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Tour Details

Duration

15 Days / 14 Nights

Tour Location

Giza / Cairo / Alexandria / Aswan / Abu Simbel / Luxor / Dendara / Abydos / Hurghada

Tour Availability

Everyday

Pickup & Drop Off

Cairo International Airport

Tour Type

Private

Long Journey to Egypt Wonders

Capture lovely moments never be repeated with the best 15 days exceptional trip package in Egypt to impress the majestic legacy of Egypt. Impress the legendary Giza Pyramids, the divine Memphis city in addition to the Egyptian Museum in the fascinating Cairo. Experience Philae and Abu Simbel temples in Aswan then you will meet face to face with an endless number of attractions in the magical Luxor such as Karnak, Dendara and Abydos Temples in addition to Valley of the Kings and Queens. Hurghada will be the most fabulous stop will enjoy an exceptional quality of relaxation and joy besides the wonderful shores of the Red Sea. Book now!!

Tour Highlights

Cairo Attractions

  • Giza Pyramids
  • Saqqara Pyramid
  • Memphis City
  • The Egyptian Museum
  • Cairo Citadel
  • Khan El Khalili Bazaar

Luxor Attractions

  • Karnak Temple
  • Luxor Temple
  • Hatshepsut Temple
  • Valley of the Kings & Queens
  • Dendera & Abydos Temples
  • Habu Temple

Aswan Attractions

  • Abu Simbel Temples
  • Philae Temple
  • Aswan High Dam
  • Unfinished Obelisk

Alexandria Attractions

  • Qaitbay Citadel
  • Pompey's Pillar
  • Alexandria Library
  • Catacombs

Tour Inclusions

  • The service of greeting and assist at Cairo Airport.

  • Domestic flights (Cairo to Aswan and Hurghada to Cairo).

  • Accommodation 5 nights at 5* hotel in Hurghada on All Inclusive basis.

  • Accommodation 4 nights at 5* hotel in Cairo on Bed and Breakfast basis.

  • Accommodation 3 nights at 5* hotel in Luxor on Bed and Breakfast basis.

  • Accommodation 2 nights at 5* hotel in Aswan on Bed and Breakfast basis.

  • 1st class train tickets from Aswan to Luxor.

  • Highly qualified tour guides through the tours.

  • Transfers by modern air-conditioned vehicles.

  • Admission fees to all the sights listed in the itinerary.

  • Meals mentioned in the itinerary.

  • All charges and taxes.

Tour Exclusions

  • International Airfare.

  • Entry Visa to Egypt.

  • Tipping.

  • Personal Expenses.

  • Any Optional Tours.

Tour Itinerary

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Day One : Arrival/Enjoy Dinner Cruise

Day One:Arrival/Enjoy Dinner Cruise

Counting your first minutes after you reach Cairo International Airport, you will be face to face with one of our company's delegates who will welcome and assist you within the travel formalities and passport procedures. Then, you will be taken to 5* hotel by a deluxe A/C vehicle to have a smooth check in and relax till the evening time when you will be guided to witness the inspiring Cairo and experience some of the oriental musical shows and local belly dancing and Tannura parties while you are having the most impressive dinner meal on the Nile River. Once you finish your dinner tour, you will be back to your hotel for an overnight stay.

Day Two : Trip to Giza Pyramids and Saqqara

Day Two:Trip to Giza Pyramids and Saqqara

Have 5* breakfast meal at the hotel then your highly qualified tour guide will join you by a private A/C vehicle to visit:

Giza Pyramids Complex

This truly legendary historical destination was structured within the reign of the 4th dynasty and till today, this monumental site is still impressed by millions of Egyptian visitors as one of the World Wonders. Three significant massive pyramids of stone are the most remarkable monuments in the site and the largest one of them is the Pyramid of Cheops which is dedicated to Pharaoh Khufu and built of 2,300,000 blocks of stone.

