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Bi'r Hukir Vacation Packages
Bi'r Hukir Vacation Packages
From Bi'r Hukir, Cairo is 55 miles southeast, and Alexandria is 60 miles to the northwest.
You'll be engrossed by the stories tied to Deir el-Baramus. Want more? Deir Abu Maqar is also worth going to.
Just 9 miles west of Bi'r Hukir is where you'll find Wadi El Natrun. This destination is the perfect place for a day trip, as it boasts Deir Anba Bishoi and Deir el-Sourian.
You should experience Al Qalaj. It's approximately 60 miles to the east of Bi'r Hukir and it boasts some fantastic visitor attractions, including Egyptian Textile Museum, Cave Church and City of the Dead. Agricultural Museum and Virgin Mary's Tree are a couple more options available here.
An active way to enjoy this region's natural landscapes is to go mountain climbing or hiking.
If you're the kind of traveler who likes to slow down while away on vacation, why not go shore fishing and picnicking?
If you want to broaden your knowledge of the region, there are a variety of intriguing tours you can join in on, such as wildlife spotting tours and city walking tours.
Get a bird's-eye view of this region by heading skyward. An afternoon of parasailing is sure to leave a lasting impression.
If you're just as comfortable in the water as you are on land, this is a great place for you. Swimming is a popular option here, as is snorkeling.
Not all activities rely on good weather. If you get stuck with some rainy days, run for cover at the art museums, history museums and art galleries of Egypt.
It's hard to think of a better way to learn about the region than by taking in its open-air museums, open-air exhibits, lighthouses and gardens.
You will find that the region offers some age-old sites that will appeal to anyone interested in local history. Be certain to add some of its ruins, old towns, historic palaces and archeological sites to your schedule.
Every traveler should see the spiritual sites of Egypt. You'll be sure to enjoy the serene atmosphere at its churches, mosques, temples and monasteries.
The food here is a culinary experience unto itself, so make sure you get your fill!
To discover the true essence of the region, be sure to sample popular local ingredients like fava beans and rice.
A couple of popular dishes worth trying are lamb kofta and mezze.
If you've got a craving for a tantalizing treat, umm ali (raisin cake in milk) is a must-try.
Luxor is a well-loved beer. Head down to the nearest bar, sit back and see what you think.
If you don't want to drink alcohol, why not have some coffee?
To add another component to your meal, how about some wine? Rubis D’Egypte rosé is a superb drop that goes with almost any dish. If you'd prefer something else, try Chateau des Reves red.
If you intend on departing by plane, know that the closest airport is approximately 55 miles to the northwest.