Despite Too Many Touts and Bait and Switches, The Author Would Still Return to Egypt’s Incredible Sites By Norm Bour As a full-time travel journalist…
The Grand Egyptian Museum, or GEM, is about to be open to the public in Cairo, displaying the many treasures of history for centuries.
Egypt: Five reasons to travel there right now, by an expat who lives in Cairo. It’s not nearly as dangerous as the media depicts, and they need our dollars.
Mariel Kennison writes about The Practical Guide to Cairo, a guide to Egypt’s capital by people who live in and love the city.
In Southern Egypt’s desert, the remarkable Grand Temples at Abu Simbel are one of the world’s most dazzling sights. How to visit the temple in Egypt.
Two American women venture into the vast empty desert of Egypt, to the oasis of Siwa, and enjoy magical hot springs, local culture and shisha.
“We’re here to see and be seen, “ said my travel companion, Nicole.” She was correct. As a pair of single American women in Egypt, we were aware that we are ambassadors for our kind: the fiercely independent female traveler.
King Tut in Egypt: Mary O’Brien travels to Egypt and visits the Great Pyramids at Giza, the Sphinx, the Valley of the Kings and the temples at Luxor.
Robin Graham takes us to his favorite restaurants and cafes in Cairo to sample the eclectic cuisines of the Egyptian capital – breakfast in Egypt
Egypt: Read about different exotic resorts in Soma Bay and popular activities and pastimes of the culture.
Hiking at St Catherine’s Protectorate in the Sinai in Egypt. Joining a Bedouin on a desert hike and barbecue.
Egypt: Cairo and the Countryside, adventures as a traveling woman in Cairo, in rural Egypt, and on a Felucca trip down the Nile River.