I’m not normally a huge fan of resort-style holidays but this Red Sea development in Egypt is quite unique. It’s an entire town built by just one company!
While the Red Sea resort of El Gouna might be popular with tourists, there are also thousands of expats who call it home. I meet an English couple who are doing just that.
To go to the Red Sea and not delve beneath the surface is to not go at all. The diving and snorkelling is some of the best you will ever see.
It was once an important part of Ancient Egyptian culture but wine has virtually disappeared from the country. Now there is a small revival of the drink.
At Philae Temple, you’ll find a site that was caught in the middle of the rise and fall of three great empires.
The Egyptian city of Aswan offers a nice respite from the chaos of Cairo. It also has some fascinating historical sites, meaning there are plenty of things to do in Aswan.
Karnak Temple at Luxor is a highlight of a visit to Egypt. One of the largest religious complexes in the world, it took 2000 years to build!
Go deep inside Egypt’s Valley of the Kings to see the Ancient World’s greatest burial tombs. It’s amazing how well preserved they are.
The Abu Simbel temples are one of the highlights of Egypt – for both the incredible Temple of Ramses II and the story of Abu Simbel’s relocation.