13 Days Cairo, Nile cruise, Fayoum, and oasis luxury package.

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Set off on an amazing 13-day luxury package that will transport you to Egypt's treasures and leave you with everlasting memories. Our Egypt Luxury Tour Packages combine the best of Cairo, a Nile cruise, Fayoum, and an oasis excursion to give you a travel experience that is unmatched.

Your adventure begins in Cairo, where you'll explore the captivating capital of Egypt. Visit iconic landmarks such as the Great Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, and the Egyptian Museum, home to an extensive collection of ancient artifacts. Immerse yourself in the bustling atmosphere of Cairo's markets and delve into the rich history and culture of this vibrant city.

Next, embark on a luxurious Egypt Nile cruise tour from Luxor to Aswan. Sail along the legendary Nile River and witness the awe-inspiring temples and tombs of the ancient Egyptians. Explore the temples of Karnak and Luxor, the Valley of the Kings, the Temple of Hatshepsut, and the magnificent Philae Temple in Aswan. Enjoy the comfort and elegance of your cruise ship, with world-class amenities and services.

Continuing your journey, you'll venture to Fayoum, a region known for its extraordinary natural beauty. Discover the Valley of Whales and the stunning landscapes of Wadi El Rayan, where you can witness unique geological formations and serene lakes.

Finally, experience the charm of the Baharyia Oasis, nestled in the heart of the desert. Immerse yourself in the tranquility of the desert as you enjoy a magical night under the starry sky.

 

Inclusion
  • 6 nights in Fairmont Nile City, Cairo (or similar).
  • 4 nights on the Blue Shadow Nile cruise (or similar). all-inclusive  
  • 1 night in Fayoum (lunch, dinner)
  • 1 night in Baharyia Oasis (breakfast, lunch)
  • Transports to and from hotels and sites by AC car
  • Tickets to all the sites mentioned
  • Taxes are included in the price.
  • Domestic flight tickets
Exclusion
  • International flight tickets
  • Visa to Egypt
  • Extra expenses

Our expert Egypt tours tour leader will pick you up from Cairo International Airport and then take you to your hotel in Cairo by private AC vehicle. Upon arrival, you will be presented with a welcome drink and assisted with a swift check-in, and we'll arrange for the next day's journey.

Day meals: Lunch.

On the second day, enjoy your breakfast and our guide will transfer you.

The Great Giza Pyramids were built during the reign of Pharaoh Khufu, who ruled between 2528 and 2551 BC. Other pyramids were also built during the reign of Khafre, Memphis was a long-standing capital of Lower Egypt and a major city during the Old Kingdom period.

The Pyramid of Djoser, the Pyramid of Saqqara, or the Step Pyramid, is one of the most iconic and historically significant archaeological sites in Egypt. It is an impressive testament to the power and sophistication of ancient Egyptian builders.

then you will be taken back to your hotel for the overnight.

Day meals: breakfast, lunch.

On the third day of Cairo, Nile Cruise, Fayoum, and Oasis 13 Days Luxury Package, have breakfast and start your visits.

The Egyptian Museum is one of the most famous museums in the world, and it's located in the heart of Cairo. It's considered one of the first museums to be established as a public museum, and it's a must-see for anyone visiting Cairo.

The Saladin Citadel, built by Salah al-Din al-Ayyubi, is a renowned fortress on the Mokattam mountain. However, Saladin did not finish it in his life. Instead, it was completed by Sultan Al-Kamil bin Al-Adil. The first person to inhabit it was Al-Malik Al-Kamil, and he made it a home for the king. And it continues to be a popular tourist destination up until the reign of Khedive Ismail.

The Khan El Khalili Bazar is one of Cairo's oldest neighborhoods and it is well known for its tourist attractions. It has a variety of shops and restaurants and is frequented by tourists and locals alike.

overnight in Cairo

Meals: breakfast, lunch.

 

Starting your day with a nutritious breakfast will help you stay focused on your travel plans later on. Then, transferring to the airport and boarding your flight to Luxor will go smoothly. Finally, make sure to visit some of the most iconic sites in Luxor during your trip!

The Karnak temple is a long-standing monument that was built in a variety of different styles over a period of time. This is because successive rulers saw fit to add new features to the temple in honor of the god Amun, his wife Mutt, and their son Khonsu.

The Luxor Temple is an impressive complex of ancient Egyptian temples that is located on the east bank of the Nile in Luxor. Amenhotep III commissioned its construction in order to affirm the attribution of the god Amun himself, as his eligibility for the throne was uncertain according to Egyptian traditions. Additionally, the temple would serve as a central location for the worship of the three members of the Theban Triad.

then you'll return to your Nile cruise.

Day Meals: All-Inclusive

On the 5th day of the 13-day Cairo-Nile cruise, you'll be able to enjoy a luxurious morning in Fayoum and the oasis.

The Valley of Kings has a long history as a place where ancient Egyptians constructed tombs for their pharaohs and nobility. Today, it is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world.

