In the last part of this series, Mac's cruise arrives in the Aswan area, farthest point for navigation since the dam was built
Mac continues his cruise along the changing landscapes and stunning temples of the Nile.
Follow Mac in a series on cruising the Nile, starting at Luxor
The Suez Canal is open for ships of all countries to conduct international trade, but it has been closed five times and has been at the centre of major global conflicts.
Viking has a unique new ship, designed especially for cruises on Egypt's river
Professor Abe, no fan of ocean cruises, enjoyed the beauty and tranquility of a river cruise along the Nile in Egypt
Professor Abe takes on an expedition to one of his favorite sites in Egypt, with an especially well-preserved main temple.
Taking advantage of the lull in visitors, Egypt does a thorough cleaning of the area around the Pyramids.
The world's oldest large-scale construction has re-opened after a decades-long restoration project.
Four years after the terrorist bombing of a Russian plane leaving the Egyptian resort, the British government has lifted flight restrictions.
Record-breaking crowds for a show of the Egyptian boy-king's artifacts lead to an extension.
As Egypt works to rebuild its tourism numbers, it's re-opening two pyramids long off-limits to visitors.
A new delay pushes partial opening of the Grand Egyptian Museum into 2020.
A museum within the great Library of Alexandria examines the life and role of the late Egyptian leader.
Join Marilyn Jones on a visit to a 1500-year-old monastery that keeps alive the traditions of Coptic Christianity.