Private excursions in Egypt

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Information That Will Help With Your Visit to Egypt

Whether you want to visit the ancient sites of Thebes or the necropolis of Berenice, Egypt is full of interesting attractions. It also has several snorkeling hotspots along the Red Sea. It is also home to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.

Ancient sites

Throughout history, Egypt has been home to some of the greatest civilizations and ancient sites. As you visit these ancient sites, you'll find that they speak to the grandeur of human experience.

Ancient Egypt is renowned for its tombs. These tombs have been carved to reflect the everyday lives of ancient Egyptians. These tombs also provide an insight into the history of Egypt.

The ancient sites in Egypt are known for their mystical qualities. These sites were built to honour the gods associated with that location. These sites are very popular with tourists. These sites include tombs, palaces and temples.

The Karnak Temple is one of the most visited sites in Egypt. The site has a large hypostyle hall with a lot of beautiful carvings. It is also famous for its massive columns. These columns are lined with sphinxes.

The Philae Temple is a religious site, but is also home to several smaller temples. The temple is located on an island in the Nile and can only be reached by boat. It's considered one of the best preserved temples in Egypt.


Whether you're visiting Egypt for the first time, or you're a seasoned traveller, there are plenty of things to see. Egypt has a fascinating history and some of the most beautiful places to see are museums. These museums are packed with a wide variety of Egyptian artifacts and relics.

The Grand Egyptian Museum is the largest archaeological museum in the world. The museum is located on the Giza plateau and houses the world's largest display of ancient Egyptian artifacts. It includes the colossal statue of Ramses II.

One of the most famous tombs in the world is that of Tutankhamen. Tutankhamen was the least eminent pharaoh of his time and his tomb is one of the best preserved in the world. The mummy rests in a special glass box.

The pharaohs were buried with their wives and their servants. Their tombs are decorated with bright and colourful wall paintings. These tombs have been visited by thousands of people over the years.

The pyramid of Djoser is the world's oldest pyramid. It was built by Imhotep, an ancient architect. It is the precursor to the Giza pyramids. It is also one of the most famous sights in Egypt.


Located in Old Cairo, the Citadel is one of the most beautiful places in Egypt. It is a medieval Islamic-era fortification that was used as the residence of Egyptian rulers for nearly 700 years. It is situated on a hill overlooking Cairo's skyline.

Saladin built the Citadel in the year 1176. He made it a fortress for military purposes. He ordered the construction of a large water well that would provide water for soldiers. This took a lot of work because it had to be dug 90 meters deep into hard rock.

The citadel is surrounded by beautiful mosques and watchtowers. It is a popular destination for tourists. The mosques of Sultan Hassan and Muhammad Ali are open to visitors. The mosques do not allow head coverings. They close on Friday lunchtime.

Sultan El Ghory renovated some parts of the fortress and provided soldiers and weapons. He also restored the walls and built a mosque. He was the last Mamluk ruler to rule Egypt.

The Mosque of Mohammed Ali occupies the center of the citadel. It was built in the Ottoman style and features a minaret. The mosque also features cascading semi-domes that support a central dome.


Located on the Nile River, Aswan is one of the most beautiful places in Egypt. Aswan is an ancient city with lots of historical monuments. Aswan is an ideal location for a relaxing holiday. It's also a good place to learn about ancient Egyptian history. You can take a Nile cruise or a bus trip to Abu Simbel Temples. You can also visit the famous temples at Kom Ombo.


One of the best things to do in Aswan is to visit the Unfinished Obelisk. The Obelisk is a huge slab of stone that would have been the largest single standing stone in Egypt. It was built from basalt, quartz, and granite. It was intended to be more than 40 meters tall. However, it cracked in the middle and was abandoned. It's a relic of the ancient Egyptians' ability to cut granite.

Another popular Aswan sight is Elephantine Island. This tiny island is surrounded by palm tree farms and villages. The southern end of the island has the Aswan Museum and some Abu ruins. The island is also home to the Aswan Botanic Gardens.


Located on the Red Sea coastline of Egypt, Berenice was once a bustling port. It was a key way station for trade between Arabia and India. As such, the port was a hub for trading textiles, luxury goods, and ivory.

Berenice is a fascinating place to visit, and has a rich cultural heritage. It is also a great place for diving and rejuvenation spas. There are many pristine coves along the coastline, as well as a number of underwater excursions. These tours include diving in pristine seas, swimming with a variety of fish, and visiting coral formations.

There is also a fascinating archaeological site to visit. The site is located just south of the village, and is covered for preservation purposes. It contains remnants of the Temple of Semiramis, which was built by Trajan and Tiberius. The walls of the temple feature various artworks, including a statue of Emperor Tiberius before the god Min. The statue is in wonderful condition.

There is also a cemetery outside the city walls. This cemetery was used in the first and second centuries AD. The tombs of cats and dogs are found here. They were buried in textiles and on metal collars.

Abu Simbel complex

Located in the southern part of Egypt, the Abu Simbel temple complex is one of the most beautiful ancient sites in the country. The temple complex was constructed over three thousand years ago by the renowned pharaoh Ramesses II, who is credited with the construction of the Pyramids of Giza and the Valley of the Kings.

