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Egypt is a destination that is at the top of many adventurer’s bucket lists. However, it’s also a destination that many people are wary of visiting, given the political turmoil and terrorist attacks it has, unfortunately, experienced over the years.

Every destination I travel to, though, comes with the same barrage of questions… “Is it safe there?! I saw this and that on the news…” “Should Americans even travel there?!” “Why would you want to go there?” etc. etc. I operate under the motto, though, of “bad things could happen no matter where you are in the world.” I refuse to live in a fear of “what if” scenarios…especially when it comes to traveling.

Egypt was a country where I had many moments of culture shock and feelings of annoyance (due to the relentless hawkers), but I would never say I felt unsafe while I was here. I also would say this is due in large part to organizing everything with a tour company ahead of time. I am a seasoned traveler, however, I would not have felt comfortable tackling Egypt on my own. This is one country where I would say it is absolutely worth it to invest in a group tour company (such as Intrepid Travel, G Adventures, or Contiki) or book your trip privately (Memphis Tours is who we used). This will make a trip to Egypt incredibly easy and safe.

I hope my posts on Egypt will inspire you to travel here (if you missed them, click here). Or maybe 35 of my favorite photos of Egypt will help convince you to give this fascinating country a chance? Check them out below, and I’d love to hear which photo is your favorite in the comments section.

35 Photos to Inspire You to Travel to Egypt

The Pyramids of Giza

25 Photos to Inspire You to Travel to Egypt

35 Photos to Inspire You to Travel to Egypt

35 Photos to Inspire You to Travel to Egypt

35 Photos to Inspire You to Travel to Egypt

Khan El Khalili Bazaar

Khan El Khalili Bazaar

Khan El Khalili Bazaar

Khan El Khalili Bazaar

Khan El Khalili Bazaar

The Egyptian Museum in Cairo

12 Things To Know Before Touring The Egyptian Museum in Cairo

Abu Simbel

35 Photos to Inspire You to Travel to Egypt

Nefertari's temple

Nefertari’s temple

35 Photos to Inspire You to Travel to Egypt

Inside the temple

Aswan & the Nubian Village

35 Photos to Inspire You to Travel to Egypt

Is the Nubian Village in Aswan a Tourist Trap?

Is the Nubian Village in Aswan a Tourist Trap?

spices

35 Photos to Inspire You to Travel to Egypt


Edfu and Kom Ombo

The Temple of Kom Ombo

Temple of Kom Ombo

What I Wore for Visiting Edfu & Kom Ombo

Luxor + Valley of the Kings

11 Things to Know Before Going to the Valley of the Kings in Egypt

King Ramses V tomb

King Ramses V tomb

How to Dress Comfortably Yet Stylishly for the Heat in the Valley of the Kings (Luxor, Egypt)

How to Spend 2 Days in Luxor, Egypt

Temple of Hatshepsut

Temple of Hatshepsut

The Colossi of Memnon

Luxor Temple

Luxor Temple

The Avenue of Sphinxes

The Avenue of Sphinxes

Great Hypostyle Hall

Great Hypostyle Hall at Karnak Temple

Visiting Karnak Temple & Luxor Temple – Must-See Places in Luxor, Egypt

Karnak Temple

Tips for Visiting Karnak Temple & Luxor Temple in Luxor, Egypt

35 Photos to Inspire You to Travel to Egypt

Marriott Mena House

35 Photos to Inspire You to Travel to Egypt

“The Mummy” Photo Fun!

Bonus: camel photo…I took about a thousand photos of camels, haha.

25 Photos to Inspire You to Travel to Egypt

Which photo was your favorite? I’d love to know in the comments section below.

*Click here to see all of my posts from Egypt.

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8 thoughts on “35 Photos to Inspire You to Travel to Egypt

  1. Jodie

    I love how you brought it all together this way, Lindsey!! I think I’d love to visit at some time. Except for the plane ride…ugh!
    XOOX
    Jodie

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  2. Courtney Byers

    You’ve convinced me! These are all so gorgeous. I love the ones of the pyramids and of course the kitty.

    Reply

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