Alice Springs Sunset Camel Ride

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Highlights & inclusions

Experience the true beauty of the red centre
Amazing rugged outback scenery
1 hour sunset camel ride
Watch the sky shift from cobalt blue to orange pink
Opportunity to see kangaroos & native wildlife
Calm & sociable camels

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Sat, May 18, 2024

What you can expect

A sunset camel ride through the Australian Outback is one of the signature experiences to be had in the Red Centre. As you ride off into the desert, you’ll be treated to a 60 minute tour along a remote track with sweeping views of the MacDonnell Ranges. From atop of the camel, riders have a front row seat to a spectacular sunset that will transform the landmark into the most vibrant colours you've ever seen while the sun dips below the horizon. Filled with interesting commentary about the Simpson Desert and life in the outback running a camel farm, the tour will come to an end at the museum with a light refreshment.

Departing from Alice Springs, these gentle camel ride tours are likely to be a highlight of your visit to Central Australia.


What you need to know

  • 1 hour camel tour
  • Free transfers from Alice Springs accommodation
  • Light refreshments including beer, sparkling wine and soft drinks
  • The tracks follows an avenue of Iron Bark and Mulga trees, across a clay pan flat, and climbs a slight incline to get sweeping views across the MacDonnell Ranges through Temple Bar Gap
  • Almost every day you can see kangaroos and wallabies, many birds including budgies and birds of prey, and often lizards
  • Sunset camel ride departure time varies according to season
  • 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
  • Summer season: 1 November to 19 March departs at 6pm
  • Between August and October, the tour is NOT available on Thursdays
  • Please allow approximately 2.5 hours for the whole experience including transfers
  • Pyndan Camel Tracks is located on 21259 Jane Rd, about 17 kilometres south west of Alice Springs
What To Bring
  • Please wear comfortable clothing that protects you from sunburn, sunscreen, a hat and a water bottle
  • Filtered water available in the Camel Lounge
Additional Information
  • It is safe for children and their responsible adult will sit in the saddle seat behind a child. Children under 3 years old must sit on a parent's lap
  • The 1 hour tour can take 1 to 12 riders
Booking Information
  • Confirmation in the form of a tour voucher will be received at time of booking
  • Upon completion of purchase, please print the voucher and present on day of the experience.
  • For your information, complete Tour Operator Information including contact details is included on your tour voucher

Recent reviews

41 review

Something different and fun! Do the sunset ride as would be far too hot in the hear of the day. Take a hat!

On time pick up from hotel, calm camels a lovely time to ride at sunset. Lady who did the tour didn’t tell us much about the camels or area during the tour which was disappointing as we just rode with no information. Didn’t get back to room until after 7:30 so too much time at end for drinks. Lovely experience and worth Money but not 5 star as didn’t learn anything new so a wasted opportunity to sell their area.

Jane Scarborough over 2 years ago
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