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Egypt where the civilizations were begun

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Duration: 14 Nights / 15 days
Destinations covered: Cairo » Siwa » 04 nights Luxor –  Aswan Nile Cruise» Cairo
(07 nights in Cairo » 02 nights in Siwa » 04 nights on Nile Cruise » 01 night in Aswan)

The Nile and the Desert

Egypt is a land of ancient wonders with a rich history that dates back thousands of years. Egypt has something for everyone, from the pyramids of Giza to the Nile. Explore 15-day Egypt tour itineraries that offer an immersive and unforgettable experience in Siwa.

Experience Egypt and feel like royalty only with Khaled Abbass Tour Guide

Itinerary
  • Welcome to Cairo. Your tour begins when you are greeted by our representative who will assist you. After you have collected your luggage, he will then take you, in our deluxe vehicle, to your Cairo hotel.
  • Start your day tour to Giza Necropolis where our driver will pick up you from your hotel in Cairo or Giza and join our professional tour guide to witness the real magnificence ancient Egyptian attractions through visiting:
    The Step Pyramid of Saqqara
    It’s called also step Pyramid of Zoser or Josser, due to the King Zoser who ordered his minister Imhotep to build it, this pyramid consists of six-layers, its height was about 197foot (60 meters). It is the first Pyramid ever built and it is the first largest scale stone building in the world.
    Pyramid of Unas
    The Pyramid of Unas is a smooth-sided pyramid built in the 24th century BC for the Egyptian pharaoh Unas, the ninth and final king of the Fifth Dynasty.
    Pyramid Complex of Teti
    Teti (c.2345–2323 BC), the first ruler of the Sixth Dynasty, built his pyramidal complex not far from the Step Pyramid of (c.2667–2648 BC), in Saqqara. Upon completion, it stood 52.5 m tall.
    The mastaba tomb of Kagemni also known as Memi
    The mastaba was discovered in 1843 by Richard Lepsius. It had to wait until 1905 before von Bissing would begin his publication of rooms IV to VIII, which wasn't completed until 1911.
    The mastaba of Nikauisesi
    The mastaba of Nikauisesi is situated in the north-east sector of the necropolis of Saqqara. The tomb was discovered in 1979-80 by the Supreme Council of Antiquities
    The mastaba of Ankhmahor
    The mastaba of Ankhmahor is situated on the northern side of Teti’s pyramid at Saqqara in the block of tombs belonging to the officials of the king’s Dynasty VI reign.
    Memphis Open Air Museum
    Memphis was the oldest capital of ancient Egypt, the first one that was founded after the unification of upper and Lower Egypt. The city was founded in the first dynasty (3100 BC).
    Overnight in Cairo
    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
  • Breakfast at the hotel is followed by a full day tour, I will meet you at 8 am in the hotel lobby and start our visit to the
    The Grand Egyptian Museum
    It has been announced that the GEM, which is home to the largest collection of Egyptian antiquities worldwide, will open in 2024. However, the museum's Great Hall and Grand Staircase, where the colossal statues are on display, are already accessible to the public. The museum is now partially open to receive limited group visits, and to hold some special events.
    Giza Pyramids Complex
    The three main pyramids of Giza (Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure) are sufficient enough to build a 2-meter-long wall and span 100,000 square kilometers around the globe along with the equator.
    The Great Pyramid
    The Great Pyramid of King Khufu is considered largely represents the spirit of ancient Egypt, King Khufu who built this Pyramid as a cemetery has left little information about his reign. Khufu ruled for about twenty-four years. Ironically, despite the enormity of his pyramid, the only statue of King Khufu himself is really small statue carved from ivory
    The Magical Sphinx
    Who among us when mentioning the name of the Sphinx does not think about this stone sculpture that carved in the form of the human head and lion body, which is located in the Giza plateau in Egypt the Sphinx is one of the oldest and the largest sculptures in the world, it’s about 73.5 meters long and 6 meters wide.
