Arrival At Cairo International Airport – Cairo Overnight
You will be welcomed at Cairo International Airport by our English-speaking representative, who will assist you with all procedures, including obtaining an Entry Visa and assisting you with your luggage, and then take you to your hotel for check-in and overnight.
Pyramids – Memphis and Sakkara - Cairo Overnight
Our English-speaking Egyptologist guide will meet you at your Cairo hotel for breakfast before taking you to the "Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure" Pyramids of Giza, where the grandeur has been personified in three pyramids with a limestone statue of Sphinx protecting the whole region.
Once you've finished your meal, go to one of our nearby restaurants.
After that, you'll go to Sakkara, where the Step Pyramid of King Djoser awaits your exploration. When Monarch Djoser ordered his chief Architect Imhotep to design a unique tomb for the king, Imhotep came up with the idea of a pyramid. Since it was considered groundbreaking at the time, it shocked the king when a well-known architect built the Step Pyramid, which had never been done before.
There are many wonderful relics of King Ramses II to be seen in the Open Air Museum in Memphis. Your Cairo hotel will pick you up at the end of your day trip and take you to your room for the night.
Egyptain Museum – Citadel and Khan El Khalili
Enjoy a hearty breakfast in the comfort of your own hotel room. Afterwards, you'll be picked up by our English-speaking Egyptologist guide and taken on a day tour of the Egyptian Museum, which is regarded to be among the world's most significant museums, containing the Pharaonic artifacts, including Tutankhamen's burial chamber. You'll also get the opportunity to see the Mummies' Room, which is an experience you'll never forget. You'll get an excellent look at the famous real-life pharaohs in all their glory and majesty.
Having lunch at a neighborhood eatery is an option. The Citadel of Salah El-Din, which served as Egypt's center of authority for more than 700 years, is the next stop on your tour of Cairo's Old City.
After that, we'll take you to Khan El Khalili, one of the Middle East's most beautiful bazaars. You'll be taken back to your hotel at the end of the day for a well-deserved rest. Cairo is the place to spend the night.
Fly To Aswan & Nile Cruise Overnight
Our agent will meet you at your accommodation in Cairo and drive you to the airport, where you will board a flight to Aswan.
Our representative will meet you at the airport and drive you to your Nile Cruise for boarding and check-in. Lunch will be served on board.
The High Dam, built in 1960 AD by Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser to safeguard Egypt from the Nile flood, will be one of the highlights of your Egyptologist tour guide's upcoming discoveries in the beautiful city of Aswan.
Once you arrive at Agilika Island, you'll take a motorboat ride to the Temple of Philae, which was built during the Greco-Roman era and was devoted to the goddess Isis (mother of god Horus).
On your last day in Aswan, you'll be taken to the Unfinished Obelisk, a red granite monument dedicated to the Egyptian deity Amun Ra.
You'll be taken to your Nile cruise for the night when your day excursion is done.
Fly To Aswan & Nile Cruise Overnight
Every morning, you can have a hearty breakfast on board. The Temple of Kom Ombo, where Sobek and Haroeris were briefly worshiped, is one of the most beautiful temples in Egypt. As you eat on the sun deck, you can take in the amazing views of the canyon of the Nile.
One of Egypt's best-preserved temples, the Temple of Horus in Edfu, is open all day for chariot rides. You'll be taken back to the ship when your trip is over.
You can take it easy on your boat. On board, a meal will be served. At night, crew members will be in charge of putting together an Egyptian Folkloric Show party on the ship.
West Bank of Luxor
Breakfast on the Nile cruise ship. You'll start your tour of Luxor's wet bank in the holy land of Thebes. There, you'll see the Valley of the Kings, 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 is thought to be one of the best examples of ancient Egyptian architecture because it was built right into the mountain.
The tour ends with a stop at the Colossi of Memnon, which was built by Amenhotep III. After that, you'll go back to the ship for lunch and spend the night in Luxor, Egypt.
Disembrkation from Nile cruise - Luxor East Bank – Fly to Cairo
After breakfast, disembark from your Nile cruise. Then you will enjoy your trip visiting the East Bank of Luxor, including the most amazing Karnak Temples Complex, which is regarded to be the most complex building in the world spanning an area of a hundred.
The Temple of Luxor, erected by one of the 12th dynasty monarchs and finished by the well-known pharaoh Ramses II, is a magnificent place to end your journey.
Then travel to Luxor airport airport to fly back to Cairo. On arrival, you will be taken to your hotel and will spend the night there.
Cairo Int. Airport – Final Departure
After breakfast, you may check out. You'll be picked up by one of our representatives. Proceed to Cairo's international airport for your last flight out of the country.