The Great Sphinx

The Great Sphinx is the largest guardian of the royal cemeteries at Giza Plateau which is believed that it's dedicated to Pharaoh Khafre. The scared Sphinx gained its fame due to its abnormal structure since the statue is shaped as a human head lion as a symbol of strength and wisdom. The Greek word "Sphinx" is the translation of the ancient Egyptian word "Ssp Ankh" meaning the living image and this explains its own structure.

The Valley Temple

The Valley temple is one of the best-preserved monuments at Giza Pyramids Complex. It's originally established as a mortuary temple for Pharaoh Cheops and his family members then it became one of the most popular spots of purification and mummification where the ancient kings and nobles purified, mummified, and prepared with food, treasures and their golden possessions for the afterlife.

Have a good quality lunch at an Egyptian restaurant then proceed to visit

Saqqara Step Pyramid

No visit to Giza is complete without impressing the first pyramid ever built in Egypt. Saqqara Step Pyramid is the most remarkable achievements of King Djoser which had been structured within the period of the 3rd dynasty. This stepping stone building consists of 6 marvelous layers and stands 203 feet.

Memphis City

Memphis City served as the capital of Egypt during the ruling period of the Old Kingdom when the god Ptah was worshipped. This imperial city was known as the "White Wall" believing that it referred to the palace of the king which was made from whitewashed stones. The word "Memphis" was thought to be a Greek word that equals "Men-Nefer" in the ancient Egyptian language meaning constant and beautiful.

You will be driven to your hotel for an overnight stay.

Day Three : Visit Aswan Highlights

Day Three:Visit Aswan Highlights

Have breakfast then you will catch your flight to Aswan. Once you reach, your private tour guide will join you to enjoy the best historical landmarks in the Nubian city including:

The High Dam

Aswan High Dam is just a captivating engineering feat that is listed as the most remarkable project that belongs to the ruling period of President Gamal Abdul Nasser. The project had started in 1960 to cover around 12,500 feet across and it was completed by 1971 to be responsible for almost half of the electricity generation in the country.

The Unfinished Obelisk

It's the most massive obelisk ever established in Ancient Egypt and it was carved from the red granite. This large monument measured 140 feet in length and it had never been completed till a flaw in the rock was found then it was abandoned. Have a delicious lunch at a good restaurant then move to visit:

Philae Temple

Philae is one of the most impressive temples which currently sits on Agilika Island. The temple rose to be the worship center of the goddess Isis during the Ptolemaic Period.

Check-in 5* hotel to spend the night in Aswan.

Day Four : Tour to Abu Simbel Temples

Day Four:Tour to Abu Simbel Temples

You will receive your breakfast boxes then you will be driven by a modern A/C vehicle to Abu Simbel with your professional tour guide to visit:

Abu Simbel Temples

No tour to Aswan is complete without witnessing Abu Simbel Temple. Abu Simbel is one of the incomparable monuments in Egypt history and it's the main representation of the glamour of ancient Egyptian architecture. The temple was remarkably carved into the mountains within the ruling time of Pharaoh Ramses II and it consists of two twin temples; the main temple was devoted to the king and the other secondary one was erected to honor his inspiring Queen Nefertari.

Return to Aswan for lunch at a Nile view restaurant then drive to your hotel.

Day Five : Tour to East Bank Attractions in Luxor

Day Five:Tour to East Bank Attractions in Luxor

Breakfast at the hotel in Aswan then you will board 1st class train to Luxor. Once you get to Luxor, you will meet your fluent tour guide to cover the best monumental sites in the east bank of the Nile including:

Karnak Temple

The first stop in Luxor will be Karnak Temple; the most massive temple ever established by man. This truly unique site consists of three main buildings, covering 247 acres of land. Its uniqueness isn't only due to its vast size, but also since it exhibits a very unique type of decorations and drawings over its walls. Being the largest religious site, Karnak was mainly constructed for the worship of Amun, Khonsu, and Mut.

