Why Egypt is Still a Popular Family Destination?

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You must have been living under a rock if you haven’t heard of the current political crisis in Egypt. For Egypt's population, and for tourists, the transition from a dictatorship into democracy was not easy. Egypt holidays used to be a top choice for holidaymakers, with a visit to the pyramids being the number one priority.

It could be a great time to visit Egypt, as prices are low and tour companies are on high alert. Because of the uncertain situation, security has been tightened and local guides have worked hard to protect their guests. The locals rely heavily upon tourism so it is in their best interest to take care of you as much as they can.

An Egypt family tours remains safe, especially if you travel further south from Cairo. It is possible to see the pyramids within a single day, and then fly directly from Cairo after viewing. Luxor, the Valley of the Kings, is one of the most beautiful places in Egypt.

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You can take your family to Luxor on a hot-air balloon ride above the ancient ruins. Also, you can ride in a horse-drawn carriage up into the Valley to see the majestic Karnak Temple. You can ride a felucca to sail the river as you travel west from Luxor. 

Political events don't have to affect your family holiday in Egypt. The Egyptian people depend on your tourism for survival. Mohammed Mursi, the new president, is currently in the long-term process of introducing democracy to rebuild the economy. This will be a major part of the process and tourism is behind the plan to revive Egypt's holiday train. You and your family can be part of Egypt's future with optimism.

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