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Nuweiba is a great place to arrange camel and 4×4 safaris into the interior of the Sinai desert. Some of the sights to see are the palm filled oasis of Ain-al-Furtega, a large cistern (Mayat-el Wishwashi) concealed between the boulders of a canyon that feeds a palm grove and the largest oasis of the Sinai, called Ain Umn […]

Straight off the beach at the Hilton Hotel in Nuweiba, you’ll find the famous Abu Lou Lou reef, also referred to as the Hilton House Reef. It is known for the incredible richness of marine life, including stonefish, turtles, and lionfish, a fact that led some divers to nickname it the “lionfish city.” The amazement you’ll […]

Revel under the sun in the Red Sea Riviera and enjoy some of the best seaside and family activities in eastern Egypt. Located near the Eastern Desert and south of the Sinai, the Red Sea Riviera is a long coastal area full of beautiful beaches that lead to the Red Sea. Here you’ll be able to swim among dolphins, […]

The Spa at the Stella Di Mare Resort in Ain Sukhna on the Red Sea (2 hours driving distance from Cairo) is more of a temple, dedicated to providing its guests with an out-of-this-world wellness experience, inspired by the oriental beauty traditions. The luxurious facility offers exotic treatments such as seaweed wraps, mud masks, sand-scrubs, and naturally perfumed oil massages. […]

While heading to Sinai from Suez and after exiting the Ahmed Helmi tunnel, drive a few kilometers south to reach Oyun Musa, a small oasis that is named after the underground water springs that flow under its sands. Nowadays, seven of the original twelve still exist. Meaning Moses Springs, Oyun Musa is home to the […]

When in Alexandria, you have to visit the new library building: it is the largest reading space in the world, including over 2000 chairs for potential readers. The futuristic disc-like structure was opened in 2002.The whole building is covered in scripts and letters from almost all the languages of the world to reflect the multi-cultural heritage […]

Over 30 years of excavation have uncovered many Roman remains including this well-preserved theatre with galleries, sections of mosaic-flooring, and marble seats for up to 800 spectators. In Ptolemaic times, this area was the Park of Pan and a pleasure garden. The theater at one point may had been roofed over to serve as an […]

Located close to the center of the city, the AlexandriaNational Museum nicely sums up the history of Alexandria in the three floors of the now renovated Italianate style Al-Saad Bassili Pasha Palace. On your trip to this aged city wander through the beautiful palace and see the artifacts from the four main ages of Egypt: Ancient, Greco-Roman, Coptic, […]

Ancient Egypt grips the imagination, touches the soul and inspires the uninspired. You simply can’t escape over 7000 years of historical influence Ancient Egypt enjoys. The legacy of Ancient Egypt, with names like Ramses, Nefertiti and Tutankhamen and places like the Great Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx echoes in art, literature and popular culture. When Alexander […]

About the city : Ismailia is the most calm city in Egypt , very arranged  and clean  , The Ismailia Governorate is the capital of the Canal region where the Suez Canal Authority has its headquarters, and where the Suez Canal University is established. Ismailia is located on Lake Timsah along the coast of the […]

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