Egypt hopes discovery of ancient tombs will spark tourism revival

The tombs, located on the west bank of the river Nile in a cemetery for noblemen and top officials, are the latest discovery in the city famed for its temples and tombs spanning different dynasties of ancient Egyptian history.

“It’s truly an exceptional day,” said Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Anani.

“The 18th dynasty private tombs were already known. But it’s the first time to ...

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Suspension of Turkish Visas for American Travelers

A recent diplomatic spat between Turkey and the US has resulted in both countries suspending the issuance of visas for travelers to their respective countries. The tit-for-tat actions have been going on for months and have recently escalated when an employee of the American consulate in Istanbul, who is a Turkish citizen, was arrested. That caused the US missions in Turkey to announce they would be scaling back visa services to Turkish citizens due to security concerns. This was followed by ...

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“Experts” Waste Over Four Hours Playing Travel Agent

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A note from Caravan-Serai’s President

Our office gets calls regularly about the safety of traveling to the regions that we service.  This is not something new to Caravan-Serai staff.  I would say that probably every week someone in this office gets an email or a phone call asking whether it’s safe to go to Jordan, Iran, Turkey, Egypt etc.  Most of the people calling and asking these questions are people that have never been to the region or their families are scaring them from going ...

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Gente de Zona | Havana Cultura

In preparation for our upcoming tours to Cuba, check out this page and the full website for music, arts, culture of Cuba. Great music and videos to get you in the mood for an evening of salsa, reggaeton, jazz, or whatever your heart desires! 


Discover Gente De Zona’s interview, photos and articles on Havana-Cultura. Gente De Zona is a cuban hip hop music group primarily based on reggaeton.

Source: Gente de Zona | Havana Cultura