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As you are aware, Egypt will be organizing and hosting the African Nations Championship (from 15 June to 13 July)

We are pleased to organize tour programs for the fans of your country to visit Egypt and attend the preliminary phase, in which they will get to watch your country'snational team three initial matches. (15 June to 23 June)

We, Global Orient Tours, offer a 10-night, 11-day program that will cover all domestic transportation, accommodation, and tickets to all the matches of the fan’s home country.

Optional tours will be available for the fans during their stay in Egypt.

You will find some details about our company (Global Orient Tours) included in the attached brochure, but feel free to inquire for more details, which will be provided upon your request.

We're looking forward for cooperating with you, and we wish the best of luck to your national team in the championship.

Global Orient Tours

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Your Guide to Drinking Alcohol in Egypt While Traveling

Yes, Egypt is an Islamic country – but that doesn’t mean you can’t get yourself a drink.

With a minority of Coptic Christians living in Egypt, the law cannot place an ultimate ban on alcohol as other Islamic countries do… well, there’s that, and there’s also the fact that it would be super detrimental to our tourism.

I mean, think about it. Do you really want to travel knowing that you won’t be able to get a sip of cool, fresh beer in the hot summer sun?

There’s a lot more than just beer too (there are Long Island ice teas) – and here we’ll tell you exactly where you can get yourself a drink on holidays in Egypt.

Keep your eyes open for Drinkies

Drinkies is a chain alcoholic beverage store based in Egypt. Everything you need fom beer to fine wine and spirits is just a few clicks or phone call away – delivered to your doorstep or picked up at their shops. They have an app. More than 100 Drinkies stores operating across the country. Drinkies hotline 19330

Locations: Luxor, Hurghada, Sharm El-Sheikh, North Coast, Alexandria, Cairo, Faiyum, Ain Sokhna, New Cairo, all

The shops will be closed during Ramadan though, the holiest month of the year in predominantly Islamic countries.

The Beers

Beer is a pretty common go-to choice for Egyptians, being the cheapest of liquors available at the store and the most abundant in choices.

Stella, Meister, Desperados

The Wines

Was wine invented in Egypt? Maybe. But that’s not an excuse not to have a sip. Just say when.

Omar Khayyam, Cru des Ptolmees, Rubis D’Egypte, Abarka, Chateau des Reves wine, Aida, Obelisk, Grand Marcus wine

The Spirits

For every person there’s a spirit to their taste.

ID Edge, Auld Stag whiskey, Butler’s Gin, Cubana Lemon (rum)

Hotels are (usually) a Yay

Egypt being a touristy country gives its hotels the privilege of being stocked with liquor – from imported wines and whiskeys to local beers.

You can have a drink by the poolside or indulge in some cool beverage next to dinner. If it’s a hotel, then make yourself comfortable.

Public spaces are a nay!

However, don’t get so drunk that you walk out of a building with a bottle in hand. Not only will it attract stares, it will also get you into all sorts of trouble. Drinking in public streets is not acceptable in Egypt.

If you’re out getting drunk, make sure you have a friend or somebody who is familiar with the streets to get you home safely.

But other than that, enjoy your night out!

Check out bars and clubs in Cities and Beach Towns

Egypt’s nightlife can get pretty wild – and there’s a whole load of diversity to that. There are dim bars, bright bars, hotel bars, rooftop bars – plenty of bars scattered here and there throughout the different cities.

There are also clubs – which usually play hip-hop or electronic music, as clubs are wont to do.

Can I Drink Alcohol During Ramadan in Egypt?

In some places, no. However, if you’re a holder of a non-Egyptian passport (or passport holder of a non-Islamic nationality) then you can get a drink at some hotels, restaurants and locations.

However, most liquor shops will be closed, and a lot of clubs will be closed for the month or offering dry-night specials.

If you’re a drinker, then Ramadan isn’t the ideal season to travel to Egypt in.

