Experience a luxurious 9-Nights 10-Days luxury private tour of Egypt. This trip will give you the chance to explore the culture, history, and beauty of one of the oldest civilizations in the world, from Giza Pyramids to Luxor and Aswan sightseeing through the serenity of Baharyia Oasis and beauty of Alexandria. Book your package now!
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This tour will be an unforgettable experience as we explore the majestic ancient ruins, awe-inspiring monuments, and stunning natural beauty of Egypt. We'll visit some of the most iconic sites in the world, including the Pyramids of Giza, the Valley of the Kings, the Abu Simbel Temples, and the Great Sphinx. Along the way, we'll take in the breathtaking views of the Nile River, as well as explore the vibrant cities of Cairo and Luxor with our Egypt day tours.
This 9 Nights 10 Days Egypt luxury tour is sure to be an unforgettable experience. We'll explore some of the most iconic sites in the world, take in the breathtaking views of the Nile River with our Egypt Nile cruise tours, and uncover the fascinating history of Egypt. So, what are you waiting for? Book your trip to Egypt today and start uncovering all the magnificent sights and sounds.
In order to start our day trip, one of our tour leaders will greet you at the Cairo airport and transport you to the Giza pyramids.
You will first go to the Giza Plateau, which is home to the Giza Pyramids, one of the few remaining wonders of the ancient world.
You explore the Pyramids and take in the expansive vistas from the western plateau before making your way down the valley to the massive Sphinx, which proudly serves as the Mortuary complex's watchman.
We will next proceed to one of Egypt's major Governmental Papyrus Institutes, where you can pick from a variety of hand-painted papyrus sheets and see a demonstration of the process used to create the ancient paper known as papyrus. The Pyramids are not far from this site.
Benefit from a wonderful orientation tour of Cairo that covers the important Ancient Cairo landmarks and the confusing maze of alleyways and booths of the old
Visit Old Cairo to see the Hanging Church, the Ben Ezra Synagogue, the Church of St. Barbara, and the Church of Abu Serga, one of the first Coptic Cairo churches, among other significant Cairo landmarks.
In an Old Cairo restaurant, lunch will be provided.
One of the oldest bazaars in the Middle East is Khan el-Khalili. Learn about the confusing network of alleyways that have served as Cairo's commercial hub since the 14th century.
We'll transport you back to your hotel so you can spend the night after that check-in.
Your tour guide will get you up from your hotel after breakfast, help you check out so you can travel from Cairo to Luxor, and then drive you to your hotel in Luxor so you can unwind before our excursion begins.
The Luxor Museum, which is the second-most visited museum in the nation after the Cairo Egyptian Museum, will be our destination once we pick you up from your hotel.
The artifacts at this museum were found during digs at many historically significant sites in the area, most notably the Luxor and Karnak temples. The vast collection includes a wide variety of artifacts, including jewelry, ceramics, sculptures, and stone tablets. The statue of Thutmose III, the works of art from the Karnak temple, and Tutankhamun's personal effects are only a few of the attractions of the museum.
Our next trip is to the Mummification Museum, which is guarded by the jackal-headed deity Anubis. In this museum, which opened in 1997, you will learn about the peculiar rite, the 70-day mummification process, the history of the tools, and the social marginalization that those who worked on the remains endured.
We'll transport you back to your hotel after this instructive historical lesson.
After breakfast, you will be picked up by our tour guide and taken to the West Bank of Luxor to begin your day's travels. Your first visit will be to the Valley of the Kings, Thebes' Necropolis, which is situated on the West Bank of Luxor. Visitors to Luxor must see this famous necropolis. Under Thebes Mountain, there are graves that make up this area. Three tombs from several dynasties are open for tourists to investigate here. The best tombs to see may be suggested by your Egyptologist tour guide. You'll be taken to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut after touring the tombs. Your next trip will be to the Colossi of Memnon, which are the two biggest ancient statues in Egypt.
subsequently, be transported back to your lodging after having lunch at a local restaurant.
We will leave today after breakfast and travel to Kom Ombo and Edfu. You may see the Temple of Kom Ombo at Kom Ombo, which honors the crocodile god Sobek. After this halt, you continue on your way to Edfu. You'll be taken to the Temple of Horus to witness the god with the falcon on his head. This recently constructed pharaonic temple has been kept up nicely and is thus pretty magnificent. We'll take you to your hotel in Aswan in the evening so you may check in and possibly spend the night there.
