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Through our 11 days Pyramids, Nile cruise & Hurghada holiday you will marvel at Egypt’s splendors and enjoy the must-see attractions in the land of pharaohs. Make your tour distinctive with a marvelous tour to Giza Pyramids Complex, the Egyptian Museum and many more of the enchanting highlights in Cairo. Then, follow the footsteps of the pharaohs in the Upper Egypt with a luxury 5* Nile cruise from Luxor to Aswan and witness Karnak Temple, Valley of the Kings and Luxor Temple. Crossing by Edfu and Kom Ombo Temples, you will sail to Aswan monumental highlights like Philae temple and Abu Simbel Temple. And the last stop will be Hurghada Red Sea Resort among the fabulous coral reefs and the wonderful underwater world. Book now!!
|City||Things You Will Do|
|Giza||Visit: Giza Pyramids – The Sphinx – The Valley Temple – Saqqara Pyramid – Memphis City|
|Cairo||Visit: The Egyptian Museum – Salah El Din Citadel – Mohamed Ali Mosque – The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization – Khan El Khalili Bazaar|
|Luxor||Visit: Karnak Temples – Luxor Temple -Hatshepsut Temple – Valley of the Kings – Colossi of Memnon|
|Aswan||Visit: Abu Simbel Temples – Philae Temple – Edfu Temple – Kom Ombo Temple – The Unfinished Obelisk – Aswan High Dam|
|Hurghada||Enjoy: Free Days – Safari Trip – Diving Excursion|
Once your flight lands at Cairo International Airport and put your first steps in Egypt, you will be warmly welcomed by our formal “Trips in Egypt” employee who will help you to finish your arrival procedures and travel formalities. And outside of the terminal, you will find your personal driver who will transfer you to your 5* hotel reservation to check-in.
By the night-time, you will be in the presence of a memorable dinner meal within the blissful Nile River with some musical shows and free yourself with magical atmospheres that make you feel as if you are in heaven. Then, you will be back at your hotel
Start your second day in Egypt with a delicious breakfast at the hotel then you will be guided by a modern A.C vehicle to visit Giza Pyramids Complex including:
Khufu pyramid was built upon the request of Pharaoh Cheops, the second ruler of the fourth dynasty and it’s considered the first and largest pyramid built at Giza Plateau.
In addition to Khufu Pyramid, you will extend to the second largest pyramid of King Chephren, the son of Cheops.
The third-smallest pyramid at Giza Plateau belongs to Pharaoh Menkaure which stands alongside the other two pyramids.
The wild ghost of the Giza Pyramids Complex “The Sphinx” served as the safe guardian of the three timeless pyramids of Giza. This very largely structured statue which is dedicated to Chephren has the body of a lion and the face of a pharaoh and this is a representation of strength and wisdom.
The Valley temple is the best-persevered site all over Egypt which served as the home of mummification as well as an important mortuary temple for religious rituals. This wonderful site was partly made from Tura limestone and apart from pink granite.
A lunch meal will be served at an amazing restaurant then visit:
The captivating Saqqara step pyramid is the first step pyramid ever built upon the request of King Djoser during the 27th century BC. It consists of six steps and Saqqara Step Pyramid served as a mastaba tomb for the king to facilitate his afterlife so that he could reborn.
Memphis city is an ancient Egyptian city founded by Pharaoh Menes and it served as the first ancient capital of the country due to its central location between Lower and Upper Egypt.
You will catch your flight to Hurghada and once you arrive there, you will be taken by a private vehicle to 5* hotel to check-in and spend the night.
This is the time for your first recreational activities in Hurghada away from the ancient monuments. You will marvel at the wonderful landscapes of the Egyptian deserts with a desert safari by quads including a camel ride and a B.B.Q dinner then back to the hotel.
Continue Hurghada activities with an amazing Scuba Diving trip with a professional instructor to enjoy the masterpieces of the Red Sea, impress the coral reefs and the distinctive kinds of sea creatures, and by the end of the day, you will get back to your hotel.
Breakfast then you’ll get ready to start your Nile cruise trip by around 3 hrs driving by a private A.C car to Luxor where you will meet your personal tour guide to tour the East Bank Highlights:
No monumental site in Egypt is more magnificent than Karnak Temple so if you are mainly fond of the unbelievable historical relics and the ancient architecture and art, you will truly enjoy much more at Karnak Temple. In addition, it’s the most impressive temple founded in Ancient Egypt, this majestic site is a truly significant religious center for many deities.
Check-in 5* deluxe Nile cruise to enjoy your lunch meal.
You will be guided once more by the evening time to discover
The marvelous Luxor temple was established upon the request of King Amenhotep III and it belongs to the god Amun.
Overnight on board.
