Egypt Travel Guide

It is a very small settlement with very little to attract visitors other than its great temples for which it is famous.

Located to the east of Sohag, Akhmim is a suburb of Egypt that is sited at the location of what used to be the town known as Ipu. 

Arish is distinguished by its clear blue water, widespread fruitful palmy wood on its coast, and its soft white sand.

It is often referred to as an oasis as it is watered by the Nile through hundreds of capillary canals that were dug in ancient times.

The name of the city is derived from its Ancient Egyptian name Men'at Khufu, meaning the nursing city of Khufu.

Al Quseir has a unique position due to its proximity to the Nile River and known in Ptolemaic times as the White Harbor.

The area is an almost rainless plateau of the eastern Sahara embracing the east-central sector of the Libyan Desert.

The island of El Gouna has several beaches which include the Moods Beach, Zeytuna Beach, Mangroovy Beach, and some other....

Alexandria is a city with its own type of magic. Featured with a unique blend of architecture, cultures, monuments, Alexandria is one of the oldest cities in Egypt.

The most popular winter resort in Egypt due to its warm weather , Situated near the first Nile Cataract.

Assyut was for long considered the most alien place for a foreigner to visit in Egypt.

Bahariya, known since ancient times as the ‘Northern Oasis’,Improved roads and the advent of the 4×4 vehicle has meant that Bahariya is no longer an isolated oasis.

Baris was once one of the most important trading centers along the Darb al-Arba’een, but there is little left to remind you of that.

It is of archaeological and agricultural importance and a vital trade center on the west bank of the Nile River.

Cairo is the capital of Egypt , Nicknamed as the city of the thousand minarets, Cairo hosts a large number of attractions which interest tourists from around the world. 

The translation of the world Dahab directly means gold, and this is obvious in the sandy beaches that lie by the sea which look golden from a distance. With silence and peace.

With a rich and colorful history that has bequeathed many wonderful monuments.

The town of Edfu is today an important center for sugar production and pottery-making.

The town makes for a pleasant morning excursion from Luxor or a stop en route from Luxor to Aswan.

The oasis of Farafra is a triangular-shaped fertile depression to the north-west of Dakhla and roughly mid-way between Dakhla and Bahariya

The Giza pyramids are surreal when you visit them in person. These ancient masonry structures of the sandy Egyptian desert will make you feel like you’ve traveled back in time thousands of years.

Hurghada has become one of the wonderful touristic destinations in Egypt. With more than 300 hotels and touristic resorts, ranging from two to five stars.

Ismailia is located on Lake Timsah along the coast of the Canal, half-way between Port Said and Suez.

El-Kharga is famous for the large number of palm-trees, pigeon-houses, fields, monuments, wells, artisans, and honey-coloured hills.

It’s a pleasant little place, easily accessible en route between Aswan and Luxor.

Thebes, the land of the rising sun, the city of the palaces, Luxor was one of the most important capitals of ancient Egypt for more than 1500 years.

Marsa Alam is located 790 km south of Cairo and enjoys a unique location on the Red Sea’s extended coast.

With long sandy white beaches and crystal clear waters, such as Agiba Beach and Gharam Beach.

Nuweiba called the jewel of the Gulf,  has wonderful golden beaches surrounded by many palm trees.

There are numerous old houses with grand balconies on all floors, giving the city a distinctive look. Port Said's twin city is Port Fuad, which lies on the eastern bank of the canal.

City in central Egypt situated on the east bank of the Nile, Qena is one of the finest cities in Egypt

Ras Sudris an Egyptian town located on the Gulf of Suez and the Red Sea coast. It is a part of the South Sinai Governorate and consists of three areas: Wadi Sidr, Abu Sidr and Seorp.

 During the 19th century, it was a popular British tourist destination, known for its charming Ottoman mansions, citrus groves and comparative cleanliness.

Safaga is a town in Egypt, on the coast of the Red Sea, located 53 km (33 mi) south of Hurghada. This small port is also a tourist area that consists of several bungalows ...

Saint Catherine is a city in the South Sinai Governorate. It is located at the outskirts of the El Tur Mountains at an elevation of 1,586 m (5,203 ft), ...

Visit Sharm El Sheikh for a wonderful vacation to enjoy the wonderful beaches,..

Finish your day by taking a dip at Cleopatra's Pool, where the legendary queen herself is believed to have once swum.

Sohag is a city on the west bank of the Nile in Egypt. It has been the capital of Sohag Governorate since 1960, before which the capital was Girga and the name of the governorate was Girga Governorate. 

Suez is a seaport city (population of about 750,000 as of August 2018) in north-eastern Egypt, located on the north coast of the Gulf of Suez (a branch of the Red Sea)

More than 20 years ago, Taba only consisted only of a small hospital, some local oriental cafes, a few markets, a police station, and the famous Hilton Taba Resort.

Wadi Al-Natron (is a valley located in Beheira Governorate, Egypt, including a town with the same name. The name refers to the presence of eight different lakes in the region that produce natron salt.

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