Traveling on the Road with Alcohol

If you get stopped on the road by police or at a security check point with alcohol in the car, then you better make sure those bottles are closed. If you’re traveling with bottles and you’re on a travel road then it’s advised that you have the receipt of the bottle that you have, as sometimes police ask for them – and if you’re unlucky and don’t have the receipt, then sometimes the bottles are confiscated. Try not to be too disappointed if that happens, and have a hearty laugh instead. And don’t say that we didn’t warn you.

Main image from Vice.com.

Global Tours
by: Global Tours , 1 week ago

Welcome To Egypt ✌️

Such a great honor that our country host a well known celebrity like Florida & MikeTyson
to spread a great message of peace and hospitality.
thisisegypt

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“The color is almost intact even though the tomb is almost 4,400 years old,” Enany said.

The tomb, located in Saqqara, depicts images of religious offerings, musical shows, ailing boats, and hunting.

The tomb’s measurements are 10 meters long, three meters wide, and about three meters high, according to the Ministry.The mystifying thing about this find is that the tomb was found “exceptionally well-preserved” with vivid paint on the wall, and the walls adorned with hieroglyphs and statues of the ancient pharaohs.

Minister of Antiquities Khaled Enany said that the tomb is “one of a kind” compared to the ones that have been uncovered in the last decades.Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities revealed a new find carried out by an Egyptian archaeological mission, that pulled out a 4,400 year old tomb dating back to the Fifth Dynasty royal priest at Saqqara.



Majaliwa Gogo

Looking to experience the beauty of my blessed country (Tanzania)?There's so much more to learn and make it be unforgettable lifetime experience.

Some of the world's most attractive and historical places you shouldn't miss while you are here...

1. Game tours: viewing beautiful creatures and astonishing features in different game reserves, parks, and conservatory areas such as Manyara national park, Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Mikumi etc.

2. Trekking: those who like to trek they must have come across beautiful characteristics of Mt. KILIMANJARO (highest mountain in Africa) also Mt. Meru in Arusha region.

3. Zanzibar tour: sometimes known as THE LAND OF SPICES the archipelego made up of Zanzibar and Pemba Islands located in the Indian ocean. Activities to do:

-Evening tour which give you a chance to see this old historical place by night. The tour begins walking in narrow street of stone town with more than fifty years old buildings and people's evening life and walk to Forodhani garden to see spiced food sellers.

-Stone town city tour with rich cultural heritage

-Spice tour to discover why Zanzibar is refered to as the land of spices

-Prison Island tour which include a visit of small islet known as Prison island

-Jozani forest which is the only park with red colubus monkey

-amongst others

Best Time to visit June to October (All parks), June-July and January-February (Serengeti for the wildebeest migration and calving)

High SeasonJuly to March (northern circuit parks; they get crowded), July to October(southern and western circuit parks; they don't really get crowded any time of the year)

Low SeasonApril and May (northern circuit parks still get quite a few visitors unlike the southern and western circuit parks, where many lodges close down)

Best WeatherJune to October (Little to no rainfall)

Worst WeatherMarch and April (Peak of Wet season)

June to OctoberDry Season

June and July are the best months to see the wildebeest migrationAnimals are easier to spot since they concentrate around waterholes and rivers and there is less vegetationThere are fewer mosquitoes because there is little to no rain; skies are clear and most days are sunnyEven though most tourists visit during the Dry season, the parks still don't feel crowded, except for the Seronera area in the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro CraterMornings and nights get cold; it's recommended to bring warm clothing for morning game drives in open vehicles during the months of June, July and August