    There have been many and different opinions about the symbol represented by the Sphinx, Old views said that it represents the wisdom of man and the strength of the lion together and these qualities were applicable to “King Khafre“.
    After that, continue your day tour from Cairo to Pyramids by paying a visit to:
    The Valley Temple
    It was used as a place for the embalming process. This temple constructed definitely for two functions: First, it was used for the purification of the mummy before its burial. Second, it was used for making the Mummification process of the king.
    Overnight in Cairo
    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
  • An early wake up and have breakfast followed by check out at 6 am you will be transported to Alamein on the North Coast of Egypt for approximately 3 hours of driving including coffee breaks to enjoy your informative El Alamein tour by visiting
    El Alamein War Museum
    This museum is an excellent introduction to the North African campaigns of WWII, including the Battle of El Alamein. The museum has separate halls dedicated to the four main countries involved in the war: Great Britain, Italy, Germany and Egypt.
    Another hall contains collections of memorabilia, uniforms, photos and maps. On display outside is a range of tanks and artillery from the battlefield.
    Commonwealth War Cemetery
    The Commonwealth War Cemetery is a haunting place where more than 7240 tombstones stand in regimented rows between beautifully tended desert plants. Most of the Commonwealth soldiers who lie here died in the Battle of El Alamein at the end of October 1942 and in the period immediately before that. As you enter, a separate memorial commemorating the Australian contingent is to your right. The cemetery is about 1km east of El Alamein's War Museum.
    we will take our lunch at a unique restaurant before resuming our road trip to Siwa Oasis. Upon arrival, we will leave our baggage in the eco-lodge and transfer to one of the many natural hot water springs in Siwa Oasis to take a dip that will relax our muscles after a long day's drive. Back to the hotel and overnight.
    Overnight in Siwa
    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
  • Breakfast in the Eco-lodge then you will continue your Siwa Oasis tour from Cairo, enjoy visiting the ruins of the old town of Siwa (Shali). then, you will be transferred to see the Temple of Alexander the Great ( the temple of The Oracle ) at the Aghurmi village dates back to the 26th dynasty and visit the temple of Amun Ra known as the Temple of Um Ubeyda, then experience the priceless Siwan heritage through the Siwa House Museum and lunch will be introduced at the Oasis famous square overlooking Shali at Abdo restaurant you will also visit the Mountain of the Dead ( Jabal el Mawta ) visit the tremendous tombs of the rulers of Siwa Oasis during the 26th dynasty like the tombs of SI Amon, MSW Isis, crocodile tomb, then you will enjoy relaxing afternoon at Cleopatra Spring (Ein Guba) swimming and dipping into the glittering water after that you will be transferred Fitnas Island to enjoy once in the lifetime Sunset view.
    Overnight in Siwa
    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
  • Today is the last day of your Siwa trip. Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel, then you will move back to Cairo hotel to check in and overnight.
    Overnight in Cairo
    Meals: Breakfast
  • Breakfast at the hotel is followed by a full day tour, I will meet you at 8 am in the hotel lobby and start our visit to The Egyptian Museum
    Centrally located on the edge of Tahrir Square in Cairo, the Egyptian Museum is hard to miss on any tour of Cairo. Opening in 1902, it was purpose-built to house the antiquities of Ancient Egypt. The museum was founded in 1857 by French Egyptologist August Mariette.
    The Citadel of Cairo
    The citadel of Saladin contains many monuments dating back to different Islamic eras, it was not only just a fortified castle that was used to defend the city but also many mosques and other purposes was in the citadel for 800 years.
    Mohamed Ali Mosque was built on a rectangular area inside Salah al-Din Citadel, it’s divided into two parts
    National Military Museum
    This museum is the first of its kind to be devoted to the history of the Egyptian military through the ages. The museum was located in al-Haram Palace in 1949 in the Cairo Citadel in 1949.
    National Police Museum
    The National Police Museum is one of the museums in the Salah al-Din Citadel, located in its northern section. Its exhibitions display the history of Egypt’s police force.