Proceed to have lunch at a deluxe restaurant then check in 5* hotel. In the evening, prepare yourself to visit

Luxor Temple

In the World's Largest Outdoor Museum, the temple of Luxor is a mark of the ancient civilization, truly remarkable monument in the heart of Luxor City. Unlike the other temples in the city, Luxor Temple was not constructed for the worship of a god or a figure of the kings, but for the rejuvenation of kingship. You will get back to your hotel to spend the night in Luxor.

Day Six : Tour to West Bank Attractions in Luxor

Day Six:Tour to West Bank Attractions in Luxor

Join your tour guide to visit the must-see attractions in the west bank including:

Hatshepsut Temple

Queen Hatshepsut is distinguished as one of the most successful pharaohs of Ancient Egypt and the only female ruler of Egypt history. Her reign was peaceful and prosperous and as a result, it witnessed a wide variety of achievements and one of them was her own mortuary temple which commemorates all her great works on its walls.

Valley of the Kings

It's an ancient burial site that contains the tombs of the Ancient Egypt kings of the dynasties 17, 18, and 19. Valley of the Kings is one of the most astonishing monumental attractions which consists of 63 royal tombs and most of them were erected for the pharaohs and the members of the nobility

Have a tasty lunch on an island so your tour includes a boat ride in the Nile. Then move to witness:

Colossi of Memnon

The legendary Colossi of Memnon is the guardians of the Mortuary Temple of Amenhotep III. The temple consists of two spectacular twin statues sitting at the entrance of Luxor and it gained its fame due to its majestic appearance.

You will get back to your hotel for an overnight stay.

Day Seven : Visit Habu and Valley of the Queens

Day Seven:Visit Habu and Valley of the Queens

Breakfast then you will be escorted by your experienced tour guide to continue your trip in Luxor by a private A/C vehicle and visit:

Valley of the Queens

Valley of the queens is just an impressive burial ground for the royal queens, princesses and the members of nobility. The site is located on the west bank of the Nile and it consists of 90 imperial tombs. Since the Ancient Egyptians believed in the afterlife, they designed this monumental site to protect the mummies of the queens, their treasures, food, and all the necessities they may need to enjoy the afterlife.

Habu Temple

Medinet Habu was commissioned by Ramsses III which is a stunning insight with its pylon and much more of the original decorations are still well preserved on its walls. Medinet Habu served as a walled city with the temple and an administrative centre inside to protect the original inhabitants during the war time.

Lunch will be served at a good quality restaurant then move to visit:

Deir El-Medina

Or as it's named "The Workers' Village"; it s the house of the craftsmen who served the kings and the ruling families and it s the finest example of an ancient well-preserved town. Over 70 families had lived in this place while they were working for the royal tombs like Valley of the Kings.

You will be driven to your hotel in Luxor.

Day 8 : A Trip to Dendara & Abydos Temples / Transfer to Hurghada

Day 8: A Trip to Dendara & Abydos Temples / Transfer to Hurghada

On your eighth day in the land of pharaohs, let's enjoy your breakfast then you will be guided by a deluxe A/C vehicle to witness two of the most inspiring temples in Ancient Egypt:

Dendera Temple

Or as it's named "Temple of Hathour" is located at Dendara city, north of Luxor. Dendara temple was planned and first constructed by Ptolemy XII and Cleopatra II then the Romans had completed its final decorations. It was believed the temple was mainly founded to sanctify the ancient Egyptian deities just like the Goddess of Hathour.

Abydos Temple

Abydos roses as one of the most significant religious sites for the ancient pharaohs and most of them dreamed of visiting it since they believed that the temple is the entrance into the afterlife world. Abydos temple had been designed by Seti I who already started the process of its establishment then his son the Great Ramsses II had completed it.

Then your lunch will be served at a very good reputable restaurant and this is the time to be taken to Hurghada by a modern A/C vehicle to check in 5* hotel and spend the night.

