Make your Christmas holiday unforgettable with 10 days 9 nights Egypt Christmas tour. Explore the majestic pyramids, cruise the majestic Nile River, and experience the culture and delicious cuisine of Egypt.
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Your 10 days and 9 nights Egypt Christmas tour will take you to some of the most incredible places in the world. Starting off your journey in Cairo with our Cairo day tours, you will explore the most iconic sites in the city, including the Great Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx. , as well as the old city of Cairo for some amazing shopping opportunities with our Egypt day tours.
This 10 days and 9 nights Egypt Christmas Tour is a unique opportunity to explore the most iconic sites of Egypt and experience the incredible history and culture of the country with our Egypt travel packages. So, if you are looking for an unforgettable Christmas this year, why not book your tour today?
Our tour leader will pick you up at the Cairo airport , and transfer you in an air-conditioned vehicle.
we'll take you straight to the Giza Pyramids, where you can see the Khufu, Khafra, and Mankaura Great Pyramids and go on a camel ride to see the amazing Giza Plateau.
In order to learn more about the ancient Egyptian craft of creating papyrus, we will then drive to The Papyrus Institute.After learning about how papyrus is made, we will get the chance to create our own papyrus scrolls.
After that, it will be time for lunch at a nearby neighborhood restaurant in the heart of Cairo. After a brief break, we'll visit the historic district of Cairo to admire its stunning buildings, including those of Coptic Cairo, Islamic Cairo, and Al-Azhar, before concluding our day tour at Khan El Khalili.
After that, we'll return you to your hotel in Cairo so you may check-in and stay the night.
After breakfast, our tour guide will pick you up from your accommodation, assist with check-out, and drive you to the Cairo airport where your flight to Luxor will depart from. As soon as we get here, your tour guide will drive you to your hotel in Luxor so you can relax before we go off for our first stop. You will go there. The Luxor Museum is a lot of fun. The Brooklyn Museum in New York designed displays of ceramics, jewellery, furniture, sculptures, and stelae. They contain a carefully chosen mix of artefacts from the Necropolis and Theban temples. A cow-goddess head and other treasures from Tutankhamun's tomb are on display.
The Mummification Museum is then the greatest location to learn the mysteries of the most elusive pharaohs. A remarkable assortment of mummified animals may be discovered. Numerous human and animal mummies, as well as the instruments and canopic jars used in the procedure, are kept at the museum.
Following that, we'll make a lunch break at a neighbouring eatery before returning you to your accommodation in Luxor for the evening.
After breakfast, our tour guide will pick you up from your lodging to visit The architectural marvel known as the Valley of the kings, which served as a place of burial, is home to numerous kings' graves. The tombs of King Tutmosis I, King Tutmosis III, Tut-Ankh-Amon, King Ramses VI, King Mrenptah, and Amonhotep II are the most well-known.
then proceed to observe The only female pharaoh to rule ancient Egypt, Queen Hatshepsut, the daughter of Thutmosis I, constructed the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, also known as El Dir El Bahari. She ruled Egypt for approximately 20 years during the 18th Dynasty (around 1490–1469 B.C.), during which time the temple was constructed.
Our next trip will be the Colossi of Memnon, which are the remains of Amenhotep III's funerary temple.We'll have lunch at a local restaurant after that, and then we'll drop you off at your hotel for the evening.
The Temple of Horus is the most significant structure in Edfu and one of Egypt's most stunning and well-preserved Temples. After breakfast, check out of your accommodation, and our tour guide will pick you up to visit it.
then proceed to observe There used to be two entrances to the Kom Ombo Pylon, but the left side has totally vanished, leaving only the centre pillar and the lowest portions of the right wing standing. On the front wall to the right as you enter, you might notice a relief of the Roman Emperor Domitian wearing the crowns of Upper Egypt, the gods Sobek, Hathor, and Khons, 52-line hieroglyphic text, and more.
After that, we'll have lunch at a neighbouring restaurant before transporting you to your Aswan lodging for the evening.
After being picked up at your hotel or by our tour guide, the first destination on your day tour of Aswan is the High Dam of Aswan, an engineering marvel constructed in the 1960s. You can see over Lake Nasser to the Kalabsha temple in the south and the enormous power plant in the north from the top of the High Dam.
