10 Days Magical Easter Adventure in Egypt

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 Magical Easter Adventure in Egypt

Be part of the Magic Easter Adventure in Egypt is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will take you deep into the heart of this ancient and mysterious land. For nine nights and ten days, you’ll explore the incredible sights and sounds of Egypt, from the bustling cities to the pristine beaches and the awe-inspiring monuments. Take a magical journey to Egypt Easter tours and explore the wonders of this ancient land with a 9 nights and 10 days Magic Easter Adventure in Egypt! Enjoy a culture and history that is over five millennia old with our Egypt travel packages. Get up close and personal with the magnificent monuments and ruins that dot the landscape and explore the vast desert that has captivated visitors for centuries.

This Egypt trip is truly an unforgettable experience. From ancient monuments to bustling cities, and from the desert with our Egypt desert safari tour to the Red Sea, you’ll have the opportunity to explore this ancient and mysterious land with our Egypt day tours. Egypt is a place where the past, present, and future are all intertwined, making it a perfect destination for an unforgettable holiday with our Egypt family tours.

So don't wait, book your 10 days Easter adventures in Egypt today!

  • Meet and assist services at the Airports by Cairo Top Tours tour leaders.
  • Your accommodation at Cairo pyramids Hotel for 4 nights in on bed & breakfast in Cairo.
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Luxor for a 5-star hotel on bed & breakfast..
  • Accommodation in Aswan for 2 nights in on bed & breakfast.
  • Accommodation in Aswan for 1 nights on bed & breakfast.
  • All transportations from and to the airport, hotel, and during your tours are covered by a private nonsmoking air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Entrance fees to all the mentioned sites during your trip.
  • Internal flight tickets from Cairo to Luxor and back from Aswan to Cairo.
  • An English-speaking tour guide will accompany you during the tours.
  • Meals will be served as shown in the Egypt Tour 10 Days itinerary.
  • Bottled water and soft drinks.
  • Stops for snacks upon request.
  • Try local tea mint or coffee in one of the most famous cafes in Cairo, such as El-Fishawy or Layali El-Hussein.
  • Shopping Tours in Cairo. (if you are interested).
  • All taxes and service charges are included in your trip cost.
  • International flight tickets.
  • Entry visa to Egypt.
  • Any extra activities that are not mentioned in the itinerary. 
  • Beverage during meals.
  • The tipping kitty is not included in the 10 Day Trip to Egypt prices.

Our Cairo Top Tour representative will meet you at the Cairo airport and take you to the Giza pyramids to begin your tour.

The Giza Pyramids are one of the few remaining wonders of the ancient world, located on the Giza Plateau where you will first travel.

Before heading down the valley to the enormous Sphinx, who proudly acts as the Mortuary complex's guardian, you tour the Pyramids and take in panoramic views from the western plateau.

We then proceed to one of Egypt's most important government papyrus institutes, where you can choose from a wide range of hand-painted papyrus sheets and watch a demonstration of how the ancient paper known as papyrus is made. This place is near the pyramids.

Experience a great Cairo orientation trip that includes the amazing Old Cairo sights and the intriguing maze of alleyways and booths in the old city.

Among other important Cairo monuments, visit Old and Coptic Cairo, where you can visit the Hanging Church, the Ben Ezra Synagogue, the Church of St. Barbara, and the Church of Abu Serga. These are all important historical landmarks, and they're a great way to learn more about the culture of ancient Egypt.

We will be taking a break for lunch at a restaurant in Old Cairo. This will give us an opportunity to explore this fascinating part of the city.

Khan el-Khalili is an ancient marketplace in Cairo that has been the center of commerce for over 1400 years. It's a perplexing maze of lanes, full of treasures and interesting finds. If you're looking for something special, this is the place to go.
You will be transferred back to your hotel for the night.

After you finish your breakfast at the hotel, the tour leader will pick you up from the hotel, help you to check-out so you can catch the flight from Cairo to Luxor, and then transfer you to your hotel in Luxor so you can relax before our trip begins.

We'll pick you up from your hotel in Luxor and drive you to the Luxor Museum, which is the second-most visited museum in the country after the Cairo Egyptian Museum.

This museum has a vast collection of artefacts from excavations at various historically significant locations throughout the region. Highlights include jewelry, pottery, sculptures, and stone tablets from the Luxor and Karnak temples, as well as the statue of Thutmose III and Tutankhamun's personal items. This is an excellent opportunity to see some of the most significant pieces of Egyptian art.

Our next stop is the Mummification Museum, which is overseen by the deity Anubis. This museum will teach you about the unique rite of mummification and discuss the 70-day process of mummification, as well as the origins of the instruments and the social marginalization that those who worked on the remains went through. It was established in 1997.

After this informative history presentation, we will take you back to your hotel.

Having your breakfast will be your first thinf you will do in pur day after that our tour leader will take you from your hotel to start your day journey to the West Bank of Luxor. The Valley of the Kings, the Necropolis of Thebes, which is located on the West Bank of Luxor, will be your first stop. This historic necropolis must be seen by visitors visiting Luxor. It is made up of graves that are hidden beneath Thebes Mountain. Here, visitors may explore three graves from different dynasties. Your Egyptologist tour guide may advise you on which tombs to see. After visiting the burials, you'll be transported to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. The two largest ancient sculptures in Egypt, the Colossi of Memnon, will be your next stop.

then go to a nearby restaurant for lunch before being driven back to your accommodation.

