Experiences not to be missed

Pyramids of Giza > You haven’t been to Egypt until you’ve stood at the base of these legendary monuments, marvels of human engineering and construction. The Great Pyramid of Giza is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

Nile cruise > The Nile is the lifeblood of Egypt. Snaking through upper and lower Egypt and extending almost 7,000km through Africa, the Nile provides the perfect way to see some of Egypt’s premier sights.

Alexandria >  Stretching along the beautiful Mediterranean coast, at one stage Alexandria was the largest city in the known world and was famous for its great library, also the largest in the world.


Abu Simbel > Built into the solid rock cliff by Rameses II to commemorate his victory over the Hittites at the Battle of Kadesh, the temples of Abu Simbel are a must-see. 

Valley of the Kings > The Valley of the Kings was the burial place of choice for the Pharaohs and elites of Egypt’s New Kingdom, but is most well-known to us due to the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun.

Khan El-Khalili bazaar > An ancient, oriental bazaar or souk in one of the main districts of Cairo, its narrow, winding passages are filled with tiny shops selling souvenirs, antiques and jewellery, craftsmen with their traditional workshops.


When to Travel

Visiting Egypt between October and April is best. This time of the year offers pleasantly warm weather that is ideal for visiting temples, whilst still guaranteeing you sunshine

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