Explore the ancient mysteries and the modern wonders of Egypt in a week-long journey through Cairo, Alexandria, and a magnificent Nile Cruise. Prepare to be captivated as our professional Egyptologists unveil the mysteries of the Great Pyramids, the legendary Sphinx, and the mesmerizing Egyptian Museum. Trips In Egypt team has carefully handpicked exceptional accommodations for your utmost comfort, ensuring a restful retreat after exhilarating days of exploration. Brace yourself for the grand finale - a serene tour along the majestic Nile, where you will witness ancient temples and tranquil landscapes that will leave you in awe. Join Trips In Egypt on this remarkable odyssey, and let our team create cherished memories that will last a lifetime. Get ready to immerse yourself in the vibrant culture, flavorful cuisine, and warm hospitality of Egypt, making this journey an unforgettable experience.Read More
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|Pickup & Drop Off||Cairo Airport|
|Tour Duration||7 Days / 6 Nights|
|Tour Type||Easter Tour|
A Melting Pot of Civilization, Culture, and Mystery
Upon your arrival at Cairo International Airport, one of our representatives will be waiting at the entrance to greet you and provide comprehensive assistance with all essential procedures. Then, you will be transferred to our 5-star hotel to check in for a memorable stay.
Relax at the hotel until your tour guide arrives to pick you up from the hotel to enjoy your first day in Egypt, and embrace the enchantment by immersing yourself in the captivating experiences that await having a special dinner cruise.
After enjoying your night, you will be transferred to our hotel for an overnight stay.
Exploring the Mysterious World of the Pharaohs
Easter in Egypt is a joyful celebration of Jesus’ resurrection that brings warm sunshine. Start your second day with a delicious breakfast, and get ready for an unforgettable adventure as your tour guide will take you on a captivating journey through Cairo's historical landmarks, ensuring a day filled with endless attractions during Easter such as:
The Giza Pyramids Complex is a mesmerizing testament to the ancient world's architectural genius and stands proudly on the outskirts of Giza. These pyramids were built over 4,500 years ago and continue to captivate visitors with their grandeur and mystery. Explore the Great Pyramid of Khufu, the last remaining Wonder of the Ancient World, and witness the Sphinx's enigmatic gaze.
The Great Pyramid of Giza is an architectural marvel of ancient Egypt and stands as a testament to the ingenuity and grandeur of King Khufu. This Pyramid was built around 2570 BC, and Stands 481 feet tall, it held the title of the world's tallest man-made structure for over 3,800 years. Today, it continues to awe visitors with its magical size, and the mysteries it holds within its walls.
The Sphinx is an iconic masterpiece with the body of a lion and the head of a human. The Sphinx was built during the reign of Pharaoh Khafre around 2500 BC. Its enigmatic presence guards the Great Pyramid, draws visitors from around the world, and offers a fascinating glimpse into the rich history of ancient Egypt.
Pharaoh Khafre built the Valley Temple around 2500 BC as a part of his burial site near the Great Sphinx and the Great Pyramid of Giza. The temple has huge limestone blocks carvings and paintings that show the Pharaoh's achievements and life. The temple was a sacred place for rituals and worship for Khafre's spirit, and it is one of the most amazing and well-kept monuments in Egypt.
In Giza, the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) is a museum in progress that will display ancient Egyptian relics, such as the entire collection of Tutankhamun. The GEM will be the biggest archaeological museum in the world, the museum's architecture matches the pyramids and has a front made of see-through alabaster stone.
Enjoy your lunch at a Pyramid view before continuing your visit:
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) is a museum that exhibits Egyptian heritage from ancient to modern times. The museum has 50,000 objects with a spectacular procession of 22 royal mummies that reflect the variety and persistence of Egyptian civilization, and it is the first museum of its kind in the Arab world.
Then, you will be transferred to our hotel in Cairo for an overnight stay.
A Journey through Alexandria's Splendor
Your tour guide will pick you up from our hotel by A.C. modern vehicle to witness some of the most impressive sightseeing in Alexandria including:
The Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa is one of the Seven Wonders of the Middle Ages which has tombs, statues, and objects from the 2nd century AD that show how Egyptian, Greek, and Roman cultures mixed. The catacombs were found in 1900 when a donkey dropped into the entrance shaft.
A huge stone column in Alexandria was built to celebrate Emperor Diocletian who ruled from 298 to 302 AD. Pompey's Pillar was carved from red stone, used to hold a big statue of the emperor wearing armor, and is located on the east side of an old temple dedicated to Serapis.
Antoniades Garden is transformed into a blooming paradise during Easter with vibrant flowers and lush greenery adorning every corner. Colorful Easter decorations and joyful celebrations further enhance the enchanting atmosphere. During the season, people can admire the beautiful plants, ancient sculptures, and the grand palace that stands in the garden.
Lunch will be served at a seafood restaurant before visiting:
Alexandria Library is a place that protects and celebrates the knowledge and culture of old and new civilizations. The old library was lost to fire and war, but the new library was opened in 2002 and tries to restore its legacy of learning and exploration. The library complex has different libraries, museums, centers, and a planetarium.
