Immerse yourself in camel culture and learn about the history, anatomy, personality, keeping, and training of both Dromedary (one-hump) and Bactrian (two-hump) camels with this camel encounter.
- Duration: 4 hours
- Start Times: 6 p.m.
- Available Days: Saturdays
BBQ with Camels in Mesquite, NV
Hear the amazing sounds of a nighttime safari!
Enjoy a night under the moon with everyone’s favorite desert creatures. This in-depth Camel Safari visit allows you to immerse yourself in desert life and experience interactions with camels! Begin your adventure at Camel Safari by experiencing encounters with camels and our other 50+ exotic animals. See how nocturnal animals act in the evening. Then make s’mores, relax, and listen to music around the campfire. The Camel Safari cookout is your chance to have an amazing night under the stars among dozens of adorable animals.
Does not include camel rides.
- Age Restrictions: 5 and under are free
- Capacity: Max. 200 people
*You are responsible for all your personal needs as well as dietary needs. Please notify us of any allergies prior to the event.
Email us to book your party
or call 1-800-836-4036
Open to group events!
Eco glamp at Camel Safari for your next private event: birthdays, corporate events, or just a girls’ night out.
We do not currently give rides to or from any location unless specified in booking through email.
Close-toed shoes are best. Please check Bunkerville weather to dress your best. Don’t forget sunscreen and a hat. In winter a jacket is a must, it can get pretty cold.
Yes, please feel free to bring drinks to stay hydrated. We also offer free water. Please, NO glass and NO alcohol. You can bring food for your trip but most tours do not offer time to sit and eat.
Our animals adhere to a strict diet provided by our veterinarian and zookeeper team, so NO outside food for animals is permitted.
Yes, we encourage you to take photos and share them using #camelsafarivegas. We also love your awesome reviews on Google and Yelp. Thank you in advance.
Contact is based on the animal and the handler’s discretion.