The Great Pyramids of Giza are best experienced on a camel. End of story.
Arguing that it’s better to approach the last of the 7 original wonders of the world in a minivan, or massive air-conditioned bus, will be an exercise in futility.
It may top the list of tourism cliches, however riding a camel in Giza turned out to not only be one of my favorite experiences from a lifetime of travel, it also resulted in some of my favorite photos as well.
But there’s one catch before you can enjoy this epic, time-honored tradition.
You must bargain for your camel. And let me tell you, it won’t be easy.
The austere office of the camel tour business.
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