While vacationing in Cabo, you should definitely dedicate one day to a camel safari cabo trip. There are many trips you can choose from, and this safari trip will surely become the highlight of your vacation. Camel rides and camel safaris represent some of the most interesting and at the same time unusual things you can experience while in beautiful Cabo. For example, a camel ride on the beach is an incredible tour that will stay with you for a very long time. During such a beach camel ride you will be able to enjoy the fabulous views of the Pacific Ocean. Can you imagine something more majestic?
Camel safari Cabo is the best type of adventure you can experience on your vacation. Typically, such a tour is approximately 2 hours long, and round trip transportation is included. The tour may also include a delicious local buffet lunch, water for the trip, helmets, the desert safari ride, and sometimes even a tequila tasting class and a short visit to the Tequila museum.
Some tips to keep in mind before embarking on your great camel safari adventure
- Always listen to the guide and do what he tells you. When you mount a camel, this is a first in your lifetime experience so you need to pay attention and learn how to do it correctly. Expert guides are there to instruct tourists exactly how to behave and what to do to enjoy the best possible experience.
- Remember to put on sunscreen, and wear pants and socks. As you ride on a camel, there is friction between your legs and the skin of the camel. Therefore, wearing long socks will help keep away any skin irritations that may occur.
- Ensure your camera or your phone is somehow tied to you/ your wrist. You do not want to experience trying to pick up a camera that falls on the ground. Camels are extremely tall, getting off and on again just to retrieve your camera is not the most comfortable experience. Just in case, you should also carry some sort of painkiller with you…riding on the back of a camel for half an hour with bad knees or joints is not the best idea without an Aspirin!