Egypt Top Attractions
Egypt as a home of the ancient Pharaohs has a lot to offer to travelers. With its 7000 years of history, Egypt’s ancient attractions always fascinated all who watch it, also Egypt Tours did.
As home to one of the world’s first great civilizations and more ancient wonders than you can shake a stick at, Egypt needs little introduction. With world-famous pyramids, tomb strewn Valley of the Kings, and the mighty temples of Abu Simbel, Egypt has attracted travelers since classical times. But there’s more to Egypt than pharaohs, mummies, and hieroglyphics. Take a luxury cruise or sail aboard a felucca on the longest river in the world – the Nile, or experience world-class diving and snorkeling in the Red Sea. Here we have a collection of the best Egypt trips, feel free to explore it and never hesitate to share your travel wish with us:
What about those who are interested in Egypt’s historic tours? I can’t choose a place for them, they just have to keep moving from town to another like Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor, Aswan, and even the far Oasis following the majestic historic treasures, historic churches, mosques, museums, pyramids, tombs, and temples which is everywhere.
For nature lovers, cruising the River Nile will be their main concern.
Finally, Egypt is considered one of the best budget travel destinations around for day tours and travel packages as well.
Cairo attractions draw millions of visitors to Egypt every year, and for good reason to enjoy Cairo holidays. Over and above the Giza Pyramids, Cairo is also home to many other incredibly popular Egyptian attractions, such as the Egyptian Museum for example, and the treasure of King Tutankhamun and thousands of artifacts. Cairo also has the oldest Churches in the world like the Hanging church.
Also, Cairo has many Islamic landmarks like the Alabaster Mosque of Muhammed Ali and Alazhar Mosque, and Khan El Khalili Bazaar also you can take a dinner cruise at night. Besides all the wonderful historical sites, Cairo, as a city, also tends to grow on people. It has a really special sort of charm that you won’t find anywhere else in the world. It is a hectic city; it is a chaotic city, but it is also an enchanting city.
Cairo is one of the world’s great megacities. Full of vigor, Cairo is where you really get a feel for Egyptian street life. No trip to Egypt is complete without a stay in the city Arabs call Umm al-Dunya (The Mother of the World). Find the best places to visit and interesting things to do in this buzzing metropolis with our list of the top attractions in Cairo.
Here are some of the best cairo Tours:
Luxor stands head-and-shoulders above Egypt’s other towns for its sheer wealth of temples and tombs. This was the site of ancient Thebes, the great city of the Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom pharaohs, who covered the banks of the Nile with their mammoth building works and began the vast tomb structures snugly hidden amid the rocky valley of the West Bank. Explore Luxor Tours countless adventures, start with the East bank tour visiting: Karnak Temple, Luxor Temple, then enjoy the West bank tour visiting: Valley Of The Kings, Hatshepsut Temple, the Colossi of Memnon, enjoy a hot air balloon ride in the morning. Take in Nile Cruise from Luxor to Aswan visiting: Kom Ombo, Edfu, Esna while enjoying the beautiful view of the Nile along the way.
Egypt Touring offers Cheap and budget guided tours in Luxor includes Half-day tours in Luxor visit Valley of the Kings, Karnak and Luxor Temple, or Nile Cruise from Luxor to Aswan, Our Luxor day tours is available upon request and bookable online too.
Here are some of the best Luxor Tours:
Spread out along the banks of the Nile, Aswan is a relaxed and friendly town that provides a tranquil interlude if you’ve just arrived from busier Luxor or Cairo. Once ancient Egypt’s gateway to Africa, this is a perfect base for exploring the temples, monuments, and other tourist attractions in the southern reaches of Upper Egypt and the area’s distinctly different Nubian culture. Many of these can be done on day trips from Aswan.
The best way to discover Aswan’s charms is to hop aboard a felucca (traditional sailboat) and view town from the watery highway that once made Aswan an important trading post. The river here is speckled with islands holding picturesque mud-brick Nubian villages and hemmed by the West Bank’s colossal sand dunes. It’s all incredibly photogenic, particularly at sunset, when hundreds of lateen-sailed feluccas take to the water, and the river shimmers in the setting sun. Plan your trip with our list of the top things to do in Aswan.
Here are some of the best Aswan Tours: