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Welcome to LM Egypt

Egypt, the home of the ancient Egyptian civilization, is famous for its temples, hieroglyphs, mummies constructed by man in thousands of years ago. In particular, its legendary Pyramids and the Sphinx have always held an irresistible allure for travellers all over the world. It’s not just the Pharaonic monuments that have drawn travellers to this country since long before the birth of Christ – it’s the legacy of the Greeks, Romans and early Christians, and the profusion of art and architecture accumulated from centuries of successive Islamic dynasties. Everywhere south of Cairo is uncomfortably hot in the summer months (June-August), especially Luxor and Aswan where daytime temperatures soar up to 40 degree . In Cairo the combination of heat, dust, pollution, noise and crush makes walking the city streets a real test of endurance. On the other hand, a scorching sun might be exactly what’s wanted for a week or two of slow roasting on the beaches of southern Sinai, the Alexandrian coast or the Red Sea – just be prepared to fight for hotel rooms. When visiting somewhere such as Luxor, winter is easily the most comfortable time. Cairo isn’t quite as pleasant, with often overcast skies and chilly evenings, while up on the Mediterranean coast Alexandria is subject to frequent downpours resulting in flooded, muddy streets. Even Sinai’s beaches are a little too chilly for sunbathing in January. March to May or September to November is the best time to enjoy the warm days without the crush of bodies on the beaches. Most of Egypt’s religious and state holidays should not seriously disrupt any travel plans. Buses, though, may be fully booked around the two eids (Islamic feasts) and on Sham an-Nessim . Throughout Ramadan , the Muslim month of fasting, many cafes and restaurants are closed during the day, while bars cease business completely for the duration. Offices also operate at reduced and very erratic hours.

OPEN WATER (OWD)| 215 $ per person.
Enjoy the underwaterlife trought the eye of a diver. Get your OPEN WATER LICENSE!
INTRODUCTION DIVING | 28 $ p.p / $ 15 p.p accompanying
Enjoy the wonderful feeling of diving during this INTRO dive and enjoy the wonderful life in the Red Sea!
DANDERA & ABYDOS | 75 $ per Adult
A trip for anyone who wants to see the typical Egypt!Visit the 2 most famous temples, colourful and colossal monuments.. the Original Egyptian life.. A trip for anyone who wants to see the typical Egypt!
13$ per person / for children 9$
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Ras muham 1 dive
Jerusalem- sacred city of three religions, that exists is already more than 3 thousand years. Its basic sights are concentrated in Old city, where will occur this prolonged excursion.
Jordan-Petra (ferry)
ancient city, cut out directly in the cliffs. Yearly about millions of tourists arrive to inspect sights. Main thing from them- palace Al Hazne (“treasure-house”). From it to the centre of Petra lies the way through Sik canyon, which is seemed infinite because of many structures, temples, caves, altars, there is even amphitheatre.
PRICE $ 150 per pers / children under 6 free / children under 12 years 50%
City Tour Hurghada
PRICE: $ 55 / person, children under 12 years 50%, children under 6 free
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