Special Offer 12 Days Cairo, Alexandria, and Nile Cruise package

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Overview

Embark on an extraordinary journey through Egypt, immersing yourself in a Special Offer 12 Days Cairo, Alexandria, and Nile Cruise Package.
This luxurious tour promises an unforgettable experience filled with beautiful sights and exhilarating adventures.

Firstly, delve into the heart of Cairo, where ancient wonders await.
Stand in awe before the mighty Pyramids of Giza, an architectural marvel and one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
Explore the Egyptian Museum, home to a vast collection of awe-inspiring artifacts that unravel the mysteries of ancient Egypt.

After that, set sail on a mesmerizing Nile Cruise, where moments offer a new treasure in this admire package.
Marvel at the grandeur of Luxor and Aswan, where timeless temples and sacred sites stand as testaments to Egypt’s rich history.
Visit the Karnak Temple, an ethereal complex radiating divine energy, and indulge in Luxor’s finest flavors of Egyptian cuisine.
As twilight descends, immerse yourself in the mystical ambiance of Luxor Temple.

Also, venture to Alexandria, a coastal gem steeped in splendor.
Admire Pompey’s Pillar, a towering granite column, and explore the Citadel of Qaitbay, a majestic fortress offering breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea.
This is a special package offer just for you, including Cairo, Alexandria, and a Nile Cruise.

You can try another package, likewise the Luxury Package for the Best of Egypt.

In conclusion, this 12-day expedition combines luxury, culture, and adventure, providing an unparalleled experience of Egypt’s most iconic attractions.
Immerse yourself in the allure of Cairo, Alexandria, and the enchanting Nile Cruise.
Join us on this exceptional journey and create wonderful memories.

Luxury and excitement await you on the Special Offer 12 Days Cairo, Alexandria, and Nile Cruise Package.
Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the wonders of Egypt in style.

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Highlights

  • Egypt's Attractions
  • The Egyptian Museum
  • The Giza Pyramids
  • Catacombs
  • Pompey Pillar
  • Alexandria Library
  • Citadel of Quitbay
  • Attractions in Luxor
  • Attractions in Aswan

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Egypt

Upon your arrival at Cairo International Airport, one of our representatives will greet you and transfer you in a private air-conditioned vehicle to your hotel in Cairo or Giza.

Overnight: Hotel in Cairo.

Day 2: Egyptian Museum and Great Pyramids in Cairo

Following a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel, you will transfer in a private A/C car with our knowledgeable Egyptologist.

Giza Pyramids
It was built around 2600 BC and was one of the last seven wonders of the ancient world. It is composed of 3.2 million limestone blocks weighing 6 million tonnes.

The Egyptian Museum
It's a gateway to the celestial masterpieces of ancient Egypt, which were developed over 5000 years of unceasing creativity and vibrant artistic imagination. You have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to find some of this enormous wonder's most significant archaeological monuments and artifacts.

By the end of the day, we'll transfer you back to your hotel to rest

Meals: Breakfast. | Overnight: Hotel in Cairo.

Day 3: East Bank of Luxor

After having your delicious breakfast at the hotel, you will go to Cairo's airport in a private van to catch your internal flight to Luxor. Our knowledgeable Egyptologist will meet you at the airport when you arrive; we'll transport you in a private A/C vehicle to your Nile Cruise to check in and start your adventure in Luxor with Respect Egypt Tours.

Karnak Temple
Enter the ethereal realm of Karnak Temple, a majestic complex that stands as a testament to the religious fervor of ancient Egypt. Built between 1971 BC and 20 BC, Karnak Temple served as the revered center of Thebes, radiating divine energy. Indulge in a sumptuous feast fit for royalty at a distinguished restaurant in Luxor. Let your taste buds savor the finest flavors of Egyptian cuisine, replenishing your energy for the captivating evening ahead.

Luxor Temple
As twilight descends upon the sacred city, immerse yourself in the mystical ambiance of Luxor Temple. A symbol of regal power and spiritual rejuvenation, this ancient sanctuary dates back to 1400 BC, and witnessed the reigns of legendary pharaohs such as Amenhotep III and Ramses II.
By the end of the day, we'll transfer you back to the Nile Cruise for a delicious dinner and continue sailing toward the West Bank.

Meals: Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner. | Overnight: Onboard Nile Cruise.

Day 4: Nile Cruise - West Bank of Luxor

As the sun rises and a new day dawns, savor a delectable breakfast onboard the Nile Cruise. Your journey through Luxor's enchanting wonders continues, beckoning you to explore the remaining mesmerizing attractions that await:

Hatshepsut Temple
Prepare to be awe-inspired as you step foot into the immortal mortuary temple of Hatshepsut. This architectural masterpiece, dedicated to the powerful pharaoh Hatshepsut, pays homage to Amun and showcases the remarkable legacy of a female ruler who left an indelible mark on the history of Egypt.

Valley of the Kings
Embark on a mystical journey into the heart of the Theban cemetery, where the Valley of the Kings unveils its secrets. Hidden within the ancient hills lie 63 tombs that served as the final resting place for pharaohs of the New Kingdom, including Tutankhamun, Seti I, Hatshepsut, and Ramses the Great.

Colossi of Memnon
Marvel at the timeless grandeur of the Colossi of Memnon, the awe-inspiring seated statues of Amenhotep III. Created in 1350 BC and restored over the centuries, these colossal structures stand at a towering height of 18 meters (60 feet).
Return to your Nile Cruise for resting and preparing for your next adventure in Egypt.

Meals: Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner. | Overnight: Onboard Nile Cruise.

