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This unforgettable 9 Nights 10 Days Egypt Honeymoon Tour will give you a chance to reconnect with your partner and learn more about the fascinating history of this ancient country. So don’t wait, book your Egypt day tour today and start planning your ultimate getaway!

In Egypt, there is a special museum called Sakakini Palace. It's like a really interesting place that can take you back in time. In this museum, you can learn about how people used to live a long time ago. It's amazing because you can read about them and find things they left behind. They lived differently than we do now, and it's really fascinating to see and learn about their lives.

  • Meet and assist services at the Airports by Cairo Top Tours tour leaders.
  • Your 5-star accommodation in Cairo for 4 nights in on bed & breakfast.
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Luxor for a 5-star hotel on bed & breakfast..
  • Accommodation in Aswan for 2 nights in on bed & breakfast.
  • Accommodation in Aswan for 1 nights on bed & breakfast.
  • All transfers from and to the airport, hotel, and during your tours by a private nonsmoking air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Entrance fees to all the mentioned sites during your trip.
  • Internal flight tickets from Cairo to Luxor and back from Aswan to Cairo.
  • An English-speaking tour guide will accompany you during the tours.
  • Meals will be served as shown in the Egypt Tour 10 Days itinerary.
  • Bottled water and soft drinks during Egypt Day Tours.
  • Stops for snacks upon request.
  • Try local tea mint or coffee in one of the most famous cafes in Cairo, such as El-Fishawy or Layali El-Hussein.
  • Shopping Tours in Cairo. (if you are interested).
  • All taxes and service charges are included in your trip price.
  • International flight tickets.
  • Entry visa to Egypt.
  • Any extra activities that are not mentioned in the itinerary. 
  • Beverage during meals.
  • The tipping kitty is not included in the 10 Day Trip to Egypt prices.

One of our tour guides will meet you at the Cairo airport to begin our day excursion and drive you to the Giza pyramids. The Giza Pyramids, one of the few remaining wonders of the ancient world, are located on the Giza Plateau, where you will first travel.

Before heading down the valley to the enormous Sphinx, who proudly serves as the Mortuary complex's watchman, you tour the Pyramids and take in the panoramic views from the western plateau.

Next, we'll visit one of Egypt's largest Governmental Papyrus Institutes, where you can choose from a selection of hand-painted papyrus sheets and watch a demonstration of the method used to make the ancient paper known as papyrus. This location is not far from the Pyramids.

Take advantage of a superb orientation tour of Cairo that covers the significant ancient landmarks as well as the perplexing labyrinth of alleyways and stalls of the old city.

Visit Old Cairo to visit, among other important Cairo sites, the Hanging Church, the Ben Ezra Synagogue, the Church of St. Barbara, and the Church of Abu Serga, one of the earliest Coptic Cairo churches.

Lunch will be served in a restaurant in Old Cairo. Khan el-Khalili is one of the Middle East's oldest bazaars. Discover the perplexing maze of passageways that has been the centre of commerce in Cairo since the 14th century.
After that check-in, we'll take you back to your hotel so you may stay the night.

After breakfast, your tour guide will pick you up from the hotel and assist you with checking out so you can travel from Cairo to Luxor. He or she will then transport you to your hotel in Luxor so you can relax before our adventure starts.

We will pick you up from your accommodation and take you to the Luxor Museum, which is the second-most visited museum in the country after the Cairo Egyptian Museum.

The Luxor and Karnak temples were the two historically significant sites where the artefacts in this museum were discovered during excavations. A wide range of artefacts, including jewellery, ceramics, sculptures, and stone tablets, are part of the enormous collection. A few of the museum's highlights include the statue of Thutmose III, artwork from the Karnak temple, and Tutankhamun's personal items.

Our next stop is the Mummification Museum, which is watched over by the god Anubis, who has a jackal-headed head. The odd ritual, the 70-day mummification process, the history of the equipment, and the social marginalisation that those who worked on the bones faced are all covered in this museum, which opened in 1997.After this informative historical lesson, we'll take you back to your hotel.

After breakfast, our tour guide will pick you up and transport you to the West Bank of Luxor to start your day's adventures. The Valley of the Kings, Thebes' Necropolis, is where you'll start your journey across Egypt. It's located on the West Bank of Luxor. This famous necropolis is a must-see for tourists in Luxor. This region is made up of burials beneath Thebes Mountain. Here, visitors can explore three graves from various dynasties. Your Egyptologist tour guide might have recommendations for the best tombs to visit. After visiting the tombs, you'll be escorted to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. The two largest ancient statues in Egypt, the Colossi of Memnon, will be the destination of your subsequent excursion.After lunch at a nearby restaurant, you will then be driven back to your accommodation.

