Egypt Easter tour packages in 10 days
Everyone, are you ready for the most amazing 10 days of your life? With an Easter tour to Egypt, you can explore the ancient wonders of the world and experience a part of history that will leave you in awe. Experience one of the world's oldest civilizations on an unforgettable 10-day Easter tour of Egypt. From the famed Pyramids of Giza to the vast deserts of the Sinai, this Egypt easter tour will have you captivated from start to finish. See the ancient temples and tombs, enjoy the bustling markets and lively nightlife, and take in the stunning scenery of this incredible country. Travelers of all ages will love a Egypt trip on our amazing Egypt travel packages!
Our Egypt day tours are perfect for anyone looking to explore this fascinating country. Book your trip today and experience all the highlights for yourself.
A qualified tour guide.
The cost of transportation is covered in Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan.
3 nights of bed and breakfast lodging in Cairo Pyramids Hotel in Cairo.
Facilities in Fayoum two nights of breakfast-only.
Your lodging for 4 nights on a full-board basis on the 5-star MS Blue Shadow Nile cruise from Luxor to Aswan.
Flights from Cairo to Luxor and Aswan to Cairo on a round-trip basis.
Admission costs to the historical sites and museums listed in the itinerary.
Lunch menus from high-quality establishments, as specified.
You will be transported in private, air-conditioned automobiles to and from the airports, hotels, and on the tours.
All of your sightseeing excursions in Cairo are private, and the Cairo Top Trips group shares the sightseeing during the Egypt Nile cruise tours.
Mineral water in bottles.
During your Cairo day excursions, stops will be made for snacks at your discretion.
Shopping excursions in Aswan, Luxor, or Cairo (Upon demand).
All service fees and taxes.
Entry Visa to Egypt
Drinks served with meals.
Our pricing for Egypt Tours do not include gratuities.
Welcome to Egypt! We're glad to have you here and we're excited to show you around.
Our tour guide will be waiting for you at the Cairo International Airport and will help you with customs and transportation to your lodging.
Upon arrival at the hotel our representative will help you with check in procedures and you will be served a welcome drink.
We'll have a lot of sights to see in the morning, so make sure to get some rest.
After breakfast, start an exciting tour to the most famous sights in Egypt.
The Sphinx is the largest monolithic statue in the world and the first known example of colossal sculpture. Start with the Great Pyramids of Cheops, Khafre and Menkaure.
The Valley Temple, which King Chefren is credited with constructing in the 26th century BCE and which was used in part for mummy preservation, is also nearby.
We'll head to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, one of the most famous museums in the world for its vast collection of Egyptian treasures and monuments. Among its most outstanding pharaonic art objects is the Tutankhamen collection.
We will then stroll through Cairo's historic downtown streets beginning with the massive mediaeval Salah El-din Citadel and its enclosed Mohamed Ali alabaster mosque, once a barrier against the Crusaders. Awe-inspiring vaulted ceilings, hanging lights, and metropolitan views may all be enjoyed from this former fortress. Enjoy your evening exploring the Khan El Khalili Old Market and the Old Cairo churches.
Take a two-hour trip down the Nile River while enjoying an Egyptian-style dinner and live entertainment by signing up for a fantastic dinner cruise in the evening. Enjoy a breathtaking Nile cruise dinner before going back to your hotel for an overnight.
After taking your breakfast, you'll take a brief flight to Luxor. There are 420 kilometres between this small community in the Nile Valley and Cairo (676 kilometres). One of the day's events is a visit to the Karnak Temple, which is Egypt's largest remaining temple. It was established in the Middle Kingdom and was once a prominent religious centre. On the east side of the Nile, you will also be able to visit the vast Luxor Temple complex. It was developed in the New Kingdom around 1400 BCE.
Today, board a boat to start your journey down the Nile. You'll visit the Valley of the Monarchs to see Tutankhamun's and other affluent nobility's rock-cut tombs, which date from the sixteenth to the eleventh centuries BCE. The remnants of Amenhotep's memorial temple can then be seen at the Colossi of Memnon. Amenhotep III's towering sculptures, which were erected to guard the temple's entrance, are now reduced to only two. the Temple of Hatshepsut next. The monument to Queen Hatshepsut is the focal point of Deir el-Bahri, a complex of funerary temples and tombs.
