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About Us

When you hear the name “Unknown Egypt Travel”, it might sound odd at first, but there’s a story behind it.
After studying the ancient Egyptian civilization for so many years, I concluded that as much as we know, ancient Egyptian history is so vast and rich that we can never really know the whole truth about it.
Every minute of every day, we can find something previously unknown about the sacred land of Kemet (Egypt), so how can Kemet be truly known to us? Kemet is the ultimate mystery to all of us. This beautiful mystery is my inspiration when choosing the name for my travel agency.
Unknown Egypt Travel is not your standard travel agency. You won’t find typical tourist itineraries here. Instead, I have made it my goal to offer a series of profound experiences for the body, soul, and spirit. Egypt’s great and ancient land is worth exploring in this manner, as it slowly and carefully reveals its secrets to you.
The endless discoveries that take place in its vast land are only exceeded by the deep excavations in our DNA, the cell memories, and the morphogenetic fields in and around us.
Timeless Egypt offers us reconnection with our eternal and integrated selves. A journey through its vast landscapes and its many temple cities enables us to gather the parts of ourselves into a new whole.
This is the way of Osiris. A journey into a sacred place full of energy and mysticism, where the wall writings carry whispers of our ancestors telling us how we can reactivate our codes.
A Spiritual Experience in Egypt can expand your consciousness and give you a new lens through which to view and understand the ancient and the modern world.
– Rabie Khaled –

About The Founder

My name is Rabie. I was born in Cairo, Egypt.

My father was born and raised in Luxor (Upper Egypt). Still, Cairo is known as the land of opportunity for people born with limited sources in Upper Egypt, so he decided to move. He met my mother in Cairo.

 

 

My family has worked in Tourism and Egyptology for generations. Both my father and grandfather worked in this field in Upper Egypt. My father also worked for Egypt Air during this time in Cairo.

 

Both my uncle and my brother are Egyptologists. My uncle currently works as a Spanish speaking Egyptologist and my brother as a German speaking Egyptologist. When I was a child, I loved watching my brother talk to the travelers about our history. He was a significant influence on me.

 

My interest in the unique history of Egypt kept growing; I was utterly mesmerized by it.
I still remember my first visit to the pyramids as a child. During the whole experience, I had only one question in my mind; how did they build it? And at this time, little did I know that this question would follow me my entire life.

 

Eventually, I decided to study to become a professional Egyptologist. I studied ancient Egyptian history, ancient Egyptian beliefs, art, language, architecture, and Greek, Roman, Christian, and Muslim history. Ultimately, I became a professional Egyptologist and tour guide.

 

All through my career I have guided tours in German. And finally, in 2019, I decided to add the English language to my license to have the ability to guide English speaking travelers.

 

I have been an Egyptologist for the past 15 years. And I genuinely believe that becoming one is a huge part of my mission in this lifetime.

 

I don’t believe in coincidence. I believe that all of us have an important mission. I believe that many of us have known each other in other lifetimes. And to tell you who I really am, I need to ask “WHO ARE WE” instead of “who am I”? Because I believe that we are one, not the human being but the entire universe. You are me, and I am you. There is no separation.
I also believe that we get so much wisdom from our mother, whoever we are. My mother is now in a “better place,” and she will forever be the center of my entire life.

 

One day, after many years working as an Egyptologist, I met someone who made me question everything I thought I knew.

 

Suddenly I started to understand life and even Egyptology differently. So I began to ask new questions, and the more I asked, the less I knew.
Egyptology is extraordinary, but there is so much that Egyptology misses. The crucial answers are found by diving deep into the spiritual and esoteric teachings and adding everything we know together. “What is essential is invisible to the eye.”

 

I knew that to find (and remember) the truth, even if that’s a matter of perspective, I needed to study the mystery knowledge of the ancient Egyptians. So, I continued to ask questions, read the books, and look at everything I’ve seen a million times before with brand new eyes.

 

I immersed myself in the study of Kemetology. Kemetology studies the first Egyptian civilization that inhabited the earth and its descendants on a much deeper level than Egyptology does.

 

I studied the ancient Egyptian records all over again. I learned about quantum physics, Sufism, Cosmology, demonology, and anything that helped answer my questions. We need to see the big picture to understand the small piece of the picture.

 

Now I can tell you that I’m not only an Egyptologist; I am a Kemetologist. I’m an empty vessel and a researcher of the truth. I’m doing my best to remember my truth and help others remember theirs too.

 

I’m still trying to answer some of the questions I had as a child. But every day, I am a little closer to the answers.

 

Helping others find answers and helping them to have a journey back to themselves is what makes me happy. Because I believe we cannot understand anything if we don’t understand ourselves.

 

 

 

 

“Be blessed and never give up looking for the truth about yourself first”

Our Egyptologist

My name is Hassan. I was born in Minya, Egypt.

I live in Cairo, Egypt, and try to develop intuition as a process of inner exploration, in which we discover how integrate heart, spirit into our conscious in order to experience our natural state of peace and love.
I’m archeologist, Khemetologist and freelance tour guide. I’m Archeologist in the ministry of Antiquities in Egypt. I serve on the board of the documentation center for the Egyptian heritage. I’m a member in the syndicate of the Egyptian tour guides (S.T.E.G).
I graduated from the faculty of archeology in 1999, and then got a Tourist Guidance Diploma from Helwan University (Faculty of Tourism and Hotels) in 2002.
I got a Master of Museum studies ((Museology)) from Helwan University (Faculty of Tourism and Hotels) in 2017. And right now I’m Candidate for the PHD program ((Heritage and Museum Management)) from Helwan University.
I used to work with several leading travel agencies as well as individual travelers and study groups in Egypt; I have gained broad experience in many different types of tours. As I have gained broad experience in managing spiritual tours, meditation and Yoga through the sacred sightseeing of Ancient Egypt I became part of the Unknown Egypt travel team.
I’ve worked for many years in Excavation and digging with international archeological teams in Egypt in order to present other interpretation techniques for the ancient forgotten legacy, and uncover secrets of Ancient Egypt; as there are multi-layers of significance and interpretation of the ancient Egyptian symbols, it was my great interest to try to well understand the hidden spiritual messages of the sacred places in Kemet, and unfolded the significance of the tangible and intangible legacy of the ancestors.