Cairo

Cairo is the capital of Egypt and one of the largest cities in Africa, A cosmopolitan city that blends charm of the Middle East with Mediterranean flavor anaccommodates 26% of the Egyptian population, it’s called Al Qahira in Arabic, which means the Victorious city, also called city of a thousand Minarets, Cairo was founded to [...]
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Oasis & Desert

  The Egyptian Oases are spread across the Western Desert with a series of large depressions, some of them fed by artesian wells and support agricultural communities. Five of these are major Oases, and together make up the New Valley Province (Muhafazat al-Wādi al-Gadid). The four inner oases are connected by a trans-desert road that [...]
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PETRA /JORDAN

Goodbye for the traditional Jordan trips, embark on one of our Jordan tours and explore the marvelous rose-red city of Petra, carved into the mountainside thousands of years ago, and visit holy sites like Mount Nebo, traveled by prophets in ancient times. Our tours of Jordan will send you off to float in the salty [...]
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Sinai

Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula is a sparsely populated desert region between the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. On its southern tip, Sharm el-Sheikh resort is a base for diving and snorkeling around the reefs of Ras Mohammed National Park. Inland, 6th-century St. Catherine’s Monastery is near biblical Mount Sinai, where the 2,285m summit is renowned [...]
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Red Sea

  The Red Sea is a narrow seawater strip and inlet of the Indian Ocean, lying on the eastern border of Egypt between Africa and Asia. It is extended southeast from Suez, Egypt, near the Eastern Desert and south of the Sinai Peninsula, for about 1,200 miles (1,930 km) to the Bab El-Mandeb Strait by the Arab Sea. It [...]
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Alamein

El Alamein is a town on Egypt’s Mediterranean coast. It’s known for a decisive 1942 WWII battle, commemorated in El Alamein War Museum with uniforms and tanks. Desert plants surround El Alamein War Cemetery’s headstones. Just outside town, the German War Memorial is a fortress-like structure with a central obelisk, built over a mass grave. [...]
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