Egypt Itinerary in 20 Days

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Egypt 20-Day Tour, Cairo, Luxor, Aswan, Alexandria, El Alamein

 Egypt has an abundance of towns and tourist destinations, both in the north and south. Magnificent cities like Alexandria, Luxor, Aswan, and Cairo are just a few of the many to explore.

Why not take an Easter break in one of the most beautiful countries in the world? Our Egypt tours offer a unique way to explore this precious ancient land, with its impressive monuments and rich history. You'll have the chance to see the Great Pyramids of Giza, the Valley of the Kings, and so much more. And of course, you'll have plenty of opportunities to enjoy the local culture, with visits to markets and villages. So why not book one of our Egypt Easter tours today? You won't regret it!

If you're looking for a fascinating vacation destination, look no further than Egypt. This country has a wealth of attractions, from ancient pyramids to bustling cities. With this 20-day itinerary, you'll have everything you need to explore all the highlights. Plus, a cruise down the Nile, a visit to the Valley of the Kings, and a stay in a traditional Bedouin camp are all guaranteed to be unforgettable experiences. Why not start your trip right now and see for yourself what makes Egypt such a captivating place?

If you're interested in more of our Nile cruise tours and excursions, we have many different options for you that will fit your needs perfectly.

Inclusion
  • Transportation to and from mentioned sites in a modern, air-conditioned luxury vehicle.
  • Professional English-speaking guide.
  • Entrance fees to our tour sites.
  • Bottled water during your trip.
  • All transportations in Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan.
  • All your tours and excursions are by an A/C vehicle.
  • Domestic airfare in your Egypt Tours.
  • 9 Nights hotel accommodation in Cairo Pyramids Hotel on bed and breakfast basis.
  • 7 Nights on Cruise board (Luxor & Aswan) full board (Sightseeing included).
  • 3 Nights hotel accommodation in Alexandria on bed and breakfast basis.
Exclusion
  • International flight tickets.
  • Entry visa to Egypt.
  • Beverage during meals.
  • Tipping is not included.
  • Any optional tours.
  • International Flights.

Cairo Airport: Upon arrival, a representative from our company will meet you and drive you in an air-conditioned vehicle to your hotel. Cairo overnight stay

After having your breakfast

The Great Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, Mykerinos, and Sphinx should be one of your first stops on your trip. A camel ride is included in the trip. Enter the Solar boat and third pyramid, which are also nearby.

The Step Pyramids of Zoser are the oldest significant stone construction in the world. They were built by King Djoser during the third dynasty (about 2630 BC).

After the people had moved to Memphis, which was established by King Menes and served as the first capital of Egypt for more than three thousand years, during the Old Kingdom, you will stop in Dahshur to see the Red Pyramid and the Bent Pyramid. Once you have arrived in Cairo,

you will overnight there.

 

After breakfast, you will be picked up by our guide at the hotel. Make your way to El Azhar, the earliest Islamic university, to have a visit. Continue on to Al Mouayyed Mosque, Bab Zuweila, which was constructed under Badr Al Dein Al Gamal's direction. After passing the Al Hussein Mosque, turn left onto Beit El Sehimy, a distinctive Islamic home. Continue on foot to Bab al Fetouh and Bab Al Nasr, which were constructed under the direction of Gawhar El Sakaly. Then, visit the Khan el-Khalili market. Return to your accommodation overnight.

After having breakfast, begin your tour by going to the magnificent Salah El Din Citadel, where the Mohamed Ali Alabaster Mosque is located. Next, go to the Ibn Tulun Mosque, the Gair Anderson Museum, and Old Cairo, where you can see the Roman fortress, the Hanging Church (also known as the Al Moaallaka Church), and St. Sergius, who provided protection for the holy family. Make sure to take a Nile cruise in the evening with food and traditional Egyptian entertainment. Finally, you will return to your hotel in Cairo overnight.

Breakfast. to catch a flight to Luxor after the transfer. Arrival, followed by transport to the cruise. Embarkation. On board lunch.

visit to the Karnak temples for the evening Sound & Light performance. Sleep in Luxor.

The cruise itineraries and timings could occasionally change as a result of Nile sailing conditions. We guarantee that, despite the itinerary's altered sequence, our clients will still see everything on it.

Sleep in Luxor.

