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Egypt Tourism and Tourist Information

Egypt Tourism and Tourist Information Marvel at the majesty and beauty of the Pyramids The Pyramids, the Sphinx, the Souks, the Egyptian Museum… as you explore Cairo and its outskirts, you journey through history. From the banks of the Nile to the fringes of the desert, Cairo combines the glamour of ancient buildings and historic monuments with an ambience that is both modern and...

Visit Luxor

Statue of King Tut's grandfather unearthed in luxor, Egypt What most people come to see are pyramids; museums; the Khan el-Khalili bazaar; a Nile cruise to Luxor for the Valley of the Kings, Valley of the Queens, Hatshepsut Temple, Karnak and Luxor temples; Aswan, including the Philae Temple; Esna; felucca sailing on the Nile; the Red Sea for diving; and Sharm El Sheikh and Hurghada for snorkeling. The...

Cairo Tourism and Tourist Information

Cairo Tourism and Tourist Information Visitors have been marveling at Egypt’s incredible antiquities for thousands of years. Synonymous with pharaohs, pyramids and other treasures from its ancient civilization, it is no surprise that Egypt has emerged as one of the hottest holiday destinations for all the right reasons – sun, sea, sand and spectacular sights. Home to two of the Seven...

Aswan Tourism and Tourist Information

ElephantineIsland along nile, Aswan Aswan is beauty, simplicity and nature. The wonders of this stunning city; manmade and natural, will dazzle you. Rather than taking a bus with loads of tourists to the main attractions, the best way to start your day in Aswan is by walking along the Nile in the early morning to the northern public ferry. This will carry you across the Nile from...

Sharm El Sheikh Holiday Vacation

Sharm El Sheikh Holiday Vacation What once used to be a desert with only few Bedouins inhabiting it, turned into a great diving, entertainment and shopping center! This electronic guide made by people who have been living here for more than a decade will provide you with the most accurate, true-to-life, practical information and useful tips which will ensure you get the most of...

Taba Heights - A Breathtaking Escape in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula

Taba Heights - A Breathtaking Escape in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula Located in one of the most beautiful sites in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, Taba Heights Resort brings you a natural and magnificent setting where the beautiful mountain ranges meet one of the world’s richest coral seas: the Red Sea. The resort’s village and luxury hotels offer you a unique experience of leisure and activities with their numerous...

Hotels Near Dahab

Hotels Near Dahab Dahab is one of the best diving resorts on the Red Sea and is also popular with backpackers and package tour operators. April is one of the the resort's busiest months. The main resorts with the sun-and-fun experience at Sharm El Sheikh and Hurghada, the northern Sinai coast is Dahab, Nawab and Taba. Dahab is about 100km north of Sharm el-Sheikh...

Hadaba near Naama Bay, Sharm el Sheikh

Hadaba near Naama Bay, Sharm el Sheikh Hadaba is a quiet, sun soaked resort on the outskirts of Sharm el Sheikh. Hadaba’s wide range of hotels and holiday villas are situated in beautiful locations on the Ras Om Sid promontory. Staying at Hadaba, holiday residents are a five minute taxi or bus ride to Naama Bay, the bustling heart of beach and dive hot spot Sharm el Sheikh. Hadaba...

The Coral Peninsula of Dahab, Sinai

The Coral Peninsula of Dahab, Sinai The name Dahab means “gold” in Arabic, and where it came from is debatable. Some say it’s because of the golden color of the sand surrounding the area, some say it’s because gold washed down the mountains of Sinai during floods and has settled down where the town was built, and others say there’s a spot at Dahab where during a specific time during...

St. Katherine Region, Sinai Desert

St Katherine's Monastery, Sinai and Red Sea Coast, Egypt Not many people know that South Sinai is much more than just sun, sea and Bedouins. It is also a cultural, spiritual and historical center. The proof for that can be easily found in St. Catherine Protectorate. The St. Katherine Protectorate is an area of great biological interest and includes the highest mountains in Egypt, such like the Mount...

Sharm El-Sheikh Neighborhoods

Coral Beach Rotana Resort Montazah, Sharm El Sheikh Tourism industry in Sharm El-Sheikh is considered the core of development. The development in the city offers an exclusive world of luxury and elegance. A fantasy world of space and style is there comprising glamorous low density resorts, exclusive residential compounds and facilities, unparalleled food courts and shopping centers. Sharm-el-...

Sinai Top Attractions - Sinai Places to see

Sinai Top Attractions - Sinai Places to see Though most people come here in search for good weather, warm sea and amazing diving spots, little they know that this place is an outstanding historical and cultural site, and every person who is interested in history or in the ancient civilizations as well as in the traditions and the customs of the people inhabiting this place, it is absolutely...

Sinai Water Sports - Sharm El Sheikh Watersports

Sinai Water Sports - Sharm El Sheikh Watersports Water sports in Sharm attract hundreds of tourists every month. Why? You may ask. Well, simply because the place is so divers that you may find here wind, suitable for wind surfing and kite-surfing as well as not windy areas suitable for water -skiing. Even if you are just a beginner, don't panic, as the professional instructors (who by the way...

Sinai Family Fun

Sinai Family Fun Sharm El Sheikh has so many activities to offer from diving, golfing, water skiing, go- karting, horse riding, bowling and Quad Biking. Sharm has it all! If you feel the need for speed, but not of the skyward variety, then check out go karting. It’s not just for kids! If you are an early bird and love horses, then take the opportunity to go on a...

Village of Saint Catherine – Galt El-Azraq

Village of Saint Catherine – Galt El-Azraq If you’re going to the village of Saint Catherine, you’ll definitely go there through Wadi Abu Gifa. Following an uphill trail zigzagging through the properties of the local Bedouins, you’ll reach the Pass of Abu Gifa. On your left you will see Deir El-Ribwa, a secluded monastery in the mountains, a little unconventional as it’s much more modern...