This is an incredible 9 days package trip to the most well-known historical cities in Egypt such as Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor & Aswan. Step into the wonders of Giza Pyramids as well as Sakkara and Memphis City. Then head to the must-see attractions in the Nubian city of Aswan and marvel at the two temples of Abu Simbel. Continue your 9 days Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor & Aswan Egypt tour with the most impressive sightseeing in the glamorous city of Luxor where the real beauty and allure are hidden at Karnak Temple, Hatshepsut Temple, and Valley of the Kings. Explore the capital city of immortals and impress the splendors of Old and Islamic Cairo and you will end your Egypt vacation at the marvelous city of Alexandria and its magical masterpieces. Live the adventure and 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|
|Alexandria||Visit: Qaitbay Citadel – Pompey’s Pillar – Catacombs – Alexandria Library|
|Luxor||Visit: Karnak Temples – Luxor Temple – Hatshepsut Temple – Valley of the Kings – Colossi of Memnon|
|Aswan||Visit: Abu Simbel Temples – Philae Temple – The Unfinished Obelisk – Aswan High Dam|
Your 5 days Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor & Aswan overland Egypt tours start from the first moments of your arrival at Cairo International Airport where you will receive a warm greeting from one of our company representatives, holding the sign of “Trips in Egypt” and assist you to finish your travel procedures. Then, your tour guide will transfer you to check-in 5* hotel by a modern A.C vehicle.
You will be taken once more in the evening time to have an introductory experience in Cairo at night with the best majestic dinner meal over the Nile River and enjoy a belly dancing concert as well as a number of entertaining oriental and local shows then return to your hotel.
In the morning, breakfast then you will begin a guided day trip by a private air-conditioned car to enjoy witnessing:
“Giza Necropolis” as it’s named is one of the Seven Wonders in the world which contains the three magnificent pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinus in addition to other six small pyramids, the magical Sphinx and the wonderful Valley Temple.
The Great Pyramid of Giza is one of the tallest structures in the world which was created by the order of King Khufu to be his own immortal tomb. Its building started in 2580 BC and more than 2,000,000 blocks of limestone and 100,000 skillful workers were used in its establishment process.
This timeless hero was established at Giza Plateau to guard the ancient masterpieces at the complex. The Great Sphinx was one of the most distinctive relics of the ancient pharaohs due to its strange design since it has a lion’s body and a king’s head. This abnormal structure was carved out of colossal limestone and its height reaches 73 M and width 19 M.
The Valley Temple is one of the best well-known mummification spots in Ancient Egypt which was erected in the Old Kingdom in 2686 BC and it acted as a precious source of information about how the mummification processes were performed and the nature of the mortuary rituals.
You will spend some leisure while you have your lunch at a reputable nice view restaurant then move to visit:
This fabulous monument is one of the most impressive pyramids built in Ancient Egypt by Imhotep, the organizer of King Djoser. What makes it unique is that it was the first pyramid in the world, it was made of six steps and its height reaches 62 M.
Memphis City which is situated at the entrance of the Nile Valley had been discovered by King Menes Narmer in 2925 BC. It is the first capital of Ancient Egypt as well as it acted as an immortalized religious center. Your tour guide will assist you to observe the site well and know much more about its history.
You will get back to your hotel for an overnight stay.
After having breakfast at the hotel, you will catch a direct flight for around an hour to Aswan and once you arrive, you will find one of our professional Egyptologists to witness:
The 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.
You will be taken to a Nile view restaurant to have lunch then check-in at 5* hotel to spend the rest of the day at leisure.
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:
The majestic Abu Simbel temple 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 “Abu Simbel Sun Festival“, the sun shines over the faces of the four main statues seated at the entrance of the temple.
You will be taken back to Aswan for a tasty lunch at an Egyptian wonderful restaurant then you will be led to your hotel in Aswan.
