The centre is based around a farm that has decided to promote the protection of the wild camels.
The entrance fee is on a par with other farm base attractions this pay's for all the main activities. The small cafe on site does mainly cold food but does an alday breakfast cooked to how you want it, and jacket poto's.
Once on site there is the camels, llamas and alpacas to visit along with a area with small pets to cuddle. The chalk board at the entrance near the cafe gives timings of 'Meet-a-Camel', Cuddle-a-pet' and Land Train Rides, you can also ride the camels and donkey's along with llama walks which have to requestted at the entrance/shop and is an extra cost to your entrance fee.
The owns are very keen to please and answer any questions that people have and imparting there knowledge to all visits.
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