Day 01: Arrival (Welcome to Egypt)
Welcome to Cairo, Egypt (Around the Clock).
Our Rep. will meet and assist you at Cairo International Airport, then transfer you to your hotel in Cairo by air-conditioned car.
Overnight in Cairo or Giza Hotel.
Day 02: (Giza Pyramids & The Sound and Light Show)
One of the most mysterious seven wonders of the ancient world (and the only one that still exists.)
Pyramid of Cheops
Pyramid of Khafre
Pyramid of Menkaure
then continue your tour to visit the Valley temple
You will visit the Valley temple of King Khafre which was built to mummify his body after death. the Vally temple of king Khafre is attached to the great sphinx which belongs to the same king. The statue of the sphinx has the head of king Khfrae and the body of the lion to guard his pyramid.
Our guide will take in a special tour around the colossal statue which has the head of the king Khfrae connected to the body of lion. There are a lot of stories and secrets behind the statue you will learn from our professional Egyptologest tour guide
You will have the chance for a great adventure to explore the plateau.
Back to your hotel in Cairo.
Day 03: The Egyptian Museum & Old Cairo
Our Egyptologist English-speaking tour guide will meet you in your hotel to accompany you by a private A/C car to visit The Egyptian Museum, exhibiting thousands of objects from the prehistoric era to the Greco–Roman period. It has been calculated that spending one minute at each exhibit will take nine months to see the whole collection!
After that, you will move ahead to Old Cairo where you will be able to visit the mosque of Amr Ibn Al-Ass, considered one of the oldest mosques in Egypt. Then, you will go to the Hanging Church of the Virgin Marry and Beni Ezra Synagogue.
Travel to Aswan by Sleeping Train.
Day 04: The High Dam & Unfinished Obelisk & Philae Temple
Our tour guide will wait for you at the Aswan train station to start your tour and visit
The High Dam
Egypt is famous for one of the greatest engineering works it is the Aswan Dam, it is a very important architectural and historical achievement for the history of the country, it is the more modern and largest of the two dams that were built on the Nile, at the height of the first there are small sequences of waterfalls. The Dam takes its name from the nearby city of Aswan, which is about 17 km away.
Aswan was the place where many of the monuments that have come down to us today from ancient Egypt were created. It is considered A piece of stone 41 meters long and four meters wide that was probably abandoned due to a crack in the rock (doh!) and now lies abandoned in the same quarry where it was left thousands of years ago.
Then visit Philae Temple
Philae Temple This temple dedicated to the goddess Isis, which was flooded by the waters of the Nile, is considered the temple of love and was divided and reassembled in a new location on the island of Egilika, about 500 meters from its original location on the island of Philae. Its buildings include the Temple of Hathor, and the visitor can watch the sound and light show at night, which is presented in several languages.
After that, you will go to Luxor a private A/C car and spend your night at the Luxor hotel.
Day 05: Luxor West Bank
Early morning our guide will pick you up from your hotel in Luxor to get an amazing tour by hot air balloon on the western bank of Luxor and
The Valley of the Kings
also known as the "Valley of the Gates of the Kings" in Egypt, it was used for 500 years in the period between the 16th and 11th centuries BC. to build tombs for the pharaohs and nobles of the modern state. This site was chosen for the burial of kings, because the sun god descends (dies) in the western horizon to be reborn and rejuvenated in the eastern horizon, and the royal tombs are notable for containing drawings and inscriptions from ancient Egyptian mythology. .
The Temple of Hatshepsut
The Temple of Hatshepsut or Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut is an Eighteenth Dynasty temple of Egypt and the best remaining temples were built about 3,500 years ago in Deir el-Bahari, Egypt. The walls of the temple were covered with scenes representing temple rituals and religious festivities, the scenes more distinct than those in the central balcony, which represents Hatshepsut's mission in Puntland. You can also visit the hall sacred to the god Amon and the hall of celebrations, where the procession of the queen moved from the temple of the valley to this temple.
The Colossi of Memnon
The Colossi of Memnon are two huge statues that were built around the year 1350 BC, and are all that remains of a temple in memory of the pharaoh (Amenhotep III), located in western Thebes, Egypt. They belong to King Amenhotep III, one of the kings of the 18th dynasty, which is the strongest ruling family in the history of ancient Egypt.
Back to your hotel in Luxor.
Day 06: Luxor East Bank
Explore Karnak Complex
The complex of religions, built by 30 pharaohs. Karnak Temple Complex, known as Karnak Temple, is a stunning temple complex of unrivaled beauty, as Karnak comprises the temples of the god Amun, his wife, the goddess 'Mut' and his son, the god 'Khonsu ", which is considered the second most visited historical site in Egypt, after the pyramids of Giza.
and the attractive Luxor Temple
Luxor Temple is a sign of ancient Egyptian civilization, and is a monument of great beauty in the heart of the modern city of Luxor. Although dozens of centuries have passed since its construction, it remains a witness to the greatness of a civilization that did not disappear
Back to Cairo by Sleeping Train.
Day 07: (Citadel of Saladdin & Dinner Cruise)
You will visit the outstanding Citadel of Saladdin, where you will be able to visit the Mosque of Mohamed Ali, the founder of modern Egypt, and his mosque built in the Turkish style and called the Alabaster Mosque.
At night, our Rep. will pick you up to take your dinner on a Nile cruise where you will enjoy the Egyptian folklore as a Tanura show and belly dance.
Back to your hotel in Cairo or Giza.
Day 08: Alexandria
Our guide will pick you up from your Cairo hotel early and take you in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle to start your private day tour to Alexandria. After 3 hours, you will arrive in Alexandria.
You will start your tour by visiting the Catacomb which has three levels underground with beautiful reliefs depicting the mixture that happened between the Greco-Roman and ancient Egyptian styles. After that, you will go to Pompey’s Pillar which has nothing to do with Pompey, and our guide will tell you why. Then, you will visit the Citadel of Qaitbay, the witness the Islamic glories during the medieval period. Finally, move ahead to the new library of Alexandria.
Drive back to your hotel in Cairo.
Day 09: Moez St. & Khalili Bazaar
Then you will move to visit the significant places of Islamic Cairo. Take a tour of Moez Street where you will enjoy the glory of Islamic art and architecture of Egypt.
Then, go to visit the Khan Khalili area comprising an array of shops dating to the 14th Century AD.
Back to your hotel in Cairo.
Day 10: International Flight
Relax in your hotel in Cairo and prepare yourself to catch the final departure flight.