Located in the middle east Egypt borders Libya in the west, Sudan in the south, the Mediterranean Sea in the north, and the Red Sea and Israel in the east. Egypt is full of many different kinds of wild life, although most of the animals that the ancient Egyptians worshiped are gone wildlife is still in abundance. Expect to see some of the 430 different types of birds that pass through Egypt every year. As well as camels and donkeys in abundance. They are some of the most valuable types of animals and a large source of transportation. One of the biggest and most popular tourist spots in the world. Egypt has something for everyone to enjoy. From an exciting nightlife to some of the oldest tourist attractions in the world. You can find it here in Egypt.

Egypt's climate is hot and dry most of the year. During the winter months of December, January and February - average daily temperatures stay up around 68 degrees Fahrenheit. Egypt's history and culture is one of the most famous and well known in the world. Much of which is tied to the Nile river that runs through the country. The river has been the source of economic, social, political and religious life since the area was first settled. Stories of dynasties and pharohs fill the history of Egypt. With pyramids, temples and many other public works or art it will be hard for you not to notice this countries rich past. As for the culture of Egypt, both the life and lifestyle have changed little in hundreds of years. Although Egypt is famous for belly dancing, wiggling the body around is generally regarded as vulgar and a sign of promiscuity. Many of the dancers at belly-dancing shows at the resorts and tourist hotels are in fact European or American, because it's considered improper for Arab women to behave so provocatively.