Are you looking for an exciting and memorable 15-days group tour in Egypt? If yes, then this is the perfect place for you. Egypt is a land of mysteries and ancient civilizations, and a 15-days group tour is the best way to explore this beautiful country and its many wonders. Spend your days exploring the Pyramids of Giza, the Great Sphinx, the Valley of the Kings and many more.
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Cairo, Luxor , Aswan,fayoum, sharm el shiekh, alexandria
Explore the ancient wonders of Egypt on a 15-day Egypt group tour! Be prepared to be awestruck by the grandeur of the Pyramids of Giza, the majestic Karnak Temple Complex with our Egypt travel packages, and the mystical Valley of the Kings. Uncover the secrets of this ancient civilization as you journey through its rich culture, through our Egypt day tours explore its vibrant cities, and discover its breathtaking landscapes. Immerse yourself in this land of timeless beauty and make unforgettable memories on our Egypt trips!
Greetings from Cairo! On arrival in Cairo airport, the first stop on our 15-day Egypt tour, personnel from Inside Egypt will welcome you and drive you to your hotel so you can check-in.
Travelers will have the afternoon free to relax after a long day of travel.
The restaurant of hotel serves meals.
Before the area is made accessible to the general public, we will get a 2-hour private tour of the renowned Giza Plateau, home to the Great Sphinx and the famous Pyramids of Giza. The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities granted Inside Egypt a special authorization that allows it exclusive access to the plateau.
The Great Pyramid of Khufu, the lone surviving example of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, will be our first stop. The Queen's Chamber and the Subterranean Chamber, which are typically off-limits to the general public, will only be opened for us by the guards.
Our following journey will take us to the Great Sphinx, where we shall this time enter its jail for another unique experience.
We will visit the Egyptian Museum following lunch at a nearby eatery. The Egyptian Museum was A distinctive collection of artwork from the last 5000 years that can be found in the Egyptian Museum.
In addition to an exhibition of Tutankhamun's wealth, gold, and jewelry collection, which were all preserved in his tomb for more than 3,500 years, there are more than 250,000 real artifacts on display.
We'll then take you to your hotel so you may spend the night.
our tour leader pick you up from your hotel to Transfer then to the beginning of your tour of Coptic and Islamic Cairo. Visit the Saladin Citadel, which served as the administrative hub of Egypt for many years. You will enjoy the Islamic Cairo trips with its numerous mosques, towers piercing the sky, and magnificent colourful domes, some of which are hundreds of years old and some of which are even older than one thousand years. You will visit the Alabaster mosque of Mohamed Ali upon arrival, which is thought to be a singular reflection of the Ottoman architecture in Egypt.
The Hanging Church of the Holy Virgin Mary, also known as the suspended church because it was constructed above the stronghold's towers, is another stop on our Coptic Cairo trip that will take you to view the Roman citadel of Babylon. You'll then go to St. Sergius Church, which was constructed above the crypt where the holy family spent three months and the spring where they obtained their water. After that, we'll go to Ben Ezra Synagogue, which was allegedly constructed on the site where baby Moses' basket was discovered.
After a delectable lunch break, we'll continue our Cairo walking tour to Khan El Khalili, the centre of Islamic mediaeval Cairo, where we'll discover the city's walls, gates, and historic lanes that date back to the 10th century.
When you return to Cairo, our agent will transport you to your hotel for the night.
Early in the morning, we will take a flight to Luxor, where we will board a five-star luxury cruise ship to start our Nile cruise excursion.
Luxor, which was formerly called Thebes, served as Egypt's capital for two different pharaonic dynasties. The ancient city's ruins as well as its necropolis are both included as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The storied Karnak Temple Complex, the largest temple complex in the world, is our first stop in Luxor.
On the ship, lunch.
We'll go to the stunning Luxor Temple in the evening, which contains an obelisk and a sizable statue of Ramses II.
Dinner is served aboard.
After breakfast, we'll take a nile boat to the West Bank of Luxor.
In the Valley of the Kings, we are visiting three tombs. You can go to a separate tomb, especially the well-known tomb of King Tutankhamun, for a small additional fee.
The Colossi of Memnon, two enormous statues of Amenhotep III, are our next stop.
Our next destination is the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut in Deir el-Bahari, one of Egypt's most remarkable temples. It differs from the majority of the other New Kingdom funeral temples in that it was built of limestone as opposed to sandstone.
