The land that gave birth to the first great civilization needs little introduction: The pyramids, the minarets, the Nile – the scope of Egypt is magnificent. But the evocative home of the pharaohs is even more diverse than you imagine. Indeed, visitors making the journey here will find as much ancient history as they will experience modern hospitality.

Highly Equipped and Trusted


Considered the largest private healthcare company in the MENA region and accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI), Saudi German Hospitals group offers a wide range of medical services including all kinds of specialties, sub-specialties and critical cares with the highest International standards.
The Air Force Specialized Hospital offers highly specialized medical service to international quality standards and comprises 400 beds and 41 special care and family to isolate the bed and 11 room and suites operations and includes 100 clinics.



Al Mokhtabar is the largest private medical laboratory testing company in the Middle East, providing diagnostic laboratory services, pathological and clinical tests for medical communities in Egypt. The company offers a portfolio of over 1,200 clinical analysis in the areas of immunology, hematology/coagulation, clinical chemistry, parasitology, microbiology/infectious diseases, toxicology, cytology, surgical pathology, flowcytometry, molecular biology and cytogenetics.

The Heart of Egypt


Egypt's captial, Cairo, needs no introduction, it is surely one of the most unique cities in the world. The city offers a timeless journey through the ages back to the Pharaonic times to present day with its rich history and culture. Set on the Nile river, the metropolis puts on display a trove of antiquities and artifacts, iconic squares, and breathtaking city views on every corner. Om el donya - Mother of the world as Egyptians call it, is bound to keep you coming back for more with its exceptional charm and beauty.

Naturally Rich and Diverse

Sharm El Sheikh

A favourite destination for lovers of the sea and sun, Sharm El Sheikh has charmed many visitors' hearts with its amazing underwater scenery. The crystal clear waters, rich aquatic life, countless exotic coral reefs, and not to mention its prime position on the coast, make it a scuba-diving paradise. It seamlessly combines world-class diving with the comfort a beach resort has to offer making it a must-do on every traveller's list.

Egypt's Open Air Museum

Luxor & Aswan

The world's greatest open-air museum, Luxor, boasts an array of breathtaking monuments from Ancient Thebes. Not to mention its unparalleled  setting with the majestic Nile bridging both the city in its modernity with the west bank on a rich backdrop, to say the least. Among the wealth, one would encounter in Luxor are the temples of the Karnak and the west bank as well as the valley of the kings. One can not also forget to visit Aswan, another historic city set on the Nile that is of a more laidback yet equally fascinating nature. Lined with exotic souqs and sleepy Nubian villages, it serves up some unforgettable scenery as you journey to see remnants of the ancient Abu and the unfinished Obelisk. One thing's for sure, a trip to Luxor and Aswan will surely offer a glimpse of their unmatched archaeological heritage and splendor.


2015 in Cairo

World Hepatitis Day

WHO celebrated world Hepatitis Day 2015 in Cairo in recognition of Egypt's pioneering role in combating viral hepatitis.

Egypt is supporting a comprehensive approach for tackling hepatitis through their "Plan of action for the prevention, care and treatment of viral hepatitis 2014 - 2018".

During the last 12 months

830,000 Patients Cured

More than 830,000 patients were cured during the last 12 months this was made possible by implementing advanced global disease management protocols at highly affordable costs through locally manufactured medications.

By the end of 2016

More than 1 Million Patients Treated

Egypt success in fighting Hepatitis C is energized by ambitious presidential aiming at treating 1 million patients by the end of 2016 and succeeded to cure around 1,050,000 since the beginning of the program.

For this purpose, Egypt established 50 Hepatitis C management centers across the country aiming to increase them to 100 centers by the end of 2016 including 18 university hospital. 

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