Continue your 11 days Egypt vacation with a guided trip to the most wonderful attractions in the West Bank:
Hatshepsut Temple is one of the most significant monumental attractions on the west bank of the Nile. It belongs to the great Queen Hatshepsut and it was mainly erected to honor the achievements of the only female ruler in Egypt history.
The Valley of the Kings is just a piece of diamond on the west bank of the Nile that can never be missed. More than 60 royal burial graves of the rulers of the 18th and 19th dynasties with much more of the hidden treasures and precious belongings will be waiting for your exploration.
The Colossi of Memnon is just the twin massive statues of quartzite sandstone standing on the west bank of the Nile and they were constructed upon the request of Pharaoh Amenhotep III, one of the rulers of the 18th dynasty.
You will get back to your Nile cruise for lunch while sailing and overnight on the cruise.
Breakfast then join your highly qualified Egyptologist by a horse carriage to witness:
Edfu temple is a well-preserved site dated back to the Ptolemaic Period which is dedicated to the god Horus and its significance is due to its unique decorations and its timeless contents.
Lunch onboard the cruise then continue sailing to visit:
Kom Ombo Temple
This significantly structured temple was constructed during the Ptolemy ruling period. Kom Ombo temple is a double temple, dedicated to Honor some of the ancient deities like Khonsu, Sobek, and Horus.
Back to the Nile cruise for an overnight stay and sail to Aswan.
Early morning, you will get your breakfast boxes before your private tour guide will escort you in a modern A.C vehicle to the southwest for about 3 hrs driving to experience:
Abu Simbel Temples
Abu Simbel Temples is one of the must-see highlights in Egypt which was built during the reign of Ramses II. It consists of two twin temples, the main largest one is dedicated to the king himself and the other little one is dedicated to his wife, Queen Nefertari. What makes this temple is distinctive is that it’s related to a phenomenon that takes place every year on 22nd February and October which is named “The Sun Festival“, the sun shines over the faces of the four main statues seated at the entrance of the temple.
We will drive you to your Nile cruise in Aswan for a delicious lunch on board and overnight.
After having breakfast, you will check out the cruise and join your tour guide to enjoy:
Aswan High Dam was constructed by the order of president Gamal Abdul Nasser and it’s considered one of the best essential projects carried out in Egypt in the last 100 years. Its role was great to save the monumental highlights from the floods and after that, it became a valuable source of energy.
The Unfinished Obelisk is one of the symbols that represent the greatness of the ancient Egyptian architecture that belongs to the ruling period of Queen Hatshepsut. Its erection started in 1508 BC and it was first built at the entrance of Karnak Temple and most of the structure was cracked. However, its remnants still remain today.
Philae temple is one of the well-preserved classical structured temples which was built by Ptolemy II and completed by the Roman Emperors. This marvelous temple was about to be drowned in the destructive floods of the Nile. However, UNESCO did big efforts to move it to Agilkia Island to save it.
Have lunch at a good quality restaurant then fly to Cairo, check-in 5* hotel, and spend the night.
Breakfast then you will accompany one of our expert tour guides to visit:
The Egyptian Museum is a piece of heaven in which many hundreds of artifacts, relics, treasures, statues, and precious belongings related to the most well-known kings and rulers of Ancient Egypt like Tutankhamen and Amenhotep II.
Have your lunch at a local restaurant then we will drive you towards:
This massive fortification is one of the most impressive monuments in Egypt which was constructed in 1176 AD and completed in 1182 AD by the order of El Malek El Kamel who was the first ruler to have a seat in the citadel. The majestic Cairo citadel was mainly built to protect the country against the Crusaders’ attacks then it turned to be the center of the government.
Through the citadel, you will marvel at:
Cairo Citadel was decorated by Muhammed Ali Mosque or as it’s known “The Alabaster Mosque” which was designed by the skillful architect Yousuf Bushnak upon the order of Muhammed Ali Pasha and its establishment lasted from 1830 to 1848 AD.
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) is the key to fully explore all historical and cultural treasures of Egypt in the most relaxing and welcoming manner that dates back to more than 4500 years across all the time periods of Egypt which are Pre-historical, Ancient Egyptian Periods, Greco-Roman, Coptic, Islamic, and the contemporary modern times.
And at the end of the day, you will have a wonderful experience to:
Khan El Khalili Bazaar is the most well-known market in Africa which where you will taste the history of Egypt among the old districts and the Egyptian local traditions. The bazaar has a big selection of foods, souvenirs, and clothes that you can get some of them to immortalize your trip.
You will return to your hotel in Cairo.
Breakfast meal, check out then you will be taken to Cairo International Airport to catch a flight back home.
|Our Tour Guides|
|All of our tour guides are the finest group of professional Egyptologists with academic and vocational qualifications who gained positive reviews and recommendations about the majority of our valuable guests which you can check on TripAdvisor and explore their experience through their comments. We have the best operating & guiding team in each city who dedicates all their skills to make your dream vacation in the Land of Pharaohs a reality.|
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