November to MayWet Season

Late January to February is the time to see the calving in the southern Serengeti, and an excellent time to see predator actionThe scenery is green and beautiful; it's low season, meaning lower rates and less crowded parksAlthough wildlife is easier to spot in the Dry season, you'll still see plenty and most northern circuit parks offer good year-round wildlife viewingMigratory birds are present, and bird watching is at its bestExcept for March, April and May, rains are mostly short afternoon showers and seldom have a negative impact on your tripMarch to May is the peak of the Wet seasonMost big wildlife has migrated out of Tarangire NP, and wildlife viewing in Katavi, Selous and Ruaha is clearly better during the Dry season

For those who would like to come to visit this blessed nation you are warmly welcomed. You will simply need to provide me with the following:

1. Type of tour you wish to do

2. Number of travellers

3. Number of days to be spent

4. When you wish to visit

5. Your budget

Majaliwa Gogo

Looking to experience the beauty of my blessed country (Tanzania)?There's so much more to learn and make it be unforgettable lifetime experience.

Some of the world's most attractive and historical places you shouldn't miss while you are here...

1. Game tours: viewing beautiful creatures and astonishing features in different game reserves, parks, and conservatory areas such as Manyara national park, Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Mikumi etc.

2. Trekking: those who like to trek they must have come across beautiful characteristics of Mt. KILIMANJARO (highest mountain in Africa) also Mt. Meru in Arusha region.

3. Zanzibar tour: sometimes known as THE LAND OF SPICES the archipelego made up of Zanzibar and Pemba Islands located in the Indian ocean. Activities to do:

-Evening tour which give you a chance to see this old historical place by night. The tour begins walking in narrow street of stone town with more than fifty years old buildings and people's evening life and walk to Forodhani garden to see spiced food sellers.

-Stone town city tour with rich cultural heritage

-Spice tour to discover why Zanzibar is refered to as the land of spices

-Prison Island tour which include a visit of small islet known as Prison island

-Jozani forest which is the only park with red colubus monkey

-amongst others

Best Time to visit June to October (All parks), June-July and January-February (Serengeti for the wildebeest migration and calving)

High SeasonJuly to March (northern circuit parks; they get crowded), July to October(southern and western circuit parks; they don't really get crowded any time of the year)

Low SeasonApril and May (northern circuit parks still get quite a few visitors unlike the southern and western circuit parks, where many lodges close down)

Best WeatherJune to October (Little to no rainfall)

Worst WeatherMarch and April (Peak of Wet season)

June to OctoberDry Season

June and July are the best months to see the wildebeest migrationAnimals are easier to spot since they concentrate around waterholes and rivers and there is less vegetationThere are fewer mosquitoes because there is little to no rain; skies are clear and most days are sunnyEven though most tourists visit during the Dry season, the parks still don't feel crowded, except for the Seronera area in the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro CraterMornings and nights get cold; it's recommended to bring warm clothing for morning game drives in open vehicles during the months of June, July and August

November to MayWet Season

Late January to February is the time to see the calving in the southern Serengeti, and an excellent time to see predator actionThe scenery is green and beautiful; it's low season, meaning lower rates and less crowded parksAlthough wildlife is easier to spot in the Dry season, you'll still see plenty and most northern circuit parks offer good year-round wildlife viewingMigratory birds are present, and bird watching is at its bestExcept for March, April and May, rains are mostly short afternoon showers and seldom have a negative impact on your tripMarch to May is the peak of the Wet seasonMost big wildlife has migrated out of Tarangire NP, and wildlife viewing in Katavi, Selous and Ruaha is clearly better during the Dry season

For those who would like to come to visit this blessed nation you are warmly welcomed. You will simply need to provide me with the following:

1. Type of tour you wish to do

2. Number of travellers

3. Number of days to be spent

4. When you wish to visit

5. Your budget

Majaliwa Gogo

Looking to experience the beauty of my blessed country (Tanzania)?There's so much more to learn and make it be unforgettable lifetime experience.

Some of the world's most attractive and historical places you shouldn't miss while you are here...

1. Game tours: viewing beautiful creatures and astonishing features in different game reserves, parks, and conservatory areas such as Manyara national park, Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Mikumi etc.

