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6 Days - 5 Nights


Giza pyramids - Sphinx - Egyptian Museum - Karnak temple - Valley of the Kings - Queen Hatshepsut Temple - Phiala temple - Abu Simble temple - Memnon Colossi

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The Itinerary

Welcome to Egypt, the land of ancient history and captivating beauty! Get ready for an unforgettable journey as we take you through the most famous landmarks of this magnificent country.

Day 1:

Our journey begins as we pick you up from the airport and take you to your hotel in Cairo. Get some rest and prepare for an exciting adventure ahead!

Day 2:

After a delicious breakfast, we start our tour with a visit to The Egyptian Museum, home to some of the most fascinating artifacts of ancient Egypt. Marvel at the treasures of King Tut-Ank-Amun and discover the stories behind them. Then, we will take a stroll around Tahrir Square, the symbolic center of the Egyptian revolution of 2011.

Next, we drive north for around 30 minutes to reach the Giza Area. Our first stop will be at the papyrus museum, where we will learn about the oldest and strongest paper in history. Witness the process of making it and hear about the most significant stories discovered on it. Then, we head to the Great Pyramid, where you will have the opportunity to climb a few stones and capture some unforgettable photos.

We continue through the pyramids to a spot called the Panoramic View, where you can take the best photos of the pyramids. Next, we visit the Queens Pyramids before making our way to the Valley Temple. Here, we visit The Great Sphinx, the oldest and biggest statue of a Sphinx.

Finally, we head to the train station to catch the sleeping train to Aswan.

Day 3:

Upon arriving at Aswan, we pick you up from the train station and start our tour with a visit to Phiala Temple, located in the middle of the Nile. We will use a motorboat to reach there and take a stroll through this incredible ancient temple.  After Our tour, we check into our hotel in Aswan.

Day 4:

We start very early on a sharing tour to Abu Simbel, one of the most magnificent temples in Egypt. Carved inside a mountain, the Abu Simbel Temples are truly a sight to behold. We will then head back to Aswan and catch the seated train to Luxor, where we check into our hotel.

Day 5:

Early in the morning, after a delicious breakfast, we head to the west bank of Luxor to visit several famous landmarks. Our first stop is the Memnon Colossi, followed by a visit to Queen Hashebsut Temple, partially carved in rock and partially built-in three levels. Next, we visit the Valley of the Kings, where we explore some of its tombs and witness the incredible scenes of the book of the dead on the walls.

Finally, we drive to Karnak Temple, the largest temple in terms of size, where you can see the massive columns, obelisks, and Sphinx avenue. After a full day of adventure, we catch the sleeping train back to Cairo.

Day 6:

On the final day of our journey, we pick you up from the train station and take you to Cairo Airport.

Depart with memories that will last a lifetime, and we hope to see you again in Egypt soon!

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What is included in the tour:

  • All the Airports pickups & drop off.

  • All airport transfers by modern air conditioned  private vehicles.

  • 1 night accommodation in a Cairo Hotel.

  • 1 night accommodation in a Luxor Hotel.

  • 1 night accommodation in a Aswan Hotel.

  • 2 Nights in Sleeping train private cabin including breakfast & diner. 

  • All The Main entry fees for archeological sites Areas mentioned on the tour.

  • Service of a Professional Egyptologist Licensed guide on a private tour throughout your trip.

  • The Breakfast in the hotels

  • 24/7 On-call Support.

  • All applicable taxes and VAT.

    What is excluded in the tour:

  • International flights.

  • Any meal or drinks that are not mentioned

  • Optional Tours & Tickets.

  • Entry visa to Egypt.

  • Travel Insurance.

  • Gratuities for the guides, drivers or any other kind of tips

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