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Our my camel humps trip was much more than I ever expected. At first I was unsure as to how smoothly this trip would go but from the very first day the trip was excellent. The trip contained a vast variety of activities and sights to see and most importantly showed us the culture of egypt. Despite the generalised opinion of how egypt can be chaotic this trip showed me all the beautiful parts of this busy country. I believe that egypt is under advertised to travellers and that it should be promoted to the young travellers especially due to its cheap economy.
Stephanie, 25 Jan, 2014 My Camel Humps
This was by far the best your I have been on. Our tour leader Mohamed Ali made it unbelievably special for everyone. He was so helpful and was full of knowledge. Thank you so much geckos and thank you Mohammed.
Cameron, 26 Jan, 2014 My Camel Humps
There’s old, and then there’s Egypt old. It’s a whole new level of old.
Even Cairo has been around since 969 CE (that’s just like BC but more politically correct). There’s also busy, and then there’s Egypt busy. In the cities you’ll see a swarms of cars, motorbikes, donkeys, tractors and bikes running in every direction with no clear lanes or lights or signals or control.
And finally, there’s awesome and then there’s Egypt awesome. Things that have to be seen to be believed. Off the top of our heads: The Sphinx, The Great Pyramid, The Red Sea, Alexandria and this one donkey called Ginger.
Egypt, no one does it quite like you.
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