Today after breakfast, we will depart and go to Kom Ombo and Edfu. In Kom Ombo, you may see the Temple of Kom Ombo, which is dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek. You depart after this stop and head for Edfu. You'll be brought to the Temple of Horus to see the falcon-headed deity Horus. This relatively recent pharaonic temple has been well maintained and is thus quite impressive. In the evening, we'll transport you to your hotel in Aswan so you may check in and perhaps spend the night there.

You will have your delicious breakfast in the hotel and our tour guide will take you to visit Aswan attraction.

Since the 1960s, the Aswan High Dam, an embankment dam built in Aswan, Egypt, that spans the Nile, has sometimes been referred to simply as the Aswan Dam. 

The older Aswan Low Dam, which was first constructed downstream in 1902, was of significantly less significance than this one. 

The success of the Low Dam, which was then being exploited to its utmost potential, led the government to make building the High Dam a key priority after the Egyptian Revolution of 1952.It was thought that Egypt's projected industrialisation depended on the dam's capacity to provide hydroelectricity, store more water for agriculture, and improve flood management. Like its previous installation, the High Dam has had a significant influence on Egypt's economy and culture. then grab lunch at a nearby eatery.

After that, go from Aswan to Abu Simbel in an air-conditioned minibus. Due to their unusual construction, the two temples of Abu Simbel are thought to be the best examples of ancient Egypt. They demonstrate the beauty and grandeur of the coming Kingdom. UNESCO and the Egyptian government decided to collaborate in order to protect these sites from flooding. The temple bearing their names was dedicated to Ptah, Re-Her-Akhtey, Amun-Re, and Ramesses II. Another name for the massive Abu Simbel temple is the Sun Temple of Ramses II.

The Temple of Queen Nefertari, also known as the Temple of Hathor since she was the Sun God's wife, is a symbolic union of Ramesses II, Hathor, and the Sun God. Spend roughly three hours there before going back to your accommodation in Aswan to spend the night.


Following breakfast, check out, and our tour guide will take you up to visit The Philae Temple is one of Egypt's most beautiful temple complexes. To reach the ruins, which are located immediately south of the former Aswan Dam, one must take a water taxi to the island of Aglika. The temple was relocated to its current position when the High Dam was constructed and threatened to drown it forever. When the complex was meticulously rebuilt in its current position, the original plan and design were meticulously preserved. This even included landscaping the island to resemble the complex's former location. During the Ptolomaic Dynasty, Philae rose to popularity as the centre of Isis' adoration.

You will be dropped off at the Aswan airport when your trip is complete so you can board your aircraft to Cairo. Upon arrival in Cairo, be transferred to your hotel where you will stay the night.

Today our Bahariya Oasis Tour will be started and our tour leader will come and take you from Cairo You'll continue your Oasis Tour by seeing the renowned Mummies Hall, The Golden Mummies, and the temple of Ain El Muftella after taking a stroll through the ancient hamlet, travelling to the Black Mountains, and stopping at the salt lake. Your Oasis Tour will be accompanied by an English-speaking tour guide, and after lunch you will be driven back to your Cairo hotel for the evening.

After eating your tasty breakfast you will be picked up by our representative to visit Alexandria's significant Greco-Roman ruins and learn about the city's ancient past.

After visiting the Serapeum, a temple that holds Pompey's Pillar, a red granite column, descend to the eerie Kom el Shoqafa Catacombs. Not to be missed are the nearby mosaics and the meticulously reconstructed Roman amphitheatre.

then make your way to the water to enjoy a feast of Mediterranean seafood.

Next, investigate the 15th-century maritime fort that was built on the site of the former Lighthouse of Alexandria, the Citadel of Qaitbay.

The National Museum of Alexandria's underwater archaeological exhibits will take you back in time to the ancient world.

as a result Explore the wide world of Egyptian cuisine, which takes inspiration from Ottoman and Arab traditions, on a tour of the city's street dishes. Enjoy specialties include koshary, a spicy combination of lentils, noodles, and sour tomato sauce, in addition to kebabs, mixed grills, meze dips, and seafood. To end, ice cream and delicious desserts.

then take you to your Alexandria hotel where you may check in and spend the night.

in the mori=ning our tour leader will come and take you after you made your check out in the hotel.

For a long time, the centre of learning in the ancient world was the Great Library of Alexandria. Start the day by seeing the magnificent new Alexandrian Library, which took its place. The Nabi Daniel Mosque and the Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi Mosque are arguably two of Alexandria's most well-known mosques to visit next.

then bike down the corniche till you reach the Stanley Bridge and Montazah Palace Gardens, finally, In the evening, we'll go to Cairo, drop you off at your hotel, and spend the night there.

Eventually you will w back by air-conditional car to Cairo airport for your last departure flight and after finishing your breakfast at the hotel.

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Here are some fun things to do and see in Egypt that you will enjoy. You can stroll through the busy streets of Cairo and see many interesting things like The pyramids of Giza are very interesting. You can also take a boat ride on the Nile River, which is very big and beautiful. In Luxor, there is a temple you can visit and you can also see where the kings and queens were buried a long time ago. Another temple you can go to is the Temple of Hatshepsut. And if you like swimming and fish-watching, you can snorkel in the Red Sea.

 Alexandria is known for its rich history and architectural wonders. Some of the main attractions include the Citadel of Qaitbay, the Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa, the Library of Alexandria, Montaza Palace, and the Corniche (waterfront promenade).

Egypt is home to iconic landmarks such as the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Luxor's temples and tombs, and the historic city of Alexandria.

The majority of travelers visiting Egypt go on guided tours, and those that do so typically take buses or Nile River Cruises. However, you can drive yourself around Egypt if you rent a car. It is advised to have an international driver's license. 


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