Egypt has made a triumphant comeback in recent years, re-establishing itself as an alluring, exciting, and friendly travel destination.

For many people, visiting Egypt is the fulfilment of a lifelong dream – the great Pyramids of Giza, the tombs in the Valley of the Kings, cruising the Nile and seeing the twin temples of Abu Simbel.

If there is one thing that is essential in visiting Egypt, it is to make sure that you are guided by an experienced Egyptologist.  Whether you are travelling in a group, or independently, this will be the key to unlocking the magic of Egypt.


Jordan is home to biblical landmarks, beautiful architecture, and the famed Dead Sea, an ancient land where prophets once roamed.

Visits to Amman, Petra, and Aqaba offer insights glimpses into Jordan’s culture and history.  Wadi Rum, a protected desert wilderness features dramatic sandstone mountains, natural arches and prehistoric inscriptions and carvings along rocky caverns and steep chasms.   In Madaba , the city of mosaics, you can visit the famous 6th century mosaic map of Jerusalem and the Holy Land.  And make sure you treat yourself to an unforgettable afternoon spent floating in the rejuvenating mineral waters of the Dead Sea. All this and more awaits

Wadi Rum National Park in Jordan.
The ancient city of Petra in Jordan.