It is essential that you are covered for your camel ride whilst on holiday as well as all the other activities and aspects of your holiday, to ensure this you must remember to read the terms and conditions carefully. Don’t worry if you have just taken out a policy and realised it doesn’t fully cover you, as you have a 14 day cooling off period with any insurance policy you take out. It may be useful to consider, if you don’t go camel riding every holiday, to only take out a single trip policy instead of an annual policy.
Listed below are a number of policies which offer cover for when camel riding however it is important for you to check the policy documents carefully to ensure they fully meet your requirements.
CoverForYou offer an AXA backed policy which covers a wide range of sports and activities including camel riding as standard.
They cover personal liability claims whilst riding - but not personal accident.
Camel riding is covered by their policy without having to pay any extra premium.
A whole host of sports and activities covered as standard including camel riding.
The main injuries when camel riding are gained from falling off - including head and spinal injuries - so it is important to ensure that insurance companies cover this. However there is the possibility of gaining sunburn, sunstroke and muscle aches and strains. So consider taking along water, suntan lotion and cover up when going on a camel riding experience.
Although there seems to be a large number of risks, camels are generally docile creatures and camel riding can be a very exciting experience.
This content was last reviewed on 21/02/2024