Egyptians enjoy meals that mirror stories of several ages. Egyptian history is not only about events and places; even Egyptian food has long history.
Breathtaking vistas, excellent entertaining programs, romantic atmosphere, luxury and coziness – this is what the cruise along the longest river in the world promises. Don’t miss the fabulous Nile Cruise once you are in Egypt as it offers a multitude of advantages. Here are some of them...
Ancient Egypt was one of the first civilizations to create high quality pottery. Scholars believe they began working out the clay in the regions of Naqada and Al-Badari during the pre-dynastic era, around 3800-3400 BC. Egyptians greatly believed in the power of the potter, so they depicted their Nile Deity, “Father of Gods” Khnum creating children of clay.
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In present-day Egypt the vast majority of Tanoura dancers are entertainers rather than real followers of Sufism, nevertheless their endless whirling movements with a colorful skirt spinning round and round above their heads will keep you glued to the stage
"Misr", as modern Egyptians call their country, should be included to anyone’s bucket list only for being the cradle of the civilization that gave humankind the first proto-alphabet, the hieroglyphic writing, which still puzzles Egyptologists. With a history of 5,000 years, this Land of the Pharaohs doesn’t stop surprising scientists and archeologists with its mysteries buried deep in the desert sands. New discoveries here are made as often as nowhere else.
The best-known attraction Jordan boasts is undoubtedly the pink-hued “lost city” of Petra carved from sandstone cliff in 312 BC. Once a capital and flourishing trading center of the Nabataean Empire
Mummification was a significant religious ritual carried out by priests reciting prayers during the whole process...Have you ever wondered how did it go ?
Those seeking for adventure can experience Golan Heights that provide perfect hiking options as well as offer skiing in winter. Sea-lovers have a wide choice – the Mediterranean Sea with its sunny beaches and high-end hotels...
This year Easter falls on March 27, and there is still much time to look around and pick your destination. If you are seeking for balmy sunny weather, then Egypt will suit you the best as spring in the country is the nicest season to visit – not cold and not yet hot.
Equality in all regards – this is what present-day feminist organizations fight for all around the globe. Today, when the stronghold of women rights has relocated to Europe and North America, no one remembers that in the faraway past Egypt was the only country that granted its female population the same rights as men used to have.
Are you still thinking, why to visit Egypt? Well, world leaders and businessmen, Hollywood and Bollywood megastars, TV anchors and singers did it and deservedly paid credits to the glorious past of the country and its architectural masterpieces.
In March Indian movie star and ex-politician Amitabh Bachchan visited Egypt for the second time (the first visit was in 1991) in frames of large-scale festival India by the Nile. The first quarter of the year gathered the presidents and prime ministers of African, Gulf and Middle Eastern countries as well as the US Secretary of State John Kerry for the economic summit in Sharm El Sheikh.
Winter holidays has started. Time to think, where are you going to spend your vacation and what are you taking with you. After cold and snowy winter most of the travelers prefer to
What can be more enchanting than a beautiful belly dance that holds you spellbound? It’s believed that this Middle Eastern dance existed in AD 1st century, though it was described more precisely only in the 19th century. British traveler William Lane and famous French novelist Gustave Flaubert wrote about privately performed Awalim and public Ghawazee dances they saw during their trip to Egypt. Today there are many places were this magic dance is staged as a part of entertainment – it can be in a hotel, or during the dinner at the Nile cruise ship, or Alf Leila Wa Leila show in Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh.
Spend a totally different Christmas on the Land Of Pharaohs, where you will find a rare combination of nature & Culture. Spend your New Year holidays in Egypt!
Itinerant to "Egypt" Or "Land of Pharaohs" is one of the unique experiments that a traveler can go through…Egypt is a destination where culture heritage, beauty of nature, and location are united altogether on a same land…
Egypt Back on Track!!! ...Opening of New Suez Canal
Egypt is counting down for the biggest festivity taking place where the promise of Egyptian President El-Sissi will be fulfilled just on time.
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Vivid Indian festival bids its farewells to Egyptian fans, promising to be back in 2016.
British cyclist intending to break the World Record by covering 10,000 kilometres in 50 days has finished the Egyptian distance of his bid. Mark Beaumont left the country on April 15, as planned.
Ten Indian reporters visiting Egypt to cover the India by the Nile 2015 Festival participated in a week-long press tour designed for them by Lady Egypt Tours.
The third edition of annual cultural festival “India by the Nile” was officially opened on March 31 by Indian movie star Amitabh Bachchan.
<em>Record-breaking British cyclist Mark Beaumont bids to set a new World Record; this time he’s going to cover 10,000 kilometers in less than 50 days. The route lies through Africa – from Cairo to Cape Town.</em>
Folklore dances, musicals, food exhibitions, Bollywood films, concerts, handcrafts and yoga classes – all in frames of just one unique cultural festival “India by the Nile”. The third edition of the event will be formally presented by Indian movie legend Amitabh Bachchan.</em>
Eco-friendly, utterly modern and well-planned administrative and business capital of Egypt will appear to the east of Cairo, linking it up with the Suez Canal zone. The mega-project was unveiled during the three-day economic summit held in Sharm El-Sheikh on March 13-15.