2. Trekking: those who like to trek they must have come across beautiful characteristics of Mt. KILIMANJARO (highest mountain in Africa) also Mt. Meru in Arusha region.

3. Zanzibar tour: sometimes known as THE LAND OF SPICES the archipelego made up of Zanzibar and Pemba Islands located in the Indian ocean. Activities to do:

-Evening tour which give you a chance to see this old historical place by night. The tour begins walking in narrow street of stone town with more than fifty years old buildings and people's evening life and walk to Forodhani garden to see spiced food sellers.

-Stone town city tour with rich cultural heritage

-Spice tour to discover why Zanzibar is refered to as the land of spices

-Prison Island tour which include a visit of small islet known as Prison island

-Jozani forest which is the only park with red colubus monkey

-amongst others

Best Time to visit June to October (All parks), June-July and January-February (Serengeti for the wildebeest migration and calving)

High SeasonJuly to March (northern circuit parks; they get crowded), July to October(southern and western circuit parks; they don't really get crowded any time of the year)

Low SeasonApril and May (northern circuit parks still get quite a few visitors unlike the southern and western circuit parks, where many lodges close down)

Best WeatherJune to October (Little to no rainfall)

Worst WeatherMarch and April (Peak of Wet season)

June to OctoberDry Season

June and July are the best months to see the wildebeest migrationAnimals are easier to spot since they concentrate around waterholes and rivers and there is less vegetationThere are fewer mosquitoes because there is little to no rain; skies are clear and most days are sunnyEven though most tourists visit during the Dry season, the parks still don't feel crowded, except for the Seronera area in the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro CraterMornings and nights get cold; it's recommended to bring warm clothing for morning game drives in open vehicles during the months of June, July and August

November to MayWet Season

Late January to February is the time to see the calving in the southern Serengeti, and an excellent time to see predator actionThe scenery is green and beautiful; it's low season, meaning lower rates and less crowded parksAlthough wildlife is easier to spot in the Dry season, you'll still see plenty and most northern circuit parks offer good year-round wildlife viewingMigratory birds are present, and bird watching is at its bestExcept for March, April and May, rains are mostly short afternoon showers and seldom have a negative impact on your tripMarch to May is the peak of the Wet seasonMost big wildlife has migrated out of Tarangire NP, and wildlife viewing in Katavi, Selous and Ruaha is clearly better during the Dry season

For those who would like to come to visit this blessed nation you are warmly welcomed. You will simply need to provide me with the following:

1. Type of tour you wish to do

2. Number of travellers

3. Number of days to be spent

4. When you wish to visit

5. Your budget

Indies Travel

Yogyakarta is one of the most famous cities in Java and also one of the most interesting. It is known across Indonesia as the cultural capital of the country and it is also a university town that has a reputation for attracting artists and intellectuals who flock here to enjoy the arts scene and the cafe culture. The city is also notable in Indonesia as it is technically a sultanate and the royal family has been a fixture of the city since the 1700s. As a result, many of Yogyakarta’s attractions relate to the royals, but, true to its learned roots, you will also find a wealth of museums here as well as workshops and handicraft shops. Lets explore Jogja with me if you interest to know the best thing to do in Yogyakarta.

Peter Gichina

Adventure Penfam Tours & Safaris is focused in providing professional,thrilling and treasurable
safari packages to visitors coming to experience the sights,sounds and
smell of the ageless African Wonderland. We ensure our clients
need and interest are satisfactorily met giving them a value for their
money and time.

We specialize in Custom safaris for individual/Group travelers,luxury & budget Safaris,Birding safaris and many more.

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Loserian Laizer
by: Loserian Laizer , 2 months ago

Hallow everyone we organise Safaris in Tanzania from basic camping to luxury we are happy to show you the treasure of our country 

please do not hesitate to contact
info@rushtotanzania.com
WhatsApp +255754270094 
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