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We are a local, well-established agency, with over 7 years in the travel business located in Cairo, Egypt.

We understand tourism not as a mere leisure activity but as an educational yet pleasant journey to unknown countries and cultures. We put a strong focus on bringing long-term & sustainable development to the regions we promote by working closely with local providers and using local products.

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Cairo is indeed the birthplace of civilization. It’s a mix of modern and old, and it’s a great place to relax and have fun. It’s great for history buffs, divers, and families, and it draws people from all over the world with its eye-opening experiences and culture. The nightlife and entertainment in Cairo are vivacious. You can also visit the Nile Valley, the Red Sea, or the Western Desert, all close by. You can finish your Cairo vacation with a sunset camel ride, a close-up look at a mummy tomb, and a chance to see some of the most beautiful art in the world.

There is no travel warning against visiting Cairo, Alexandria, the tourist destinations along the Nile, or the Red Sea resorts of Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada. Most people believe that the region of Egypt extending between the Nile and the Red Sea is rather secure as well.

Known as the “City of Wonders” and the “Capital of Egypt,” Cairo is also known as “the home of the pyramids” and “the centre of an ancient heritage that dates back more than four thousand years across different ages from pharaonic to Coptic to Islamic,” including the Cairo Citadel, hanging church Khan el Khalili bazaar, and other attractions.

When visiting Cairo, three full days is the recommended amount of time for seeing all of the city’s attractions, which include everything from the Giza pyramids and Sphinx to Cairo’s citadel, the Egyptian museum, the Khan el Khalili market, and the city’s different churches and mosques.

March to April and October to November are the best months to visit Cairo, according to the International Tourism Organization. These brief shoulder seasons provide pleasant weather, fewer tourists, and lower hotel prices on the majority of weekdays and weekend days.

The Great Pyramids of Giza, which are a must-see while in Cairo, as well as the Great Sphinx of Giza, Sakkara, Memphis, the Citadel of Salah el Din, the Khan el Khalili Bazaar, Abu Serga, and the Hanging Church are all worth seeing while in Cairo.

The magnificent pyramids of Giza and the Cairo Museum are a popular day trip combo that will cost you around $95 per person. Approximately $95 per person is the cost of a full-day tour of Cairo, which includes the Citadel and the Khan el Khalili market.

When visiting the Pyramids, make sure to stay in the Giza – Cairo metropolitan area, which is home to both luxurious hotels, such as the renowned Marriott Mena House Hotel, which offers unforgettable views of the pyramids from its rooms, and budget-friendly hotels, which can be found just about anywhere near the Giza Plateau.

In Egypt, you are not required to cover your head, but you should dress modestly. Dress in long pants or skirts. Cairo is quite hot, therefore loose-fitting pants will be more comfortable than a pair of thin jeans in this heat. In addition, it is dusty and unclean, causing white garments to seem soiled much more rapidly than clothing of other colours.

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