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Cairo, Luxor , Aswan,fayoum, sharm el shiekh, alexandria
For a 15-day Christmas vacation that will grant you all of your dreams with our Egypt Christmas tours, Egypt is where you'll experience the holiday of a lifetime. Around Christmas, your soul will be revived and you'll go to the eternal cities of Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor, Aswan, and Sharm el-Shikh you can visit all of them with our Egypt travel packages. You will be able to visit the Giza pyramid complex, the fascinating Egyptian museum, all of the holy sites, among other things with our Egypt day tours.
The diamond of the Mediterranean, Alexandria, is home to a multitude of Greco-Roman structures. You will board a magnificent Egypt Nile cruise tours that will transport you to every historic location between Luxor and Aswan and the Attractive city resort in Sharm el Sheikh offers all tropical sports, such as safari, diving, and snorkeling. One of the high points of your life will be this 15-day Christmas holiday vacation to Egypt through our Egypt trips.
Our expert will assist you with passport control formalities, luggage identification, and portage when you arrive at Cairo International Airport. From the airport to your hotel for check-in, you will be transported in a private A/C car. We will pick you up from your hotel in the evening to start your Christmas vacation in Egypt with a Dinner Cruise. After enjoying a vibrant belly dance performance with a folkloric band, you will be taken back to your hotel.
After breakfast, go off with your personal tour guide on your 15-day Egypt Christmas holiday to visit some of the top Cairo tourist attractions, including:
Giza Pyramids Complex
The Giza Pyramids complex includes the Valley Temple, a colossal sphinx, three larger pyramids, and six lesser ones. The building was constructed 2400 years ago, during the 4th dynasty.
The Giza Great Pyramid
The "King Khufu" who owned the Great Pyramid. The sole remaining example of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, it is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids on the Giza plateau. The massive, 147-meter-tall pyramid took 20 years to construct and required 2,300,000 stones.
the great Sphinx
The gigantic Sphinx, which is 73 metres long, 19 metres wide, and 20 metres tall, belonged to "King Chephren" and is the largest statue in the whole globe. It is the oldest massive sculpture ever created.
In the Valley Temple
the only remaining Ancient Egyptian granite funeral structure on the Giza plateau used for mummification.
After eating lunch at a restaurant with a view of the Pyramids or the Nile, continue your day excursion by going to:
Pyramid in Steps at Saqqara
It is believed to be the earliest significant cut stone structure and dates to the time of Egyptian King Djoser in the 27th century B.C. The step pyramid is 62 metres tall and is constructed of six steps placed on top of one another.
City of Memphis
It served as King Menes' first Egyptian capital and preserved a key position between Upper and Lower Egypt. The god of creation and the arts, Ptah, was thought to watch over Memphis.
Then we take you back to your hotel for the night.
After picking you up from your accommodation, our tour guide transfers you to see:
The Egyptian Museum
A wonderful collection of artwork from the last 5000 years may be seen at the Egyptian Museum. In addition to an exhibit featuring Tutankhamen's wealth, gold, and jewellery collection, which were preserved in his tomb for more than 3,500 years, there are about 250,000 actual pieces on show.
Before going to: a local Cairo restaurant will give lunch.
Salah El Din Citadel
Magnificent in size, Cairo Citadel was Egypt's administrative hub until the 1860s. It was constructed under Salah Al-rule. Din's The structure was started in 1176 and completed in 1182.
Mohamed Ali Mosque
The majority of the walls of the mosque, which was constructed between 1820 and 1838, were made of pure alabaster, thus its nickname "The Alabaster Mosque." The Blue Mosque in Istanbul is imitated in the Muhammad Ali Mosque.
Market Khan El Khalili
The oldest and most known market in the Middle East, Khan El-Khalili, must be visited on every trip to Cairo. Around 970 AD, the same year Cairo was established, it was constructed.
At the end of the day, we'll return you to your Cairo hotel where you may spend the night.
Check out of your lodging after breakfast, then drive to the Cairo airport to catch a flight to Luxor. There, you'll meet your Egyptologist tour guide and continue your Egypt Christmas vacation by viewing the city's famous attractions, starting with:
The most breathtaking location in Egypt is the Karnak temple. It is the largest temple complex in the world. It is the result of numerous generations of Pharaohs and ancient builders. Over 247 acres of land, there are three main structures that make up the Temple of Karnak.
Before travelling with your tour guide to view the Luxor Temple at night, you should transfer to your nile cruise for lunch and some downtime.
The Temple of Luxor
The Opet Festival, which was the most important celebration, was centred on the Temple of Luxor. The temple served as a location for festival ceremonies and was mostly constructed by Amenhotep III and King Rameses II. The purpose of the celebration was to bring the ruler's heavenly and human aspects into harmony.
For the evening, return to your Luxor Nile cruise.
After breakfast aboard the Yournile Cruise, your Egypt Christmas holiday will come to an end with a visit of the significant sites on Luxor's west bank, including:
Valley of the Kings
The tombs of famed pharaoh Ramses II and youthful pharaoh Tutankhamen are among those found there, which serves as the final resting place for Egypt's monarchs from the 18th to the 20th dynasties. All the material goods that a king may desire in the afterlife were present in abundance in the tombs. The majority of the burial decoration has survived.
The Hatshepsut Temple
One of Ancient Egypt's most spectacular and well-preserved temples is this one. The three floors of Hatshepsut's temple were connected by two substantial ramps in the middle.
colossi of Memnon
The only remaining pieces of a complete burial temple are two enormous stone statues of King Amenhotep III. Pieces of the quartzite sandstone were discovered near Cairo and were carried 700 kilometres to Luxor to be used in the sculptures.
