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The Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum, which holds the largest collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts in the world, is centrally located right off of Cairo’s now-famous Tahrir Square, one block over from the Nile River downtown. The museum authorities keep changing whether you can or cannot bring cameras into the building every few years. If you do bring one during one of the periods when it’s a no-no and they spot it in the x-ray machine upon entering, you’ll have to check it with the guards at the front entrance. However, it would be much safer to check first and then, if necessary, leave your cameras at your hotel for the stroll over to the museum, or swing by your hotel to drop them off if you’re coming from somewhere else.

Before I say anything else about the Egyptian Museum, I must reassure you that a newer, nicer, more modern museum (the Grand Egyptian Museum) is in the process of being built outside of Cairo out by the Pyramids complex in Giza. But for now, what will eventually become the old Egyptian Museum remains THE Egyptian Museum. When you visit it, however, which you truly must on a first trip to Egypt, you’ll understand why I start off by stressing the fact that a new and modern museum is currently under construction.

The Egyptian Museum is amazing, but many tourists are struck by how old and run down it is, how un-cared for most of the artifacts in it are, and how poorly labeled the public exhibits are. Unless you already know enough to spot and appreciate ancient Egyptian relics without much labeling, you would really benefit from the services of a licensed tour guide for a visit to the Egyptian Museum. While I wouldn’t recommend spending your whole time in the museum with a guide at your side, it’s always nice to at least have one take you around for at least an hour or two to orient you to some Egyptian history and how the many treasures laid out within the building relate to and tell the story of that history.

Just like at the Pyramids, cheap licensed tour guides may approach you after you come in the main gate and into the museum’s front courtyard and offer their services. Real guides usually aren’t pushy at all and take well to a polite “no thank you” (most speak English, although there are certainly guides for many other major European and Asian languages as well).

If you do decide to explore the museum on your own, you’ll primarily find a huge array of carved, hieroglyphic-adorned stone artifacts throughout the first floor, including sarcophagi, Pharaonic statuary, and more. The museum’s second floor is where you’ll find it’s greatest and most famous exhibits, including the extensive treasures excavated from the nearly intact tomb of King Tut.

Historically, this boy king was rather insignificant. He ascended the throne young, ruled young, died young, and didn’t have any major conquests or achievements to his name. However, because he died so young and unexpectedly, his tomb in the Valley of the Kings down in Luxor had to be rushed, and it was soon covered, built over, and forgotten about. That is, until it was discovered nearly intact in 1922 by British archaeologist Howard Carter.

Tut’s tomb became one of the greatest finds in archaeological history because when his tomb was finally unsealed in the early 20th century, it literally gave the world an unspoiled glimpse into ancient Pharaonic Egypt. Nearly all other Pharaohs’ tombs had been robbed and cleared out either in antiquity or centuries ago, but Tut’s tomb and all its preserved treasures opened up the world of ancient Egypt to us like none else ever had. Most of the artifacts excavated from King Tut’s tomb in Luxor are on display now in the Egyptian Museum, including his world famous solid gold burial mask and his elaborately bejeweled concentric sarcophagi. His actually mummy, however, remains in his final resting place – his tomb in the Valley of the Kings.

The mummies of many of Egypt’s other well known Pharaohs are on display in the museum, however. They’re currently separated out from the main set of exhibits into a special collection housed in what is known as the Mummy Room. The museum requires (and charges for) an extra ticket to see this exhibit, but it’s actually really neat if you’re into mummies and Egyptian history, since you can look these once-worshiped great Pharaohs right in the eye up close and see just how well preserved their features are through the ancient art of mummification.

When you leave the Egyptian Museum, be prepare to allow a guard at the door to glance inside of any bags you may have brought in with you. Evidently even they agree that many of the exhibits are poorly protected in there. As you exit, you’ll notice two strange things on your way out. A nice new gift shop building that’s completely empty and the remains of a previously burned out building behind it (this may be gone by the time you get there).

The then-new gift shop of the museum was looted during the chaos immediately following the Egyptian Revolution of January 2011 and has yet to be restocked and reopened. The burned out adjacent building is the former headquarters of the National Democratic Party – the political wing of the deposed Mubarak regime. It too was looted and burned out during the revolution, and it remained untouched for years as a national symbol of the revolution and a reminder to post-revolutionary government officials of what can happen if they try to return to the days of political over-reach and abuse of power.

When you exit the museum’s gates, you may be approached by some dudes on the sidewalk selling papyrus souvenirs. While I generally discourage buying souvenirs from those who approach you on the street, I’ve often found that these guys outside of the museum’s exit gates are usually very nice and not pushy at all and their prices are often very good here.

