We believe that both the calm and the wild untamed places of Egypt are like medicine for the soul. If you’ve stood at the edge of the Great Desert and felt goose bumps crawl up your arms, or looked up from between the paws of the Sphinx on the Giza Plateau and caught your heart in your throat, you’ll know what we mean.
That’s really the only way to describe the active adventures that await travelers in Egypt. We say it often but it’s true: here, you'll find some of the best outdoor playgrounds in the world. Made to be hiked, biked, rafted, ridden, scaled, fished, dived, flown over and more.
A rich mosaic of cultures, religions and landscapes, a private Egypt tour presents the increasingly valuable opportunity to become a more educated world citizen. Cairo, the City Victorious, was the focal point of Egypt’s empire and home to medieval Islam and native Coptic Christians. Today, the city is a treasure trove of medieval schools and mosques, minarets and churches.
In our signature, off-the-beaten path style, with local expert guidance, your private Egypt tour will unveil the time capsule that is Egypt, bringing to life its incredibly rich history, its timeless treasures, its cultures and traditions, and its unique and varied natural beauty.
At the heart of our company is an office in which we are constantly innovating, dreaming, and designing new ways to enhance your travels. It may be our network of contacts that allow us to bring all these ideas to life, but it is you – our travelers – who keep us challenged and having fun. Whether your trip is straightforward, over-the-top, or anywhere in the middle, we are always ready to serve you.
Shared Cultures, Shared Heritage, Shared Responsibility - every year, on the occasion of the International Day for Monuments and Sites, ICOMOS proposes a theme for the celebrations and activities to be organized by our Committees, members and partners. Now, more than ever, the theme of Shared Cultures, Shared Heritage, Shared Responsibility is important as an expression of our global unity in the face of the ongoing worldwide health crisis.
Discover a stylish retreat at this luxury hotel in Cairo on the Nile's west bank, in the prestigious First Place complex. Stay in the heart of Cairo, with views of the Great Pyramids to enchant you and ancient zoological and botanical gardens just outside your door. At this Cairo luxury hotel, enjoy authentic fine dining and opulent meeting spaces. Nearby, take in the best of the city's arts, culture and shopping.
Escape to the banks of the Nile at this stylish resort, the ideal base for exploring the region’s historical attractions. Among the eight restaurants and bars at the resort, you'll find fragrant Arabian-style teas and Turkish coffees with waterfront views at Diwan Shisha Café. The sunken Oasis Pool Bar serves tasty drinks. The views of the Nile are stunning from the edge of the infinity pool and the resort also offers a library.
With Egyptian underpinnings and a sleek waterfront setting, this sensational resort-style Hotel embodies modern Alexandria and its unique cosmopolitan flare. On one side, the Mediterranean Sea glistens in the sun; on the other, a dynamic metropolis buzzes with life. Wake to welcome views of either side from your room’s balcony, then head for a stroll along the private beach tucked along a bay in the middle of the city. From here, you'll see Egypt from a whole new perspective.
In the heart of Cairo on the banks of the River Nile, this exquisite hotel opens the door to discovering Egypt’s 5,000-year-old ancient mysteries. Just a short drive away, set out to explore the majestic pyramids, the 1,000-year old market, the 12th-century citadel, and the ancient Egyptian museum. Later, experience Cairo’s breathtaking sunset from the Nile on a traditional felucca, dine or spa or simply take an art tour to see the collection of contemporary local artwork that fills the halls.
Conjure up a desert landscape in your mind’s eye, then dream up a lush oasis, and you have Siwa, a veritable Eden of mineral springs, salt lakes, olive trees and palm groves. At 25 meters below sea level, just miles from the Libyan border, the oasis is dominated by the strange ruins of the Shali Fortress.
Experience a ride through the desert, golfing at the foot of the pyramids in Giza, lazing on the beach in Alexandria, diving the Red Sea at Sharm El-Sheikh, jet-skiing Marsa Matruh, horse and carriage rides at the pyramids, balloon flights over the Necropolis of Thebes, an all night party with Egypt's world-famous Aly & Fila a trance music duo on the banks of the Nile River, rolling down sand dunes in the Sahara and snorkeling the Gulf of Aqaba.
This is a fabulous production from EXPERIENCE EGYPT - the official tourism board of Egypt.
Beyond our destinations and beyond our landmarks, #Egypt moves, astonishes and awakens the senses of visitors, through its people. #PeopleToPeople, is a campaign from our nation that invites the global community to connect human-to-human and experience Egypt’s dynamic, vibrant, and authentic culture.
Alexandria in Egypt, is a Mediterranean port city and known as "The Pearl of the Mediterranean". It was established by Alexander the Great in 332 BC and was the second most powerful city of the ancient world after Rome.
Nothing we do at EGYPT Tourism USA is repetitive! Our vacations to all four corners of Egypt are tailored to you from start to finish. Care, expertise, and personality make up the backbone of our journeys and we obsess over getting each moment of your trip just right.
While Egyptians are a loud, boisterous pragmatic people who are accustomed to shrugging off life's hardships with a keen sense of humor, they are truly some of the loveliest people in the world. Traditionally, culture, religion, and family above all else still pay a very prominent role in everyday Egyptian society. While values are conservative, they're far from insular and are a fun-loving people who find any excuse for a celebration.
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