Egypt and Israel are dotted with religious and historical landmarks, locations, and features. Traveling to these countries brings one face to face with some of the places described in religious books such as the Bible and the Quran.
PYRAMIDS OF GIZA
The Pyramids of Giza are the last of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The pyramids were built as tombs for Egyptian royalty and are guarded by the Sphinx.
LUXOR'S KARNAK TEMPLE & THE VALLEY OF KINGS
Luxor is a town in Egypt with quite a number of attractions. From the Valley of Kings to Karnak Temple and the Memorial Temple of Hatshepsut.
Every piece in the Egyptian Museum would easily be the center piece at any other museum. The museum is full of artifacts from the time the Pharaohs ruled Egypt.
Jerusalem is considered a holy city by three major religions namely Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. Highlights of the city include the Western Wall, Via Dolorosa, Holy Sepulcher, and the Tower of David.
The dead sea
The Dead Sea is so called due to its high levels of salinity making it inhabitable to most life forms. However, the salinity of the Dead Sea has made the water from this sea to have medical benefits to the skin. Resorts along the coast almost always have a spa with water from the sea.
SEA OF GALILEE
The Sea of Galilee is the lowest freshwater lake in the world. It is religiously significant in that it is believed that Jesus gave the Sermon on the Mount on a hill overlooking the sea.
Haifa City’s biggest attraction is the Baha’i World Center with its beautiful gardens and shrine of the Bab. The city also has other attractions.