Discover the old Egyptian civilization and history, starting with the great pyramids & sphinx in Cairo passing by Luxor (the capital of monuments around the world) & Aswan, end with Alexandria city bride of the Mediterranean Sea and its Greco roman history.
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• Multi day trip.
• Perfect introduction for first-time visitors.
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Day 1: Cairo - Arrival
Our team welcomes you upon arrival at Cairo Airport with a sign bearing your name and that of the agency. Then you will be transferred by private A/C vehicle to your hotel. Check in at hotel. Overnight in hotel.
Day 2: Cairo
Breakfast at hotel and check out. Morning, our tour guide and private A/C vehicle will pick you up at your hotel. Enjoy an excursion to visit the legendary majestic The Three Pyramids, which are considered one of the Old Seven Wonders, erected by Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerionos. the famous pyramids: Cheops (the largest built circa 2650 BC. JC.), one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world and the only one that has stood the test of time. It was for over 40 centuries the highest monument erected by the man with a height of 146 meters. When you finish exploring the Great Pyramids our next stop is a visit to the Sphinx monument; guarding the royal burial chambers and temple of Cheops. It is a mythical statue with the body of a lion & human head. The tour also includes a visit to the Valley Temple, which belongs to the Pyramid of Chephren. Following by Visit the necropolis of Sakkara, used as a cemetery for thousands of years, and still hides many secrets in the desert sand. The Pyramid at Sakkara is one of the oldest stone structures in the world. It was built during the Third Dynasty (about 2630 BC) for King Djoser and its construction was overseen by his vizier Imhotep. Later we drive to Memphis the capital of the ancient kingdom and one of the most important cities throughout the history of ancient Egypt. The night, transfer to Train Station for catch the Sleeper train in direction of Aswan. Dinner and Overnight in train.
Day 3: Aswan
Breakfast in train. Morning, arrival at Aswan Railway, welcome by our team then you will be transferred by private A/C vehicle to your hotel. Following to check-in, we will start our full-day excursion around the city visiting the Temple of Philae, the Aswan High Dam, and the Unfinished Obelisk. Free evening at leisure and overnight in Aswan hotel.
Day 4: Monday / Wednesday / Friday - Aswan – Nile Cruise
Breakfast at your hotel,Then you will join a felucca around Kitchener Island – land of the botanical gardens and Elephantine Islands.( optional visit Abu Simble Temples are one of the greatest temples of ancient Egypt). Transfer to your Nile cruise ship for check-in. Free evening on cruise and Dinner &overnight in cruise.
Day 5: Kom Ombo/Edfu – Nile Cruise
Breakfast on board. Sailing to Kom Ombo. Visit the Temple of Kom Ombo, the majestic river Nile, whose characteristic is to be dedicated to two divinities: Sobek (with head of crocodile) and Horus (falcon-headed). Sailing to Edfu. Lunch on board. Take Carriage and Visit the Temple of Edfu, the Holy City of Horus and the temple built in his honor. This temple with impressive dimensions is the best preserved of Egypt. Dinner and overnight on board.
Day 6: Luxor – Nile Cruise
Breakfast on board. Morning, Visit the necropolis of Thebes, on the west bank of the Nile. Discovery Valley of the Kings, where most of the pharaohs of the XVIII to the XX dynasty were made bury. Continuation to the two colossi of Memnon, the towering statues are all that remain of the mortuary temple of Amenhotep III. Then Visit the Temple of Hatshepsut (Deir El Bahari), unique in its structure, to ancient Egypt dug directly into the rock, reach superhuman dimensions. Lunch on board. Afternoon, Visit the Temple of Karnak, dedicated to the glory of the god Amun, the temple probably the most grandiose of all Egypt. Continue your visit by Luxor Temple, built by Amenhotep III, known by its size and its large number of silent pillars. It connected by a paved alley of sphinxes of 3 kilometers at Karnak Temple. (Optional: Enjoy Sound and Light Show to Karnak). Dinner and overnight on board.