Day 5: Nile Cruise and Edfu

After breakfast, you will be greeted by our knowledgeable Egyptologist to start a new day by visiting Edfu and Kom Ombo.

The Edfu Temple
One of the most critical features of the Edfu Temple is the statue of Horus. The figure was believed to be the living personification of the god and was worshiped by the priests and the people.

The Kom Ombo Temple
It is an ancient Egyptian temple located in the city of Kom Ombo. It is dedicated to two gods: Horus, the falcon-headed god, and Sobek, the crocodile god. The Temple contains a birth house, where it was believed that Sobek was born, and a Nilometer, which was used to measure the level of the Nile River during flood season.

After finishing the tour with your Egyptologist, we will transfer you in an air-conditioned vehicle to your Nile Cruise.

Meals: Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner. | Overnight: Onboard Nile Cruise.

Day 6: Aswan

Today after enjoying breakfast, you will start an incredible trip that you will not be able to forget. You will explore the High Dam of Aswan, The Unfinished Obelisk, and The Philae Temple with your private Egyptologist guide.

The High Dam of Aswan
Electricity was extended to Egypt via the High Dam, which held Nile River outflows. Before the dam was built, the Nile River would flood every year; these floods caused damage to homes, buildings, and infrastructure and made it difficult to predict the annual harvest.

The Unfinished Obelisk
A giant granite obelisk was left unfinished because of a crack in the stone during its construction process. Visitors to the Unfinished Obelisk can see the marks made by ancient tools on the stone and notice the intricate carvings and hieroglyphics.

The Philae Temple
Philae Temple has various buildings, such as the Temple of Isis and a temple dedicated to Horus. The temples have intricate carvings and hieroglyphics depicting ancient Egyptian mythology and daily life. Augustus built the Propylon, a monumental gateway. Various Egyptian gods and goddesses are depicted in large reliefs on the Propylon.
We will end the tour here to let you rest and prepare for the next exciting day in Egypt.

Meals: Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner. | Overnight: Onboard Nile Cruise.

Day 7: Cairo

After finishing your excellent breakfast, you will go to Aswan airport in a private air-conditioned vehicle to catch your domestic flight back to Cairo. One of our knowledgeable representatives will welcome you as soon as you land. You will be driven to your Cairo hotel in a private air-conditioned vehicle.

Meals: Breakfast. | Overnight: Hotel in Cairo.

Day 8: Tour of Alexandria

Following your delicious breakfast, you will board a private air-conditioned car with our knowledgeable guide and travel for three hours to Alexandria.

Pompey's Pillar
A 27-meter-high granite column Pompey's Pillar was constructed in tribute to the Roman Emperor Diocletian. Despite its name, it has no connection to the renowned Roman general.

The Citadel of Qaitbay
Located on the site of the ancient Pharos Lighthouse, this 15th-century fortress is known as the Citadel of Qaitbay. It showcases the remarkable Mamluk architecture and provides breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea.

Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa
This underground burial site dates back to the 2nd century and is a remarkable fusion of Greek, Roman, and Egyptian cultures. The catacombs boast three levels and are embellished with stunning sculptures and carvings.

After this fantastic tour, you will return to your Alexandria hotel to check in and rest.

Meals: Breakfast. | Overnight: Hotel in Alexandria.

Day 9: Open Day in Alexandria

After taking your breakfast in Hotel, we'll transfer you in this free day where ever you want. Alexandria is yours to explore on this day. you can enjoy the city's beautiful beaches and seaside cafes. Then we'll transfer you back to your Hotel.

Meals: Breakfast. | Overnight: Hotel in Alexandria.

Day 10: Citadel and Old Cairo

Enjoy your breakfast before your journey back to Cairo, where you can have a full-day excursion that will begin with:

Salah El-Din Citadel
The Citadel, built by Salah al-Din in Cairo, was a military base and royal residence for centuries. Its walls and towers defended against invaders.

The Hanging Church
It's the world's most prestigious and oldest Coptic Church. This church was built in the third century on the same site where the holy family once stayed in the Roman Babylonian fortress during their heavenly journey in Egypt.

Ben Ezra Synagogue
The Ben Ezra Synagogue is a one-of-a-kind attraction built in 882 AD. An eye-catching combination of Jewish architecture, art, and incredible decorations.

After the tour, you will return to your hotel in Cairo to check in by a modern A/C vehicle.

Meals: Breakfast. | Overnight: Hotel in Cairo.

Day 11: Open Day in Cairo

Day off for a leisurely exploration of Cairo. Memphis & Sakkara Tour is optional.

Meals: Breakfast. | Overnight: Hotel in Cairo.

After breakfast and checking out, You will be transferred to Cairo Airport in an A/C vehicle for your final departure.

Meals: Breakfast.

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Frequently asked questions

Many women travel alone, You don't have to be afraid as a woman travelling alone, but you should be aware of the potential extra attention and glances and act appropriately and confidently. First and foremost, women should dress appropriately, avoiding particularly short clothing or deep necklines. Women travelling alone may be approached or even invited by men. If you decline such offers, you will be safe. You can also connect with other travellers on social media to ensure your safety.

There is no better time to visit Egypt! Because the period you choose is determined by the type of trip you want to take. The best time to visit the Red Sea, for example, is from the end of February to the end of October, though it is best to avoid the extreme heat of July and August. If, on the other hand, you enjoy cultural excursions and intend to visit Luxor, Aswan, and Abu Simbel. It is preferable to travel during the winter to various tourist attractions. In general, August is best avoided throughout the country. when the temperature reaches its annual high. It is strongly advised to visit Egypt during Easter, Christmas, and New Year.

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