    Sultan Hassan & Elrefai Mosques
    Mosque of Sultan Hassan is a primal example of the early Islamic Mamluk architecture between 1356 A.D and 1363 A.D. The Mosque is 150m in length and covering 7,906 sq m inland and its walls reach the height of 36 m.
    Enjoy your lunch and it will be served at a local restaurant after the day tour. Then return to your hotel and overnight in Cairo.
    Overnight in Cairo
    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
  • After breakfast, I will pick you up from your hotel in Cairo and drive you to Cairo airport to catch your flight to Luxor. Upon arrival we will discover the treasures of Luxor and introduce you to the greatest civilization in all of Egypt
    The Complex of Karnak Temples
    Built over two millennia between the years of around 2200 and 360 BCE, Karnak is a massive Ancient Egyptian temple complex that was one of the country's most important places of worship under the rules of Hatshepsut, Seti I, Ramesses II and Ramesses III. As well as the dominating Temple of Amun-Ra, Karnak is also made up of smaller chapels and sanctuaries dedicated to other deities, as well as grand halls, docks, a sacred lake. and pylons - the monumental gateways that mark temple entrances.:
    The Temple of Luxor
    Luxor Temple, Ipet resyt “Southern Sanctuary” to the ancient Egyptians, was so called because of its location within ancient Thebes (modern Luxor). It is located around three kilometers to the south of Karnak Temple, to which it was once linked with a processional way bordered with sphinxes. The oldest evidence for this temple dates to the Eighteenth Dynasty (c.1550–1295 BC).
    After finishing our first day tour in Luxor we will go to the Nile Cruise to check in and have lunch on board of our Cruise which wil be our flooting hotel for the next 5 days.
    Overnight in Nile Cruise
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • In the beautiful morning from your hotel in Luxor, our tour guide will meet you to take you to enjoy a journey in the west bank of Luxor where you will visit:
    The Valley of the Kings
    The rulers of the Eighteenth, Nineteenth, and Twentieth Dynasties of Egypt’s prosperous New Kingdom (c.1550–1069 BC) were buried in a desolate dry river valley across the river from the ancient city of Thebes (modern Luxor), hence its modern name of the Valley of the Kings. This moniker is not entirely accurate, however, since some members of the royal family aside from the king were buried here as well, as were a few non-royal, albeit very high-ranking, individuals.
    The Temple of Hatshepsut
    Hatshepsut (c.1473–1458 BC), the queen who became Pharaoh, built a magnificent temple at Deir al-Bahari, on the west back of Luxor. It lies directly across the Nile from Karnak Temple, the main sanctuary of the god Amun. Hatshepsut’s temple, Djeser-djeseru “the Holy of Holies” was designed by the chief steward of Amun, Senenmut.
    The Colossi of Memnon
    These two faceless colossi (the plural of colossus, which just means larger-than-life statue) are the first thing visitors see when they reach the west bank of the Nile opposite Luxor. This isn't surprising when you hear their dimensions: they tower 60 feet (18 m) above the plains and are estimated to weigh an enormous 720 tons each.
    Now our representative will take you back to your Nile Cruise in Luxor to check in and relax onboard.
    Overnight in Nile Cruise
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • You can enjoy an early breakfast, while the cruise boat crosses the Esna lock to the city of Esna. Once the boat is moored you will visit the best-preserved temple in Egypt: The Temple of Horus.
    Edfu Temple
    Built during the Ptolemaic Kingdom between 237 and 57 BC, the Temple of Horus at Edfu is generally regarded to be the best-preserved of the Ancient Egyptian sanctuaries. For 200 years, the structure was buried under almost 40 feet (12 metres) of desert sand and silt from the Nile, which incredibly helped to conserve it to near-perfection.
