Forty persons from the United States and Japan took a most interesting and educational tour of Egypt in October of 1980; a tour composed in almost equal parts of Egyptian culture and history and of information on the rapidly expanding essential oil industry in Egypt. The tour was arranged by Camille, Albert & Laloue.
After arrival in Cairo on October 8, the group left for a late-morning tour to the pyramids and the Sphinx at Giza. Although these monuments are well-known, there is a special thrill for the person who actually sees them. Anyone viewing them is amazed by such evidence of great accomplishment in religion, social organization, and science over four thousand years ago.