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Pharaohs and Beaches - 13 Days
Pharaohs and Beaches - 13 Days
Pharaohs and Beaches - 13 Days
Pharaohs and Beaches - 13 Days
Pharaohs and Beaches - 13 Days
Pharaohs and Beaches - 13 Days
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Duration: 12 Nights, 13 Days

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Enjoy a fun and educational family adventure in ancient Egypt. Explore the iconic Pyramids of Giza and the tomb strewn Valley of the Kings in Luxor and experience the local way of life, visiting a Nubian island and a local school in Aswan, before heading to the beach on the beautiful Red Sea Riviera. This tour welcomes children aged 5 years and over.

Day 1-Cairo
Saturday – Welcome to the start of your Egyptian Adventure! Arrive Cairo airport, included onward transfer to your hotel and overnight.
Overnight: Cairo

Day 2-Camel Safari
This morning we visit the great pyramids and Sphinx at Giza Plateau. Sole survivors of the ancient Greek-listed seven wonders of the world, they were constructed from over 2.5million limestone blocks, taking more than 20 years to build. We explore this area on foot and then on camel back! Off we ride into the sands, our sturdy ships of the desert beneath us.
Overnight: Cairo | Breakfast

Day 3-Egyptian Museum
Cairo – Aswan. Today we see the treasures of King Tutankhamun, mummies and more at the Egyptian Museum. In the afternoon we explore the Citadel and the bustling Khan el-Khalili bazaar before taking the comfortable overnight sleeper train to Aswan including dinner.
Overnight: Sleeper Train | Breakfast, Dinner

Day 4-Aswan
This morning we arrive into Aswan and explore the Nubian city on a guided walk of the local market and souq. Scenically located on the Nile, a walk along the riverside corniche to view the many boats is a real treat, as is Aswan bazaar. Free afternoon.
Overnight: Aswan | Breakfast

Day 5-Abu Simbel
Free morning or optional tour for the morning excursion by flight to Abu Simbel. The remainder of the afternoon at leisure; maybe relax by the pool, take a stroll along the Nile corniche or explore the ever lively market place.
Overnight: Aswan | Breakfast

Day 6-Boating on the Nile
Aswan – Luxor. This morning we take a motor boat to cruise around and between the islands located on the Nile, before stopping at Sahal island where we visit a local village and school (if open); sometimes there is even a local football game in action. Lunch will be served in the home of an Egyptian family followed by the train north to Luxor, one of the world’s greatest open-air museums. The 4000 year old site of ancient Thebes, known today as Luxor, is our base for the next three days.
Overnight: Luxor | Breakfast, Lunch

Day 7-Karnak & Luxor Temple
This morning you have the option to go hot air ballooning before we visit Karnak Temple. More than a temple, Karnak is a spectacular complex of sanctuaries, pylons, statuettes and obelisks. Built on a grand scale, Karnak is probably Egypt’s finest ancient temple. Free afternoon or wander along Luxor’s historic waterfront. This evening, we travel in horse-drawn carriages to the illuminated Temple of Luxor where we enjoy a tour in the cool evening air.
Overnight: Luxor | Breakfast

Day 8-Valley of the Kings
Today, we visit Luxor’s West Bank. The subject of countless documentaries, our destination this morning is the site made famous by the discovery of King Tutankhamen’s tomb – the Valley of the Kings. Other exciting highlights of ancient Egypt include the imposing colonnaded temple of Queen Hatshepsut and the gigantic Colossi of Memnon.
Overnight: Luxor | Breakfast

Day 9-Hurghada
Luxor – Hurghada. Bidding farewell to Luxor, we travel by road north-west to Hurghada, a coastal resort town on Egypt’s famous Red Sea coast. This evening, enjoy dinner at your 4 star hotel located near the beach.
Overnight: Hurghada | Breakfast, Dinner

Days 10-11-Red Sea 
Why not pack your bathing suits, sun lotions and sun glasses and opt for a boat excursion on the Red Sea. Dropping the anchor at a location renowned for its safe snorkelling and swimming possibilities, you can opt to don mask, snorkel and fins for a great view of the colourful shoals of fish in the aquatic wonderland that is the Red Sea. After a day of swimming, snorkelling, sun tanning or relaxing, you’ll have no doubt worked up a healthy appetite – dinner is served up at the hotel.
Overnight: Hurghada | Breakfast x 2, Dinner x 2

Day 12-Cairo
Hurghada – Cairo. Bidding farewell to the beach we journey by road back to Cairo. Spend the evening at leisure in the capital.
Overnight: Cairo | Breakfast

Day 13-Cairo
Thursday. Tour ends after breakfast. Included onward transfer to airport.
Breakfast

Inclusions:

  • Meet-and-assist services upon arrival and departure
  • All transfers (Cairo-Aswan-Luxor-Cairo) on air-conditioned vehicles, sleeping train, and Felucca
  • All Accommodations at 5-star hotels with 2 connected rooms or 2 rooms next to each other, including breakfast.
  • All sightseeing tours in Cairo, Luxor, Abu Simbel and Aswan, including English-speaking Egyptologist guide, entrance fees and transfers on air-conditioned vehicles.
  • Lunch with village family on Seheil island
  • Giza – camel ride by the pyramids
  • Luxor – horse-drawn carriage to Luxor Temple
  • Portage when needed
  • All Service charge and taxes

Exclusions

  • Entry visa to Egypt
  • International airfare
  • Gratuities/Tipping (Recommended). .
  • Any optional night and day activities not included as part of the itinerary
  • Entrance fees to: the Solar Boat Museum, the chambers of the pyramids, the Royal Mummies Room at the Egyptian Museum, and the Tutankhamen’s tomb in the Valley of the Kings
  • Meals except where indicated
  • Drinks and any personal expenses

Activity and Class: Cultural/Family
Group Size: Private tour
Activity Level: Low to medium

 

Price Per Person1 Person2-4 Persons5-8 Persons9-16 Persons17-35 Persons
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