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If You Really Want to Get to Know a Destination

Traveling with a guide The importance of traveling with a guide
The travel industry as a whole is always marketing "cultural" experiences but what does that really mean? Typically, and sadly enough, that usually means just visiting a cultural spot with no opportunity to connect in a meaningful way and with just a short glimpse into the lives of a handful of people.  If you really want t...
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Gathering Around The Table - Food & Culture in Egypt

Egypt-food-culture Gathering around the table in Egypt
One thing almost every destination in the world shares is an association of food and place. A sudden whiff of epazote or cumin instantly transports me to Mexico and all the memories that go with it. The food of a given country often tells something of the country's history, from ancient trade routes to colonization give and take.  The foo...
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Egypt Guest Review: A Journey Through Time and Civilizations

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Two of our intrepid Wildland travelers recently returned from our " Great Sites of Egypt by Dahabeya ," an in-depth exploration of this mythical country and the most iconic sites. As the seasoned travelers they are, they came back to the US with far more than photos of pyramids and tombs. They fully absorbed what this trip – ult...
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2019 - The Year of the Adventure Voyage

adventure voyages It's time to experience the world differently
You've been on safari, you've climbed mountains and made your way through the jungle; now experience the wild like only an adventure voyage can. On a small-ship, the journey is just as much of the adventure as the places you drop anchor. Imagine being in the best place for sunset and sunrise every day; no traffic, no crowds, just pure nature everyw...
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The Best Way to See Egypt - By Dahabeya

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Dahabeyas have been navigating the Nile for centuries, carrying passengers to  Egypt's ancient temples and settlements dotted along the Nile River. Dahabeyas (barge-shaped passenger boats with sails) were the standard for travel up and down the river until the 1870's when the steam boat was introduced. By the 1900's, trains had started to comp...
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