ATTRACTIONS – EGYPT
Catamaran Sailing Cruises, El Gouna
The Ocean Divas are fast, stylish and modern catamarans that will take you to the most exciting spots in the Red Sea. Attractions include swimming and snorkeling, colourful fishes and beautiful reefs, delicious food and drink, safety and smooth sailing, Professional crew, Sunset (beautiful), Dolphin sightings ( in our trip we couldn’t see), the ultimate Red Sea experience ! Ocean Diva Catamaran Sailing Cruises. El Gouna, Egypt.
Nubian Village, Aswan, Egypt
The Nubian Village on the Elephantine Island in Aswan is a great place to visit. The Nubians were an ethnic group coming from southern Egypt and northern Sudan, who during the course of history started a number of settlements along the Nile River. You will sail to the Nubian Village on the Nile by a Motorboat. This tour to the Nubian Village lets you to meet with Nubian family and to learn about their simple lifestyle, traditions and culture.
Karnak Temple, Luxor, Egypt
The Karnak Temple Complex in Luxor, Egypt is home to three main temples, several smaller enclosed temples, and a number of outer temples – combining the achievements of many generations of ancient builders over a period of 1500 years. Around thirty different pharaohs contributed to the building process of this site. It was after all the New Kingdom’s most sacred site.
Aswan Botanical Garden
Aswan Botanical Garden is essentially an entire island known as Kitchener’s Island. The island slowly but sure morphed into a world class botanical garden when it was given to Lord Kitchener in 1898. Today, Aswan Botanical Garden is very popular among locals and tourists, but it’s so much more than just a pretty place to enjoy a weekend picnic, the Aswan Botanical Garden also serves as an important center of botanical research that tests the viability suitability of certain plants species in the Egyptian climate. Many tourists like to visit the gardens as part of a “felucca” tour of the river and the islands of Aswan.
The Valley of the Kings, Luxor, Egypt
Situated on the ancient site of Thebes, on Luxor’s West Bank, the Valley of Kings is the ancient burial ground of many of Egypt’s New Kingdom rulers. For a period of nearly 500 years from the 16th to 11th century BC, rock cut tombs were excavated for the Pharaohs and powerful nobles of the New Kingdom. There you will find Tutankhamen tomb which was discovered almost intact in 1922 and the tomb of Ramses IV, among others. A ticket will allow you visiting 3 of the 63 tombs on site, except Tutankhamen tomb which requires an additional ticket.