Cairo, Luxor & Aswan 8 days \ 7 nights

As The Pharaohs Go Marching On
Price 2155
Duration 8 Days
Run
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cairo luxor aswan 7 nights 8 days

Overview Tour

Ancient Egypt is always a mystery that has its own way of attraction.


We’ll take you through these mysteries by a journey between the best Egyptian sites.


Start in Cairo and visit the Pyramids of Giza, then move between Luxor & Aswan, with all the temples and monuments.


Be a witness of the glorious Abu Simbel Temple, and know its magical secret.


Included

  • Meet and assist by our representatives in all Egypt’s airports.
  • 3 nights accommodation in Cairo with breakfast.
  • 2 nights accommodation in Luxor with breakfast.
  • 2 nights accommodation in Aswan with breakfast.
  • All transfers in Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan.
  • Full day tour in Cairo with an Egyptologist tour guide, including lunch.
  • All visits with an Egyptologist tour guide, as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Domestic flight tickets. (CAI/LXR – ASW/CAI).
  • Round trip by bus to Abu Simbel as per program.
  • English Tour guide for all visits.
  • 30 minutes of local calling sim card during your stay in Egypt.
  • One small bottle of water per day during tours.

Excluded

  • International Airfare.
  • Entry visas to Egypt. (it can be issued on the spot at the Airport for some nationalities, Not All).
  • Any visit or service not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Any kind of tips (guide, representative, drivers, etc).
  • Extra drinks and meals are not mentioned.
  • Personal expenses.
  • Any optional tours.
  • Entry inside the Pyramids, solar boat, tombs not mentioned or with extra fees.

Itinerary

   

Welcome to Cairo. At the Airport, you’ll find one of our representatives waiting and ready to offer you all kinds of help at passport control.

Then you’ll be transported to the hotel, check-in, and have a good night.

   

Good morning, have your breakfast, and get ready for an unforgettable experience.

As an introduction to the Pharaoh's world, visit The Egyptian Museum , and walk between 100.000 pieces of antiquities, exposed there to give you a brief about their quotidian life. And for the best museum experience, you should go into the Tut Ankh Amen section and enjoy a priceless treasure.

You’ll be heading to visit The Great Pyramids of Giza ; they are seen from miles away. These mega structures belong to Cheops, Chephren, and Mycerinus as their tombs and their gate to the afterlife. Guarded by the Sphinx.

Conclude your day by a walking tour through Khan El Khalili open market, where you can buy some souvenirs and gifts for your family and friends back home.

Lunch en route.

Enough for today, but we still have more; back to the hotel, get rested, and have sweet dreams.

   

Good morning, take your breakfast, and then you’ll be transported to Cairo Airport to take a flight to Luxor.

Upon arrival, you’ll visit Karnak Temple , walk between 134 columns, forming a maze. This temple was built during 2000 years; several kings added something to it, starting with Senusret I in the Middle Kingdom, and continued into the Ptolemaic period.

Then visit Luxor Temple, founded in 1400 BC by King Amenophis II and King Ramses II, dedicated to Kingship rejuvenation.

Then you’ll be transported to the hotel, check-in and have some rest.

You’ll have a free afternoon to discover Luxor city by yourself.

Back to the hotel, and have a good night.

   

Wake up; it’s another sunny day to enjoy, have a good breakfast, and get ready for today’s explorations.

You’ll be transported to the west bank of the Nile, where you’ll have a full day tour between its attractions.

The Valley Of The Kings, where tombs are lined up shining on both sides. These are some masterpieces of some Kings from the new kingdom; you can go inside three of these tombs. ( Tutankhamun tomb is excluded)

The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut ; spectacular location beneath the cliffs at Deir el-Bahari with an amazing design made by Snemout, the Queen’s special chancellor.

The Two Colossi of Memnon; they are two massive stone statues of the pharaoh Amenophis III, who reigned in Egypt during the Eighteenth Dynasty.

Back to the hotel for a good meal and some rest.

Then you’ll have another free afternoon to explore the city like a local.

As an optional tour, you can visit the Luxor Museum, where you’ll find some well-preserved mummies of Kings Ahmos I and Ramses I.

Back to the hotel, and spend the night.

   

After breakfast, you’ll take on the road to Aswan , but you’ll have some stops on the way before arriving at the final destination.

Edfu Temple , where god Horus is taking place, with the symbol of a falcon, was built in the Ptolemaic Kingdom between 237 and 57 BCE.

Then visit Kom Ombo Temple, dedicated to two gods, Sobek, the crocodile, and the falcon god Haroeris.

After these two stops, continue toward Aswan, where you’ll spend the night after checking-in at the hotel.

   

Charge your energy by a good breakfast in the morning.

You’ll be on a day trip to visit the best of King Ramses II , Abu Simbel Temples, and city. He built two temples, one for him to be worshipped as an eternal god, and the small one for his favorite wife, Nefertari. These temples were about to sink due to the Nile water level increasing, but UNESCO had launched a saving campaign, and it had been moved to a safe location.

It was a breathtaking day; take a break. Have a good night.

   

Good morning, have your breakfast, then check-out from the hotel.

Today you will visit a modern building, The High Dam; it was built in the early sixties to protect from Nile floods and produce electricity, with a large reservoir behind it, Lake Nasser, the largest artificial lake in the world.

Then visiting Philae Temple , was also saved by UNESCO from Nile water, it had been moved to Agilkia island. This Temple is dedicated to the goddess Isis.

You’ll be transported to Aswan Airport and take a flight back to Cairo.

Transfer to the hotel, check-in, and spend the night.

   

After breakfast and check-out, you’ll be transported to Cairo International Airport to catch your flight back home.

Egypt is always hosting, and you’re always welcome to visit again.

Accommodation Plan:

Hotels
semiramis Semiramis
movenpick aswan Movenpick Aswan
hilton luxor Hilton Luxor
Prices
$ 3015 Per Person in Single Room
$ 2155 Per Person in Double Room
$ 2135 Per Person in Trible Room
Children Policy

Child under 06 years old will be charged by 25% of the adult total package rate Under from 06 – 11.99 years old will be charged by 50% of the adult total package rate All children of 12 years or older are considered adults and will be charged with a full package rate.


If your tour package includes flights, an extra supplement for your child may apply.

Cancellation Policy

Any cancellation should be sent toTripidays Egy Tours by email, also an acknowledge email should be resent from Tripidays to the clients reconfirming receiving the cancellation and the following cancellation fees will be applied on the total package price:


From 45 to 30 days before your arrival, 25% of the total package price will be charged.

From 29 to 15 days before your arrival, 50% of the total package price will be charged.

From 14 to 07 days before your arrival, 75% of the total package price will be charged.

From 06 days and less, 100% of the total package price will be charged.


All cancelation conditions will be changed during Christmas, New Year & Easter periods


All domestic flight canceled within your program will be subject to the airline cancellation policy

Payment Policy

Reservations should be made as early as possible to book the requested holiday. The confirmed tour will be secured upon receiving a deposit of 25% of the full price. The deposit will be increased to be 50% during Christmas, New Year, and Easter holidays and all packages including flight issues. This deposit will be a part of your final payment. Deposits can be made by bank wire transfer or paid using a credit card (Visa or MasterCard). The rest of the full payment should be paid within 7 days from receiving your booking confirmation.

Tipping
Tipping is a personal expression of your satisfaction with services received from your representative, guide, hotel, cruise, transportations. The staff will greatly appreciate this.
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