Help Horses and Camels Who Are Whipped, Beaten, and Abused for Tourist Rides in Egypt

PETA Asia's latest investigation in Egypt has revealed horrific abuse of horses and camels forced to haul visitors on their backs or in carriages at top tourist sites in the blistering heat. The animals are often denied access to food, water, and shade.

Eyewitnesses also observed camels being viciously beaten with sticks by men and children at the Birqash Camel Market before being sold to the tourism industry. Some are even sold for meat.

Take Action Now

If you're planning to visit Egypt, please do not ride an animal or take a horse-drawn carriage ride. When you book your trip, ask your tour company and hotel whether they promote these rides. If they do, explain why they should stop doing so.

Animals are living, feeling beings who suffer in this industry. They give rides only because they're compelled to. Please urge Egypt's Minister of Tourism to end this abuse by banning the use of animals at these sites.

Dr
Rania
Al-Mashat
Egypt

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