south Sinai

Located In : East Egypt

is the least populated governorate of Egypt. It is located in the east of the country, encompassing the southern half of the Sinai PeninsulaSaint Catherine’s Monastery, an Eastern Orthodox Church monastery and UNESCO World Heritage site of world renown, is located in central part of the governorate.

Sharm El Shiekh

Located In : North Egypt

is a city situated on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula, in South Sinai GovernorateEgypt, on the coastal strip along the Red Sea. Its population is approximately 73,000 as of 2015. Sharm El Sheikh is the administrative hub of Egypt’s South Sinai Governorate, which includes the smaller coastal towns of Dahab and Nuweiba as well as the mountainous interior, St. Catherine and Mount Sinai. Today the city is a holiday resort and significant centre for tourism in Egypt.

Dahab

Located In : Southeast Sinai

is a small town on the southeast coast of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt, approximately 80 km (50 mi) northeast of Sharm el-Sheikh. Formerly a Bedouin fishing village, Dahab is now considered to be one of Sinai’s most treasured diving destinations. Following the Six Day War, Sinai was occupied by Israel and Dahab became known as Di-Zahav (Hebrewדי זהב‎‎), after a place mentioned in the Bible as one of the stations for the Israelites during the Exodus from Egypt.

Nuwebai

Located In : East Sinai

is a coastal town in the eastern part of Sinai PeninsulaEgypt. Located on the coast of the Gulf of Aqaba.

Luxor

Located In : Upper Egypt

is a city in Upper (southern) Egypt and the capital of Luxor Governorate. The population numbers 487,896 (2010 estimate),[2] with an area of approximately 417 square kilometres (161 sq mi).[1]

As the site of the Ancient Egyptian city of Thebes,[4] Luxor has frequently been characterized as the “world’s greatest open-air museum”, as the ruins of the temple complexes at Karnak and Luxor stand within the modern city. Immediately opposite, across the River Nile, lie the monuments, temples and tombs of the West Bank Necropolis, which includes the Valley of the Kings and Valley of the Queens.

Aswan

Located In : South Egypt

is a city in the south of Egypt, the capital of the Aswan Governorate.

Aswan is a busy market and tourist centre located just north of the Aswan Dams on the east bank of the Nile at the first cataract. The modern city has expanded and includes the formerly separate community on the island of Elephantine.

Alexanderia

is the second largest city and a major economic centre in Egypt, extending about 32 km (20 mi) along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea in the north central part of the country. Its low elevation on the Nile deltamakes it highly vulnerable to rising sea levels. Alexandria is an important industrial center because of its natural gas and oil pipelines from Suez. Alexandria is also an important tourist destination.

Hurghada

Located In : Red Sea

is a city in the Red Sea Governorate of Egypt. It is one of the country’s main tourist centers and the second largest Egyptian city (after Suez) located on the Red Sea coast.

Marsa Alam

Located In : Red Sea

is a town in south-eastern Egypt, located on the western shore of the Red Sea. It is currently seeing fast increasing popularity as a tourist destination and development following the opening of Marsa Alam International Airport in 2003.

Siwa

Located In : Western Desert

is an oasis in Egypt, between the Qattara Depression and the Egyptian Sand Sea in the Western Desert, nearly 50 km (30 mi) east of the Libyan border, and 560 km (348 mi) from Cairo.[1][2][3] About 80 km (50 mi) in length and 20 km (12 mi) wide,[1] Siwa Oasis is one of Egypt’s most isolated settlements, with 23,000 people, mostly Berbers[1] who developed a unique culture and a distinct language of the Berber family called Siwi.[4]