You can catch a sight of the Edfu’s Temple of Horus and the temple of Kom Ombo. You can visit Abu Simbel. It is the temple of Ramses II, who was one of the two longest-ruling Pharaohs in the history of Egypt. The temple has embellishments with massive statues of the pharaoh and extensively decorated interiors.
Located near the Eastern Desert, the Red Sea Riviera is a long coastal area with beautiful beaches that lead to the Red Sea. You'll be able to swim among dolphins, dugongs and an overwhelming number of flora and fauna. The year-round sunshine on the Egyptian Red Sea makes it a perfect diving destination at any time of the year.
Egypt is one of the most mystical places on Earth. The enormity of the Great Pyramid of Giza will make you wonder of the technological advancement the ancient people of Egypt had achieved. You can go for a ride in the desert on a quad bike or a jeep. You can take a multi-day cruise trip on the longest river in the world, Nile.
The thriving fish life, and the meeting of indigo water with the blue sky is indeed a spectacular experience. Thus, Hurghada offers an assortment of places for adventure seekers. The straits of Gubal are a notable diving destination in the Red Sea.
It has one of the best diving zones in the world. You go diving in the red sea and marvel at the famous wreck of World War II, the Thistlegorm. You can take snorkeling trips in the waters of Ras Um Sid and see several reef fish near the shore of the sea.
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