Egypt Tours & Things to do


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Alexandria
Built by Alexander the Great in 312 B.C, Alexandria is the second biggest city in Egypt. It is famous for its Roman remains being the old capital of Greco-Roman Egypt. Alexandria hosts a brilliant weather in both summer and winter, and has been popular for the memorable walks on its corniche. Alexandria is not short of history. Visit the Catacombs of Kom Ashu’afa and witness the blend of Islamic and Roman architecture. A walk to the underground level will reveal the tomb and Caracalla hall. Your next stop is the 82 foot Pompey’s Pillar built in Granite to honor Emperor Diocletian.
Aswan
The beauty of Nile banks expresses itself in the city of Aswan. The location of the old cataracts and Nubian villages. Boat sailing through the river Nile to temples rescued from beneath the flooded river and islands erect for botanical gardens. Aswan has been said to bring you back to your original nature, or as a child some have said
Cairo
Cairo is the life of Egypt. It is the city that never sleeps and the city of one thousand minerates. Cairo holds the infamous pyramids of Giza, the Citadel of Saladin and world renowned Egyptian Museum. You will witness more history in one day in Cairo than in a lifetime otherwise.
Hurghada
Hurghada’s Red Sea is one of the most spectacular scenes you can visit in Egypt The beach overlooks an amazing view of para sailing, jet skis and a variety of water activities. Beneath, is a breathtaking coral reef so vividly clear through the crystal water. Boat trips are popular to the Big and Little Giftun islands as well. In addition, Hurghada’s Sahara desert is a main attraction for Safari Quad-biking, camel and horse riding around the Biblical plains and ancient wonders. A stop for tea with the Bedouin tribe will also add to the full Egyptian experience. The main town (Sekalla Street) and Downtown (El Dahar) are great places for souvenir shopping and a wide variety of bazaars at satisfactory prices. Hurghada is also abundant with restaurants serving all types of food in addition to an unforgettable night life.
Luxor
Luxor marks the most splendid of Ancient Egyptian Monuments. A stroll through this city is a journey through the ages. The Karnak temple is the largest temple in the world built by the mightiest kings of the New Kingdom. The Luxor temple lies on the Nile bank and can be seen from a Felucca in the Nile. Witness the layers of History in this temple, Pharoanic, Roman and Islamic. On the western bank of the
Nile Cruises
Take a 4 or 5 day trip through the banks of the River Nile. Watch the splendid scenery and witness the most serene atmosphere which will make your vacation truly a well deserved break. It is a journey through the ages unlike any other. During your Nile Cruise you will be visiting temples of different eras in Egyptian history right on the banks of the Nile. From the valley of the kings to the Karnak Temple, the Nile Cruise is a favorite for tourists all over the world.
Sharm
At the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula lies the most visited Tourist destination in Africa and the Middle East. Sharm El Sheikh lies on the most remarkable location in the Red Sea, neighboring two of the best known diving spots in the world. Ras Mohamed and Tiran Island are less than a heartbeat away by boat. The lively exotic colors and the variety of coral reefs and breathtaking marine life will lure you into the warmth and depth of the red sea. Water activities range from the heart throbbing and adventurous such as para sailing, kite surfing, windsurfing and Banana boat rides to the meditative and relaxing; Take your boat and sail across the horizon or watch the sunset on one of the most proclaimed beaches in the world.
Siwa
Siwa is the jewel Oasis in the Western Desert of Egypt and the Great Saharan Sand Sea. Amidst the wild tough desert surroundings stands a haven on palm trees, beautiful lakes and history. Still virgin and primitive, Siwa is the location for ultimate relaxation and meditation.