Meal: Breakfast, lunch,dinner.
Day 7: Luxor – End of Cruise
Breakfast on board, Disembarkation . (Optional: Air Hot balloon Ride). After that transfer to Luxor Train Station.
Day 8: Cairo
Breakfast in train.Arrive Cairo and transfer to the hotel for check-in. Be ready to enjoy a full-day excursion to Islamic Cairo where the 12th Century Citadel of Salah El-Din stands, within the walls of the medieval fortress is the Alabaster Mosque and El-Gawhara Palace built by Mohamed Ali, followed by a visit to Christian Old Cairo where the Romans constructed the fortress of Babylon. Built over the ruins of the two towers of this fortress, the Church of Saint Mary known by the Hanging Church. Break for lunch, and then we drive to the Egyptian Museum where the treasures of King Tut Ankh-Amun and most of the pharaohs, are kept. Free evening at leisure and overnight in Cairo.
Day 9: Alexandria
Breakfast at your hotel,Early morning pick-up to drive on the way to Alexandria, the city on the Mediterranean founded by Alexander the Great. After check-in, we will start our tour in Alexandria with visits to the catacombs of Kom El Shokafa and Pompeii’s Pillar – followed by an outing to the Roman Amphitheater and the Fort of Qait-Bay. Free evening at leisure to explore this beautiful waterfront city. (optional wet your feet in the lapping Mediterranean waves or enjoy a freshly-grilled fish dinner at one of many open-air restaurants). Overnight in Alexandria hotel.
Day 10: Alexandria\ Cairo
Breakfast at your hotel. your guide will pick up you to visit Library of Alexandria, with its amazing architecture, awaits your visit, before we continue on to explore the Royal Palace of El Montazah with a chance to take a dip in the Mediterranean and turn a golden brown in the warm Egyptian sunshine. Later we will drive back to your hotel& overnight in Cairo.
Day 11: Cairo
Breakfast at your hotel ,Free morning and in the afternoon, we will visit Khan El-Khalili, the 14th century Bazaar, famous for its unusual, typical oriental souvenirs and handmade crafts. The Medieval atmospheres of this traditional market together with the labyrinth layout of the streets, gives visitors great pleasure and
glimpse into what medieval markets were like. In the evening, Enjoy dinner Nile cruise with an open buffet dinner and a folkloric Sufi Dancing show, Tanora and belly-dancing show. Overnight in Cairo hotel.
Day 12: Departure
Breakfast at hotel and transfer to Cairo International Airport for take your departure flight.
Price per person start from:
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• Prices are ESTIMATED and quoted in Dollar per person , they are valid until 30 September 2017 (Excluding Peak periods, Christmas , New Year and Easter holidays).
• Special rate for groups; The more you are numerous the lower the price!
• Single rate is not valid for a "Solo" traveler
• These prices are valid for minimum 2 travellers.
This Price Includes:
√ Meet and Assist by our representative at Airport & Train Station
√ Transfer in private air-conditioned vehicle with Professional driver as mentioned on itinerary
√ Accommodation 4 Nights in hotel at Cairo including breakfast.
√ Accommodation 1 Night in hotel at Aswan including breakfast.
√ Accomodation 3 nights in Nile Cruise (Full Board).This Trip Runs On: Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
√ Accomodation 2 Night on First Class (*) Sleeper Train, (Cairo/Aswan), (Luxor\ Cairo).
√ Accomodation 1 night in hotel at Alexandria including breakfast.
√ Pick Up service from your hotel & return every day of visit
√ Private English-Speaking Tour guide (other languages are available upon request)
√ Main Entrance Fees of all mentioned Sites
√ For your safety: trip under authorization of the Egyptian Government
√ All taxes & service charge.
This Price Excludes:
× International Flights.
× Optional and extra activities.
× Any meals not mentioned in program, drinks, and any personal spend.
× Visa to Egypt.
×Tips are not compulsory and are left at your own appreciation.