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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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10 New Trips to Spark the Awe Inside You

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1. Trekking the Julian Alps: Hut to Hut   Hike hut-to-hut through the rugged peaks and wildflower-studded alpine meadows of Triglav National Park in a remote corner of Slovenia's spectacular Julian Alps. Jutting 9,000' into the sky and plunging to the warm Adriatic coast, footpaths wend their way through jaw-dropping scenery among turquoise bl...
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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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Dinner with Dina - An Egyptian Meal Fit for the Pharaohs

Egyptian cuisine at it's finest.
We're all searching for authentic cultural experiences when we travel but there's one particular type of experience that stands out amongst the rest and when you find it you've found the holy grail of travel. Food!  And I'm not talking about a good restaurant, I'm talking a real home-cooked meal made from scratch, with recipes passed down...
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