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    New Golf Holiday Destinations

    The idea of golfing holidays is not a new one and in fact many destinations have built a healthy tourist trade providing for the needs of the golfer on vacation. Typically it was the resorts of southern Spain and Portugal that held all the cards when it came to attracting golfers but that may be changing with alternative destinations working hard to catch up. Read the rest of this entry »

    Sharm el-Sheikh Tourism

    Looking back in history, Sharm el-Sheikh was once just an occasional base of operations intended for local fishermen. The Israeli are the ones in charge for the commercial development happened in these areas. They built the Ofira town which overlooks Sharm el-Maya Bay, and also the Nesima area. Read the rest of this entry »

    Cairo main cultural attractions

    In a dry riverbed in Egypt’s eastern desert, carvings and inscriptions dating back to 4000 BC can be found. The site marks the only painted pyroglyph in the Eastern Desert, and the drawings of Egyptian reed boats found on the walls are some of the oldest to be discovered. Sights such as these are well worth visiting on a holiday to Egypt as they mark the first signs of writing. Read the rest of this entry »

    Sahara Desert travel information

    The Sahara Desert is one of the most prominent deserts in the world. It experiences the harshest weather on earth. The economy of the Saharan countries relies mainly on mineral deposits and oil. Read the rest of this entry »

    Egypt Travel Information

    Egypt’s mystical and timeless appeal has for centuries seen the ancient country being ranked among the most spectacular sightseeing destinations in the world. Read the rest of this entry »

    Festivals in Egypt

    When most people think of holidaying in Egypt, they likely picture themselves visiting the Pyramids of Giza, setting their eyes upon the Great Sphinx, or perhaps taking a camel ride through the desert. However, there’s much more to Egypt than its most quintessential tourist offerings, with one example being the country’s fantastic festivals and events. Read the rest of this entry »

    Wonders of cheap holidays to Egypt

    A thousand scholars, philosophers and writers have been waxing lyrical over Egypt for the last five thousand years, little has remained unsaid and what can anyone possibly add that has not been written, sung or mythologized? From the awe inspiring, jaw dropping wonder of the Pyramids of Cairo and the archeologically rich Luxor down to the jewel coloured blue of the paradoxically named Red Sea, every type of person from the wannabe Egyptologist to the diver and snorkel wearing enthusiast can have a holiday of a life time. Read the rest of this entry »

    A Closer Look At The Legacy Of Egyptian Jewelry

    The Egyptian culture is steeped with a rich history going back thousands of years. Long ago pharaohs were buried with much of their wealth as a sign of their importance. One of the most significant and lasting legacies of the ancient Egyptians is the beautiful jewelry and other ornaments that have survived to present day. Often these adornments were fashioned with religious symbols and icons, or they were more personal to tell the story about a single person or event. Read the rest of this entry »

    Cairo, Egypt

    The town Cairo is situated in Egypt on the coast of the red sea. It is located on the banks and islands of the Nile River in the north, immediately south of the point where the river leaves its desert bound valley and breaks into two branches into the low lying Nile Delta region. Read the rest of this entry »