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Egypt Unveiled
Egypt Unveiled
Egypt Unveiled
Egypt Unveiled
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The god-kings, the relics and the monuments of Egypt still call us from across the ages. Traverse these historic wonders in all their splendor on this discovery journey, featuring visits to the magnificent pyramids and temples; a scenic, luxury Nile cruise stopping at Luxor and off-the-beaten-track Denderah, Edfu and Kom Ombo; and a sail around the Aswan Islands in a felucca.

Days 1-2: Cairo, Egypt
Arrive in Cairo, sprawling city of the pharaohs. Check in to your hotel amid lush gardens overlooking the Great Pyramids.

Day 3: Cairo
This afternoon, visit the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, where the treasures of Tutankhamun — and artifacts dating back to 4000 BC — reveal Egypt’s artistic and architectural heritage. View the Mummy Room, housing the remains of many kings and queens of Ancient Egypt, including Ramses II, Egypt’s longest ruling pharaoh.

Day 4: Cairo
Tour the Giza Plateau, site of the Pyramids of Mycerinus, Chefren and the Great Pyramid of Cheops, the only survivor of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Continue to the Solar Boat Museum, site of Cheops’ funerary boat, and the Great Sphinx, guardian of the royal tombs from the third millennium BC.

Day 5: Cairo/Luxor
Embark your cruise for Journey to the magnificent Temple of Karnack. Walk through the Great Hypostyle Hall, its massive, expertly aligned columns a sight to behold. After lunch, tour the Valley of the Kings, where over 60 magnificent tombs from the pharaohs of the New Kingdom are carved into desert rock. Explore the Temple of Hatshepsut, ancient Egypt’s first female pharaoh. You may also visit the Valley of the Queens (Biban el-Harim).

Day 6: Luxor/Denderah/Luxor
Cruise northward on a scenic route — far from the crowds and other ships — to the Temple of Hathor at Denderah, among the best-preserved temples in Egypt. View the hypostyle hall, its roof — featuring small shrines to Isis and Hathor — nearly intact. Explore the interior chambers and underground crypt among foundations dating from the time of Cheops. This afternoon, tour Luxor Temple, completed during the reign of Ramses II.

Day 7: Luxor/Edfu/Kom Ombo
Continue cruising to Edfu to the Temple of Horus, the falcon headed god. Built in 230 BC by Ptolemy III, this stunningly preserved structure reveals what temple worship in Ancient Egypt was like. Disembark at Kom Ombo (“hill of gold”) to visit the Greco-Roman temple dedicated to Haroeris (the sun god) and Sobek (the crocodile god). Crocodile once based on this stretch of Nile shore; several of their mummies are now on display.

Day 8: Kom Ombo/Aswan
This morning, cruise to Aswan and board a motorized boat for a short ride to Philae Temple on the island of Agilika, moved here and painstakingly reconstructed to avoid flooding when Aswan’s High Dam was built. Continue sightseeing at the famous granite quarries, site of the enormous Unfinished Obelisk — a monolith illustrating the extraordinary skills of Egypt’s stonemasons. End the day sailing around the Aswan islands in a felucca, a small sailboat (weather permitting).

Day 9: Aswan/Abu Simbel/Cairo
Leave your cruise and fly to Abu Simbel, site of the commanding temples of Ramses II and his wife Nefertari. The former’s façade is dominated by four enormous statues of the pharaoh. Afterward, return to Cairo for a leisurely afternoon.

Day 10: Cairo
After a relaxing morning, explore the Mosque and Madrasa of Sultan Hassan. Built in AD 1356, it is one of the largest in the Islamic world and among the finest examples of early Mamluk architecture. From here, walk from Bab el-Fotouh to Khan el-Khalili Bazaar, where stalls display spices, leather goods and jewelry. The street itself — running from the imposing, fortified Fotouh Gate to the Zuweila Gate — has hardly changed in centuries. Bargaining is expected, so prepare to negotiate. Gather for a farewell dinner this evening.

Day 11: Cairo
Board your international flight.

Egypt Unveiled

Meet & assist upon arrival and departure
Internal filghts (Cairo–Luxor-Aswan-Abu simbel-Cairo)
All transfers by a Private air-conditioned vehicle.
All Accommodations at 5 star hotel on B.B basis.
7 days 6 nights 5* deluxe Nile cruise.
Private English Egyptologist guide.
Entrance fees to all the mentioned sites.
All Service charges & taxes.

Gratuities (recommended).
Any extras not mentioned in the itinerary.
Entry visa to Egypt.
Personal expenses.
Optional tours.

Important notes:
this tour is available by a sleeper train instead of internal flights.
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.
You must have a valid passport to enter Egypt. (You must have at least 06 months of validity beyond your scheduled return date).

Pricing information:
Prices are listed as a guide only. For an exact price quote contact us
Child prices are not applicable, adult prices apply to all travelers.
Infants aged 2 years and under are free of charge, provided they do not occupy a seat
Prices are per person.
Our pricing is updated constantly to ensure you always receive the lowest price possible.

Number of persons1 Person2-4 Persons5-8 Persons9-16 Persons 17-35 Persons
Prices per person$3199$1999$1899$1799$1699
  1. The visit to Giza Pyramids and the museum was the highlight of Cairo.Our tour guide Ashraf Sayed at the Aswan dam at the beginning of our tour. Ash is a fantastic 40-year-old guide whose English is excellent and his knowledge of Egyptian history is astounding. We enjoyed visiting many temples in Luxor Ash is very open to discussions about culture, the economy, Egyptian and world politics and Egyptian lifestyle, which we really appreciated. Since
    The personalized service, constant desire of everyone to ensure your visit is great makes you feel incredibly welcome, safe and appreciated here in Egypt. To be honest, you probably have more chance of running into trouble at the Surrey Central sky train station than you do here in Egypt. It is safe. Come to Egypt, book a tour with Your Egypt Tours and ask for Ash to be your guide for the Aswan to Luxor portion of the trip – you will not be disappointed.