The Pyramid of Kheops or Great Pyramid of Giza is the most famous and largest of the pyramids of Egypt and is incidentally one of the 7 wonders of the world. It is estimated that its volume reaches 2.340.000 m3!
The Giza Sphinx is the ancient statue that stands in front of the great pyramids of the Giza plateau, upstream of the Nile Delta, in Lower Egypt (close to the pyramid of Khufu). It is one of the unavoidable and well-known monuments of Egypt and it contains riddles still unresolved. The adventure of Egypt is endless.
The history of ancient Egypt is dominated in large part by its rather peculiar religion. The religious complex of Karnak includes a vast set of ruins of temples, chapels, pylons, and other ancient buildings.
The Egyptian Museum in Cairo is one of the largest museums entirely devoted to Egyptian Antiquity. Nearly 120,000 antiquities are exhibited, including mummies found in the 19th century. During a visit to the capital, the visit to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo is inevitable.
Egypt is undoubtedly one of the best diving areas in the world. Whether you are a beginner or a confirmed driver, a diving trip to Egypt is essential: a visibility often perfect, a specific blue, rich and varied reefs, myriads of fish, yellow, red, orange, Pelagic and sumptuous wrecks.
The Mount Sinai also called Jebel Musa or for “Mountain of Moses“, is in the Sinai and culminates at 2285 meters altitude. This mountain is one of the highest in Egypt but is especially famous in the biblical tradition for being the place where Moses first met God in the burning bush and received the Ten Commandments.
Making a cruise on the Nile is one of the great classics of a trip to Egypt and a good way to relax while traveling to discover the wonders of this country. Embark for example from Aswan to Luxor aboard an old steamboat and make short nautical excursions in a felucca to visit the monuments and isolated islands of world renown.