Egypt is one of the most mysterious destinations on the planet, Between the Nile, the Red Sea, Alexandria, Cairo, and pyramids that date back to 2500 BC, there’s so much history and culture to experience.

The Pyramids of Giza:

The last surviving of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Pyramids of Giza are one of the world's most recognizable landmarks. Built as tombs for the mighty Pharaohs and guarded by the enigmatic Sphinx, Giza's pyramid complex has awed travelers down through the ages and had archaeologists (and a fair few conspiracy theorists) scratching their heads over how they were built for centuries. Today, these megalithic memorials to dead kings are still as wondrous a sight as they ever were. An undeniable highlight of any Egypt trip, Giza's pyramids should not be missed.

Abu Simbel :

Even in a country festooned with temples, Abu Simbel is something special. This is Ramses II's great temple, adorned with colossal statuary standing guard outside, and with an interior sumptuously decorated with wall paintings. Justly famous for its megalithic proportions, Abu Simbel is also known for the incredible feat, which saw the entire temple moved from its original setting set to disappear under the water because of the Aswan dam during the 1960s in a massive UNESCO operation that took four years

White Desert:

Egypt's kookiest natural wonder is the White Desert, where surreally shaped chalk mountains have created what looks like a snowy wonderland in the middle of the arid sand. The landscapes here look like something out of a science fiction movie, with blindingly white boulders and iceberg-like pinnacles. For desert fans and adventurers, this is the ultimate weird playground, while anybody who's had their fill of temples and tombs will enjoy this spectacular natural scenery

Thistlegorm Dive Site:

Below the Red Sea's surface is another world as fascinating as the temples and tombs on land. Among the many coral reefs off the coast there's also a glut of shipwrecks that have sunk in the Red Sea's Gulf of Gubal and Gulf of Aqaba. Of all the wrecks, the most famous is the Thistlegorm, an English WWII cargo ship that was on its way to resupply British troops when it was bombed by the Germans in 1941.



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Saket Gosavi – October 27, 2020:

What an incredible adventure taking in the magnificent ancient history of Egypt! Our travel agent was fantastic! He taught us so much history whilst making the trip so much fun with many laughs along the way! Nubian dinner was a highlight. Overnight trains are not luxury but adequate. I highly recommend this trip!

Chaitanya – September 18, 2019:

We saw all of the essentials of Egypt. The hotels were great! We really enjoyed our time in Egypt. The Nile cruise was such a nice way to relax amongst the mayhem. We learnt a lot because of our knowledgeable guide. She was there for us at any time if we needed anything, was so helpful in getting us back to Cairo as we needed to leave before the borders closed. We are just sad that our time was cut short due to covid 19 but appreciate all the support we got while dealing with it!

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