Women Only Tours in Egypt


Egypt is home to one of the world's most awe-inspiring remnants of ancient civilization. Dating back to 5,000 B.C., it boasts of a comprehensive collection of artifacts and monuments on the planet.
A Getaway Goddess trip to Egypt is incomplete without a visit to the Pyramids of Giza, the enigmatic Sphinx, monuments of Luxor and granite statues in Aswan. And of course a cruise down the ancient Nile river.
If you are a lover of history and culture, then a visit to see the Gods and Goddesses of Egypt is an absolute must!

  • Best Time to Travel

    September, March and April

  • Curent Weather

    Foggy - 30 Degree C

  • Area Code


  • Population

    91.51 million

Things To Do

  • Shopping
  • Nightlife
  • Festivals
  • Places

Shopping in Egypt

Luxor: Buy Egyptian crafts at Caravanserai, which stocks beautiful pottery from the Western Oases, Siwan embroideries, handwoven scarves, applique bags and other unique picks you won't find elsewhere in Egypt. Visit the weekly market of Souq at-Talaat, or drop in at Habiba, for Bedouin embroidery, jewellery, leather work and more. There are also several duty free shops, as well as Fair Trade Centres that seel arts and craft items.
Cairo: Visit Oum El Dounia for well-made glassware, ceramics, jewellery and cotton clothes. For Bedouin jewellery, applique tablecloths, cushion covers, dresses made in the oases, baskets, silk slippers and chunky silver jewellery, visit Nomad. If you want something more upmarket, there are malls such as Citystars Centre and Talaat Harb Complex. And then there are the traditional souqs, Souq al-Fustat and Souq al-Gomaa for a more traditional setting.
Aswan: Hanafi Bazaar is the oldest and best bazaar in Aswan. They stock Nubian swords, baskets, amulets, silk kaftans and beads from all over Africa.


Cairo: From Italian and French, to Indian, and Egyptian, Cairo has a lot of options for dining out. Deals Pub which gets busy after 9 is famous for their Sangria. Want to dance the night away? Head to the Cairo Jazz Club, Le Pacha, Buddha Bar, La Bodega or Nile Dragon.
Aswan: Dive bars, swanky lounges and all-hours nightclubs abound in Aswan. Visit El Pasha Coffee House on the water's edge, the contemporary, Panorama Bar or Roof Top Terrace in Basma Hotel.
Luxor: Visit Kings Head Pub for a British vibe. Marsam Hotel, New Oum Koulsoum Coffee Shop, Cafe & Restaurant Maratonga and Ramesseum Rest House offer a laid back atmosphere, while Cilantro, on the Nile, offers an easy-on-the-eyes option for snacks and a chat.


Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr: A month-long period of fasting, Ramadan is followed whole-heartedly by Muslims, the world over. Eid al-Fitr follows Ramadan, with all-night celebrations, new clothes and exchanges of gifts and festivities the following days.
Leylet en Nuktah (June 17): Dedicated to the bounty of the Nile, Egyptians go on picnic and camp along the banks of the river. Balls of dough representing family members, are placed in the house at night and the cracks are interpreted the next day to make predictions about what their future will hold.
Coptic Christmas (January 7): Celebrated by people of all faiths in Egypt, homes and workplaces are decorated with lights manger scenes. After midnight mass on Christmas Eve, people celebrate and eat a traditional dish of rice, garlic and meat soup called fata.
Sham al-Naseem (March 21 ): Also known as "sniffing the breeze", Egyptians celebrate this ancient holiday welcoming spring, by picnicing, while the streets fill up with revelers, open bazaars and entertainment.
Moulid an-Nabi: This is a major Islamic festival marking the birth of Prophet Mohammed. Parades and processions are held throughout Egypt, the streets fill up with dancers, acrobats, drummers and musicians and families greet each other and exchange gifts.


Giza: Visit the last of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Pyramids of Giza, guarded at the entrance by the Sphinx, were tombs for the mighty Pharaohs.
Luxor: Marvel at the ""biggest open air museum in the world"" in the Nile-side town of Luxor. Visit the Valley of the Kings, Karnak Temple, and the Memorial Temple of Hatshepsut and lots more.
Cairo: Walk the narrow lanes of the capital's Islamic Cairo district, with souks full of bargains, gorgeous mosques, and medieval architecture.
Aswan: In Aswan, hop on a ferry to Elephantine Island and walk the colorful streets of the Nubian villages.
Abu Simbel: In Abu Simbel, visit Ramses II's great temple.
Siwa Oasis: Visit the picturesque Siwa Oasis with its mud-brick citadel surrounded by date palm plantations and fresh water springs.
Alexandria: Visit one of the most European of Egypt's cities, with its cosmopolitan people and culture.

Things to Carry

Carry weather-appropriate clothes, and night wear.
Your prescription medication, sunscreen, cosmetics, sunglasses and hats.
Footwear for walking and for gala nights.
Camera, phone and accessories.
Money or a plastic equivalent

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