This 12-day journey will take you through the bustling city of Cairo, a cruise down the iconic Nile River, and a visit to the surreal White Desert. With all the exciting activities, breathtaking views, and delicious food, this trip will be an unforgettable experience.
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Cairo,Luxor and Aswan
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You will be greeted and assisted by the representative of our organization at Cairo International Airport. transfer in a private air-conditioned vehicle to the hotel, and Spend the night in a hotel.
The start time is 8:00 a.m. After breakfast, our tour guide will pick you up from your hotel in Cairo. Your full Cairo day tours to Giza Pyramids include the Great Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinos are the first destination. Then proceed to the Valley Temple, where the priests mummified the remains of King Chephren. The Sphinx, a legendary guardian with a lion's body and king Chephren's head that stands close to a vast tomb complex, may also be seen up close.
A complete meal is provided for each person at a local restaurant for lunch in between visits; however, drinks are not included. then travel just 27 kilometers southwest of Cairo to Sakkara. Visit the Step Pyramid, which was constructed for King Zoser and is said to have been a key development in the growth of the pyramids from the simple mastaba to its well-known design.
Visit the Dahshur Pyramids next (Bent and Red Pyramids) A royal necropolis known as the Dahshur area is located on the West Bank of the Nile about 40 kilometers (25 miles) south of Cairo. It is well known for its several pyramids, two of which are among the earliest, largest, and best preserved in all of Egypt. They were built between 2613 and 2589 BCE.
Visit Memphis City, the historic capital of Egypt, to view the majestic alabaster Sphinx and the huge statue of Ramses II. This city has existed since the year 3100 B.C.
After the Tour, you'll be driven back to your accommodation.
Following breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel by one of our representatives to go on a tour of Cairo that includes a stop at the Egyptian Museum, which displays artefacts from the Pharaonic era. The collection, thought to be the largest and most priceless collection of Egyptian art in existence, spans 5000 years and is on display in the museum. Nearly 250,000 amazing artefacts are on display.
After that, you will be taken to a neighbouring restaurant for lunch. In order to reach Islamic Cairo, where Khan El Khalili, Cairo's famed bazaar, is situated, keep travelling. The following stops on our way to Coptic Cairo are the Hanging Church, the Church of St. Barbara, and the Church of Abu Serga. After that, you'll be taken back to your accommodation in Cairo.
In order to learn more about Egypt, our representative will pick you up from your hotel after breakfast and take you to The Cairo Tower, a free-standing concrete tower in Cairo. It is currently Cairo's the highest point. At 187 m, it held the title of the tallest structure in Egypt and North Africa for about 50 years. From up there, you can see the Saladin Citadel, the Nile, and all of Cairo. From 1910 to 1971, it held the record for the highest building in Africa. It is a lovely viewpoint and a wonderful experience.
The Saladin Citadel, which Salah al-Din built in 1183 AD as a defense against Crusader warriors on the Moqattam Hills, will thereafter be reached after a short drive. With mosques and museums, including the Mosque of Muhammad Ali Pasha, it is today a conserved historic monument that is renowned for its clean air and sweeping views of Cairo.
then transport you back to your hotel in Cairo.
Following breakfast, you will be met by our tour guide in the lobby of your hotel and driven in an air-conditioned vehicle to the majestic Manial Palace of Prince Mohamed Ali Pasha, better known as King Farouk's uncle. He ordered it to be built in a style that combined European Art Nouveau and Rococo with several traditional Islamic architecture styles, including Ottoman, Moorish, and Persian, in order to create imaginative combinations in spatial design, architectural and interior decorations, and opulent materials. The grounds around the prince's residence compound, which consists of five distinct and separately themed buildings, are where the prince's collection of rare tropical flora was developed.
Then you'll arrive there. In order to serve as one of the official residences for Egypt's former ruling dynasty and royal family, the old Abdeen Palace in Cairo was built. It is located above Qasr el-Nil Street in eastern Downtown Cairo and is now one of the President of Egypt's official residences.
Following that, you'll go to the Baron Palace, which was established on Al-Oruba Street in Heliopolis, Cairo, by Belgian businessman Baron Edward Empain. The palace was built in an Indian architectural style.
After the trip, you'll be driven back to the hotel.
Before reaching Aswan, where you will explore the Temple of Philae and take a Felucca excursion to view Elephantine, the High Dam, and the Unfinished Obelisk, you will be picked up from your hotel in Cairo to catch a flight for Aswan.
