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Egypt where the civilizations were begun

Program Egypt Luxury Tour Packages 15 days King Den
Duration: 14 Nights / 15 days
Destinations covered: Cairo » Alexandria » Aswan » Luxor » Cairo
(07 nights in Cairo » 02 nights in Alexandria » 03 nights on Nile Cruise » 02 nights Luxor)

The Land of History

Enjoy one of our luxury Egypt tours, a Luxury Nile cruise, and stay in Egypt which words simply cannot describe. Enjoy 15 days of non-stop adventure and discovery. With our luxury accommodations and professionally guided tours, lifetime memories are guaranteed. Unleash your imagination as you step inside an ancient pyramid; thousands of tons of rock are stacked high and still standing after thousands of years. Visit Luxor and its many awe-inspiring attractions, including the tomb of Tutankhamun. Board a 5* Nile cruise and cruise along the majestic River Nile to Aswan in style, stopping several times for onshore excursions to famous sites.

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.
    Overnight in Cairo
    Meals: Welcome Drink
  • 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, It’s 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.
    The Southern Tomb
    The southern tomb of King Djoser is located in the southern corner of his funerary complex in the Saqqara antiquities area. The cemetery consists of two parts. The upper part consists of a limestone Mastaba with a frieze decorated with cobras.
    Serdab of Pharaoh Djoser
    Serdab is a small enclosed structure that houses the ka statue (inhabited by the Pharoah’s soul) and with a small slit or hole with various purposes including allowing the soul of the deceased to move about freely, to breathe and eat – to let in the smells of the offerings and incense presented to the statue, and for the King’s Soul to witness the ceremonies outside.
    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.
    New Kingdom Cemetery
    The New Kingdom (c.1550–1069 BC) cemetery south of the causeway of Unas is where several important officials of the Eighteenth to Twentieth Dynasties were buried.
    The Tomb of Hormoheb
    This monument is a source of information of prime importance on the history of Egypt under the reign of Tutankhamun. The reliefs, chiseled by forever anonymous craftsmen, are ever among the most accomplished recovered in ancient Egypt and are a major source for the history of the art.
    The tomb from the time in which he was not yet Pharaoh Horemheb was discovered a first time in the 19th century, then it disappeared again under the sands. It was rediscovered in 1975 by Geoffrey Martin and his team who cleared the monument in four seasons of excavation.
    The tomb of Maya
    At the end of the 14th century BC, Maya was one of the major figures in the Egyptian state, from the reign of Tutankhamun to that of Horemheb. His prestigious career is attested by his many titles and epithets, the most important of which is "Overseer of the Treasury" (that is Minister of Finance). We'll discuss it.
    The Serapium
    The Serapeum of Saqqara was the ancient Egyptian burial place for sacred bulls of the Apis cult at Memphis. It was believed that the bulls were incarnations of the god Ptah, which would become immortal after death as Osiris-Apis. a name which evolved to Serapis.
    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).
    At the end of this great day we will enjoy lunch in one of the best resturants that looks over the Pyramids and then we will go back to our hotel and overnight in Cairo.
    Overnight in Cairo
    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
  • After breakfast at your hotel we will meet in the lobby and start our unique day tour to the Pyramids of Giza
    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
    Tomb of Queen Meres ankh III
    Under the shadow of the Great Pyramid lies the mastaba of Queen Meresankh III, the wife of Khafra and granddaughter of Khufu. Both very large and exquisitely decorated, this is indeed a tomb worthy of her rank and fortunately also contains the best-preserved wall reliefs in the Eastern Cemetery.
    Camel Ride
    During our visit to the Pyramids, you will experience the transportation of the ancient and will enjoy a camel ride for almost 01 hour to get the best shots around the pyramids you just need to prepare your camera. We will move from the highest point at the Pyramids till we reach the lowest where the Sphinx is located as ancient pharaohs did.
    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.
    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.
    Overnight in Cairo
    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
  • Your day starts with breakfast in your hotel followed by a 2.5-hour drive, in our air-conditioned vehicle, to Alexandria where you will check-in at your hotel upon arrival.
    Overnight in Alexandria
    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
  • After breakfast you will start your first tour in this beautiful city, start with Kom el Shoqafa where the early Christians were buried.
    The Catacombs of Kom Alshaqafa
    The Catacombs of Alexandria are the largest and most important burial site in Egypt that has a mixture of Roman, Hellenistic, and ancient Egyptian decorative art and elements that were all common during this period in Alexandria.
