The project aims to document the timeline of the expeditions made by ancient Egyptians to the Land of Punt (currently Eritrea and Djibouti), through a prototype of the expedition of Hatshepsut depicted on the walls of her temple in el-Deir el-Bahari. It highlights the diplomatic, commercial, economic, and environmental dimensions of these expeditions, besides the political dimension and the navigational experience gained by Egyptian sailors from sailing the Red Sea and the Nile. The Culturama of the "Punt Expedition" takes us through the ports of the Red Sea, passing through the navigation routes to the shores of Punt, its natural terraces, peoples, the waterways, the diplomatic and military protocols and the depth of this cultural and commercial exchange. The Culturama covers all levels of historical data for this journey, whether the documentation of graphics and texts, or the information behind them.