Go to Egypt for 9 days. Travel to the Islamic Cairo to see Khan Al Khalili and see the wonders in Egypt, such as the brilliant Egyptian Museum and the famous Giza Pyramids. You can also visit Alexandria before sailing on the magnificent Nile River Abu Simbel; cruises in Aswan and Luxor might be just what you need.
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Our travel consultant will meet and help you at Cairo International Airport’s Arrival Hall before transferring you to your hotel in a company-owned vehicle. We like to give our visitors a ‘Welcome’ drink when they arrive at your 5 Star Hotel.
Next to that, the tour guide will assist you with the check-in formalities and give you the travel schedule so that you may make plans of time and make sure that the pick-up times for each day are arranged. Enjoy a relaxing and restful evening in Cairo.
9 a.m. 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 proceed to a restaurant after visiting the Zoster (Sakkara) step pyramids, the world’s oldest large stone building. Cairo, one night
On the third day, at 8:30 a.m. wake up to a delicious breakfast at your Cairo hotel. Our representative will be waiting to welcome you and take you on a tour of the ancient Egyptian Museum, which houses the treasures of Tutankhamen, the young pharaoh.
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. Cairo, overnight
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Begin your Alexandria city tour after breakfast at the hotel by seeing The Alexandria Library, one of the ancient world’s most important sources of information.
Take a trip to the Alexandrian Library. Historians haven’t been able to agree on who founded the ancient library of Alexandria. Some suggest 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 know today 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.
And 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 could once hold over 600 people. You will then be transported to a nearby restaurant for your lunch meal. Following lunch, you will visit The Roman Amphitheatre, one of the most famous Greco-Roman monuments.
After a nice breakfast at the hotel, transfer to Cairo International Airport for your journey to Aswan. Our Luxor Private Tours personnel will be waiting for you at Aswan International Airport, regardless of your travel schedule.
You will be delivered to your Nile Cruise, where our tour consultants will assist you with the check-in procedures 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 visit the Temple of Philae, which was built during the Greco-Roman era and dedicated to Isis, the mother of Horus. While on the Nile cruise, grab some rest. In Aswan, you’ll spend the night. Includes both lunch and dinner
The cruise departs early in the morning for the temple of Kom Ombo. At 8:00 a.m., arrive at Kom Ombo Temple and tour the Kom Ombo Twin Temples.
The tombstones of the falcon-headed god Horus and the crocodile god Sobek, whose tombstones cover both sanctuary sections, provide insight into their lives. As the cruise moves towards Edfu city, return to the ship for lunch.
Continue your journey to Edfu’s Horus Temple, where you’ll witness the royal temple devoted to Horus, which is often regarded as Egypt’s best-maintained temple. According to Egyptian legend, it is here that Horus, the falcon-headed god, avenges the death of Osiris, his father. Lunch will be served on board as you travel to Luxor. Arriving in Luxor by nightfall for dinner and the final night on board. Luxor for the night
04:30 AM in the morning, take a one-hour hot air balloon ride, then return to the cruise ship for a refreshing breakfast before beginning the tour to Luxor and the West Bank.
The historical tombs of the new kingdom’s kings may be seen in the Kings’ Valley. The Temple of Seti, a tiny duplicate of King Seti1’s mortuary temple in Abydos built by him and completed by his son King Ramses2, is located on the West Bank of Luxor. As a result, you can compare the best carving during King Seti1’s reign to two types of art.
Handmade alabaster house. Visit the Hatshepsut Temple, Egypt’s only female temple. 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 funerary tomb. Return to your Luxor 5-star hotel for some rest. Luxor for the night
At 11:30 a.m., the Luxor Private Tours tour guide will meet you at your hotel and drive you to the famous Luxor Temple.
After that, take in the sights of some of history’s most revered monuments, such as the Karnak Temples, which were built as a dedication to God Amon, his wife Mut, and their son Khonsu. After lunch, we’ll transport you to Luxor Airport, where you’ll fly to Cairo and connect to your return journey home.
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