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Snorkel the Blue Hole, ride a camel and go bargain shopping in Dahab on our day trip from Sharm el Sheikh. If your time in Egypt is limited, this is the relaxing day tour you are looking for! You'll travel across the desert, dive the Red Sea and visit a typical Bedouin village. Start your day with a two-hour jeep safari from Sharm el Sheikh. Along the way, keep your eyes open for the local wildlife,…Continue
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Let our 4WD vehicle take you across the desert sands to Sinai colored canyon. Hike among the rocky mountains enjoying the many colors reflecting from the oxidized surfaces in the sun. Take a jeep safari from Sharm el Sheikh for the 240 kilometer trip to the amazing colored canyon. Keep your eyes open for the local wildlife including Nubian Ibex, Red Foxes and Striped Hyenas. Hike through the different…Continue
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For the budget conscious traveler who doesn't want to miss the chance to explore the magnificent city of Cairo, this coach excursion is your answer. See the Great Pyramids and Sphinx of Giza and delve into history at the world famous Egyptian Museum. Depart from your Sharm el Sheikh hotel and drive to Cairo, home to the Great Pyramids and Sphinx. Your Egyptologist guide will introduce you to each of…Continue
Added by Mariam Ahmed on April 26, 2011 at 4:37pm — No Comments
Fly to Cairo from Sharm el Sheikh and make the most of your time in this world-famous city. You'll visit Cairo's most famous sites including the Great Pyramids and Sphinx and the Egyptian Museum. Following your flight to Cairo, your Egyptologist guide will introduce you to the history of the pyramids. You will have time to enter one of the pyramids (additional cost), but your guide is not permitted to…Continue
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Maximize your sightseeing in Sharm El Sheikh with 50 minutes flight to Luxor and spend your valuable vacation time visiting the Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut Temple and of course the impressive Karnak Temple. Valley of the Kings The king's formal names and titles are inscribed in his tomb along with his images and statues. Beginning with the 18th Dynasty and ending with the 20th, the kings abandoned…Continue
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Our tour leader will pick you up from you hotel early morning, drive for approx 2.30 hours to Taba dock to take the Ferry boat at 07.30 am to Aqaba, arrives at 08.45 am. Drive to Petra by bus for approx. 2 hours, where a 2-3 hour guided tour begins. We enter Petra on foot, though the Siq, a narrow, winding gorge over 1 kilometer in length. We visit the Great Treasury (Al-Khazneh Farun), the Roman…Continue
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I'm looking forward to Q-day & the orange craze here in the Netherlands. Each year mostly accompanied with sunny weather, people going crazy in orange, lots of music and parties. Canals in Amsterdam full with boats and the streets full of happy faces en enjoying faces and orange decoration. Have u ever been in the NLS during this unique national event, how did you experience this day?
What did you like, dislike or maybe were amazed…Continue
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I have a travel-editor friend whose open enthusiasm for Detroit I’ve always found hard to comprehend. Sure, it’s got a good cultural and arts scene and a vigorous melting pot going for it. But the larger picture overshadowing it all has always seemed to me that notorious blight, the derelict buildings, the stench of what to many is practically a failed city.…
Enjoy a whole day exploring the culture, cuisine and surroundings of Vietnam with exclusive day trips in Vietnam. Vietnam trips provide tourists a great and convenient way to experience Vietnam like locals and explore the beauty of the place. While visiting Vietnam, you can choose to travel at various levels of comfort and enjoy the local style. Learn cooking, enjoy the life of Hanoi, opt for a boat…Continue
Smart travelers pack carefully for their vacations and take everything they need to stay healthy, and it's equally important to safeguard those items while you're on the road.…Continue
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Can Shopkick Kick the Travel Industry into Action?
Imagine if a travel destination or property rewarded you for just visiting it, or just walking through the door of a hotel or B and B, or setting foot on an island.
Would that encourage a more loyal…
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Part the Fourth in a four-part series.