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Cairo

 
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Cairo is Egypts capital it means the Victorious city It is located on both banks of the nile river near the head of the rivers delta in northern Egypt, where east meets the west. Cairo Combining the exoticism of one & the sophistication of the other. Cairo is the largest city in Africa & the heart of the Arab world. Cairo strikes one as a land vivid contrasts. Its ancient civilization, unique history & Culture blend harmoniously with the modern refinements of the 20th century. A center culture, social, intellectual, economic, political activity & consider a commercial center of the Arab world. Place of the three religions where you see the first Mosque in Egypt Amr Ibn Al-Ass , Abu Serga chur...
 

Roman Amphitheatre in Alexandria

 
Roman Amphitheatre in Alexandria The Roman Amphitheatre was found buried, quite literally, under a pile of rubble Kom-el-Dikkah'. Unearthed beneath a Napoleonic era fort, it's the only known example of a typically circular Roman theatre in all of Egypt. Source:http://www.egypt.travel/index.php...
 

Aswan

 
Aswan Location:
Aswan is Egypts premier inter resort offering a delightful, natural beauty, a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere with a warm and dry climate. A wide variety of ancient monuments and the peaceful beauty of the countryside draw visitors here throughout the winter months. Lying 899 km south of Cairo , it has long been known as the Gate of Africa. The contact point between Arabian, North Africa and sub-Saharan cultures. Much of its charms come from the Nile River, which runs through it, as well as from a number of small lush islands in the Nile, such as the Elephantine island It is considered one of the oldest inhabited places in Aswan, a center of worship during the Pharaonic era . South of Aswan st...
 

Kom Ombo

 
Kom Ombo The Town of Kom Ombo is located about 41 miles south of Idfu. Kom Ombo is the ancient site of Ombos, which is from the ancient Egyptian word 'nubt', which means 'City of Gold'. It has been occupied since prehistoric times. In ancient Egypt, the city was important to the caravan routes from Nubia and various gold mines. The local industry is primarily agriculture, including irrigated sugar cane and corn. Besides the native Egyptians, there is a large population of Nubians who were displaced from their land when Lake Nasser was created. It is a nice place to visit, but is usually a day trip from Aswan...
 

El Gouna

 
El Gouna El Gouna is a complete holiday destination offering all the services required for a hassle-free vacation. A state-of-the-art hospital provides comprehensive care including the most advanced Hyperbaric Chamber for diving emergencies. Our private airport for charter planes and the Hurghada International airport, just 20 km away, provide easy access from Cairo and abroad. Full service banks, travel agencies, car and recreational vehicle rental, boat charter, taxi and shuttle buses are all waiting to serve you...
 

Nile Cruise

 
Nile Cruise Egypt is a 'must see' destination and on this trip you can enjoy all the legendary sites and attractions of the Nile in comfortable fashion. The trip starts by visiting the Pyramids, arguably the most awe inspiring man-made constructions on earth. We then head south to the site of ancient Thebes - Luxor - home of the immense Temple of Amun at Karnak, said to be the largest religious building in the world. Across the Nile we visit the Colossi of Memnon, Queen Hatshepshut's Temple and the Valley of the Kings, including the tomb of Tutankhamun. Next we board our boat to Aswan, and spend three relaxing days afloat, cruising the Nile whilst visiting the sites along the banks of Africa's most important river. In Aswan there...
 

Siwa

 
Siwa The area has a nice climate, chilly in winter, hot in the summer and moderate in the spring and autumn. Lake Siwa to the west of the town of is a large, saltwater lake. The area is famous for its dates and olives, and is one of the most beautiful landscapes in Egpt. Olives oil is still made in the area by crushing the olives from the 70,000 olive trees in the area with stones. The dates are gathered by zaggala (stick bearers), who must remain celibate until the age of forty, and the area boasts some 300,000 date trees. It is located on the old date caravan route, yet until recently, it received few other visitors and retained much of its heritage. In fact, until the battles which took place around the oasis in Worl...
 

Bahariya

 
Bahariya Over time, the Bahariya Oasis has had a number of different names. It has been called the Northern Oasis, the Little Oasis, Zeszes, Oassis Parva and the especially during the Christian era, the Oasis of al-Bahnasa, along with various other names. At one time, the Bahariya Oasis, as well as most of the rest of what is today referred to as the Western (or Libyan) Desert, was the floor of an immense ocean. Yet from about 3000 BC until the present, almost no rainfall graces this part of the world, so groundwater is its life blood. ...
 

Farafra

 
Farafra The architecture of Farafra is the old and ingenious one, where mud brick houses stand close together, with narrow roads with roofs. Many of the houses have painted exteriors with murals. Many traditions live on in Farafra traditions that die when locals in towns like this move into nondescript modern box houses. Dresses and shirts have beautiful embroidery, but little is available for visitors with hard cash. Of products for sale, olives and olive oil are of high quality here. In addition, there is a rich output of vegetables and fruits, including bananas, mangos and guavas. Most visitors to Farafra take at least one swim in the many hot springs in town. Female visitors should respect local traditions, and bathe o...
 

Dakhla

 
Dakhla Dakhla is the oasis that lies furthest off the main settlements of Egypt. Unlike many other oases, it is situated above sea level, as high as 122 metres. Still it is fed by more than 520 springs and ponds. 75,000 people live in 14 different settlements, each strong local identities and customs. Only Mut and Al-Qasr qualifies as towns. Before the road came here, Dakhla must have felt like a planet of its own, where only few inhabitants ever came as far as to the neighbouring oases Kharga and Farafra...
 

 

 

 

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