After breakfast today, we'll go for Kom Ombo and Edfu. At Kom Ombo, you can visit the Temple of Kom Ombo, which is dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek. You stop here and then continue travelling to Edfu. You'll be brought to the Temple of Horus to see the falcon-headed god. This recently built pharaonic temple has been well maintained and is therefore quite impressive. In the evening, we'll transport you to your hotel in Aswan so you may check in and potentially spend the night there.

After breakfast, our tour guide picks you up from your accommodation to explore

Since the 1960s, the Aswan High Dam, an embankment dam built in Aswan, Egypt, that spans the Nile, has been referred to as the Aswan Dam.

The success of the Low Dam, which was then being used to the utmost extent, led the government to make building the High Dam a primary priority after the 1952 Egyptian Revolution.

The dam's capacity to generate hydropower, store more water for agriculture, and improve flood management were seen to be essential for Egypt's intended industrialization. Like its earlier construction, the High Dam has had a significant impact on Egypt's economy and culture. then make a lunch break at a nearby eatery.

After that, depart from Aswan and board an air-conditioned minibus for Abu Simbel. Due to their unusual design, the two temples of Abu Simbel are recognised as the best examples of ancient Egypt. They demonstrate the beauty and majesty of the impending Kingdom. Together, the Egyptian government and UNESCO decided to protect these sites from flooding. Temples dedicated to Ptah, Re-Her-Akhtey, Amun-Re, and Ramesses II exist. Ramses II's Sun Temple is another name for the massive Abu Simbel temple.At the Temple of Queen Nefertari, also known as the Temple of Hathor because she was the Sun God's wife, Ramesses II, Hathor, and the Sun God are symbolically united. Before returning to your Aswan lodging for the evening, spend roughly three hours there.

After breakfast, check out, and our tour guide will take you up to the top to see. The Philae Temple is one of Egypt's most beautiful temple complexes. Visit go to the remains, which are located close south of the former Aswan Dam, take a water taxi to the island of Aglika. The temple was relocated to its current location when the High Dam threatened to submerge it permanently. The complex was painstakingly rebuilt in its current location while maintaining its original design and architecture. Even the landscaping on the island was done to mimic the earlier scene of the complex. You will be driven off at the Aswan airport when your excursion is finished so you can board your aircraft to Cairo. Upon arrival, arrange for transportation to your hotel in Cairo, where you will spend the night.

Our tour guide drives us from Cairo to the Bahariya Oasis as the first stop on our Bahariya Oasis Tour. You'll continue your Oasis Tour by visiting the renowned Mummies Hall, The Golden Mummies, and the temple of Ain El Muftella after strolling through the historical village, travelling to the Black Mountains, and stopping at the salt lake. Your Oasis Tour will be led by an English-speaking tour guide, and it will include transportation back to your Cairo hotel for the evening.

After breakfast, you are picked up by our tour guide to visit Alexandria's famed Greco-Roman ruins and learn about the city's history. After witnessing the Serapeum, a temple that holds Pompey's Pillar, a red granite column, one can proceed to the eerie Kom el Shoqafa Catacombs. Not to be missed are the nearby mosaics and the superbly preserved Roman amphitheatre.

Once there, enjoy a selection of Mediterranean seafood by going to the water.

Next, visit the Citadel of Qaitbay, a sea fort from the 15th century that now occupies the site of the former Lighthouse of Alexandria.

The underwater archaeological exhibits of the National Museum of Alexandria let you go back in time to the ancient world.

the result Discover the wide world of Egyptian cuisine, which takes influence from Ottoman and Arab traditions, on a tour of the city's street dishes. Some of the delights to sample are kebabs, mixed grills, meze dips, and seafood. Koshary is a spicy meal composed with lentils, noodles, and sour tomato sauce. To finish, ice cream and other sweets.

then take you to your Alexandria hotel where you can check in and spend the night.



In the morning, after breakfast and check-out, our tour guide will drive you up to see. For the majority of antiquity, the Great Library of Alexandria was the centre of study. See the magnificent replica of Alexandrian Library first thing in the morning. The Nabi Daniel and Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi mosques are two of Alexandria's most well-known mosques.

Continue bicycling down the corniche after reaching the Stanley Bridge and Montazah Palace Gardens.

After dropping you off at your hotel in the evening, we'll go to Cairo and spend the night there.

Following breakfast at your lodging, a car will transport you to the Cairo Airport in time for your departure flight.

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