From the timeless tranquility of the desert to the lively bustle of the souk, Dubai offers a kaleidoscope of attractions for visitors. The emirate embraces a wide variety of scenery in a very small area. In a single day, you can experience everything from rugged mountains and awe-inspiring sand dunes to sandy beaches and lush green parks,... Read More ›
Today's Egypt has evolved into a fascinating destination combining the magnificence of its heritage with an eager spirit for positive change. We've seen that Egypt has always been quite the pioneer in innovation — for example, the creation of ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic and the world's most impressive monuments. Its intriguing society reveals an intriguing past ... Read More ›
Full of historic adventure and desert mystery, Jordan not only manages to remain one of the most stable, modern and safe places in the Middle East, but also one of the most welcoming, hospitable countries in the world. The locals love showing people around, for they're proud of their country. And proud they should be, for Jordan specializes in showing why the Middle East is like no place else on the planet. Read More ›
It's easy to get lost in Istanbul. Whether your meandering down a twisting, cobblestone alleyway or walking through the Istanbul Grand Bazaar, getting lost will be a part of your journey, and it may very well be your favorite part. For each turn brings you another breathtaking view of a Istanbul, Turkeyminaret backlit by the Sea of Marmara or past another friendly...Read More ›
If the Nile River could talk, what would it say? After watching man first stumble along its banks 60,000 years ago and civilizations rise and fall for 5,000 years, would the dark, flowing waters grow hoarse narrating its many tales? It's easier to guess what you will say when you sail down this illustrious river: "Wow!" will be heard quite often, along with, "That is simply incredible."... Read More ›
The Middle East icons range from ancient structures and holy cities to natural landmarks and modern feats of engineering, let's look at the top attractions of this region.
MASADA, ISRAEL: Since its rediscovery in the early 19th century, this UNESCO - listed site — a lofty monolith towering 1,476ft above the Dead Sea