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Adventure Through a Lens with Egypt's Best Travel Photographers

Let’s take a moment to recognise some of the artists putting themselves out there to create these gorgeous snapshots of Egypt's natural splendour.

One of the reasons we share a #CairoScenery every Friday is to remind everyone how beautiful #Egypt is, even if we’re stuck at the office staring at a pothole. Let’s take a moment to recognise some of the artists putting themselves out there to create these gorgeous snapshots.

 

TAIMOUR OTHMAN // @taimouro

One of the best known in the industry, Taimour was trekking across the country curating captivating captures long before it was even cool.

 

PROJECT WAHBA // @projectwahba

The first port of call for international travel bloggers visiting Egypt on the hunt for stunning sites, Ahmed Wahba knows who’s who, where’s where and what’s what when it comes to the local travel scene – and his pictures prove it.


KARIM EL HAYAWAN // @karimelhayawan

An architect with the soul of an artist, Karim El Hayawan’s iridescent and award-winning works make him one of our favourite visual storytellers.


COUCLA REFAAT // @couclarefaat

From Sinai to the Salt Lakes of Siwa, Refaat’s vivaciousness and joie de vivre is almost tangible in her stunning shots.


AHMED HAYMAN // @haymanics

Hayman’s achingly beautiful portraits tell the story of Egypt through the faces of its people.


OMAR REFAAT // @omar__refaat

You know those stunning aerial shots of Egypt’s beaches that flood our IG feeds each summer? Yeah, you have Refaat to thank for those.


SEIF AMR // @seifamro

With a healthy mix of history and tourist haunts as well plenty of sun, sea and sand (of the desert variety), Amr takes you on a diverse ride of visually tantalizing content.


ABDELRAHMAN GABR // @koreefilms


Egyptian/American/South Korean Abdelrahman is a multi-cultural wanderer whose stunning shots of landscapes from across Egypt often feature elements of both human strength and frailty.