The Museum of Royal Jewelry is a place where you can see the history and art of Egyptian kings and queens through their jewels and accessories. The museum has amazing collections of gold, silver, diamonds, and gems from the 1800s and 1900s. The palace is also a beautiful example of European style with spacious rooms, stained glass windows, and metal sculptures.
After finishing your day tour, you will be transferred to the Airport to catch your flight to Aswan and check in at our Deluxe Nile Cruise, have your delicious lunch on board, and overnight.
Aswan- A Tapestry of Colors and Cultures
Start your day with a delightful breakfast before embarking on a guided tour to explore the prominent historical landmarks in Aswan such as:
Experience Philae Temple during Easter which is a perfect time to witness ancient Egyptian history. The Temple was built in the 4th century BC, This amazing temple was dedicated to the goddess Isis and offers a fascinating glimpse into the religious beliefs of the time.
A small island in the Nile River, Kitchener Island has a lovely botanical garden. The Island showcases exotic plants from various regions and offers a tranquil environment. It is an ideal place for nature enthusiasts and a calm escape from the urban hustle.
The Nubian Village is a captivating destination that enchants visitors with its cultural and stunning natural beauty. Delight in the lively market stalls showcasing traditional handicrafts, and vibrant textiles for unique souvenirs. Take a leisurely boat ride on the Nile and witness breathtaking sunsets casting a golden glow over the serene waters.
Aswan High Dam was constructed from 1960 to 1971 to regulate the Nile's yearly floods, supply water for farming, and produce electricity. The dam also formed Lake Nasser which is one of the biggest man-made lakes in the world.
Then, you will be transferred to our Nile Cruise to have your lunch, dinner, and overnight on board.
Experiencing Kom Ombo and Edfu in All Their Glory
Enjoy your breakfast on board, and then you will start your day tour with your private tour guide by a horse carriage to witness:
The ancient Egyptians built a temple that was split into two parts for two different gods: one for Sobek, who was a crocodile, and one for Horus, who was a falcon 180 - 47 BC. Kom Ombo Temple has a unique design as it has two of everything: two doors, two yards, two rows of columns, two big halls, and two holy places, one for each god.
Enjoy your lunch on board, then continue visiting:
The falcon god Horus is honored at Edfu Temple, which is one of the biggest and most well-preserved temples in Egypt. The Ptolemaic rulers built it over 180 years, combining Egyptian and Greek elements in its design and ornamentation. Edfu Temple is a wonderful place to visit for anyone who wants to learn more about ancient Egyptian culture and history.
Then, you will be transferred to have your dinner, and overnight on board.
The Temples of Gods: Experiencing Kom Ombo and Edfu in All Their Glory
Easter in Egypt is a joyous and vibrant celebration where ancient traditions and modern festivities unite, offering a unique blend of religious reverence, cultural richness, and warm hospitality.
After having your delicious breakfast on board, check out before joining your tour guide to explore the Magnificence of Luxor starting by visiting:
Many rulers and elites of the New Kingdom (16th to 11th century BC) in Egypt chose to be buried in tombs carved out of the rocks in the Valley of the Kings. The Valley shows the ancient Egyptians' views and customs about life after death through their paintings and writings. The valley became famous when the tomb of Tutankhamun, which had many treasures and objects in 1922.
The valley of the Queens lies on the Nile's west bank near Luxor, which was once the ancient city of Thebes. The Valley has royal queens and royal wives such as Nefertari, the wife of Ramses II. This amazing attraction is one of the most beautiful and well-preserved tombs in Egypt.
Hatshepsut Temple is an impressive ancient monument built by the female Pharaoh Hatshepsut in 1400 BC. The temple shows respect to the gods Amun, Hathor, and Anubis, and to Hatshepsut herself, whose grave is on the same hill. The temple also shows Hatshepsut's amazing achievements and reputation as one of the strongest and most successful leaders of ancient Egypt.
Move with your tour guide to have lunch at a local restaurant in Luxor before visiting:
Karnak Temple is an ancient Egyptian site that was used to worship three gods: Amun, Mut, and Khonsu, and it took more than 2,000 years to be built. The most famous place is where Amun-Re's temple, which has a huge hall with 134 big columns. Karnak Temple was very important for ancient Egyptians, who celebrated many events in the Temple.
You will be transferred to Luxor Airport to catch your flight to Cairo for an overnight stay in our hotel.
End your Easter tour in Egypt
After having your breakfast and checking out of our hotel, you will be transferred to Cairo Airport to catch your flight and end your Easter tour in Egypt.
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My friend & I wanted to book a day trip to Luxor at £94, but ended up booking a the overnight trip to Luxor as it was only £10 more! The trip exceeded our expections because of the fascinating temples, the overnight stay on the Nile & our fabulous & very knowledgeable tour guide (Mahmoud A-B)... Read More