ABOUT EGYPT

Egypt, a land where the echoes of ancient wonders harmonize with the pulse of modern life. Delve into the monumental treasures such as the iconic Pyramids of Giza, the enigmatic Sphinx, and the majestic temples of Luxor and Karnak. The Nile River, a serene artery coursing through deserts and verdant landscapes, adds a serene backdrop to this historical tapestry. Our curated experiences invite you to explore bustling markets, immerse in the chaotic charm of Cairo's streets, and uncover the allure of tranquil oases. Egypt's story, spanning millennia, is etched within the treasures of the Egyptian Museum, offering an immersive journey through time. Each moment in Egypt is a brushstroke of grace, weaving together timeless beauty, mysteries, and unforgettable memories.
Marsa Matrouh

Marsa Matrouh

Marsa Matrouh is a secluded gem nestled along Egypt's Mediterranean coastline. With its sprawling sandy white beaches and crystalline waters, including Agiba Beach and Gharam Beach, often hailed as among the world's most breathtaking coastal landscapes, the notion that Cleopatra herself once graced the serene waters of Marsa Matrouh takes hold. The famed Cleopatra's Beach remains accessible to this day, a testament to its enduring allure. The coastal Mediterranean climate bestows upon the town a temperate quality in summer and a gentle coolness in winter, making May and September the ideal months to explore. The waters' hues transition from captivating blues to serene greens, a result of the varying depths within Matrouh's bay. The diverse underwater terrain, replete with mountains, valleys, and a spectrum of vibrant fish species, offers a mesmerising aquatic realm. Marsa Matrouh finds its place in the north-western corner of Egypt, a historical locale where even the famed Desert Fox, Erwin Rommel, selected a cave along the shore to oversee operations during the Battle of El-Alamein. The town's average temperatures oscillate, reaching summertime highs of 28°C and wintertime lows of 13°C, making it a versatile destination throughout the year.

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Siwa Oasis

Siwa Oasis

Following a journey through the stark expanse of the Western Desert, the awe that washes over you upon your arrival in Siwa is profound. Behold an idyllic oasis, a haven amidst the desolation, replete with mineral springs, salt lakes, and boundless Olive and Palm groves. Delve into Siwa's cultural tapestry by exploring the main town of Shali. Gaze upon the enigmatic ruins of the Shali Fortress, a dominating presence at the heart of the town, and venture along sandy pathways to unearth the fabled Temple of the Oracle. This very site, visited by none other than Alexander the Great, who sought counsel from the Oracle of Siwa, holds an air of mystical allure. Conclude your day with a refreshing dip in Cleopatra's Pool, where the echoes of the legendary queen's aquatic sojourn reverberate. As you depart, don't miss the opportunity to acquire Siwan Crafts, and set aside a moment for the charming Siwa House Museum. For intrepid adventurers, the allure continues with exhilarating safaris into the vast sand sea or spirited quad biking escapades within Egypt's Western Desert. To relish Siwa's wonders comfortably, it is recommended to embark on this journey during the cooler months of the year, from October to April. During the summertime, temperatures soar to heights of 35-45°C, making the cooler season the optimal time for exploration and discovery.

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Fayoum

Fayoum

Fayoum stands as one of Egypt's oldest cities, its origins tracing back to approximately 3200 BC. A tapestry of history unfolds within its boundaries, adorned with significant archaeological treasures such as the Temple of Dionysias and the ancient enclave of Karanis, where echoes of Coptic and Islamic influences intertwine. The illustrious Wadi Al-Hitan (Whale Valley), a paleontological marvel and UNESCO World Heritage Site, stands resplendent as a quintessential Fayoum attraction. Yet beyond its historical significance, the city's allure is steeped in its breathtaking natural landscape, encompassing sweeping sand dunes, graceful palm trees, serene lakes, and verdant valleys. For aficionados of the outdoors and nature enthusiasts, Fayoum beckons with an array of experiences. Wadi El Rayan National Park invites exhilarating waterfall encounters and captivating climbing escapades. The allure of the Magic Lake entices with tranquil dips while sandboarding thrills enthusiasts seeking adventure in the desert's embrace. An immersion into the local culture unfolds within the remarkable confines of Tunis Village, a modern pottery hub. The Tunis Pottery Festival, a cherished autumn tradition, enlivens the village with its vibrant spirit. Galleries showcasing local art and pottery workshops brim with exquisitely crafted pieces that bear witness to exceptional design. Fayoum, an epicentre of enchantment, weaves together exceptional experiences for those drawn to nature's wonders, historical narratives, and the vibrant tapestry of contemporary culture.

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Port Said

Port Said

Nestled at the crossroads of history and modernity, Port Said stands as a captivating gateway to Egypt's diverse treasures. With its strategic location at the entrance of the Suez Canal, this coastal gem offers a unique blend of maritime charm and cultural vibrancy. Explore its charming waterfront, where ships from around the world pass through the canal, creating a bustling and dynamic atmosphere. Stroll down its streets adorned with colonial-era architecture, each building echoing stories of a bygone era. Immerse yourself in the local markets, where fragrant spices and handcrafted treasures beckon to be discovered. Beyond its maritime allure, Port Said invites you to delve into its rich heritage at the Port Said National Museum, offering a fascinating journey through time. Whether you're savouring delectable seafood by the sea, relishing in its bustling festivals, or gazing out at the horizon as ships sail by, Port Said promises an unforgettable experience that celebrates Egypt's past, present, and future.

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Damietta

Damietta

Located on the right bank side of the serene Nile Delta, Damietta invites you to uncover its hidden treasures and bask in the tranquil beauty of its surroundings. This coastal city, with its rich history and thriving culture, offers a glimpse into Egypt's maritime past and vibrant present. Explore the charming old town, where narrow streets wind through ancient mosques and bustling markets, revealing a tapestry of local life. Feel the gentle breeze as you stroll along the picturesque Corniche, watching fishermen cast their nets and boats gently glide on the tranquil waters. Indulge in Damietta's renowned woodwork and craftsmanship, a testament to its artistic heritage. Delight in the flavours of its culinary offerings, where fresh seafood and local delicacies tantalize your taste buds. With its blend of tradition and modernity, Damietta welcomes you to discover its timeless charm and immerse yourself in the warmth of its people, creating memories that linger long after you depart its shores.

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Rashid

Rashid

Based on the left banks of the majestic Nile, Rashid invites you to embark on a captivating journey through history and culture. This charming coastal town exudes an irresistible charm, boasting a legacy that reaches back to ancient times. Explore its labyrinthine streets, where beautifully preserved Ottoman-era architecture and traditional houses reveal a rich heritage. As you wander, the echoes of centuries past whisper tales of trade, exploration, and the convergence of cultures. Rashid's famed Citadel of Qaitbay stands as a sentinel overlooking the river, a testament to its strategic significance. Discover the Rosetta Stone, a key to unlocking Egypt's ancient mysteries, at the town's local museum. Be captivated by the vibrant rhythm of daily life at its bustling markets and waterfront, where fishing boats and cargo vessels paint a picturesque scene. Savour the local cuisine and experience the warmth of Rashid's residents, who are eager to share their stories and traditions. With its timeless allure and captivating historical sites, Rashid beckons you to immerse yourself in its enchanting tapestry, offering a truly unforgettable Egyptian experience.

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