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Cairo/Alex/Luxor/Aswan 6-Day Silver Package

Created with Sketch. Cairo ,Alexandria, Luxor, Aswan, Egypt
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Duration

6 days 5 nights

Tour Type

Specific Tour

Group Size

Unlimited

Languages

English, Espanol, Francais, German, Italian, Russian

Overview

From the unbelievable views you see while on a camel ride away from all the crowds and right into the deserts of the Great Pyramids of Giza in the morning to the cheerful and lively spirit of Khan Al-Khalili at night in Cairo, then all the way to explore the grand heritage to see the monuments of Luxor in the utmost refreshing experience with the most experienced and fun Egyptologists.

During your trip, you will be assisted with Egyptologists and guides at all times, picked up and dropped off from your locations by our air-conditioned vehicles. Camel rides, snacks, water, monuments entrance fees are all covered.

Accommodation plan:

Cairo: Mercure Cairo Pyramids

Luxor: Aracan Eatabe Luxor Hotel, Iberotel Luxor

Aswan: Helnan Aswan

Note: The rate will increase by 40% during high seasons (New Year, Easter & Christmas)

 

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Visit Cairo's significant monuments.
  • Tour the Great Pyramids of Giza
  • Visit the ancient roman monuments of Alexandria
  • Explore Temple of Philae
  • Visit the golden city and temple of Kom Ombo
  • Tour the exceptional temples of Luxor; i.e Hatshepsut and Karnak and others
  • Converse with Egyptologists as tour guides

Itinerary

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Day 1: Arrival to Cairo, Visit Cairo Monuments

When arriving to Cairo, our representative will be waiting for you to help with passport control and luggage. You will directly start your full day journey. Thirty kilometers away from Cairo lies the site of Saqqara where pyramid building in Egypt first began. There, you will visit the Pyramid of Djoser. This pyramid is the earliest colossal stone building in Egypt. This structure is a fundamental part of the Egyptian history as other pyramids was based on it with improvements.
Then, the tour continues by a visit to Dahshur Pyramids (Red and Bent Pyramids), which were a huge step and learning experience for Ancient Egyptians to switch from step-sided pyramids to smooth-sided pyramids. Dahshur has multiple pyramids, but the most famous two are Red and Bent Pyramids and re are among the oldest, largest, and best preserved in Egypt, built from 2613–2589 BC.
We’ll wrap up with a drive to one of the oldest and most important cities in ancient Egypt, Memphis. There you'll get to see a monumental statue of Ramses II and a beautiful sphinx carved from a single, enormous piece of alabaster. Afterwards, you'll be taken back to your hotel to call it a night.

Meals: N/A

Day 2: Visit Alexandria from Cairo

Time for our road trip, after breakfast you'll head from Cairo to Alexandria. You'll start by visiting the Roman Amphitheater, which is the only one of its type in Egypt. The theatre used to host huge ceremonies and events with a capacity of 600 spectators on marble seats. Afterwards, you'll visit Pompey's Pillar, which is the name given to this Roman triumphal column; set up in honor of the Augustus Diocletian between 298-302 AD. You’ll finish our Roman Era exploration with the Catacombs of Kom Ash Shuqqafa; these catacombs make up the largest-known Roman burial site in Egypt and one of the last major works of construction dedicated to the religion of ancient Egypt. They were originally constructed in the 2nd century AD.
You'll later stroll through the garden of Montazah and visit Alexandria's enormous library and cultural center. And while in Alexandria, we can't of course forget the Citadel of Qaitbay.
You'll later head back to Cairo and off to your hotel.

Meals: Breakfast and lunch

Day 3: Museum, Pyramids, Khan Visit

The day will start by visiting the museum of Egyptian Antiques, where it's the home of 120,000 of ancient Egyptian Antiques Collection that dates up to 6000 years old, including the Tutankhamun exhibit, which contains his golden Mask and jewelry.
Afterwards, you will visit the Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx. Where you will have a 20-minute camel ride across the great Pyramids and visit the Panoramic Place. Then, the tour will continue by visiting the Valley Temple of Khafre, in which the priests mummified the dead body of king Khafre. In the afternoon, you'll be taken to a local restaurant to try one of the oriental Egyptian meals for lunch.
You can't miss spending an unforgettable night at Khan El-Khalili Bazaar. In the evening, you'll visit this Bazaar which is in the historic center of Cairo; It was established as a center of trade in the Mamluk era. The Bazaar has various products of all kinds and shapes, from Silver, Copper, Brassware to Gold and Leather Goods. Later on, you'll be escorted back to your hotel.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 4: Luxor Visits

