Tourism in Egypt has been known throughout its history as a destination for many tourism lovers, but the discovery of the monuments of the pharaohs since the beginning of the last century has added a special charm to it in addition to its unique religious and cultural monuments, in addition to its geographical location in the center of the world and its mild climate in summer and winter. Our Egypt tours are unique and different, so I advise you to choose your perfect destinations according to your interests. All we need from you is to clarify your interest to arrange different Egypt travel packages for you.
How to live your daily life in Egypt
Experience during your Egypt Luxury tours Living like a local in Egypt is your only way to get close to the true nature of the country, which attracts several tourists from various places, as it is a destination for foreign and Arab tourists.
We discuss the most popular Egypt places that bring you near to the nature of the country and make you live like a local through your Egypt day tours.
Gastronomy in Egypt
When you arrive in a country it is always part of the experience that you will discover during your Egypt Classic tours to taste the local food, from your arrival when you walk through the streets you will see many people gathered around something similar to a cart selling Ful (Egyptian bean) a national dish of Egypt, the best way to accompany this food is with a few drops of lemon and olive oil. If you want an inspiring place to try Egyptian food, book our Cairo day tours, there you will visit many attractions such as Egyptian museum, Giza pyramids and more.
Each region has its own special way of preparation, and some foods are prepared on different holidays, so don't be surprised to perceive a spicier taste or different spices in each city.
Ful, Falafel, and Koshary are excellent choices to experience during your Egypt budget tours as vegetarian dishes, and you can't leave Egypt without trying Mahshi (zucchini stuffed with rice).
For those who like meat Fatta (layers of toasted bread and boiled rice).
There is a delicious Molokhia soup (green vegetable with a bitter taste and gelatinous consistency) ideal to accompany all types of meat.
Whatever your taste, I can guarantee that Egypt has Egyptian Cuisine that you will enjoy along with its impressive history, so be sure to try these dishes on your Egypt Easter tours!
The Climate in Egypt
The climate in Egypt can be basically divided into 2 seasons, Winter and Summer, from November to April we can find a pleasant climate since its winter is very mild.
However, in summer, its high temperatures are an invitation to visit beach destinations such as Alexandria on the Mediterranean Sea, Sharm el Sheikh day tours, and Hurghada on the Red Sea, to withstand the heat and enjoy its wonderful beaches. Egypt's versatility allows you to enjoy its lands throughout the year with its different destinations.
Main Attractions in Egypt
Egypt is famous for the pyramids of Giza built by the ancient Egyptians but truly the country has much more than the impressive pyramids. Let's mention some of the famous attractions, temples, and tourist sites along the Nile Valley such as:
The Egyptian Museum in Cairo:
One of the most important collections of ancient artifacts in the world, it occupies a prime location in downtown Cairo, on the north side of Midan Tahrir.
Inside the large domed building, strangely pink. It contains the glittering treasures of Tutankhamun and other great pharaohs lie alongside funerary items, mummies, jewelry, bowls, and toys of Egyptians. You can use your time in Cairo and take a day to visit Coptic and islamic Cairo tour. You will be amazed by the greatness of the Churches and mosques.
More than just a temple, The Karnak is an extraordinary complex of shrines, kiosks, pylons, and obelisks dedicated to the Theban gods and the greatest glory of the pharaohs. Everything is on a gigantic scale.
The site covers more than 2 square kilometers, large enough to contain approximately 10 cathedrals.
It is one of the largest religious complexes in the world. Built, added to, dismantled, restored, enlarged, and decorated for nearly 1500 years, Karnak was the most important place of worship in ancient Egypt during the New Kingdom, when it was called Ipet-Sut, meaning "The Most Esteemed Place. It is considered a must see during Luxor day tours.
Abu Simbel Temple:
Discover Abu Simbel temple in our Aswan day tours,these are two temples carved out of the mountain on the west bank of the Nile in Upper Egypt between 1274 and 1244 BC.
This imposing main temple of the Abu Simbel complex was as dedicated to the deified Ramses II himself as to Ra-Horakhty, Amun, and Ptah. The four colossal statues of the pharaoh, which stand in front of the temple, are like giant sentinels guarding incoming traffic against the south, no doubt designed as a warning of the pharaoh's strength.
Hatshepsut Temple in Luxor:
Also known as the Djeser-Djeseru, the "Holy of Holies" in the ancient Egyptian language, the temple was built for the 18th dynasty Pharaoh Hatshepsut. She is the oldest reigning pharaoh, considered by historians as one of the most successful leaders of Ancient Egypt and the "first great woman in history". It is located in Luxor, in the Valley of the Kings.
One of the most famous tours in Egypt is the Nile Cruise Dinner in Cairo, which allows visitors to learn more about the history of Egypt. Also enjoy the comforts of the cruise and the serenity of the banks of the longest river in the world, which rises in the heart of Africa and crosses all of Egypt until it reaches the Mediterranean.