egypt holidays

An Egyptian Oasis: Discover the Bedouin Mystery

Oases have historically provided respite and a resting place for travelling caravans of Bedouin people in Egypt. The Oases of Egypt rise out of the arid desert, like lush and verdant miracles. They have attracted curious travellers and Egyptians since Pharaonic times. Each one has a unique character and ambience all its own.

When planning your […]

By |August 1st, 2013|Africa, Gap Year Destinations|0 Comments

10 Beautiful Red Sea Hotels

10 Beautiful Red Sea Hotels

Visiting Egypt is always a treat and many people return as often as possible. Aside from the fabulous antiquities, pyramids and markets there is the glorious Red Sea: warm, crystal clear water, abundant marine life flitting through the vibrant coral and soft white sandy beaches where you can relax and enjoy […]

By |Juni 27th, 2013|Africa, Gap Year Destinations|0 Comments

Talk Like an Egyptian – Basic Phrases to Use in Egypt

An increasing amount of people take language lessons in a foreign tongue ahead of their precious holiday at night school, usually in Spanish, Italian and French.

However, as the likes of Sharm el Sheikh, Hurgada and Nile Cruises are becoming more popular given the great range of deals on holidays to Egypt, I thought it would […]

By |Februar 12th, 2013|Africa, Contributed, Gap Year Destinations|0 Comments

More to Egypt than Pyramids – Introducing Abu Simbel

The pyramids are usually the first thing that comes to mind when picturing Egypt. Stunning as they are, right in the midst of heaving Cairo and teeming with touts the magic can be a little lost by the time you even make it through the gates.

Abu Simbel on the other hand, rising from the banks […]

By |Februar 6th, 2013|Africa, Contributed, Gap Year Destinations|0 Comments

Top 10 Tips for Holidaymakers Haggling in Egyptian Markets

Haggling in Egypt is as much a natural way of life as waiting for your change in the UK.But it can be intimidating to a first time visitor on their Egypt holiday. You might be tempted to avoid the ritual altogether and lose the difference in the price you would be saving, however to do […]

By |November 21st, 2011|Contributed|0 Comments