• Religious Tours in Egypt Made Of Marvelous Architecture, Churches and Monasteries

    Egypt gets visitors for many reasons. The tourists come here to visit those ancient sites, go to beaches and enjoy nature tours. After all, there is so much to do and see here. The holidays are so effortless and do not require much planning. When planning an Egypt vacation, you will learn about the religious monuments and would perhaps like to go for a purely religious tour. When you explore Egypt travel quotes for the Religious tours, you are sure to come across many forms. These tours usually involve visits to Christian, Jewish or Islamic sites. The tourists visit sites that relate to their specific ideology, but can visit other sites too. For example, Mount Sinai and St. Catherine’s Monastery are looked upon as one site and can be visited by Christians, Jews and Muslims.

    • The ancient Egyptian Religion

    It is because of the ancient Egyptian Religion that the tourists find some good reason to visit Egypt. The great Pyramids or the fabulous temples would not have been there if it were not for the religion in Egypt. The tombs on the West Bank of Thebes, the mummies and those intricate decorations that adorn these structures have been luring travels for centuries to this great land. It is easy to see the religious forces that shaped the political structure and the cultural achievements
    of ancient Egypt.

    • Egypt Christian Tour package

    You can enjoy religious holidays in Egypt by making a visit to the Monastery of St. Simon and St. Menas. Go ahead and see the Hanging Church by visiting the old Coptic Cairo and the Church of St. Barbara, as well as the 4th century Church of Abu Serga. Then, there are Coptic Monasteries to explore in the desert at Wadi Natroun and one of the most notable is the Baramus Monastery that is still inhabited by monks. Go towards the Eastern Desert and the foot of the Red Sea mountains to make a trip to the Coptic Monastery of St. Anton. Situated on the banks of the Nile at Maadi is the Church of the Holy Virgin. Look for the cheapest family tour Egypt to visit those fabulous religious sites.

    • Biblical Sinai trek

    Cross the order at Taba and drive to St. Catherine’s Village following the Sinai-Trek. Climb the narrow gorge of Wadi Sagr to set towards the Bedouin Garden nearby and the Bedouin Holy Site. From there, you can move on to the famous Mt. Moses and will come across several ancient hermitages on the way. Make a visit to the St. Catherine Monastery after descending the “Stairs of Repentance” and visit the traditional site of “The Burning Bush.“.

    • Red Sea & Wadi Natroun spritual tour

    Start your religious holidays in Egypt by exploring the marvelous Coptic architecture, St. Menas at Maryut and the Monastery of St. Simon. See the Hanging Church at the old Coptic Cairo as well the Church of St. Barbara.

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