On the ship, lunch. You have the rest of the day to relax. As we sail to Kom Ombo, you can take advantage of the ship's sunny patio and the mesmerising views of the Nile basin.
We'll go to the Crocodile Museum today, where you can see mummified crocodiles, and the Kom Ombo Temple, which is a structure from the Ptolemaic period of ancient Egypt.
The night before, we departed for Aswan. Enjoy a traditional lunch and a "galabeya party." Everyone dresses in a galabeya, a customary attire that can be purchased locally or even on the ship. There will be local performers and Egyptian music following dinner. Traditional Egyptian dances are open to all participants. This is a fantastic chance to socialize with other travelers and learn more about Egyptian culture and way of life.
When we reach Edfu, horse-drawn vehicles will take us to the majestic Temple of Edfu. Following the site visit, we will reboard the cruise liner and depart from Luxor. The remainder of the afternoon is free for solo activities. During this time, you are welcome to relax on the ship's sundeck and take in the sights of the Nile, including the distant desert, lush fields, hard-working farmers, and charming cities.
The largest obelisk in the world, the Unfinished Obelisk, will be our first stop of the day.
The goddess of health, love, and knowledge is honoured in the Temple of Isis, which is located on an island in the river and is only accessible by speedboat.
You'll be led to see the beautiful Aswan High Dam after lunch.
return to your ship so you may relax and spend the night there.
The second day, we will leave Aswan and go to Abu Simbel, where we will see two magnificent rock-cut temples that are among the most well-known representations of ancient Egypt. The UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the Nubian Monuments stretches from Abu Simbel to the island where the Temple of Isis is located. Then, we board a plane for Cairo.
It takes a day to travel to Fayoum. We'll take an air-conditioned coach for an hour and a half after breakfast before embarking on a 4x4 safari to the Wadi El Hitan UNESCO World Heritage Site (Whale Valley). We could have time to go swimming or sandboarding at the nearby Magic Lake.
Lunch at a neighborhood eatery.
We'll then go to the Qasr Qarun Temple.
We'll head back to our hotel in Cairo in the evening to eat dinner there.
Following your daily breakfast at the hotel, you will be driven to Cairo International Airport to board your flight to Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt's stunning beach resort city. Once you arrive at Sharm El Sheikh's airport, you will be greeted and assisted by our representatives to the hotel to check-in, where you can spend the rest of the day at leisure taking in the sun, the sea, and the evening show. The hotel's main restaurant will provide lunch and dinner buffet dishes.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and supper are served there.
Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel, and then one of our representatives will drive you to the dock so you can join the boat for a trip to Ras Mohamed Protected Area, one of Sharm El Sheikh's greatest snorkelling spots. As one of the most beautiful waters in the world and home to thousands of different species of vibrant fish and corals, Sharm El Sheikh is well known for its snorkelling excursions. After enjoying your snorkelling trip to Ras Mohamed by boat, your lunch will be served on the boat before you are transported back to the hotel.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
After finishing your breakfast, our Cairo Top Tours tour guide will pick you up at the hotel lobby to start one of the most exciting tours in Sharm El Sheikh. Today, you will have an unbelievable experience, the Quad Bike Safari Sharm El Sheikh. You can pick between two times, Sunrise or Sunset, to experience the quad biking and riding camels in the Sharm El Sheikh desert after receiving confirmation for your quad bike and camel safari.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
After breakfast, you will be driven to the airport where you may board your flight back to Cairo, where you will be met and driven to the hotel for check-in. The rest of the day is yours to spend as you choose, or you can choose to book one of our incredible Cairo tours.
After breakfast, a tour guide will pick you up from Cairo to start your day excursion to Alexandria in our air-conditioned car. With a break along the way, the journey will take about 2.5 hours. Visit the Pompey Pillar, the sole intact pillar of the Roman temple once known as the Serapeum, before being escorted to the Kom El Shokkafa catacombs, which were just recently found but are thought to be one of the largest Roman burial sites. After that, you will go along the coast to the Qaitbay citadel, which was constructed on the remains of the historic Pharos lighthouse.
If you visit Alexandria, you must eat seafood. Enjoy a freshly prepared meal and a visit to the Abu al-abbas al-Mursi mosque.
Finally, you will be driven back to your Cairo hotel.
Today is the last day we can say goodbye to Egypt. You will check out of the hotel and be taken to Cairo International Airport after breakfast. You will depart from Egypt with fresh insights, breathtaking pictures, and unforgettable memories.