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Home of the legendary Pharaohs, Egypt is an objective brimming with unique sanctuaries and burial chambers that wow all who visit. It’s not all considerable fortunes and vacation destinations, however.

With immense plots of the desert for 4WD experiences, the Red Sea’s elite coral reefs and wrecks for jumpers, and cruising on the acclaimed Nile River, there are many activities for a wide range of voyagers.

Cairo is the megalopolis that can’t be bested for city slickers, while the Siwa desert garden and the town of Aswan offer a cut of the idle speed of the open country.

With such a significant amount to see and do, Egypt offers guests an opportunity to make agendas that consolidate culture, experience, and unwinding all on one outing.

Plan your tour and track down the best places to visit with our rundown of the top vacation destinations in Egypt.


  • Pyramids of Giza
  • Luxor’s Karnak Temple and Valley of the Kings
  • Nile Cruises
  • Aswan
  • Abu Simbel
  • Diving the Red Sea
  • Islamic Cairo
  • Saqqara
  • Cairo’s Egyptian Museum
  • Great Sphinx
  • South Sinai
  • White Desert
  • Alexandria
  • Abydos Temple
  • Siwa Oasis
  • St. Catherine’s Monastery


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Time and Weather

The climate of Egypt is described by the shortage of precipitation and the bounty of daylight. In a significant part of the nation, the environment is desert, involved by the eastern piece of the Sahara. On the northern coast, disregarding the Mediterranean, there is a sure measure of downpour in winter.

Concerning the temperatures, they are milder on the north coast, while they bit by bit get hotter as you get close to the south.

Along the Red Sea coast, temperatures are higher than on the Mediterranean coast but lower than inland. Notwithstanding, summer is highly blistering.

The best time to visit

Assuming you need to visit the archeological locales of Egypt, like the Great Pyramids of El Giza, the best season is winter (November to February), when the climate is typically gentle and radiant. The temperature reach can be high, particularly in the south, to such an extent that it tends to be warm during the day however, even cold around evening time.

The most awesome months are likely November in the north (Cairo, El Giza) and December in the middle south (Luxor, Aswan).


There are many species of animals living in Egypt. Horses, Camels, Buffalos, and Donkeys are the most prevalent animals to be found here. As for desert wildlife, the Gazelles, Nubian Ibex, Jackals, Jerboas, and desert Foxes are indigenous to the country.

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