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Pharaohs & Pyramids
Pharaohs & Pyramids
Pharaohs & Pyramids
Pharaohs & Pyramids
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Tombs looming from a sandy expanse, monumental statues carved from desert rock and sites that open for you alone – experience these fascinating wonders and more during a comprehensive, escorted connoisseur’s journey. Take a seven-night cruise aboard YET’s lauded Nile cruise visiting off-the-beaten- path Abydos and Denderah, and experience a rare exploration of Nefertari’s final resting place.


Days 1-2:  Cairo, Egypt
Fly to Cairo, the heart of Egyptian contemporary culture and the gateway to the land’s ancient wonders. On arrival, transfer to your luxurious hotel.

Day 3: Cairo
Travel to 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. Here, the Great Sphinx — measuring 190 feet in length and 65 feet high — still stands as centurion over these magnificent royal tombs. This monumental landmark was carved out of a single piece of rock in the shape of a lion with a pharaoh’s head. Continue to the Solar Boat Museum to view the 142-foot-long funerary boat of Cheops, hailed as the single most important archaeological find in Egypt since the tomb of Tutankhamun.

Day 4: Cairo
Walk among ancient treasures with your local expert on a private tour of the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities before it opens to the public. Admire the world’s greatest collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts, including the golden treasures of Tutankhamun’s tomb and the Mummy Room, where many of Egypt’s former rulers lie in state, preserved for the ages. Continue to the ancient capital of Memphis and the world-famous Step Pyramid of Zoser, the oldest known Egyptian pyramid.

Day 5: Cairo/Abu Simbel/Aswan
View one of Egypt’s most recognized landmarks today, the temples of Ramses II and his wife Nefertari. Remarkably, the complex was moved to a higher elevation when floodwaters from Lake Nasser and the Aswan High Dam project threatened the temples’ preservation. Board your Nile cruise and, later, sail around the Aswan islands in a felucca (a traditional sailboat) if conditions permit.

Day 6: Aswan
Visit the Aswan High Dam, a contemporary counterpart to Egypt’s monumental constructions of the past. Then, proceed to the granite quarries, which supplied the ancient Egyptians with most of the hard stone used in pyramids and temples, and see the famed Unfinished Obelisk. Enjoy a short motor boat ride to the romantic, majestic Temple of Philae on the island of Agilika. Ancient Nubia was known to the pharaohs as the “Land of Gold,” and its wealth and lands were eventually incorporated into Egypt around 1500 BC. Explore the remnants of Nubian culture with a visit to the Nubian Museum, which is filled with monumental pieces reflecting the development of the Nubian culture and civilization. Later, journey to the Aswan Spice Market to sharpen your bargaining skills or simply take in the colorful scene. Your chef accompanies you to choose ingredients to prepare a special recipe.

Day 7: Aswan/Kom Ombo/ Edfu/Esna
Sail to Kom Ombo for a visit to the site of the lovely Greco-Roman temple, dedicated to Haroeris (the sun god) and Sobek (the crocodile god). The temple, built in the third century BC, stands at a bend in the Nile where, in ancient times, sacred crocodile basked in the sun on the riverbank. From here, return to your luxury yacht and sail for Edfu. Attend an Egyptian cooking lesson on board. Early this evening, visit the beautifully preserved Temple of Horus in Edfu.

Day 8: Esna/Luxor
Take a short walk through Esna’s bustling streets to visit the Temple of Khnum, famous for its beautifully preserved Hypostyle Hall, built during the reign of the Roman Emperor Claudius. The early afternoon is at leisure to sit back and enjoy the breathtaking scenery from your Nile cruise as you cruise toward Luxor. Later this afternoon, discover the complex Temple of Karnak, built by generations of pharaohs over a thousand-year period. Among this site’s stunning highlights is the Great Hypostyle Hall, a forest of stone columns covering more than 50,000 square feet.

Day 9: Luxor
today, visit the Valley of the Kings, where magnificent tombs were carved into the desert rocks and filled with treasures for the afterlife by generations of pharaohs. The highlight of your trip is an exclusive visit to the breathtaking tomb of Nefertari in the Valley of the Queens, closed to the public. This is an elaborately decorated tomb with vivid colors and spectacular scenes covering the walls. Nefertari was the favorite queen of Ramses II and one of the most beautiful women in ancient Egypt. Continue to the Temple of Hatshepsut, Ancient Egypt’s first female pharaoh. This afternoon, embark on a tour of the Luxor Museum, where you view a priceless collection of artifacts. One of the main attractions in this museum is a hall displaying 26 well-preserved statues that were discovered in a cache under the open-air court of the Luxor Temple.

