Cairo is located in Egypt that is famous for being home to the ancient civilization. Egypt is home to famous monuments in the world such as Giza pyramids, Great Sphinx, and Luxor Temples, among others. Despite most tourists focusing on the great monuments located along the Nile, the range of possibilities for tourists is amazing. Imagine Snorkeling and Diving along the Coast of the Red Sea. Other possible activities include camel trips into Mt. Sinai, and remote oasis. Camel trips also offer the possibility to visit the Coptic Eastern Desert monasteries. In Cairo, you will also get an opportunity to visit IbnTulun Mosque built in 876-879 AD. The Mosque lies in the courtyard that is protected by walls from all sides. The minaret features helical exterior staircase that is similar to the famous Samarra minaret constructed centuries later. “James Bond films” as well as “The Spy, Who Loved Me” owe some of their scenarios to the Mosque. Cairo is home to more than 120,000 ancient Egyptian antiquities, thanks to the Egyptian Museum. The museum has two floors whereby the ground floor hosts papyrus and coin collections from ancient Egypt while the first-floor hosts artifacts from Ancient Egypt’s two final dynasties as well as artifacts obtained from the Valley of Kings. The Museum’s highlights include Tutankhamen Tomb as well as the Royal Mummy Room that has 27 royal mummies from the times of Pharaohs. The Giza Pyramids lie in the vicinity of southwestern Cairo suburbs. The Giza Pyramids is a place that no one can afford to miss while in Cairo. It is amongst the greatest world attractions and has been ranked amongst the wonders of the world. The Pyramids were constructed across three generations, and the Great Pyramid attained an astonishing 455 ft. height. Other than the Pyramids of Giza, there are Medieval Cairo Bazaars that are extremely attractive. Conventionally, the best time to visit the place is between October and May when it is also possible to visit Luxor Temples. A visit to Cairo also offers an opportunity to visit Karnak. Although it has been ruined by aging, Karnak is the biggest religious site to have been constructed in human history and is representative of a combined effort from multiple Egyptian generations. Karnak Temple hosted three big temples; tinier enclosed temples, as well as multiple other exterior temples found 2.5 km to the north of Luxor. Its most famous structure is Hypostyle Hall. Cairo is also the gateway to the Red Sea that offers superb diving locations. Its waters offer spectacular views, in addition to featuring sophisticated seascapes. The Red Sea features extensive reef coral formations and is home to many creatures of the sea. Beach resorts are located at either side of the sea. Visitors to Cairo also get an opportunity to cruise the popular Nile. Nile is the lifeline of Egypt and is the longest River in the world. Cruise ships move through Luxor-Aswan route that offers lots of scenic features.