Home to monuments - pyramids and temples in Karnak, Luxor, and Aswan - that have defied explanation and once kingdom of great pharaohs, Egypt can pride itself on a colorful and rich ancient history. Pay a visit to the library of Alexandria, the Valley of the Kings, the subjugated Nile, Sharm, El Sheikh, and Cairo, the capital of Egypt and second largest city in Africa.
An illustrated Travel Guide to Egypt has been compiled to provide vacation ideas and information on its people, climate, culture, cities, regions, geography, accommodation, foods, drinks, etc. It is essential to be aware of the potentials and dangers you may encounter on your holiday and useful to acquire more knowledge with this 87-page eBook for $5.00 USD.
The best time to visit Egypt is from October to April, especially, if you want to see Egypt's ancient monuments, such as Abu Simbel, the Temples of Luxor, and the Pyramids of Giza.
If you don't mind hot weather, then visit Egypt in June or September. It is extremely hot in July and August, therefore, reserve a room with AC and a pool nearby. Always pay attention to the current travel warnings!
Public health issues
Major infectious diseases in Egypt include hepatitis A and hepatitis B, polio, typhoid, and rabies.
You can become infected with hepatitis A and typhoid through contaminated (uncooked) food or water. Polio can be transmitted if you get in touch with someone with polio. You can get hepatitis B through contaminated needles, sexual contact, and blood products (getting a piercing or tattoo, sex with