When it comes to choosing a destination for your next vacation, it can be tough to decide where to go. But if you're looking for a place that has a little bit of everything, then you can't go wrong with Egypt. This North African country is home to some of the most iconic landmarks in the world, as well as a rich history and culture. And whether you're interested in exploring the ancient pyramids or soaking up the sun on the Red Sea, there's something for everyone in Egypt. If you're planning a trip to this fascinating country, here are some of the best things to do in Egypt, no matter how much time you have.
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Cairo,Alexandria, fayuom, siwa,marsa matrouh
Looking for an adventure in the desert? Then look no further than our Egypt desert safari tours! This tour takes you through some of the most stunning desert scenery in the world, and you'll have the opportunity to experience traditional Bedouin life first-hand. You'll start your tour in Cairo, where you'll explore the Great Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx with our Cairo day tours. Then it's off to Luxor to see the Valley of the Kings and the Temple of Karnak through our Luxor day tours. From there, you'll travel to the oasis town of Siwa, where you can relax in the mineral springs and explore the ancient ruins. Next, it's on to the white sand dunes of the Western Desert. Here you can try your hand at sandboarding, camel riding, and stargazing. You'll also visit the beautiful oasis of Bahariya, before ending your tour in Cairo. This is an amazing opportunity to see some of the most incredible desert landscapes in the world. So what are you waiting for? Book your Egypt package tour today!
When you arrive at the Cairo airport, a representative from our company will help you with the passport control procedures and will welcome you. You will be driven to your swiss inn hotel in a private A/C car from the airport. Overnight in Cairo.
Breakfast. Visit the Valley Temple after spending the first part of your day touring the Great Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinos. The location where King Chephren, owner of the second pyramid at Giza, had his dead corpse mummified Additionally, it is the same location where you can get a close-up view of the Sphinx, a mythological protector with a lion's body and a head of king Chephren that guards a vast burial complex.
Between visits, lunch is provided at a nearby restaurant based on a full meal for each person; however, beverages are not covered.
then we will visit the Egyptian Antiquities Museum. The largest and most priceless examples of Egyptian art are on exhibit there. It displays a unique collection of over 250,000 authentic artefacts that go back as far as 5000 years, including a special exhibition devoted to the TutankhAmon - A collection of treasures, gold, and jewellery that were buried in his tomb for more than 3,500 years before they were found in the 1920s when his tomb was excavated.Overnight in Cairo
Your tour guide will pick you up from your accommodation in Cairo and transport you 350 kilometers east to the Bahariya Oasis. You will take your 4x4 Jeep and drive to the black desert after completing this excursion, which lasts around 4 hours.In this oasis near El Haize, lunch will be served.
Afterward, we'll take a trip to the Agabat Valley. When we get to the Valley of Agabat, which is located deep inside of Egypt's white desert, truly experience the place's otherworldly splendor, you must be there. The location was formerly submerged in water millions of years ago.
Over time, distinctive limestone, chalk, and even sand rock formations emerged. The most well-known desert site in Egypt will be our focus as we tour the White Desert National Park. The rock formations dissolve as the sky turns pink, then the darkest flaming orange, and there is quiet everywhere. You will feel as though nothing has ever tasted so wonderful as you eat chicken, rice, and veggies while seated around a tiny fire. The supper and desert camping will be handled by the Bedouin crew.
At 06:00 am Enjoy the dawn. You'll eat breakfast in the desert at 7:00 AM before traveling to Bahariya Oasis.
also, You will stop at Crystal Mountain, sometimes referred to as Gebel al-Izzaz locally, on the way back. The quartzite crystals that compose the hill, which can be seen on the right, are what give it the nickname "the Jewel of the Desert" and give it its stunning appearance when illuminated by the sun. That natural feature was discovered by chance a few decades ago.
Then we'll go to the Bahariya Oasis and soak in the heat in the relaxing hot spring known as Bir Sigam.. The spring is the best hot spring in terms of temperature and is situated on Cairo Road 7 km east of Bahariya.
then make your way back to Cairo.
Your hotel in Cairo will be picked up by our representative so you may see El Fayoum's major locations. Fayoum is roughly 95 kilometers from Cairo. In 1989, Wadi El Ryan was declared a protected area, where all visits are now made. About 90 kilometers from Fayoum, where we will begin our excursion, is the Wadi Hitan Protected Area (Valley of the Whales). Due to the 40 million-year-old whale skeletons discovered there, Wadi Hitan, also known as the Valley of the Whales, was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site and is situated inside the Wadi El Rayan Protected Area.
