4 Days Cairo & Nile Cruise excursion from Hurghada is a journey of spiritual completion across the golden historical gems of this miraculous civilization. Trips in Egypt will unveil the divine magnificence and thrilling glory of the blessed city of Egypt. Trips in Egypt team will deliver to all our honorable guests all the means of comfort across all the ideal services, accommodations, Nile cruise, and transportation, plus the knowledge of professional tour guides on this golden quest across time and space.
Everyone will enjoy living in a paradise for magical 4 days!! This is what you will find once you book our 4 days Cairo & Nile cruise excursion from Hurghada. You will witness some of the most magnificent touristic sites in Cairo, Luxor & Aswan. In Cairo, you will find yourself among the three notorious pyramids of Giza and the Wonderful Egyptian Museum then you will start 3 nights Nile cruise by witnessing Aswan's major sightseeing just as Philae Temple and the High Dam, and sail to Kom Ombo Temple and Edfu Temple, and end your Nile cruise tour in Luxor among Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut Temple and Karnak Temple before you will return to the marvelous city resort of Hurghada. Discover the magnificent treasures of the golden cities of Egypt and be part of this heavenly journey.Read More
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|Pickup & Drop Off||From Your Hotel In Hurghada|
|Tour Duration||4 Days / 3 Nights|
|Tour Type||Historical Tour|
Fly to Cairo Attractions From Hurghada / Fly to Aswan from Cairo
In the early morning, you will be taken by our "Trips in Egypt" employee from your hotel to Hurghada Airport to catch an hour flight to Cairo. Upon your arrival, one of our highly qualified tour guides will greet you at Cairo Airport then he will escort you to visit Cairo's must-see touristic sites by a private deluxe vehicle the first stop will be at:
No memorable visit to Egypt is more impressive than the Pyramids of Giza. It's one of the most recognizable monumental sites in history where you will be in direct contact with three enchanting pyramids dating back to the reign of the 4th dynasty Giza Plateau is the home of these pyramids which attracts adventurers and travelers from all over the world.
The celestial Giza Pyramid of Khufu has the power to reach the golden heavens and be the most recognizable archaeological structure on the face of the earth. The gigantic pyramid was built in 2570 BC which is dedicated to King Cheops (2609 BC - 2584 BC) to be his final resting place and it served as the keeper of the king's treasures and his mummy plus his gate leading to paradise. The Pyramid is made of 2.3 million limestone blocks weighing 6 million tons that have a height of 138.5 meters (454.4 ft) plus in the pyramid is an advanced interior as seen across the grand hall and the king's chamber.
Another significant element at Giza Pyramids Complex is a massive sculpture of a human-headed lion constructed upon the order of Pharaoh Chephren (2558–2532 BC) and many myths believed that its head indicated to the king himself. What's unrecognizable today is how the wise and strong Sphinx gained its name and what it means. However, most historians indicated that "Sphinx" is a Greek word that means the living image.
This sacred site is also located at Giza Pyramids Complex and it's a funerary temple used for King Khafre and his family members. The Valley temple is a very common spot at Giza Plateau which attracts many visitors and it shows how important is the 4th dynasty in the development of Egyptian architecture. This funerary attraction used to be the center of the Opening of the Mouth which is also known as the mummification and purification process so the royal family can be ready for their journey to the afterlife.
The Grand Egyptian Museum is a beautiful attraction that became fully complete around 2023 to display many golden treasures of bliss and majesty. The Gem is a marvelous historical place that contains over 100,000 artifacts that have the power to shed light on some of the great tales ever told in history and uncover many epic facts about the legendary heritage of the ancient Egyptian civilization.
It's the time when your lunch will be ready at a good Egyptian restaurant then proceed to:
It's too hard to miss the Egyptian Museum while you are in Cairo. This centrally located museum was opened in 1902 and it was mainly set up to house ancient Egyptian artifacts, so you will have an appointment with an endless selection of magical antiquities.
End your Cairo tour then you will fly to Aswan to continue your 4 days tour once you arrive, our professional delegate will transfer you to one of 5* deluxe Nile cruises to check in and spend the night on board.
