10 day 9 night Egypt family tour by Air
Are you looking for unforgettable Egypt family tours? Look no further! Our 10-day 9-night Egypt family tour by air with our Egypt travel packages is the perfect pick for a fun-filled adventure that promises to leave you with memories to cherish. From the moment you arrive in Egypt, you will be taken on a magical journey to some of the most iconic and historical destinations with our Egypt trips. You’ll get to explore the world-famous Great Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx, the Valley of the Kings, the Karnak Temple, and the Abu Simbel Temple with our Luxor day tours and Aswan day tours. You'll also get to experience the beauty of the Nile River, with a cruise and a private tour of the river bank through our Egypt Nile cruise tours.
Meet and assist services at the Airports by Cairo Top Tours tour leaders.
Your accommodation in Cairo pyramids hotel o similar 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 night on bed & breakfast.
All transports 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.
From the Cairo airport, where our certified tour guide will be waiting for you in an air-conditioned car, our tour leader will pick you up.
To bring you immediately to the Necropolis of Giza Pyramids, where you may visit the Khufu, Khafra, and Mankaura Great Pyramids and take a camel ride to explore the area's fascinating Giza Plateau.
After that, we will go to The Papyrus Institute to learn more about the ancient Egyptian art of making papyrus.
We'll get the opportunity to make our own papyrus scrolls after learning about papyrus manufacture.
Then it will be time for lunch in a close-by local eatery in the center of Cairo. Following this quick respite, we'll go to the historic area of Cairo to view its magnificent architecture, Coptic Cairo, Islamic Cairo, and Al-Azhar, before finishing our day tour at Khan El Khalili.
afterward we'll take you back to your Cairo hotel so you can check in and spend the night.
Immediately following breakfast, our tour leader will pick you up from your hotel, check you out, and take you to the Cairo airport to catch your flight to Luxor. Once we arrive here, your tour guide will take you to your Luxor hotel where you can unwind before we begin our journey to the first stop. You'll visit there. The Luxor Museum is quite entertaining. Displays of pottery, jewellery, furniture, sculptures, and stelae were created by the Brooklyn Museum in New York. They are filled with a carefully curated assortment of objects from Theban temples and the Necropolis. Other artifacts from Tutankhamun's tomb are on exhibit, including a cow-goddess head.
After then, the best place to discover the most secretive pharaohs' secrets is the Mummification Museum. It is possible to find a wonderful collection of mummified animals. The museum keeps a variety of human and animal mummies as well as the tools and canopic jars used in the process.
After there, we'll stop for lunch at a nearby restaurant before driving you back to your hotel in Luxor for the night.
Our tour guide will pick you up from your accommodation following breakfast to visit Many kings are buried in the architectural wonder of the Valley of the Kings, which served as a place of burial. The most well-known tombs are those of King Tutmosis I, King Tutmosis III, Tut-Ankh-Amon, King Ramses VI, King Mrenptah, and Amonhotep II.
then move on to see The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, also known as El Dir El Bahari, was built by the only female pharaoh to rule ancient Egypt, Queen Hatshepsut, the daughter of Thutmosis I. During the 18th Dynasty (about 1490–1469 B.C.), she governed Egypt for nearly 20 years, building the temple.
The Colossi of Memnon, which are the remnants of Amenhotep III's funerary temple, will then be our next stop.
Following that, we'll have lunch at a nearby restaurant before dropping you off at your hotel for the night.
After breakfast, check out of your hotel, and our tour guide will pick you up to see The Temple of Horus, the most important building in Edfu and one of Egypt's most beautiful and well-preserved Temples.
then move on to see Originally, the Kom Ombo Pylon had two entrances, but the left side has completely disappeared, leaving just the central pillar and the lowest sections of the right wing to remain. As you approach, you may see a relief of the Roman Emperor Domitian wearing the crowns of Upper Egypt, the gods Sobek, Hathor, and Khons, 52-line hieroglyphic lettering, and more on the front wall to the right.
After there, we'll have lunch at a nearby eatery before taking you to your accommodation in Aswan for the night.
The High Dam of Aswan, an engineering marvel built in the 1960s, is the first stop on your day tour of Aswan after being picked up at your hotel or by our tour guide. From the top of the High Dam, you can view over Lake Nasser to the Kalabsha temple in the south and the massive power plant in the north.
