Egypt is a destination that everyone has to visit once in their lives. The weather during summer is just amazing to indulge in the exhilarating things that Nort African county offers as well as exploring the amazing places. Go for diving, cycling, and visit the exceptional museums, and temples and have a soul-stirring experience.
Take a look, below, at the best places in the land of Pharaohs:Hurghada
Located in the eastern part of Egypt, Hurghada is one of the best tourist destinations in the Middle East.
With mesmerizing sapphire waters, natural riches, and entertainment parks, the Red Sea spot offers a profusion of epic experiences.
From Hurghada's lively streets to Grand Aquarium, and Marina, these dreamy places will pique your interest in a million different ways.
Indulge yourself in the range of delicious Seafood cuisines, thrilling water sports, and a shopping extravaganza.
The perfect weather will also have you and your kids pumped up to go out and play! Not to mention the lucrative cheap prices of everything!
You don’t need to embark on a snorkeling vacation or ping adventure to experience the wonders of the Red Sea floor, because Hurghada actually features one of the best aquariums in the world, which means to see marine animals and habitats up close, all you have to do is plan a day trip.
Minya is one of the most notable recognized Cities in Upper Egypt and the capital of Minya Governorate, known famously for its oldest and most Ancient Egyptian sites. Originally called ‘Arous Esaiid’ in ancient Egypt, Minya is often known also as the ‘World's greatest open-air Museum’.
The ruins of the early Al-Ashmūnein (ancient Hermopolis), and Tūnat al-Jabal stand within the modern city on the East Bank and life goes on unchanged for centuries amongst the domestic residents.
Minya City lies between the East and West banks of the River Nile and is crossed daily by locals and tourists alike with Felucca boats and Ferries alike.
The iconic city has many monuments, tombs, and temples located on the West Bank like the Gabal el Teir (Mountain of Birds), which attracts millions of tourists worldwide arriving annually to partake in this famous pilgrimage in Egyptian ancient civilization.
Located near the northern tip of the Gulf of Aqaba, it is a frequent vacation spot for both Egyptians and tourists, especially those from Russia on their way to other destinations in Egypt or as a weekend getaway. It is the most popular resort on Egypt's eastern coastline along the Red Sea, Egypt's Red Sea Riviera.
Nearly, the majority of current residents of Taba are Bedouins who are originally nomads, herding their goats and sheep around the desert, moving frequently, and setting up temporary settlements as they went.
While some of them continue to maintain a traditional nomadic lifestyle, the majority now live somewhat permanently in Bedouin Village - the only settlement in the protected area - and are heavily involved in the area's tourism industry. Many elements of Bedouin life remain ubiquitous in Taba, allowing visitors to enjoy an authentic cultural experience during their visit.