5 Reasons To Visit Egypt

Egypt is one of the most interesting countries in the world and should be on everyone’s bucket list. It has it all; fantastic scuba diving, history, culture, culinary and versatile geography. Aggressors Detours travel department has been offering customized tour packages throughout Egypt for over 10 years. The agents work with a local tour company who makes travel easy throughout Egypt. Here are 5 reasons to visit:

#1 Scuba Diving in the Red Sea
Diving enthusiasts love the diversity, history and beautiful underwater colors of the Red Sea. The Red Sea Aggressor II offers two itineraries that embark from Hurghada to Ras Mohamed, the Straights of Tiran, Jackson Reef, and the Abu Nuhus wrecks. The ‘Get Wrecked’ itinerary visits shipwrecks like the SS Thistlegorm, Dunraven, Ulysses and superior wrecks south of Hurghada. The Red Sea Aggressor IV offers three 7-night itineraries that embark from Port Ghalib and travel south to dive the Brothers/Daedalus/Elphinstone, St. Johns/Daedalus and Deep South. These itineraries offer beautiful soft corals, pods of dolphin, Ocean White Tip sharks and much more.

#2 The Sphinx & Pyramids
The Sphinx is an iconic monument located on the Giza Plateau near Cairo and is a symbol of ancient Egypt that represents the rich history and culture of the Egyptian civilization. It is believed to have been built during the reign of Pharaoh Khafre around 2500 BC. The Sphinx is situated within the larger context of the Giza Pyramid Complex, which includes the famous and historical Great Pyramids of Giza.

#3 Nile River & Ancient Egyptian Temples
Taking a magical Nile Cruise on the Aggressor Nile Queen (on a dahabiya) through historical Upper Egypt from Luxor to Aswan is a must. You will visit the temples of Karnak, Luxor, and Hatshepsut. Explore the Valley of the Kings where many pharaohs of Ancient Egypt were buried. You will experience the landscapes, riverside temples and the local life of villages on the riverbanks. These historic monuments tell the story of the Ancient Egyptians and how they celebrated life and death. The cruise ends in Aswan where most guests continue on to Abu Simbel.

#4 The People
Egyptians are warm, friendly and very welcoming to their country. Tour guides are extremely knowledgeable, and the Egyptologists study all aspects of ancient Egypt and require formal training and experience.

#5 Awesome Specials
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