What was once a small fishing village, Hurghada is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in Egypt. Its location along the Red Sea coast has earned it ample praise from water sports enthusiasts who look to dive and snorkel the beautiful waters. However, there is more to do than just get wet as Hurghada offers a number of other things to do – from historical sights to an after dark scene popular with European travelers. If you’re planning a trip to Egypt, here’s what to see in Hurghada.
While traveling in Egypt, you’re likely to quickly figure out that some of the foods Egyptians start the day off with are the same foods they eat throughout the day. The cuisine of Egypt depends heavily on legumes and vegetables.
Undoubtedly, one of the best reasons to include Luxor on your Egyptian holiday is the opportunity to explore the remnants of Karnak Temple. The Karnak Temple Complex is commonly referred to as Karnak and encompasses a number of structures. Karnak is one of the world’s largest and most important religious centers, attracting visitors from all over the globe.
Looking to take a Nile River cruise? Wondering why the limited options out of Cairo are so expensive? It might surprise you to learn that most Nile cruises depart from locations other than Cairo itself. Nile River cruises out of Cairo are longer and tend to be on the luxury high-end, out of budget for a number of travelers.