From USD 1'850
Day 1: Welcome to Cairo
Your representative will meet & greet you at Cairo International Airport. Transfer by air-conditioned car to your hotel. Upon arrival at the hotel he will do your check in and give you detailed information concerning your excursion of tomorrow.
Day 2: Giza Pyramids
Welcome to the only remaining wonder of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world, we will visit Giza pyramids, we will see "the Giza pyramids", also there is Sphinx, Ancient Egyptians considers him as a God, The only statue has human face and body lion, and enjoy Camel Ride around Giza Pyramids, and we will visit is the oldest known Pyramid and the First Royal Tombs in the history is "Saqqara Pyramid" , which cantinas on" 6" terraces , and then we will see one of the richest cities in archaeological treasures at "Memphis", and in night you will back to Sphinx again to watch Sound and light show, you will learn more information about the pyramids and we will listen to the story of sphinx status, and you will enjoy The show is the most wonderful In the embrace of ancient civilization.
In one hour, the show would narrate the history of those great kings, their secrets, legends and secrets of ancient history, and then return back to your hotel.
Day 3: Free Day
It is free Day to rest in your hotel. Enjoy swimming pool or choose any Tour you want for one day, overnight in your hotel in Cairo
Day 4: Egyptian Museum
The Egyptian Museum, one of the Largest and most famous museums in the world, has the biggest collection of Egyptian items in the World, about 120,000 artifacts (some in the storeroom), some of the most famous collections are the contents of King Tutankhamen tomb and the Royal Mummy room, and we can see the Interior and Walls, The antiquities were distributed two floors, As for the First Floor you will see the treasures of King Tutankhamen tomb, the Animals mummy Room, the Royal Mummy Room and much more, The antiquities were distributed two floors, and from there, to visit the castle of king Saladin used to be the royal court for Egyptian kings more than seven hundred years in the same time you can see the Alabaster Mosque of Mohamed Ali pasha one of the famous highlights of the city and then go to the market khan el Khalili bazaar where you can see the real life of Cairo citizens finally go to check in Cairo hotel.
Day 5: fly to Luxor
Breakfast at the hotel with free time at your leisure, and then you will be transferred to Cairo International Airport to fly to Luxor by plane then you will arrive in Luxor airport, and you will check in your hotel in Luxor, overnight in your hotel.
Day 6: East Bank – Luxor
After your breakfast on Nile Cruise, you will start the tour of east bank of Luxor to see the two temples of Luxor temple and Karnack temple, and then you return to the Nile Cruise
Dinner and overnight on board
Day 7: West Bank
Once you eat breakfast on board, in the morning you will then head to the royal cemetery, Valley of the Kings, the burial site of more than 60 Pharaohs. See the Valley of the Kings, and of course the Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. From there, you will go to the Colossi of Memnon, and then return to to the Nile Cruise
Dinner and overnight on board
Day 8: Edfu _ Sail to Kom Ombo
After breakfast, visit the well-preserved Ptolemaic Temple dedicated to Horus at Edfu. Saiingl to Kom Ombo to see the unique Temple of Sobek, dedicated toSobek the crocodile god, and Horus the falcon-headed god. Lunch on board. Continue sailing to Aswan.
Dinner on board.
Overnight in Aswan.
Day 9: Aswan Nile Cruise Tours
After breakfast, you will Start your tour with the Unfinished Obelisk, Unfinished Obelisk still lies in the ancient granite quarries, It was abandoned because of a crack in the stone and still exist tools of the builders that give us an idea how work was done, If Unfinished Obelisk had been finished, it would have been the largest monolithic piece of stone ever handled weighing over 1000 tons, and then take the motorboat to the island where the Philae Temple is located and visit the temple of Isis that remained in use till 550AD when emperor Justinian closed it (it was the last pagan temple in use). According to legend Isis found the heart of Osiris here. Then move to visit the High Dam that was constructed between 1960 and 1970 to control floods, provide water for irrigation and generate electricity, the reservoir it created, Lake Nasser is 550km long and 35km wide. The dam itself is 111m tall, 3800m long and 980m wide at the base, 40m at the crest
Overnight in Aswan.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 10: Aswan to Cairo by Flights
Breakfast, check out, and then transfer to Aswan airport for the domestic flight to Cairo, upon arrival transfer to your hotel in Cairo, rest of the day free at leisure. Overnight
Day 11: Alexandria
After breakfast in your hotel, you will transfer to Cairo train station to board the train to Alexandria.
Welcome to Mediterranean Bride, the city of Alexander the favorite, Alexandria is the second biggest city in Egypt with 5 million population and biggest seaport, Alexandria was founded by Alexander the Great in 334 B.C. and it remained the capital of Egypt for more than 1000 years till the Arab conquest in 642 A.D.
Start your tour with exploring the Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa, one of the seven wonders of the Middle Ages, dating back to the first century A.D. Then Pompey’s pillar dating back, most probably, to the end of 3rd century and the remains of the serapeum, the ancient temple of god Serapes, in the neighborhood. In the same area scattered monuments dating back to different periods, in ancient times and since its foundation the Library of Alexandria was not only the biggest library but also the most important university. In our times the gigantic new Library was inaugurated in 2002 and it is a must see in Alexandria that you will visit and a have a guided tour inside it, The ancient lighthouse (Pharos) was one of the seven wonders of Ancient World before it was completely destroyed. Now in its location stands the fort of Qaitbay dating back to 15th century and represents an excellent example of military fortification during the Mamluk dynasty and you will enjoy a panoramic view from the top of the fort, Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa, Pompey’s pillar, the Serapeum ruins, the new Library of Alexandria (Bibliotheca Alexandrina) and the fort of Qaitbay, then drive to your hotel in Alexandria for overnight.
Day 12: Come Back to Cairo
Breakfast, then transfer to Alexandria train station to board the train back to Cairo, upon arrival you will be transferred to your hotel in Cairo. Overnight
Day 13: Bye Cairo
After having breakfast and checking out from your hotel go to see the old gates of the old Cairo and then go to Cairo international airport to take your flight back home
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