    The Pmpai`s Pillar
    It’s a column that stands on a rocky hilltop in the middle of Alexandria. Pompey Pillar is a triumphal monument erected around 300 AD for the Roman Emperor Diocletian.
    Qait Bay Citadel
    Qaitbay Citadel has been built during the 14th century by (Sultan Qaitbay) to defend Alexandria from the attacks of The Ottoman Empire. You can enjoy the Sea views, wonderful restaurants, and unforgettable touristic items while visiting it.
    Lunch will be served during the day tour in a sea view restaurant in Alexandria and then we will drive back to the hotel and overnight in Alexandria.
    Overnight in Alexandria
    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
  • A new day and your first breakfast in Alexandria; then it is time to have the experience of the
    Royal Jewelry Museum
    The Royal Jewelry Museum displays the collectibles of the Egyptian royal family, founded by Muhammad Ali Pasha in 1805 and continued to rule for 150 years, until 1952.
    Zaynab Fahmi built the palace in 1919 in Zizinya, Alexandria. It served as the residence of Fatma al- Zahra’, daughter of Prince Ali Haider, a descendent of Muhammad Ali Pasha. The palace serves as a striking backdrop to the magnificent possessions owned by the family. It uniquely merges between European and Islamic styles, reflecting the fine taste of the royal family whose paintings, gilded ceilings, and mosaics decorate the palace rooms.
    The Roman Amphitheatre of Alexandria
    The Amphitheatre of Alexandria was discovered by coincidence in the year of 1960. When the Egyptian government was getting ready to set one its buildings in the area of kom El Dekka, one of the workers found solid column underneath the dust and sand during preparing the location by engineers. Immediately, an excavation team where down the location to examine what have been found. The Roman theatre was a very important discovery in the 20th century. It was proven that the theatre was built since the 4th A.D century and was used up until the 7th century passing by the Roman, byzantine and Islamic eras.
    Again, lunch will be supplied at a local restaurant in the middle of the day, and as the sites start to close you will have a tired, but fulfilled, drive back to your Cairo hotel.
    Overnight in Cairo
    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
  • A new day starts with breakfast at the hotel and then you will start exploring Islamic Cairo historical places start with
    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.
    Overnight in Cairo
    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
  • A new day starts with breakfast, and then you will be driven catch your flight to Aswan where your guide will take you to see the High Dam, the Temples of Philae, the unfinished Obelisk, check in your Nile cruise and have lunch and then visit The Nubian village and the Botanical Island. Your visit includes:
    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 the end of the tour, you will be driven to your 5 stars Nile Cruise where you will have your lunch meal and make your check in then the rest of the day is yours. Dinner will be served onboard and overnight in 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.
    The temple of Sobek in Kom Ombo
    The Temple of Kom Ombo is an unusual double temple in the town of Kom Ombo in Aswan Governorate, Upper Egypt. It was constructed during the Ptolemaic dynasty, 180–47 BC. Some additions to it were later made during the Roman period. The building is unique because its 'double' design meant that there were courts, halls, sanctuaries and rooms duplicated for two sets of gods.
    After the visit, you will be taken back to the boat for your dinner while it sails onward to Edfu, home of the best-preserved temple in Egypt: The Temple of Horus.
    Overnight in Nile Cruise
    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch, Dinner
  • You can enjoy an early breakfast. Once the boat is moored you will visit the best preserved temple in Egypt: the Temple of Horus. After your visit to this superb temple you will be taken back to the boat for your lunch while the cruise boat crosses the Esna lock to the city of Esna and continue sailing to Luxor.
    Edfu Temple
    Edfu temple which was dedicated to Horus, the son of Isis and Osiris and its walls are really impressive with its inscriptions and pictures showing Horus having his revenge from Seth the brother of his father Osiris. It is the best preserved and most complete in Egypt temple and second largest after Karnak.
    After your visit to this superb temple, you will be taken back to the boat in plenty of time before it departs Edfu and sets sail for Esna. Once you reach Esna you will watch as it sails through the Esna locks. Once through the locks, the boat continues on its course towards Luxor, once the boat is moored you will visit the Temple of Luxor. Then return back to the cruise for dinner and overnight in Luxor.
    The temple of Luxor
    The Temple of Luxor was the center of the most important festivals and one of the best temples which you will visit. It’s one of the most important and famous ancient Egyptian temples, located in the city of Luxor, which is about 700 km from Cairo, it’s an important tourist destination for its monuments and its distinctive weather, which makes it a wonderful destination for tourists from all over the world.
    After the visit, you will be taken back to the boat for your dinner while after dinner you can go out or you can rest in the cruise.
