We invite you to join one of our Egypt tours to experience hiking and trekking trips in Egypt while also seeing some of the world's most iconic Byzantine sites, a seasonal waterfall, and El Karm Eco-Lodge. We will enjoy during Egypt travel packages some of Cairo's most popular tourist attractions, including the Giza pyramids and the Egyptian Museum, during this exciting Egypt Christmas tours. We will also make sure to walk around Cairo at night, experiencing some of the breathtaking scenery that this wonderful country has to offer. As soon as you can, book one of our fantastic Christmas Packages!
After breakfast, your English-speaking tour guide will transfer you to visit The Giza Pyramids, home to the Great Pyramid of King Cheops and the Middle Pyramid of his son Chephren, two of the ancient wonders of the world that are still standing today. You will also get to see the Great Sphinx and the Valley Temple of King Chephren.
You will be able to visit the Egyptian Museum, an impressive building that houses the largest collection of Egyptian antiquities in the world as well as a unique treasure reportedly discovered by the youthful King Tutankhamun.
Finally, you will be driven to your hotel where you will spend the night.
Your wonderful Sinai Hiking Tours will begin when our representative meets you at your accommodation in Cairo. We'll check into the eco-lodge el karm Bedouin camp in Sinai after an early morning, around 5-hour travel there, and then start the Sinai hiking tour. Check your bags before starting your trek after an hour of rest.
Our first stop will be Wadi Al Fara. This trek's main features include a challenging mountain ascent and rapid descent. A 3-kilometer off-road drive is available.
The next stop is the Red Sea mountain range in eastern Egypt's desert known as Jabal Shayeb Al Banat. The mountain is made of substantial volcanic rock slabs, and it has multiple deep gorges on its slopes. This mountain offers a variety of tourist activities, including camping, hiking paths, and rock climbing. then give you a tour to Wadi el Nogra.
then return you to your eco-camp el karm.
After having bedouin tea and preparing for breakfast in camp, you'll be taken to Wadi Tala. You'll follow the path in front of you to return to St. Catherine monastery. Choose the lower path instead, which enters Wadi Itlah straight by a little opening on the side of a stone retaining wall. From this vantage point, it is possible to see clearly the thin water curtains that, after a shower, drop off the rock face, coloring it white and leaving a V-shaped depression.
After that, we take you to a Bedouin town and a sheik's tomb that are situated in this region amid the Sinai's tall mountains. It is a well-liked hiking location since the paths that connect St. Katherine and here provide a diversity of mountain scenery.
then return you to your camp where you may unwind and have lunch.
Following breakfast at the camp, we'll drive you back to Cairo to check into your hotel and stay the night.
After breakfast, your tour guide will take you to the Citadel of Salah El-Din so you can see the Mohamed Ali Alabaster Mosque, one of the most well-known structures in Islamic Cairo.
Lunch should be chosen from among the most delectable Egyptian dishes, then take one of the Ancient Cairo half-day church excursions to learn about the historic Roman defenses of Babylon. One of the highlights of these tours is The Hanging Church. In the crypt where Jesus Christ, his mother, and St. Joseph the Carpenter spent around three months, you can see the St. Sergius Church, which was constructed over it. The Ben Ezra Synagogue is the last building you'll see. It was initially constructed as a Coptic church before being transformed into a Jewish synagogue in the ninth century.
See the Islamic neighborhood of Cairo as we start our day trips there. Old fortifications and mosques, such as the Al-Hakim mosque in Egypt, are both common sights. The city's ancient stone-paved streets, medieval madrasas, sails, and city gates all date back to the Islamic era. As you take in the minarets of Al Hussein Mosque and Al Azhar Mosque in the oldest section of the Islamic quarter, Khan El Khalili, Egypt's oldest souk, finish your explorations of Islamic Cairo with a mint tea at Fishawy, one of the oldest and most renowned traditional Egyptian coffeeshops, Cairo's oldest coffee shop.
After that, your tour guide will return you to your hotel so you may relax there.
Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel on the final day of your 7-day tour of Cairo and Sinai, then get ready to check out. Your tour guide from Cairo Top Tours will pick you up and transport you to the airport so you can catch your flight back to Cairo International Airport and return to your home country.
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Yes, you can visit religious sites, including Coptic Christian churches and monasteries, during a Christmas tour in Egypt. However, it's important to respect local customs and dress codes.
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