Tour to Aswan Highlights & Sail to Kom Ombo
After breakfast on the cruise, your personal tour guide will pick you up to start your Nile cruise tour by witnessing Aswan sightseeing:
Philae temple complex is one of the last temples to be created in Egypt during the Ptolemaic period between 380-362 BC that exhibit the magical architectural style of the ancient Egyptians. The artworks and architecture on the colossal temple were dedicated to the worship of Isis the goddess of healing and motherhood. The temple can convey some amazing tales about ancient Egyptian mythology.
The extraordinary Aswan High Dam was completed in the 60s across the miraculous lands of Aswan. The dam has provided Egypt with the means to provide hydroelectricity and save water during the times of annual floods to innovate the agriculture of the entire nation.
The blessed Unfinished Obelisk is a colossal monolith made for Queen Hatshepsut (1508-1458 BC) to be an immortal piece of art like any other but some things are not meant to be. The Unfinished Obelisk has the power to showcase how the ancient Egyptians' crafted the immortal obelisks of this everlasting civilization to glorify the BEN-BEN.
Have lunch on board the cruise while sailing and overnight.
Tour to Kom Ombo & Edfu Temples
In the morning, you will join your tour guide in a modern A/C car to visit:
The marvelous Kom Ombo temple is one of the most impressive historical sites in Upper Egypt which is dated back to the Ptolemaic Dynasty between 180 BC and 47 BC to be a unique archaeological wonder of art and architecture. Kom Ombo Temple has a great design of halls, courts, rooms, and sanctuaries which are dedicated to Horus the Elder and Sobek.
Back to the cruise for lunch and continue sail to visit by a horse carriage:
Edfu Temple is a divine creation of greatness and glory that was fully created in the Greco-Roman Period between 237 BC and 57 in the same location where Horus the sky falcon god, the patron of the temple defeated Set his evil uncle. The temple contains some great works of art that exhibit battle scenes where the fate of Egypt was decided.
Sail to Luxor and spend the night on board.
Visit Luxor Attractions - Back to Hurghada
Breakfast on the ship then you will be guided by your fluent Egyptologist to discover:
The Valley of the Kings is a mystical burial chamber that was used for over five centuries to house the remains of Egyptian kings of the 18th, 19th, and 20th dynasties between 1570 and 1050 BC during the New Kingdom, their kin, and their riches. This magnificent complex houses a staggering 63 royal tombs, hidden away from the prying eyes of the world in the core of a hidden hill. It was not until 1922 that the great Howard Carter uncovered this mystical site, and among its many treasures, the most renowned is the tomb of the illustrious King Tutankhamun. The contents of this site have captivated historians and scholars for centuries, leaving them in awe of its incredible wealth and power.
The mighty Hatshepsut temple is a breathtaking structure that pays homage to the great Queen Hatshepsut (1508-1458 BC) herself. This awe-inspiring temple took over 15 years to build and is nestled below the towering rocky cliffs of "Deir El Bahari" on the western bank of the Nile. Adorned with a grand terrace featuring lengthy columns, as well as three additional terraces that reach a towering 29 meters in height, this temple is a true marvel of ancient engineering. Beyond its impressive exterior lies the burial chamber of the queen, as well as a sacred sanctuary dedicated to the god Amun Ra.
"The Colossi of Memnon" are magnificent statues standing an impressive 60 feet tall each that guard the entrance of the enchanting Mortuary Temple of Amenhotep III (1391–1353 BC), a place of wonder and awe that has been shrouded in mystery for centuries. The temple features two smaller statues of the pharaoh's wife and mother, as well as intricate carvings and stunning architecture that are sure to leave you spellbound.
Lunch will be served at a high-quality restaurant then proceed to visit
Karnak temple is a magnificent temple complex situated on the eastern side of the Nile River and boasts a rich history dating back between 1971 and 30 BC when it was created. It comprises an impressive array of chapels, temples, and other awe-inspiring structures, which were constructed for the worship of the gods of the Theban triad of the 18th dynasty which is made of Amun, Khonsu, and Mut; that is found spanning 247 acres that in turn form the world greatest open-air museum.
Finally, you will be transferred back to your hotel in Hurghada by a private A/C car
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