The life of a king

Tutenkhamun & his queen lived a luxurious lifestyle in a palace in Memphis. 

Inside Tutenkhamun's tomb

The content of Tutenkhamun's tomb held many amazing treasures.

Howard Carter and his journey to discovery

Every archaeologist who has ever searched in the sands of the Valley of the Kings in Egypt, has dreamt of finding the tomb of a king.

The King Tut exhibit in Los Angeles

Inside Egypt owner and CEO Mostafa Lotfy was in Los Angeles last week along with Egypt’s chief archeologist and Egyptologist Dr. Zahi Hawass, and Gregory Poplawski of Archeological Paths to attend the opening of the King Tut exhibit at the California Science Center and promote the Egypt in Depth tour, a program orchestrated by both Inside Egypt and Archeological Paths.

The Young Pharaoh

Tutankhamun was only eight or nine years old when he became king of Egypt. 

Eat like a pharaoh with the famous molokhia soup!

Are you visiting Egypt and looking for something delicious to eat?

Fancy a Henna tattoo? Why not try one in Egypt!

If you like the idea of a temporary henna tattoo why not get an authentic on from a local artist at a Nubian village in Aswan. The tattoos are made on your hands, arms or ankle. Artists use different patterns that were used from Pharaohs, through Arabic to modern day Nubian styles.

Grilled Kofta, A succulent skewer of delicious meat The most famous Pharaoh in the modern world

Tutenkhamun is the most famous and instantly recognisable Pharaoh in the modern world. His golden sarcophagus is a symbol which is almost synonymous with Egypt.

Anyone for Egyptian coffee?

A kanaka pot is used to brew coffee in Egypt. Want to know what Egyptians do to give their coffee a unique flavor?

Agriculture in ancient Egypt

Most of the Egyptian land was a hot dry desert in Ancient times...

Foul medames - an Egyptian food you will find on every street corner

On a visit to Egypt, you must try the street food at least once. 

Safety Updates on Visiting Egypt During the Hamas-Israel War

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