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Egypt were a stoner/doom power trio from Fargo, North Dakota. In their original run the band managed to release a four-song demo which attained a significant cult following well after the group disbanded. Eventually Egypt would reform from 2013 - 2018 with three studio albums released in that time.

  • 1.1 The First Incarnation of Egypt (2003 - 2006)
  • 1.2 Re-Discovering Egypt and Become The Sun (2010, 2013 - 2014)
  • 1.3 Endless Flight & Cracks and Lines (2015 - 2018)
  • 2 Discography
  • 5 External Links
  • 6 References

History [ ]

The first incarnation of egypt (2003 - 2006) [ ].

Very little is known of the original incarnation of Egypt besides the fact the group formed in 2003 with the lineup of Aaron Esterby, Chad Helle and Ryan Grahn. In 2005 Egypt would release their self-titled demo on a CD-R limited to 150 copies [1] . Through word of mouth and the underground scene it essentially became "the demo that wouldn't die" as the band themselves called it, the four songs' legacy outlasting the band itself, whom broke up in 2006. Lyderhorn Records would remaster and reissue the demo in 2007 while MeteorCity Records would reissue it on CD in 2009.

Re-Discovering Egypt and Become The Sun (2010, 2013 - 2014) [ ]

Egypt's original lineup would reunite for a one-off performance in May 2010 in Fargo. A couple years later the group would get back together and begin work on their first studio album, to which new guitarist Neal Stein would take over to finish the record. The band's return gig on their second run happened on 6 October 2012 at The Aquarium in Fargo (With Shit On Top Of Shit and Gorgantron) [2] On 1 January 2013 Egypt would release their first studio album Become The Sun via Totem Cat Records, with a vinyl release via Doommentia Records following on 30 June 2013. Become The Sun would be heavily praised by critics in the stoner scene. A split with Wo Fat also saw release in the form of Cyclopean Riffs via Totem at on 10 June 2013. The band began to perform more frequently be it a short Midwest tour that August or supporting the likes of Weedeater , Orange Goblin and Church of Misery among others. 2014 would see a reissue of the first EP via Doommentia and the group performing various shows in Minnesota and North Dakota along with a Midwest tour that June (Including an appearance at Days of The Doomed ) and performing shows in their home city alongside Weedeater and Acid Mothers Temple . Tragedy would befall the group as founding guitarist Ryan Grahn would pass away on 16 December 2014, just a few days after his 41st birthday.

Endless Flight & Cracks and Lines (2015 - 2018) [ ]

With new recordings composed and new places on the horizon, Egypt would tour Europe for the first time that May and June, culminating in an appearance at Freak Valley Festival . Closing the year, the band would perform with Spirit Caravan and Elder that November and release their second studio album Endless Flight on 14 December 2015. Egypt would tour Europe once again in 2016, beginning with appearances at DesertFest London and DesertFest Berlin before closing out with an appearance at Doomed Gatherings in Paris, France. The band would return to the states for an appearance at Stoned Meadow of Doom Fest in Omaha, Nebraska that September. [3] Egypt would release their third studio album Cracks and Lines on 20 June 2017, touring Europe that July in support of the record. The band's final show of the year came on 28 October 2017 at The Aquarium (With Bewitcher, Gorgantron and 9Eyes) [4]

On 15 February 2018, Egypt would announce they would disband once again. [5] The band would release an unreleased instrumental the next day. [6]

Discography [ ]

  • Egypt (EP / MiniAlbum) (2005, Self-Released)
  • Become The Sun (Studio Album) (2013, Totem Cat)
  • Cyclopean Riffs (Split with Wo Fat ) (2013, Totem Cat)
  • Endless Flight (Studio Album) (2015, Valley of the Kings)
  • Cracks and Lines (Studio Album) (2017, Valley of the Kings)

Members [ ]

  • Aaron Esterby - Bass, Vocals (2003 - 2007; 2012 - 2018)
  • Chad Helle - Drums (2003 - 2007; 2012 - 2018)
  • Ryan Grahn - Guitars (2003 - 2007, 2010) (Died 2014)
  • Neal Stein - Guitars (2012 - 2018)
  • 2013 USA Mini-Tour (2013)
  • 2014 USA Midwest Tour (2014)
  • Egypt & Tombstones European Tour (With Tombstones ) (2015) [7]
  • European Tour 2016 (2016) [8]
  • European Tour 2017 (2017) [9]

External Links [ ]

  • Egypt on Discogs

References [ ]

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  • 3 Victor Griffin

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Seun Kuti & Egypt 80

Seun Kuti is the youngest son of legendary Afrobeat godfather Fela Kuti. At the age of nine, Seun expressed a wish to sing to his father. A short while later Seun started performing with his father and the band, until his father’s untimely death in 1997. Seun, then only 14 years old, assumed the role as leader of the Egypt 80. Ever since, Seun has followed the political and social ethos of his father. Along the way, he began to add his own twist to the music, digging deep into various African traditions to reflect the continent's struggles and cultures. About three quarters of the current Egypt 80 line-up consists of musicians that not only played with Fela Kuti, but often were arrested and harassed alongside the founder of the Afrobeat movement. Seun Kuti has toured the world and released many albums.

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Here are the hottest music events happening right now in egypt.

Here are the Hottest Music Events Happening Right Now in Egypt

Farah Fahim

A crowd cheering, tunes floating in the air, and a voice serenading the masses; that is what concerts are all about. Concerts can make anyone feel young, waiting in long lines with anticipation and screaming lyrics with a crowd of people you share nothing with but your love of music. Concerts are a great way for fans to experience their favourite music and artists and have a memorable experience. Luckily, Egypt has some fantastic events happening, ranging from celebrity performances to upscale music festivals. So if you’re looking for an exciting way to spend your night with friends, here are some upcoming concerts for you.

The Backstreet Boys

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As part of their “DNA World Tour”, the famous boy band is scheduled to perform at Zed East on May 1 st at 9 pm. This is the group’s first concert in Cairo, and they are also playing in the UAE, KSA, and South Africa. The boy band was formed in 1993 but rose to fame with their first album, “Backstreet Boys”, in 1996. They are considered one the most successful boy bands of all time, having sold over 100 million records worldwide. The beloved boy band also gave us some of our favourite songs, such as “I Want It That Way” and “Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely”. Rush to TicketsMarche to get your ticket and enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime event.

Amr Diab Retro Concert -AUC

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Amr Diab, also known as “El Hadaba”, has been a consistently successful and popular artist since his rise to fame in 1983. He is currently the best-selling artist in the Middle East and manages to hold on to that title with his countless albums and number-one hits. The Egyptian sensation that is Amr Diab always puts up a riveting performance at his concerts. His crowd is always diverse, he has commanded the Egyptian music scene for many generations, and his fanbase varies in age accordingly. His next show is at the American University in Cairo’s New Cairo campus. You can find tickets at Tazkarti .

