The elderly and people with a disability
Camels are nice animals, who love to cuddle and be pet.
It are friendly and patient animals, who are gentle to people, if you are nice to them as well.
The elderly or people with a disability can also visit the camels because of these characteristics and the activities that we do during a tour. They can feed and pet the camels, give the calves a bottle and if they want and able to, even sit on a camel.
Even if you are in a wheelchair or walk around with a walker, you can visit the camels in the stables!
Camels are very curious and love the attention, so they come very close to you, for a cuddle or some food.
We have two toilets for the diabled, 1 in the presentation room and 1 in the restaurant.
You can have a wonderfull time with the camels, for groups of all shapes and sizes.
For more information about our tours take a look at Excursion or Group Safari!
Guided dogs are welcome at the camel daiy. Dogs are not allowed in the stables but outside, on the tarrace and the restaurant are they welcome.
Blind guide dogs are also welcome in the stables.