The Hatshepsut temple and a group of ancient pharaonic temples and tombs are located on the west bank of the Nile, opposite the city of Luxor, in Egypt. Today, this monument is a popular tourist destination, and it is frequented by people from all over the world.

The Colossi of Memnon are two magnificent statues that were erected in memory of Pharaoh Amenhotep III. They are the only remaining evidence of a temple that he built in memory of himself.

When your tour is finished, you will return to your Nile cruise.

Day meals: all-inclusive

On your sixth day of touring, you will sail to Edfu. After breakfast, you will visit this renowned archaeological site.

The city of Edfu in ancient Egypt was known by the name Edbo or Debo, which means the town of intrusion. Edfu is close to the Coptic name Etbu. The Ptolemies renamed it Apollopolis Magna, which means the great city of Apollo. Today, Edfu Temple is a popular tourist destination and is known for its ancient temples and monuments.

The Kom Ombo temple was built during the reign of Ptolemy VI Philometor, but its exquisite decoration wasn't completed until the time of Emperor Tiberius. Local devotion to the place continues to this day.

After experiencing the Nile Cruise, you will be able to return home easily.

Our all-inclusive day meals provide everything you need for a nutritious meal. You'll never have to worry about preparing a meal again!

Day meals: all-inclusive.

The package includes breakfast every day, allowing you to enjoy a full day of sightseeing.

The High Dam has helped to ensure that Egypt has been protected from disasters such as drought and famine by providing a reservoir of water to offset the annual deficit in the natural revenue of the Nile River.

An unfinished obelisk stands in Egypt, just east of the Nile River. It is a beautiful and unique monument and a popular tourist destination.

The Philae temple was named after the beloved Philae, who was known in Arabic literature as "Anas al-Wujud", in reference to the legend of Anas al-Wujud in the folklore stories "One Thousand and One Nights". The ancient Egyptian and Coptic name Bilak means the end because it was the last frontier of Egypt in the south.

After you transfer back to your Nile cruise, you'll have another chance to enjoy the cruise.

Day meals: all-inclusive

On the eighth day of your tour package, enjoy a delicious breakfast. Then, transfer to a sailing vessel and begin your journey to Abu Simbel.

The Abu Simbel Temple is one of the most famous archaeological sites in Egypt. Its importance is due to its association with the annual phenomenon of the sun perpendicular to the face of the statue of Pharaoh Ramses II, which happens twice a year, on October 22 and February 22.

When you come back for your Nile cruise, pack your luggage and fly to Cairo.
overnight in a Cairo hotel.
Day meals: breakfast.

 

 

There are plenty of ways to enjoy a free day in Cairo; you could take a leisurely walk with locals or choose to have an optional tour with a tour leader. It all depends on what you want to do.
day meals: breakfast.

Start your day with a nutritious breakfast, so you can enjoy your travels to Fayoum.

The significance of Wadi El Hitan lies in the fact that it is home to the fossilized remains of some of the oldest whales ever found. It is believed that 40 million years ago, this area was located under a very large ocean, but as geological changes took place, the ocean receded and left behind a wealth of marine life. The fossils of some types of whales, as well as many shells and fish, can be found here.

and have your lunch in Tunis village.

overnight.

Day meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner

 

Start your day with a nutritious breakfast, and then get moving quickly to your first destination.

Lake Qarun, located in the heart of the Western Desert, is connected to the Nile River by a lifeline called Bahr Yusuf. It passes through the governorates of Minya and Beni Suef before reaching the lake.

The Wadi El Rayan Reserve is an incredible desert environment with sand dunes, natural springs, a variety of plants, wild animals, and important marine fossils.

travel to Cairo and have your overnight.

Day meals: breakfast, lunch.

 

 

Start your day with a nutritious breakfast, and then head out to the Baharyia Oasis to explore its beautiful sights.

The White Desert is a beautiful and unique place located in the New Valley Governorate, southwest of Cairo. Its white color is a result of the fact that most of its parts are covered in it.

In the black desert, black volcanic hills have erupted for centuries, leaving behind a special type of rock called jasper. The Black Desert is made entirely of jasper, and the English Mountain is the highest peak in the region.

If you book now, you'll be able to travel to Cairo and stay at a fabulous hotel there overnight.
Day meals: breakfast, lunch.

 

 

On the final day of our trip, after breakfast, you'll be taken to the Cairo International Airport, where Cairo Top Tours will conclude our trip.

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Between October and April, Egypt experiences cool temperatures while still guaranteeing sun. It's the greatest time to explore Cairo's crowded streets and take some of the city's best excursions. The warm, sunny weather is ideal for a camel ride to the pyramids. Tourists can also enjoy a journey along the River Nile aboard a classic felucca wooden sailing boat and marvel at the prominent sites in the city.
 

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Fayoum is a city located in the Fayoum Oasis, which is a depression or basin in the Western Desert of Egypt. It is approximately 100 kilometers southwest of Cairo, the capital of Egypt. Fayoum is both a city and a governorate (province) in Egypt.

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