10-Day Christmas Tour in Egypt

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Embark on a mesmerizing 10-day Christmas Tour in Egypt from our well-crafted Egypt Christmas Tours, where ancient wonders and festive celebrations come together to create an unforgettable holiday experience. Explore the iconic pyramids of Giza di, marvel at the Sphinx, and dive into the rich history of the Egyptian Museum. As the sun sets, Cairo comes alive with vibrant Christmas lights and decorations.

Would you like to celebrate the holidays in an unforgettable way? Why not choose a 10-day Christmas tour in Egypt with our Egypt tours? Imagine exploring Egypt's stunning desert landscapes with our Egypt travel packages, visiting ancient Pyramids and temples, and soaking up the vibrant culture of the country. With our Egypt Christmas tours, you can experience all of this and more! From sightseeing and shopping to camel riding and cruises on the Nile through our Egypt Nile cruise tours, you'll have a holiday experience you'll never forget.

  • a qualified tour guide.
  • The cost of transportation is covered in Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan.
  • 3 nights of bed and breakfast lodging in a 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.
  • International airfare.
  • entrance visa for Egypt
  • drinks served with meals.
  • Our pricing for Egypt Tours do not include gratuities.

Your guide is waiting for you at Cairo's airport when you arrive. He will help you with customs and set you up with transportation to your accommodation. You should rest so you can explore Cairo tomorrow.

After breakfast, take a fantastic journey to some of Egypt's most famous attractions. Start with the Great Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinus, then move on to the Sphinx, the world's biggest monolithic statue and the earliest known colossal sculpture. You'll also find the Valley Temple, which King Chefren is said to have built in the 26th century BCE and used in part for mummification. At the Egyptian Museum, among other magnificent ancient Egyptian artifacts, you will see Tutankhamen's collection before leaving.

We'll start our tour of Cairo's historic downtown with the Salah El-din Citadel, which was once a bastion against the Crusaders. Following that, we'll walk through the ancient streets of downtown Cairo. The domed ceilings, hanging lights, and cityscape views from this historic stronghold will be sure to captivate us.Finally, we'll visit some of Old Cairo churches and the Khan El Khalili Old Market. This tour is sure to fascinate and impress!

Take a beautiful dinner cruise on the Nile River in the evening, enjoy an Egyptian-style supper and live entertainment, and watch a beautiful Nile sunset before returning to your accommodation for the evening.

You'll take a quick flight to Luxor after breakfast. The distance between this little city in the Nile Valley and Cairo is 420 miles (676 kilometres). Visits to the greatest remaining temple in Egypt, the Karnak Temple, are among the day's activities. It was a significant religious center formerly and was founded in the Middle Kingdom. You'll also see the enormous Luxor Temple complex, which is situated on the east bank of the Nile. Around 1400 BCE, during the New Kingdom, it was established.

Take a boat today and begin your trip down the Nile. You'll go to the Valley of the Monarchs to witness the rock-cut tombs for kings and wealthy nobility from the sixteenth to the eleventh centuries BCE, including Tutankhamun. Following that, you'll stop at the Colossi of Memnon to view the remains of Amenhotep's memorial temple. Only two towering sculptures of Pharaoh Amenhotep III, which were built to protect the temple's entrance, are still standing. the Hatshepsut Temple next. The centerpiece of Deir el-Bahri, a collection of funerary temples and tombs, is the monument to Queen Hatshepsut.

On your route to the temples at Edfu, your next stop today, you'll pass Esna Lock. The significance of these temples will be further discussed by your guide. Between 237 and 57 BCE work was done on the Temple of Horus at Edfu. One of Egypt's best-preserved sanctuaries, you can still pick out many of its inscriptions within. After supper, you may unwind on the boat while watching the Nile's sun set.

The river trip keeps on till it reaches Kom Ombo. The crocodile deity (Sobek) and falcon god (Haroeris) were honoured at the Temple of Sobek and Haroeris at Kom Ombo (Haroeris). Along with wall carvings and statues, many of the walls of its courts, halls, sanctuaries, and chambers are still in tact. The trip continues in the late afternoon to Aswan, where you'll spend the night.

Today, there will be time to tour the 1970-completed Aswan High Dam, which was started in the 1960s. At the time, it was a feat of engineering since it quadrupled Egypt's electrical supply and expanded its arable land by 30%. Visit the Philae Temple instead, whose construction started in 690 BCE.

then we will explore the majestic Abu Simbel Temples, a pair of temples constructed during Ramses II's 1279–1213 BCE rule in Egypt.

Enjoy your meal and the night aboard the ship.

You'll board a flight back to Cairo this morning. Upon arrival, we will transfer you to your Cairo hotel to relax and in the evening you can do some shopping, try Egyptian cuisine, or just soak in the sunset views over the Nile River.

overnight hotel

The best site to begin your countryside journey is Tunis Village, which is situated across from the lovely Lake Qarun. Our tour guide will pick you up from your hotel in Cairo and drive you to Fayuom in a contemporary, air-conditioned vehicle. On a tour that offers a taste of Egyptian agricultural life, one may find the renowned pottery studios and schools in the hamlet as well as a few businesses that provide desert safari excursions to the area's stunning environs.

The magnificent Lake Qarun, which spans for miles along the main road near to Tunis Village, is a must-see in Fayoum. Every time you see a boat, you may be sure to hitch a ride. You can rely on the calm waves to provide you a tranquil experience as they gently raise and lower you.

Then, at one of the few safari shops strewn around Tunis Village, request to be taken to Magic Lake.

It's just beautiful to see this magnificent lake, which is hidden by a wall of sand dunes and undergoes seasonal colour changes.

Off-roading is exhilarating, but to get there, the tour leader will jam you into a whining 44 and drive you 45 minutes across the desert.

They will prepare a lovely dinner for you as soon as you get at the lake, lay out some blankets and Bedouin tea, and then help you slide down the dune on the sandboard to the amazing natural beauty.

Take a Felucca to Wadi Al Rayan, Egypt's largest natural oasis, where you may explore and take stunning images.

We will then transfer you to the Fayoum hotel where you may unwind and spend the night.

You will be picked up by our tour guide after breakfast to go to Wadi El Hitan, often known as the "Valley of the Whales," a fascinating UNESCO World Heritage site that was originally a lake and is now the home to coastal marine species that have survived for millions of years. The preserved fossilised whale remnants found here demonstrate how the mammal changed from a terrestrial to a marine species. There is no doubt that trips to this magnificent location are worthwhile. then we'll make a pit break for lunch at a nearby restaurant.

We'll then travel there. The Kom Aushim Museum is our next stop, and it's a great spot to pick up a map of the entire city of Fayoum. Construction of the Museum's first phase started in 1974. A image of Fayoum is shown beside artefacts that date from the Prehistoric through the Roman eras.

the stop that followed One of the largest Greco-Roman settlements in the Fayoum is Karanis (The Lord's Town). In the third century B.C., mercenaries from Ptolemy the Second's army first took up residence there. There are two temples in the city.

After that, we'll take you back to your hotel in Cairo.

The journey is over today. To catch your flight out, proceed to the Cairo airport. Travel safely!

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A Christmas tour in Egypt is a specialized travel package that allows you to explore Egypt's history, culture, and holiday festivities during the Christmas season.

Yes, most tourist sites remain open during the Christmas period. However, it's advisable to check specific opening hours, as some places might have adjusted schedules.


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