Sandbox Festival- El Gouna

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via Sandbox

The festival has been around for a few years, and it just keeps getting better! Sandbox aims to solidify a culture of “genre-bending lineups” for strangers of different backgrounds. They offer a variety of local and international performers that are encouraged to show their uniqueness. The festival is held in El Gouna, which serves not only as a mesmerising backdrop but also as a relaxing environment since the festival also offers a holistic experience, group yoga, and wellness classes. They also supply healthy food options, and of course, their location makes it easy to take a break and dip in the Red Sea. This year, their lineup includes local and foreign DJs and artists like Agents of Time, DJ Seinfeld, and Ahmed Spins. You can get tickets for Sandbox weekend running from Thursday, 11 th of May to Saturday, 13 th of May, here .

Red Bull Soundclash

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It’s been ten years since Soundclash started in Egypt, with the first one taking place in Baron Palace back in 2013. The event, organised by Red Bull, brings together two bands with different styles and fanbases to compete for the crowd’s attention. The stages are set on opposite sides of each other, with each band taking turns improvising, and the crowd decides which one wins. This year, for their tenth anniversary, Soundclash is bringing together two top artists of different genres, Sharmoofers VS Afroto, with Disco Misr headlining. The event will be held at the Mall of Egypt on the 12 th of May, and doors will open at 1 pm. You can get your tickets from the Talabat application.

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“Harnessing Ancient Energy”: The Grateful Dead’s 1978 Concert in Giza

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By Mona Bassel

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Many international artists have performed by the pyramids of Giza over the years, but their experiences cannot be compared to that of The Grateful Dead in September 1978. The American rock group claimed that they were not there just to perform; they were there to record an album, “harness the ancient energy” of the location, and “levitate” the Great Pyramid off the ground.

Although they weren’t able to levitate the Great Pyramid, the trip proved to be a memorable one for the band members, fans, and locals alike.

“Egypt instantly became the biggest, baddest, and most legendary field trip that we took during our entire 30 years as a band,” The Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann explained in his book titled Deal: My Three Decades of Drumming, Dreams, and Drugs.

A Pharaonic Curse?

The band’s trip to Egypt can be described in many ways, but “smooth” isn’t one of them. Set to record the album Rocking the Cradle: Egypt 1978 and perform three consecutive nights of shows, the band members continued to encounter one logistical hurdle after another.

To start off, an equipment truck ended up getting stuck in the sand and had to be dragged by camels. The recording gear made the first night’s recording sound odd, with distorted and missing vocals, therefore rendering the entire first night’s work useless. However, the band members persevered and worked with the material available from the second and third concerts to create their album.

The piano tuning technician also backed out at the last minute, so the piano was out of tune for all three performances.

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To make matters worse, Kreutzmann cracked a bone in his wrist when he fell off a horse and ended up having to play the drums with only one arm. Bassist John Kahn fell down the stairs of the recording truck and had to take a lot of pain medications.

Put simply, the band members were not in peak form.

The Show and the Locals

The concert is said to have been attended by around a thousand people; these included many devoted The Grateful Dead fans who could afford the long plane ride to Cairo. They were accompanied by, as music photographer Adrian Boo t puts it, “a bunch of bemused Bedouins and their goats.”

The first night was also attended by at-the-time first lady Jehan Sadat, who sadly died earlier this year.

The band was accompanied by Nubian Oud player Hamza El Din and other Nubian musicians for a few songs, which turned into a cross-cultural jamming session fusing Egyptian folklore music with American rock tunes.

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The proceeds from the ticket sales were donated to Egypt’s Department of Antiquities, an apt choice considering the band’s fascination with ancient artifacts.

“I was one of the first people in the band who was on the trip of playing at places of power. You know, power that’s been preserved from the ancient world. The pyramids are like the obvious number one choice because no matter what anyone thinks they might be, there is definitely some kind of mojo about the pyramids,” said bassist Phil Lesh in The Grateful Dead Reader.

A Cosmic “Trip”

The use of psychedelic drugs like lysergic acid diethylamide, commonly referred to as LSD, was common among the hippie community to which The Grateful Dead’s fandom belonged. Therefore, it made sense that many of the fans decided to sneak in liquid LSD to take during the last concert, which coincided with a full lunar eclipse.

Perhaps attempting to harness the energy of the lunar eclipse, the band believed that the third concert was the night they’d be able to levitate the Great Pyramid. They set up audio equipment in the King’s Chamber, which is a room near the top of the Great Pyramid, to form an echo chamber that would allow the band – with the help of the “ancient gods,” that is – to levitate the grand structure on cue.

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“I had always been intrigued by the acoustical properties of the King’s Chamber because of its size and shape, and because it doesn’t conform to the physics formulas Western science has developed for determining the sound qualities of a given room,” the band’s soundman Dan Healy said . He noted that due to the presence of a stone room in the center of the pyramid, with its perfect edges and seams, “notes resonate in ways that defy the laws of physics.”

He believed the attempt to transform the room into an echo chamber failed because it “wasn’t meant to be” and due to technical difficulties, such as a lack of enough cables.

However, the band members always looked back on the trip as a magical endeavor. As founding member Bob Weir puts it: “I got to a point where the head of the Sphinx was lined up with the top of the Great Pyramid, all lit up. All of a sudden, I went to this timeless place. The sounds from the stage – they could have been from any time. It was as if I went into eternity.”

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[…] sound to form a fusion of cultures. He also performed in a cross-cultural jamming session during the 1978 Grateful Dead concert in Egypt, which he helped arrange. Unfortunately, according to one of the concert’s attendees who […]

[…] Alberto Mazcuñán en Fm Rock relató que la idea de tocar en las Pirámides fue del bajista Phil Lesh. Él inició las relaciones con el gobierno egipcio y acordó donar todas las ganancias de las entradas al departamento de conservación de las antigüedades del país. “Fui una de las primeras personas de la banda que estaba en el viaje de tocar en lugares de poder. Ya sabes, el poder que se ha preservado del mundo antiguo. Las pirámides son como la opción número uno obvia”, dijo Lesh. (Fuente) […]

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Maroon 5 to begin Middle East tour at Egypt's Giza Pyramids

The popular pop-rock group will play at the giza plateau on may 3 before heading to abu dhabi's etihad arena.

Maroon 5 will play a show at Egypt's Giza Plateau in May. Reuters

Maroon 5 will play a show at Egypt's Giza Plateau in May. Reuters

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US pop band Maroon 5 will play a concert at Egypt’s Giza Pyramids on May 3, kick-starting a much-anticipated Middle East tour which will also include shows in the UAE and Israel.

The award-winning group previously played in Cairo in 2011, when they took to the stage at the Gezira Youth Centre in Zamalek.

The ancient monuments have been a popular venue among performers visiting Egypt for decades, hosting the likes of jazz legend Louis Armstrong in 1961 and renowned crooner Frank Sinatra in 1979.

More recently, the Giza Plateau has played host to Shakira, the Red Hot Chilli Peppers and the Black Eyed Peas .