Common Interview Questions Teachers Should Expect

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Teaching is a gratifying profession. As a teacher, you get the chance to help others in big and small ways, teaching them to engage in a variety of topics while shaping their learning process. Which helps kids grow and view the world around them in new and exciting ways.

While teachers seem to have all of the vast knowledge, there are a few areas they need to work on that can help them succeed in their careers. One of those areas involves the process of getting their dream job, and it is successfully answering interview questions. Here are some interview questions and answers for teachers.

Many interviewers will ask teachers questions like “Name your top strengths and weaknesses” or “Please tell me what makes you want this position?” In addition to these kinds of questions, interviewers will often ask others related to working with other teachers and students.

What Hiring Managers Look For in Interviews with Teachers

Hiring managers and interviewers are looking for a candidate’s skill level with teaching, mainly how well they work with students individually and collectively. They need to be proficient with data to measure how well their classes are performing. Metrics are essential to the process.

Another factor to consider is your level of expertise in your field of study and your grasp on the subject matter you will be teaching. Teamwork is another vital aspect your interviewer will be asking. It matters to be a team player when you are working with other administrators, teachers, and staff. Teamwork brings people together for a common cause and works to improve school performance overall.

Teachers also need to be very organized and accountable for their work, including lesson plans, course schedules, grading, and other daily duties.

What Kinds of Questions Can You Expect to Be Asked?

To help you get started, here are some common interview questions for teachers, and some useful tips for answering them.

What made you want to work with children and become a teacher?
This kind of question invites you to tell a story about what inspired you to go to school for teaching, and what motivates you to work with children.

What beliefs and philosophy do you have about teaching, and what is your style of teaching?

An excellent answer to this question would include something meaningful about the importance of realizing that you are an integral part of someone’s journey of discovery in learning. Also, be honest and forthcoming about your teaching style and how you will reach and communicate with your students.

What methods would you use to help more difficult students?
The reality of teaching is that you will encounter challenging students. Hiring managers need to know your techniques for helping these students. An excellent way to answer this question would be to address the issue by meeting the student where they are and support and encourage them to build their strengths.

Tips for An Excellent Interview

Before going into your interview with the hiring manager, make sure you research how the school operates, what their goals are. It’s philosophy so that you can bring an element in interest and passion to your interview. Remember always to be your best professional self, and you are bound to find the right teaching position.

Cairo, Egypt Night Life

Experience The Night Life In Old Cairo

During day time the city of Cairo offers countless number of Monuments and artifacts located in the Egyptian museum, the Giza pyramid complex and old Cairo dating back to more than 5000 years spinning from the ancient Egyptian times to the Greco-Roman period to the Coptic era to the Islamic age to witness, but during night time it is a different story. So believe during the night the city just goes to sleep, but they are deeply wrong as it transforms to the most exciting hub for awesome nightlife. the city is packed with a wide range of highly entertaining activities.

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There are many bars located across Cairo and casinos in most of the five-stars hotels despite the county being Predominantly Islamic. The city is also is filled with many nightclubs that offer the wildest nightlife in the heart of one of the oldest cities on the planet. If you desire to experience a different form of art then an oriental belly dancing show that dates back the times of Pharaohs as a form of celebratory ritual. Accompanied with the belly dancing show is the whirling dervishes which are a ritual spinning dance filled with marvelous colors which were used to worship God.

Felluca by Night and Dinner Cruise

The night time in Cairo is quite magical and even more beautiful if you choose to ride a Nile cruise Felluca . The journey across the Nile is an enchanting experience as you get to watch the sun melt into the horizon and all of Cairo’s monuments sparkle and glow like jewels in the night sky and wear them call your name in the most hypnotic sound.  There is also chance the board a dinner cruise at night and dine in the beauty of the night with some of the most delicious cuisines.


Muizz Street

When you set foot in Cairo, one of your main destinations should be the Al-Muizz street which contains the greatest concentration of medieval treasures in the Islamic world and one of Egypt’s greatest Islamic open Museum. The charming Muizz street was built by 969 AD and holds many castles and mosques the features the masterful architecture design of the Ayubid, Mumluk and Ottoman dynasties.

Al Muizz Street Cairo

Pyramids Sound and Light Show

One of Cairo’s most famous monuments is the sound and light of the pyramids as colored lights with recorded voices of these amazing monuments and the full history of the great pyramids of Giza. it will feel like the monument has come back to life and begin to tell their story.

