Why Egypt is considered to be the oldest travel destinations.

With the impressive history that reaches back to the dawn of civilization, Egypt is considered as the oldest travel destination on the Earth. The African nation’s awe-inspiring temples and pyramids have caught the imagination of the visitors for thousands of years. Although most of the travelers come to Egypt for the sake of viewing its ancient monument, natural attraction, and historical temples. A trekking day through the Sahara and lead visitors to refreshing fresh water spring oasis.

Abu Simbel

Since the revolution had taken in 2011 and the ongoing counter-revolution, tourists have escaped from the Egypt to a large extent. As the tourism is the backbone of the country, the Egyptian government is trying to make place tourist friendly and assuring them to visit safely. The Egyptian government is taking care of Egypt Tourist Attractions so that many tourists can come to visit the place.

Here are some of the oldest Egyptian places which had made most liked tourist destination-

Hurghada-

Hurghada

Hurghada, once was a small and unimpressive fishing village, located next to the Red Sea and boasting a number of sandy beaches. Today, the resort town of the place is almost distorted from its past life and has grown to become one of the places among Egypt Tourist Attractions. In the place, visitors will find more than 100 of Hotels and many of which are placed at the seashore. Hurghada is especially popular for its diving opportunity.

Alexandria-

Alexandria

The place is located on the Mediterranean sea, Alexandria is Egypt’s prominent port and transportation hub. The city founded by the ruler Alexander the Great, the city was once known as the junction of the world. Due to many devastating earthquakes in 14the century, many of Alexandria’s famous historical sites, including a library that contained more than 500,000 books were destroyed. Today city has lost its most of the glorious and historical places but it is still worthy of visiting for the visitors as it still has many historical pyramids, temples and so on.

Dahab-

Dahab blue hole

Dahab is located some 85 km north of Sharm El-Sheikh on the Gulf of the Aqaba. The place is near to the southern tip of Sinai. It was the isolated coastal village, but now it is turned into a hangout place for the tourists in the 1980’s and become something of an alternative resort. The place also entertains the cheap accommodation with a laid back lifestyle. The amalgamation of the Red Sea and Sanai desert make Dahab perfect for the world class windsurfing, rock climbing, desert trekking and scuba diving.

Siwa Oasis-

Siwa Oasis

It is located near to the Egypt’s western border, Siwa Oasis continued to be the culturally inaccessible for the rest of the country until late the 19th century. Now in today’s date, Siwa Oasis is increasing at a higher rate and becoming one of the most popular places in Egypt among tourists. Visitors come here to visit the place to enjoy the town’s many freshwater springs and to sightsee the ancient mud-built forts and fragments of Siwa’s Greco-Roman past.

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