US band the Black Eyed Peas perform on stage during a concert in front of the Pyramid of Giza, Egypt in October 2021. EPA

Maroon 5’s frontman Adam Levine is particularly popular in Egypt after having served as one of the main judges on US singing competition show The Voice , the Arabic version of which is widely watched in the Arab world’s most populous nation.

The group has had a number of massive hits over the years including She Will Be Loved and Moves Like Jagger .

The band have sold more than 135 million records worldwide since the release of their debut album, Songs About Jane , in 2002.

Aside from their upcoming performance at the pyramids, their Middle East tour will also include a show at Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Arena on May 6, and another at Tel Aviv’s Hayarkon Park on May 9.

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Awesome ancient wonders, endless golden sands and atmospheric local souqs make Egypt the ultimate travel destination.

You’ve got to see it to believe it in Egypt – the chaos of Cairo (seriously, this city never stops); the bustling bazaars; the imposing glory of the Pyramids of Giza, and the world’s most famous lion with a human head (the iconic Sphinx).Only in Egypt can you sail into the sunset on a felucca cruise along the Nile, marvel at the world's most spectacular temple complexes, wander through Luxor’s Valley of the Kings, and then float facing towards the sky in the glittering expanse of the Red Sea. Take a moment as time stands still in Egypt.

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Egypt at a glance

Capital city.

Cairo (population 9.4 million)

107.5 million

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Best time to visit egypt.

Egypt is blessed with lots of sunshine and very little rain. Generally, the hottest months are June to August, and the coolest month is January. Rainfall is negligible, except on the coast, with rain usually occurring during the winter months (December to March).

During the summer months (from June to August), daily temperatures can reach over 100 degrees Fahrenheit (40 degrees Celsius) - perfect for snorkeling and soaking up the sun on the beaches of Sinai, but can prove challenging for some in the crowded streets and souqs of Cairo.

Choose to escape the crowds by traveling from March to May or September to November when the weather is milder, and there's the opportunity to experience Egypt during Ramadan and the celebrations of Eid (which marks the breaking of the fast). If you are planning to travel during Ramadan, it's important to consider that many restaurants and shops will either be closed or operating at reduced hours.

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Culture and customs

Life in Egypt has been in a state of flux since the 2011 revolution. Many of the issues that motivated so many to take to the streets in protest continue to be points of contention, but Egyptians remain hopeful, relying on religion, family and humor to get them through, like they have for thousands of years. A strong sense of community binds people across the country. Families and communities support each other and there is a prevailing sense that everyone is in it together. For all these reasons, most express great pride in being Egyptian, despite their nation’s recent turmoil.

As a largely Muslim country (about 90% of the population is Muslim while most of the remaining 10% identify as Coptic Christian), Islam permeates daily activities. Life revolves around the five daily prayers and everything is closed on Friday, the Muslim holy day. A wide array of cultural norms, including how people dress and interact with the opposite sex, are influenced by religion. Women are largely defined by their role as a mother and matron of the house, whereas men are expected to be the provider.

Many Egyptians consider their country the gateway between the West and the rest of the Arab world, and take pride in their ability to mix tradition with modern influences. This mixing is most apparent in major cities, such as Cairo and Alexandria, where American fast-food chains can be found next to traditional cafes, secular attitudes are more common, and pop music rings through city streets.

Food and drink

With fragrant spices, fresh fruit and vegetables, and delicious sweets on offer, culinary adventures in Egypt are guaranteed. On many Intrepid trips you'll be given the opportunity to dine with a local family – this offers a great chance to see how meals are prepared and learn more about the ingredients.

Things to try in Egypt

1. Hamam mahshi

A north African delicacy, hamam – roasted pigeon stuffed with cracked wheat and rice – can be found on the menu of most traditional Egyptian restaurants. You may need a few to fill up though, as they don’t contain a lot of meat. And be careful of all the tiny bones.

2. Ta'ameya (falafel)

Crunchy on the outside, and moist on the inside, these deep-fried balls of spiced fava beans are a Middle Eastern vegetarian staple. Usually served in a pita with salad, pickles, and sesame-based tahina - buy it at a street stall for a quick, cheap meal.

Shops specializing in this popular ‘poor man’s dish’ can be found throughout Cairo. A hearty mix of rice, macaroni and lentils, chickpeas, and fried onions, koshary is topped with a tomato-vinegar sauce.

4. Ful medames

Don't leave Egypt without trying the classic dish of ful medames, which can be traced back to pharaonic times. Consisting of slow-cooked fava beans, served with olive oil, parsley, garlic, and lemon juice - add some spice by seasoning with chili paste and eat with bread.

5. Pastries

Delicious, sweet pastries are found in restaurants, markets, and cafes in Egypt. Never was there a better time to live by the adage ‘Life is short, eat dessert first’.

Egypt is a mostly Muslim country, and any consumption of alcohol here is relatively low-key. There are many fantastic alternatives. Juice stands are common on main streets offering freshly squeezed banana, guava, or mango juice. Karkadai is a chilled, crimson drink brewed from hibiscus leaves (served hot in the winter). And tea (or shai) is the beverage of choice for most Egyptians, which is sipped throughout the day and with meals.

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Geography and environment

Located in the northeast corner of Africa, Egypt shares its borders with Israel and the Palestinian Territories, Libya, and Sudan, as well as the Mediterranean Sea to the north and the Red Sea to the east. The two seas are connected by the man-made Suez Canal.

The remote triangle-shaped peninsula is largely characterized by limestone and desert, but also has a vibrant coral reef along the Red Sea coastline. Hot, dry desert covers most of the country’s terrain, with the Western Desert occupying much of the west, and the Arabian (or Eastern) Desert stretching the length of the eastern coast. These two regions are dissected by the Nile River, which runs the length of the country, emptying into the Mediterranean Sea. The Nile Valley, a narrow fertile band extending from the river, is the country’s only fertile land and where 98% of the population lives.

History and government

Recent history.

Napoleon Bonaparte, the infamous pint-sized French leader, invaded Egypt in 1798, seeking to set up a French colony. However, not long after, the French were repelled, and Egypt became a part of the Ottoman Empire once again.

From 1882, the British Army occupied Egypt to protect the Suez Canal. Muhammad Ali officially ruled from the early 1800s, and his family and successors continued to rule for decades (alongside and during British occupation) until overthrown by a military coup in 1952.

During World War II, Egypt became a crucial element in Britain's defense. The Italian Army tried to advance into Egypt in 1940 but was stopped by the British Army at Mersa Matruh. Egypt continued to serve as a vital base for British troops during World War II and despite the disruption, Egypt's shopkeepers and retail trade benefitted from the thousands of Allied troops staying in Egypt.

In 1953, Egypt was officially declared a republic, and a year later, Colonel Nasser was declared Prime Minister, then President. In 1979, after decades of confrontation with neighboring Israel, the historic Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty was signed. This agreement made Egypt the first Arab country to officially recognize Israel as a country - a significant step in the peace process. More recently, in February 2011, large-scale protests and mass demonstrations resulted in the removal of President Mubarak after decades of autocratic rule.

