Luxury 13 Days Holiday to Egypt Attractions

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Experience an opulent 13-day vacation in Egypt, where you will learn about the fascinating sights of the nation and make lifelong memories. With a thorough itinerary that mixes must-see sites with undiscovered secrets, our Egypt Luxury Tour Packages guarantee an absolutely remarkable experience.

Continuing your journey, venture into the enchanting Egyptian oases, where you'll discover a hidden side of Egypt's natural beauty. Explore with our Egypt Tours the lush landscapes, serene lakes, and ancient ruins of the oases, experiencing a unique blend of history and tranquility.

Throughout your 13-day holiday, our Egypt Day Tour ensures your comfort and satisfaction. Stay in hand-picked accommodations that offer the utmost luxury and enjoy seamless transportation and personalized services. Our knowledgeable guides will provide you with in-depth insights into Egypt's history and culture, enriching your travel experience!!

Contact us today to start planning your luxury holiday in Egypt. With our Egypt tour packages, you'll embark on a remarkable journey that combines iconic landmarks with off-the-beaten-path experiences, creating memories that will last a lifetime. Explore the wonders of Egypt with us and discover why it's a destination like no other.

  • All taxes and charges
  • Entrance Fees for All Mentioned Sites
  • Private Transfer with a Modern A.C. Vehicle
  • 4 days of accommodation in Cairo
  • 2 days of camping in the White Desert
  • 3 days of accommodation at a 5-star hotel in Siwa
  • 3 days of accommodation at a 5-star hotel in Alexandria
  • 1-day accommodation at a 5-star hotel in Marsa Matruh
  • Meals are available as mentioned in the tour itinerary.
  • Pick-up and drop-off service at Cairo International Airport
  • Professional English Egyptologist tour guides
  • International Airfare.
  • Egypt Entry Visa
  • Any extras not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Tipping is not included.
  • Drinking during meals
  • The tour price doesn't apply during peak seasons like Christmas, New Year, or Egypt Easter tours.

Upon your arrival at Cairo International Airport, your representative will be waiting for you and will take you to your hotel using an air-conditioned private vehicle.

After check-in, you will be transferred to the first stop, the Great Pyramid of Khufu and its successors, Kephron and Maiselinus.

The Sphinx will soon be brought to your attention. You will visit the Valley Temple of King Chephren after seeing how the pyramids were constructed. A panoramic tour is part of the Giza Pyramids tour, which allows visitors to see the entire complex at once and capture it on camera.

At the Giza Plateau, you can enjoy a unique camel ride experience that is sure to impress. You can also add on a 30-minute camel ride for an extra charge.

Then, rest for a traditional Egyptian lunch before continuing your journey to the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square. Tour the Egyptian Museum and learn about King Tutankhamun's jewels, treasures, and many other artifacts. At the end of the day, our agent will drop you off at your hotel in Cairo.

Overnight in Cairo

After lunch, you will be taken to a restaurant in the form of an oasis. Beginning your tour from Cairo at 7:00 AM, meet your tour guide at the specified location. You will travel four hours from Cairo to Bahariya Oasis in a contemporary air-conditioned car. At Bahariya, you will go to the ticket office in the middle of Bawiti Village and check out the Museum of Golden Mummies.

There's a chance to explore some truly unique spots in Egypt—and all for a very reasonable price. Travel to the White Desert and take part in the White Desert Safari in Cairo. You'll see the valley of Elhaize, a green village south of the oasis, in the middle of the desert before the Black Desert. If you have time, you might stop by to see the spring water there. You can also visit Crystal Mountain to see ancient crystal formations and the Valley of Agabat to experience the excitement of sandboarding down huge dunes. Finally, enjoy camping in the White Desert while your guide prepares dinner. This is an amazing opportunity to see an incredible sunset.

Take a break from the pollution of big cities and enjoy the brilliant stars while waking up to the most beautiful sight of the sun rising over the white desert.
Meal: Lunch and Dinner

On the second day of your Cairo day tours, you'll enjoy a delicious breakfast at the White Desert. Afterward, you'll continue your tours of the city by exploring the desert and springs in the area and taking pictures of the beautiful white limestone rocks there. You'll then be driven to Cairo, where you'll travel through the Black Desert, a region of picturesque mountains covered in tiny black volcanic rocks.

We'll take a short break and then continue our journey back to your Cairo hotel. We'll stop by Bahariya to explore the fruit fields, the sand dunes, the salt lake, and other sights.
 Meal: Breakfast

After breakfast, one of our representatives will choose a hotel in Cairo for you to visit some of the most prominent Fayoum sites. Fayoum is located about 95 kilometers from Cairo, and in 1989, Wadi El Rayan was declared a protected area. You can also visit the Wadi Hitan (Valley of the Whales) reserve, which is about 90 kilometers from Faiyum. Jabal Al Mudawara, which is located on the way to Wadi El Rayan Waterfalls, is also a popular destination.

