Camel Ranch Eilat

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The Camel Ranch Eilat, located at the entrance to Wadi Shlomo, offers a unique and a diversity of desert experiences suitable for the whole family, children of all ages as well as the senior citizens. Breath-taking and fantastic scenery could be enjoyed while taking the tour. The Camel Ranch was established in the year 1987 in Nachal Shlomo, in the city of Eilat in a desert panorama. It is mainly a 10-minute ride from the place of Eilat.

The Camel Ranch Eilat offers variety of tours for all age groups. Skilled Israeli guides that were highly trained for the sole purpose of guiding the visitors direct the tours, both in English and Hebrew. The Ranch is open all throughout the year and is free of entrance.

The Camel Tours include 30 minutes to 2 hours tour with a light snack, one and a half tour accompanied with a light meal, and short rides surrounding the Ranch. Additionally, you could also see a large Bedouin tent, shaded places intended for resting and relaxing, and a kiosk.

One of the most popular activities that you could enjoy in the Camel Ranch is the half-day Camel Safaris, which is perfect for all age groups. The camel track passes Wadi Shlomo, going to the center of the desert to Nahal Zfahot. The entire tour is divided into three sections. A stop for a captivating view of the Eilat Mountain and Sinai could also be encountered. While on tour, the tourists could also enjoy a Bedouin-themed light meal, which consists of Bedouin bread baked on a genuine desert oven, yogurt cheese called labene and herbal tea. As the herbal tea is being served, one could hear the searing sounds of coals. You would also get the chance to hear different stories regarding the exciting and interesting tales of the desert, while having your meal.

The Camel Ranch hosts several events for families and groups like parties, weddings, anniversaries and more. It has been in the business for the past 20 years.

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