Egypt named by the Pharaohs, the oldest civilization in the world.
How could you miss one third of the world's treasures which Luxor has?
There is so much to do and see all over Egypt- this lovely warm land
with its charming and hospitable people. Your one and only problem is likely to be time - you may never want to leave.The Capital
Peak temperatures in Upper Egypt from May to October are usually compensated for by extremely low humidity.
There is no charge for still photography
The Land of PharaohsEgypt is the cradle of civilization, the beacon of religion and the gateway to Africa. Cairo is the foremost capital on the African continent and lies at the centre of all routes leading to, and from the capitals of the three continents: Asia, Africa and Europe.
Egypt, for over fifty centuries, engendered the development of culture and civilization: Pharaonic, Christian and Islamic; and all during those long years, has generously contributed in the history and treasures of man-kind.
Consequently, when in Egypt, the land of love, friendship
and hospitality, you will never not even for a moment, feel a lonely traveller!
In fact, you will enjoy travelling through time, from one period to another,
exhilarated by the history of those who remained immortal; through their
bodies were laoid to rest thousands of years ago.
Egypt, the country of 7000 years of civilization, where past and present meet, invites you to come and enjoy its beautiful all-year weather, and visit the immortal monuments and relics, especially the ancient pyramids, the Sphinx of Giza, the Great Temples and Tombs of Luxor and Abu Simbel, the beuty of River Nile and the unforgetable Nile Cruises.
of the greatest Pharaohs of Egypt, Ramses II, was born in the eastern Nile
Delta about 1303 B.C., during Egypt's golden age,
Obviously, 4,500 years old Sphinx, in Giza, is the most famous of all monuments since the antiquity. The builder of the Sphinx , Pharaoh Khafre, did not have the chance to finish this great monument during his life time.