Egypt & Israel

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The Incomparable Nile Valley: Assessing the Sites — and Security — of Egypt

Visitors are returning to Egypt. Our editor takes the temperature of the place himself and finds it still one of the most exquisite places in the world.

Tel Aviv's Stylish New Boutique Hotels

Finding Tel Aviv buzzing and fashionable, our editor stayed in three hotels in three different areas: Jaffa, the "American Colony" and downtown's "White City."

A Quest to Find a Boutique Hotel in Jerusalem

Jerusalem has suitable hotel options, but the Old City has lacked a pedigreed boutique hotel. Our editor travels there to see if Villa Brown fits the bill.

Newly Recommended Hotels in Israel

Our editor had positive experiences in two of the hotels he stayed at in Tel Aviv. He split his time between Jaffa, the American Colony and the White City.

Wilderness Safaris' New Camp in Rwanda: Magashi

The same company that opened Bisate Lodge has opened a contrasting second property in Rwanda, Magashi Camp, located in Akagera National Park.

Beat the Crowds in Egypt: Cruising the Nile on a Yacht

The best way to see the archaeological sites in Egypt -- without the crowds -- is to take a small luxury cruise down the Nile River.

A Newly Recommended Hotel in Egypt

For the March Hideaway Report, our editor traveled to Egypt to find a small hotel of distinction in the Nile Valley. He only found one, but what a hotel it was.

Video: A Trip Along the Nile Valley

We visited the classic sites of the Nile Valley to assess the situation in Egypt. Here are videos from Giza, Luxor and the Sofitel Legend Old Cataract Hotel.

Letter From the Editor: March 2019

For the March issue, our editor journeys up the Nile Valley from Cairo to Luxor and Aswan, staying in new hotels and taking the temperature of the country.

Grand Egyptian Museum: Pharaonic Antiquities Get a New Home

At a cost of $1 billion, the Grand Egyptian Museum in Giza will be the world's largest archaeological museum and house more than 20,000 items never seen before.