Our columnist travels to the Holy Land, where the world's three big monotheistic religions can lay claim to history
Both Egypt and Sudan claim ownership of the Halayeb Triangle, a 20,000-square-kilometre piece of smooth desert and lush coastal scenery. Now, after decades of struggle, it’s finally—barely—open to tourists.
Climate change is affecting more than our landscapes. Its also affecting global food supplies.
Barely twice the size of Prince Edward Island, you can go skiing, swim in the ocean and visit an archaeological site—all in a single day.
From towering rooftop bars to centuries-old mosques, Beirut is a dazzling megalopolis wrapped in a scarred history that hasn't quite healed.
Many visitors to Egypt explore the enchanting beaches of Sinai, the history of Luxor or the vastness of the Western Desert; however, the true magnificence of Egypt lies in the unknown treasures hidden in every ...
It's easy to look like an idiot smoking sheesha—order the wrong flavour, or any flavour at all, and things could get nasty. Here's a handy guide to smoking hookah like a real Arab.
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In this tiny self-sustainable commune in the northern desert, you can find open-air concerts, stunning sea views, intimately friendly locals and absolutely no meat anywhere in sight.
If you're flying to the United States or United Kingdom from Turkey, Egypt, Morocco or certain other cities in the Middle East, listen up.