Trusted Information, Insight, Tips, Recommendations, Reviews, & Advice on Travel to Egypt
Egypt is the type of destination that tourists, especially independent travelers, seriously need to research thoroughly before visiting. There are many, many wonderful things about this country to see and experience, but there are also far too many things that can frustrate and confuse the unprepared traveler. A visit to the land of the Pharaohs is a must at least once in your lifetime – a “bucket list” experience. But doing your homework is key to making the most of the trip.
Egypt Travel Blog was launched to offer truly helpful information, insight, tips, recommendations, reviews, and advice to tourists on traveling to and around Egypt from an independent but highly experienced perspective. The creator and editor of Egypt Travel Blog has lived, studied, worked, and traveled extensively all over Egypt for 20 years. However, as a native Westerner, he knows all too well what to look for – and look out for – when visiting the country as a foreign tourist.
Egypt Travel Blog is more honest and practical than official or commercial sources of information. It is much more in-depth and dynamic than books and travel guides. And it aims to be much more entertaining and interactive than any other source of information out there on travel to and within Egypt.
So enjoy the site, and enjoy your upcoming trip to Egypt!
Egypt Travel Blog’s creator and editor — John Navarre
John is a prolific global jet-setter, author, travel writer and blogger, regional tourism expert, and experienced tour leader throughout the Middle East. He has personally led countless groups to Egypt alongside hand-picked local partners, colleagues, and staff. John speaks English, Spanish, and Arabic and splits his time between North America, Europe, and the Middle East. John is also the creator and host of The Egypt Travel Blog Podcast and The Egypt History & Culture Podcast and is a passionate promoter and supporter of tourism to Egypt and the incredible Egyptian people.