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 The Nile Valley is home to the Valley of the Kings, the iconic Pyramids, the majestic Sphinx and the stunning temples of Luxor and Karnak. Explore the cradle of civilization and sail the world’s longest river. Visit the Nile Valley and marvel at the wonders of the Ancient Egyptians. There is nothing in the world like it.

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Nile Valley:

Home of the Valley of the Kings

 The Nile Valley is home to the Valley of the Kings, the iconic Pyramids, the majestic Sphinx and the stunning temples of Luxor and Karnak. Explore the cradle of civilization and sail the world’s longest river. Visit the Nile Valley and marvel at the wonders of the Ancient Egyptians. There is nothing in the world like it.

 

 

Cairo

Luxor

Aswan

 Abu-Simbel

 

 The White Med

Experience a Different Side of Egypt

On the pristine coastline of the White Med you’ll find the right mix of resorts, cultural attractions, sports activities, and small town charm. The White Med runs from El Alamein to the small harbour town of Masra Matruh. Visit Alexandria to see Pompey’s Pillar, El Alamein to see the site of a major World War II battle and take an overnight trip to Cairo to see the Pyramids before you return to the comfort of your seaside resort at the White Med.

North Coast

Marsa Matrouh

El-Alamein

 Red Sea Riviera

The Egyptian Coast

Revel under the sun in the Red Sea Riviera and enjoy some of the best seaside and family activities in eastern Egypt. Located near the Eastern Desert and south of the Sinai, the Red Sea Riviera is a long coastal area full of beautiful beaches that lead to the Red Sea. Here you'll be able to swim among dolphins, dugongs and an overwhelming number of flora and fauna.

The year-round sunshine on the Egyptian Red Sea makes it a perfect diving destination at any time of the year. Even in the first 3 months of the year, when water temperatures range from 21 to 22 degrees, you can still swim, snorkel or dive in the crystal blue waters.

You can take to a touristic hot spot destination and stay in any of the year round international hotels at Sharm El Sheikh. In the pleasant climate of Hurghada, you can go underwater fishing, snorkeling, camping, and visit the world’s largest aqua-culture museum.

Unwind in El Gouna at luxury hotels set among gorgeous mountains and crystal clear waters. Go diving, fishing and sightseeing at Marsa Alam. Connect with the friendly locals of a charming fishing village called Dahab. Marsa Alam and Safaga are well known therapeutic destinations sites. Safaga in particular is said to be one of the best locations in the world for curing psoriasis.

Dive into a giant aquarium to see a multicoloured world built by an army of builders- the corals. In the Red Sea Riviera your options are endless.

Taba

Ain Sukhna

Nuweiba

Dahab

Sharm El Sheikh

El Gouna

Hurghada City

Safaga

Sahl Hasheesh

Soma Bay

Makadi Bay

Marsa Alam

 The Western Desert

Travel through miles and miles of golden dunes. See uncanny rock formations and rest at precious oases- take a safari into the Western Desert. The Western Desert is 262, 000 square miles of dunes, canyons, oases, mountainous plateaus, and valleys that span most of land west of the Nile Valley. Once you reach the White Desert, sand and black rocks give way to the awe inspiring sight of a magical landscape full of strange limestone concretions that are shaped like giant mushrooms, fjords and icebergs.  Quench your thirst at any of the five oases. Do not miss a chance to see what inspired the religion of the Ancient Egyptians; unravel a layer of the mystery- tour the desert.

Siwa Oasis

Bahariya Oasis

Black Desert

The White Desert

Farafra Oasis

Dakhla Oasis

Kharga Oasis

Gilf El-Kebir

 

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