Early history

Ancient Egypt has been the focus of much fascination, investigation, speculation, and intrigue. It's hard to escape the education system without having studied Ancient Egypt in some way. Drawn in by the mighty pyramids, mysterious hieroglyphics, distinct burial rituals and animal-headed gods - scholars, students, historians, and travelers are all amazed by this civilization which has endured cycles of dynastic rule, invasion, and natural disasters.

Through key archaeological finds, historians have been able to unravel some of the mysteries of this great land. What is known is that the daily life of the average Egyptian usually involved working in agriculture with the waters of the Nile providing fertile ground for planting crops. Egyptians usually lived in modest homes with children and domestic pets. Professions were usually inherited - so if your father was a farmer, then so were you.

While most Egyptians led simple lives, dynasties of Pharaohs led lavish lifestyles, with the most well-known being Ramses II, Hatshepsut, Akhenaten, Tutankhamun, and Cleopatra. Huge monuments, imposing pyramids, golden artifacts, and detailed paintings all hold details about pharaonic rule and succession, as well as commonly held beliefs about religion and the afterlife.

Spanning centuries and full of drama worthy of a soap opera, the epic history of Ancient Egypt is complex and we suggest you read about it before visiting.

Top places to visit in Egypt

1. nile river.

Sail down the mighty Nile River on a traditional Egyptian felucca.

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5. Mt Sinai

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These massive monuments dedicated to Ramses II and Queen Nefertari are seriously impressive.

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King Tut’s treasures may be long gone, but his hieroglyphic-covered tomb remains an incredible sight to see.

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Top 10 ancient wonders of Egypt

1. grand designs.

The original grand design - monumental and magnificent - the Pyramids of Giza are an impressive achievement in ancient engineering. Towering above the desert sands and standing proudly for centuries, the first glimpse of these stunning structures will render visitors breathless.

2. Stony enigma

Be captivated by the mysterious aura of the Great Sphinx of Giza. This monolithic mythical beast possesses a lion’s body and a human head - and has sat quietly in the desert sands for eons. Gaze at the Sphinx and try to work out the riddle of its existence.

3. Mighty Nile River

No trip to Egypt is complete without visiting the Nile River - the life force of Egypt that has flowed for centuries. A provider of irrigation, an essential travel route, home to hippos and crocodiles, and now a source of leisure for locals and travelers alike, the Nile is an aquatic link to Egypt’s ancient heritage.

4. Terrific temples

Discover an enormous open-air museum like no other. The awe-inspiring Temples of Karnak are filled with stately statues, immense columns, and gigantic gateways. Explore this intriguing site and be left in no doubt about the brilliance of the ancient Egyptian civilization.

5. Holy mountain

Embark on a trek to the top of Mt Sinai and witness an incredible golden sunrise to remember. A place of worship for many faiths, a pilgrimage to Mt Sinai reveals stunning scenery, an ancient monastery and historic chapels. An iconic highlight of Egypt for believers and non-believers alike, Mt Sinai is not to be missed.

6. Double happiness

Located in the Nile Valley, the unique Temple of Kom Ombo is a ‘double temple’ and a rare archaeological find. Dedicated to two gods, a visit here is a true highlight of an Egyptian escapade. Marvel at the well-preserved wall reliefs, try to decipher the hieroglyphics and honour the craftsmen who created this wonder.

7. Museum magic

Step into a dazzling world of antiquity at the Egyptian Museum. Be amazed by the glittering treasures recovered from King Tutankhamun’s tomb – with jewelry, furniture, chariots and that famous gold funerary mask, this pharaoh was certainly prepared for the afterlife.

8. Roman ruins

The Roman ruins of Kom el-Dikka in Alexandria may not be the biggest, but they are certainly among the best-preserved in Egypt, if not the world. Soak up the atmosphere of the Roman amphitheater and imagine it in all its glory - packed with 800 spectators ready for action.

9. Colossal characters

Near the modern city of Luxor stand the imposing Colossi of Memnon. These massive stone statues of Amenhotep III, while badly damaged, still maintain an unmistakable air of authority. Stand below them and be dwarfed by the scale of these tremendous figures.

10. The ancient heart of Cairo

Wander the cobbled streets of Islamic Cairo and uncover the ancient heart of this chaotic city. Admire mosques, palaces and houses, and peruse the goods on offer at one of the world’s oldest bazaars. Dating back to medieval times, the Khan al-Khalili bazaar is where people have traded goods for centuries.

Souqs – or open-air bazaars – are both the best place to shop in Egypt and attractions in their own right. The biggest and most famous souq is the 500-year-old Khan El Khalili Bazaar in Cairo. Within the maze of narrow streets and laneways lie stalls selling jewelry, glass, copper, spices and artisan goods, along with more standard tourist fare. Quality can vary greatly so spend some time shopping around.

Like many markets around the world, bargaining is the norm, but Egyptians take it to another level. Expect to be offered tea (it can take that long) and for elaborate theatrics from the seller. While bazaars in Cairo tend to sell everything, visit Aswan’s bazaar for spices, incense, and basketwork, and Luxor for cheaply priced alabaster figurines and vases. It's also a good idea to check with your local customs officials to ensure that you are able to bring certain items back into your home country.

Things to buy in Egypt

You’ll often see spices piled high in bazaars. In addition to making a great photo for Instagram, they’re often a good buy as long as you keep a couple of things in mind. Always buy whole spices rather than ground to ensure freshness and skip the ‘saffron’ – it’s actually safflower and tastes like dust.

2. Glassware

Hand-blown Muski glass, recognizable by its air bubbles, comes in brilliant shades of blue and green and purple and has been made in Egypt since medieval times. Be careful with this purchase though as it’s extremely fragile.

3. Cartouche

A kind of nameplate written in hieroglyphics. Most gold or silver shops sell these and many can customize them by engraving your name.

Festivals and events

Eid al-fitr.

After fasting for an entire month, Muslims celebrate the end of Ramadan with Eid al-Fitr, or ‘Feast of Breaking the Fast’. For three days, starting on the first day of the tenth month of the lunar calendar, people celebrate with feasts, family, and festivals. Look for vendors selling kahk cookies (nut-filled cookies covered in powdered sugar) while taking in the festivities, a tasty treat synonymous with Eid for many locals.

Eid al-Adha

Arguably the most important holiday in Egypt, the ‘Feast of Sacrifice’ is not one for vegetarians and vegans. About 70 days after Eid al-Fitr, sheep, and goats are slaughtered (often in the middle of the street) for a mighty feast.

Sham el-Nessim

Each year on March 21st, Egyptians celebrate the coming of spring by spending the day outdoors. Join the locals for this ancient holiday by packing a picnic and heading to a park or public garden.

Abu Simbel Sun Festival

As if the two temples dedicated to Ramses II and Queen Nefertari weren’t impressive enough, they were constructed in such a way that twice a year, the sun’s rays reach its innermost chambers and illuminate three stone gods that reside within, while leaving Ptah (god of the underworld) in the dark. And those days just happen to be Ramses’s birthday (October 21) and coronation (February 21). Coincidence? We think not.

