The last surviving of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Pyramids of Giza are one of the world’s most recognizable landmarks and most wondrous sight and an undeniable highlight of any Egypt trip.
Is one of Egypt’s top experiences and the most relaxing way to see the temples that stud the banks of the river on the route between Luxor and Aswan.
It contains the world’s largest collection of Egyptian artifacts. The museum is unique in its presentation of the whole history of Egyptian civilization, especially of antiquities of the Pharaonic and Greco-Roman periods.
Below the Red Sea’s surface is another fascinating world. The coral reefs are renowned among scuba divers for both the soft corals on display and the vast amount of sea life, ranging from colorful reef fish and nudibranchs, to sharks, dolphins, turtles, rays, and even dugongs.
One of Ancient Egypt’s grandest building projects located in Luxor town. It was the house of the gods, and its glories were to be feted by all.
Islamic Cairo is the historic heart of Cairo. This area contains one of the largest collections in the Islamic world, including Al-Azhar mosque, Salah El-Din Citadel, shopping in Khan el-Khalili, and Al-Rifa’I mosque.