Take an air-conditioned car on a 3-hour ride to the south from Aswan to experience an Abu Simbel day tour. Because of their remarkable construction, the two temples of Abu Simbel are considered as the apex of ancient Egypt. They portray the majesty and splendour of the coming Kingdom. Egypt's government and UNESCO decided to collaborate in order to protect these sites from flooding. At the temple bearing their names, Ptah, Re-Her-Akhtey, Amun-Re, and Ramesses II were revered. The massive Abu Simbel temple is also known as the Sun Temple of Ramses II.
The Temple of Queen Nefertari, also known as the Temple of Hathor since she was the Sun God's wife, is a symbolic union of Ramesses II, Hathor, and the Sun God. Before departing for Aswan, stay there for roughly three hours.
return you to your hotel, where you'll eat lunch and spend the night.
Check out of your accommodation after breakfast, and our tour guide will take you up to visit The third and greatest of the well-known Aswan sights you will view is the last one.
Philae Temple was carefully moved to its current location after the High Dam's construction raised the surrounding Nile levels (about 500 metres from the original site).
Upon arrival at the island via speedboat, your tour guide will take you on a walking tour of the temple before granting you some free time to complete your solo research.
In a spectacular setting on an island in the river that has been manicured to match its original site, the Philae Temple, which celebrates the goddess Isis, may be found.
You will be dropped off at the Aswan airport when your trip is complete so you can board your aircraft to Cairo. Upon arrival in Cairo, be transferred to your hotel where you will stay the night.
Our tour guide and driver will pick you up from your Cairo hotel at 6:00 in the morning and take you in a private, air-conditioned car 350 kilometres west of Giza to the Bahariya Oasis.
The journey lasts around four hours.
Switch to a 44 and travel 40 kilometres into the desert to view the Black Desert once you reach at Baharaia.
Following that, lunch will be served at the well-known neighbourhood restaurant, where you may swim and unwind before or after.
Continue on for another 90 km to the Agbatat and Crystal deserts, as well as a number of mountains and sand dunes, and then turn left to the White Desert, one of the prettiest deserts in the entire world. Its stunning white pebbles come in a variety of forms, such as mushrooms, chickens, and bunnies. Drive back to your accommodation in Cairo.
After breakfast in the morning, check out and your tour guide will drive you to Alexandria in a contemporary, air-conditioned vehicle. This day excursion will start with a visit to the catacombs at Kom el Shoqafa, which are considered as one of the wonders of the Middle Ages. It is the largest Roman burial site in Egypt that is known to exist, with three floors of tombs that may accommodate up to 300 bodies. Prior to being a public cemetery, the site had been built as a private burial place for a single family. The architecture of the tombs is evocative of Greco-Roman styles. This may be seen in the innovative blending of artistic traditions from Egypt, Greece, and Rome in the wall artwork.
Then, after stopping for photos, you'll continue on to Qaitbey's Citadel, which is regarded as one of the most important defensive strongholds not only in Egypt but also along the Mediterranean Sea coast. The Citadel was an important part of Alexandria's defence system in the 15th century A.D. It is situated at the eastern tip of Pharos Island, close to the eastern harbour's entrance. It was constructed on the exact site of the famed Lighthouse of Alexandria, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
The Montazah Royal Palaces and Gardens, which were owned by Mohamed Ali Pasha's royal family from Khedive Abbas Helmy II to King Farouk I, will then be visited.
Our amazing voyage will come to an end at the Modern Alexandria Library, which took the place of the Old Library, which was renowned for its large collection of volumes on several sciences and literary genres. After this wonderful city tour, you will be picked up and brought back to your lodging in Alexandria.
After breakfast, check out of the hotel and be picked up by our tour guide in an air-conditioned car to travel to Pompei's Pillar, which is situated on the site of the temple of Serapis, which was constructed in the first century BC and was known as "the supreme god of Alexandria during the Ptolemaic era."
The biggest mosque in Alexandria is called Abu Al-Abbas Al-Mursi, and it features a cream-colored front, four massive domes, carvings in the shape of arabesques, and a towering minaret.
The concluding site on our tour of Alexandria is the Roman Amphitheatre, also known as Kom el-Dikka. Right in the centre of Alexandria, there is a big Roman theatre and housing complex.
Before one of our tour guides drives you to your hotel in Cairo, take a stroll through the old part of Alexandria.
relax and spend the night.
After breakfast, a representative from our business will transport you to Cairo International Airport to assist with your flight out at the conclusion of your 10-day Egypt holiday, which we hope you liked and inspired you to do additional tours in Egypt.
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