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Egypt’s Red Sea Mountain Trail Makes it to TIME’s List of World’s Greatest Places



TIME magazine released on Thursday their second annual list of the World’s Greatest Places which features 100 destinations from around the world that offer tourists an extraordinary experience, and Egypt’s Red Sea Mountain Trail has made it to the prestigious list.


This list is created through a number of nominations from the magazine’s own editors and correspondents, in addition to experts in the industry. Categories vary from restaurants, landmarks, to hotels and theme parks, and they are divided into places to visit, to stay and places to eat&drink.

The Red Sea Mountain Trail is a community tourism initiative that was developed five years ago and was founded by British geographer, Ben Hoffler with the help of mountaineer and adventurer, Omar Samra.


The project aims at supporting the Bedouin community economically, while at the same time preserving their endangered cultural heritage, the Trail is headed by Sheikh Merayi Abu Musallem of the Bedouin Khushmaan tribe of Maaza, which is yet another move at empowering Bedouins to take charge in developing sustainable adventure tourism for their own areas.





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Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to Host Two Temporary Exhibitions




Minister of Antiquities Khaled El-Anany has announced that two temporary exhibitions will be held in the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir in light of the 150th anniversary of the museum’s establishment.

The exhibitions will launch on November 15 and will revolve around education and caches in ancient Egypt.

An inspection tour will also take place among the celebrations with the attendance of Minister of Antiquities Khaled el-Anany, some of the ministry’s leaders and well-known public figures.

Earlier on November 12, the Chairman of the Chinese Consultative Council and a member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC), Wang Yang visited the museum along with the rest of his party.

All of whom were very impressed by the magnificent  display of the ancient Egyptian civilization, and were intrigued to learn about Ancient Egypt and the history it holds.

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Recently Discovered Coffins Transferred to the GEM




30 archaeological coffins have been transferred to the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM), an official source in the Upper Egypt Antiquities Sector in Luxor Governorate revealed.

Those coffins were among the latest discoveries of the Egyptian archaeological mission that excavated El-Assaif area in Mount Qurna, located in west of Luxor.

The coffins are expected to be displayed in a hall entitled “Cache of El-Assassif,” following all the needed restoration process. Sources also revealed that the transfer happened on Sunday in full secrecy.

This recent discovery was considered to be one of the largest and most important discoveries, that unveiled more than 20 colored wooden sarcophagi.

All of the tombs were found in a good state with visible colors and inscriptions, the tombs were found in two caches on one level above the other.


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Honeymoon Guide: 7 Heavenly Island Destinations In Greece




Greece is such a fairy-tale place to spend your honeymoon in, I mean what could possibly ever beat a sunset on a Greek isle? Most of the places and islands there are breathtaking, but some are more romantic than others and so here is a guide to help you pick the ideal place for you to spend your honeymoon in.


Crete is the largest Greek island and it is such a dreamy place to spend a week or two in just relaxing with your partner, you can head to Chania or enjoy the most romantic views from the lighthouse or simply dine in one of the town’s restaurants that overlook the water.

Romantic activities include horseback riding, luxury spas, and the option to stay in adults-only resorts.


By far, the most popular destination in Greece and well, it is practically another synonymous with romance. Your trip to Greece will never really be fulfilled without witnessing a Santorini sunset.

For adrenaline junkies, you will definitely enjoy cliff jumping, hiking, and riding ATVs, and for those looking to just lay back and relax, there are plenty of beaches including black sand beaches.

Tip: Make sure to reserve as early as you can if you have a certain place to stay in mind, because there’s just too much competition for those honeymoon suites.


The island is known as Greece’s premier party island but sill giving the opportunity for some romantic getaways, you can for instance enjoy a walk in Little Venice before getting a romantic dinner just the two of you. Also, who wouldn’t crave someone relaxing in literal paradise on Paradise Beach?

You can also go scuba diving or take a day trip to the nearby island of Delos, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Mykonos shopping is some of the best in the world, so save some room in your luggage!


Athens combines between urban sophistication and world-class cultural experience, making it the perfect destination for couple looking to mix their experience. You can enjoy a rooftop dining while viewing the Parthenon alight above the city or stroll in the ancient Agora.

You can also escape to one of the three islands closest to Athens for a day trip or as another destination on your list.

Zakynthos (Zante)

Couples would usually go for this destination for its famous beach Navagio, also known as Shipwreck Cove, the beach is known not only for the shipwreck but also for its towering cliffs that make one of the most picturesque spots in the Balkans.

Besides that, you will get to enjoy snorkeling with the island’s famous loggerhead turtles.


Paros is such a dreamy island, well actually it is two islands connected together by a bridge, and it is just a ferry ride away from Athens. You and your partner will get to enjoy stunning waterfront restaurants and cafes, and Paros’s most famous landmark, the white clock tower.

You can also hire a boat to enjoy a private boat ride to nearby Hydra or Aegina.


Compared to the other islands, Kefalonia is the least known island outside of Greece. However, it is packed with several getaways opportunities for couples, as it has gorgeous beaches galore, opportunities to see sea turtles, and a plethora of charming island villages to escape to.

It’s also very easy to take a day trip from there to Zakynthos (Zante) from Kefalonia, that way you get to discover two islands and not only one.


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