Egypt

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Egypt is an incredible country, offering tourists and historians the chance to see some of the most amazing man-made buildings ever created. The great pyramids of Giza hardly need an introduction, but why not take a trip further south and explore the legendary temple of Abu Simbel; built in tribute to King Ramses II? Egypt also has its fair share of natural wonders. Sail gently down the mighty Nile River, take in the solitude of the Western Desert, enjoy world-class diving at the Red Sea or catch a sunset from the top of the famous biblical landmark of Mt. Sinai.

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While landmarks and monuments will tell you the history of a destination, museums and art galleries will tell you about its heritage, and national parks and reserves will tell you about its flora and fauna – what’s the best way … Continue reading

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Pyramids, temples & papyrus

  Earlier this year our own Kelsey Law travelled to the Land of the Pharaohs on our 9 day King Tutankhamen tour. Kicking off in the bustling city of Cairo, she got her first glimpse of the legendary Pyramids of Giza and … Continue reading

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10 interesting facts about the Pyramids of Giza

  As one of the most iconic yet mysterious wonders of the world, the Pyramids of Giza are an incredible sight to behold. But how much do you really know about this world-famous site? Take a read of these top … Continue reading

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A first timer’s guide to Egypt

  In May our own Kate Filer travelled to Egypt on our 14 day King Ramses tour, the perfect trip for a first time visitor to Egypt. Now is the ideal time to visit Egypt as you can experience the amazing sights … Continue reading

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Back to the Land of the Pharaohs

  There could be something in the water or maybe it’s just a renewed sense of adventure, but one thing feels certain – Egypt is on its way back! Since the beginning of 2015 Pru Goudie has spoken to more and more people who are … Continue reading

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In search of King Tutankhamen

  This week we’ve got one of our own videos to share with you. Having recently returned from our 9 day King Tutankhamen tour in Egypt, freelance videographer Andrew Kirkby has put together this wonderful short film, showcasing exactly what it is like … Continue reading

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Beyond the sites of Egypt

  After spending a week or so exploring the ancient ruins and bustling souks of Egypt you may have some time to spare – from a few days to an evening, and are wondering how to make the most of … Continue reading

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An ode to Egypt

  Our very own Rachna Pandit recently returned from Egypt after travelling on our 14 day King Ramses tour. Here she tells us all about her experiences in this fascinating country and why every traveller should add it to their … Continue reading

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8 Things I loved about Egypt

  Step into a land of friendly locals, deserted ancient wonders, flavoursome tobacco, colourful markets, thrilling experiences and spectacular landscapes in this week’s photo showcase. Having recently returned from Egypt travelling on our 9 day King Tutankhamen tour, our very … Continue reading

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Photo Showcase – King Tutankhamen

  In March our own Christine Fleitz travelled to Egypt on our 9 day King Tutankhamen tour, and according to her now is the perfect time to visit Egypt as without the crowds you will have the wonders of ancient … Continue reading

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