Outdoor Activities to do from El Gouna is a marvelous chance to explore the magical history and culture of Egypt's cities. The goal of this article is to showcase the best tours to do from El Gouna. This article and tours have been provided by a group of very skilled unprofessional team of tour operators, tour guides, and travel consultants who know the most ideal outdoor activities to do from El Gouna.
When destiny smiles at you, you smile back by answering the call from the heavenly tropical gates of El Gouna where lies a portal to a new dimension filled with some of the finest reflections of allure, glory, and grace through history that goes back to more than 4000 years offering the chance to experience what it means to be in heaven filled with the incredible archaeological artifact, colossal monuments, and natural attractions all across the immortal cities of Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor and Aswan where entertainment activities await. Here are the best outdoor activities to do from El Gouna:
Imagine having the chance to merge the past and the present and create a beautiful memory within only two days that will paint a smile on your face each time. Within the gates of Cairo lies the greatest monument ever came to be such as the Giza pyramids complex where the glory of Egypt is able to touch the cloud through the last surviving wonder of the ancient world the great pyramid and Giza protected by the legendary Sphinx and the Egyptian museum where all the secrets and charm of ancient Egypt is on the full display such as the treasures of King Tutankamun. In the heart of old Cairo, you will explore the holy history of the Coptic constructions like the hanging church, Abu Serge church, St George church and also explore all the wonders of the city of minarets such as the Islamic heritage found in historical mosques like Ibn Tulan, Al Azher, Amr Ibn Alas and many more plus the shinning brick road of Khan El Khalili Bazaar.
Within the pearl of the Mediterranean Alexandria lies an ancient tale of a Greco-roman past that can be explored to the fullest. In 332 BC, Alexandria became the home of the Hellenistic empire and a number of great marvelous monuments were constructed such as the mysterious catacombs, the Pompey's pillar, the great Alexandria Bibliotheca, and the one of a kind Islamic Citadel of Qaitbay in 1477 AD built on top the site that was carried the ancient wonder lighthouse of Alexandria using its salvaged rocks.
If you looked at Luxor from above, you will witness a golden of art that glows both night and day reflecting a different kind of beauty from ancient times. You will have the chance to explore the beautiful temple of Queen Hatshepsut that came to be in 1479 BC after you pass across the Colossi of Memnon, two colossal statues watching over Luxor. The everlasting Luxor temple is the house of Theban triad consisting of the Sun God Amun, his wife Mut, and The Moon deity Khonsu. In Luxor lies the heavenly valley of the kings a necropolis to the new kingdom (1570-1070 BC) pharaohs such as Rameses the great, Amenhotep I, Hatshepsut, and Tutankhamun, and more. Luxor is one of the greatest open-air museums in the world, one of the world’s biggest and oldest religious complex in history the grand Karnak temple.
In the mythical golden city of Aswan is a magical collection of monuments that survive outside the realm of time and place packed with the finest scenery of natural beauty and grand immortal works of art like the great temple of Isis Philae home of the Osiris Myth, the Unfinished Obelisk of Hatshepsut which showcases information about the construction process in ancient Egypt and on the banks of the Nile is the one of kind double temple of Kom Ombo house of the crocodile god Sobek, plus The legendary Edfu temple of the falcon god hours symbol of divine protection, victor and power.
On the final southern end of Aswan lies the two temples of Abu Simbel of Ramses the Great (1279-1213 BCE) created to protect the southern border and immortalize his heritage. Abu Simbel consists of two temples; the main one is for Ramsess where the sun festival begins on 22 of February & October annually when the sun rays illuminate the chamber and lie across the faces of the four great seated statues of Amun, Ptah, Ramses, and Ra while the second temple is dedicated to his beloved wife Nefertari. Abu Simbel was relocated by UNESCO in the mid-60s for protection and the high dam of Aswan was built in the 50s so if you found yourself in Aswan make sure to drop by.
There no more spiritual and entertaining activity to do in Egypt more than a Nile river cruise between Luxor and Aswan where reality and fiction merge in a beautiful fashion. Everyone will get the chance to discover the mysteries of its banks as you sail and cast your eyes on wonders designed to perfection as you sail on the divine water of destiny while enjoying the finest means of entertainment and service.
The time is here and now to perfect your vacation by exploring all the wonders located all around this divine country from El Gouna. Through our El Gouna excursions, you will get the ultimate sensation when you fuse the tropical with historical and create with awesome memories that will provide the happiest memories of a lifetime. Book your favorite tour and make your dream a reality.
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