Philae Temple: Built to honor the goddess Isis, it was the last temple to be built using traditional Egyptian architecture. With construction beginning in 690 BC, it was one of the last locations where the goddess was worshipped.
The Aswan High Dam, an earthen dam that divides Egypt from Sudan in the north, is known as the high dam. The dam is fueled by the River Nile, and Lake Nasser is formed by the reservoir. Construction on the project began in 1960 and was completed in 1968. In 1971, it was properly inaugurated.
The Unfinished Obelisk: In ancient Egypt, Aswan provided the finest granite needed to fashion statues and adorn temples, pyramids, and obelisks. The gigantic incomplete obelisk in the Northern Quarries has offered substantial light on how these monuments were constructed, even if the general construction procedure is still unknown. Three of the nearly 42m long sides of the shaft were finished, with the exception of the inscriptions.12 p.m. Lunch on cruising,
Enjoy the sailing tour offered by the Felucca around Elephantine island.
tour to a Nubian village that is optional
Visit a Nubian Village. The Nubian Village is thriving, entertaining, and friendly. Dinner and overnight onboard the Cruise
We'll visit the Kom Ombo Temple in the early morning hours after breakfast aboard the Nile cruise.
The temple was constructed largely during the Ptolemaic and Roman eras in honor of the gods Sobek and Horus (332 B.C. and 395 A.C.). We will then board the Nile Cruise once more and go to Edfu, where we will spend the night. Dinner &overnight onboard the Cruise
While on a Nile cruise, having breakfast and visiting Edfu Temple, an upper Egyptian site with a substantial temple to the hawk god Horus that has been well preserved Between the reigns of Ptolemy the Third and Ptolemy the Fourth, the Ptolemaic temple of Horus was built, which was built on the foundation of an even older temple (246 B.C.). The narrative of the war between Horus and Seth is depicted on the walls and is probably performed as a religious performance every year.
As you sail to Luxor, pass the Esna lock.
then go to the Luxor Temple, which was largely built by Amenhotep III of the New Kingdom and finished by King Tutankhamon and the Great King Ramses II. Additionally, Ramses II built the first pylon, which was embellished with his military triumph at the Battle of Kadesh. Dinner and overnight onboard the Cruise
have breakfast on board and visit Luxor's west bank while traveling along the Nile.
The beautiful Valley of the Kings is where the ancient Pharaohs, who once lay in impossibly large stone sarcophagi, await eternity. This valley was formerly referred to as the Great Place of the Truth, but it is now called the Valley of the Kings. The lonely valley beyond Deir el Bahri is dominated by the Pyramid-Shaped Mountain Peak.
The enormous sculptures known as The Memnon Colossi, as they are often known, are the remains of what formerly stood as the largest building on the west bank and was constructed by Amenhotep the Third. About 18 M above the plain, they rise.
The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut: The temple of Queen Hatshepsut rises out of the desert plain in a series of terraces and blends with the steep limestone cliffs of the eastern slope of Theban Mountain as if Nature herself had built this amazing masterpiece. The night before embarking on the cruise in Luxor
After your last breakfast on the cruise ship, disembark from your Nile cruise. We will then transport you to the Luxor airport so you can get a flight to Cairo. Once in Cairo, check into your hotel, relax, and stay overnight.
The journey begins at six in the morning with pickup from your Cairo accommodation and travels out of the city through the neighboring desert landscapes. The first stop of the day is the stunning Bahariya Oasis, which was originally the main agricultural center of the Pharaonic Empire.
It has earned a reputation for having an abundance of dates and olives. Visit the oasis with the aid of your guide and enjoy the vast surroundings of shady palm trees and natural springs.
After lunch, go to the Black Desert for a breathtaking view of the area's rugged, mountain-like domes that contrast with the surrounding sand. Next, take a stroll into the charming Agabat valley, which is nearby and includes imposing white cliff walls and yellow limestone rocks.
Continue to Crystal Mountain, a remarkably uncommon building made entirely of calcite crystal that shimmers and shines in the Egyptian sun.
Next, head to the White Desert, which got its name from the vast area of white sand it contains. A few sand dunes can be climbed for breathtaking views that never seem to end.
Finally, relax as you go back to the Cairo hotel, and spend the night there.
Enjoy your breakfast on the final day of your tour package before being driven to the cairo airport to catch your flight home.
|4*hotel in Cairo : Cairo pyramids or similar- 5* Standard Nile cruise : Blue shadow or similar|
|Solo||0 $||2050 $ $|
|Double||0 $||1720 $ $|
|Triple||$||1690 $ $|