    After your visit to this superb temple, you will be taken back to the boat for your lunch while it sails onward to Kom Ombo. Enjoy sun bathing and tea time on the deck of the Cruise. Once a shore you will visit the Temple of Kom Ombo
    Kom Ombo Temple
    The temple is unique for its dedication to two different deities: the local crocodile-headed god Sobek, and the first "god of the Kingdom", the falcon-headed god Horus the Elder (also called Haroeris). This double dedication was deliberate. Not only is it architecturally duplicated, with two sets of courts, hypostyle halls and sanctuaries, the twin temple is symbolic of the local and Universalist themes that the two different deities represented.
    After this great visit you will return back to the cruise for your dinner being served as it sails majestically towards Aswan.
    Overnight in Nile Cruise
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • At the morning, enjoy your breakfast on the cruise then you will join your tour guide to the enchanting “Abu Simbel Temple” which is known to be a true piece of art. The two temples were carved out of the mountainside in 1200 BC during the reign of Pharaoh Ramesses II the second and his wife Queen Nefertari.
    All the carvings, artwork, wall paintings, statues are extremely beautiful and tell incredible stories about Ramses victories at the battle of Kadesh and honor many gods like Ra, Amon, and Ptah.
    Abu Simbel Temples
    Abu Simbel temple complex includes 2 individual temples that were built during the reign of Pharaoh Ramses II. The great temple was built for the king himself to commemorate his coronation and his birthday and it has been built in a very impressive accurate way which makes the whole world await the Sun Festival that occurs only twice a year in the great temple of the Pharaoh to witness the miracle that occurs there. The smaller temple was built as a sign of love & appreciation from the king to his beloved queen Nefertari and she was the only wife of the king for whom he has built a temple.
    Enjoy sun bathing and tea time on the deck of the Cruise. Once a shore you will visit the Temple of Kom Ombo, dedicated to the gods Horus and Sobek. After this great visit you will return back to the cruise for your dinner being served as it sails majestically towards Edfu.
    Overnight in Nile Cruise
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • A new day on board starts with breakfast, and then you will be driven to see the High Dam, the world’s largest rock filled dam, and the Temple of Philae moved to the island of Agilika after the waters of Lake Nasser flooded its original location. At the end of your tour drive back to Aswan Hotel to Check in . After lunch, we will have a felucca ride in the Nile and visit the Botanical Island and the Nubian Village.
    Aswan High Dam
    At Aswan High Dam, you’ll hear from your tour guide the whole story of its construction and how it helped the Egyptians a lot to improve their economic and social state. Then, you’ll move to witness the miraculous:
    The Unfinished Obelisk
    The Unfinished Obelisk was supposed to be standing in front of Hatshepsut Temple but some cracks happened to it which leads Queen Hatshepsut to order her men to move it to Aswan and it is characterized with its majestic size.
    Philae Temples
    Philae Temple was constructed in 690 B.C and it had been relocated with the help of the UNESCO because it was in great danger from the High & Low Dams of Aswan. It was dedicated to goddess Isis.
    The Nubian Village & The Botanical Island
    Discover the colorful culture of Nubia, one of Africa's oldest civilizations, traveling by felucca sailboat or modern motorboat, you'll meet locals, visit a traditional house, drink tea, and have free time to explore villages independently while Kitchener’s Island, to the west of Elephantine Island, was given to Lord Horatio Kitchener in the 1890s when he was commander of the Egyptian army. Kitchener turned the entire island into the stunning Aswan Botanical Gardens, importing plants from the Far East, India and parts of Africa.
    After this great visit you will be transferred to Aswan Hotel to check in and overnight in Aswan
    Overnight in Aswan
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
  • Your day starts with breakfast at the hotel and followed by check out then you will transfer to Aswan Airport to catch your flight back to Cairo. Once you arrive you will be taken to your hotel and the rest of the day is yours to relax. Later today we will enjoy the evening in walking tour at Khan El Khalili.
    Moaiz ST & Khan Khaliili
    Elmoaz Street the largest open-air museum for Islamic monuments in the world, and a unique heritage site that was added to The UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979. While Khan Khalili is One of the wonderful places in Cairo and the oldest market in the Middle East it’s a medieval-style mall.
    Enjoy your lunch and it will be served at a local restaurant after the day tour. Then return to your hotel and overnight in Cairo.
