Discover Egypt Tour Duration: 7 Nights / 8 Days

Discover Egypt Tour Duration: 7 Nights / 8 Days

Market Price
Rs. 40688
Rs. 34178


All transfers (Cairo, Aswan and Luxor) by air conditioned vehicle.

02 nights accommodation in hotel in Cairo on Bed & breakfast basis.

Full day tour Cairo: Pyramids, Sphinx & Egyptian Museum.

Half day tour Cairo: Coptic Cairo & Khan – el – Khalili Bazaars.

01 night sleeper train from Cairo to Aswan on Half board basis.

01 night sleeper train from Luxor to Cairo on Half board basis.

03 nights Cruise on Full board basis including all sightseeing tours as indicated: Aswan, Kom Ombo Temple, Edfu Temple, Luxor.

xcellent English Speaking Guide during sightseeing tour.


Egypt tourist visa.


Tips for drivers, guides, representatives, hotel,

Nile Cruise etc. Drinks, Beverages & Mineral water during all the meals.

Any Personal expenses.

ntrance fee inside the great Pyramid (USD 19.00 per person).

Solar Boat in Pyramids area (USD 8.00 per person).

Entrance fee inside the Mummies room in the Egyptian Museum (USD 19.00 per person).

Any other services not mentioned in the package.

Service Tax 3.09%.

mportant Note:

Majority of Nile Cruises sail from Aswan to Luxor on either Monday or Friday.

Sleeper Train has no Policy of triple sharing. Meals, on board train and cruise would be International Food.

Egypt Tour places

Egypt is famous for its ancient civilization and some of the world’s most famous monuments, including the Giza pyramids, the Great Sphinx and the ancient temples of Luxor dating back thousands of years. Although focus of most tourist visits remains the great monuments along the Nile, possibilities for Egyptian travel also includes snorkeling and diving along the Red Sea coast. Other tourist attractions in Egypt include camel trips into the mountains of Sinai, tours to remote oases or visits to the Coptic monasteries of the Eastern Desert.


Built between 876 and 879 AD, the Mosque of Ibn Tulun is one of the oldest mosques in Cairo. It was commissioned by Ahmad ibn Ţūlūn, the Abbassid governor of Egypt. The mosque is constructed around a courtyard, with one covered hall on each of the four sides. The minaret, which features a helical outer staircase similar to that of the famous minaret in Samarra, was probably built several centuries later. Parts of the James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me were filmed at the Mosque of Ibn Tulun.

Located in the Libyan Desert, Siwa Oasis is one of Egypt’s isolated settlements, with 23,000 people, mostly ethnic Berbers. Located on an old date trade route, Siwa was an oasis vital to the trade route, as the natural springs and shade giving palm trees gave travelers respite from the desert. With the collapse of the Roman Empire, Siwa began its decline. In recent decades tourism has become a vital source of income. Much attention has been given to creating hotels that use local materials and play on local styles.


Home to at least 120,000 items of ancient Egyptian antiquities, the Egyptian Museum is one of Cairo’s top attraction. There are two main floors of the museum, the ground floor and the first floor. On the ground floor there is an extensive collection of papyrus and coins used in by the ancient Egyptians. On the first floor there are artifacts from the final two dynasties of Ancient Egypt and also many artifacts taken from the Valley of the Kings. Highlights include the objects from the Tomb of Tutankhamen and the Royal Mummy Room containing 27 royal mummies from pharaonic times.


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