Pyramids and The Nile

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Pyramids and the Nile, Why You Must Take An Experience To See Them

Many travel agencies offer attractive and affordable Egypt Tours packages, but some travelers want to find out more about the destination they are going to. While many passengers just want to chill beside the hotel pool or on some beautiful sandy beach in luxury resorts, there is still the minority of those who want an active holiday. Pyramids and Nile are something you should definitely see in this country, and we will present them in a slightly different way.

Pyramids from the Other Angle

Pyramids are fantastic buildings, in many ways – as part of a long past, what they represented at the time and the way they survived to this day. When you look at these magnificent constructions, it’s incredible that they were designed and made by humans. Somehow we consciously forget the fact that Egyptian civilization was one of the most powerful and most developed in that period. Science, culture, and art flourished in it, and both the life and death of its rulers were monumental. When we mention pyramids, Giza first comes to mind. Those who want to feel the spirit of ancient Egypt, start their journey right here. Experienced tourists think that his destination, located next to Cairo, is overcome. Those to whom this complex represents déjà vu will ask for more and discover other exciting locations, like the Valley of Kings.

Pyramids Were Built by Masters

Not all pyramids were monumental at that time; many of them have been ruined during the past millennia. Despite the widespread belief and what history taught us, the construction of the pyramid was not trusted to slaves. Well-paid workers, architects, and artists who designed the interior and exterior design were hired on these “projects.” The hieroglyphs painted inside pyramids were used only for these purposes – they were never an official Egyptian letter.

Buildings in Front of Their Time

All pyramids in Egypt (over hundred of them remain preserved much or less) are located on the west coast of the Nile River. The old Egyptians believed that in the west – the side on which the sun sets – represents the place where the deceased souls leave the find eternal peace. The architects from the period of Ancient Egypt positioned every pyramid in a precisely determined position, using accurate and detailed calculations, so they don’t make shadows to each other. It was believed that every ruler was “the sun” of his time, and any of them shouldn’t overshadow the others.

Interesting Facts about the Backbone of Egypt – the Mighty Nile

“The Father of All African Rivers,” a mighty flow ruled by Pharaohs, today is the most significant economic resource of Egypt. Ancient Egyptian civilization survived on it, and today, the modern state is surviving too. Unlike most rivers, the Nile flows from south to north, through two climatic zones – from the southern mountains is slightly falling to the northern valleys. The researchers discovered the Nile spring in Africa just a century ago. However, even today there are doubts about this, and geographers and scientists cannot agree on its length. During the summer, Nile is flooding, making the valleys around it suitable for life. Even today, every outflow of Nile keeps crops and fields fertile, feeding the rest of the country. The Nile has a variety of plant and animal species. The endemic Nile crocodile is inhabited here as well as papyrus, which abounds along the coasts of this fertile river. Most Egypt packages are very cost-effective when you compare the price and what you can see and experience in this country. Even better is the option to book your vacation in advance. Before final decision, think of which Egyptian sight you want to see, to make your holiday unforgettable.


Q- Is Cairo safe to visit? A-There is no FCO advice against travel to Cairo, Alexandria, the tourist areas along the Nile, and the Red Sea resorts of Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada. The section of the country between the Nile and the Red Sea is also considered mostly safe.

Q-What is the best time to visit Cairo? A-The best times to visit Cairo are from March to April and from October to November. These short shoulder seasons welcome comfortable temperatures, fewer crowds and low hotel rates on most days of the weeka.

Q-What city are the pyramids in?A-Cairo, Most pyramids are located near Cairo, with only one royal pyramid being located south of Cairo, at the Abydos temple complex. The pyramid at Abydos, Egypt were commissioned by Ahmose I who founded the 18th Dynasty and the New Kingdom. The building of pyramids began in the Third Dynasty with the reign of King Djoser.

Q-What is there to do in Cairo in 2 days?A- The Great Pyramids of Giza, Visiting the pyramids is a must-do in Cairo, The Great Sphinx of Giza, Sakkara, Memphis, Citadel of Salah el Din, Khan el Khalili Bazaar, Abu Serga, and The Hanging Church.

Q-How much does a trip to Cairo cost?A-The great pyramids and Cairo Museum are a popular combination for a day trip and will cost about $95 per person. A full day tour through Cairo including the Citadel and Khan el Khalili market is approximately $95 per person.

Q-Where is best to stay in Egypt to see the pyramids? A-The Pyramids area is located in Giza – Cairo conurbation, where it features both luxurious hotels, such as the prominent Marriott Mena House Hotel for unforgettable pyramid views from your room, as well as budget-friendly hotels that can be found anywhere near the Giza Plateaue.

Q-How should I dress in Cairo? A-You do not need to cover your head in Egypt, but dress modestly. Wear pants or long skirts. Cairo is hot, so loose fitting pants are going to be more comfortable than a pair of skinny jeans. It is also dusty and dirty, so white clothing will appear soiled far more quickly than clothing of other colors.

Q-Is Luxor worth visiting? A-Luxor and Cairo are exceedingly different places and yes Luxor is well worth visiting. If you want to see iconic sites such as the Valley of the King's and Karnak Temple, then you have no choice.