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Trips from 1 January 2023 onwards

From 1 January 2023, Intrepid will no longer require travelers to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (excluding all Polar trips and select adventure cruises).

However, we continue to strongly recommend that all Intrepid travelers and leaders get vaccinated to protect themselves and others.

Specific proof of testing or vaccination may still be required by your destination or airline. Please ensure you check travel and entry requirements carefully.

Do you need a visa to travel to Egypt?

Visas are the responsibility of the individual traveler. Entry requirements can change at any time, so it's important that you check for the latest information. Please visit the relevant consular website of the country or countries you’re visiting for detailed and up-to-date visa information specific to your nationality. Check the Essential Trip Information section of the itinerary for more information.

Is tipping customary in Egypt?

Tipping is customary for pretty much all services in Egypt. A tip of 10–15% is customary at cafes and restaurants and loose change is acceptable for food purchases from street vendors and markets. It’s also a good idea to tip local guides and drivers USD$2.50-3 per day.

What is the internet access like in Egypt?

Internet access is growing in Egypt, with internet cafes and Wi-Fi hotspots becoming increasingly common in large cities, especially Cairo, though access may be limited in smaller towns and remote areas.

Can I use my cell phone in Egypt?

Cell phone coverage is generally good in Egypt’s urban areas, but may not be available in remote and desert areas. Ensure global roaming is activated with your service provider before leaving home.

What are the toilets like in Egypt?

Squat toilets are most common in Egypt, although Western-style flushable toilets can be found in larger hotels and some tourist areas.

What will it cost for a...?

Egypt's unit of currency is the Egyptian Pound (EGP). Here's what you can expect to pay for a:

A couple of pastries = EGP 49 Cup of tea or coffee = EGP 35-50 Falafel sandwich from a street stall = EGP 92 Sit-down dinner at a local restaurant = EGP 100-300

Can I drink the water in Egypt?

Drinking tap water isn’t recommended in Egypt. Remember to avoid drinks with ice and to peel fruit before eating it. Help the environment and try to avoid buying bottled water. Instead, fill a reusable water bottle with filtered water. Ask your leader or hotel where to find filtered water.

Are credit cards accepted widely in Egypt?

Credit cards are usually accepted by modern hotels, large retailers, and tourist sites but are less commonly accepted by smaller vendors in remote areas. Always carry enough cash for smaller purchases in case credit cards are not an option.

What is ATM access like in Egypt?

ATMs are commonly found in larger cities, like Cairo and Alexandria, near shopping centers, tourist areas, and 5-star hotels, but are far less common in small towns and rural areas. Make sure you have enough cash before leaving urban areas.

What public holidays are celebrated in Egypt?

  • 7 Jan: Coptic Christmas
  • 28 Apr: Coptic Easter*
  • 25 Apr: Sinai Liberation Day
  • 28 Apr: Sham el-Nessim*
  • 1 May: Labor Day
  • 5 Jun: Eid al-Fitr*
  • 23 Jul: National Day
  • 12 Aug: Eid al-Adha
  • 11 Sep: Coptic New Year
  • 1 Sep: Islamic New Year*
  • 6 Oct: Armed Forces Day
  • 10 Nov: Birth of Prophet Mohammed*
  • *Please note many of these public holidays are religious holidays and change each year as they are celebrated according to the Islamic lunar cycle. For a current list of public holidays in Egypt go to World Travel Guide's website.

Is Egypt a safe destination for LGBTQIA+ travelers?

Discretion is advised for LGBTQI travelers in Egypt. Though homosexuality is not officially outlawed, gay men have been prosecuted using debauchery and public morals laws and given long prison sentences. Be aware that signals are ambiguous in Egypt as men commonly hold hands, link arms and greet each other with a kiss on the cheek. As long as you use common sense, travel in Egypt should not be a problem.

For more detailed and up-to-date advice, we recommend visiting Equaldex  or ILGA before you travel.

If you are traveling solo on an Intrepid group tour, you will share accommodation with a passenger of the same gender as per your passport information. If you don’t identify with the gender assigned on your passport, please let us know at the time of booking and we’ll arrange the rooming configuration accordingly. A single supplement is available on some tours for travelers who do not wish to share a room.

What to wear in Egypt

Summer temperatures can get very high, so light fabrics like linen, cotton and athletic gear made to take the heat are best. If you’re traveling outside of winter, don’t underestimate the cool change that can come in the evenings, especially if you’re spending the night in the desert or on a Nile cruise. Avoid packing anything in white – desert dust will quickly turn those light-colored clothes a not-so-delightful shade of brown.

How will I travel around Egypt?

Intrepid believes half the fun of experiencing a new country is getting there, and getting around once there! Where possible, Intrepid uses local transport options and traditional modes of transport - which usually carry less of an environmental impact, support small local operators and are heaps more fun.

Where will I stay in Egypt?

Traveling with Intrepid is a little bit different. We endeavor to provide travelers with an authentic experience to remember, so we try to keep accommodation as unique and traditional as possible.

When traveling with us in Egypt you may find yourself staying in a:

Felucca Glide down the Nile on a traditional Egyptian felucca; sleep on deck under the stars as the sun slides away for the day - a must-do experience while in Egypt.

Homestay Be welcomed into the home of a local family and experience the cuisine, culture and customs of Egypt firsthand during your stay. A truly authentic travel experience like no other.

Desert camp Travel deep into the White Desert to camp under the stars amid surreal scenery. This is a rare chance to experience the remote wonder and isolation of the Egyptian desert.

With calming Red Sea views and fresh sea breezes, this rustic breach abode is all about life’s simple pleasures.

How do I stay safe and healthy while traveling?

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Do I need to purchase travel insurance before traveling?

Absolutely. All passengers traveling with Intrepid are required to purchase travel insurance before the start of their trip. Your travel insurance details will be recorded by your leader on the first day of the trip. Due to the varying nature, availability and cost of health care around the world, travel insurance is very much an essential and necessary part of every journey.

For more information on insurance, please go to: Travel Insurance

What is it like traveling on a small group tour?

Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or you’re about to embark on your first trip, traveling can be as intimidating as it is exciting. That's the beauty of a small group tour. From handling the logistics and organizing amazing cultural activities to local leaders who know each destination like the back of their hand (like which street has the best markets and where to get the most authentic food), traveling on a small group tour with Intrepid will give you unforgettable travel experiences without the hassle that comes with exploring a new place. Plus, you'll have ready-made friends to share the journey with. All you have to do is turn up with a healthy sense of adventure and we’ll take care of the rest.

Does my trip to Egypt support The Intrepid Foundation?

Yes, all Intrepid trips support the Intrepid Foundation. In fact, we make a donation on behalf of every traveler. Trips to Egypt directly support our foundation partner, Animal Care in Egypt . 

Animal Care in Egypt  

Animal Care in Egypt (ACE) cares for sick or injured working animals, like horses and donkeys, in Upper Egypt. Donations from our trips help ACE provide free veterinary care and fund education programs that empower local people with the knowledge and skills to best look after their animals. 

