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Pyramids of Giza

Solar Boat

Luxor Temple

Abu Simbel

St. Catherine's Monastery


Land of the Pharaohs, the pyramids and enigmatic Sphinx, the mystical life-giving Nile, Egypt is eternal.

Take a trip back into antiquity as you see the Pyramids and Sphinx, and tour the Solar Boat, the royal yacht of the Pharaohs, which was discovered intact after being buried in the hot desert sands for hundreds of centuries. At Luxor, view the royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings, including that of King Tut, tour the temple of Queen Hatshepsut, the only female Pharaoh, marvel at the temples of Luxor and Karnak, where painted ceilings have withstood the wear of eons.

Embark on a Nile cruise, visiting the beautiful and fascinating temples of Edfu and Kom Ombo, while viewing village life along the way, still much as it was in the days of the Pharaohs.

Fly to Abu Simbel to view two wonders of the world, one ancient and one modern. The ancient is the imposing temple of Ramses, with his colossal statutes, which was constructed so that the rising sun would shine on his altar on his birthday. The modern wonder is the reconstruction of the temple when it had to be moved due to the rising waters of Lake Nasser after the building of the Aswan High Dam.

If you want to move forward to the present, head to the resorts of the Red Sea. Here you have the 4 “Esses”: swim, sun, snorkel, and scuba. Visit Ras Mohammed, Egypt’s National Underwater Park where you can dive or tour the reefs in Glass Bottom boats. But history never leaves you in Egypt, for high in the mountains of the Sinai is the Greek monastery of St. Catherine, built on the site of the Biblical Burning Bush.

A trip to Egypt is one of the most coveted of all travel experiences.



Temple of Horus at Edfu

Temple of Queen Hatshepsut

Karnak Temple

Ras Mohammed Underwater Park