In the Wadi El Rayan Falls, you can find the only waterfalls in Egypt. After a late lunch at a high-class restaurant, you'll be able to return to Cairo.

Meals: breakfast, lunch

Your tour guide will pick you up from your hotel in Cairo and take you to the Alex Sheraton El Montazah hotel, where you will be transferred to an air-conditioned vehicle for the ride to the start of your tour. We will visit Qaitbi Citadel, which is considered one of the most significant defensive strongholds not only in Egypt but also on the Mediterranean coast. The citadel is located in the eastern part of Pharos, near the entrance to the eastern harbor, and formed a significant part of Alexandria's fortification system in the 15th century AD. It was built exactly where the famous Lighthouse of Alexandria, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, previously stood.

We will cross Stanley Bridge, one of Alexandria's stunning new structures, on our route to the gardens. The gardens, which are home to a diverse collection of trees and plants, some of which are quite rare, are still in good condition.

Our amazing journey will come to an end at the Modern Alexandria Library, which is renowned for its open court and free museums. The Old Library was renowned around the world for its enormous book collection, which included works from many sciences and literature.

After this great tour around Alexandria, you will be picked up back at your hotel.

The Temple of Serapis was an important site in Alexandria during the Ptolemaic era. The largest memorial column in Egypt is located here, which was erected in Emperor Diocletian's honor during the Roman era. Our tour guide will pick you up in an air-conditioned car after breakfast to take you there.

The Abu Al-Abbas Al-Mursi mosque is the largest mosque in Alexandria, and it has a beautiful cream-colored façade with four enormous domes, ornate carvings, and a tall minaret. It is situated close to the Citadel of Qaitbay in the Anfoushi neighborhood, which is one of the most popular areas in Alexandria.

The Roman Amphitheatre is a beautiful and well-preserved complex that is located right in the heart of Alexandria. It has thirteen terraces, making it one of the largest Roman theatrical and residential complexes in Egypt. The Amphitheatre was built in a classical Greek fashion, and it is the only known Roman amphitheater in Egypt. It is an amazing place to visit, and it is the perfect end to our tour of Alexandria.

Experience the unique charm of Alexandria's historical district while admiring some of the city's most contemporary structures, like the Alexander the Great statue and the Unknown Soldier of Alexandria.

After that, you will be returned to your hotel by our tour guide.

After breakfast, we'll meet your tour guide to go sightseeing in El-Alamein. First, we'll visit the El Alamein War Museum to learn all there is to know about the Western Desert campaigns. After that, we'll take a break and stay overnight at the Eagle Marsa Matrouh Hotel.

Our guide will pick you up from your hotel in Marsa Matrouh and transfer you to Siwa in a modern and air-conditioned car. Check-in and overnight at Siwa Tazeri Hotel

After breakfast, visit Siwa's Old City to see the Alexander Temple, which is dedicated to the God Amon-26 Dynasty. Next, visit Um Ubeyda to see the Amun Ra Temple. After that, continue on to Cleopatra Spring to see the beautiful sunset views. Finally, visit the Siwa House Museum in the afternoon. In the evening, visit Fitnas Island to witness the magnificent sunset views.

We'll visit Maraki Village to kick off our trip to the Siwa Desert, where we'll see the first human footprint on the mountain dating back to prehistory and a spectacular archaeological sign. We'll travel over the desert to Great Siwa Mountain, where the first human footprint on the mountain dates back to prehistory, for a spectacular archaeological sign. We'll continue along the dunes on our safari tour until we get to the fossil region and see the stony coral reefs from the Cambrian era. Then, we'll make our way to Shaiata Lake, one of the spring eyes of the desert, where we can see Flamenco birds, have a nice spring bath, and enjoy the bath and the tranquil atmosphere. There is yet another chance to go sand surfing in the desert. After that, we'll visit Bir Wahid Spring, another hot spring, to relax.

After breakfast, we embark on a fascinating tour of the tombs on the Mountain of the Dead (Gabal El Maouta), where we may find the tombs of such notable individuals as SI Amon, MSW Isis, and the Crocodile Tomb. After that, we continue on to the Bedouin village of Abu Sherouf, where you'll observe the Roman Spring Eye, where we can see the unique culture of the desert nomads. After that, we visit the Dakrour Mountains. Finally, we enjoy dinner and spend the night in Siwa.
We have dinner and spend the night in Siwa.

After breakfast, our tour guide will take you to your accommodation hotel in Alexandria, and then we will visit the Alexandria Museum, which is the oldest museum in Egypt. The museum's collection includes objects from all periods of Egyptian history, from the Old Kingdom to the Roman period.

After lunch, we'll drive to the Alexandria Jewelry Museum, which is located in the heart of the city. The museum has a collection of over 30,000 pieces of jewelry from all different periods of Egyptian history. We'll take you back to your hotel and stay overnight there.

After breakfast, you will head to Cairo International Airport to catch your flight home. Make sure to travel safely!

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