Take a 3-hour trip from Aswan to the south in an air-conditioned car to experience an Abu Simbel day tour. The two temples of Abu Simbel are said to represent the pinnacle of prehistoric Egypt because of their extraordinary architecture. They depict the grandeur and majesty of the upcoming Kingdom. The Egyptian government and UNESCO made the decision to work together to safeguard these sites from inundation. Ptah, Re-Her-Akhtey, Amun-Re, and Ramesses II were honoured at the temple bearing their names. Ramses II's Sun Temple is another name for the enormous Abu Simbel temple.
Ramesses II, Hathor, and the Sun God are symbolically united at the Temple of Queen Nefertari, also referred to as the Temple of Hathor because she was the Sun God's wife. Spend about three hours there before leaving for Aswan.take you back to your hotel, where you will have lunch and stay the night.
After breakfast, check out of your lodging, and our tour guide will take you up to visit You will view the third and biggest of the famous Aswan sights last.
As the surrounding Nile levels rose as a result of the construction of the High Dam, the Philae Temple was carefully relocated to its current location (about 500 metres from the original site).
Your tour guide will give you a walking tour of the temple after you arrive at the island by motorboat, then give you some free time to finish your independent study. The Philae Temple, which honours the goddess Isis, can be found in a stunning location on an island in the river that has been meticulously maintained to reflect its original layout.
When your excursion is over, you will be dropped off at the Aswan airport so you can catch your flight to Cairo. Receive transportation to your hotel in Cairo after your arrival, where you will spend the night.
At 6:00 in the morning, our tour guide and driver will pick you up from your hotel in Cairo and bring you 350 kilometres west of Giza to the Bahariya Oasis in a private, air-conditioned vehicle.
The trip takes roughly four hours.
Once you get in Baharaia, change to a 44 and go 40 kilometres into the desert to see the Black Desert.The well-known neighbourhood restaurant will thereafter offer lunch, where you can swim and relax before or after.
Turn left to enter the White Desert, one of the most picturesque deserts in the entire world, and continue for another 90 km to reach the Agbatat and Crystal deserts as well as a number of mountains and sand dunes. There are many different shapes of its gorgeous white stones, including mushrooms, chickens, and bunnies. Return by car to your lodging in Cairo.
When you check out in the morning after breakfast, your tour guide will transport you in a modern, air-conditioned vehicle to Alexandria. The catacombs at Kom el Shoqafa, which are regarded as one of the wonders of the Middle Ages, will be the first stop on this day trip. With three stories of tombs that could hold as many as 300 bodies, it is the largest Roman burial site in Egypt that is now known to exist.
You will then proceed to Qaitbey's Citadel, which is thought to be one of the most significant defensive strongholds not only in Egypt but also along the Mediterranean Sea coast, after stopping for pictures. In the 15th century A.D., the Citadel played a significant role in Alexandria's defence system.
Next, a visit to the Montazah Royal Palaces and Gardens will be made, which belonged to Mohamed Ali Pasha's royal dynasty from Khedive Abbas Helmy II to King Farouk I.
The Modern Alexandria Library, which replaced the Old Library and was famed for its extensive collection of books on various disciplines and literary genres, is where our incredible journey will come to a conclusion. You will be picked up and driven back to your Alexandria accommodation following this excellent city tour.
The temple of Serapis, which was built in the first century BC and was referred to as "the supreme god of Alexandria during the Ptolemaic era," is where Pompei's Pillar is located. After checking out of the hotel and being picked up by our tour guide in an air-conditioned car, we will go there.
Abu Al-Abbas Al-Mursi is the largest mosque in Alexandria. It has a cream-colored facade, four enormous domes, carvings in the form of arabesques, and a soaring minaret.
The Roman Amphitheatre, also known as Kom el-Dikka, serves as the last stop on our tour of Alexandria. A sizable Roman theatre and residential complex can be found right in the middle of Alexandria.
Before being driven to your accommodation in Cairo by one of our tour guides, enjoy a stroll through Alexandria's historic district.
Unwind and stay up all night.
After breakfast, a representative from our company will drive you to Cairo International Airport to help with your flight out at the end of your 10-day Egypt vacation, which we hope you enjoyed and was an inspiration for you to take further trips there.