Sunset Camel Ride From Alice Springs


From $95

Fast facts

  • The time that the sunset camel ride departs varies by season.
  • Summer season: 1 November to 19 March departs at 6pm.
  • Winter season: 20 April to 30 September departs at 5pm.
  • Mid season: 1 October to 31 October and 20 March to 19 April departs at 5.30pm.
  • Enjoy a 1 hour camel ride at sunset

Experience this unique adventure with a Sunset camel ride of the red centre. A great time for all ages.

Enjoy a camel ride as the sun sets against the MacDonnell Ranges, a signature Red Centre experience, perfect for all ages. Make friends with your gentle camel during the one-hour tour and learn fun camel facts from your expert guide.
Catch sight of native animals and unwind to desert tranquility. Choose the sunset ride to see the colours of the range deepen to a glowing red and the sky shift from cobalt blue to orange-pink. What better vantage point than from the top of a camel? great photo opportunities.
Chat with our friendly camel team about the long history of cameleering in Central Australia, their incredible experiences of catching wild camels in the Simpson Desert, walking solo through the desert with only camels for company, and every day life on an outback camel farm. Visit our camel-themed museum and souvenirs. Light refreshments are supplied after the sunset camel ride. Free transfers or self-drive.

When does the sun set?

The time that the sunset camel ride departs varies by season.
Summer season: 1 November to 19 March departs at 6pm.
Winter season: 20 April to 30 September departs at 5pm.
Mid season: 1 October to 31 October and 20 March to 19 April departs at 5.30pm.

How To Get To Us

Drive yourself to Pyndan Camel Tracks. Located only 20 minutes from Alice Springs CBD. Or choose a free transfer when you book online or by phone 0411358336

Cool Fact

Only camels retain the majority of their body fat in a hump, unlike most other animal species. If food is scarce, the animal can get by on the fat in its hump. A camel’s hump decreases in size if it is famished. The animal’s hump can even detach from its back and hang down by its side. The camel’s hump returns to being firm and plump after a few weeks of rest and nourishment. Contrary to popular belief, the hump does not serve as a water holding area.

A camel’s hump is primarily made up of fat. Strong tissue bands bind fat pads together to create the hump above the backbone. A robust, well-fed camel’s hump could weigh as much as 35 kilograms or more.

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