Our tour guide collects you from your hotel after breakfast to explore
Aswan High Dam, an embankment dam constructed in Aswan, Egypt, that crosses the Nile, has been known as the Aswan Dam since the 1960s.
Following the 1952 Egyptian Revolution, the government made building the High Dam a top priority due to the Low Dam's success, which was then utilized to the fullest extent.
It was believed that the dam's ability to produce hydropower, store more water for agriculture, and enhance flood control would be crucial to Egypt's planned industrialization. The High Dam has had a tremendous impact on Egypt's economy and culture, much like its earlier construction. then stop at a local restaurant for lunch.
After that, take an air-conditioned minibus from Aswan to Abu Simbel. The two temples of Abu Simbel are regarded as the greatest representations of ancient Egypt because of their distinctive structure. They serve as examples of the splendor and majesty of the upcoming Kingdom. The Egyptian government and UNESCO resolved to work together to safeguard these sites from inundation. Ptah, Re-Her-Akhtey, Amun-Re, and Ramesses II all had temples in their honor. The enormous Abu Simbel temple is also known as the Sun Temple of Ramses II.
Ramesses II, Hathor, and the Sun God are symbolically united at the Temple of Queen Nefertari, sometimes referred to as the Temple of Hathor since she was the Sun God's wife. Spend about three hours there before returning to your Aswan lodging for the evening.
Check out after breakfast, and our tour guide will take you up to see after that. One of Egypt's most exquisite temple complexes is the Philae Temple. Take a water taxi to the island of Aglika to go to the ruins, which are just south of the former Aswan Dam. When the High Dam was built and threatened to sink it forever, the temple was moved to its current location. The complex's original layout and architecture were precisely preserved when it was painstakingly reconstructed in its current location. Even the island's landscaping was done to replicate the complex's previous setting. As the focus of Isis' worship during the Ptolemaic Dynasty, Philae gained fame.
When your excursion is over, you will be dropped off at the Aswan airport so you can catch your flight to Cairo. Receive transportation to your hotel in Cairo after your arrival, where you will spend the night.
As the first stop on our Bahariya Oasis Tour, our tour guide drives us from Cairo to the Bahariya Oasis. After strolling through the historic village, traveling to the Black Mountains, and stopping at the salt lake, you'll continue your Oasis Tour by visiting the famed Mummies Hall, The Golden Mummies, and the temple of Ain El Muftella. After lunch, you will be taken back to your Cairo hotel for the evening as part of your Oasis Tour, which will be led by an English-speaking tour guide.
You are picked up by our tour guide after breakfast to explore Alexandria's famous Greco-Roman remains and discover the history of the city. The spooky Kom el Shoqafa Catacombs may be reached after viewing the Serapeum, a temple that houses Pompey's Pillar, a red granite column. The perfectly restored Roman amphitheater and the adjacent mosaics are not to be missed.
next, proceed to the water where you may feast on a variety of Mediterranean seafood.
Next, check out the Citadel of Qaitbay, a 15th-century sea fort that stands where the old Lighthouse of Alexandria once stood.
You may travel back in time to the ancient world thanks to the underwater archaeological exhibitions at the National Museum of Alexandria.
the outcome On a tour of the city's street foods, discover the diverse world of Egyptian cuisine, which draws inspiration from Ottoman and Arab traditions. Koshary, a spicy dish made with lentils, noodles, and sour tomato sauce, as well as kebabs, mixed grills, meze dips, and shellfish, are some of the delicacies to try. Ice cream and delectable treats to finish.
then drive you to your hotel in Alexandria so you can check in and stay the night.
After breakfast and check-out in the morning, our tour guide will drive you up to see. The Great Library of Alexandria served as the epicenter of learning for most of antiquity. Start the day by seeing the stunning replacement Alexandrian Library. Next, go to two of Alexandria's most well-known mosques: the Nabi Daniel and the Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi mosques.
Once you get to the Stanley Bridge and Montazah Palace Gardens, continue biking down the corniche.
We'll go to Cairo in the evening, drop you off at your hotel, and then spend the night there.
After breakfast at your accommodation, a vehicle will take you to Cairo Airport in preparation for your flight out.