Have you experienced VELTRA's online tour yet?
We also offer several types of online tours in Egypt.
One of them is an Egyptian home visit and a live tour of the Pyramids of Giza!
As you can see in the picture, I visited the pyramid ... but actually this is the view from the roof of the guide's house!
The staff is a cameraman and we are doing a live tour with two people on a three-legged race.
To be honest, I was wondering, "Is online tour interesting?" (Laughs), but it's surprisingly interesting! I can recommend this with confidence! I can say that.
We are also preparing a course to learn hieroglyphs and a new tour ♪
We look forward to your participation!
As many of you may know because it was covered in Japanese news, the mummy was transferred from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to the Egyptian Civilization Museum in Fustat on April 3rd.
This time, 18 pharaohs and 4 queen mummies were transferred.
A large parade was held and was broadcast on television in Egypt.
Currently, 20 of the 22 mummies transferred are on display at the Egyptian Civilization Museum.
(The remaining two are "in preparation", but they may have been damaged during the transfer ... ??)
In front of the museum entrance, there are pillars that introduce the mummified pharaohs.
Vaccination has begun in Japan, but vaccination is also underway in Egypt.
The application method is easy.
All you have to do is register your ID number (passport for foreigners) and address on the designated website.
As you can see in the picture, you can choose to display in English, so you don't have to speak Arabic.
After registering, you will receive a registration number in a short message.
As in Japan, the priority was given to medical staff, the elderly, and people with underlying illnesses, but for some reason I didn't hit any of them, so my turn came early and the first vaccination was given in mid-May. I've been doing it!