The cruise itineraries and timings could occasionally change as a result of Nile sailing conditions. We guarantee that, despite the itinerary's altered sequence, our clients will still see everything on it.

a meal served on board. Visit to the Luxor Temple to witness Ramses the Great's granite sculptures and the courtyard. Go to Karnak, which has a number of temples that were constructed during various eras. Visit the Unfinished Propylon, the Hypostyle Hall with its 134 enormous columns, the Obelisks of Queen Hatshepsut and Tutomosis III, the Temple of Amon with its papyrus and lotus decorations, the Granite Scarbeus of Amenophis III, and the Sacred Lake starting via the Avenue of Sphinxes. Go to the Luxor Museum. returning to the cruise Navigate to Esna. Dinner and Lunch on Board. Stay the night in Esna.

a meal served on board. Visit the Esna Temple. Visit the Temple of Horus at Edfu after sailing there. Lunch served aboard. Reach Kom Ombo via sea. Evening tea. Disco Night. Sleep in Kom Ombo.

Breakfast. Sail to Kom Ombo. Visit The Temple of Kom Ombo. Lunch on board. Sail to Edfu. Afternoon Tea. Dinner on board. Overnight in Aswan.

a meal served on board. Navigate to Aswan. Visit The High Dam, which was finished in 1964, to begin your trip. You can look over Lake Nasser from here. The Agilkian island is reached by speedboat from the Philae temple. Visit the temple that was relocated from their native island of Philae and that Lake Nasser's waters keep underwater for the most of the year. Between the 26th dynasty and the Roman era, the great Temple of Isis and associated monuments were constructed. Aswan, spend the night.

a meal served on board. A/C vehicle departure for the Temples of Abu Simbel excursion. One of the wonders of ancient Egyptian architecture is the enormous Temple of Abu Simbel, which Ramses II (of the XIXth Dynasty) erected and recently saved from being submerged by the Nile rivers. The temples were cut out of a sandstone rock cliff and have enormous facades with carvings of the gods to which each was devoted.

Lunch on board. Afternoon Tea. Dinner on board. Games Party. Overnight in Aswan.

a meal served on board.

If you want to make your time in Luxor unique, hot balloon is the way to go. gently passing over the Mountain of the Nobles, the Valley of the Kings, and the Valley of the Queens.

Depending on the weather, the flight lasts for roughly 30:45 minutes.

excursion to Thebes' Necropolis. Drive over the Nile to the Valley of Kings, where you may see the tombs of several dynasties, including King Tut's. The Deir El Bahari Temple. Stop at the Colossi of Memnon, two enormous sculptures of Amenopis III seated and facing the Nile, on the way back. Lunch on the ship. Evening tea. Meal served aboard. Disco Night. Spend the night in Luxor.

a meal served on board. Disembarkation. You will be picked up from the Luxor cruise to visit the ancient sites by our guide. Visit Abydos first, where the ancient Egyptians thought the deity (Lord of the underworld) was buried. The temple, often referred to as the Seti I temple, was begun by King Seti I and finished by King Ramses II.
It is situated in Abydos City, which is 135 kilometers from Luxor and 420 kilometers south of Cairo in the Sohag Government.
One of Egypt's most exquisitely preserved art forms is found on the walls of the Osiris Temple at Abydos, where there are murals depicting the Gods and Pharaohs. Continue on to Dandara to see the temple dedicated to the goddess of joy and love, Hathor. Cairo, The temple may be found at Dandara, which is north of Luxor.

Flight departure for Cairo, arrival, and hotel transfer. Cairo's overnight stay

Breakfast. Your hotel room will be picked up by one of our representatives. The tastiest meals in Egypt include Egyptian cuisine, which is one of life's great joys. To experience the true flavour of Egypt, visit off-the-beaten-path locations that are not mentioned in any travel guides.

Our food tours in Cairo and Alexandria are the ideal tour for those who want to experience local Egyptian culture, eat at restaurants that only locals frequent, and learn about important historical sites. Cairo day tour organizes specialty food and beverage tours for all visitors to Egypt, especially food lovers from around the world. At the moment, we are organizing three tours, but we can also create a food adventure tour anywhere in Egypt.

Move to El Ghorya market, a very typical Egyptian market in the lovely Fatimid Cairo, after beginning your shopping excursion in the historic downtown marketplaces. Near the Khan El Khalili and El Azhar mosque is the lovely Gamalia Street.
go to the historic Bab Zuwayla neighborhood, Bab al Futah, and Bab el Nasr. El Mosky, a busy Egyptian market with everything, is your next visit.
El Mosky is renowned for its costs since all of the goods are sold here at retail rates by the market's vendors. You'll be taken back to your accommodation when your tour is over.

