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Luxury Tours to Cairo, Nile Cruise, and the Oasis

Price Starting From : $1460

Enjoy the ultimate 13-day luxury vacation of Cairo Top Tours, Egypt Nile Cruise Tours, and Oasis Tours to see the finest of Egypt's natural beauty, history, and culture. Our opulent travel packages of Egypt offer excellent value and a delightful journey.

Start your adventure in Cairo, a place with famous ancient structures called the Giza pyramids and a mysterious statue called The Great Sphinx Of Giza Facts.
  Marvel at the ancient wonders and delve into the fascinating history of the pharaohs. Visit the Egyptian Museum, home to an extensive collection of ancient artifacts, and witness the treasures of Tutankhamun. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Cairo, with its bustling markets and vibrant street life.

Throughout the tour, you'll be accompanied by knowledgeable guides who will provide insights into Egypt's culture. Our Egypt tour packages ensure that you'll enjoy comfortable accommodations, exquisite dining experiences, and seamless transportation throughout your journey.

Discover one of our Egypt tours, designed to offer an unforgettable and immersive experience. Whether you're fascinated by ancient history, intrigued by the Nile's beauty, or captivated by the allure of the desert, this tour will leave you with memories to treasure for a lifetime.

  • Being met and assisted by Cairo Top Tours representatives at the airports and hotels.
  • All the entrance tickets to the multiple archeological sites and museums during the tours in Egypt
  • Accommodation in Bahariya Oasis for 1 night on a half-board basis
  • 1-night full-board camping in the White Desert, including all needed camping equipment.
  • Your accommodation in Dakhla Oasis is for one night, including dinner and breakfast.
  • Your accommodation for one night at Kharga Oasis Camping is on full board.
  • Your accommodation for 4 nights aboard a Nile River Cruise boat includes all meals.
  • Your accommodation is for one night on a sleeping train from Aswan to Cairo on a half-board basis.
  • Camping equipment like sleeping bags, camel blankets, and spacious, well-ventilated tents is included.
  • Transportation service by private air-conditioned vehicles during all our Egypt travel packages.
  • Transportation inside the Oases is by Jeep 4-wheel drive.
  • Tours in Cairo, the Oasis, and during the Nile Cruise are privately guided tours.
  • Bottles of mineral water and soft drinks during all our Egypt Day Tours and Packages.
  • A professional tour guide.
  • Meals in hotels, Nile cruise, and the oasis, as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Shopping tours in Cairo
  • Stops for snacks upon request.
  • All taxes and service charges are included in the prices of the 13 Days Luxury Tours to Cairo, Nile Cruise, and the Oasis.
  • International flight tickets to Egypt.
  • Visa to enter Egypt.
  • Beverage during meals
  • Tipping is not included in the prices of your Cairo, Nile Cruise, or Oasis Luxury Tour.

At the Cairo International Airport baggage claim, our knowledgeable tour guide will pick up your belongings before driving you to your hotel in Cairo in a private air-conditioned vehicle.
You'll receive a welcome drink at the hotel. Your tour guide will next assist you with the check-in process and go over your 13-Day luxury tour schedule with you to confirm that the pick-up timings for each day of your Egypt day tours are accurate.
Cairo's overnight stay

Breakfast at your hotel before your Giza tour starts will give you the energy you need to see the Giza Plateau and the Giza Pyramids of Cheops. Your tour guide will be with you the whole time, so you'll have an amazing experience.

Behind these imposing pyramids, you'll find the remains of Chephren's son and grandson, as well as the great sphinx, created by Chephren as the guardian of his necropolis. And, as the final stop on your Giza pyramids tours, you'll be able to explore the only remaining valley temple from Chephren's pyramid complex.

You'll enjoy an amazing Coptic Cairo tour, visiting the Hanging Church, the church of St. Sergius, or Abu Serga Church, and Ben Ezra Synagogue—all located in the oldest part of Cairo. This will be an unforgettable experience!

Would you like to take a break while your lunch is being served? After that, we will resume our Cairo day tours to the Egyptian Museum, Finally, you will have the chance to explore one of Cairo's oldest bazaars, Khan el Khalili, on a unique walking tour experience. You will be transferred back to your hotel at the end of the tour.

Overnight in Cairo

Meals: breakfast, lunch

You will have breakfast around 6 a.m. before checking out to begin your Egypt Desert Safari trips. You will meet our tour guide, who will accompany you in a modern air-conditioned vehicle to Bahariya Oasis, about a four-hour drive from Cairo.