The best way Egypt can be discovered

You can visit Egypt in many ways, but the most impressive is certainly the one on the Nile Cruise. A journey through ancient monuments, objects and panoramas that exude centuries of history: it provides indescribable emotions to cross one of the most famous rivers in the world by boat. The cruise makes visiting the country’s most important sites and landmarks, legacies that speak of one of human history’s most interesting items. Those who visit Egypt and its wonders are only able to “take home” an indelible memory of all they have seen. Egypt is a continuous wonder from the pyramids to the various temples.



It is Egypt’s capital, one of the most critical stages of the journey. Founded with the name of Heliopolis in the Pharaonic period, it is home to the country’s most prominent monuments. Above all, the pyramids of Giza, on the western outskirts of the city: who doesn’t know the pyramid of Cheops (the only one of the seven wonders of the ancient world that has entered our days), Khafre and Menkaure? And how are you going to forget the iconic Sphinx? And for those who want to retrace Egypt’s history, to discover all the details, there’s the Egyptian Museum where there’s a lot of testimonies and exhibits. It houses the world’s most comprehensive collection of archeological finds from Ancient Egypt.



Located about 700 km from Cairo, it is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. It has 4,000 years of history, and houses Luxor’s temple-linked to Karnak’s temple-located in the city center. Luxor rises where the ancient Thebes once stood at the time of the Middle Kingdom, the capital of Egypt.



Another key destination for visitors to Egypt is Aswan. Through history, the site was known for the stone quarries used for the building of the unfinished obelisk and the construction of the necropolis of Giza. It has also been an important military hub since it was established. The city was mentioned and named by the greatest writers and historians of the time, given its strategic function.


Abu Simbel’s archeological site

another landmark during any visit to Egypt, is ABU SIMBEL 280 km south-west of Aswan. It was designed to commemorate the victory in Qadesh’s war, consisting mainly of two huge rock temples. It is one of the world’s most famous archeological sites.



In Egypt there are different types of cruises: one on the Nile, one on Lake Nasser and one on a Dahabeya Nile Cruise, a two-masted triangular sailboat. The first is the cruise offering the largest number of tours (13), which allows guests to choose according to their needs. Two cruise tours are planned on Lake Nasser, during which visitors can see the most beautiful monuments of Ancient Nubia found in the city of Aswan, such as the temple of Abu Simbel, Kalabasha, Beit El Wali and the temple of Wadi El Seboua, the temple of Dakka and the temple of Meharakka, the citadel of Kasr Ibrim. Alternatively, five tours were scheduled for the Dahabeya’s luxurious journey. The pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx and the Cheops Valley Temple, the Egyptian Museum, can be visited during the trips. Shopping in Cairo’s Khan El Khalili tourist market, exploring Islamic Cairo on foot, diving or snorkeling in the Sinai or the Red Sea coastal towns. And visit Luxor, Hatshepsut and Karnak temples and the Kings ‘ Valley.



Culture, trips, social interaction means a trip to Egypt. But that doesn’t mean the tour has to be a stressful experience: Memphis Tours offers a luxurious 5-star service with a highly trained staff available 24 hours a day to the customer. It is the Nile cruises ‘ last frontier, with comprehensive and innovative services. To find out what you can see during the trip, simply visit the Memphis Tours page, which lists all of Egypt’s most important sites and must-see attractions. The site provides detailed pages on all the cruise package features, as well as providing all the directions for booking the trip.

These 5 things you don’t want to skip when you visit the pyramids of Giza

The Giza Pyramids are undoubtedly one of the Middle East’s main travel destinations. There are four places to visit when you arrive: the Great Pyramid (the Khufu Pyramid or Cheops), the Kafre Pyramid (or Chephren), the Menkaure Pyramid (or Mykerinos) and the Sphinx.


Visiting the pyramids, though, is more than just seeing them, taking a few images, and going away. Make sure that you don’t miss the best parts when you go. or you can book a Nile Cruise If you book a tour or fly alone, here’s what you need to see:


  1. Eastern Cemetery The Giza Eastern Cemetery is located to the east of the pyramids. Although it may not be as impressive as the great pyramids you’ve seen before, it’s still worth a look!

This area includes the tombstones (called mastabas) containing the fathers, sisters, and most important officials of Khufu. To be buried here was considered a huge honor. Prince Ankh-haf belongs to the largest of the mastabas and is situated in the cemetery’s northeast corner.

