Aswan

Aswan Egypt's southernmost city, Aswan occupies an enviable position on the First Cataract of the Nile, where the river's mighty waters flow around the granite-clad Elephantine Island steeped in palm groves and tropical plants. Small enough to navigate on foot and graced with a beautiful setting and little rain, Aswan has long been a favourite

Felucca Cruise

Felucca Cruise Simply constructed, feluccas are traditional sailboats that have been navigating the Nile for centuries. Our feluccas usually depart from Aswan and sail along to Edfu (south of Luxor), although sometimes we reverse the route and sail the other way. From the boat guests can immerse themselves in the sights and sounds of Nile

Luxor

Luxor Breathtaking in both size and complexity, Luxor is described as the "world's greatest open air museum" and showcases all that is left of the Ancient city of Thebes. Despite a rather turbulent past few decades, the site is currently fully operational and an increased emphasis on security has made visiting this ancient city safer

Alexandria

Alexandria Situated on the Mediterranean coast, in the North of Egypt, Alexandria is one of the country's biggest and most important cities as well as a region imbued with ancient myth and legend. Founded by Alexander the Great around 2500 years ago, the city was, at one point, the cultural and educational center of the

Marsa Alam

Marsa Alam Travel to Egypt Egypt is a country of contrasts, old and new blending together, tall minarets & modern buildings are standing together with huge temples & great pyramids & this can be seen everywhere on a daily basis. Truly a country rich in History and Culture, the prices are reasonable, although they do

Hurghada

Hurghada Once a tiny fishing village unknown to the rest of the world, Hurghada took on a growth explosion thanks to tourism in the 1980s and nowadays is one of Egypt's most popular Red Sea resorts. In reality, the Hurghada of today comprises three main centres and numerous self-contained tourist villages. To the north, lies

Pyramids of Giza

Pyramids of Giza About Pyramids of Giza Known as Cheops, Chephren and Mycerinus, the legendary Pyramids of Giza are the only remnants of the ancient Seven Wonders of the World and are, today, among the most famous and oldest attractions in the world. A highly skilled group of mathematicians, masons, surveyors and stonecutters were behind

Simbel Sun Festival in Egypt

Simbel Sun Festival in Egypt Home to some of the most staggeringly impressive and intricate rock carvings in the country, and possibly the world, Abu Simbel is a place of wonder and excitement and should be a stop on any Egyptian itinerary. Located in the Southern part of the country, bordering on Sudan, the temples

Nile Cruising

Nile Cruising Generally regarded as the longest river in the world, the Nile has played a critical role in Egypt's history providing essential water to arid lands to allow the agricultural wealth that Egyptians have relied upon throughout antiquity. For visitors to Egypt one of the best ways to experience the Nile River in all