At the risk of beating a dead horse (or perhaps I should say camel) when it comes to camel rides at Giza, I've read that a good place for your de rigeuer photos of yourself/spouse on a camel is at the panorama of the 6 pyramids.
A couple of questions;
1. Is the panorama a certain spot or area at the pyramid site? If so, is it marked in any fashion? Or to you just go until you get a good view of all the pyramids?
2. Does one walk to the panorama area and then haggle (ugh) for a camel ride/photo - or does one get on a camel back at the stalls near the entrance and then ride out to the panorama?
3. It seems that good price for an hour's ride on a camel is LE40/per person and camel. I would guess that a half-hour would be about LE25 - LE30?? Is a half hour enough time for a jaunt out to the panorama (assuming one starts back at the stalls near the entrance) to include 5 minutes or so for photos?
4. Can one wait to pay until after the ride and returning and dismounting at the starting point, or generally must you pay before you get on and then haggle over additional fees when you get off?
Thanks for enduring another question about camels at the pyramids.Edited: 5:14 pm, August 25, 2010