The temples were originally constructed at a site positioned between the first and second cataracts of the Nile. However, as the area was flooded by the Aswan High Dam, the temples were moved to a higher location. This was done by brick-by-brick and moved 65 meters (214 feet) higher than the original location.

The temples were reconstructed using nearly perfect accuracy. However, they are still in the dark about their true purpose. The main reason is that they were designed to impress their neighbors. Hence, they were constructed in a way that light illuminates three of the four statues.

The four statues are also the largest in the world, with their sizes varying from 21 to 32 feet tall. The statues of Ramesses II and queen Nefertari are especially impressive.

Ancient necropolis of Thebes

Located in Luxor, Ancient Thebes with its Necropolis is one of the most popular attractions in Egypt. This ancient city has been a favored destination since it was first built in the name of the Egyptian god, Amun. During its heyday, Thebes was the ceremonial and governmental power center of Egypt.

Ancient necropolis of Thebes

The necropolis was established in honor of the dead. Pharaohs and members of their family were buried here. The tombs were decorated with reliefs of demons holding knives that would protect the dead. The pharaohs were buried with their food and personal items. The tombs were built in the style of the mastaba, which is a mud-brick pyramid.

During the New Kingdom, many pharaohs elected to be buried in the Valley of the Kings. This area was considered to be the most important burial place for the Egyptian New Kingdom. The tombs of pharaohs of the 18th, 19th and 20th Dynasties were built here.

The tomb of Tutankhamun is the most intact tomb in the Valley of the Kings. The tomb was discovered by Howard Carter in 1922. The tomb's walls are covered with inscriptions in Greek and Latin.

Snorkeling hotspots on the Red Sea

Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned snorkeler, you will find a variety of snorkeling hotspots on the Red Sea in Egypt. This underwater paradise offers a wide variety of fish, sea turtles, and sharks. It also offers a great climate and a variety of underwater activities. You can expect to see a variety of sea creatures, such as dolphins, eagle rays, and sharks.

You will also be able to enjoy a variety of other activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving, and water skiing. You can choose to spend your holiday in a resort resort, or you can spend your holiday in a more laid back setting on an island. The best part of snorkeling in Egypt is the variety of coral and sea life that you will see. You will also be able to see dolphins and dugongs.

In Egypt, there are some snorkeling hotspots that are specifically known for sharks and turtles. You will be able to see regal angelfish, bluecheek butterflyfish, surgeonfish, and sea goldies. You will also be able to see manta rays and reef sharks.

Excursions and Day Trips in Egypt

Having an excursion or day trip to Egypt can be a great way to experience the country's history and culture. These trips can also provide tourists with a chance to buy souvenirs. Egypt is a country with a tropical climate, making it an ideal destination for travelers. The country has a rich history and offers plenty of activities for tourists to enjoy.

Cairo is home to the Egyptian Museum, which is the largest and most prominent museum of its kind in the world. It is located in Tahrir Square and contains items from everyday life and funerary objects of great pharaohs. A guided tour of the museum is an important part of any visit to Cairo.

The Pyramids of Giza are just a short drive from Cairo. These pyramids are one of the Seven Wonders of the World, and visitors will learn about the construction and history of the pyramids during the tour. The colossal Sphinx of Giza is also located near the pyramids. The Sphinx was built around 2,500 BC and was one of the guardians of the tomb of pharaoh Chephren. The tour of the pyramids will include a guided introduction and a chance to explore the pyramids on your own. There are also other attractions in Cairo for travelers to enjoy.

Pyramids of Giza

Abu Serga is a major pilgrimage site in Cairo. This ancient village was the place where the Holy Family took refuge. There are a number of tombs, including the tomb of King Tutankhamun. The tombs were constructed in elaborate styles and decorated with colorful murals.

The Egyptian Museum is located in the Khan El Khalili souk, and is one of the oldest and most impressive museums in the world. The museum contains many funerary objects, such as mummification rites, and other artifacts from ancient Egypt. There are also several artifacts from Islamic times. The museum is also home to the Solar Boat Museum, which contains the funerary boat of pharaoh Khufu. The museum also contains a display of pyramid texts.

Several other places to visit in Cairo include the Old Catacombs and Birqash Camel Market. There are also numerous modern businesses to explore in Cairo. The Cairo Opera House is a wonderful experience for visitors to Cairo. There is also the chance to take a ride on a felucca while visiting Cairo.

Cairo is also home to the oldest structure in Cairo, the Fort of Babylon. This structure is believed to be the first building in the city. If you are interested in learning more about ancient Egypt, then the Papyrus Institute is a great place to visit. The museum features artifacts from ancient Egypt, including a mummification rite from the Eighteenth Dynasty of Queen Hatshepsut.

There are many other excursions and day trips to Egypt, such as tours to Alexandria. These excursions will take you to other Egyptian cities, and are also an opportunity to experience a traditional Nile cruise. Tours to Alexandria include a comfortable minivan and an Egyptologist guide. The guide will be able to answer questions about Egypt, and can recommend other places of interest to tourists.

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