Investing time of satisfaction in Egypt sightseeing, including visiting Egyptian Museum and well-known Giza Pyramids, travel to the Islamic Cairo to visit Khan Al Khalili. Visiting Alexandria to explore the main sightseeing there. Enjoy a unique visit to Bahariya Oasis and the White Desert at Farafra
Furthermore, sailing Nile River Abu Simbel, travels may be what you want in Aswan and Luxor
Cairo International Airport -drive you to Hurghada
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Upon arrival, Our travel representative will be at Cairo International Airport to meet and transfer you to your hotel in company transportation. Have a Welcome drink at the hotel.
Afterward, our tour guide will handle your check-in procedures and provide you with the traveling schedule to develop and make the pick-up timings certain for each day.
and you’ll spend the rest of the night in Cairo to relax.
We will pick you up from your accommodation and start the Giza Pyramids Tour with Cheops, Chechen, and Mykerinus Pyramids. Then go to the Valley Temple and see the Great Sphinx, which dates back to the period of Chaperon.
Then we’ll proceed to a restaurant after visiting the step pyramids of Zoser (Sakkara), the world’s oldest massive stone structure.
At night, we ride a camel or horse into the desert and have dinner.
At your Cairo hotel, eat a delicious breakfast. Our representative will be waiting to meet you and take you on a tour of the ancient Egyptian Museum, which holds the treasures of Tutankhamen, the young king. After that, you will be taken by private air-conditioned vehicle to Islamic and Coptic Cairo, where you will see scenes from Cairo’s old bazaar, Khan El Khalil. Return to Cairo and your hotel.
Take a visit to the Alexandrian Library. Historians have never been able to agree on who founded the ancient library of Alexandria. Some say it was Alexander the Great who founded the city in the 4th century BC, while others say it was Ptolemy I or Ptolemy II who founded it in the 3rd century BC. What we can be certain of now is that it was for a long time the greatest library in the world. With a collection of over two million books and support from the United Nations, Alexandria’s new library opened on October 22, 2002, and is now regarded the world’s fourth-largest francophone library.
Then go to the Roman Amphitheatre, which was discovered in the 1960s by an archaeological mission looking for Alexander the Great’s tomb. It is Egypt’s only example of a Roman amphitheatre. The Roman theatre, which was built in the 4th century AD, has 13 rows of white marble seats. It used to be able to hold over 600 people.
Later, you will be transferred to a nearby restaurant for your lunch meal. Following lunch, you will visit the Roman Amphitheatre, which is regarded as one of the most famous monuments from the Greco-Roman period.
Continue your tour of Alexandria by seeing Pompey’s pillar, which was built in 292 AD. Finally, you’ll be transferred to see Sultan Qaitbay Citadel (from the exterior), which is one of Alexandria’s most recognized attractions.
We’ll drive back to Cairo when you’ve completed your day excursion. Arrive in Cairo and check into your hotel for the evening.
A jeep wrangler will take you to the White Desert, which is located in the Farafara Oasis. The Oasis is just a few hours drive from Cairo’s bustling streets, where the White Desert Landscape of Egypt awaits. It’s one of the most unique places you’ll ever see, with its shining calcium rock formations that look exactly like the majestic alien and abstract sculptures.
Camping in the White Desert for the night Takes advantage of the hot springs and the black desert.
Enjoy a morning brunch as the sun rises, then travel to Cairo airport for a journey to Aswan, where you will stay in a lovely hotel for one night.
Check-in on your Nile Cruise for three nights after an early breakfast at the hotel and a visit to the ISIS temple. Where you can have a satisfying lunch.
Visits Nubian Village after lunch. The first night on board and dinner on board.
– Abu simple pick-up time at 4.30 am. At 2:00 p.m., return to the boat for lunch and sell to Kom Ombo city, with a visit to Kom Ombo upon arrival.
Explore the Twin Temples of Kom Ombo after arriving to Kom Ombo Temple. The temples provide information on the falcon-headed god Horus and the crocodile god Sobek, whose tombstones adorn both half of the sanctuary.
Return to the ship for dinner as the cruise moves closer to Edfu.
Edfu Temple is worth seeing. Horus Temple at Edfu is a royal temple dedicated to Horus that is well-known as Egypt’s best-kept temple. According to Egyptian mythology, it is here that Horus, the falcon-headed god, avenges his father Osiris’s death.
After a delicious breakfast, proceed on a tour of the West Bank. Visit the Kings’ Valley to see the historic tombs of the new kingdom’s kings. Alabaster house made by hand. The Hatshepsut temple, Egypt’s sole female temple, is a must-see. During the 18th Dynasty, the daughter of Egypt’s ruler, Thermoses I, created this sacred building over two decades (1490-1469 B.C). The Colossi of Memnon, which is thought to be Amenhotep III’s tomb. Later, be transferred to your hotel in Hurghada. In the swimming pool and relax.
The next two days are yours to explore Hurghada or simply enjoy.
To go swimming and snorkeling, schedule a trip to Giftun Island, which can be booked locally.
Visit the Hurghada museum and book a trip to the Grand Aquarium.
In Safaga, visit the ghostly abandoned city.
Explore Hurghada’s city malls, which are one of Egypt’s most popular shopping locations, with a wide range of well-known brands and exclusive offers. A VIP air-conditioned sedan may provide all of the transportation for this tour.