Saturday, 3 February 2018
Camels at Timanfaya, Lanzarote.
Whilst on a visit to Lanzarote in 2013, myself and my wife and daughter did the island tour which took in many of the visitor attractions on Lanzarote. One of the highlights was the visit to Timanfaya National Park, but just before you go in to the park you are taken to the camel ride attraction. I must admit riding the animal had no appeal so I did not take part, so whilst waiting around for them to return I just took some pictures. They were taken using a Samsung Galaxy tablet.
There are a total of 3 pictures, which can be seen here and on Flickr. There is a black and white version also available to view on Clickasnap via the link below.
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