Intrepid will double the impact by dollar-matching all post-trip donations made to The Intrepid Foundation.

Does my Intrepid trip include airfare?

While our Intrepid trips include many modes of transport, from tuk-tuks to overland vehicles, bullet trains and feluccas, airfare to and from your home country is not included in your tour package.

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Egypt: Ankhtifi and His Valiant Band

Ankhtifi & his valiant band, by alan m. fildes.

El Moalla 1989 The Tombs of Ankhtifi & Sobekhotep.

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Being sufficiently intrigued by John Romers television program Romers Egypt " in the mid 1980s, I set off to investigate Ankhtifis mock Pyramid like burial place. In mid August, 1989 my diary states it was exceedingly warm 42 C at noon. On arrival at the ancient site of Hefat, present day Moalla, about 50 miles south of Luxor, we crossed the canal and then negotiated the railway line with some difficulty on our way to the local mayor's house he was custodian of the all important key. When he was finally located and sufficiently rewarded, he agreed to accompany us (thats me and my great friend Awad my trusty driver).

Bringing with him a very old gun (he said to shoot any wild dogs who may impede our progress. He certainly was a character. I can still see his smiling eyes. Egypt, unlike any other country, is rich with such showmen. Into the car we all jumped. A crowd of children had gathered inquiring as to our welfare, running after us, shouting and generally having a wonderful time.

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After a short drive and, as I recall, an exhausting climb, we arrived at the iron barred gate of this extraordinary tomb.

Ankhtifi was Nomarch (Governor) of the 3rd Nome of Upper Egypt in the turbulent times of an era known as the 1st Intermediate Period ( c 2100 BC ). A time of famine, unrest and anarchy was spread across the land. The fundamental cause, many believe, for the collapse of the Old Kingdom.

A haunting tomb (sadly much defaced ) although there are many wonderful wall paintings, colors I cannot recall seeing in such profusion in any other provincial tomb, excepting Elephantine. It is an artistic style that appeared to me unique.

The text is partly autobiographical, extolling Ankhtifis beneficence in a time of great hardship, how he opened his granaries to feed the starving. Furthermore how he and his Valiant Band brought defeat upon the Overlord of Edfu.

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An excerpt from the Tomb inscription reads as follows.

I am the Vanguard of the men the Rearguard of the men. One who finds the solution where it is lacking. A leader of the land through active conduct . Strong in speech , collected in thought, on the day of joining the 3 Nomes (Hieraconpolis , Edfu , allied with Elephantine) . For I am without Peer , who spoke out when people were silent , on the day of fear when Upper Egypt was silent. (1).

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A very powerful character who was endowed with great strength and obviously favored with abundant charisma. A lasting memory of Ankhtifi was the total lack of symmetry within his Cult Chapel, not a straight line in the place, although it must be said this adds to the overall charm.

After leaving Ankhtifi we briefly viewed the Tomb of Sobekhotep. All that remains are fleeting glimpses of a long distant existence. Wall inscriptions had suffered badly, obviously the tomb had been inhabited for many hundreds of years. The walls and ceiling charcoal black from fires. The tomb, probably robbed soon after its construction, dates to the 1st Intermediate Period. Inside, the stench was appalling from the above mentioned wild dogs. All that remained was a burial pit contrived in the floor, the hieroglyphs being past recognition.

There is a feeling of timelessness here. Im sure things change, if they do at all, very, very slowly. So much so you can just glean, if you are lucky, the remnants of an unbelievably distant way of life.

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Thanks to Alan M. Fildes of NEMES for this article and pictures. (1) Ancient Egyptian Literature Vol 1. The Old & Middle Kingdoms Miriam Lichtheim

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Egypt Central Break Up, Band Members Form New Band Devour the Day

After a decade together, the Memphis band Egypt Central are breaking up. Bassist Joey Chicago and drummer Blake Allison have posted a message about the demise of Egypt Central and their formation of the new band Devour the Day .

Egypt Central released two studio albums, the most recent being 'White Rabbit' in 2011. They scored a handful of radio hits, including 'You Make Me Sick,' 'White Rabbit' and 'Kick Ass.'

Here's the message regarding the breakup and the formation of the new band:

"To the future... I know that many of you have been wondering what has been going on with Egypt Central, where we have been, and what we have been doing. After ten long years of recording, touring and pouring our hearts out, it would be such a shame to try to push some bulls--t in front of your faces and to ask you to believe it. I just do not want to do that. You mean too much and honestly it goes against everything EC was intended to stand for. The one real creed in which we inspired to live by, one that reveals itself as true in so many walks of life and situations that each and every one of us face, day-to-day, all over this broken planet: do not give up. No matter the circumstance, there is hope. Earlier this year, Blake and I were made aware that the remaining members of Egypt Central would not be continuing on with the band. The reasons varied and the way in which we were told was as much of a shock as we could have ever expected to hear. We were furious, sad and confused. I have EC tattooed on my skin, as many of you do, and for me it was not just a band, but also a real responsibility to all those who had supported us from day one and who were there when we needed them. The countless couches we have crashed on, the endless homemade meals and all of the other unexpected pieces of love we encountered over ten years of hard work. Blake and I stood in the debris of a life changing storm. We refuse to let this be the end of our story. We have so many chapters left to write. As each door closes, a new one opens and Blake and I take it upon ourselves to redefine and evolve, to dissect and purify, to adjust and resurrect. We will seize the moment and risk all to complete our dream, the dream that all of you helped to create. We will not waste the chances we have been given. We will live as if tomorrow is not guaranteed. We will Devour the Day! With love and thanks, Joey Chicago  

Allison and Chicago will be doing a Twitter Q&A Tuesday (Dec. 4) at 8PM ET to answer questions about Egypt Central and Devour the Day. They will be using Egypt Central's Twitter account (@EgyptCentral ) with the hashtag #ECQA.

Allison will be the vocalist and guitarist for Devour the Day, with Chicago handling bass and backing vocals. An album is expected in early 2013.

