Egypt Tour Package (7N/8D)

Egypt Tour Package (7N/8D)

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Package Inclusions:

  • Daily breakfast
  • 03 nights accommodation in Cairo on bed and breakfast basis (standard room).
  • 04 nights accommodation on board of Nile cruise on full board basis (standard cabin)
  • Sightseeing tours as mentioned in the program including transportation by our deluxe coach, entrance fees and qualified English-speaking guide.
  • All Transfers in Cairo, Luxor, Aswan (apt /hotel-cruise and v.v)

Package Exclusions:

  • Entry visa of Egypt
  • Any Airfare
  • Lunch during the sightseeing tour in Cairo.
  • Entrance inside the Pyramids and visit of the Solar Boat in the Pyramids area.
  • Entrance of the Mummies room at the Egyptian Museum.
  • Beverage during meals.
  • Walk Talky at Egyptian museum US$ 2 P.P obligatory ( starting from 5 pax)
  • Tips (not obligatory, but highly expected).
  • Applicable Peak Season, Christmas, New year surcharges
  • Items of Personal Nature
  • Travel Insurance
  • Service tax extra @ 3.09% is applicable
  • Anything not mentioned above

Egypt:The primary mission of the French orientalists who accompanied the Expedition was to create bridges of understanding and cordiality between the Egyptian people and the French invaders presenting translations of the French leadership instructions understandable by common people. There interests not only included the ancient pharaonic culture and monuments, but the contemporary Arabic culture, as well as the animals, vegetation and geology of Egypt


Most visited places in Egypt:


                     Egypt’s second largest city feels as Mediterranean and cosmopolitan as Marseille or Athens. Known for its époque buildings and grand squares it was once a very fashionable city. Although it charms have faded a little, it still has plenty of interesting places to visit. For peace and quiet head for the regal Montazah Palace Gardens or for your history and architecture fix try Citadel of Qaitbay, an impressive looking 15th century fortress. Alternatively choose one of the many antique coffee houses and sip coffee and puff on a water pipe while looking out over the Mediterranean sea.


Cairo:Once you get over the chaos, the culture shock and in-your-face touts, this city is a traveller’s dream. History fans will also be in their element here with age old traditions perfectly preserved in every corner of the city. Of course there’s also an endless supply of ancient temples, tombs, churches, monuments and the museums to explore. Don’t leave without visiting the famous Khan el-Khalili souk or other street markets, especially if you feel the need to stock up on everything from exotic looking carpets to brass trinkets.


 Mount Sinai:

                     If you stay in the Cairo area this will be a 1-2 day trip for you. Although I would say Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula is definitely worth the journey and has a different feel to the rest of Egypt. Mount Sinai is a popular attraction in this area. It has huge religious significance having been mentioned many times in the book of Exodus, the bible and the Quran. In Christianity it’s the place where where Moses received the Ten Commandments. Hiking this holy mountain is a popular activity and many even choose to hike through the night or stay in a lodge to wake early (2 or 3am) and watch a sunrise of biblical proportions.



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