5 Days Cairo, Luxor, and Hurghada Short Break Trip

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Cairo, Luxor, and Hurghada Short Break Trip

Live a once-in-a-lifetime experience visiting the most visited Egyptian destinations! We will let you explore Cairo with Egypt travel packages; where you will get to visit the Great Pyramids as well as the Egyptian Museum in downtown Cairo; the museum that hosts the oldest collection of Pharaonic art and monuments in the world. With our Cairo short breaks packages, you will be taken on an excursion to Luxor to visit Wadi El-Meluk (Valley of the Kings), the Colossi of Memnon; the two statues that symbolize the rule of King Amenhotep III, El-Deir Al-Bahari (the temple of Queen Hatshepsut). And for the rest of your Egypt tours, you will get to spend a couple in Hurghada to enjoy the amazing view. And of course, a Safari tour will be included before your departure. Learn all there is to know about Egypt's history, one of the longest and most complex in the world.

Do you want to go on an exciting adventure to a place called the Kalabsha Temple In Aswan | Aswan Attractions? It's a very old building where people called ancient Egyptians used to live a really long time ago. We can find out lots of fascinating things about how they lived and what they believed in. It's like going back in time and finding out awesome secrets from the past!

  • A private A/C vehicle with a private driver throughout the whole trip.
  • Entry tickets to the stated attractions.
  • Provided assistance at the airport.
  • Meals are as mentioned in the itinerary above.
  • Safari tour in Hurghada.
  • Any excise is within your trip's cost.
  • An accredited tour guide to lead you.
  • Your stay for 1 night in Cairo at Cairo Pyramids Hotel or similar.
  • Your stay for 1 night in Luxor in Shteignberger Hotel or similar.
  • Domestic flights.
  • Your stay for 2 nights in Hurghada in Dreams Beach Hotel or similar.
  • Extras for tipping.
  • Any added expenses that are not stated above.
  • Beverages are not included in the cost.
  • Tickets to the pyramids from the inside as well as the burial of King Tutankhamon, and King Ramses VI. (you can book it on spot)

Our professional team will meet you when you arrive at the airport to assist you with all arrival procedures and take you in an air-conditioned private car for check-in to your accommodation in Cairo.

You will meet then after the check-in procedures your personal guide at the lobby of your hotel to head to the Giza Necropolis area to see the three Great Pyramids belonged to Khufu; the second king of the 4th dynasty, Khafre; the son of Khufu, and Menkaure; Kufu's grandson. And you will get to visit the valley temple of the King Chefren which was used as a mortuary temple for the King and his family members, as well as the Sphinx; the mythical creature with the head of a human, and the body of a lion.

Proceed then to a nearby restaurant to try the traditional Egyptian lunch before returning to your hotel.

Meals: lunch.

You will be taken on a tour of the west bank of Luxor on the second day. After taking your breakfast fly to Luxor and meet your guide when you arrive there to start the tour.

Visit the Colossi of Memnon the two giant statues that weigh an estimated 720 tons each. Proceed then to the Valley of the Kings; on the west bank of the Nile opposite Thebes within the heart of the Theba, and end the tour at the temple of Hatshepsut; a masterpiece of ancient architecture, located beneath massive cliffs. 

Take your lunch meal in a local restaurant before transferring to your Luxor hotel to check in and prepare for the next day.

Meals: breakfast, lunch

Have breakfast at your hotel in Luxor and then drive for 4 hours to Hurghada, and don't worry you will get to have a break on the road for a snack and stretching a little bit.

Check in to your Hurghada hotel and spend the rest of the day at Leisure on the beach.

Meals: breakfast, lunch. 

Head in the morning with our team leader in an air-conditioned to the quad bike center to get instructed on how to dive ATV bikes.

Your day begins with a journey to the mesmerizing Red Sea. Dive into the crystal-clear waters or opt for a leisurely swim along the pristine coastline. Snorkel enthusiasts can discover the vibrant coral reefs teeming with exotic marine life, creating an underwater world of unparalleled beauty. 

After take your lunch, relax on the sun-soaked beaches, feeling the warmth of the Egyptian sun on your skin. For the adventurous at heart, Hurghada offers a plethora of water activities. Embark on a exhilarating banana boat ride, try your hand at windsurfing, or experience the thrill of parasailing, all against the backdrop of the stunning Red Sea.

Transfer back to the hotel at the end of the day.

Meals: breakfast, lunch

You will be taken to Hurghada international Airport after your last breakfast at the hotel to fly to Cairo International Airport to take your flight back home.

Meals: Breakfast.

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The Egyptian people are exceedingly welcoming, going above and beyond to make visitors from other countries feel welcome and important while they are there. You may explore Egypt with our Cairo short break at the Egyptian Museum, Luxor to view the Valley of the Kings and Hurghada. In ancient Egypt, large feasts were thrown to honor visiting nobility and guests, and this practice has come to symbolize the country's warm welcome.

Don't miss trying local Egyptian dishes such as koshari, falafel, shawarma, and Egyptian-style grilled meats. Also, enjoy traditional sweets like baklava and basbousa.

Egypt was a prosperous country that flourished for thousands of years (from approximately 8000 BCE to approximately 30 BCE). Its culture was renowned for significant advancements in art and architecture, including the Tombs of the Nobles in Bahariya Oasis, the Valley of the Golden Mummies, the White Desert, and the Black Desert.

Luxor is a city in Egypt that used to be a very important place in ancient times. It has a lot of big buildings called palaces. In 2020, it had about 1.3 million people living there. Luxor is also the capital of an area called Luxor Governorate. It's one of the oldest cities in the world and people have been living there for a very long time.

The city is full of underwater animals, pretty coral reefs, and small, colorful fish homes. People from Europe love to visit in the winter because the beach is beautiful and the water is clear and blue.

The Valley of the Kings gets very busy and hot by 9am, so it's better to go there early in the morning. Luxor Temple is open at night, so many people go there in the evening. It's a good idea to visit Luxor Temple in the morning and Karnak Temple later in the day.

Memphis was a city that people left, and then the buildings were taken apart so that the rocks could be used in other towns nearby and in Cairo, which was built later.


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