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Frequently Asked Questions

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  • General weather conditions - sleeping bags
    We operate annually between May - September. Generally we can expect warmer weather in early May, and late August, September. The cooler months are from mid May, June, July and early August. The below chart offers averages of what to expect. The night time temperatures can drop just below zero in late June / early July. Having the right sleeping bag is important. A good coat / jacket, beanie and socks for around the evening campfire will also be appreciated. If you feel the cold and are trekking in the cooler months, pack a minus 5 - 10 degrees rated sleeping bag. Months / Warmest - Coldest April : 25.5°C - 13.2°C May : 20.4°C - 9.5°C June : 17.3°C - 6.6°C July : 16.8°C - 5.9°C August : 18.6°C - 6.7°C September : 22.2°C - 9.3°C October : 26.3°C - 12.4°C Please note: Review our Booking Terms & Conditions & FAQ Questions pages before booking ​ Camel Treks Australia requires guests to obtain travel insurance as a crucial component of our terms of participation - at the time of booking to ensure comprehensive coverage for unforeseen incidents such as extreme weather conditions, flight alterations, or accommodation issues. Please be aware that treks impacted by these events are non-refundable. Obtaining travel insurance is deemed mandatory for trek participation, and we urge all guests to secure a comprehensive policy covering the entire duration of their specific trek, as well as all travel arrangements to and from our designated destinations, whether within Australia or Overseas.
  • CPAP Machines
    We can accommodate guests who need to use CPAP machines. Please advise us after booking that you will be arriving with a CPAP machine. We park our four wheel drive vehicle next to your swag and require that you bring a cigarette charger lead which connects to your machine and into our vehicle. We appreciate they use significant energy to operate and have dual battery vehicles which can accommodate their usage overnight. Please note: Review our Booking Terms & Conditions & FAQ Questions pages before booking ​ Camel Treks Australia requires guests to obtain travel insurance as a crucial component of our terms of participation - at the time of booking to ensure comprehensive coverage for unforeseen incidents such as extreme weather conditions, flight alterations, or accommodation issues. Please be aware that treks impacted by these events are non-refundable. Obtaining travel insurance is deemed mandatory for trek participation, and we urge all guests to secure a comprehensive policy covering the entire duration of their specific trek, as well as all travel arrangements to and from our designated destinations, whether within Australia or Overseas.
  • Can I bring treats for the camels
    Many guests bring bags of carrots and apples which can be fed to the camels in the late afternoons. Please note: Review our Booking Terms & Conditions & FAQ Questions pages before booking ​ Camel Treks Australia requires guests to obtain travel insurance as a crucial component of our terms of participation - at the time of booking to ensure comprehensive coverage for unforeseen incidents such as extreme weather conditions, flight alterations, or accommodation issues. Please be aware that treks impacted by these events are non-refundable. Obtaining travel insurance is deemed mandatory for trek participation, and we urge all guests to secure a comprehensive policy covering the entire duration of their specific trek, as well as all travel arrangements to and from our designated destinations, whether within Australia or Overseas.
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