The most prestigious, oldest, and Middle Eastern building is Khan el Khalili. It was constructed over the tombs of the Fatimid caliphs. When you enter, you'll see ornate windows that overlook the street, numerous copper water fountains for the public, crowded, narrow alleys, and a lot of traders and their wares.
visit the vicinity of the Pyramids in the evening to see the Sound & Light performance. Cairo overnight stay

 

Breakfast. You will be picked up by our driver at the hotel. Begin your tour of Alexandria by moving. Drive an air-conditioned car to Alexandria. Arrive, meet your tour guide, and begin the trip by going into the Catacombs, the biggest Roman cemetery, which is comprised of three levels carved out of the rock. Then you will travel to Pompay's Pillar, which was built at the end of the 4th century in honour of the Emperor Diocletian.

Visit the lighthouse, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, which is currently located on the same location as the fortress of Qaitbey.

Then go to Abbo Elabbas Mosque, the Alexandrian military unknown's largest and most beautiful mosque. Returning to the hotel Stay the night in Alexandria

Breakfast. You will be picked up by our guide at the hotel. Start your journey at the Roman Amphitheater in Alexandria, which has an exhibit of the city's submerged monuments that were found beneath its East Harbor.

Visit the Alexandria Library, which has 8 million books and is now the largest library in the world. During the visit, you may check out the reading room.

Visit the Ruler Farouk's Royal Gardens to see the royal palaces of Haramlek and Salamlek and the royal beaches of the queens. King Farouk is the last king of Egypt in recorded history. Visit St. Mark's Church, which is the oldest church in Africa.

Drive along the Cornish 30 km to see the entire city of Alexandria from the sea, including the old harbor where we discovered 7000 monuments underwater, stop over the famous Stanley modern landmark of Alexandria, visit the old down town, and stroll through the old city center to observe the real cold city of Alexandria that Alexander the Great built. Return to your hotel in style. Alexandria, for the night.

Breakfast. You will be picked up by our guide at the hotel. Driving 60 miles from Alexandria to Rosetta to experience the city's modest way of life.

As soon as you arrive, you'll board a motorboat and go along the Nile, where you'll see where the Nile and the Mediterranean meet, as well as the fortress where the Rosetta Stone was unearthed in 1799.

Many Islamic sites will be visible after that, and you can return to your accommodation in luxury. Rosetta offers a wealth of things to do, so if you have time, let us know what you're interested in, and we'll make arrangements for you. Overnight in Alexandria.

Breakfast. You will be picked up from your accommodation by our guide to begin your full-day tour of Alamain. You will be able to visit the Alamain War Museum, where you can examine the history of the conflict as well as various weaponry and uniforms used by the participants' forces' soldiers. The Commonwealth & German Cemeteries are then open for your visit. Returning to the hotel Cairo overnight stay

Breakfast. Your trip will begin with a stop at the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities after our guide picks you up from your hotel. The greatest and most valuable collection of Egyptian art in the world is on exhibit together with unique pieces from 5000 years of art. Including a display of the gold, jewels, and artifacts from Tutankhamen's collection. Visit the Mummies area inside.

then you can spend your day on your way, like visiting Cairo's downtown, where you may take a free walking tour through the city's most well-known neighborhoods, home to contemporary malls and clothing stores. After that, you'll head to El Tahrir Square, which rose to prominence after the 25th of January Revolution, before enjoying an ice cream treat and going on a walking tour.

The next stop is Cairo Tower, one of Egypt's most popular contemporary attractions. You may capture stunning nighttime shots of Cairo with the assistance of your tour guide. Finally, our guide will drive you to your hotel in Cairo so you may spend the night there.

Breakfast. You will be picked up by our guide at the hotel.

Visit the Monastery of Saint Simon, often called the Zabbaleen Cave Church. It may be reached by taking a short drive through the neighborhood known as "Garbage City," which is home to many Zabbaleen or garbage collectors. It is situated on Mokattam Mountain. then visit the Monastery of Saint Simon, also called the Zabbaleen Cave Church. It may be reached by taking a short drive through the neighborhood known as "Garbage City," which is home to many Zabbaleen or garbage collectors. It is situated on the Mokattam Mountain.

Pick up from your Cairo hotel in the morning and travel to the Monastery of Saint Simon, also called the Cave Church of Zabbaleen,  First we visit, Saint Simon the Tanner Hall and St. Mark’s Church.we continue and visit the Cathedral of Virgin Mary and St. Simon the Tanner,  After the tour transfer back to your hotel.

Overnight in Cairo.

Following breakfast at the hotel, a representative will drive you to the airport and help you with the necessary departure procedures.

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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.

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