Day Nine : Free Day in Hurghada

Day Nine:Free Day in Hurghada

Have a free day to enjoy on the beach or explore the city on your own.

Day Ten : Scuba Diving in Hurghada

Day Ten:Scuba Diving in Hurghada

Breakfast at the hotel then you will be taken to enjoy Scuba Diving excursion with a very professional instructor, witnessing the charming coral reefs and exploring the underwater life then back to your hotel.

Day Elevent : Free Day in Hurghada

Day Elevent:Free Day in Hurghada

Have a free day to enjoy on the beach or explore the city on your own.

Day Twelf : Safari trip in Hurghada

Day Twelf:Safari trip in Hurghada

Have breakfast at the hotel before you will start Desert Safari by quads to experience the majestic desert life and enjoy B.B.Q dinner then return to your hotel.

Day Thirteen : Enjoy the Best of Cairo

Day Thirteen:Enjoy the Best of Cairo

Breakfast then you will catch the flight to Cairo where you will meet your personal Egyptologist to discover the best must-visit sightseeing including:

The Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum is the homeland of a rare collection of 5000 years of relics which presents more than 250,000 genuine antiquities including the marvelous exhibition of the great king Tutankhamun in addition to thousands of other treasures and monumental belongings.

Enjoy your lunch at a good local restaurant in the heart of Cairo then move to visit:

Salah El Din Citadel

Cairo Citadel is a spectacular fortification which was established the ruling time of Salah EL Din Ayyubid to protect the city against the Crusader invasion. The process of the citadel's construction had started in 1176 AD and completed by 1182 AD [touristattraction img="2020/03/mohamed-ali-mosque.jpg" name="Mohamed Ali Mosque"] When Muhammed Ali ruled the country, he decided to demolish the buildings of the Mamluks within the citadel and built his alabaster mosque between 1830 and 1848 to be one of the most recognizable Islamic landmarks in Cairo.

Khan El Khalili Bazaar

You cannot leave Cairo without visiting Khan El Khalili Bazaar, the oldest market in the Middle East where you will have a wonderful shopping experience and buy clothes, souvenirs, perfumes etc

Check in 5* hotel to spend the night.

Day Fourteen : Best of Alexandria Attractions

Day Fourteen: Best of Alexandria Attractions

You will be picked up by a private air conditioned vehicle and joining your tour guide to visit Alexandria must-see attractions:

Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa

It's a Roman site which consists of a large number of significantly decorated graves. The catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa are listed as one of the Middle Ages Wonders which is thought it was used for burials during the 2nd century AD by a very wealthy Roman family.

Pompey's Pillar

The Pompey's Pillar is a Roman triumphal column which was established around 300 AD to honor the Roman Emperor Augustus Diocletian. This monument was made from the red granite and it measured around 100 feet tall.

Qaitbay Citadel

Qaitbey Citadel is the first defensive line of the city of Alexandria against the advances of the Ottoman army which was structured by Sultan Qaitbey in the 14th century.

A delicious lunch will be served at a fish restaurant then move to visit:

Alexandria Library

This is the time to enjoy a very fabulous cultural tour to one of the largest scientific establishments in the world. The Library of Alexandria is the most significant of the 21st century achievements which contains more than 10 millions books of all fields in addition to a conference center and other specialized libraries.

Transfer back to your hotel in Cairo.

Day 15 : End Your 15 Days Tour in Egypt

Day 15: End Your 15 Days Tour in Egypt

Sadly, this is the have your last breakfast before you leave Egypt then our representative will transfer you to Cairo International to fly back home.

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What to Pack For This Tour

  • Camera.
  • Comfortable shoes.
  • Sunblock & Sunglasses.
  • Warm clothes in winter.
  • Cotton clothes in summer.
  • Valid Passport for 6 months.

Note: Check our blog about what to pack for Egypt.

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