See Mudawara Mountain on the route to Wadi El Rayan Water Falls. then into the waterfalls of Wadi Al Ryan. The only waterfalls in Egypt may be found at Wadi El Rayan, a natural depression in the western desert that was created in 1970 by the overflow of drainage water from the Fayoum farmlands. Wadi El Rayan is made up of two lakes united by a cascade. At a high caliber restaurant, late lunch will be provided. Transfer back to Cairo after that.
after breakfast, our tour leader will pick you up from your Cairo hotel to Alexandria in a modern and air-conditioned car , and check you in your the Paradise Inn Beach Resort. Alexandria hotel
You tour the most important Greco-Roman remains in the city. Visit the Serapeum, a temple that houses Pompey's Pillar, a red granite column, and then go below to the creepy Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa. The neighbouring mosaics and immaculately restored Roman amphitheater are not to be missed.
then For a feast of seafood from the Mediterranean, visit the waterfront. Next, explore the Citadel of Qaitbay, a marine fort constructed in the 15th century on the location of the historic Lighthouse of Alexandria. The underwater archaeological exhibitions at the National Museum of Alexandria will transport you back in time to the ancient world.
Afterward, embark on a street-food tour around the city to see the diverse world of Egyptian cuisine, which draws inspiration from Ottoman and Arab traditions. Along with kebabs, mixed grills, meze dips, and seafood, enjoy delicacies like koshary, a zesty concoction of lentils, noodles, and sour tomato sauce. Ice cream and sweet pastries to finish.
at the end overnight at your hotel
in the morning our tour leader picks you up to visit For many centuries, the Great Library of Alexandria was an epicenter of learning in the ancient world. Start the day by touring the spectacular modern building that replaced it, the new Library of Alexandria. Next, take in a couple of Alexandria’s best-known mosques, perhaps the Mosque of Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi and the Nabi Daniel Mosque
then we will transfer to the Montazah Palace Gardens, take a ride along the corniche and over the Stanley Bridge. The palace, which served as the residence of Egyptian rulers, isn't open to tourists, but you may live like a local by strolling the verdant grounds that flank the coastline and taking in the wind.
at the end , After a memorable sunset horse-and-carriage ride down the corniche, return to the city and dine at Abou el Sid restaurant on classy, traditional Egyptian fare. Finish the evening at one of Alexandria's premier hotels with a special drink at a rooftop bar with a view of the sea.
return to overnight at your hotel
Beginning at 7:00 am, our knowledgeable tour guide will pick you up from your accommodation in Alexandria and drive you to El-Alamein, which is 106 kilometres west of Alexandria and 240 kilometres northwest of Cairo. Upon arrival at El-Alamein, begin your day's sightseeing by visiting the war museum there and the cemetery, also known as the Commonwealth Cemetery, which contains the graves of soldiers from several nations who died in the conflict.
El-Alamein Was One Of The Most Important Locations In The Second World War, thus on this excursion, you'll be able to learn more about the conflict and other related historical events from our knowledgeable tour guide.
Upon completion, we will begin the trip to your hotel in Marsa Matruh.
We travel towards Marsa Matrouh on Egypt's Mediterranean coast after meeting with our tour guide. Many people think that Cleopatra herself took a dip in the calm waters of Marsa Matrouh because of its sandy white beaches and crystal clear seas. We're taking a dip in the Mediterranean Sea as well and spending the night at the Ghaliet Ecolodge & Spa ,siwa hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel, followed by a drive to the Cleopatra Spring where you may swim, before seeing the Alexander the Great Temple, also known as the Temple of the Oracle, , a Siwan restaurant, Lake Fatnas, and driving along the vast sandy coastline.overnight at hotel
in a Jeep 4x4 visiting Bir Waheed's hot and cold springs We'll afterwards have authentic Bedouin tea at dusk.We leave for Maraki Village after breakfast to start our trek over the Siwa Desert. Cross the desert to Great Siwa Mountain for a breathtaking archaeological landmark, where the first human imprint on the mountain dates back to antiquity. We will continue along the dunes on our safari expedition until we arrive at the fossil region, where we will see the stony coral reefs from the Cambrian era. Then, proceed to Shaiata Lake, one of the spring-fed lakes in the desert, where you may see Flamenco birds, have a calming springtime bath, and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere. There is yet another chance to delight in desert sand surfing. After that, we'll go to (Bir Wahid) spring, another hot spring.
Dinner and sleeping at the Siwa hotel.
After breakfast at the hotel, visit the tombs atop the Mountain of the Dead (Gabal El Maouta). There are a number of intriguing tombs there, such as those of MSW Isis, SI Amon, and the Crocodile Tomb. You may proceed to the Dakrour Mountains after viewing the Roman Spring Eye and Abu Sherouf, one of the Siwan Villages. You may see Bedouin culture there. into your hotel room.
We have dinner and spend the night in Siwa.
Your tour guide will transport you to your Alexandria hotel for the night after breakfast. The Alexandria Museum, the first museum in the nation and home to more than 200,000 objects, will be our next stop. The museum's collection spans all periods of Egyptian history, from the Old Kingdom to the Roman Empire.
Then, after stopping for lunch at a close-by restaurant, we'll go to Alexandria's The Jewelry Museum, which has a collection of more than 30,000 pieces of jewellery. The museum's collection of jewellery includes pieces from every period of Egyptian history, from the Old Kingdom to the Roman Empire. We'll return you to your hotel so you can sleep there.
After breakfast, transfer to Cairo airport for final departure