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Egypt Unveiled: Exploring the Enigmatic Beauty Within the Mystery Box

Mahmoud Gebril July 3, 2018 Published in Egypt
Egypt Unveiled: Exploring the Enigmatic Beauty Within the Mystery Box

Egypt has a way to charm any reluctant traveler in the world. Its glorious history and magnificent culture are the perfect combinations for a well-deserved vacation. Ancient Egypt was the leading civilization in the Mediterranean world for about 30 centuries. From the great pyramids built during the Old Kingdom to its conquest led by the Great Alexander, Egypt has always enchanted historians, archeologists and also tourists. Therefore, Osiris deals all year long with the high demand for Egypt Private Tours.

If you are bitten by a travel bug and cannot wait to be mesmerized by the beauty of Egypt, you should look into the various destinations in Egypt.

The Egyptian rich culture and historical landmarks across the country have forced our admiration and applause when you step foot here. Among the great monuments to visit, there is one monument that keeps haunting us and keeps making us want more; The Valley of the Kings and the Tomb of King Tut.

King Tut, the boy King who ruled Egypt when he was 9 and died when he was 18 years old.
Golden Mask of King Tut

The unforgettable Valley of the Kings and the Tomb of King Tut

The royal burial site of the Pharaohs is situated on the West Bank of Luxor. Its 63 magnificent royal tombs include the Tomb of Ramses VI, Ramses IV, Ay, and Tutankhamun. The teenage King Tutankhamun, also known as King Tut, used to rule the New Kingdom in the 14th century. Since its discovery, Tut’s tomb has been visited by thousands of travelers across the globe. 

Visiting King Tut’s Tomb is a ceremonial ‘must’ for those touring in Egypt. Various artifacts were salvaged from his tomb and it is the only tomb that was left untouched by robbers and therefore, if you are someone who loves traveling or someone who loves history, this incredible landmark should be on your list.

Tomb of King Tutankamun
Tomb of King Tutankamun

For the past decades, the world has been fascinated with what lies beneath the burial chamber walls of King Tut and with the recent discovering, you will be happy to hear that when detailed scans were done on the various chambers in the various parts of King Tut’s Tomb, two concealed doors were found hidden behind the wall. These are thought to be the tomb of Queen Nefertiti, the renowned beautiful queen who ruled Egypt in the 1300 century alongside Pharaoh Akhenaten.

Hatshepsut Temple (also known as El Deir Al Bahari Temple ) is located in the West Bank of Luxor in Upper Egypt, only 2 miles away from the tomb of King Tut
Queen Hatshepsut Temple

The Egyptian antiquities minister himself announced this wonderful and enticing news of the new discovery with a detailed scan showed a passageway, rooms and unidentified metal and organic materials in the room. This part of the monument unfolded by the scientists is an impressive and a powerful new mystery worth visiting.

When touring in the breathtaking city of Cairo, you will get a glimpse into how the royal King Tutankhamun ruled in the 14th century BC., how he came to be the king amidst the social and political turmoil, hear from well-documented Egyptologists about the history and travel with qualified and skilled private Egyptologist guides.

Taking part in an Egypt luxury tours will allow you to experience the beauty of this mystical tomb, explore one of the majestic wonders of the world, walk around the Valley of the dead, visit Giza, one of the only remaining Seven Wonders of the World, get the real Egyptian experience, see magnificent sunsets and sunrises over the Nile, enjoy the authentic experience of the Nubian culture, cruise through the Nile river and much more.

The next time you will be walking in the streets of Cairo, remember to stop for a moment and absorb the greatness around you. Now you know how the Kings and the Queens felt when living in Egypt. Welcome in this incredible country called Egypt. Happy Traveling!

Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs used to build Obelisks in the temples such as Karnak and Luxor temples? These huge structures were cut from one huge piece of incredibly heavy stone to guide the people to the place of the God. The Obelisks were brought from the granite quarries in Aswan (140 miles south of Luxor).
Egyptian Olbisks, Karnak temple