A journey to Egypt is an unparalleled experience, filled with magical wonders, awe-inspiring sights, and unforgettable experiences. Embark on a 9-night, 10-day Egypt Group Tour and explore the ancient wonders of this incredible country.
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Our tour guide will greet you at the Cairo airport to begin our day adventure and transport 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.
You tour the Pyramids and enjoy the panoramic views from the western plateau before heading down the valley to the colossal Sphinx, who proudly serves as the Mortuary complex's watchman.
Following that, we'll go to one of Egypt's largest Governmental Papyrus Institutes, where you can choose from a variety of hand-painted papyrus sheets and watch a demonstration of how the ancient paper known as papyrus is made. This place is not far from the Pyramids.
Take advantage of a fantastic Cairo orientation trip that includes the major ancient landmarks as well as the puzzling labyrinth of alleyways and booths of the old city.
Visit Old Cairo to see 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, among other major Cairo attractions.
Lunch will be given in an Old Cairo restaurant. Khan el-Khalili is one of the oldest bazaars in the Middle East. Discover the bewildering maze of tunnels that has served as Cairo's commercial hub since the 14th century.
We'll transport you back to your hotel after you check in so you can spend the night.
Your tour guide will get you up from the hotel after breakfast and assist you with checking out so you may travel from Cairo to Luxor. He or she will then bring you to your Luxor hotel so you can rest before our excursion begins.
We will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to the Luxor Museum, which is the country's second most visited museum after the Cairo Egyptian Museum.
The artefacts in this museum were uncovered during excavations at the Luxor and Karnak temples, two historically significant locations. The vast collection includes a diverse range of artefacts such as jewellery, ceramics, sculptures, and stone tablets. The statue of Thutmose III, artwork from the Karnak temple, and Tutankhamun's personal treasures are among the museum's highlights.
Our next trip is the Mummification Museum, which is guarded by the jackal-headed god Anubis. This museum, which opened in 1997, covers the strange ceremony, the 70-day mummification process, the history of the equipment, and the social marginalisation that those who worked on the bones endured. We'll transport you back to your hotel after this enlightening history lesson. and overnight
After breakfast, our tour guide will pick you up and bring you to Luxor's West Bank to begin your day's activities. Your adventure across Egypt will begin at the Valley of the Kings, Thebes' Necropolis. It is situated on Luxor's West Bank. This well-known necropolis is a must-see for visitors to Luxor. This area consists of tombs under Thebes Mountain. Visitors can examine three different dynasties' tombs here. Your Egyptologist tour guide may be able to propose the best tombs to see. Following your tour to the tombs, you will be taken to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. The Colossi of Memnon, Egypt's two greatest ancient sculptures, will be the site of your next tour.You will be transported back to your lodging after lunch at a local restaurant.
Today, after breakfast, we'll head to Kom Ombo and Edfu. The Temple of Kom Ombo, dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek, can be seen in Kom Ombo. You make a halt here before continuing on to Edfu. You'll be taken to view the falcon-headed divinity at the Temple of Horus. This newly constructed pharaonic temple has been meticulously preserved and is hence pretty stunning. We'll bring you to your hotel in Aswan in the evening so you can check in and perhaps stay the night.
After breakfast, our tour guide will pick you up from your hotel and take you on an exploration of the area.
The Aswan High Dam, an embankment dam erected in Aswan, Egypt, that crosses the Nile, has been referred to as the Aswan Dam since the 1960s.
Following the 1952 Egyptian Revolution, the government made building the High Dam a top priority due to the success of the Low Dam, which was then being used to its full capacity.
The dam's ability to generate electricity, store more water for agriculture, and better flood management was deemed critical for Egypt's planned industrialization. The High Dam, like its predecessor, has had a tremendous influence on Egypt's economy and culture. Then, take a break for lunch at a local restaurant. After that, left Aswan in an air-conditioned minivan bound for Abu Simbel. The two temples of Abu Simbel are considered outstanding examples of ancient Egypt due to their distinctive architecture. They show the splendor and grandeur of the upcoming Kingdom. The Egyptian government and UNESCO came to an agreement to safeguard these sites from inundation. There are temples devoted to Ptah, Re-Her-Akhtey, Amun-Re, and Ramesses II. The huge Abu Simbel temple is also known as Ramses II's Sun Temple. Ramesses II, Hathor, and the Sun God are symbolically linked at the Temple of Queen Nefertari, also known as the Temple of Hathor since she was the Sun God's wife. Spend about three hours there before returning to your Aswan accommodation for the evening.
Check out after breakfast, and our tour guide will take you to the top to see. One of Egypt's most stunning temple complexes is the Philae Temple. Visit the remnants, which are located near the former Aswan Dam, and then take a water taxi to the island of Aglika. When the High Dam threatened to sink the temple permanently, it was transferred to its current position. The complex was meticulously reconstructed in its current position while preserving its original design and architecture. Even the vegetation on the island was designed to resemble the complex's previous appearance. When your trip is complete, you will be transported to the Aswan airport to join your flight to Cairo. Upon arrival, make arrangements for transportation to your Cairo hotel, where you will spend the night.
As the first stop on our Bahariya Oasis Tour, our tour guide takes us from Cairo to the Bahariya Oasis. After strolling through the ancient hamlet, traveling to the Black Mountains, and stopping at the salt lake, you'll continue your Oasis Tour by visiting the famed Mummies Hall, The Golden Mummies, and the temple of Ain El Muftella. Your English-speaking tour guide will lead your Oasis Tour, which will include transportation back to your Cairo hotel for the evening.
After breakfast, you will be picked up by our tour guide to explore the famous Greco-Roman remains of Alexandria and learn about the city's history. Following a visit to the Serapeum, a temple that houses Pompey's Pillar, a red granite column, visitors may visit the creepy Kom el Shoqafa Catacombs. The surrounding mosaics and the excellently preserved Roman amphitheater are not to be missed.
By travelling to the water, you may enjoy a variety of Mediterranean seafood.
Then, pay a visit to the Citadel of Qaitbay, a 15th-century maritime fort that presently stands on the site of the ancient Lighthouse of Alexandria.
The National Museum of Alexandria's underwater archaeological displays transport you to the ancient world.
the end outcome A tour of the city's street delicacies will introduce you to the diverse world of Egyptian cuisine, which draws inspiration from Ottoman and Arab traditions. Kebabs, mixed grills, meze dips, and shellfish are among the delectable offerings. Koshary is a spicy dish made of lentils, noodles, and a sour tomato sauce. Finally, ice cream and other desserts.
The driver will then drive you to your Alexandria hotel, where you may check in and spend the night.
After breakfast and check-out, our tour guide will drive you up to see in the morning. The Great Library of Alexandria was the centre of learning during the bulk of antiquity. First thing in the morning, see the spectacular reproduction of the Alexandrian Library. The mosques of Nabi Daniel and Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi are two of Alexandria's most well-known.
After passing the Stanley Bridge and Montazah Palace Gardens, continue riding down the corniche.
We'll go to Cairo and spend the night after leaving you off at your hotel in the evening.
After breakfast at your hotel, a vehicle will take you to Cairo Airport in time for your departure flight.