EgyptFrame focuses a lens on everything stunning in Egypt and frames them in beautiful images and videos for tourists and individuals who are curious about the country. Through the brand’s website and Instagram, it helps Egypt’s tourism section by sharing useful information, images, and video about lovely Egypt.
Travelers and knowledge seekers have so much to see and experience in Egypt, and EgyptFrame expertly features all the places and activities that combine culture, adventure and relaxation — wonderfully capturing historic landmarks, sprawling majestic desert and breathtaking bodies of water.
Foreigners can visit the website to check on the tourist spots and best places in Egypt. There are features of The Pyramids of Giza, The Nile, The Thistlegorm dive site and many, many more.
The Pyramids of Giza are one of the most recognizable wonders of the ancient world. It has mesmerized archeologists, historians and tourists through the years. The Nile is best known as the longest river in the world. One of the best ways to enjoy it is Nile cruising. The Thistlegorm dive site is situated below the Red Sea, and it is popular among divers because of its spectacle of a cargo of cars, motorbikes and WWII memorabilia. Thistlegorm is an English WWII cargo ship that was bombed by the Germans in 1941.
Food in Egypt is also a large part of Egyptian culture, and EgyptFrame showcases the favorites and the regional specialties with unique flavors. Some of the top dishes are Ta’meya and ful mudammas, Kushari and Hamam Mahshi.
Ta’meya and ful mudammas are fava beans and falafel. They are what tourists will call Egyptian fast foods and are staples of the Egyptian diet. Kushari is one of Egypt’s favorite street foods. It is made up of rice, macaroni and lentils and topped with tomato sauce, garlic vinegar. Finally, it is garnished with chickpeas and fried onions. Hamam Mahshi is a stuffed pigeon. It contains onions, spices and freekeh, which is green-cracked wheat with a nutty flavor.
EgyptFrame supplies information and images of places where tourists can stay in Egypt like hotels, including unclassified hotels and pensions that are tailored to foreign backpackers. There are also affordable hostels, but they have daytime lock-outs and night-time curfews. Some tourists might also be interested in camping sites, which mostly refer to occasional campsites attached to hotels, with ready-pitched tents with camp beds.
EgyptFrame helps the tourism section for Egypt by sharing information, images and videos about Egypt and all the exciting activities tourists can enjoy.