    Tour Sound & light show in Karnak
    Enjoy Luxor Tours Watching Karnak Temple Sound and Light Show on the east bank illuminated at night with an audio-visual show that will explain how the temple was built and what life was like in Ancient Egypt. We will give you the chance to discover how life has been thousands of years ago? You will know about them through the splendid Sound and Light Show at the Karnak Temples. This spectacle will take about 75-minute first takes you around the temple grounds, and finally, the last act is played while you are seated along the Great Sacred Lake. The performance relates the history of Luxor as the capital of the ancient world.
    Overnight in Nile Cruise
    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch, Dinner
  • In the beautiful morning from your Nile Cruise 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 Tomb of King Tut Ankh Amun
    The tomb of the Eighteenth Dynasty king Tutankhamun (c.1336–1327 BC) is world-famous because it is the only royal tomb from the Valley of the Kings that was discovered relatively intact. Its discovery in 1922 by Howard Carter made headlines worldwide, and continued to do so as the golden artifacts and other luxurious objects discovered in this tomb.
    The Tomb of King Ramses VI
    This tomb was begun by King Ramesses V (c.1147–1143 BC) of the Twentieth Dynasty. Although it is uncertain whether he was ultimately buried here, it is clear that his uncle Ramesses VI (c.1143–1136 BC) enlarged the tomb and used it.
    The Tomb of King Seti I
    The tomb of Sety I is one of the longest, deepest, and most beautifully decorated tombs in the Valley of the Kings. Sety I (c.1294–1279 BC) was the second king of the Nineteenth Dynasty, and father of Ramesses II (the Great). His tomb, number 17 in the Valley of the Kings, is sometimes called “Belzoni’s tomb” after its discoverer.
    The Tomb of King Merenptah
    The second-largest tomb in the valley, Merenptah’s tomb has been open since antiquity and has its share of Greek and Coptic graffiti. Floods have damaged the lower part of the walls of the long tunnel-like tomb, but the upper parts have well-preserved reliefs. The corridors are decorated with the Book of the Dead, the Book of Gates and the Book of Amduat. Beyond a shaft is a false burial chamber with two pillars decorated with the Book of Gates.
    The Tomb of King Ramses III
    One of the most popular tombs in the valley, KV 11 is also one of the most interesting and best preserved. Originally started by Sethnakht (1186–1184 BC), the project was abandoned when workers hit the shaft of another tomb (KV10). Work resumed under Ramses III (1184–1153 BC), the last of Egypt’s warrior pharaohs, with the corridor turning to the right, then left. It continues deep (125m overall) into the mountain and opens into a magnificent eight-pillared burial chamber.
    The Tomb of King Ramses IV
    Originally intended to be much larger, KV 2 was cut short at 89m on the early death of the pharaoh (1147 BC) and a pillared hall was converted to be the burial chamber. The sarcophagus is in place with a magnificent goddess Nut filling the ceiling above it. Close to the entrance of the valley, this tomb was opened in antiquity and inhabited (there is Greek, Roman and Coptic graffiti), and used as a hotel by many 18th- and 19th-century visitors.
    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.
    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.
    Your lunch will be served in a local restaurant before we go and check in at your hotel in Luxor and overnight.
    Overnight in Luxor Hotel
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
  • Start your day tour to Luxor Museums where our driver will pick up you from your hotel or in Luxor and join our professional tour guide to witness the real magnificence ancient Egyptian attractions through visiting:
    Hot air Balloon Ride
    Early morning, Egypt Tours representative will pick you up from your hotel in Luxor to the West Bank to enjoy Egypt Hot Air Balloon. Transfer to marine enjoy soft drinks before you take the motor boat to the west bank, then you will be transferred to the take-off area where you are going to start your balloon ride in the sky of the biggest open-air museum Luxor. The "Balloon Ride" trip departs every day, however confirmation in advance is still highly recommended. The balloon ride takes 45 minutes then you will be transferred back to your hotel.
    Luxor Museum
    One of the best displays of antiquities in Egypt is located at the Luxor Museum opened in 1975. Housed within a modern building, the collection is limited in the number of items, but they are beautifully displayed. There are numerous other antiquities of interest including a couple of very nice coffins. The museum also houses items from periods after the demise of pharaonic Egypt.
    Mummification Museum
    Mummification museum in Luxor (ancient Thebes), intended to provide an understanding of the process to preserve the body. The ancient Egyptians not only applied embalming to dead humans but also to many animals (Cats, dogs, crocodiles…. etc.). God Anubis (the Jackal) was the god of embalming and mummification.