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1. 8-Hour Private Tour of the Pyramids, Egyptian Museum and Bazaar from Cairo

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2. 1-day trip to Cairo with flight from Hurghada / Makadi Bay / Soma Bay / El Gouna

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3. Special Private All INC-Pyramids,Camel Ride(1 Hour) Four Wheeler(ATV) & Lunch

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4. Small group Hurghada to Luxor, Valley of the Kings by Van

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5. Half Day Tour Giza Pyramids and Great Sphinx with Private Tour Guide

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6. lnclusive Private Giza Pyramids,Sakkara, Memphis, Lunch& Camel

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7. 8 hours Cairo day Tour to Giza Pyramids, Memphis City, Sakkara and Dahshur

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8. Grand Egyptian Museum and Tutankhamun Exhibition Entry Tickets

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9. Hot Air Balloon Ride in Luxor Egypt with Transfers Included

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10. 4-Days Nile Cruise From Aswan To Luxor including Abu Simbel and Hot Air Balloon

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11. Day trip from Sharm el Sheikh to Cairo by plane

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12. Cairo By Big Bus full day From Hurghada (Pyramids-sphinx-Egyptian Museum-Lunch)

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13. Alexandria Day Trip From Cairo

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14. Private Full-Day Luxor Highlights East and West Banks

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15. Luxor Day Tour: Valley of Kings & Queens & Hatchepsut Temples

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16. 4-Day 3-Night Nile Cruise from Aswan to Luxor&Abu Simbel+Balloon

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18. Day Trip to Luxor From Cairo By Flight, King Tut Tomb Included

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20. Ras Mohamed & White Island luxury Yacht Trip Sharm el Sheikh

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21. Safari 5 in 1 Quads, Camels, Show, Dinner & Star Gazing in Sharm El Sheikh

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22. Swimming with Dolphin VIP Snorkeling Sea Trip With Lunch and Transfer - Hurghada

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The Middle East is a captivating mix of sights, smells and sounds. With it's ancient civilisations and intriguing atmosphere, a tour of Egypt , Israel and Jordan is an inviting travel adventure. From the pyramids of Giza, to the buoyant waters of the Dead Sea and finally the dramatic facade of Petra.

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Well organised and run tour. Likeable and capable tour leaders. Minimal steering into shopping situations without putting non shoppers under pressure to buy. Much appreciated, as I intensely dislike being set up in a situation where I feel trapped. Usually there is the pretence of showing one how something is being made, which ultimately leads to a showroom and coercion to buy. This is ok for the shoppers in the group,but often very uncomfortable for the ones who aren't.

15 Days Egypt and Jordan Tour Tour

15 Days Egypt and Jordan Tour

Our 15-day adventure through Egypt and Jordan was an absolute blast! George, our Egypt guide, brought so much energy and knowledge to the Pyramids and Cairo – it was like discovering it all over again. Then, in Jordan, Fady led us through Petra with stories that made the place come alive. And oh, Ibrahim, our guide on the Nile cruise, was not just great but hilarious too! He had this knack for putting a smile on our faces every day. These guys didn't just show us around; they turned the whole tour into a personal, unforgettable journey. If you're into trips filled with history, heart, and awesome guides, this is the one to pick!

Jordan & Egypt Uncovered Tour

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I got to see all the things that I expected and a few more. I did feel that the trip was a bit rushed though.

Amazing Egypt & Jordan (5 & 4 Star Hotels) Tour

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Amazing Egypt & Jordan (5 & 4 Star Hotels)

I thought Michael 1st guide we had in Egypt was very helpful and set up by awful Australian girls on final night feluca. These particular girls in question. Who shouldn't been on this type tour, completely misbehaved. forced him to drink , believe1 bottle of wine was left behind . It's entirely not his fault what happened according to what they "say". I believe only one side was been put forward. And it's fabrication and exaggeration
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Egypt & Jordan Discovered By Felucca  (5 & 4 Star Hotels) Tour

Egypt & Jordan Discovered By Felucca (5 & 4 Star Hotels)

Mo was the best tour guide I have ever had. His knowledge on the history and culture of Egypt was outstanding. He spoke clearly and loudly for the whole group to hear keeping us engaged. He had a clear time schedule ensuring we all knew what was happening. Would highly recommend Mo for any Egyptian tour.

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Unforgettable Jordan and Cairo

The tour guides and concierges were Excellent! However, the tour company, Europamundo often took too long to reply to questions in the lead up to my departure. I really don't think I should have been receiving pertinent information like the country portal entry requirements when I was literally in the cab on the way to the airport. Furthermore, it turned out that my party of 2, were the only ones on the particular tour (Unforgettable Jordan & Cairo), so I really don't understand why there was such delay. We submitted l required documents and payments on time. Let me once a reiterate that our tour guides in Jordan and Cairo were OUTSTANDING, patient, knowledgeable, punctual and very professional.

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Experience Egypt & Jordan – 5* Cruise

We had a wonderful trip to Egypt and Jordan!! Our guide, Mina Nash (the King) was so very informative and made our trip so much fun. We saw unbelievable antiquities and it was an adventure of a lifetime! This tour was jam packed! We were so sorry to leave Mina behind and travel on to Jordan. Dr Ahmad Ababnah was also wonderful. He helped bring Jordan’s history to life! I would advise anyone to take this trip with Timeless Tours!
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Egypt & Jordan Jewel with Nile Boat Cruise Tour

Egypt & Jordan Jewel with Nile Boat Cruise

This is a very fast paced tour with early mornings and long bus rides to get to the next destination. It includes bucket list sites i.e. the pyramids, the Great Sphinx, temples, a Nile cruise, Valley of the Kings, Petra, Wadi Rum and more. Our group in Egypt agreed we would rather pay the admission and optional tour costs when the final payment is made or have it included as part of the tour price. This is the first tour I have been on where admission prices have not been included. The guides in both Egypt and Jordan were a wealth of knowledge regarding the history and significance of places visited and the customs and culture of the people. They were amazing,,, friendly, fun and readily accommodated the group. We were met upon our arrival in Egypt and assisted with obtaining Visas and getting through customs,then driven to the hotel. There was a meet and greet in the evening to meet our guide and our fellow travelmates. We were a group of 34. Our guide Nabil gave us an overview of the tour and other pertinent information i.e. drinking water, safety, currencies used etc. Jamal was our guide in Jordan for the group of 16. I did not give this 5 stars because there were some hotel and itinerary changes in both Egypt and Jordan. The original itinerary for Egypt stated 2 intra Egypt flights (i.e. between Cairo and Aswan). Instead, we had a long 7 hour bus ride back to Cairo. The Monte Carlo ship for the Nile Cruise in not a 5 star luxury ship. It is an old ship that needs painting and refurbishing in the rooms. One of the engines overheated causing fumes to permeate into some rooms. The engine was shut down and we were late arriving at our disembarkation port. Arrival in Amman was good but we were driven to the Misk Hotel (another change) and just dropped off. We were told to meet our guide at 8am but were given no information about what we could do eg. museums, shopping etc, or how to get there eg. what taxis to use, how far it was to the town centre etc. There was nothing around the hotel to do or look at. The rooms were very small for 2 people with suitcases but the food was good. The accommodations in Wadi Rum were also changed. The original camp had ensuite bathrooms. The camp we were put up in was a tent with 2 cots. There was sand in the bed. Many slept with their clothes on because they didn't know how clean the sheets were. There was a communal bathroom with 2 showers. It was not very clean...the mirrors were covered in water spots, one needed to remember to bring toilet paper because most times there was none, the shower heads were missing in the men's showers. The camp was not well lit at night for using the facilities. The food at dinner was adequate but at breakfast there were only a few boiled eggs, some stale pita and jam. The so called jeeps were not jeeps. They were beat up old pick up trucks with wooden planks for seats and some drivers were not at all pleasant. There were not enough vehicles for all of us and our luggage so we had to pay for another vehicle. In Egypt we were in a comfortable touring bus where luggage was stowed below. In Jordan, we were crammed into a small Toyota tour van where luggage was piled up behind the last seat. There was no place for backpacks (they were kept on our laps) and no leg room. It was very uncomfortable travelling for 5 hours in this bus. The stop at the Dead Sea was at O Beach. There were 150 unsafe stairs down to the water. Many of the steps were broken pieces of board with metal sticking up. The washrooms were dirty, had no paper at all and the flush handles were broken. Most of us think the tour in Jordan should be 5 days instead of 4 to spread out the driving. All in all, we saw everything we wanted to see in Egypt and Jordan. We were in awe of the sites and extremely pleased with our wonderful guides. We were disappointed though with the itinerary and hotel changes that were not the quality as originally provided when we booked the tour.

