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Egyptian pharaohs

The most influential individuals in antiquated Egypt were the Egyptian pharaohs. They administered over the nation and its kin with iron clench hands and were viewed as divine beings by their subjects. In any case, how was it really to manage as a pharaoh? How did they filthiness?

In this blog entry, we will investigate the existences of these entrancing individuals and see what it was truly similar to be a pharaoh in old Egypt and prescribe places during our Egypt tours to visit the burial chambers of pharaohs.


One of the most well-known female pharaohs in history was Hatshepsut. She was the queen after the passing of her husband Thutmose II. She was the daughter of Thutmose I and Queen Ahmose. Throughout the course of her more than 20-year reign, Hatshepsut erected several temples and monuments. She was a very effective monarch who is recognised for her sagacity and intelligence. On Luxor day tours, see the magnificent temple to learn more about Hatshepsut's historical background.

Thutmose III

Thutmose is regarded as one of the most successful pharaohs in Egyptian history and controlled Egypt for more than fifty years.

He began his reign as a co-regent with his stepmother Hatshepsut and oversaw the completion of many of her ambitious building projects. After her death, he embarked on a series of military campaigns that expanded Egypt's empire into Asia, making him one of the great rulers in the ancient world.

Thutmose III was an accomplished warrior and builder, but he is perhaps best known for his religious innovations. He presided over the construction of many new temples and shrines and sponsored the translation of religious texts into Egyptian hieroglyphs. His reign marked a period of increased religious tolerance in Egypt, and he is revered as a great pharaoh by both Egyptians and modern historians. If you are eager to learn more secrets about his life and war history, you can book a day trip to Luxor west bank to enjoy seeing all this beauty in nature.

Ramses II

Egypt's third pharaoh of the 19th dynasty was Ramses II. He is frequently recognized as the most illustrious, renowned pharaoh to rule the Egyptian Empire. His reign lasted for 67 years, during which time he led several military expeditions and built many monuments, including the Great Sphinx at Giza and the Abu Simbel temples in Nubia. He also fathered more than 160 children. During your tour in luxor temple you will see Ramses statue and discover many secrets about his life. It will be an amazing Egypt day tours.

Amenhotep III

The ninth ruler of the Eighteenth Dynasty was Amenhotep III. He ruled Egypt for approximately 37 years and died in 1353/2 BCE. During his reign, Amenhotep III oversaw the construction of many large monuments, including statues of himself and his family, temples, obelisks, and a massive mortuary complex known as the Great Temple of Amun at Karnak. He also initiated diplomatic relations with foreign powers such as the Mitanni Kingdom and Assyria.

During Amenhotep III's rule, Egypt experienced great wealth. In addition to overseeing numerous construction projects, he also increased trade with other countries and brought back many valuable items and resources. He was a generous ruler who provided food and shelter for the poor, built hospitals, and helped those who were sick or injured. Amenhotep III was known for his love of art and music, and he encouraged these pursuits in others. He was also considered a great warrior-pharaoh, leading successful campaigns against Nubia and Libya.

There is also the tomb of Amenhotep III in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor. Check our Your Egypt tours blogs to get updated all the time about our tours in this great destination.

At the end of his life, Amenhotep III suffered from ill health. He passed away in 1353/2 BCE after ruling Egypt for nearly four decades. His legacy includes numerous monuments that attest to his power and wealth, as well as a reputation as a fair and just ruler who cared for his people.


King Tutankhamun, also popularly referred to as "King Tut," was a pharaoh of Egypt who reigned from 1332 to 1323 BC. He was a member of the 18th dynasty and ascended to the throne at the age of nine. His reign was relatively short-lived and was characterized by a lack of major accomplishments.

If you’re interested in learning more about King Tut and ancient Egypt, Check out our Egypt classic tours offer. The era of the ancient Egyptian pharaohs was a great era for Egypt. The great pharaohs were the masters of the world at this time, and Egypt was one of the most advanced countries in all sciences and arts. Ancient Egyptian pharaohs dazzled the world with their intelligence. So your Egypt Tours provides online booking for all Egypt tours to discover the great Egyptian pharaohs.

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Egypt has many historical sites that you can visit and enjoy. Each tour is different and unique. If you go on a Nile cruise, you can visit Abu Simbel, Aswan, and Luxor in the South and enjoy the temples, tombs, and the treasures of the Nile. In the North, enjoy the Pyramids of Giza, The Egyptian Museum, Sakkara. Mosques, churches in Cairo, and many landmarks located in the city of Alexandria. On the East, Enjoy a beach tour for diving, snorkeling, and swimming in the Red sea. Every city has its charm, history, and flavor where you can do many tours and activities.

Your Egypt Tours is one of the leading and pioneer travel agencies in the Egyptian tourism industry. We offer very special care and personal touch to our clients making them feel at home with their family. Great and high-quality service to ensure that your trip with us is one of a lifetime. In addition, the commonly known reasons such as our customers’ feedback and testimonials, competitive prices - excellent customer service, punctuality and. Most important of all, our customers safety and enjoying every minute in your trip are our priorities. With us, you are in a safe hand.

It usually varies according to the type of tourist trip in Egypt, but the average cost for spending one week in Egypt is 1600 USD including visiting alot of tombs and temples and sailing on a 4 or 5 stars Nile cruise.

