World Summit of Pediatric GI and Nutrition
“Gastroenterology for General Pediatricians”
The Nile

The Nile, not only a vital lifeline Egypt, but the pulsating artery of the city upon whose banks tower luxurious hotels and clubs, and floating restaurants lie on their moorings, and river craft of all kinds crisscross its surface in a pleasing, rhythmic tempo that adds to the considerable charm of the river, affording admirable sports facilities and all forms of leisure.
The Nile is the world's second longest river coursing through Egypt from South to North and splitting into two branches as it reaches the end of its journey from the heart of Africa to the Mediterranean Sea at Rosetta and Damietta.
Cairo, the city of wonders with its civilization, culture and fascinating history is the largest capital in the Arab world. It extends 41.5 kms.
along the Nile from al Sahel in the North to Helwan and Tebeen in the South. Eight million Cairenes, plus a daily influx of two million persons, live on an area of 3435.3 square kilometers or about 0.3% of the total area of Egypt. The Nile is what gives Cairo that certain "magic" that most of our visitors acknowledge.

The Egyption Museum

Built in 1897 and inaugurated in 1902... A unique collection of the treasures of the Pharaohs on display (including the King Tut collection and the Mummy Room) dating back thousands of years.
The library contains a large number of books on archaeology, history , and religions in several languages.

The pyramids and sphinx at Giza

Fifteen kilometers from downtown Cairo stand the only remaining Wonders of the 7 Wonders of the World., the Pyramids of Cheops, Khephren and Mykerenos and the nearby Sphinx.
This is among the most treasuredtourist sites in Egypt.

Sound and light show at the pyramids

A spectacular laser and sound and light show that brings back the majesty of the mighty Pharaohs in an unforgettable spectacle.
The performance is held in a number of languages.