Pre-historic homes found in oasis An Italian excavation team succeeded in unearthing a number of archaeological finds in an area called the “hidden valley” in the Oasis of Farafra. They unearthed some residential buildings and quarries dating back to the Stone Age.

Mr. Ahmed El-Maghraby was appointed Minister of Tourism on July 14th, 2004. Before joining the Egyptian Cabinet, and in 2002, he was selected Member of the Economic Committee, the National Democratic Party (NDP). One of his major achievements in this post is the development of the study “Tourism Development: The True Feeder for Economic, Read More

On-the-go-tours, London, has introduced a revolutionary travel pass through Egypt that allows travel for three months through various routes in Egypt, all from just £79. The GoBus pass from on the go tours is on sale now at our offices in West Kensington and soon on our website (www.onthegotours.com). No other tour operator offers, Read More

CAIRO HAS improved its old airport in Nasr City as part of the Cairo International Airport’s EGP150 million development and upgrade plan.  Part of the upgrade is the addition of six conveyer belts and 10 counters for its international arrival on terminal 3, as well as a shopping mall and a multi-storey garage following, Read More

London – on the go tours, London, has introduced a revolutionary travel pass through Egypt that allows travel for three months through various routes in Egypt, all from just £79. The GoBus pass from on the go tours is on sale now at our offices in West Kensington and soon on our website (www.onthegotours.com)., Read More

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Minister of Culture Farouk Hosni announced that the Australian archaeological mission working in Ezbit El-Walda area have unearthed a 5,000-year-old necropolis with 20 well-preserved tombs in that site just outside Cairo. The site in the suburb of Helwan is a host of small plain tombs with larger ones meant for the middle and upper, Read More

An Egyptian archaeological team has uncovered battlements from Pharaonic times at the ancient eastern gateway to Egypt in the north of the Sinai Peninsula, Culture Ministry declared. The find includes three fortifications built in the area of Tharu, an ancient city that stood on a branch of the Nile that has long since dried up., Read More

Captain Jacques Cousteau’s ship “The Alcyone” anchors in the Abu Tig Marina out of concern for a team member & stays out of delight at the alcove it found in El Gouna. In February, 2004, El Gouna was honored to host Captain Jacques Cousteau’s remarkable ship “The Alcyone” in the Abu Tig Marina  for, Read More

Top celebrities bask in the sweltering heat in the streets of Cairo the Athens 2004 Olympic Torch Relay which set the Egyptian capital and Giza ‘on fire.’ This historic international journey that takes the Olympic flame to all continents and 34 cities worldwide brightens up the downtown area all the way to Giza Al, Read More

“The Islamic-Coptic Antiquities Committee approved the implementation of a restoration program of Al Ahmar Monastery in Sohag in Upper Egypt in cooperation with an Egyptian – Italian group and the American Research Center,” said Dr. Zahi Hawass, secretary-general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, with the American Research Center finally in-charge of most of, Read More