Egypt Tourism

Egypt Tourism

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Day 1 : Cairo
Arrival at Cairo International Airport, greeted by our representative who will assist the group through immigration and customs formalities.
Transfer by our deluxe coach to your hotel for check-in and overnight.
Day 2 : Cairo
Full day visit of the Great Pyramids of Giza, Sphinx, the Egyptian Museum and Khan El Khalili Bazaars.
Overnight at hotel in Cairo
Day 3 : Cairo/Aswan/Nile Cruise
Check-out after breakfast, depart to Cairo Domestic Airport for flight Cairo/Aswan
Arrival at Aswan Airport, greeted by our representative and transfer to Nile cruise for check-in.
Visit the Philae Temple, High Dam and unfinished Obelisque.
Overnight in Aswan.
Day 4 : Nile Cruise
Sail to Kom Ombo, visit Kom Ombo Temple.
Sail to Edfu and visit Edfu Temple.
Sail to Luxor.
Day 5 : Nile Cruise
A.M. Visit Valley of Kings, Queen Hatchepsut Temple and Colossi of Memnon.
P.M. Visit Karnak Temple, and Luxor Temple.
Overnight on cruise board.
Day 6 : Nile Cruise/Luxor/Cairo
Check-out after breakfast.
Transfer to Luxor airport to take flight Luxor / Cairo.
Arrival Cairo Domestic Airport, greeted, assistance by our representative and transfer to hotel for check-in.
Rest of day at leisure.
Overnight at hotel.
Day 7 : Cairo/Final departure
Check-out after breakfast, transfer to Cairo International Airport for final departure.

Egypt visting 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.
Nile Cruise/Luxor/Cairo visting places:
The Cairo-to-Luxor section of the mighty River Nile has reopened to cruise ships after a 15-year ban put in place due to concern over water levels. Until recently it was only possible to cruise along the Upper Nile, between Luxor and Aswan; but now travellers can embark on an extended adventure.
Discover Egypt's 14-night journey on board the 30-cabin Alexander the Great takes passengers from Cairo to Luxor via Aswan (and vice versa), with excursions to some of the country's best sights.
Before boarding the luxury vessel, guests have time to explore Cairo, visiting Ancient Egypt's iconic landmarks, The Great Pyramid, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the Sphinx. A trip to the Egyptian Museum gives guests the chance to read up on the fascinating history of the capital.
The ship then sets sail down the Nile, stopping at the white limestone temple at Abydos, built by Seti I, and finished by his son, Rameses II; the tombs of Beni Hasan, which date back 2,000 years BC; and Denderah Temple, a site for chapels and shrines. At the West Bank, passengers alight to see the Valley of the Kings, lined with tombs and chambers built for Egypt's great pharaohs; the Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, dedicated to the sun god Ra; and the Colossi of Memnon, where two twin statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III stand.
Agatha Christie fans will be delighted to visit the Karnak complex, where the Temple of Amun was used as a location in Death on the Nile (Linnet was almost killed here by a falling boulder). An optional day trip (by coach or air) takes guests to the UNESCO World Heritage Site Abu Simbel, and the Great 



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