Street Food, Pyramids, Mummies + More...
Chaotic Cairo blends ancient and modern treasures through a maze of camels, dirt roads, and highways. Discover a cacophony of flavors in the largest Arab city in the world.
19.5 million people cram the streets of Cairo 24/7. Small street carts and cubicles are bustling amidst this ancient city on the Nile. Line up for incredible street food or if you’re in the market for tires, or day to day necessities you will find a Cairoian selling their wares. The Great Pyramids of Giza are the backdrop for this buzzing metropolis that is known as the Motherland of the World.
Breakfast Street Café
No sooner than we landed in Cairo, Hamdy whisked us off to his favorite breakfast café. We loved everything! Watch this short video featuring Mary, Hamdy along with food and wine expert Brian Freedman.
Cairo Street Dining
Whoosh. Tanjine’s flood our table for the most incredible Egyptian meal served in an intense electric atmosphere. Food and wine expert Brian Freedman is live on the streets of Cairo with Hamdy and Mary.
The Great Sphinx & Pyramids
The Great Pyramids of Giza are one of the greatest wonders of the world. The three pyramids were built 4500 years ago as a tomb for Khufu, Khufu’s son, Khafre, and grandson, Menkure. The Great Sphinx faces the rising sun and it is the largest sculpture from the ancient world.
Arpeggio BYOB Egyptian Journey
Check out Mary, Hamdy and the Camel Crew's journey throughout Egypt.
Meandering the Nile we arrive at Philae Temple, said to be one of the burying places of Osiris. We continue to glide along the calm waters to visit the Nubian Village, one of Africa's oldest civilizations.Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit voluptatem...
Early morning trek through the Sahara Dessert until we reach Lake Nasser. The temples of Abu Simbel are massively magnificent. Standing beneath the enormous statues you cannot help but have reverence for Ramesses II and Queen Nefertari.Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis...
Hamdy learned to cook with his mom and grandmother. Family is the heart of Egyptian culture. Families build their homes and lives together. 99.6 percent of the 92 million people in Egypt are native Egyptians. The traditional Egyptian family unit includes grandparents,...