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3 Main Types of Tourism In Egypt: Where to Go Next?

Egypt's various forms of tourism How would you like your Egypt trips to be? Cultural attractions, sacred places, peaceful scenery, or therapeutic sands?

As one of the most popular forms of tourism in Egypt, Egypt also includes many other forms of tourism, which we will learn about in this article. About a third of the world's monuments are found in Egypt, which was home to numerous ancient civilizations more than 7,000 years ago.

Egypt is a popular tourist destination, so the Egyptian government has always given the growth of the tourism industry a lot of attention. Tourism is one of the key sources of national income for each tourist country.

Egypt's fascinating history and enduring culture, which dates back more than 5,000 years and produced many antiques, artefacts, and relics, make it the most well-liked tourist destination in the Middle East during our Egypt travel packages.

For those who enjoy travel and adventure, one benefit of visiting Egypt is the country's diversity of tourism options, which can accommodate all of their needs and satisfy all of their desires.

Egypt is the only nation that attracts such a diverse range of tourism you can visit them during our Egypt classic tours.

Cultural Tourism

Since the discovery of ancient Egypt and the deciphering of hieroglyphs, the first kind of tourism has been identified. There are numerous historical and cultural sites in Egypt that support enduring cultural tourism. Ancient civilizations can be visible at several Egyptian locations, particularly in Cairo. during our Cairo day tours you will explore One of the most significant archaeological sites and one of the earliest capitals in antiquity may be found in Ain Shams, a neighbourhood northeast of Cairo, also known as Aon City, Ain Shams, or Heliopolis. The three Giza pyramids—Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure—are among the seven ancient wonders of the world and served as the tombs of mighty kings and queens. The excellence and ingenuity of the ancient Egyptians are evident in them.

The Sphinx, which is also at Giza, stands for power, knowledge, and intelligence. It is a depiction of Raa, the name of the sun deity. Its structure consists of a human head and a lion's body. The Red Pyramid and the Bent Pyramid are decorative features in Dahshour.

Ancient sites that reflect cultural tourism can be found in abundance in other Egyptian cities, including the Philae Temple in Aswan, Abu Simbel Temple in Luxor, Habu Temple, Hathor Temple, and Valley of the Kings you can visit them with our Luxor day tours

Religious Tourism


Some travellers are drawn to Egypt's holy and revered locations because they exude a spiritual aura and boast remarkable architectural features that differ from Pharaonic ones. Mosques, churches, and castles are all part of religious tourism you can explore it with our Coptic and Islamic Cairo tour.

Due to its prominence in Egypt and the rest of the globe as well as its unique style, Al Azhar Mosque is at the top of the list of mosques in Cairo. Amr ibn al-Aas Mosque, Al-Hussein Mosque, Sayyida Zainab Mosque, Ahmad Ibn Tulun Mosque, Rifai Mosque, Imam Ash-Shafie, Sultan Hassan Mosque, Al Hakim Mosque, and Mohammed Ali Mosque are just a few of Egypt's many endearing mosques.

Churches that you can visit include the hanging Church, one of Egypt's oldest structures, Saint Barbara Church, Abu Serga Church, and Saint Mark's Coptic Orthodox Cathedral, which serves as the seat of the Coptic Orthodox Pope and has a unique architectural layout that expresses seven churches.

Medical Tourism

Types of Tourism in Egypt

Egypt has a lengthy history of therapeutic practices that date back thousands of years. Due to her daily bathing and use of rose petals, Cleopatra has been known for her exceptional beauty since ancient times.

Egypt is well-known for its pleasant weather and cool breezes, and the rising demand for wellness treatments among tourists, the accessibility of qualified medical staff, and the rise in the number of upscale resort hotels have all contributed to making Egypt one of the most sought-after locations in the world for travellers seeking rest and relaxation.

It is advised to travel to Egypt if you have problems with your bones, muscles, or skin because it is one of the well-known locations with natural oasis and mineral water, which is said to be an efficient treatment for many disorders. Additionally, certain sandy areas of the Red Sea are known as a centre for the treatment of certain bone and muscle problems, and in these instances, sitting in the sand will be used as treatment.

Leisure Tourism

Types of Tourism in Egypt

One of the activities that tourists look for is leisure or recreational tourism. The White Sea and the Red Sea, which both have stunning shorelines and breathtaking views, are what make Egypt unique.

You can engage in marine activities in the Red Sea through our Sharm el Sheikh day tours, which is renowned for its clear water and magnificent coral reefs. In addition, the Gulf of Aqaba and the Gulf of Suez both make excellent locations for water sports and vacation destinations, respectively.

Desert Tourism

Types of Tourism in Egypt

The best way to experience adventure and learn about Bedouin culture is to go on an Egyptian desert safari with our Egypt desert safari tours.

For all types of tourists, whether they are seeking adventure or simply want to take in the natural beauty of the wide desert, this sort of tourism is quite appealing.

The Sinai Peninsula, which is geographically situated in northwest Egypt, helped to enhance safari tourism and made the city the most well-known location for this kind of travel.

Travel businesses frequently provide a variety of safari excursions in the breathtaking South Sinai mountains, including excursions to Mount Moses and St. Catherine's Monastery.

One of the must-do activities is to observe the sunrise atop Mount Moses.

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