In the early morning, a ride will be waiting to pick you up from your hotel after breakfast and take you to the airport to depart to Luxor. When you arrive, our Egyptologist will be waiting for you to start your journey.
You'll start with visiting the west bank to see the beautifully painted royal tombs at the Valley of Kings. For over a thousand years, the kings, queens, and nobles of the New Kingdom (1500-1070 B.C.) were buried in this valley, which is the world's most magnificent burial ground. During our excursion at the Valley of kings, you'll visit the temple of Deir El-Bahri, which means in Arabic, the “Temple of the Northern Monastery”. Our next stop will be the classical pieces of art, Hatshepsut's temple, and the Colossi of Memnon.
In the afternoon, you'll go to one of Luxor's primary temples, the Luxor temple. To the rear of the temple are chapels built by Amenhotep III of the 18th Dynasty, and Alexander. Other parts of the temple were built by Tutankhamun and Ramesses II. During the Roman era, the temple and its surroundings were a legionary fortress and the home of the Roman government in the area.
Then, you'll cross to the east bank, where you'll have an excursion to some of Luxor's temples including Karnak. Karnak remains the most remarkable religious complex ever built on earth. Its 250 acres of temples and chapels, obelisks, columns, and statues were built over 2,000 years. It visualizes Egyptian art and architecture into a great historical monument of stone. Later on, we'll head back to the hotel to spend the night.

Meals: Breakfast.

Day 5: Aswan Visit

After breakfast, you will be escorted to Aswan with one of our air-conditioned vehicles, straight to your hotel for check in. In the afternoon, it’ll be time to explore the ancient monuments of Aswan and You'll start with one of Egypt’s most beautiful temples, the Temple of Isis at Philae. You'll sail there to the island of Agilkia, after visiting the temple you'll get a chance to see Aswan's high dam. From there you can see a great view of lake Nasser. You'll later be escorted to your hotel and will spend the night in Aswan.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 6: Abu Simbel Visit then Departure from Cairo

After breakfast, you'll have trip down to South Aswan to visit the Temples of Abu Simbel. There, you'll tour the four colossal statues of Ramses in front of the main temple are. By means of a complex engineering feat in the 1960s and with co-operation with UNESCO, the temples were salvaged from the rising waters of the Nile River caused by erection of the Aswan High Dam. They are a monument to the king Ramesses II. His wife Nefertari and children also have smaller figures (in picture attached), considered to be of lesser importance and were not given the same position of scale. This commemorates his victory at the Battle of Kadesh. The external rock relief figures have become an icon of the city of Nubia in Aswan.
When you go back to Aswan, you will be directly taken to the airport to travel back to Cairo. When you arrive at Cairo, you'll head to Cairo Airport for final departure.

Meals: Breakfast

Included/Excluded

  • 3 nights 4-star hotel accommodation in Cairo (bed and breakfast)
  • 1 night 4-star hotel accommodation in Luxor (bed and breakfast)
  • 1 night 4-star hotel accommodation in Aswan (bed and breakfast)
  • Entry fees + Taxes and Services
  • Transportation by air-conditioned vehicles
  • Expert tour guides
  • Camel ride
  • water
  • Domestic airfare: (Cairo/Luxor) (Aswan/Cairo)
  • Egypt's entry Visa
  • Personal shopping
  • Tipping
  • Any other items not mentioned
  • Any optional tours
  • Optional add-ons

Durations

Multi day

Languages

English
Espanol
Francais
German
Italian
Russian

Tour's Location

Created with Sketch. Cairo ,Alexandria, Luxor, Aswan, Egypt

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Extras
  • Egypt's entry visa($ 30)
  • Tour inside the Great Pyramid ($ 27)
  • Tour inside the Middle Pyramid ($ 10)
  • Dinner over a Nile view with a show of a belly dancer and Tanura($ 45)
  • Visit the inside of King Tutankhamen's Tomb at Valley of the Kings ($ 55)
  • Hot Air-balloon in Luxor($ 110)