Upon arrival, we will visit the Museum of Golden Mummies, the Tombs of the Nobles, or regional rulers of the oasis in ancient times, the Temple of Alexander the Great in Bahariya Oasis, who built the beautiful city of Alexandria, and the Temple of Muftella, dedicated to God Bis, one of the famous gods of ancient Egypt.

Your lunch will be served in a Bedouin-style restaurant. After that, we will go to the hotel to check in and have the afternoon free.

You will start ascending the black mountain before sunset to see the ruins on top of the mountain, "the English House," and enjoy the picturesque view of Bahariya Oasis during sunset.

Overnight in Bahariya

Meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner

In the morning, enjoy your breakfast before visiting the wonderful salt lake to enjoy the views and take some memorable pictures. Experience the breathtaking golden sand dunes and learn how to climb the palm trees just like the locals.

Our first stop on our adventure to the White Desert will be the Black Desert, a region full of volcanic mountains covered with large quantities of volcanic rocks. And, next, we'll visit the Valley of El Haize to the south of Bawiti and Bahariya.

We'll stop to see the quartz crystal at the Crystal Mountain area and then spend a few minutes in the charming Valley of Agabat before camping in the White Desert between the stunning white limestone and chalk formations of the western desert.

Bedouin dinner in the Desert.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Breakfast is the perfect time to enjoy a traditional morning tea with mint made by the locals. After that, we'll head to the oasis of Farafra, where you can enjoy the sulfur-hot water spring of Bir Setah, or Setah Well.

You'll also have a chance to visit the local artist Badr's unique mud brick museum and the old town of Al Qasr before driving from Farafa to Dakhla for about three hours to visit the Roman Temple of Deir El Hagar in the middle of the desert.

The temple dates back to the 26th dynasty and was created by some of the most legendary Roman emperors. You can check out some of Egypt’s most beautiful rock-cut tombs at the Roman burial ground of El Muzawwaqqa.

After lunch, take a stroll through the quaint Islamic village of Al Qasr. Its history dates back to the 12th century, and visitors can see interesting old houses in narrow alleys, an old oil press, an old wheat grinder, an old courthouse, and a medieval prison. Additionally, there are old schools and Ayyubid mosques here.

You'd also like to spend the day relaxing by a pool-like hot spring before visiting the green Dakhla Farms, full of golden sand dunes and clear blue skies overhead. To enjoy the sunset at the edge of the Great Sand Sea, we will be spending the day at the hot spring resort of Oasis Hot Springs, where you'll be able to relax and enjoy the natural wonders of the area. Then, after dinner, head over to the Dakhla Farms to see the amazing sand dunes and stunning sunset.

If you're looking for a romantic getaway, consider spending the night at the Desert Lodge Hotel in Dakhla. You'll be able to see the lush green village and the beautiful Rose Mountains, all from the top of the cliff.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner

On your sixth day, you will visit Kharga Oasis. You will enjoy your breakfast and get ready to start your tour at Dakhla Oasis, where you will visit Qasr El Labkha, a Roman fortress on the old caravan route, the famous 40-day road attaching Egypt to Sudan (Darb el Arbein). And the Kharga Museum,

Next, visit the Temple of Hibis, Nadura Roman Exterior, as well as Bagawat, the oldest Christian cemetery worldwide, with its chapels painted with still-preserved Old Testament Biblical murals.

We'll head to Baris Oasis, the smallest and cutest of the Western Desert oases. We'll visit the Temple of Dush. Camping in the golden sand dunes at Kharga is a truly unforgettable experience. Not only are the dunes beautiful, but the campsites are incredibly spacious and comfortable. There's also a wide range of activities to enjoy in the area, such as hiking, swimming, and birdwatching.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Imagine waking up to stunning views of the Golden Sand Dunes and then being transferred by an air-conditioned vehicle to one of the most famous ancient cities in the world, Luxor. You'll have plenty of time to explore on your 5-star Egypt Nile River Cruise.

Lunch will be served on the Nile cruise ship. Starting in Luxor, day tours will include the East Bank of Luxor tour, which will allow you to visit Karnak Temple, one of the biggest man-made temples in the entire world, and the great temple of King Amenhotep III, which is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Luxor.

