Cairo Int. Airport – Cairo ON
Your trip to Egypt will start in the hotel of your choice in Cairo. Our representative who speaks English will meet you at Cairo International Airport and help you with whatever you need. In the price, a private van with air conditioning will take you from the Cairo airport to your hotel. When you get to your hotel, you can rest and get ready for the day. You'll be spending the night in Cairo.
Pyramids – Sakkara & The Egyptian Museum
After a hearty breakfast in your Cairo hotel, your English-speaking Egyptologist tour guide will pick you up and take you to the "Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure" Pyramids of Giza, where the glory of Egypt was shown in three pyramids guarded by a limestone Sphinx statue. After that, have lunch at a nearby restaurant. After that, you'll go to Sakkara, where you can explore the Step Pyramid of King Djoser. When King Djoser told his chief architect, Imhotep, to come up with a unique tomb for the king, Imhotep thought of a pyramid. When a famous architect built the Step Pyramid, which had never been done before, it surprised the king because it was a new idea at the time. When you visit the Egyptian Museum, which is one of the most famous museums in the world, you will see many artifacts from ancient Egypt, including some that belonged to the legendary king Tutankhamen. You'll also get a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the Mummies' Room. If you're lucky, you'll get to see the pharaohs at the height of their power. When your day trip is over, you'll go back to your hotel and stay the night in Cairo After that, you will go to the Egyptian Museum, which includes a rare collection of Egyptian art from the past 5000 years and more than 250 thousand pieces, including the room of Tutankhamun, which contains treasures, jewelry and gold that was in his tomb more than 3500 years ago. It was found when his grave was excavated in 1920. After your day tour is over, you will return to your hotel in Cairo for the night.
Fly to Aswan - Aswan Tours - Embark on Nile Cruise
On the Nile Cruise, you will have dinner, breakfast, and a tour of the temples of Luxor and Karnak in the early morning after you arrive at Aswan International Airport, where our agent will meet you and take you to your hotel. Later, you and your Egyptologist tour guide will see Aswan's wonderful metropolis, including The High Dam, which was built by Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser in 1960 AD to protect Egypt from the Nile flood. On Agilika Island, you'll take a motorboat ride down the Nile River until you reach the Temple of Philae, a Greco-Roman building built in honor of the goddess Isis and dedicated to her during the Greco-Roman era (mother of god Horus). On your last day in Aswan, you'll go to the Unfinished Obelisk, which is made of red granite and is a monument to the Egyptian god Amun Ra. After your day trip is over, you will be taken to your Nile cruise and spend the night in Aswan.
Koum Oumbo & Edfu Temples
Breakfast is included in the price of your cruise. A visit to the Temple of Kom Ombo, where the Egyptian gods Sobek and Haroeris were previously worshipped, is on the itinerary. On the sun deck of your cruise ship, you'll be able to take in the stunning landscape of the Nile River. Take a chariot ride to the Temple of Horus at Edfu, which is one of Egypt's most well-preserved archaeological monuments. You'll be escorted back to the ship at the end of the tour. You may take a break throughout your voyage in the afternoon. There will be food available on board. Every night, the ship's crew will put on an Egyptian Folkloric Show
Luxor West & East Banks
Breakfast on the cruise ship on the Nile. You'll start your tour of Luxor's wet bank in the holy area of Thebes, which includes the Valley of the Kings. This is where ancient Egyptian pharaohs and Theban kings and rulers were buried. The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut is the next thing you'll see in Egypt. It's in Deir El Bahari. This temple, which was cut into the side of a mountain, is one of the most beautiful examples of ancient Egyptian architecture. Amenhotep III owned the Colossi of Memnon, which was the last stop on the tour. After that, you'll go back to the ship for lunch. After lunch on the cruise ship, you'll go on a tour of Luxor's East Bank. You'll see the beautiful Karnak Temples Complex, which is said to be the world's largest man-made structure, taking up at least a hundred acres. The last stop on your wonderful trip is the Temple of Luxor, which was built by a ruler of the 12th dynasty and finished by the well-known pharaoh Ramses II. When your tour is over, you'll be taken back to your Nile cruise for dinner and a place to sleep for the night
Morning Flight back to Cairo - Alexandria Tours
When your Nile cruise gets back to Cairo, you'll have breakfast on board and then be taken to Luxor Airport for your flight home. Our Egyptologist tour guide will pick you up at Cairo International Airport and take you on a trip to Alexandria that you will never forget. Your first stop on your city tour of Alexandria will be the "Alexandria Library," which was one of the most important places to find old knowledge. In the past, Egypt's pharaohs ruled from this spot. In the afternoon, you'll be taken to a nearby restaurant for lunch. To finish off your Greco-Roman experience, you'll eat lunch at The Roman Amphitheatre before going to see it. The next stop on your city tour is Pompey's Pillar, which was built in 292 AD. Lastly, you will be driven to the Sultan Qaitbay Citadel, which is one of the most popular tourist spots in Alexandria. When your trip is over, we'll take a car ride back to Cairo. When you get to Cairo, go right to your hotel to check in and get some rest before the next day
Cairo Int. Airport – Final Departure
You can leave after breakfast. One of our people will come and pick you up. Transfer to Cairo's international airport for your final flight out of the city.