How to spend 3 days in Cairo?
Cairo is the capital of Egypt and the largest city in Africa, but it has its roots in antiquity. A blend of East and West—ancient & modern, history & progress—Cairo has left a stamp on the world that can’t be erased. Planning to visit anytime soon? Here’s a 3-day itinerary to help you navigate through… Continue reading
Turkey – 8 Days in Turkey
Scenic hot air balloon rides, ruins of ancient empires, pristine beaches, and spectacular places to shop are just some reasons why everyone should visit Turkey at least once. Turkey is rich in history, tradition, and adventurous spots, and a perfect place to spend your vacation. Its transcontinental city, Istanbul, bridges Europe and Asia. Planning a… Continue reading
Egypt – 8 Days in Egypt
The land of pharaohs, the home to the Pyramid of Giza, and several historical sites, Egypt is a treat for both the eyes and the brain. For a country so steeped in timelessness and ethereal beauty, planning a trip can take up a lot of time. After all, there is so much to see in… Continue reading
Egypt – White Desert Blog
When you hear about Egypt, the first thing that comes to the mind is The Great Pyramid of Giza and sure, it’s gorgeous. But do you know what else is breathtaking? Its the world-famous White Desert of Egypt! Located at about five hours’ drive away from Cairo, the White Desert looks otherworldly, resembling an extra-terrestrial… Continue reading
What’s The Best Time to Visit Turkey?
Turkey is a country with a rich history that offers something for everyone. Known as the gateway between the east and the west, Turkey has been witness to almost every civilization that has existed on earth to date. This cultural value is prominently displayed in its architecture, culture, and people, making it a prime holiday… Continue reading
Discovering The Egyptian White Desert
After 6 hours of treacherous ride, we reached Baherya Oasis. It was hard to imagine a small village with green farms and animals could exist, so deep inside the desert. There is no sign of water, vegetation or any humans for hundreds of kilometers. Continue reading