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Egypt Must see sites (Cairo & Luxor) 7 Days / 6 Nights tour
Egypt Must see sites (Cairo & Luxor) 7 Days / 6 Nights tour
Egypt Must see sites (Cairo & Luxor) 7 Days / 6 Nights tour
Egypt Must see sites (Cairo & Luxor) 7 Days / 6 Nights tour
Egypt Must see sites (Cairo & Luxor) 7 Days / 6 Nights tour
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Get excited by the unique holidays where you can discover the Great Pyramids of Giza and ancient monuments in Luxor. With Your Egypt Tours you have much more to enjoy.

Day 1:
Upon arrival at Cairo International Airport, you will be met and assisted by Your Egypt Tours representative who will help you during passport control, luggage area and customs formalities. Then you will be transferred to your hotel in Cairo by a private air-conditioned vehicle for check in and overnight in Cairo

Day 2:
After breakfast in the hotel, Step back in time to the days of ancient Egypt on a fantastic tour of The three pyramids of Giza plateau one of the Seven Wonders of the World, built by rulers of the 4th Dynasty Cheops, Chephren, Mycerinus, Then proceed to visit the Sphinx, and The Granite Temple which belongs to the king Chephren, Thereafter drive to Memphis & Sakkara, one of the most exciting historical and archaeological areas in all over of Egypt. Visit the Step Pyramids of Sakkara, the world’s oldest major stone structure. It was built in the 3rd Dynasty for King Djoser. Then proceed to visit the Necropolis of Sakkara, and visit one of the Mastabas of the Nobles where Egyptian daily life activities are reflected on the walls of the Mastabas. After that transfer to Memphis which was founded by King Narmer, and was the first capital of the Ancient Kingdom of Upper and Lower Egypt, then Stop to see the Alabaster Sphinx and the remaining of two colossal statutes of Ramses II. (Optional tour) sound and light show of the pyramids.

Day 3:
After breakfast in the hotel, then proceed to visit Cairo’s famous Egyptian Museum houses 165,000 Egyptian artifacts, but the priceless treasures of King Tutankhamen are the highlights. His three gilded coffins dominate the main hall, while his magnificent death mask is the star attraction. Continuing to the ancient sites and culture of Coptic Christians, Visit Abu Serga where the Holy family sorts refuge, and Ben Ezra, one of the oldest synagogues in Cairo. Learn about Christian life in Egypt. And discover the Citadel of Salah el Din where Mohamed Ali Alabaster Mosque stays, continuing to Khan el Khalili Bazaars Enjoy free time to stroll through the maze of streets, Transfer to Giza train station for departure to Luxor by Sleeper train, and overnight on board.

Day 4:
Breakfast onboard train and then will be met and assisted by our REP who will transfer you to check in to you hotel, and then you will be taken to the West Bank of the river Nile to visit the two colossal statues (Colossi of Memnon), and then visit the Valley of the Kings, where the magnificent tombs discovered, Continue the tour to visit the Hatshepsut temple at El Deer El Bahary, this impressive temple dedicated to the Queen Hatshepsut, then back to your hotel, and overnight in Luxor. Enjoy an optional sound and light show at the Temple of Karnak.

Day 5:
After breakfast you will be accompanied by your guide to visit Karnak Temple, the largest place of worship ever built. Its ancient name Ipet-isut means “the most sacred of places.” The temple, or, more correctly, the complex of temples, was built over more than two thousand years by generation after generation of pharaohs. Within the complex, the great “Hypostyle Hall” is an incredible forest of giant pillars .Then you will be transferred to Luxor temple which built by Amenhotep III and Ramses II for ritual and festivals and dedicated to the god Amen, and then you will be transferred to Luxor train terminal take a sleeper train back to Cairo, dinner and overnight stay on board.

Day 6: Optional tour
Breakfast in a hotel, travel via air-conditioned modern vehicle to Alexandria where you can see Catacomb which dates back to the early Roman period. It was discovered in 1900 after they had been looking for it for about 12 years. Continue to Qayetbay citadel, situated on the entrance to Alexandria’s eastern harbor where the place was exact of the famous Lighthouse. Enjoy Alexandria library from outside. After that back your hotel in Cairo.

(Optional tour) Cairo nights; Egyptian Cultural Dinner Nile cruise and Show, overnight in Cairo.

Day 7:
Breakfast at hotel and check out from hotel, then transfer to Cairo International Airport for your final departure.


Egypt Must see sites (Cairo & Luxor) 7 Days / 6 Nights tour

Tour includes:

Meet & assist upon arrival and departure.
All transfers by an air-conditioned van.
Accommodation in Cairo for 2 nights at 4 star hotel including daily breakfast.
Accommodation in Luxor for 1 night at 4 star hotel including daily breakfast.
Accommodation on sleeper train for 2 nights on half board basis.
All sightseeing tours in Cairo& Luxor including Egyptologist guide, entrance fees & transfer by a modern air-conditioned van.
Portage when needed.
All taxes & service charge.

Tour does not include:

Entry visa to Egypt.
International flights
Any optional tours not mentioned in the itinerary.
Meals except where indicated.
Optional tours.

Important notes:

Prices are based on double occupancy. Also, prices are valid around the year except during Christmas, New Year & Easter Feasts. Moreover; rates could be changed without prior notice, shall the government increase taxes.

