Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Egypt tour packages: 10 things to see during your Egypt holidays

Egypt is the birthplace of one of the most ancient civilizations in the world. The country is replete with monuments, temples and pyramids which promise a spectacular visual voyage to anyone who has come for Egypt holidays. The river Nile too holds special attraction and the Nile cruises are a big hit with all the backpackers. However, the country is like a magic box which keeps throwing surprises at you. You come here hoping for a glimpse of the sphinx and the pyramids but get forlorn amidst its myriad other charms. Egypt has temples which can transport you to the era of BC. Luxor is renowned for these temples. And, then there are other things as well.

The Red Sea blesses the country by sharing its neighborhood and makes for heady destinations where snorkeling and scuba-diving can be enjoyed. Then there is the camel ride which you must enjoy or else you will miss out on something really memorable. There are monasteries as well in some pockets of the country, while one can also check out the deserts and the oases. Egypt tour packages promise you a whirlwind ride. Here are some of the more prominent sightseeing attractions of the country:

Pyramids of Giza: The topmost attraction of Egypt is undeniably the pyramids. For checking out the largest of these monumental structures, make sure to head to Giza, the home to the colossal Khufu Pyramid.

Temples of Karnak: Karnak is another must-visit place because of its ageing charms and that feel of lost world. It revels in its ruins and throws up ancient temples the likes of which you will never ever see again.

Red Sea: The reef of Red Sea presents a beautiful picture of a thriving marine life. If the shores are scenic and the beaches are exotic, then the underwater activities like snorkeling make for a heavenly experience. 

Nile: Nile cruises form an integral part of every Egypt trip. Help yourself to a cruise on the longest river of the world by boarding ships, Dahabeyas, boats and feluccas. 

Valley of the Kings: This is the place where the Egyptian kings found their final resting place. The place is a death chamber because of its many tombs. You can even spot the famed tomb of Tutankhamen out here. 

Abu Simbel: Abu Simbel is a delightful place for someone who is interested in archaeology and the archaeological findings. It is particularly famous for its temples.

Egyptian museum: Do not miss out on a stay in Cairo during your Egypt holidays! And do not miss out on a visit to the Egyptian Museum, the home to coins, papyrus and mummies. 

Siwa Oasis: Siwa Oasis is an oasis and a habitable place amidst the otherwise secluded Libyan Desert. 

Dahab: Dahab is for revelers. Youths can have a whale of a time here with exciting water sports and road trips.

Mosque of Ibn Tulun: Some Egypt tour packages also include a trip to the mosque of Ibn Tulun. Situated in Cairo, this mosque was built in the 9th century and serves as a tourist attraction.


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