2-Giza Pyramids – Sphinx – Sakkara
3-Day Tour to Alexandria
4-Egyptian Museum ، citadel and Elmoez Street, old Islamic Cairo
5-Fly to Aswan First night on board
6-Abu simple Temple
7-Edfu Temple & Luxor (East bank)
8-Luxor (West bank)
9-Full-Day Abydos and Dendera Temple
10-Drive to Hurghada
11-Hurghada full activities
12-Hurghada full activities)
at Cairo International Airport
At Cairo International Airport, our travel representative will meet you and take you to your hotel in a company-owned vehicle. At the hotel, we like to present our visitors with a ‘Welcome’ drink. After that, the tour guide will assist you with the check-in process and provide you with the travel schedule so that you may plan ahead of time and ensure that the pick-up times are set for each day. You stay in Cairo for the rest of the night to relax and sleep.
Starting with The Pyramids of Cheops, Chechen, and Mykerinus, we will pick you up from your accommodation for the Giza Pyramids Tour. Then explore the Valley Temple and the Great Sphinx, both of which date from the time of the chaperon.
Then we’ll drive to see the earliest major stone construction in Egypt, the step pyramids of Zoser (Sakkara), and then eat at a restaurant.
We’ll ride a camel or horse into the desert at night and have our dinner there.
After breakfast at the hotel, start your Alexandria city visit by seeing The Alexandria Library, one of the old world’s most significant sources of information.
Visit the Library of Alexandria, Historians have always disagreed concerning who was the founder of the ancient library of Alexandria. Some claim it was Alexander the Great himself when he first established the city in the 4th century BC, while others assert that Ptolemy I or Ptolemy II established it in the 3rd century BC. What we are sure of today is that it was the greatest library in the world for quite a long period of time. The new library of Alexandria was established on the 22nd of October 2002 with the aid of the United Nations, with the number of books exceeding two million, it is now considered to be the fourth-largest francophone in the whole globe.
Then proceed to visit the Roman Amphitheatre, an archeological mission that was searching for the tomb of Alexander the Great unearthed in the 1960s unearthed the only example of the Roman amphitheater in Egypt. Constructed in the 4th century AD, the Roman theatre consists of 13 rows made out of white marble. It used to accommodate more than 600 spectators.
Later on, you will be transferred to have your lunch meal at a local restaurant. After lunch, you will proceed to visit The Roman Amphitheatre, which is considered to be one of the most famous monuments belonging to the Greco-Roman period.
Continue your Alexandria city tour by visiting Pompey’s pillar, which was erected in 292 AD. In the end, you’ll be transferred to visit Sultan Qaitbay Citadel (from outside) which is considered to be one of the most famous sightseeing in Alexandria.
After finishing your day tour, we will drive back to Cairo. Arrive in Cairo and proceed to your hotel there overnight.
On the fourth day, Enjoy a wonderful breakfast at your Cairo hotel. Our representative will welcome you and take you on a tour of the ancient Egyptian Museum, which contains the treasures of Tutankhamen, the young king. After that, you’ll be taken by private air-conditioned vehicle to Islamic and Coptic Cairo, where you’ll see the attractions of Cairo’s old bazaar, Khan El Khalil. Return to Cairo and check into your hotel.
Have breakfast at the hotel before heading to the Cairo airport for your trip to Aswan.
Regardless of your travel schedule, our Luxor Private Tours staff will be waiting for you at Aswan International Airport to take you somewhere. You will be transported to your Nile Cruise, where our tour specialists will assist you with the check-in requirements before directing you aboard the Nile Cruise, where you will have a delicious lunch. After lunch, take an Aswan boat ride to Agilika Island to witness the Temple of Philae, which was built during the Greco-Roman era and dedicated to Isis, the mother of Horus.
And get some rest on the Nile cruise in the evening City Tour around Aswan.
Overnight in Aswan.
Pick up at 4.30 a.m. and travel to Abu Simbel’s famed Two-Temples. These temples have been identified as ancient Egypt’s fame and spectacular success.
The grandeur and magnificence of the new kingdom are replicated in these temples.
At 2:00 p.m., return to the boat, have lunch, and then sell to Kom Ombo city, where you will see the Kom temple.
Explore the Twin Temples of Kom Ombo after arriving at Kom Ombo Temple. The temples provide information on the falcon-headed god Horus and the crocodile god Sobek, whose tombstones cover both halves of the sanctuary.
Embark back on the ship to have dinner as the cruise move towards Edfu city. Overnight At Edfu.
Edfu Temple is worth seeing. Horus Temple at Edfu is a royal temple dedicated to Horus that is well-known as Egypt’s greatest temple. According to Egyptian mythology, it is here that Horus, the falcon-headed god, avenges his father Osiris’s death.
Begin your tour of the West Bank with a healthy breakfast.
The historical tombs of the new kingdom’s kings could be seen in the Kings’ Valley. Alabaster house made by hand
Visit Egypt’s only female temple, the Hatshepsut Temple. During the 18th Dynasty, Egypt’s king, Thermoses I, had his daughter construct this sacred building for two decades (1490-1469 B.C).
Amenhotep III’s burial tomb, the Colossi of Memnon.
Return to Your Hotel in the evening. In the swimming pool to have and delight.
Pick up at your hotel and depart from Luxor.
Make your journey to Abydos, 260 kilometers northeast of the metropolis.
Visit Abydos’ famous temple, built by Set I in honor of Osiris. Important scenes from the lives of Set I and Ramses II may be found in this temple, as well as the famed Royal Lists, which list the names of Egypt’s 77 monarchs from Menes to Set Me himself.
Find images of the “Mysteries of Osiris,” a ceremonial that reenacted the God Osiris’ death and resurrection.
Make your way to Dendera with a picnic lunch. The goddess Hathor is honored at the Dendera Temple, which was built during the reign of Nectanebo I.
Leave Dendera behind and return to Luxor via the Temple of Isis.
You will check out of the hotel after breakfast in the morning.
Drive to the Hurghada coral reefs and participate in snorkeling, fishing, or any of the various activities there.
Hurghada, Egypt, for the night.