Egypt is famous for its ancient civilization and houses some of the most magnificent images from all around the world including the Pyramids and Giza, the ancient temple of Luxor and the Great Sphinx. Most of the building in the country date back thousands of years. See more: http://www.ask-aladdin.com/Egypt-Travel-Tips/
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How to Enjoy the Famous Landmarks of
Egypt is famous for its ancient civilization and houses some of the most magnificent images
from all around the world including the Pyramids and Giza, the ancient temple of Luxor and
the Great Sphinx. Most of the building in the country date back thousands of years. Though
the main focus for a large part of the tourist communities lays on the great monuments
alongside the Nile, the possibilities of Egypt travels extend up to snorkeling and diving along
the Red Sea coast. Other tourist attractions in Egypt include camel tours on the mountains of
Sinai, remote oasis tours, visiting the Coptic Monasteries on the Easter Desert and more.
Here is a quick look at Egypt Tourism and all the information regarding Egypt tourism:
Mosque of Ibn Tulun
This mosque is one of the oldest in Cairo and was commissioned by Ahmad ibn Tulun, the
Abbasid governor of Egypt. The mosque has been constructed around a courtyard and on four
sides, it has covered halls. The minarets were built several centuries later.
Dhar is 53 miles North from Sharm el-Sheikh, located on the gulf of Aqaba. It is on the
southern tip of Sinai and used to be an isolated village earlier. One can indulge in activities
like snorkeling, scuba diving, jeep trips, wind surfing and others at this destination.
Located in the Libyan Desert, Siwa Oasis is one of the Egypt's isolated settlements including
the ethnic Berbers. Siwa was an oasis vital for trading route earlier, as the natural springs and
shade of palm trees gave respite to the travelers in the desert. But with the collapse of Roman
Empire, Siwa began to decline and the tourism has become a vital source of income.
Homing around 120,000 items of antiquities within, the Egyptian Museum is indeed one of
the top attractions in Cairo. There are two floors within, ie the ground floor and the first floor.
Ground floor showcases an extensive collection of coins and papyrus used in those time and
the first floor houses the artifacts from the final dynasties. Highlights include the objects from
the Tomb of Tutankhamen and the Royal Mummy Room containing 27 royal mummies from
Red Sea Reef
The Red Sea, located off the coast of Egypt is a beautiful place all over the world to go for
diving. The water in the Red Sea is renowned for spectacular visibility and features some of
the best and most exotic seascapes. Its wide expanse of coral formations on the reefs houses
thousands of different sea creatures. Several Red Sea beach resorts are located on both sides
of the sea and the east side and a part of Sinai Peninsula are long established in Sharm el
Sheikh and its neo-hippy counterpart, Dahab. On the west, the coast of the Red Sea lies
relatively old and touristy Hurghada and a cluster of new resort towns.
The list goes on and on. It is best to choose custom tours for best experience.
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