A vacation to Egypt is filled with ancient wonders and modern marvels for visitors to explore. Travelers to Cairo will want to see the Gizeh Plateau, the Saqqara Pyramids, the Keops Pyramid and the Dahshur. Once you have your fill of pyramids, you can head back to the city center to explore Islamic Cairo and the Mosque and Madrasa of Sultan Hassan. Outside of the capital city, there are beautiful resorts that line the coast in Sharm El Sheikh. The Ras Mohamed National Park is a diver's mecca, and the area's crystal clear waters attract some beautiful fish and coral life.
Transportation in Egypt can be an adventure for anyone who is not experienced with the traffic, so it is recommended that travelers use tours buses, trains or planes to get around the country. Egypt has more than ten international airports that host flights throughout the Middle East and Northern Africa. While the majority of flights come into Cairo, it is also possible to fly direct to Luxor, Alexandria, Sharm El Sheikh, and a few other destinations.
Vacationers looking to avoid the crowds of Cairo and Sharm El Sheikh may want to consider a trip to Dahab. The area is home to the famous Blue Hole dive spot, as well as the unique Sandana Sandboarding attraction.
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