4 Days Egypt luxury tour to Cairo, Alexandria, and a white desert

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Are you trying to find the best luxury tour of Egypt? You only need to look at this amazing 4-day luxury tour of Egypt, which includes stops in Alexandria, Cairo, and the White Desert! With the help of our Egypt travel packages, you will have the opportunity to learn more about Egypt. Our 4 Days Egypt Luxury Tour to Cairo, Alexandria, and the White Desert is sure to give you an unforgettable experience with our Egypt trips. We’ll take care of all the details so that you can just relax and enjoy your journey through our Egypt Easter tours. So don’t wait to check out our Egypt day tours. Book your trip to Egypt today and let us help you experience all that this amazing country has to offer. From the ancient ruins to the stunning landscapes, we can't wait to show you around!!!

 

Inclusion

Cairo Top Tours tour leader will assist you upon arrival and during departure at Cairo International Airport.

Accommodation for 3 nights in a Kempinski Nile Hotel, including bed & breakfast in Cairo.

All entrance fees in Egypt Classic Tours.

Local meals in high-quality restaurants during our Egypt Travel Packages from Cairo to Alexandria.

Certified tour guide.

Transportation of exclusive (non-smoking – air-conditioned) vehicles.

Stops for snacks upon request.

Transports inside the White Desert by 4×4 car

Bottled water and soft drinks during the Cairo and Alexandria tour packages.

Shopping tours in Cairo or Alexandria.  (If there is enough time).

All taxes and service charges are included.

Exclusion

International airfare.

The entry visa to enter Egypt at Cairo airport.

Entering the pyramid from inside.

Tipping is not included in the costs.

Beverage during meals.

Tour price doesn't apply during peak seasons like Xmas tours in Egypt, New Year, or during Egypt Easter tours.

The first stop is visiting the Great Pyramids of Giza, Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinos. Our tour guide will be waiting for you at your hotel to pick you up and drive you to the Giza Pyramids in a contemporary, air-conditioned vehicle. A large funeral complex's famous guardian, The Sphinx, which has a lion's body and king Chephren's head, is also visible up close. Since entering any of the pyramids requires additional tickets and is not included in the trip, proceed to The Valley Temple, where the monks mummified King Chephren's body.

then we'll take you to see One of the world's largest collections of ancient artefacts, the Egyptian Museum, is prominently situated in Downtown Cairo, just north of Midan Tahrir. The enormous, oddly pinkish structure houses corpses, grave goods, jewellery, dining utensils, and toys manufactured by Egyptians whose names have since been forgotten alongside the magnificent gems of Tutankhamun and other notable pharaohs. Going around the museum is like travelling through time.

Then, we'll move on to Khan El-Khalili in Old Cairo, which was established in the 14th century and has historically been a key location for both economic and cultural activities. Here is your guide to the Khan El-Khalili market and the surrounding area.

Returning you to your hotel in Cairo for overnight.

Starting at 6 a.m. today, we'll pickup you from your Cairo accommodations and take you on a scenic journey out of the city. Our first stop of the day will be the beautiful Bahariya Oasis, which was once the main agricultural center of the Pharaonic Empire. After touring this amazing site, we'll continue on our journey and arrive at our next stop later that afternoon.

The oasis is known for its delicious dates and olives. If you visit with a guide, you can experience its natural springs and shady palm trees.

After lunch, head to the Black Desert to admire the region's rugged, hill-like majesty, before strolling to the Agabat Valley.

Stay at Crystal Mountain, a unique building made entirely of sparkling calcite crystals. It's like walking through a beautiful jewel, and the Egyptian sun just shines on it to make it even more stunning.

If you're looking for a truly unique experience, head to the White Desert—a vast area of white sand that's perfect for a desert vacation. Not only is the sand beautiful to look at, but the dunes near the park are also a great place to hike. You'll never be able to tire of the amazing views!

Finally, you can relax as you wind down your trip back to Cairo.

Take a thrilling journey from Cairo to Alexandria with the help of an expert Egyptologist tour guide from Your Egypt Tours. Explore the ancient ruins of both cities while learning about the fascinating history of this fascinating region.

Experience Alexandria the way it was meant to be experienced - with a knowledgeable Egyptologist guide who takes you on a personal tour of its extensive Roman ruins and its Mediterranean-style atmosphere.

There is no need to worry about how long you'll spend at each of the places you'll visit during your trip. You are free to choose how long you want to spend at each location. Alexander the Great founded Alexandria in 332 B.C. as the Greco-Roman Egypt's capital. Your first visit to this ancient city should be to the catacombs of Kom ash-Shuqqafa, a Roman burial ground with a family tomb that exhibits the fusion of Egyptian and Roman art and architecture. Go underground to visit the tomb and Caracalla Hall.Once you are back above ground, proceed to Pompey's Pillar. This 25-meter-tall (82-foot) granite monument was built as a tribute to Emperor Diocletian, who freed the city from a siege and fed the starving inhabitants. The second place your tour guide will take you is in line with the Roman them is the citadel of Qaitbay, which was built in 1477 to defend the eastern flank of the city. The fort was located near Alexandria's large lighthouse.

After lunch, you'll visit the renowned Alexandria Library (for an additional fee). The Norwegian-designed skyscraper is a stunning example of modern architecture, contrasting strikingly with the older structures seen throughout Egypt.

Since the library has a copy of every book ever published, it is one of the most prestigious and important literary institutions in the world. Not only do they have a vast collection of valuable antique books, but they also feature a number of exhibits on Egypt's rich history (which can be added on for an additional fee).

We will drive you home at the end of the day.

After breakfast, you are taken by our tour guide to the international Cairo airport after checking out of your hotel in Cairo.

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Egypt's majestic structures and rich history attract travelers from all over the world. Learn about ancient history and explore the Giza Plateau with this excursion to the Giza Pyramids of Cheops, Bahariya Oasis, the Oasis of Farafra, Kharga Oasis, the Citadel of Qaitbay, and the White Desert. When you set off on your adventure in the White Desert, you can be certain that you won't miss any of the main attractions of this fascinating country.

The Pyramids of Giza, one of Egypt's most iconic landmarks, are located about 11 miles (18 kilometers) southwest of downtown Cairo. The site is located on the Giza Plateau, on the outskirts of the Western Desert. This structure, built by the leaders of Egypt's Old Kingdom, attracts travelers from all over the world. Tourists can get there because there are bus routes that travel from central Cairo to the pyramids. Tourists can also choose to take a microbus. The journey normally takes around 30 minutes.

 

Credit cards and travellers' cheques are accepted in the main hotels and large stores. Most tourist shops also accept foreign currencies.

The greatest attractions of Alexandria were the Great Library, which was the biggest in antiquity, the Lighthouse of Alexandria (Pharos), one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa, which was one of the Seven Wonders of the Middle Ages. 

 

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