Tour Code: 166 Tour Type: Standard
4 Nights,5 Days
Minimum person: 2
Maximum person: 40
Visa Asst: N/A
Payment method: Online/EMI/Bank/COD/Card
Help line: 09666770066
Location: Cairo, Luxor
Domestic Flight Cairo
03 Nights in Cairo in Hotels. 01 Nights In Luxor Hotel. Domestic Flight Cairo – Luxor – Cairo. All visits by Professional guide with entrance fees. All transfers on the road by Private A/C modern Mini Van for individuals and A/C modern. Assistance &Meet by our professional tour leader.
International Flights. Personal items. Tipping. Any other items not mentioned. Any Optional tours. Any meals not stated on the itinerary. Visa Entry for Egypt.
♦ Arrival in Cairo international airport, Meet & Assist at the airport and After going through Immigration, Baggage Claim and Customs, Lunch on way to hotel. ♦ After lunch transfer to the hotel , at night sound & light show then back to hotel for dinner and over night. ♦ Meals - Lunch – Dinner.
Giza Pyramids, Mysterious statue of a Pharaoh’s head, Egyptian Museum
♦ After breakfast, proceed to visit Giza Pyramids the only survivor of the 7-ancient wonders of the world. ♦ The Sphinx the mysterious statue of a Pharaoh’s head with lion body. ♦ Then proceed to visit Egyptian Museum where 100,000 relics and antiquities from almost every period of ancient Egyptian history Thereafter, In the evening there is Nile cruise Dinner, which lasts for 2 hours, sailing on the Nile with Folkloric Shows and Belly Dancers. ♦ At the end of this cruise you will be driven back to your hotel. ♦ Meals - Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner.
Temple of Karnak and Temple of Luxor, southern temple
♦ Breakfast In Hotel Then Transfer To Cairo Airport for your short flight to Luxor , Arrive Luxor Transfer To Your Hotel then start your day tour with visiting the Temple of Karnak and Temple of Luxor, the southern temple dedicated to Amon. ♦ It was known to the ancient Egyptians as Ipet Reseyet, the Hareem of the South. ♦ Back To Hotel, Over night. ♦ Meals - Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner.
Valley of the Kings, Queen Hatshepsut and Colossi Memnon, Amenhotep 3 funerary temple
♦ Breakfast in Hotel then Across the West Bank, visit Valley of the Kings – these tombs by order of the king of the New Kingdom were carved in the rock-faces of the valley to safeguard them against tombraider. ♦ Visit the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut and the Colossi Memnon, the only remains of Amenhotep 3 funerary temple. ♦ Then transfer to Luxor Airport for your short flight to Cairo , arrive Cairo transfer To Hotel , over Night. ♦ Meals - Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner.
♦ Morning after breakfast, free at own leisure till transfer to the airport for your departure flight back Home. ♦ Meals - Breakfast.
First, the drawbacks: Cairo’s crowds make Manhattan look like a ghost
town, papyrus sellers and would-be guides hound you at every turn, and
your snot will run black from the smog. But it’s a small price to pay to
tap into the energy of the place Egyptians call Umm ad-Dunya – the
Mother of the World. This urban buzz is a product of 22-or-so million
inhabitants simultaneously crushing the city’s infrastructure under
their collective weight and lifting its spirit up with their exceptional
charm and humor. One taxi ride can pass resplendent mosques, grand
avenues, and 19th-century palaces, with a far away view of the pyramids
of Giza. A caked-on layer of beige sand unifies the mix of eras and
styles. Blow your nose, crack a joke and look through the dirt to see
the city’s true colors. If you love Cairo, it will definitely love you
Luxor is often called the world’s greatest open-air museum, but that comes nowhere near describing this extraordinary place. Nothing in the world compares to the scale and grandeur of the monuments that have survived from ancient Thebes. The setting is breathtakingly beautiful, the Nile flowing between the modern city and west-bank necropolis, backed by the enigmatic Theban escarpment. Scattered across the landscape is an embarrassment of riches, from the temples of Karnak and Luxor in the east to the many tombs and temples on the west bank. Thebes’ wealth and power, legendary in antiquity, began to lure Western travellers from the end of the 18th century. Depending on the political situation, today’s traveller might be alone at the sights, or be surrounded by coachloads of tourists. Whichever it is, a little planning will help you get the most from the magic of the Theban landscape and its unparalleled archaeological heritage.
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