If you’re thinking of going abroad in March, look no further than a holiday to Egypt. Here are ten of our reasons to whet your appetite.
Egypt enjoys year round sun and great temperatures. Despite being at the end of the winter season temperatures in March will average at 22 ° C making it an ideal destination for a holiday at this time of year.
As March does not fall within the dates for school holidays in 2018 you will not be holidaying in the peak season. This means the cost of the holiday is likely to be cheaper with some great deals available.
Visiting famous ancient Egyptian sites such as the Pyramids and Sphinx at Giza, the Valley of the Kings or Luxor is a must for all Egypt holidays. During peak season these sites are becoming extremely busy and overcrowded so a visit in March will be perfect as the temperatures will be great but not too stifling and it’ll be much less crowded.
Egypt is one of the premier diving destinations in the world. With sumptuous coral, sunken ship wrecks and breathing tropical fish you’ll have so much to explore in Sharm el Sheikh
There are numerous day trips which can be enjoyed while holidaying in Egypt such as a trip to the colored canyon, a visit to Mount Sinai and St.. Catherine’s Monastery or a discovery of Stone Age rock carvings and inscriptions.
Egypt has some of the best resorts anywhere in the world. Whether you choose the popular Sharm el Sheikh, luxurious Taba, Dahab or the Venice of the Red Sea – El Gouna, you will not be disappointed.
Egyptian cuisine is both unique and delicious with many traditional restaurants to be discovered. If you’re feeling really adventurous, do like the locals and taste the delights provided by the many street vendors in popular areas. This will really give you a taste of Egyptian cuisine.
Egypt is a hot bed for night time activities. If you’re looking for traditional Egyptian entertainment, a few cocktails in an elegant atmosphere or something a little more hedonistic, the nightlife in Egypt certainly will not disappoint.
The River Nile
Why not take a cruise down one of the most famous rivers in the world taking in the vast desert scenery and ancient structures along the way?
Visiting the vast and inhospitable desert in Egypt can be one of the most rewarding parts of a holiday to Egypt. If you ride on the back of a camel, visit a Bedouin camp or take a tour on a 4×4, it may well be the most memorable time in Egypt.