Tag Archives: Middle East

Mastering the Art of Budget Travel in the Middle East: Your Ultimate Guide

How To Budget Travel in the Middle East

The Middle East a region steeped in history, culture, and diverse landscapes, offers an array of enchanting destinations that beckon travelers from around the world. While exploring this captivating region might seem like an expensive endeavor, with a little planning and savvy money-saving strategies, you can embark on a memorable Middle Eastern adventure without breaking […]

Best of Saudi Arabia Tours: Unraveling the Rich Tapestry of History and Culture

Best of Saudi Arabia Tours

Saudi Arabia, a land steeped in ancient history and mesmerizing culture, offers a diverse array of experiences for intrepid travelers. From the iconic historical sites of Makkah and Madinah to the futuristic marvels of Riyadh, and the breathtaking desert landscapes of the Empty Quarter, Saudi Arabia beckons tourists with its unparalleled blend of tradition and […]

Top Visited Mosques in Cairo, Egypt

Top Visited Mosques in Egypt [Cairo]

The capital city Cairo, Egypt, is the largest and most famous city in the Arab World. It is the largest city in the 19th century and is one of the world’s most densely populated cities. It is famous for its antique museums, exquisite mosques, and royal mummies because it has seen many influences from many […]

The Most Beautiful Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi – Why and How to Visit

The Most Beautiful Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi – Why and How to Visit

 The largest Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in the United Arab Emirates is an architectural epitome of peace and purity. A central place for both worship and tourism, its sheer magnitude and aesthetics are sure to leave you in awe. The Mosque is a beautiful amalgamation of marble cladding domes, gold glass finials, traditional minarets, crystal-laden […]

Cairo Travel Guide: What to Do and See

Cairo Travel Guide

Cairo, the capital of Egypt, is home to one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the pièce de resistance of the many historical and architectural masterpieces embedded in this megacity. Marked as the 7th most populous city globally, Cairo is not alien to traffic, pollution, and the […]

Two Days Trip To Bahariya Oasis (Western Desert)

Two Days Trip To Bahariya Oasis

During my three weeks solo trip to Egypt, it was one of the best to explore Bahariya, an oasis town of Egypt’s Western Desert. I had a two-day trip to Bahariya Oasis while enjoying a jeep safari and camping tour in the oasis. The natural beauty of Bahariya with deserts and rock formations is unique […]

Top Must-Try Food in Egypt

Egyptian food with grilled Chicken Kebab for Bedouin dinner

Food incorporates an essential part of Egyptian culture, and your trip will remain incomplete until you taste the essence of some of the flavorful Egyptian cuisine. So, what to eat in Egypt? There are many traditional foods in Egypt worth trying. During my three-week solo trip to Egypt, I’ve been attempting different Egyptian dishes, and […]

Five Days Nile Cruise From Aswan To Luxor

Five Days Nile Cruise From Aswan To Luxor

Five days Nile cruise from Aswan to Luxor with MS Monica Cruise was a memorable experience during my solo trip to Egypt. Entirely, you can’t complete your Egypt tour without visiting the Great Pyramid of Giza and cruising the River Nile. It was magical sailing the Nile for the beautiful scenery and exploring some of the […]

My Solo Trip To Egypt (Three Weeks Itinerary)

Trip to Egypt - Philae Temple in Aswan

A dream became a reality after visiting the Land of Pyramids, Egypt in Africa during a holiday season. Visiting Egypt is to breathe history. It has many ancient archaeological sites, traditional and historic markets, and restaurants to modern beautiful beach resorts. There is a lot of things to do and see in Egypt. Just a […]

What Should You Know Before Traveling To Egypt

Great pyramid view from Giza roadside

I always dreamt of an Egypt tour taking snaps at Giza Pyramids or walking through the historical hieroglyphics. Tales from Egypt about the mummies and Goddess Nut fantasized me to visit there. The actuality is far away from stories, and you need to know some real things before visiting Egypt in a group or as […]

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