Flight to Memphis and Dahshor from Luxor
Naturally, of course! Fly from Luxor to Memphis and Dahshur to explore two fascinating ancient sites in Egypt. Near Cairo, Memphis was formerly the capital of Egypt and is renowned for its amazing remnants, which include the well-known monument of Ramses II. On the other hand, Dahshur is well known for its pyramids, which include the Red and Bent Pyramids. These places offer a glimpse into the amazing history and architectural design of ancient Egypt. Have fun as you travel!
Have a look at Cairo attractions when visiting the capital of Egypt from Luxor by air to make it faster to reach Cairo, you will visit the old city of Memphis, Dahshor, and then have a felucca ride. of course, the best tour comes with the best food you will be taken to a good oriental restaurant to have the tastiest lunch meal.
You will meet our professional guide at your building to require you to the airport to possess a flight to Cairo then take you to the sites.
The ancient Egyptians believed that Memphis was underneath the protection of the god Ptah, who is the god of artisans and their patron.
then you may have a sailing vessel ride through the river Nile.
then you may be taken back to your airfield to catch your flight back to the city.
Day meals: lunch throughout the visits.
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The official and most extensively used language in Egypt is Egyptian Arabic. It is normal practice to use English for tourism, and it is taught in schools as a secondary language.
The modern Arabic name for Egypt, Misr, has its origins in the ancient Hebrew word Mizraim, with the suffix '–aim' most likely referring to two Egypts: Upper and Lower. The word can also mean fortress, perhaps a reference to the natural boundaries that have protected the country over the millennia.
In the case of cancellation of the trip by the customer, based on the start dates of the trip, the following costs will be charged:
15% of the total cost of the trip, with cancellation from the booking date up to 61 days before the start date of the trip
25% of the total cost of the trip, with cancellation from 60 to 31 days before the start date of the trip
35% of the total cost of the trip, with cancellation 30 to 15 days before the start date of the trip
Egypt's two most visited cities are Cairo and Luxor. They are both riverfront, with bustling markets, and tombs covered in sand. Although Luxor has been a popular tourist destination since the mid-19th century, Cairo is a bustling metropolis home to 20 million people.
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