You'll be able to have your own dinner before spending the night at your hotel.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner

A Nile river cruise will provide you with a delicious breakfast overlooking the Nile for your continuing Luxor excursions.
Start your west bank tour of Luxor by visiting the two colossal statues of Amenhotep III, known as the Colossi of Memnon, Then continue your journey to the Valley of the Kings, where you'll see the burial grounds of 62 pharaohs of the New Kingdom, including the famous King Tutankhamun and legendary King Ramses II. These amazing tombs were cut from the mountain and are decorated with fascinating paintings, making them a must-see for anyone traveling to Luxor. Finally, don't forget to visit the treasure trove of priceless artifacts in these tombs!
The Temple of Hatshepsut is an incredible place to visit. It is the temple of the first female ruler in the history of Egypt, and it is a truly fascinating place.
Your delicious lunch will be served while sailing to Edfu, and afterward, you'll enjoy a relaxing dinner aboard our Nile cruise.
Overnight aboard your Nile Cruise.
Meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Your breakfast will be served on the Nile Cruise before you head to the well-preserved Ptolemaic temple dedicated to Horus, the falcon-headed god of the sky, Edfu Temple.

The unique Temple of Kom Ombo, dedicated to the worship of the crocodile god Sobek, is a must-see destination, and your lunch will be served on board the boat while you travel there.

Then you'll continue sailing to Aswan.

Tonight's dinner will be a memorable experience, and you'll get a good night's sleep on your Nile River cruise.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner

After breakfast on the Nile cruise, start day tours of Aswan, including the famous High Dam and the most important project in modern Egypt—the Philae Temple, dedicated to Goddess Isis.

Then go to the awesome Philae Temple, situated on an island, and enjoy your day!

We can reach the temple by leisurely boat ride, then explore the largest known Obelisk within the granite quarries, where many of the kings used these quarries to cut their needed stone blocks.

Experience a delicious dinner aboard your Egypt-Nile River Cruise and overnight in Aswan.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner

After breakfast, head out of your Egypt Nile River Cruise and spend some free time in Aswan. You can also choose to take an optional tour to visit Abu Simbel from Aswan by land.

You'll be able to enjoy a delicious dinner in bed while traveling to Cairo by sleeping train.

Meals: breakfast, dinner

Breakfast is served on the train heading to Giza station.

The tour leader will expect you at the station to transfer you to your hotel.

You can choose from one of our optional Cairo day tours or Cairo half-day tours. Whichever you like

Overnight in Cairo

Meals: Breakfast

On the final day of your Luxury Egypt Tours, you'll enjoy a morning breakfast at your hotel before departing with our tour leader's transfer to Cairo International Airport.

Meals: Breakfast

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Egypt is a unique nation renowned for its profusion of beautiful attractions. It is strongly advised to take part in a guided Cairo day tour to enjoy all the noteworthy sites, including the Cairo Tower and the Giza Pyramids. In addition to the magical Bahariya, Farafra, and Kharga Oases. By doing this, you may make sure that none of the captivating top attractions this country has to offer are missed.

The winter months, from October to April, are perfect for visiting Egypt. The weather is mild and pleasant, though the evenings can get quite cool. December through January are peak tourist months, so expect to see a lot of people if you go during this time. March to May is the best time to enjoy the beaches without having to deal with the large crowds of summer tourists. Temperatures are pleasant at this time of year, and tourist attractions are not overcrowded.

It is not surprising then that there were over 2,000 deities in the Egyptian pantheon. Some of these deities' names are well known: Isis, Osiris, Horus, Amun, Ra, Hathor, Bastet, Thoth, Anubis, and Ptah while many others less so.

You shouldn't worry if your guide speaks Spanish to you while you're traveling, but it might be entertaining to pick up a few Arabic words so you can converse with locals; they really enjoy it when you try to speak their language.  

Furthermore, English is practically a second language in Egypt, and people directly involved in the tourism industry are multilingual, so this is not a cause for alarm. 

Although the security situation is often exaggerated in many media outlets, Egypt is generally a safe country to travel to. Most areas are considered relatively safe, with the exception of the North Sinai governorate, where there is generally a higher risk. Checkpoints have been set up in several regions to ensure the safety of tourists. Egypt is also quite safe in terms of muggings, robberies and other crimes of opportunity. It is safe to walk the streets at night when most Egyptians start their social activities and the cities come to life. Most restaurants and cafes are open late into the night. The majority of Egyptians are polite and friendly to tourists.

You can only look at the outside of the building; you cannot enter. When visiting the pyramids, you would usually stop at the Sphinx, which is just next to them. To avoid the biggest crowds at the Sphinx and pyramids, visit either early in the day or late in the evening. 



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