Egypt – An Adventurer’s Paradise

Are you looking for a great travel destination, but do not want to visit the same old tourist haunts? Are you looking for a place that can provide an exotic and interesting environment? Then consider taking a trip to the unique and ancient land of Egypt. If you love to explore the architecture and lifestyles of the old world, then a getaway to the mystical land of Egypt is the perfect place to indulge your dreams. Here are 5 top reasons for you to visit Egypt, listed from number 5 to the number 1 reason.

As you sail along you will enjoy relics from the distant past, as well as tourist stops that enable you to walk the lands. In Egypt people typically live in the same way they had lived in biblical times. You will see mud-brick houses and fields along your journey. The fields will have men who use donkeys or wooden plows busy at work.

If you are like a small majority of people in the world today that like five star luxury everywhere you go then you will be more up for cruises that are on board a luxury yacht! A Thailand Cruises package for 4 days in Phang Nga Bay is a completely different experience to that of Mediterranean cruises.

Another destination on this tour is the capital city of New Caledonia, Noumea. This often-overlooked city has more days of sunshine than any other Pacific Island capital. This works out great because of all the city’s fantastic beaches! This cruise is a great way to see some gorgeous places that you probably never heard of before.

Most Nile Cruise visit Luxor on the site of ancient Thebes. Here you will see the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, ancient Egypt’s longest ruling female pharaoh, who reigned from approximately1490 – 1468 B.C. Some historians believe that she was the Pharaoh’s daughter that drew Moses out of the Nile. At the northern end of town is the sprawling Karnak complex of temples built over a span of about 1,500 years. As you walk from the front to the back it is like walking back in time.

A Nile cruise can transport you from the ancient wonders of the world to the modern marvels of the world, the Aswan Dam and the High Dam. Aswan is Egypt’s southernmost city and is larger and quieter than Luxor. Here you can see the Nile at its most beautiful. Islands covered in palm groves and tropical plants are set against high desert hills topped with the Aga Khan’s Mausoleum as a dramatic backdrop.

So, you can conclude from this that cruises around the world don’t exist only in the rich man’s universe. They may be more affordable than you thought.

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