Take a break for lunch and stay the night on your nile cruise.
You will enjoy breakfast on board the cruise in the morning before departing for:
The Kom Ombo Temple
A temple that faces the Nile is the Kom Ombo Temple. There are two separate temples within this one, each with its own hypostyle halls, sanctuaries, and entrances.
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Dedicated to the Egyptian deity Horus. The Edfu Temple is the best-preserved Greco-Roman structure in Egypt, and on its walls is a "Play" that shows Horus defeating the evil god Seth.
after lunch sail to aswan and Spend the night on board
Start your Aswan day tours after enjoying a delicious breakfast on board your Nile cruise, one of the most highly recommended Egypt Nile Cruises.
High Dam at Aswan:
Start with touring the beautiful Aswan High Dam, one of the most significant construction projects in contemporary Egypt's history, which was constructed between 1960 and 1970.
The incomplete obelisk
You will next be taken to view the largest unfinished obelisk in Egypt, which is located in Aswan's granite quarries. This obelisk was built to be the biggest in all of Ancient Egypt and the only one in Aswan, making it a unique attraction among Aswan's things to do.
Spend as much time as you like seeing the historical places before being transferred back to your Nile Cruise.
Your lunch will be served on board as you take in the amazing views of the Nile, the island ecosystems, and various migratory birds flying over the city.
And while having tea on the roomy sundeck, let the splendour of these sights fill your eyes.
The yacht offers a sophisticated spa where you may get a massage for the remainder of the day or spend time relaxing in your cabin.
Your delectable dinner will be provided on board in the evening, and you will spend your final night on the Egypt Nile River Cruise in Aswan.
You have the opportunity to go on an extra tour to the Philae temple tonight as part of your Aswan excursions.
Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, and supper are all included.
at morning after breakfast, we will check out and first we will visit
The Abu Simbel temples
The two Temples of Abu Simbel are thought to be the best structures from ancient Egypt due to their distinctive architecture. The Temples were built by King Ramses II circa 1200 B.C. as rock-cut temples. King Ramses II is honoured in the first temple, while his devoted wife Queen Nefertari is honoured in the second. Both temples are beautifully decorated with sculptures and artwork. This temple is a must-visit because of its intricately hand-carved pillars, statues, sculptures, and wall paintings.
then,You travel to the airport in Aswan after breakfast to catch a flight to Cairo. Transfer to your accommodation from Cairo airport. (just for breakfast)
Obtain a morning pick-up from your Cairo hotel to start your journey. Your private guide and you will ride in a cosy, air-conditioned vehicle to the Fayoum Oasis. Discover the Fayoum Oasis's arid lagoons and ancient temple ruins. Admire Wadi Al Rayan's waterfalls.
In Cairo, get in a private van at your hotel. Drive leisurely 105 kilometres southwest of Cairo to Fayoum. Arrive in the arid oasis of Fayoum Oasis and enjoy the birds at Quaroun Lake. Explore the Fayoum Museum's collection of sculptures and Roman portraits to learn more about the ancient city of Karanis.
After your tour, pause for lunch. Visit the Wadi Al Rayan environmental area, which is renowned for its animals,Quaroun Lake , and springs. Take some pictures of Egypt's biggest waterfall. Take a ride aboard a felucca, a typical wooden sailboat. As your driver returns you to your hotel in Cairo, complete your trip.
You will be driven from the hotel to Cairo International Airport after each morning's breakfast so you can catch a flight to Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt's breathtaking seaside resort city. Our agents will meet you at the airport in Sharm El Sheikh and help you check into the hotel so you can spend the rest of the day relaxing and enjoying the sea, sun, and nighttime entertainment. Lunch and dinner buffet items will be served in the hotel's main restaurant.
Dinner, lunch, and breakfast
Spend a free day in Sharm or sign up for our optional tour to The Monastery of St. Catherine, which is situated in Sinai's historic centre and is accessible by foot from Mount Sinai's Gebel Musa. This is where Moses received the Ten Commandments. The Greek Orthodox Church owns and operates the Saint Catherine monastery, which is surrounded by gardens and cypress trees.
After the Vatican, this huge library is home to the second-largest collection of illuminated manuscripts in the world. The Burning Bush and several old works of art, including priceless icons, exquisitely carved doors, lovely wall murals, and other magnificent religious embellishments, are visible.
Spend the night in Sharm.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Enjoy a peaceful morning of free time. Or, at 2:00 PM, take a free tour. Pickup from your accommodation and a 15-minute journey will take you to the Quad Bike Center. Start the Quad Bike journey after receiving brief safety and operating instructions.
Drive through the Sinai desert's dunes while taking in the breathtaking scenery. Stop at Wadi Al-highest Aat's point after about a one-hour drive so you may rest and sip some traditional Bedouin herbal tea. You will be driven back to your accommodation after riding your bike back to Sharm. Free evening and hotel stay the following day.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Enjoy a delicious breakfast at your Sharm El Sheikh hotel before travelling to the airport to catch a flight to Cairo. Cairo overnight stay
After breakfast, a tour guide will pick you up from your hotel in Cairo and drive you in a modern, air-conditioned vehicle to Alexandria, which served as Egypt's capital during the Greco-Roman era and was the greatest metropolis of the Hellenistic culture. images
Drive to Alexandria for a day trip to see its top attractions, including the Library of Alexandria, the Catacombs of el Shaqafa, and the Pompey Pillar. A nearby restaurant will offer lunch.
Return to Cairo hotel and overnight
After breakfast at the hotel, you'll be taken to the Cairo airport for your last departure. (just for breakfast)
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