Grand Egypt Museum

  • The Grand Egyptian Museum is located around two kilometres away from the Giza Pyramid complex, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site that is also home to the Giza Necropolis and the Great Sphinx. The museum project is part of the Giza 2030 master plan. This includes a makeover of the Pyramids Plateau in order to boost tourism to the destination.

Saqqara, Pyramid & Sphinx

  • Explore a trio of pyramids and the Valley Temple with your guide, then visit the ancient and mysterious Sphinx. At the Saqqara necropolis, see a pyramid that changed Egyptian architecture, then see the ruins of a magnificent city that once ruled Lower Egypt.

Valley of Agabat

  • Description. Agabat, known as the 'Beautiful Valley', is located in the Western Desert region of Egypt and generally is the stop off point for tourists on their way to Bahariya and the White/ Black Deserts.

Temple of Karnak

  • The Karnak Temple dates back from around 2055 BC to around 100 AD. It was built as a cult temple and was dedicated to the gods Amun, Mut, and khonsu. Being the largest building for religious purposes ever to be constructed, the Karnak Temple was known as “most select of places” by ancient Egyptians.

Temple of Hatshepsut

  • The Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut was known in antiquity as Djeser-Djeseru or the Holy of Holies. As with other grand Egyptian monuments, the purpose of the temple was to pay homage to the Gods and chronicle the glorious reign of its builder.


Royal Palace Gates

  • Golden gates that mark the entrance to the palace can only leave you imagining how grand it is inside. These famous, beautiful brass doors with matching knockers are covered with intricate patterns and grace the covers of many Morocco travel books.

Hassan II Mosque 

  • The Hassan II Mosque is a mosque in Casablanca, Morocco. It is the second largest functioning mosque in Africa and is the 7th largest in the world.

Red City

  • Surrounded by a vast palm grove, the medina in Marrakech is called the “red city” because of its buildings and ramparts of beaten clay, which were built during the residence of the Almohads.

Bahia Palace of Morocco

  • Bahia Palace was built in the 1860s by Si Moussa, the powerful Grand Vizier of Sultan Hassan I of Morocco. His intention was to build the greatest palace of its time, a lofty goal that only began to come close to fruition when his son took control of the palace in 1894.

Majorelle Garden

  • Most enchanting and mysterious gardens in Morocco. Created over the course of forty years, it is enclosed by outer walls, and consists of a labyrinth of crisscrossing alleyways on different levels and boldly-coloured buildings that blend both Art Deco and Moorish influences. The French painter Jacques Majorelle conceived of this large and luxuriant garden as a sanctuary and botanical ‘laboratory’. In 1922, he began planting it with exotic botanical specimens from the far corners of the world.

Fortress Oudayas

  • The Kasbah of the Udayas (Oudayas) ancient fortress in Rabat in Morocco, the capital of Morocco. The Almohad gate Bab Oudaia front of fortified wall.

Nejjarine Fountaine

  • Fontaine Nejjarine is an intricately constructed fountain, attached to an important building. The tile work is really lovely.

Bab Boujloud

Bab Bou Jeloud is an ornate city gate in Fes el Bali, the old city of Fez, Morocco. The current gate dates was built by the French colonial administration.


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