanded into Camel Riding experiences when I realised that Bali lacked such unique experiences!
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Reviews (2)

  • Clara Clara

    I never thought that I would experience my first Camel Ride in tropical Bali! I'd always imagine it to have been in the deserts like the Moroccan Desert. But it was so pleasant riding the camel past the villages! I was riding Maddy with her brother, Albert, accompanying her. (Did you know Camels get scared when they're alone? I thought that was so cute) The guides and tamers were really professional and nice and you could tell they really cared for the Camels. My favourite part was when Maddy sneezed on my guide!! I had a good laugh (:

  • Rayne Rayne

    amazing! my camel Sahara wasn't listening at first, but afterwards she did great! Sudan, the camel my partner, was on did really well though. He even came up from behind and took pictures with me when I was on my camel! Loved it!