This magnificent and otherworldly temple is a mere 3 hours away by road from Aswan and we truly urge you to make the time to visit as it is veritably a wonder of world in its stature, its magnificence and other wordliness. The feeling that will permeate your being as you stand looking up at the carved statues of stone will be matched by none other in your lifetime. This is eternity, you will say to yourself. You will have…
This one-day tour will introduce you to the city of Alexander the Great founded around 331 BC, which later became the seat of the Queen Cleopatra. Once the home for the Royal Library and the legendary Pharos Lighthouse today Alexandria also has a lot to offer its visitors – from the monuments of Roman and Greek era to modern library with millions of books and Internet archive.
Aswan is one picturesque city. It stand proud on the southernmost tip of Upper Egypt, the last bastion before the Egyptian-Sudanese border. Hugging the hills behind it, keeping the Nile waters at bay by way of the High Aswan Dam, It keeps a jealous eye on the many splendours of Pharaonic Egypt, amongst them, the Temple of Abu Simbel, the temples of Philae and Kom Ombo and many others in addtition to preserving its proud Nubian traditions to be experienced…
This morning you will bask in the most extensive treasure trove of ancient Pharaonic artifacts to your hearts content. Just stroll down the halls of the Museum and contemplate the dazzling works of arts presented for your perusal. From jewelry, to funishings, to regal masks, thrones, weapons and mummies. Let your eyes feast on this banquet of riches.
How thrilling and exhilarating it must be to feel like a bird and see the world from above. Even more wonderful, you can look down upon one the richest landscapes in the world, made up of temples, chapels, pillars, statues and just about anything you can imagine in this unique open-air museum that is Luxor.
Colorful comes to mind, unique, bright, brilliant, exotic…. This is Nubia, a very authentic and original region in the heart of Pharaonic Egypt. Its culture is steeped in tradition, its language apart from the rest and its architecture stems from its past. Sail on the Nile and visit a Nubian village and take a peek at their lifestyle which is still very much bound to the past.
This morning you will head to the Karnak Temple Complex dedicated to the Theban triad of Amun, Mut, and Khonsu. This vast arena consists of a multitude of temples, chapels, pylons and greatest of all is the Great Temple of Amun. This large open-air museum was once named Ipet-isut, meaning "the most select of places" and indeed it was the most important place of worship. Its construction began in the Middle Kingdom (2000-1700 BC) and continued for about 1,300 years.
Being the largest city in the Middle-East and second-largest in Africa, Cairo with its chaotic traffic and bustle can be overwhelming and somehow tiring if your trip is not correctly planned. Lady Egypt offers you the shortest and the most comprehensive tour to explore Egypt’s capital.
Hello and welcome. Our representative will meet you at your hotel in Luxor and drive you to the West Bank to visit the world-famous Valley of the Kings, with its plethora of tombs and burial chambers. While 26 of them were carved out for Pharaohs, the others belong to royal family members and nobles. Only fifteen tombs are open to public, amongst them are those of Tutankhamun, Thutmose III, Rameses I and Seti II. Feel the mystic breeze moving around…
Nubians are probably the most colorful and distinctive people in Egypt. Their culture, customs and lifestyle are an attraction that draws visitors from all over the world. Come and explore. Discover Nubian antiquities of different eras and set your sights on the best examples of Nubian architecture.
Take a day off and discover Luxor, ancient Thebes, capital of the Pharaohs of Upper Egypt. Stroll around the Valley of the Kings, feel the shivers of its ghostly spirits floating around you and weave your way around the many temples and chapels at the Karnak Temple Complex and let your imagination take you back into the past.
Not just a museum. It is also a house with a story waiting to be told. Come and listen, come in and see and feel. Feel the touch of time that has passed over these walls. This House-museum is made up of two buildings, one of which whose walls touch a house of prayer, the Ibn Tulun Mosque, whose outer-wall provide support for that house. One was built in 1632 AD and was later bought by a Cretan lady, thus…
At the Pyramids, the early or late evening performance of this spectacular sound and laser light show is a must to see while in Cairo. The voice of the great Sphinx tells you the life story of Pharaohs and how the great pyramids were built. (The show is in many different languages)
Until recent times, Siwa was the most inaccessible and isolated region in Egypt. Yet it holds allure and mystery, an oasis with a past, rich in history and relics of ancient civilizations. Rich with historical sights and freshwater springs it now attracts visitors from all over the world wanting to explore its unique culture and customs.
Abu Galum is one of five Managed Resource Protected Area in the Sinai. It sits right between Dahab and Nuweiba, on the east coast of the peninsula. Characterized by its spectacular granite mountains that abruptly dip onto the narrow coastal plain, it is mountainous and coastal at the same time, fronted by rich coral reefs, ecosystems that are unique to the Gulf of Aqaba.
Take a cool trip into the past and discover how the Pharaohs lived, dressed and spent their days. The Pharaonic Village is located on an island in the Nile River takes you along the daily routine of regular Ancient Egyptian workers, villagers, fishermen, potters and priests as well.
Start a new adventure in Fayum. Your personal guide will pick you up from your hotel early morning. The trip to Fayum is under three hours.. Upon arrival in Fayoum you will enjoy a visit to “Karanis” which is the ruin of an old city dating from the Roman, Coptic and Early Islamic and other visit worthy sights.
Tired of the routine and monotony of your beach holidays? Leave Sharm el Sheikh for an exotic Bedouin safari, enjoy the feel of the desert around you, taste the herbal tea and bread made according to Bedouin tradition; enjoy an typical traditional show and candle-lit dinner and remember your school astronomy classes while watching the stars and planets through a telescope.