    Overnight in Cairo Hotel
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
  • Breakfast at the hotel is followed by a full day tour, I will meet you at 8 am in the hotel lobby and start our visit to the
    The Mosque of Ibn Tulun
    When we will go to Ahmad Ibn Tulun Mosque one of the oldest Islamic monuments in Egypt which was built in 879. It has the first spiral minaret that was erected in the sky of Egypt and is considered one of the hanging mosques that are built on a rocky peak called "Shukr" on Mokattam Mountain.
    But if you want to know What was the mosque of Ibn Tulun used for? In the 12th century, it served as a shelter for pilgrims traveling to the Hijaz from North Africa. Al-Qata'i, the capital of Ibn Tulun and the administrative center of the Tulunid dynasty, was designed with the grand congregational mosque as its focal point. when you visit this mosque, you will realize that the mosque is a rare survivor of the classical Islamic period.
    The Gayer Anderson Museum
    Gayer Anderson is an English officer who completed his medical studies in London and was appointed to the medical department of the English army in 1904, then he moved to the service of the English army in Egypt in 1907.
    The museum consisted of two houses dating back to the Ottoman era in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries AD, and they were combined into one house, In them, he displays his archaeological collection of Pharaonic, Islamic, and Asian antiquities, provided that this furniture and his collection of antiquities become the property of the Egyptian people after his death or when he leaves Egypt permanently.
    Nile Cruise Dinner
    It is a fabulous way to enjoy a night on the Nile while you are in Cairo. So, you are invited to dinner on the Nile cruising restaurant for two hours sailing trip on the Nile with belly dancer, folklore show, Oriental music and dinner. All the time, you’ll be delighted in our Chef’s menu along with a selection of Egyptian favorites, made with the freshest ingredients, and prepared to make it a memorable dining experience.
    Enjoy your lunch and it will be served at a local restaurant after the day tour. Then return to your hotel and overnight in Cairo.
    Overnight in Cairo
    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
  • Breakfast at hotel. Check out and transfer to Cairo International Airport for final departure.
  • Experience
    • Highlights
    • 01 Welcome to Egypt
      02 Sakkara Necropolis – Memphis Open Air Museum
      03 Pyramids of Giza – The Great Sphinx – The Grand Egyptian Museum
      04 Al Almein sightseeing – Siwa Oasis
      05 Siwa sightseeing
      06 From Siwa back to Cairo
      07 The Egyptian Museum – Citadel – Sultan Hassan Madrasa and Refaii
      08 Fly to Luxor – Karnak Temples – Luxor Temple – Sound & light show
      09 Valley of the kings – Hatshepsut – Colossi of Memnon
      10 Edfu Temple – Kom Ombo Temples
      11 Abu Simbel Temples – Nubia Village – Botanical Island
      12 High Dam – Philae Temples – Unfinished Obelisk
      13 Fly back to Cairo from Aswan – Khan El Khalili
      14 Ibn Tulun Mosque – Gayer Anderson house – Cruise dinner
      15 Final Departure
    • Includes
    • Arrival / departure assistance
      07 nights’ accommodation in Cairo on Bed and breakfast basis. The Pyramids Gate or similar
      04 nights’ accommodation in board of Nile Cruise Suite on full board basis. (3 meals included).
      01 nights` accommodation in Aswan on Bed and breakfast basis. Basma Hotel or similar
      02 nights’ accommodation in Siwa on Bed and breakfast basis. Siwa Paradise or similar
      All transfers as per program by private and deluxe air-conditioned vehicle for all transportation.
      Private English speaking Egyptologist guides as per the itinerary. (Any language is available).
      Entrance fees for all sightseeing. And all applicable taxes
      Meals as mentioned in the itinerary.
      Domestic flight ticket Cairo / Luxor/ Aswan /Cairo.
    • International airfares.
      Egypt entry Visa.
      Tipping for guides, driver, Nile cruise crew, etc…
      Personal expenses (laundry, telephone calls, etc.

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