Filmmaker Neil Sandoz spent three months in the city of Aswan, Egypt in a small Nubian village called Gabil Tagog. He immediately fell in love with the people, culture and cuisine of this small community on the banks of the Nile.
Travel in Egypt
With stunning architecture, historic monuments and a rich cultural atmosphere, Cairo is one of the most exciting places to visit in the Middle East.
A Nile cruise is a great way to see many of Egypt’s tops sights and attractions like those in Luxor and Aswan easily and comfortably.
If you’re a scuba diver, you plan your vacations around diving. From the Great Blue Hole in Belize to Thistlegorm in the Red Sea, here are some of the best dive spots from around the world.
Getting lost on Mt. Sinai leads to a front row seat for one of nature’s amazing displays.
There’s much more to see in Egypt than just the pyramids and the other major attractions. Discover five hidden treasures that most travelers don’t know exist.
A traveler’s journey through the Suez Canal, the artificial sea level waterway connecting the Red Sea and the Mediterranean.
After discovering King Tut’s tomb, Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon went to the nearby luxurious Winter Palace in Luxor. You can too.
I had a bad feeling about this before we even saw the camels, but it turned out to be an experience I would never forget.
Coral Beach Diving Hotel is set to reach new depths.
Ever gone shopping in a cemetary? Cairo’s Friday Market brings a whole new meaning to bargain hunting.
A visitor to an Egyptian beach resort finds more than she bargained for when she visits a T-shirt shop.