Don't drink the tap water - it is highly chlorinated. However, with enough time in Egypt, you could potentially grow accustomed to the water. This doesn't mean that the tap water is polluted, it simply means that you are not used to it, and you might get stomach problems. This happened to most people when they visit a country for the first time. They were simply not used to water there. It's a similar situation here. It is advisable to drink Bottled water during your entire holiday. That is why it is strongly advisable that you don't drink the tap water, and use it only for washing and brushing your teeth.

Enjoy Egypt Tours From September until March. It is the perfect time when the weather is good and mild. From September until mid-November, when it is very nice and the temperatures are pleasant for all activities - around 25 C to 15 C. mid-Nov until the end of February is wintertime when temperatures during the day are around 12 or 15 C, and at night can drop to about 7 or 8 C. In March and April, the weather is still so nice and travelers can enjoy the Easter vacation. From May to September is the summer season. Spending summertime in a desert climate does not appeal to most travelers. Average daytime temperatures hover in the high 80s and low to mid-90s, although they can jump up into three digits in the South as in Luxor and Aswan. Summer is really hot here, prices go down and it is a good chance for travelers with a tight budget.

It is usually hot and sunny. winter falls between November and January, and the peak of the summer months is between June and August. Winters are generally mild, although temperatures can fall below 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 degrees Celsius) at night. In the Western Desert. Cairo and areas of the Nile Delta may experience a few rainy days during winter. Summers can be unbearably hot, especially in the desert and other areas of the country's interior. In Cairo, average summer temperatures regularly exceed 86 degrees Fahrenheit (30 degrees Celsius), while the record high for Luxor and Aswan, popular tourist destinations on the banks of the River Nile, is 110 degrees Fahrenheit (45 degrees Celsius).

Safety and security are our first and foremost concerns! Egypt is a very safe country with a low crime rate. Now with the coronavirus outbreak, accommodations and sightseeing nationwide have finalized sterilization and disinfection in light of the Egyptian government's efforts to implement precautionary measures against the COVID-19. In addition, our company has followed the same procedures to make all our staff, guides, and drivers are well-trained with the current events to prevent and stop the spread of this outbreak. Traveling the world is a joyful experience and we want to do our part to keep the anticipation stress-free.

There are many things to do in Egypt during your visit depending on your interests and character. Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor, and Aswan Nile cruise must be your first priority if you are a history and culture lover. You must visit the pyramids of Giza, enjoy a Nile cruise between Luxor and Aswan and enjoy visiting the most important tourist attractions in Luxor and Aswan. You can visit the city of Hurghada, Marsa Alam, or Sharm el-Sheikh Red Sea for relaxation and enjoy many activities there such as diving, snorkeling, sunbathing, or swimming. You may like to go on a safari trip in the western desert if you are an adventurer. Many other activities are available in every single Egyptian city

The high season for tourism is all year with winter and spring being peak season for cultural travels with lots of sightseeing. Weather in Egypt is perfect for many kinds of tourism, and if coming in June, July, and August, head for the seaside resorts. Those months are very warm with temperatures that can reach around 45C. and the humidity is about 70 to 80%, but it is bearable with the sea and large swimming pools nearby. So the period of the high summer season is also a bit busy as hotels fill up with tourists from all over the world looking for a bargain, lots of sunshine, diving, snorkeling, etc. It is also a primary vacation time in Europe. If you come in the deep summer season you can still enjoy it because you can always sightsee early in the morning and go again at night when the sunsets. You will definitely need good sunscreen and a lot of liquids to drink with a nice hat on your head. Summer is a good time for people looking for good rates in accommodation and other services.

Egypt is a Muslim country and the dress code is towards the conservative side, especially for women. That being said, we are used to seeing travelers from all over the world. My suggestion would be to wear light clothes and not to wear short shorts, short skirts and alike to avoid the occasional unwanted stare. But it's really up to you. When you visit religious places (synagogues, churches, and mosques) you do need to cover your shoulders and wear over the knee dresses, if you are planning to wear one of course. If you plan to attend the Nile dinner cruise, there is no need for formal wear unless you want to make that night a special night! Also, you will be sharing this experience with other travelers so you can dress however you feel most comfortable.

You can get your visa when you arrive at Cairo Airport. It is an easy process for USA, UK, Canadian, Australian and European citizens. The visa is simply a stamp (like a mail or postage stamp) that you buy from the visa office, at the port of entry just before the immigration booth. The visa will cost you $25 US Dollars and after buying it; you just stick it on any empty page on your passport. Once you have bought your visa you then stand in line to get your passport stamped by the immigration officer. You can also apply for E-Visa via the official electronic visa portal:

Your Egypt Tours travel agency recommends two weeks so that you can enjoy the temples and tombs of Luxor and Aswan, explore the sights of Cairo, and relax in the Red Sea islands and nature reserves.

There are many Nile cruises. Not to name one but your choice depends on many things to put in mind such as the number of nights you want to spend on the cruiser, your budget, and the standard of the Nile cruise. We recommend you choose a 5-star luxury Nile cruise, and if you are looking for a private Nile River cruise you can choose Dahabiya cruises, it is only for the small-group tour, about 15 people. Most cruises have. There is another way of cruising the Nile, which is the Felucca boat. It is traditional and charming but it is cheap as long as it will be ok to sleep on the deck exposed to mosquitos and most of these boats do not have a toilet

The best time to visit Egypt is generally from October to April where it is suitable for outdoor activities and sightseeing.

Egypt travel usually have guided tours to archaeological sites, museums, and historical landmarks. Also have optional activities may include hot air balloon rides over Luxor, snorkeling in the Red Sea, or desert safaris.

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