Treasures of the Nabateans and Nubians Tour

Treasures of the Nabateans and Nubians

Very comprehensive tour with all sights to see included. Great guides and attentive assistance from the agency. Drivers were on time for pick up. The chosen hotels were nice and clean. The Bedouian camp and Aljoun Forest Park accommodations were extra special as they were cabins but with modern amenities. I chose The Nile Cruise, instead of the Feluca boat, and I did not regret paying for the extra because the cruise was comfortable and included all meals and shore excursions. Tip: visit the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Cairo for their exhibit of mummies. Another tip: maybe opt for a flight from Cairo to Luxor because the sleeper train is not very comfortable, but if you are ok with a tight space and sudden jerks and rattling noise while trying to sleep, then go for the overnight sleeper train. Overall, a wonderful trip and was handled very well by the tour company.

Unwind the Wonders of Egypt and Jordan: Luxor, Sharm El Sheikh and Petra Tour

Unwind the Wonders of Egypt and Jordan: Luxor, Sharm El Sheikh and Petra

Marvels of Egypt and Jordan: Discover Luxor, Sharm El Sheikh, and Petra Tour

Marvels of Egypt and Jordan: Discover Luxor, Sharm El Sheikh, and Petra

Timeless Egypt & Jordan Tour

Timeless Egypt & Jordan

EXCELLENT RATING IS FOR THE EGYPT BIT OF THE TOUR. Had the best tour in Egypt. Exceeded my expectations. The tour is packed that most of the time it requires waking up very early in the morning. Maybe not for older people. Also pay extra for that plane to Aswan. It would be soooo worth it. That bus ride is sooo long (14hr) and sooo tiring! Food and hotels were soo good. Hany who’s the CEO I believed, was so responsive to all my questions. I asked maybe 30 questions via email before booking and kept asking whilst on tour and he was responding on time! Our egypt guide, MINA MALIK, is the best there is. Very informative and patient to all our requests like stopping at the groceries, etc. we had a different guide in our last day in egypt and he’s not as good as Mina, for me atleast. That restaurant he suggested too was way too overpriced. 200 egp for a chicken shawarma sandwich (too expensive for Cairo price)! Transfer to Amman was nice and smooth coz we got a guide even at the airport. Sadly i didnt enjoy the Jordan bit as much as i enjoyed egypt! Maybe there was not much to see apart from Petra and guide was as enthusiastic and informative too. He was sooo eager for the tip as well that he kept reminding me to give it (he said standard of 30jod or above if you want to give more) which for me the service he gave wasnt worth that 30jod tip. If i were to turn back time, I’d rather book the 15days in Egypt with a longer stay in Hurghada.

Egypt & Jordan Adventure Tour

Egypt & Jordan Adventure

It's a great tour that allows you to see the best of Egypt and Jordan. The guides were extremely knowledgeable. It's a fast paced tour with a small group and one is certainly never bored!

Jordan and Egypt on a Budget Tour Tour

Jordan and Egypt on a Budget Tour

We had an absolutely fantastic trip. On the ground operator for Egypt was not Fez Travels, but instead was Encounters. The amount of back office coordination alongside our tour guide was phenomenal. The heat times of the day were always considered and communication was excellent when scheduling adjusted for a more comfortable time of day.

What people love about Egypt And Jordan Tours

Well organised and run tour. Likeable and capable tour leaders. Minimal steering into shopping situations without putting non shoppers under pressure to buy. Much appreciated, as I intensely dislike being set up in a situation where I feel trapped. Usually there is the pretence of showing one how something is being made, which ultimately leads to a showroom and coercion to buy. This is ok for the shoppers in the group,but often very uncomfortable for the ones who aren't.
Our 15-day adventure through Egypt and Jordan was an absolute blast! George, our Egypt guide, brought so much energy and knowledge to the Pyramids and Cairo – it was like discovering it all over again. Then, in Jordan, Fady led us through Petra with stories that made the place come alive. And oh, Ibrahim, our guide on the Nile cruise, was not just great but hilarious too! He had this knack for putting a smile on our faces every day. These guys didn't just show us around; they turned the whole tour into a personal, unforgettable journey. If you're into trips filled with history, heart, and awesome guides, this is the one to pick!
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Legendary rock band announces new tour dates after singer’s injury

A fractured larynx and vocal cord damage are no joke for a hard-rock singer to recover from. Especially a 76-year-old frontman with a still-big voice, like Steven Tyler .

Nearly a year after Aerosmith put the brakes on a long-gestating farewell tour just a few shows in after Tyler injured his voice during a Sept. 9, 2023 show at a New York arena, the band’s about to be, ahem, back in the saddle.

The “Peace Out Tour” will resume September 20 in Pittsburgh. The 40-date arena tour runs through February 26 in Buffalo and includes a New Year’s Eve show in the band’s hometown of Boston. Complete list of tour dates at aerosmith.com .

Aerosmith’s decades of hits include “Dream On,” “Walk This Way,” “Sweet Emotion,” “Back in the Saddle,” “Janie’s Got A Gun,” “Crazy” and “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing.”

The band features Tyler, guitarists Joe Perry and Brad Whitford and bassist Tom Hamilton.

Unlike many classic rock groups, Aerosmith’s original lineup remained intact through most of their history. However in recent years, original drummer Joey Kramer has been replaced onstage by John Douglas, Kramer’s former drum tech. Buck Johnson , an Alabama native who also tours with Brother Cane and Hollywood Vampires, is Aerosmith’s touring keyboardist/backing vocalist .

Blues-rockers The Black Crowes , known for ‘90s hits like “Jealous Again” and “Remedy,” are the support act for all dates of Aerosmith’s “Peace Out Tour.”

The Black Crowes previously opened for Aerosmith on the Crowes’ first-ever big tour, back in 1990. Led by brothers Chris and Rich Robinson , on vocals and guitar, respectively, Black Crowes recently released “Happiness Bastards,” their first album of all-original songs in 15 years .

Aerosmith’s classic albums include their 1973 self-titled debut, 1975′s “Toys in the Attic,” 1976 release “Rocks,” 1987 comeback LP “Permanent Vacation” and ‘93 mega-seller “Get a Grip.” Aerosmith’s most recent album was “Music from Another Dimension” from 2012.

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