Cities for Vegetarian in Egypt
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- 1Egypt269 reviews
Dirty and hectic but absolutely full of charm. Cairo is a melting pot for Egypt and for the Middle East. Conservative and liberal. Islamic and Christian. Ancient and modern. The food here is exceptional and there is incredible atmosphere everywhere you turn. The touts and pollution might convince some to knock Cairo back a few stars but they are all ...
- 2Egypt66 reviews
Base for exploring the Valley of the Kings. There is very little in town but there are nice properties, the river is lovely, and the nearby archaeological sights are among the best in the world.
- 3Egypt20 reviews
There is very little to Abu Simbel other than the famous temples. The airport is functional and this is a reasonable place to stop for a break as you transit to / from Sudan or wait to embark on a cruise of Lake Nasser. Be aware that frequent sand storms can cause flight delays. Try to avoid tight connections.
- 4Egypt30 reviews
Dahab is an amazing dive spot and a very laid back town. Not nearly as glitzy as Sharm el Sheik, but very relaxed and friendly. If you are into diving, the dive shops here are very good - I got my advanced certification and all the dive masters were Aussies. Definitely ask to dive the blue hole - it is ...
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- 5Egypt97 reviews
Sharm itself is a bit of a dump -- way overbuilt and filled with unattractive hotels that are way past their prime. That said, Sharm is a great base for excursions further into the Sinai (St. Catherine's Monastery, Mt. Sinai, Dahab) and for underwater exploration. The diving here is absolutely world class.
- 6Egypt38 reviews
Three Corners, Ocean View, El Gouna resort is the best.
- 7Egypt69 reviews
Alexandria is right on the water and the home of quite a bit of history, including the ancient library (no longer there) and the Lighthouse, one of the Seven Ancient Wonders. There's good diving, too, but I didn't get a chance to do that.
- 8Egypt32 reviews
Make no mistake, the pyramids and the Oberio here are fantastic. That said, Giza itself is a mess -- dirty and filled with touts. You need to watch your back a bit but, for the most part, the annoyances here are harmless humans and traffic.
- 9Egypt28 reviews
Aswan is wonderfully pleasant and lush. The lack of good hotel options here (at the time of our visit) was a detractor but I certainly wish we had stayed more than the 24 hours we devoted here. A nice jumping off point for Abu Simbel but other nearby ruins and the spectacular Nile scenery make Aswan special.
- 10Egypt3 reviews
Soma Bay ist a very natural and luxury alternative to the more touristy beach destination Hurghada. It is a peninsula and features 5 hotels in the 4-5 star category (La Résidence des Cascades for golfers, Kempinski&Sheraton for high-level holidaymakers, Robinson Club for families and a water sports lodge called The Breakers for sports people who like to chill in a ...
- 11Egypt7 reviews
http://www.sinaibedouinsafari.com/eng/gallery/index.html Sinai Bedouin Safari. Desert safari around Sinai. Photogallery. www.sinaibedouinsafari.com Sinai Bedouin Safari in Dahab, South Sinai offers desert safari in Sinai: camel - jeep - trek safari around Sinai, snorkeling and diving in Red Sea, Red Sea boat trips. Discover secret Bedouin pathways.
- 12Egypt3 reviews
Taba on the Rea Sea Riviera - iconic & wonderful. The Egyptians just know how to make you feel happy, special & on holiday.... a great location to visit, Cairo, Jordan, Israel too....
- 13Egypt8 reviews
thats where i live i think its amazing city just needed to have more attention its on the red sea coast the same as hurghada and sharm
- 14Egypt4 reviews
After time in Dubai, El Gouna was a breath of fresh air. Very comfortable and nice, but with a remote feel. I was impressed with the beer bottling plant, as well as the lush gardens. I didn't get a chance to go diving, but would love to return to take advantage of the water.
- 15Egypt9 reviews
This was a stop on our cruise for some reason but I am not sure what. This is a port on the Suez although most of the boats bypass this entrance due to a faster cut-off to the Mediterranean. We walked around with nothing much to see. The beach area was quite dirty and rundown. The downtown area had far ...
- 16Egypt5 reviews
We were a group of friends and we went to a tourist village on Marsa Alam. We enjoy ourselves on diving relax and fun. I recommend it to anyone who loves diving and egyption history because they organise turist guide on Luxor (so famous for The valley of the Queens).
- 17Egypt2 reviews
In the Sinai region of Egypt and a few hours away from the Israel border, this is a truly breathtaking area of the country. It's an area this author hesitated even writing about due to how one of kind this area is. Far less developed than Dahab, it has a unique charm that will convince you to stay far longer ...
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- 20Egypt4 reviews