Egypt Luxury Trip
We'll take you on a fascinating 8-Days journey that'll give you a chance to learn new information and have a lot of fun at the same time. You'll see Cairo's wonderful sites, as well as some of the most popular attractions in Alexandria and South Sinai.
Meeting and greeting services by our representatives at the airports upon arrival and during your departure.
Accommodation in a 4-star hotel.
Entrance fees to the mentioned sites.
An authorized tour guide.
Transportation services are done by a nonsmoking deluxe vehicle.
Free bottled water and soft drinks during the tours.
Meals as mentioned in the itinerary.
Stops for snacks upon request.
Shopping Tours in Cairo upon request.
All the taxes and service charges.
International flight tickets.
Egypt entry visa.
Beverage during meals.
Tipping to the driver, guides, or Nile cruise crew.
Tour price doesn't apply during peak seasons like Christmas, New Year, or during Egypt Easter tours.
any additional tours in Egypt that are not mentioned in our program.
Upon your arrival at the airport you'll be transfered to your hotel in Cairo. We will assist you with all the check-in procedures and revise all the pick-up times and the itinerary with you.
On your second day in Egypt, your professional tour guide will take you to your first destination: the Giza Plateau. You'll visit the three great pyramids: Khufu, Khafra, and Mankawra, the Great Sphinx; the human-headed status and valley temple of King Cheops.
You'll be able to enjoy a relaxing lunch break before continuing your exploration of the Necropolis of Giza and the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square. Your knowledgeable tour guide will be able to share insights about Egypt's history, the Egyptian kings and queens, and more.
On the third day, you'll have a tour of Coptic Cairo. You'll start the day at the Hanging Church (Saint Virgin Mary's Coptic Orthodox Church), built on the southern gate of the Roman Fortress, Ben Ezra Synagogue; Located deep in the winding alleys of Coptic Cairo, and finally Saints Sergius and Bacchus Church, also known as Abu Serga, in Coptic Cairo. After lunch, you will return to your hotel.
We'll spend the fourth day of your trip traveling to Wadi El-Natrun, a beautiful location that offers a variety of landscapes and attractions. You'll see several alkaline lakes, salt deposits, salt marshes, and freshwater marshes, before arriving in Alexandria late in the day. This is a great way to conclude your trip and enjoy some relaxation in your hotel.
We'll visit Saint Mark Cathedral on the next day, the large church is located on the eastern end of Saint Mark's Square. Then, the catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa, considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Middle Ages. Finally, we'll visit the fortress of Qitbay before transferring back to Cairo.
On the sixth day, after breakfast, we'll head to South Sinai to visit prophet Moses Springs and Saint Catherine monastery. Finally, on the seventh day, we'll finish our trip by heading to Mount Sinai.
Overnight at Saint Catherine.
On the seventh day, you'll have a once-in-a-lifetime experience climbing Mount Sinai. And at the end of the day, you'll be able to enjoy a relaxing trip back to Cairo.
We will meet you in your hotel lobby in the morning to transfer you to Cairo International Airport to board your final flight.
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Egypt has been one of the best and safest tourist destinations. You'll feel at home and as safe as you've ever been surrounded by friendly Egyptian hospitality and helpful locals. You can explore Egypt tours and trips and enjoy Egypt's generally very safe cities with some sensible precautions and planning. Thanks to its low crime rate, visitors will be safer in this country, especially in tourist hotspots.
The iconic Giza pyramids complex consists of three enormous pyramids built to honor several pharaohs. The Pyramid of Khufu is the only one of the three that offers guided visits. It also has, albeit incomplete, subterranean chambers and Khufu's sarcophagus, in whose honor the edifice was created. Near the structures are the tombs of the laborers who built the complex.
Since 1979, the Great Pyramids of Giza have been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was created using a century of architectural knowledge and abilities, resulting in an extremely accurate design. During building, special mortar was also employed.
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