Cairo, Egypt has always been attracting travelers from across the world. It is one of the world's largest urban areas and offers many sites to visit. It is the administrative capital of Egypt and almost every Egypt Pyramid lies close to Cairo. To see the true colours of city all you need to do is crack a joke, blow your nose and look through the dirt. If you will fell in love with Cairi, Cairo will definitely love you back.
Arrive at Cairo International Airport cross through the immigration. Meet our company representative, who will assist you in immigration and custom formalities. The company representative will then escort you to the hotel in an air conditioned deluxe coach. Check in the hotel and spend overnight in the hotel. Have a nice sleep to refresh yourself for the next day.
Post breakfast check out of the hotel and hit the road for around 2 hours 30 minutes to reach the crowd-pleasing city of Alexandria. On an enlightening full day tour from Cairo explore the old sites which depicts the history of Alexandria.
Kick-start the tour with a visit to the Roman Theatre; it is a marble theater in which 800 spectators could get seated in ancient times. From all sides it is surrounded by Roman baths and villas.
Later explore the Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa. It is the necroplois of 3 sub levels which dates from the 2nd century AD. Next see the site of Alexandria Library. The tour comes to an end with a visit to the ramparts of the 15th century Qaitbay Citadel. It is famous for being built on the ruins of the ancient Alexandria Lighthouse. The full day discovery will end with a relaxed evening drive back to Cairo.
On arrival, head towards the Cairo station to board the sleeper train to Aswan which departs from Cairo at 20 hours. Have dinner on board. Spend overnight on board as the train will reach next morning at around 8 hours 15 minutes.
Arrive at Aswan Train Station , meet representative who will escort you to some of Egypt most important landmarks of both past and present. Start the day tour with a romantic motorboat trip to the Philae Temple which is dedicated to Goddess Isis. The isolated and peaceful location provides a suitable start to the tour.
Under the guidance of an expert visit high dam- famous for contaning 43 million cubic meters of water. En route you will cross Aswan Dam. Finally make your way to the Unfinished Obelisk, located in the granite quarries. The guide will tell you about the history of this place and how the massive obelisk was carved and later discarded when a crack was discovered.
The best way to admire the Egypt’s ancient past is to be part of a trip down the River Nile. Cruising between Aswan and Luxor will make you feel relax and take in the elegant scenery of the Nile Valley and few impressive Ancient Egyptian temples.
When you sail the Nile, the first stop will be just in front of the Kom Ombo Temple. Along the side of the temple stands a room in which mummified crocodiles have been kept. Next start sail for Edfu to visit the Edfu Temple. It is one of the best preserved temples in Egypt which is dedicated to the falcon god Horus.
Enjoy the overnight on A Typical Luxury Nile Cruise Boat.
After breakfast, under the guidance of an expert visit you the Theban Necropolis in Luxor west Bank, where you will visit 3 tombs in the Valley of The Kings. There is an additional cost to visit the tombs of King Tutankhamen and Ramses VI is payable direct. Continue to the mortuary temple of Queen Hatshepsuit (1490-1469 B.C) at Deir el Bahari, carved at the bottom of the cliff of el Qurna Mountain, The temple is the most visited in Luxor west bank.
Enjoy the two most famous stories of the relief sculpture recites the tale of the divine birth of the Queen and the trading mission to the Land of Punt, an exotic country on the Red Sea coast could be today, Somalia. Take fantastic photos for the two colossi of Memnon, the only remains statues of the Pharaoh Amenhotep III. Continue to visit Karnak Temple, the largest temple in Egypt covers 300acres (125Hectares), built for the triad of Luxor; Amon, Mut and Khonsu.
After a guided tour to Karnak temple, enjoy free time to explore at leisure. Continue to visit Luxor temple. Some pharaohs like Tutankhamon, Horemheb and Alexander the great added some parts to the temple. Enjoy walking between the avenue of sphinxes, marks the entrance to Luxor Temple. After finishing, you will be transferred back to your Luxor hotel, Nile Cruise port or airport.
Post breakfast check out of the hotel and at fixed time your journey from Luxor to Hurghada will begin in a deluxe coach. Upon arrival at Hurghada after a tiring four hours journey Check in the hotel and spend overnight in the comfort of your bed.
Post breakfast set off on your 3-hour private tour of the city. As you travel, the guide will brief you about Hurghada and how it mushroomed from a small village in the mid-20th century to one of Egypt’s most popular Red Sea resorts. Have a look over the hustle and bustle of the old city center, and visit the impressive Abdel Monaem Read Mosque commonly known as the Big Mosque. Admire the classical Islamic architecture as you delve into the courtyards and intricately engraved archways, and gaze up at the domes and minarets.
Visit another of Hurghada’s must-sees — the Coptic Church of St Mary — and stretch your legs around the port area to take in the breathtaking views. Then, drive up to the highest point in town to admire the sweeping panoramas over the resort and sparkling Red Sea. Enjoy free time to roam around the stalls that sell everything from clothes to rugs and trinkets. After bagging some bargains, return to your vehicle and end your tour with a drop-off at your hotel or the original start point.
Treat your taste buds with mouth watering breakfast and check out of the hotel to make your way to bus station to take your bus (SUPER JET) to Cairo. Upon arrival at Cairo after a tiring six hours journey our company representative will then escort you to the hotel in deluxe coach. Check in the hotel and enjoy a peaceful overnight sleep.
On your last day after breakfast visit Great Pyramids of Giza, Sphinx, the Egyptian Museum and Khan El Khalili Bazaar for an altogether different experience.
Admire the breathtaking architecture of the Great Pyramid of Cheops, the smallest one of Mecarinus and the Pyramid of Chephren. You can also visit the valley temple of Chephren as well as the great Sphinx from inside.
El Khalili Bazaar the most popular place amongst the locals and the tourists. The Shops typically sell souvenirs, antiques and jewellery. Explore the goldsmith’s souq and don’t forget to haggle for your choices.
After an enchanting exploration the representative will transfer you to Cairo international Airport for final departure.