Things To Do on an Egyptian Tour

Is Egypt the next place you plan to visit? If so, you are about to find out the exciting places that you can go to satisfy your spirit of adventure. There is so much to see and learn from this beautiful country that you may have to return later because you can’t get it done in one trip. However, you can choose to maximize while you are there and collect as many memories as possible. The following are things to do in Egypt.


Egyptian Pyramids

Go To Khan el-Khalili

Taking a walk to this traditional bazaar while exploring Egypt and seeing its beautiful people is amazing. Here you can purchase a few souvenirs for your loved ones back at home or even for yourself. If you want to impress your aunt or mother with the perfect gift, you will find  a wide array of original Egyptian cotton sheets at this market.

They will serve as reminders of the trip by making it seem like it was only yesterday. If you are keen on details, you will see and learn a lot about Egyptian culture and traditions. Ensure to take your time because what is the essence of rushing? You will miss out on the beauty you ought to see.

Go Sandboarding

If you love surfboarding, then sandboarding will make your adrenaline rush and excite you. This is done on the dunes that spread across the desert. It is certainly enjoyable to people who have no fear of heights because you will be as high as 140 meters at the Great Sand Sea near Siwa Oasis.


Eat Kushari or Koshari

What is a trip without consuming the local food in that area? Kushari is one of the most traditional meals that entails tomato sauce with garlic vinegar, rice, macaroni, and lentils topped with fried onions and chickpeas. You could also try other authentic meals; don’t be boring.


Egyptian Koshari Dish

Visit Egypt’s Pharaonic Sites

Luxor and Aswan host most Pharaonic sites, and as much as Egypt has many Pharaonic sites, temples, and statues, this experience will be worth it.

Abu Simbel Rock Temple

Go For Hiking On Mount Sinai

This is a renowned mountain that you would certainly not miss climbing for the world. Its height is 2285 meters, in other words, 7497 feet. Can you imagine the breathtaking view you will see, especially of the sunrise or sunset? If you have never tried hiking before, you could give it a try and be the judge.

Woman alking in Sinai Peninsula

Ride A Camel

Imagine riding a camel and seeing the pyramids at a glance? You will be killing two birds with one stone.

Women riding camels in Egypt


The above points show some of the things to do in Egypt. You could even write these places down if you are manifesting for a trip to Egypt. If possible, allocate time for each activity to ensure that you maximize your time or hire a travelling agency to do that.

Do not forget to capture memories by taking photos and even videos to refer back to when you are back home, not to forget to share with those you love. Carry extra money to buy the much-needed souvenirs and be open to trying the authentic dishes instead of going for as per the usual.

Top Travel Destinations in Texas

Of all the states in the US, Texas is one of the most popular with tourists, and for a reason: it is endowed with stunning geography and a host of exciting cultural attractions. The state boasts of natural as well as man-made features which draw thousands of tourists each year due to their incredible beauty. From world-class beaches and imposing mountains to great hotels and popular shopping districts, Texas has it all. Here is a detailed guide on the top travel destinations in Texas.

Travelling to Texas

San Antonio’s River Walk

This long pedestrian walkway that stretches for several miles is famed for its spectacular beauty. Built along the river, it zigzags through the city and is popular among the visitors and the locals alike. Some of the city’s best hotels, restaurants and shopping streets can be found along the River Walk, which also hosts many festivals and craft shows. To fully absorb the charm of this area, take a cruise upstream then slowly walk back to your starting point, taking a stop for a bite or a museum visit along the way.

Guadalupe Mountains National Park

Located in the northeastern part of the state, the park has some of the best desert scenery that you will ever get to see anywhere in your travels. Here you will find the golden eagles and other rare wildlife not found anywhere else. That’s not all; the landscape’s beauty is bewitching, especially as you near the Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in the state. It is also the perfect place to have a hiking expedition due to the many miles of trails which weave through woodland canyons, hills and lush springs.

South Padre Island

If you are looking for superior beaches and crystal clear waters, then South Padre Island is the place to be. Found near the Texas-Mexico border, it is accessible from airports at McAllen, Harlingen and South Padre. These sandy beaches are very popular along the gulf coast and the resorts, hotels and condos are also top-notch. You can visit the islands anytime of the year, and you can expect to have a very good time. Concerts are held almost daily, and thousands of visitors troop here to attend them. South Padre Island is never short of excitement.

Enchanted Rock

If you are a fan of rock climbing, then you will love Enchanted Rock. Found to the north of Fredericksburg, Texas Hill Country, this rock formation rises 425 feet above the ground level. It is the largest rock formation in the US. Enchanted Rock was made a National Natural Landmark in 1970 and placed under the Texas State Parks System. Here, you can try rock climbing, camping as well as bird watching. Since the place is very popular with campers, the state avails basic facilities to them.

The Alamo

One of America’s most important historic sites, it is located to the east of San Antonio. It was started as a mission station in 1718 by the Franciscans, and by 1836, they had developed it into a fort. During the Texan War of Independence, a small group of soldiers took shelter there, and for a while they were able to keep a large Mexican army of 3000 men at bay. Eventually all the 187 defenders were defeated and killed, but their courage galvanized the state and rallied the residents to eventually overcome the Mexicans. Today, the center is visited by close to 3 million people annually who come to see the restored mission and to commemorate the fallen Texans.

This was written by Justin Taylor from Atlanta, GA. My family and I were visiting Texas as we were planning on moving our water damage company from Atlanta to that state. You may contact us if you need any information about the places we visited in Texas or our service.