    At the end you will return back to your cruise for Lunch which will be served on board. Start sailing towards Edfu. Dinner will be served onboard and overnight.
    Overnight in Luxor Hotel
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
  • Breakfast at the hotel is followed by check out from your hotel in Luxor. Then you will be transferred to Luxor airport to catch your flight back to Cairo. Upon arrival you will be met and assisted by our representative who will drive you to your hotel to check in and later you will have your lunch in a local restaurant and then you will enjoy your time in El Moaiz St and 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 followed by check out and transfer to Luxor airport to catch you flight back to Cairo then we will have a marvelous day tour to the Egyptian Museum and the holy part of Cairo. After having Lunch and finishing our great day we will check in the hotel in Cairo once more.
    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.
    Coptic Cairo: Coptic Cairo is unique area with Old Cairo that has a concentration of Christian churches and other sites that date from the centuries between the decline of the pharaonic religion and the arrival of Islam when Egypt had a Christian majority. Coptic Cairo is largely built around the fort of Babylon on upon the remains of its walls.
    Saint Mercurius Church
    Saint Mercurius Church in Coptic Cairo is a Coptic Orthodox church situated just to the north of the Babylon Fortress in Old Cairo among a group of important churches, and within the area known as the Abu Sayfayn Cloister is to be found three churches and a convent. One of these churches, dedicated to Saint Mercurius, and is the largest in the district of ancient Babylon. The church is named after St. Philopater Mercurius who is known as Abu Sayfayn ("double sworded").
    Hanging Church
    The Hanging Church is named for its location above a gatehouse of Babylon Fortress, the Roman fortress in Coptic Cairo (Old Cairo); its nave is suspended over a passage. The church is approached by twenty-nine steps; early travelers to Cairo dubbed it "the Staircase Church".The land surface has risen by some six meters since the Roman period, so the Roman tower is mostly buried below ground, reducing the visual impact of the church's elevated position.
    Church of the Holy Virgin (Babylon El-Darag)
    The Church of the Holy Virgin in Babylon El-Darag was occupied from the 11th to the 15th centuries by several Coptic patriarchs, seven of whom were buried in the church. Pope Zacharias was one of them.
    Pope Cyril VI of Alexandria used to pray in the church before assuming papacy. According to tradition, the church was one of the resting places of the Holy Family during their sojourn in Egypt, as well as the location from which Peter sent his epistle. Saints Sergius and Bacchus Church
    Saints Sergius and Bacchus Church is traditionally believed to have been built on the spot where the Holy Family, Joseph, Mary and the infant Jesus Christ, rested at the end of their journey into Egypt. They may have lived here while Joseph worked at the fortress.
    The church is of significant historical importance, and in fact, it is where many patriarchs of the Coptic Church were elected. The first to be elected here was Patriarch Isaac (681-692).
    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.
    Meals: Breakfast
  • Experience
    • Highlights
    • 01 Welcome to Egypt
      02 Sakkara Necropolis – Memphis Open air Museum
      03 The Pyramids – Great Sphinx – The Grand Egyptian Museum
      04 Drive from Cairo to Alexandria
      05 Qait Bay – Catacombs – Pompai Pillar
      06 Royal Jewelry Museum – Roman Amphitheater – Back to Cairo
      07 Cairo Citadel – Sultan Hassan Madrasa – Refaii Mosque
      08 Fly to Aswan – Phiale Temples – High Dam – Unfinished Obelisk – Nubia
      09 Abu Simbel temples – Kom Ombo Temples
      10 Edfu Temple – Luxor temple – Karnak Sound and light show
      11 Valley of the kings – Hatshepsut Temple – Memnon Colossi – Karnak temples
      12 Hot air balloon – Luxor Museum – Mummification Museum
      13 Fly back to Cairo – Khan El Khalili
      14 The Egyptian Museum – Coptic Cairo – Good bye dinner cruise
      15 Final Departure
    • Includes
    • Arrival / departure assistance
      07 nights’ accommodation in a 5 stars luxury hotel in Cairo on Bed and breakfast basis.
      02 nights’ accommodation in a 5 stars luxury hotel in Alexandria on Bed and breakfast basis.
      03 nights’ accommodation in board of a 5 stars luxury Nile Cruise on full board basis. (3 meals included).
      02 nights` accommodation in a 5 stars luxury hotel in Luxor on Bed and breakfast basis.
      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 / Aswan / Luxor /Cairo.
    • International airfares.
      Egypt entry Visa.
      Tipping for guides, driver, Nile cruise crew, etc…
      Personal expenses (laundry, telephone calls, etc.

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