Egypt & the Red Sea

Discover Egypt's rich history and remarkable monuments, including the Great Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx, while exploring the world-renowned Nile valley. Dive into the inviting warm waters of the Red Sea, home to stunning coral reefs and colourful marine species. Experience the bustling coastal cities along the Red Sea shores and embrace a unique journey across this transcontinental region, teeming with cultural and natural treasures.

Where is Egypt & the Red Sea?

Egypt is a transcontinental country situated in Northeast Africa with a small portion in Southwest Asia, via the Sinai Peninsula. The Nile River and the Suez Canal, which connects the Mediterranean Sea with the Red Sea, are significant geographical features in Egypt.

The Red Sea is located between Africa and Asia. It lies south of Egypt and its northern end is bordered by the Sinai Peninsula. The Red Sea also borders several other countries including Sudan, Eritrea, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Jordan, and Israel.

Ancient History Meets Incredible Diversity

One of the World's Earliest and Longest-Lasting Civilizations

A trip to Egypt promises an unforgettable adventure into its ancient history, with famous landmarks like the Great Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx. Explore the Nile valley and its temples, tombs, and fertile landscapes. The Red Sea, with its exquisite coral reefs, diverse marine life, and inviting waters, offers a fantastic opportunity for diving, snorkelling, and beachside relaxation alongside bustling coastal cities such as Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh.

Why Should I Visit Egypt & the Red Sea?

Historical Allure
Dazzling Marine Life
Exceptional Beach Resorts

Historical Allure

Venturing to Egypt is embarking on an epic journey through time. This time-honoured land, steeped in ancient history, offers a treasure trove of archaeological wonders. From the iconic Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx to the royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings and the ancient temples scattered along the Nile Valley, Egypt provides an unrivalled look into a past where Pharaohs, queens, and gods reigned supreme.

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