From the ethereal and enigmatic aspects of its ancient history to the fervor of its modern society, Egypt has commanded the attention of the world for thousands of years. Foreign contemporaries of the early pharaohs stood in the same dumbstruck wonder at the pyramids as tourists do today, and painstaking conservation efforts make this likely to happen for many more years to come.
The legendary nature of this society, combined with its size, diversity, and unique location straddling the Middle East and North Africa, make it one of the more dynamic destinations in the world. Whether you’re looking for a luxury holiday, a deep immersion into history, some photo inspiration, or a slow travel experience spent amongst the people, you can find it here.
Welcome to Egypt.
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Egypt has the largest Arabic population in the world.
Only one inch of rain falls per year in Egypt on average.
Ancient Egyptian women had a number of rights, such as the ability to own property, initiate divorce, and carry out business deals.
The Nile River is the longest in the world with a length of 4,135 miles.