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Pyramids of Giza

These amazing structures are considered one of the seven wonders of the world and the most important site in Egypt. The site at Giza boasts the Pyramid of Kheops, Khafre (Chephren) and Menkaure (Mycerinous) which are guarded by the mysterious Sphinx, a mythical statue with the body of a lion and the head of a [...]
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Saqqara Pyramids

Memphis is the oldest capital of Egypt founded by King Mina. Saqqara is the ancient site of Memphis city, moreover, it includes several monuments, antiquities and tombs. Situated on a desert plateau it overwhelms the visitor with its Zoser step pyramid the most ancient stone building in the world. Its funerary complex includes temples and [...]
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Egyptian Museum

Located in El Tahrir Square in the heart of Cairo. The greatest collection of Egyptian antiquities is, without doubt, that of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. It is a place of true discovery housing 250 000 antique pieces covering the whole history of ancient Egypt It includes the impressive treasures of the boy king Tut [...]
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Khan el-Khalili

This market can be found within the heart of Islamic Cairo, It was built in the 14th., century AD on one of Cairo’s oldest area, where El Azhar mosque one of the earliest Islamic universities and seat of learning for students from the Islamic countries. Al Azhar is regarded to be the rays diffused by [...]
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Citadel of Saladin

It was built in 1183 AD, on the medial times. It is an enormous stone fort overlooking the city of Cairo that has been used in many battles. Today, it is home to mosques, palaces and museums including the Alabaster Mosque built by Mohamed Ali the Great which is a replica of Sultan Ahmed Mosque [...]
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Coptic Cairo

Christian monuments in old Cairo have a religious and historic importance. Christianity is a transitional period between Pharaonic and Islamic periods. The Coptic Museum contains a collection of rare antiquities. The Church of Abou Serga close to the Coptic museum dates back to the 4th century A.D. It is built in the Basilica style above [...]
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Fayum Oasis

South West Cairo, lies Fayum a depression in the Western desert, It gets its water supply from the Nile river through Bahr Yousef. from Bahr Yousef. It has its own pharaonic , Greco roman , Coptic and Islamic culture , history and monuments. The mixture of desert and agriculture makes it an outstanding destination In [...]
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Alexandria Library

This historical library was burnt down in 48 BC during a battle between Romans and Egyptians. It has been recently rebuilt by the Egyptian government with the outstanding help and cooperation of the UNESCO. The library contains a vast amount of books and scriptures, as well as an exceptional museum with a rich variety of [...]
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Catacombs of Kom el-Shouqafa

It was built on three levels and carved into the rock 100 feet deep. What is most impressive about the catacombs is that although the motifs on the tombs are from the ancient Egyptian period, the architecture is Greco-Roman style, this blend makes them unique.
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Qaitbey Fortress

It was built in the 15th century, on the northern tip of the Eastern port on the site of the ancient Pharos (lighthouse) which was among the seven wonders of the ancient world. Its naval museum revitalizes the marine heritage of Alexandria.
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Hurghada Safari

An Excursion into the desert in this area that abound in large mountain chains, the most beautiful in the world due to their different shapes and colours, in addition to several valleys and natural springs. Safari tours by Four by four Jeep or camel ride is without doubt a unique adventure within this vast desert. [...]
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Hurghada Sea Trip

We can take you by boat to one of the islands of the red sea, which is known for its coral reef and relaxing beach. Relax and have nice tan. Snorkeling equipment are provided and lunch is included on the boat.
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Hurghada Submarine

Fantastic underwater sight from the large panoramic windows of the glass bottom submarine as you cruise under the sea. You can witness all the wonders of this exquisite underwater life. Excellent opportunity to see the underwater life without getting wet.
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Hurghada Snorkeling

Another great day out sailing on the red sea to three different sites. If you are lucky you may get the chance to see dolphins in the wild. Snorkeling equipment and lunch on the boat are included.
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Hurghada Scuba Diving

Egypt’s Red Sea has some of the best scuba diving in the world. and People come from everywhere to explore the underwater wonders, including pristine reefs and many shipwrecks. Beach vacation as well as scuba diving have the same destinations. In Sinai you can enjoy diving while you are in vacation . in Sharm El [...]
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Hurghada City Tour

Afternoon drive into the heart of the city with our air conditioned bus accompanied by a guide to see the largest mosque in Hurghada as well as the orthodox church. You will have an hour for shopping and then get back to the hotel for dinner.
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Wadi El Gemal

