Egypt Tour Package

Egypt Tour Package

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Egypt Tour Package (6 Nights/7Days)
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Welcome To Egypt
Package INCLUDE:
- Economy-class airfare
- Departs Every Monday
- Economy Class Airfare from Hurghada to Cairo on Egypt Air
- Airport taxes as of date
- Cost of single entry Egypt visa
- Meet & assist services
- Roundtrip transfers in a private air-conditioned vehicles in Cairo, Aswan & Luxor
- Transfers from Luxor to Hurghada in air-conditioned vehicles
- Daily breakfast
- Any seasonal surcharges
- Any Expenses on personal nature
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Delhi Egypt Tour
Day 01- India - Alexandria
Our local representative who will escort you through the airport before transferring you by private air-conditioned vehicle to the hotel, Where you will be assisted for Check-in so you may proceed to your room. The evening is at leisure. Overnight in Alexandria.
Day 02 - Alexandria - Cairo
Transferred for your half day tour of Alexandria also known as the Pearl of the Mediterranean.
Day 03 - Cairo - Aswan
your full day tour of the Pyramids, Sphinx, Egyptian Museum and Khan El Khalili Bazaar. You will be transfer with local Egyptologist who will guide you for a Full day tour visit; Great Pyramids, Lord of the Sphinx, The Egyptian Museum & Khan El-Khalili Bazaar.
Day 04 - Aswan- Nile Cruise
Our representative and direct Transfer to your Nile Cruise to drop the luggage And proceed to visit High Dam: Located near Aswan, Later visit Philae Temple and Sail to Kom Ombo.
Day 05 - Nile Cruise
Today, Visit Edfu temple: Edfu was the 2nd Nome of Upper Egypt and the centre of the cult of a triad of Gods.
Day 06 - Nile Cruise
Proceed to visit the West bank including: Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut Temple, Colossi of Memnon, Karnak temple and Luxor temples.
Day 07 - Luxor - India
Spend some relaxed time before proceeding to the airport for your onward flight back home.


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Egypt's image of civilian governance has evaporated after yesterday's clashes, but the military said its actions headed off an even greater disaster.
An Egyptian child displays empty tear gas canisters among the debris of a protest camp in Nahda Square, near Cairo University in Giza, Cairo, Egypt, Thursday. Egypt faced a new phase of uncertainty on Thursday after the bloodiest day since its Arab Spring began, with over 300 people reported killed and thousands injured as police smashed two protest camps of supporters of the deposed Islamist president.
While the military oversaw cleanup of the smoldering debris at the site where thousands of supporters of the former President Mohamed Morsi had camped for a month and a half, and where more than 200 people were killed yesterday, the interim government began to deal with the repercussions of the crackdown.
Nobel laureate and interim deputy vice president Mohamed ElBaradei, who opposed a violent crackdown on the protesters, resigned yesterday, and US President Barack Obama interrupted his vacation to criticize Egypt's actions and announce the cancellation of joint military exercises. 
Egypt's government appeared to be losing the sheen of civilian credibility it had worked hard to project after the military deposed Mr. Morsi in response to massive protests against the former president.  
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“The unfortunate aspect of the June 30 protests and July 3 coup is that this was always a military push to assert its authority and basically rid any civilian competitors from challenging its power,” says Joshua Stacher, a professor and Egypt expert at Kent State University who recently published a book on autocratic rule in Egypt and Syria. 
But while that may not have been apparent to some a month and a half ago, it is now, he says. “It doesn't mater how many civilians they dress it up with, it's incredibly clear and naked now who's running the show in Cairo.”
Facing the consequences
Security forces attacked the two protest camps yesterday after weeks of warnings that they would forcibly clear them. The Ministry of Health said 638 people were killed in the operation and the ensuing wave of violence across the country, which included attacks by angry citizens on police stations and churches. The death toll is expected to rise further.
The interim president, Adly Mansour, today accepted the resignation of Mr. ElBaradei, who had been a key source of international credibility for the government. And President Obama, speaking from Massachusetts's Martha's Vineyard, announced that the biannual joint military exercises called Bright Star will be canceled and said his national security team would evaluate possible further action. US aid to Egypt (around $1.5 billion every year, most of it military aid) will still flow, at least for now. 


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