Amelia Kennedy

Amelia Kennedy is a PhD candidate in History who loves traveling, especially to historical sites and good hiking locations in the Balkans and the Middle East.
 

Experience the Real Morocco: 6 Inspiring Adventures

Morocco is home to some of the world’s most stunning sights, both natural and manmade. The majestic heights of the Atlas Mountains.  The stark expanse of the Sahara Desert. Find the stories it's waiting to tell you.

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7 Incredible Places to Visit in Oman

Whether you’re most interested in natural landscapes, history and culture, or delicious food, Oman has a lot to offer. This nation of around 4.5 million people on the Arabian Peninsula has a rich cultural heritage.

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5 Reasons Why You Should Visit the Blue City Chefchaouen

 

Chefchaouen is perhaps one of the world’s most instantly recognizable cities. Its iconic powder blue streets and walls are unmistakable. If you’re looking for a scenic stop in Morocco, Chefchaouen is the best.

 

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Discover Jordan's Top 10 Most Amazing Ancient Ruins

Over the millennia, Jordan has been home to numerous ancient civilizations, from the old Nabataeans to the Romans. Spectacular ruins dot its landscape to this day, inspiring new generations of visitors.

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Traditional Egyptian Cooking: 8 Must-Try Dishes

There’s nowhere in the world quite like Egypt. From the Great Pyramids to the stunning Red Sea coast—there are endless historic and cultural and sites to visit. As you might expect, Egypt’s food culture is as rich and varied as its landscapes.

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8 Places to Visit While on Safari in East Africa

Tanzania and Kenya are hands-down among the best places to view wildlife in the world. Plan your safari around the following otherworldly destinations,you’ll be rewarded with unreal animal encounters.

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10 of India’s Most Intriguing Wild Animals

If you are planning to a visit to India, consider setting aside at least a day or two to visit one of these parks to encounter wildlife and appreciate the Indian wilderness.

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Easter Break 2019 in the Middle East

The most important celebration in Christianity, Easter commemorates Jesus’ resurrection after his crucifixion. While many people celebrate at home with their families or church communities, there’s no reason why you can’t travel during Easter Break.

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Memphis Tours was established as a family business in 1955. The company was a pioneer in Egyptian tourism, operating shore excursions for the largest clients in Egypt, including P&O Cruises, Princess Cruises, and the British, French & American navies from 1955 through 1996.
Now we are serving our guests who are traveling to other destinations like India, Jordan, Dubai, Oman, Turkey, Morocco, Greece, Spain and Africa by more than 300 Employee - increasing annually - with a variety of culture, experience & gender. Those employees deliver a high-quality service to the smallest details for more than 20000 guests with Memphis Tours all over the world.
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