Number of persons 1 Person2-4 Persons 5-8 Persons 9-16 Persons17-35 Persons
Prices per person $1,399$899$799$699$599
  1. The title says everything. We chose Your Egypt Tour since our friend recommended it to us and it is a best choice for us. The online booking process is easy and they responded quickly. Payment is also easy. After arriving at the airport, their representative was already there waiting for you to take care of the custom and checking in to the hotels. We had the King Tut 7 days 6 nights tour. For the whole trip, we had the private car and Egyptologist guide. Our tour guides Mamdouh and Ash are excellent! The country is safe and people are friendly. We had no trouble walking around for dinners outside the hotels during the nights. Just ignore those who try hard to make deals with you when you walk around. They arranged everything smoothly for us and we need not worry about anything. Our trip includes sleeper train to Aswan and we found it comfortable. The temples of Ramses II at Abu Simbel are very impressive and it definitely worth the long car ride to the site. We were hesitating at the beginning whether go there or not since the ride is long. After seeing the sight, we knew we made the wise decision. The felucca cruise in Nile river is a nice experience for my three young kids even though my wife preferred sleeping at the 5-star Movenpick hotel and resort. Before we left for Egypt, our friends were concerned of the safety there. That was not a concern at all after we arrived. Transportations were all well arranged for us and we were accompanied by the tour guide everywhere we went. Their representative also took care of the departure forms and processes for you. I would definitely choose them again next time in Egypt.

  2. Oh, wow, indeed! Your Egypt Tours (YET) exceeded my wildest expectations for a flawless, impeccable, most enjoyable, and unforgettable tour of Egypt. I did a private, solo 8 days seven nights tour, and added Alexandria and Cairo day tours for two additional days.

    A friend of mine highly recommended me YET 2 years ago, he did the same types of tours. He told me that this company, the guides and everybody else were amazing. I followed his advice and booked with YET. This was the best decision I made! Both thumbs up for this company, every great thing I heard about it is confirmed and more! Everything was highest quality and rating as they were saying and advertising – the hotels, the ship, the vans they use for transportation, the food, the drivers, and…of course – the Egyptologist guides! The operations are complex to service a tourist and a lot of coordination is necessary. They deliver without any single hick up or wait! I am so thankful!

    Before I go through more details, I want to say that I felt safe and protected at every single second during my tour of Egypt. All my concerns and worries left me the minute I was in the YET hands, from when they met me in the airport. Everybody does everything necessary to provide safety and security – the drivers constantly being with the van and watching it, the guides who operate so well and smoothly in all crowded and diverse places that you simply follow them and that’s that. They give you great advice how to handle various places if you want to go on your own in the evening or early morning time.

    Mona Hamdy handled the booking process, answered all my questions thoroughly, gave me all the options and customized the tour to include everything I wanted. Everything was smooth and easy.

    One reviewer said the Airport service was a breeze. Indeed! Mohammad Ali met me right out of the plane and smoothly took me through the visa, passport, customs, process, to the new and air-conditioned van, straight to the wonderful hotel with great pyramid views. Now, the airport indeed is busy, and, if on your own, you would have harder time. But Mohammed made it easy, both on arrival and departure!

    I had two guides during my Egypt tour who made the essence of my trip – see the wonders of Egypt – most enjoyable and special. Mamdouh was my Egyptologist guide for the Cairo, Giza, Sakkara, Memphis, and Alexandria area. Ashraf was for Luxor-Edfu-Com Ombo-Aswan-Abu Simbel area and during the Nile cruise. Boy, were they wonderful! While my most generous compliments go to Mamdouh and Ash, I need to also compliment the owner of the company. He either chooses the best personalities and people for guides, brings the best experts, or provides extensive training! Either way, the result is that with YET I had the most professional, knowledgeable, cheerful, pleasant, tactful, personable guides I could ever imagine!

    Ash and Mamdouh are amazing – they walked all extra miles and did everything to provide amazing experience. One can’t help but feel really lucky having them as Egyptologist guides. Both tweaked the schedules when I asked if it was possible to visit other places or replace certain places. Ash treated me with a tasty lunch in Aswan and with a cake on my Birthday which was a great surprise. Mamdouh stopped in a special place in Alexandria to buy the most tasteful baklava and Egyptian deserts. I liked them so much, that he stopped again on return and bought me more!

    Their professionalism, their conduct, travel etiquette is impeccable and deserves highest remarks. They pick the pace of the tourist, easily adjust, sensing how much information and details are needed, they always point the most important; they are passionate and very knowledgeable. Everything seems easily achieved and on the tip of the fingers but make no mistake – it is easy because of their expertise. They are great conversationalists too – they connect with you and keep you engaged. It is never boring and never overwhelming with them – now that is art!

    Ash and Mamdouh are both most tactful persons you would meet. Some guides think that they need to talk all the time to the tourists to feel useful and provide value. This often tires the tourists, especially in long full day tours, depriving them of the opportunity to think, absorb, grasp the beauty and the marvel at the sites they visit. Ash and Mamdouh always gave me personal space exactly as much as I needed (are you guys psychologists?). During long drives, some guides talk endlessly with the driver, or on their phones, that again, can overwhelm tourists. I would get a headache if in such situation. I had 6+ hour drives with both of them for a single day: with Ash to Abu Simbel, and with Mamdouh – Alexandria. Neither of them did any such mistake. They tactfully kept silence when I wanted to rest. They talked only when related to the trip, quiet, and short exchanges. In general, they are excellent in attuning to the tourist’s needs and pace. This is amazing and is a skill that should not be taken for granted – it takes the right personality and years to develop it.

    In conclusion: I have the following advice for all of you who think visiting the incredible Egypt and getting an unforgettable experience: 1) Visit with a guided tour. Egypt is one of the countries where you do need a guide. Making on your own is very hard, take it from me who has no problem traveling solo and have driven on my own or with my family 50,000 km and visited about 800 cities and places in Europe, Asia, South and North America without guides. 2) Do book your tour with Your Egypt Tours, simply said, it is unique and the best in every sense of the word.