A mastaba is an ancient Egyptian dynasty rectangular tomb with sloping sides and a flat roof. They range in height from 17 to 20 feet and include an underground burial chamber with rooms above where the offerings could be kept by family members and worshippers.


  1. Camel Rides Next to the Sphinx parking lot are the village stables. Not only can you see horses and camels regularly used for transportation in this area, but you can also book a ride on one of them. They are kept in great condition, they provide gentle rides, and they come with the area’s excellent guides. Go around sunset for the pyramid’s best views.


Taking a camel ride around the pyramids might seem a little cliché, but it’s one thing you won’t regret! Avoid taking a camel ride or wandering around the pyramids from someone on the roadside. Camels can be aggressive so choose a trustworthy camel ride outfit, particularly if they are not safe and well-fed.


  1. Solar Boat Museum Not only were the legendary architects of ancient Egyptians, but they were also travelers. When the Great Pyramid’s east and south sides were excavated in 1954, five deep cavities holding ships were found by archeologists.


Sadly, the Solar Barque now on display at the museum was split into thousands of pieces because it was offered up after the death of the kings. Teams have been working together to build the cedar-wood vessel for several years. Today, the museum’s 4,500-year-old ship is on display.


  1. Sound and Light Show Book tickets to the spectacular sound and light show before flying to Giza. Here a brightly illuminated Sphynx tells the story of the pyramids and the ancients who constructed them by capturing sound.


Then lights were projected throughout the ancient buildings, including laser hieroglyphs used to highlight the story as would have been the ancient Egyptians. For an impressive grand finale, brightly colored lights are splashed across the houses!


  1. Western Cemetery Located on the western side of the Great Pyramid, Giza’s Western Cemetery is a little less remarkable as it contains no royalty. Rather, it houses royal house staff members and high-ranking officials, a significant custom in ancient Egyptian culture.


Senedjemib-Inti’s Tomb is a favorite spot for visitors. There are large columns at the entrance which are coated in hieroglyphics. The colors and patterns are stunning and have an endless background.



Tours to Egypt and Jordan to explore a lot

Egypt and Jordan Short Package

Egypt is one of the world’s oldest nations, covering a wide range of tourist attractions. For those who want to explore archeological sites and other items in depth, it is a perfect destination. Jordan is a West Asian Arab country with many famous sightseeing spots. On the other hand, anyone who wants to visit both Egypt and Jordan at one time must select the right package for their budgets. This will help a lot in creating the best memories on a vacation to ensure more fun.

Taking a stunning trip to Egypt and Jordan

Egypt and Jordan both cover important spots allowing tourists to get more detailed information about several items. Some of the things covered in the tour are Nile cruise, Pyramids, King Tut’s treasures, Saqqara desert, etc. A trip to Jordan makes it possible for tourists to enjoy the Dead Sea, the ancient city of Petra, Jerash, etc. Another thing is that for feeling more joy, they can see impressive monuments in both countries. At the same time, a package that meets tourist criteria must be chosen.

How are you going to travel to Egypt and Jordan?

There are several tour operators offering Egypt and Jordan Tours at affordable prices ranging from 7 days or more. Some of the important services included in the package include airport transfers, domestic flights, sightseeing tours, an English speaking guide, restaurant meals, hotel accommodation, entrance fees and a bottle of water. A tour operator will arrange everything from pickup to drop to allow tourists to plan their trip accordingly. However, it is advisable to carry out a comprehensive study of tour operators from different sources in order to make a better decision.

Planning a tour of Egypt and Petra

Petra is a historic and archeological town in southern Jordan well known for its temples and other sites. Cairo, the capital city of Egypt, has a lot to offer visitors, allowing them to experience full entertainment. Egypt and Petra tours allow a person to plan a journey with options to show ways to reach complete satisfaction. Apart from that, they provide methods for traveling with children and others to overcome unwanted problems. It is very important to consider the prices, as they may differ from one tour operator to another.

Wanting to fly to Egypt and Jordan

At the same time will learn more about certain issues to minimize the risks. Many of them include conditions for permits, local laws, tipping, etc. A copy of passport, visa, and other important documents should be carried when traveling to important places. Before making a trip to both nations, travelers must work with a reliable travel operator to handle complex issues. It also offers ways to schedule a tour to ensure peace of mind in advance. Most tour operators provide visitors with quotes to choose a package according to their needs.

