Cairo & Baharyia Adventure

$ 550

6 Days / 5 Nights
4 hotel
All inclusive


Built on a hillside south west of Al-Arish,on ruins of Pharaonic fort .The fort has been demolished except two towers and the eastern wall.It has been constructed by the Turkish Sultan,Solimamn el-Qanouny in 1568. Nakhl citadel:In Nakhl village south of Al-Arish constructed by Kasowa al-Ghuri in 1510 A.Dthe visitor has access to it by the Middle road (Ismailia,Gefgafa,Hassan then Nakhl or from the al-arish to Hassansa then Nakhl).



The largest port in Egypt and the greatest summer resort in the Middle East.It is located on the Mediterranean Sea north west of Delta, 225 Km2 from Cairo by agricultural road and 221 km2 by desert road. Named after Alexander the Macedonian who ordered its foundation in 332 B.C., on the site of a small village called Rhakotis to be the capital of his reign in Egypt, a port near to his country and a Greek cultural centre.



It is situated on the eastern bank of the Nile 899 km south of Cairo. Aswan is considered the most beautiful winter resort not only in Egypt, but also in the whole world as it is distinguished by its fascinating nature and serenity far from the bustle of cities,and its warm weather which is characterized by dryness and sunshine throughout the year.One can spend a pleasant time wandering along the Nile corniche where the sandy tourmaline desert merges with granite rocks around aquamarine isles covered with palm trees and plants.One can also take a Nile cruise with sail-boats at sunset or..


Cairo and Giza

Cairo is an Arab city that enjoys a remarkable standpoint among other cities of the world. It goes deep in the human cultural history. Cairo occupies a unique site that enabled it to exchange culture with other civilizations. Now, it constitutes a cross point of Arab and Islamic cultures. Besides its ancient glories, modern Cairo reflects the great renaissance achieved by Egyptian people.Cairo is the only city in the world that hosts antiquities of four civilizations: Pharaonic, Romanian, Christian and Islamic.



Dahab means gold in Arabic. It is said that this name was given by the Bedouins, who likened the shimmering sands to gold dust. coral reef redsea. Dahab, located approximately 100km northwest of Sharm El-Sheikh, is still considered to be one of South Sinai's most treasured diving destinations swarmed by tourists. Pencil sea urchin RedSea

It is famous for its golden beaches and deceptively deep diving sites, such as the Blue Hole, the Canyon and the Lighthouse. Dahab is a small town situated on the southeast coast of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt. Formerly a Bedouin fishing village