Day 10: Luxor/Abydos/Denderah
Cruise northward to Nagaa Hammadi on a scenic route away from the crowds and other cruise ships. Along the way, your Egyptologist shares numerous insights about life in modern Egypt. Visit Abydos, the center of a holy city dedicated to Osiris, Lord of the Netherworld. The construction of its uniquely designed temple was started by Seti I and finished by his son, Ramses II. It contains seven sanctuaries dedicated to seven various deities. The temple is most notable for its ancient chronological list of the kings of Egypt from the first dynasty until Sati I.

Day 11: Denderah/Luxor
Begin the day with a visit to the beautiful Ptolemaic temple of the goddess Hathor at Denderah. Well-preserved, this temple complex has a massive stone roof, dark chambers, underground passages and towering columns inscribed with hieroglyphics. Within the walls of this ancient complex, view the Zodiac, considered to be the basis on which later astronomy systems were founded. Explore traces of the Pharaonic temple built underneath the existing temple, the best preserved Roman Mammisi or Birth House, the Sacred Bark Shrine, the unique relief depicting Cleopatra VII with her son Caesarian and much more. In Luxor, view the graceful Temple of Luxor, dedicated to the god Amon and built by Amenhotep III, Tutankhamun, Horemhab and Ramses II during their respective reigns. On the walls of the sanctuary of this temple, there are unique reliefs depicting Alexander the Great that were later added during his reign.

Day 12: Luxor/Cairo
Return to the Egyptian capital for a tour of Coptic and Old Cairo. Explore the remains of the fortress of Babylon, first built by the Persians around the sixth century BC; the Church of St. Sergius, where the holy family is reported to have stayed; and the Hanging Church, which was the seat of the Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate for centuries. Finish your sightseeing at Egypt’s oldest synagogue, Ben Ezra. Inside this temple, the Cairo Geniza documents were found, a treasure hailed as an unparalleled source of information about the life of the Jews in Egypt’s past.

Day 13: Cairo
After a morning at leisure, visit the Mosque and Madrasa of Sultan Hassan. Later, a walking tour of Islamic Cairo takes you from one of the remaining gates of the city to Khan el-Khalili Bazaar, where life has hardly changed for centuries. At the conclusion of your sightseeing, return to your hotel. This evening, join your fellow travelers for a special farewell dinner. This event provides a perfect opportunity to toast your journey and share experiences.

Day 14: Cairo
Board your international departure flight.

Pharaohs & Pyramids

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 persons 1 Person2-4 Persons5-8 Persons9-16 Persons17-35 Persons
Prices per person$3360$2100$1890$1785$1575
  1. We spent 14 days in Egypt touring from Luxor to Aswan and back up to Cairo and have to say that our experience with Your Egypt tours was the highlight of our Egyptian trip. Our guide, Mamdouh Ismail, was exceptional, was very informative, attentive, patient, and knowledgeable and pretty much any other quality you would want in a guide. We did a day tour of the Egyptian museum, Mohammed Ali mosque and the bazaar. Our guide in Luxor Ashraf, was also quite entertaining and we not only had a great time on the tour but even in between sites. We had first- class service, as they stopped to get us water, mandarins that were in season, taking us to an ATM or a store that we wanted to see off- itinerary. We do not have one single complaint about the service that we received from Your Egypt tours and the reviews and rating this tour company has received are well deserved. The cost is reasonable and is well worth it and would give more than five stars if it was possible, which also considers value for money.
    As far as Mamdouh as a tour guide, he was especially knowledgeable and presented the tour not only from a historical but current perspective as well. He was one of the few guides we had in Egypt did not feel or sound rehearsed- if we had questions outside the immediate tour, his depth of knowledge was genuine and deep. Great tour guide.
    I would highly recommend working with Your Egypt tours for all aspects of your trip, from restaurant recommendations to transportation.

  2. In 2013 we spent two weeks in Egypt with Your Egypt Tours and were delighted with our choice. What better way to visit a country than to go with a local company and their very informative and enjoyable guides. We did our bookings online from Australia and found the company to be prompt and very professional with our booking. Our two weeks in Egypt took us to Cairo, capped off with a trip down the Nile on the Sonnesta Star Goddess with our personal guide Ahmed El Garhy, including side trips to the temples of Abydos and Dendra and a flight to Abu Simbel (all well worth visiting). We did the extended Nile trip from Aswan to Luxor and return. This meant that we could visit the sites each morning and relax on the boat during the heat of the day – best way to go. Brilliant. I would not go past Your Egypt Tours who are very professional and very conscious of our safety…and put together a great trip. Thanks to everyone