On the fifth day, breakfast then get ready to take 1st class train to Luxor and once you arrive, you will meet your personal tour guide to tour the East Bank Highlights:
Karnak temple is the biggest open-air museum in the world where much of Ancient Egypt’s history was hidden. Karnak Temple which was considered the most important religious center in Ancient Egypt was established more than 4000 years and it witnessed the worship rituals of an endless number of deities like Isis and Osiris.
Lunch meal will be served at a high-quality restaurant then move to check in 5* hotel.
You will be guided once more by the evening time to discover:
The enchanting Luxor temple was created in 1400 BCE by the order of King Amenhotep III and it’s dedicated to the god Amun. Luxor Temple is considered an example of the magnificence of the ancient Egyptian arts and structures.
You will spend the night at your hotel in Luxor.
On your 6th day in Egypt, you will step into the West Bank attractions with your tour guide to witness:
Queen Hatshepsut temple or as it’s named “Deir El Bahari” was constructed during the 18th dynasty and it’s dedicated to Queen Hatshepsut, one of the most powerful rulers in Ancient Egypt history and the only female that ruled Egypt.
Valley of the Kings is a Royal gravesite located on the west bank of the Nile River consists of 63 glorious tombs of the most renowned kings and rulers of Ancient Egypt, each one of them has an endless number of precious treasures, relics, and jewelry.
The Colossi of Memnon is a monumental site of the two large standing statues made from quartzite sandstone and they are dedicated to the magnificent King Amenhotep III.
Enjoy an Egyptian lunch meal at a Nile view restaurant then be back to your hotel in Luxor.
Breakfast then you will fly to Cairo in the morning time and in Cairo, 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. Cairo citadel was mainly built to protect the country against the Crusader’s 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 a true miracle that offers every traveler the chance to explore all the legendary culture and history through a number of amazing Pharaonic, Archaic, Greco-Roman, Medieval, Coptic, Islamic, and modern & contemporary artifacts that will be displayed on a massive advance exhibition hall.
And at the end of the day, you will have a wonderful experience to:
Khan El Khalili bazaar 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.
Check-in a super 5* hotel in Cairo to spend the night.
You will start a marvelous day tour by a private air-conditioned car to Alexandria must-see attractions:
The Pompey’s Pillar is an ancient imperial column made from red granite that was believed it was built around 300 AD by the Crusaders and it’s one of the ancient wonders since its extreme height reaches 28 M tall.
The Roman gravesite was erected in the 2nd century AD and the Catacombs of Alexandria is considered one of the most famous of the Middle Age wonders. What makes it a must-see attraction is that it’s a wonderful structure that combines Roman art and Pharaonic design.
Qaitbay citadel is an Islamic architectural fortress erected by Ashraf Sayf El-Din Qa’itbay in the 15th century, taking the same place as the destructive Alexandria Lighthouse.
You will get a delicious lunch meal at a fish restaurant then make your last stop to:
Alexandria Library is the most well-famed cultural spot in the Middle East and it’s the truly wealthy home of the most unique books of all fields in Arabic, English, and French.
We will transfer you back to your hotel in Cairo.
Check out after breakfast meal then our representative will transfer you to Cairo Airport to catch a flight back home safely.
|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.|
|All of our vehicles are air-conditioned and handled by a professional driver. We pick the most suitable modern vehicles during all of our tours with different sizes and shapes which depend on the number of travelers and the type of the tour. All our vehicles are in the process of continuous updating to live to the highest expectations.|
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We did two tours through TIE and I would highly recommend them. Our guide in Cairo & Alex was Mohamed El Shemi and in Luxor & Aswan was Mahmoud Nour Both of the guides were excellent. They were considerate of our wants and needs. It was very hot and the cold water supplied and the air-conditioned vehicles were greatly appreciated. They made our trip fascinating and fun. Riding a camel at the pyramids was one of the most awesome moments of my life. The Karnack Temple in Luxor is not to be missed. At all times on these tours, I felt safe and catered for. The whole experience of Egypt exceeded my expectations. The drivers were excellent and the tour moved at a pace dictated by us. Give it a try, you will be impressed