You'll pass Esna Lock en route to your next destination today, the temples at Edfu. Your guide will go through the significance of these temples in more detail. The Edfu Temple of Horus was constructed between 237 and 57 BCE. Many of its inscriptions may still be made out inside of one of Egypt's best-preserved temples. You can unwind on the boat after dinner while observing the sun set over the Nile.
The river journey continues until Kom Ombo. At the Temple of Sobek and Haroeris at Kom Ombo, the crocodile god Sobek and the falcon god Haroeris were revered (Haroeris). Many of the walls of its courts, halls, sanctuaries, and chambers still exist, along with wall sculptures and statues. Late in the afternoon, the journey continues to Aswan, where you will spend the night.
There will be time today to visit the Aswan High Dam, which was begun in the 1960s and finished in 1970. It was an engineering marvel at the time since it increased Egypt's arable land by 30% and doubled the country's power supply. Instead, go to the Philae Temple, whose construction began in 690 BCE.
The magnificent Abu Simbel Temples, a pair of temples built in Egypt between 1279 and 1213 BCE, will then be our next stop on the tour.
Take pleasure in your dinner and the ship's night.
This morning, you'll board a flight to Cairo. When you arrive, we'll take you to your hotel in Cairo so you can unwind. Later on, you may go shopping, eat some Egyptian food, or simply enjoy the sights of the Nile River as the sun sets.
staying at a hotel
In a contemporary, air-conditioned vehicle, our tour leader picks you up from your hotel in Cairo to begin our journey to Fayoum. When we arrive in Fayoum, our first stop is
A nice site to find guides for all of Fayoum is the Kom Aushim Museum. In 1974, the Museum was first constructed. It features relics dating from the Prehistoric to Roman Epochs as well as a painting of Fayoum.
at the following stop Karanis (The Lord's Town) is one of the largest Greco-Roman cities in the Fayoum. Originally settled in the third century B.C. by the mercenaries of Ptolemy the Second's army. Two temples can be found in the city.
Then, we'll move on to Hawara (Arsinoiton polis), which was established during Amenemhet III's construction of the Pyramid Complex in the eleventh Dynasty.
Then, we'll go to Lake Qarun, which was named for the King who was buried there with all of his wealth and treasures. as well as lunch being provided on Qarun Lake.
We will see the Waterfall and the 673-kilometer-long, 42-meter-deep valley known as Wadi El Rayan at the end of the tour.
In 1966, this depression was converted into a water reservoir when it was connected to Qarun Lake via underground pipes.
We visit the village of Tunis at the end of our journey and tour the pottery art school.
a night in a hotel in Fayoum
Using a 4x4 Jeep, start your desert adventure at Tunis Village, Qarun Lake, or anywhere your tour guide chooses after picking you up from your hotel after breakfast. Travel to the desert's Wadi El Hitan. "Wadi Al Hitan" is this. WADI EL-HITAN, discovered in 1936 and well-known to scientists in the Zeuglodon Valley, is a protected region and a natural heritage site that was inducted into the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2005. It is situated 35 kilometres west of Wadi El-Ryan and immediately into the western desert.
It is a site that is abundant in fossils and is regarded as an outdoor museum. It dates back 45 million years and is the location of soft rock fossils such petrified mangrove roots, shark teeth, and prehistoric whale teeth.
Coral and seashell fossils can be found all over this area. Visit the Fossil & Climate Change Museum, which has numerous fossilised mangroves, whale bones, and other prehistoric marine life outside and numerous fossils, skeletons, and other prehistoric marine life inside glass exhibits. Afterwards, visit Qusur El Arab, savour your supper, and then return to the Fayoum oasis to see the Madinet Madi shrine. Drive to Cairo on the way back. Visit the Fayoum Pyramids before travelling to your Cairo accommodation.
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