If you’ve never sat on a camel, it’s a fun process of hanging on and trusting that your camel won’t flip you off. After you’ve grabbed the handlebars, the camel will unexpectedly rise first from it’s hind legs tilting you forward before standing fully upright and bouncing you in the other direction. It takes you by surprise no matter how many times you get on and off during your first ride. We all know that camels have humps. In Morocco, the Arabian camels are called dromedaries and only have one hump. One hump that you pretty much sit on for the entire duration of the ride. I’d end up changing position every 10 minutes to avoid having my legs go numb. Check out my cruiser position below.