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Get to know the founder of Backpacker Concierge as he shares his favorite Egyptian addresses with the New York Times. Travel like an insider during your next adventure in Egypt!
— New York Times

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Cairo’s Backpacker Concierge has just begun offering the first culinary tours of the country and tutelage in its ancient, exotically spiced dishes.
— Condé Nast Traveler

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They were immensely helpful over email, especially considering I didn’t start talking to them until my ride from the airport to the hotel. By the next day, I had a list of places to dig for vinyl and an appointment to meet a renowned Egyptologist to guide me through the Giza pyramids and Egyptian Museum.
— Fathom

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Culturally and environmentally responsible desert trips and Nile cruises, plus more focused custom trips such as food tours.
— Lonely Planet

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Backpacker Concierge is featured in iconic American magazine, Food + Wine. Travel with writer Salma Abdelnour through Alexandria, Cairo, and Sinai and learn more about our amazing programming.
— Food & Wine

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People want to learn about Egypt’s history- pharaohs, pyramids, temples. But not many travellers find out what the common person did and does.
— Condé Nast Traveler

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Top Ten Guided Tours. Gogobot travel recommendation site users chose their top guided tours as part of site’s Travelers’ Favorite Awards.

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We saw a side of Egypt that most tourists will never see — thanks to Backpacker Concierge, the eco-conscious bespoke travel company that arranges immersive experiences and adventures for independent travelers.
— The Mercury News

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An excellent boutique start-up that offers customised travel packages with a strong emphasis on culturally and environmentally responsible service. They are incredibly tech-savvy, and can communicate with you via phone, email, Facebook and even Twitter.
— Lonely Planet

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We decided to work with a travel agent for our Egypt trip. But not the kind of travel agent you’re thinking of. A pal recommended Cairo-based Backpacker Concierge. And thank goodness he did.
— The Denver Post