Save a horse… Ride a camel!!!

Happy Hump Day!  What better way to celebrate than to ride a camel?  Have you ever been on a Camel Ride?  Giddy Up Ranch offers traveling Camel Rides in the Southern California region for any occasion… Weddings, birthday parties, retirement parties, etc.  If you’re not currently planning an event, remember to check our website for locations we travel to and offer the opportunity to ride one of these magnificent creatures.  A camel ride is definitely a unique and memorable experience you will never forget!

Here are some fun facts about camels:

There are two types of camels.  Dromedary & Bactrian.  Our three camels are dromedary, which means they only have one hump.  Batrian camels have two humps.  There are also hybrid camels that are a combination of both types of camels.  These camels have one hump along with a small indentation that separates their front from their back.  Camels do not store water in their humps… their humps are actually fatty tissue reservoirs which can be broken down into a water source if necessary.  Camels are perfectly adapted to life in the desert.  Nature has given them several features which make desert life a breeze.  They can chew many thorny desert plants due to a thick leathery lining in their mouths.  Camels have really long eyelashes & ear hairs that keep sand out of their eyes and ears.  Their nostrils can close up to create a barrier against the sand.  Our camels have two toes on each of their four wide feet which help them travel without sinking in the sand.  Camels have a life expectancy of about 40-50 years.  They can stand over 7′ at their hump and can weigh up to 1,600 pounds.  They can travel up to 100 desert miles without drinking any water, but if they are super thirsty, a camel can drink up to 30 gallons of water in under 15 minutes.

Book a Camel Ride for your party today, or come visit us at a location near you to ride one of our camels and study these amazing creatures up close.

Giddy Up Ranch

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