Wadi El Gemal is located south of Marsa Alam. Wadi el Gemal is an outstanding and striking landscape.It homes important cultural and environmental resources moreover roman ruins, religious, historic and archaeological sites and aboriginal communities. Wadi El Gemal is the third largest wadi in the Eastern Desert draining into the Red Sea. It has a [...]
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Valley of the Kings

Beginning with the 18th Dynasty and ending with the 20th, the kings abandoned the Memphis area and built their tombs in the west bank “ the City of the Dead “ where the sun sets and life fades. Most of the tombs were cut into the limestone following a similar pattern: three corridors, an antechamber [...]
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Hatshepsut Temple

The temple consists of three remarkable and imposing terraces. A tree lined avenue of sphinxes leads up to the temple. Reliefs on the south side of the middle terrace show the queen’s expedition by way of the Red Sea to Punt, the land of incense.
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Colossi of Memnon

Amenhotep III built a funerary tomb in Thebes that was guarded by 2 gigantic statues. All that remains now, are the 23 meter (75 foot) high, 1,000 ton statues of Amenhotep III. Though damaged by nature and human beings, the statues are still very impressive. They are made of carved blocks of quartzite. Due to [...]
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Karnak Temple

Although badly ruined, no site in Egypt is more impressive than Karnak. It is the largest temple complex ever built by man, and represents the combined achievement of many generations of ancient builders. Actually, The Temple of Karnak consists of three main temples, smaller enclosed temples, and several outer temples.
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Sound & Light Show at Karnak Temple

Starts with a historical introduction covering the birth of the great city of Thebes and the building of Karnak Temple. The show narrates the glorious achievements of some great Pharaohs a poetic description of the artistic treasures and great legacy which the Karnak temples enclose.
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Luxor Temple

The Temple of Luxor was built for the worship of god Amoun Ra, the center of the most important festival, known as Opet which lasted for 11 days . It represented the celebration of Amoun RA’s anniversary with his wife MUT. Built by Amenhotep III and Ramses II, the temple’s purpose was a setting for [...]
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Hot Air Balloon in Luxor

Come and enjoy the splendors of the ancient Egyptian historical sights as you have never seen them before. Glide majestically over the temples, tombs and old monuments. See this spectacular landscape from the unique viewpoint which only hot air ballooning can provide. You will fly as a bird high into the sky you will have [...]
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Dendera Temple

Dendera, 60 km north of Louxor, is one of the Greco Roman temples for the worship of goddess Hathor and is still in an excellent condition.. It was built by King Ptolemy III and completed by the Roman Emperors . Construction of the current temple complex began when the Ptolemys ruled Egypt in 330 BC, [...]
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Elephantine Island

In the old time, it was one of the most powerful forts on Egypt’s southern border. The Island houses the relics of stone temples of various eras as well as “The Nilometer” dating from the Roman era.
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Kitchener Island

An oval-shaped island in the Nile at Aswan was given to Lord Horatio Kitchener in the 1890s for his part in the Sudanese campaigns while he was the Egyptian Consul. Kitchener, who was a keen gardener turned his island home into a botanical garden, importing exotic plants and trees which flourished in the Aswan climate. [...]
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Unfinished Obelisk

The Unfinished Obelisk located in the Granite Quarry. Incompletely carved it still lies where a crack was discovered when hewn in the rock. If raised, it would have 41 metres hight and would have weighted over 2.3 million pounds (1 million kilograms) and would have been the worlds largest piece of stone ever handled. It [...]
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Philae Temple

Over flooded by the Nile, it was dismantled and reassembled on Agilika Island about 1,800 feet, 550 meters from its original home on Philae Island. The temple was dedicated to the goddess Isis and is in a beautiful setting which had been landscaped to match its original site. It’s various shrines and sanctuaries, which include [...]
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Sound & Light Show at Philae Temple

Philae has an impressive "Sound and Light" show. As darkness descends on the Pylons and monuments of the island, they are lit by spotlights of various colors producing a breathtaking effect.
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The High Dam

The biggest change on the Nile in all its history was the building of the High Dam South of Aswan. A huge water reservoir aiming to protect Egypt from the floods and provide the country electricity. It took ten years to build it and was completed in 1970 to replace the old Aswan dam built [...]
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Abu Simbel

A magnificent archaeological site comprising two massive rock temples in the most southern part of Egypt on the western bank of Lake Nasser about 290 km southwest of Aswan. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage known as the "Rescued Nubia Monuments". Their relocation is an accomplishment realized by the UNESCO The relocation of [...]
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