All you need to know about Cairo


The city of Cairo has always been able to grab everyone’s attention by containing a massive collection of monuments and artifacts that date back to more than 5000 thousand years. The capital of Egypt Cairo, has acted as a historical hub for the ancient Egyptian history to the Coptic era and the Islamic age. In Cairo lies the first capital of Egypt Memphis  that was constructed in 2,000 BC by king Menes whose dynasty founded the old Kingdom , also within the walls lies the oldest structure in the city The Roamn Babylon fortress which was constructed in the 1st century at the beginning of the Coptic era of Egypt and housed a number of churches around it. After the end of the Coptic era by the conquest of Islamic General Amr Ibn Alas in 10th century AD who establishes the city of Fustat then came the Fatimid and Mamaluk dynasties who constructed many mosques and the foundation of the current city of Cairo that became the center of Islamic learning and culture. If you looking for experiencing a true miracle then your Egypt tour packages will be more excitement and extremely completed with Luxor and Aswan Travel which will take you on this magical journey.

The Pyramids

Located near Cairo is the famous city of Giza, the home of the majestic Giza Plateau. It lies 20km north of Memphis which explains why it was chosen to hold the Three Great Pyramids and the sole Guardian of Egypt the sphinx. This archaeological site is located in the Western desert 9 km (5 mi) west of the Nile river and 13 km (8 mi) southwest of Cairo. It houses one of the last remaining seven wonders of the ancient world the great pyramid of Khufu (CHEOPS). It was built in 2600 BC by Pharaoh Khufu to become his final resting place and his way to ascend in the heaven with the gods. It reaches the height of 147 m (481.4 ft) which makes it the tallest man-made building in the world for about 3.800 years. Next to it the pyramid of king Khafre (Chefren) the son of Khufu, his construction was built in 2540 BC and is 10 ft shorter than his father’s and right in front of it is the oldest statue in the history of mankind. It has the body of a lion and the head of a man commonly known as a sphinx.  Then comes the Pyramid of Menkaure who ascended in throne around 2539 BC the smallest of the three and hold the tomb of king Menkaure.

Coptic Era

The Coptic era took its first breaths during the 1st century AD when the fortress of Babylon was built and soon became a Christian stronghold and around it the construction of about 20 churches took place over the years but only five remain such as the hanging church which dates back to the 4th century and was built into the walls of the water gate of the roman fortress. The is also the monastery of St. Sergius which was built upon the location the holy family used to cross through Cairo. The church of St.Geogre dating to 1909 but dedicated to a martyr in the 10th century. The city also contain the Ben Ezra Synagogue which dates back to the 9th century making it one of the oldest Synagogue built in History. There are many other church also located in old Cairo.

The Islamic Age

After the Coptic era come the Islamic era which took place conquest of Egypt by amr ibn alas in 641 who constructed a mosque of Amr Ibn Alas in the same year to became the first mosque to be built in Africa and it was constructed many times of the years. The city of Cairo became the city of thousand minarets in 969 during the Medieval cairo or Fatimid cairo.  One of the most notable sites built in Cairo the Mosque of Ibn Tulun between 876-879 AD, there is also the Mosque of Al-Azher founded in 970 AD to become one of the oldest university in history. During the Fatimid dynasty the Khan El Khalili Bazaar was constructed in the 14th century to be a center for commerce as it has the biggest concentration of pure antiques and artifacts that melts the hearts away. Cairo enjoys a massive number of mosques but there is one mosques that acts a perfect example of Islamic Mamluk  Architecture in the 14th century, Sultan Hassan Mosque. One attraction can’t be missed is the powerful citadel of Salah El-din, constructed in 12th century to become a fortress that would stand its ground against the crusaders and it also acted as the seat of the government for many years. It is also famous for containing the Mosque of Mohammad Ali a.k.a ” The Alabaster Mosque” which was built between 1830 and 1848 as a way to challenge the Ottoman empire.

How to Plan the Best Egypt Vacation Holiday in 2020?

When it comes to luxurious vacations, most people think of posh cruises or exotic destinations at all-inclusive resorts, but there are plenty of other options. In fact, one of the top luxury destinations right now is Egypt.

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The Appeal of Vacationing in Egypt

Egyptian tourism is nothing new. The monuments of ancient Egypt are incredible that they’ve drawn visitors for centuries. In fact, rumor has it that European tourists were making the trek down to Egypt when the Greeks were still in the process of building the Acropolis!

Yet despite the history of tourism in Egypt, many Americans have never visited. Over the last few years, political turmoil halted much of the travel that was coming from the United States. But as the country experiences a renewed sense of stability, visitors are coming back in healthy numbers. From everyday travelers to the world’s wealthiest billionaires, Egypt is once again the place to be.

