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Posted by on Feb 10, 2012 in Middle East, Travel Routes

Travel Route: Egypt

Travel Route: Egypt

Pyramids, Mummies, Camels, Deserts – OH MY! I have never met a human being who has said “I don’t want to go there” when the topic of Egypt comes up. With all its ancient wonders and rich culture and history, Everybody is drawn to this countries splendors and hospitality.

This is a travel Route through Egypt. It visits all the major cities and you can do day trips to all major sights.

I’ve listed 3 sights/activities by City in the form of photos. I am a highly visual person, who loves colour, and is easily enticed by it. Perhaps you will be to.


           Mosque                                       Khan El-Khalili                        Pyramids of Giza

 Sharm al-Shiekh

     Swim                             St.Catherine’s Monastery        Go Diving, Snorkling, or Shark swimming


    Beach                                         Mosque                                    Sindbad Submarine Rides


Karnak Temple                        Luxor Temple                          Valley of the Kings


Felucca on the Nile                 Philae Temple                      St. Simeon’s Monastery 

Abu Simbel

Staues of Ramses the Great           Main Hall                          Nefertari Temple

Karga Oasis

    Temple of Hibis                     Kharga Oasis City                    Necropolis at Al-Bahawat

Farafra Oasis

Badr’s Museum                         White Desert                           Ride a Camel

Bahariya Oasis

Black Desert                              Cemetery                                    Valley of the Golden Mummies


    Homes                                        Temple of Amun                          Fatnis Island


Mosque of Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi      St.Mina’s Monastery    Seaport


Everybody knows and understands why Egypt is one of the top tourist destinations in the world – its rich cultural history is stunning. But more so – the fact the the architecture has lasted so long – is INCREDIBLE.

Now who else is salivating at the thought of riding a camel through this mystical land?