4 Tips for the Perfect Egyptian Vacation

If you’re interested in visiting Egypt, you aren’t alone. But in order to get the most enjoyment possible out of your experience, you’ll need to plan ahead. Here are a few suggestions:

How to Plan a Luxurious Egyptian Vacation

1. Find the Right Airfare

Egypt has its fair share of airports, but there are really three primary international destinations: Cairo, Sharm el Sheikh, and Hurghada. For price-sensitive travelers, it may be worth comparing the various options for each. However, you’ll more than likely choose your final destination based on where/why you’re visiting. For example, Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada are popular for people who are staying at one of the many seaside resorts in Egypt, while Cairo is the preferred touchdown point for those who want to see the city and the ancient monuments.

Airfare prices really run the gamut. If you purchase far enough in advance (and are traveling during an off-season period), you can find extremely cost-effective options. If you’re buying tickets last minute (or a flight during peak travel season), you could easily spend thousands on a round-trip ticket.

It’s also worth noting that, upon arrival, you’ll be required to get a visa in order to enter Egypt. You can do this online or pay at the airport. Either way, the price is $25.

Aswan, Egypt

2. Register for a Luxury Tour

There’s so much to see and do on an Egyptian vacation. This isn’t a trip where you want to show up and figure things out. This strategy will cause you to miss out on quite a few compelling opportunities.

If you want to see all of the popular sites and best-kept secrets of ancient Egyptian history, your best option is to sign up for a luxury custom tour package. Typical Egyptian tours range from one day up to 12 days and let you choose from the sites and experiences that are most appealing to you and your travel companions.

Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt!

3. Select Accommodations and Restaurants

In addition to the sites and experiences of Egypt, travelers visit the region for the superior food and accommodations. The sooner you research restaurants, hotels, and resorts, the faster you’ll be able to reserve a spot. For best results, read online reviews, speak with a travel consultant, and solicit advice from people who’ve been to Egypt before.

Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Egypt-

4. Prepare for the Culture

Egypt is equal parts beautiful and unique. It’s a region that’s rich in history, yet surprisingly contemporary. Before embarking on your trip, take the time to prepare for the culture. There are certainly some stark differences between American culture and Egyptian culture. Remember that you’re visiting their country and should, therefore, conform to their standards and customs. Knowing this ahead of time will make the experience that much more enjoyable.

Start Planning Your Trip Today

While you can occasionally find good last-minute travel deals, this is the exception – not the rule. By and large, you’ll save money and enjoy greater peace of mind by planning ahead.

Now’s the time to begin planning your Egyptian vacation. Whether you want to relax at an all-inclusive resort on the Nile River or enjoy an action-packed adventure, there’s an opportunity for everyone to enjoy the unique blend of ancient history and modern culture that this rich nation has to offer!

Are You Looking for Holidays in Egypt with Red Sea?

10 Day Cairo, Nile Cruise and Sharm El Sheikh

A Nile Cruise & Stay offers a mixture of breathtaking sights, sounds and culture combined with a relaxing break by the Red Sea. There’s no better way to experience the wonders of this ancient and varied land.

Savour the sights on a fully-guided itinerary

Cruises operate weekly, all year round, and includes an expertly guided itinerary with 10 FREE excursions. You will explore the major sights, from Luxor and the magnificent city of Thebes and Valley of the Kings, on to the unusual double temple of Kom Ombo, and Edfu – one of the best preserved temples in Egypt – before reaching Aswan and its spectacular High Dam, the starting point for the return journey.

Luxury accommodation

Our modern custom-built ships are floating hotels equipped with the state-of-the-art facilities. All the cabins are exterior ones, so you have the best possible view on your journey through Egypt. Our hotels offer a wide choice of dining and leisure facilities, in a variety of locations from vibrant resorts to tranquil sandy bays.

Egypt Excursions and Day Tours

Where ever you find yourself in Egypt, there are always exciting tours to be had. We offer a wide variety of Egypt Excursions from any location in Egypt. Explore the interior of Sinai visiting St. Cathrine monastery, Mount Sinai, Beautiful beaches or visit the biggest open air museum; Luxor visiting Luxor TempleKarnak TempleValley of the KingsHatshepsut temple. Explore Aswan attractions such as Philae Temple, High damAbu Simple Temple and more. Spend a Day in Cairo visiting the great pyramids of Cheophs, Chefren and Mykreinus, old cairo, museum and more. We offer a comprehensive selection of Egypt day tours to suit all traveler.

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