- Duration: 6 Days / 5 Nights
- Tour Location: Cairo – Luxor -Aswan
- Tour Availability: Available Everyday
- Pickup & Drop Off: Cairo Airport
- Tour Type: Family
Family Tour of Cairo & the Nile for 6 Days in Egypt
Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan are ideal places where every family from across the world may appreciate Egypt’s spectacular, enduring culture and history. A once-in-a-lifetime tour of the breathtaking grandeur and eternal artworks that depict the epic tales of famous gods, kings, and queens from antiquity will be provided for the entire family. During these 6 days of Egypt family tours, each member of the family can see the country’s treasures, including the great pyramids of Giza, the sphinx, Luxor Temple, the Karnak Temple Complex, the Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut Temple, the Philae temple, Edfu & Kom Ombo, and many more, in the most memorable and magical ways possible. The tours also include the best service, cosy accommodations, enchanting Nile Cruises, reliable transportation Live the moments that make a trip to Egypt ideal and memorable.
- Giza Pyramids Complex.
- The Egyptian Museum.
- The Great Sphinx.
- The Valley Temple.
- Karnak Temple.
- Valley of the Kings.
- Hatshepsut Temple.
- Colossi of Memnon.
- Philae Temple.
- Edfu Temple.
- Kom Ombo Temple.
- The High Dam.
- 2 nights accommodation in 5* Hotel in Cairo.
- 3 nights accommodation in 5* Deluxe cruise.
- Flight tickets “Cairo to Aswan – Luxor to Cairo”.
- Entrance fees to all sites in the itinerary.
- All transfers by a private A.C. Cars.
- The service of meeting and assisting.
- An expert Egyptologist tour guide.
- All service charges and taxes.
- International Airfare.
- Egypt entry visa.
Day 1: Arrive in Cairo and see the Sound & Light Show at the Pyramids
Our representative will meet and welcome the family when they arrive at the Cairo airport, help them with any documentation they need, and carry their bags. A private A/C vehicle will then transport everyone to their hotel in Cairo so they may check-in and unwind.
The whole family will go to the Giza plateau at night to take part in a sound and light performance with their tour guide to see and hear the timeless creation myth of ancient Egypt. The whole family will have supper at a neighborhood eatery before spending the night at their hotel in Cairo.
Day Two: Visit the Giza Pyramids and Museum before flying to Aswan
After breakfast, the whole family will go with their tour guide to explore:
Giza Pyramids Complex
The Giza Pyramid Plateau, which dates back more than 4500 years, has fascinating gems like:
The Great Pyramid
A timeless work of art, the Great Giza Pyramid of King Khufu was created to soar to the skies in 2580 BC by the vizier Hemiunu. It is one of the tallest and heaviest structures in the world with a height of 147 m (481 ft) and 2.3 million limestone pieces weighing up to 6 million tonnes.
The Great Sphinx
A legendary work of art, the magnificent Sphinx of Khafre (2558–2532 BC) enthralled the globe for many years. One of the largest and most ancient sculptures ever created by humans, the Sphinx perfectly represents the might and wisdom of Khafre. The dream stele of Thutmose IV, which depicts his life, is found there.
The Valley Temple
In the ancient kingdom (2686–2134 BC), the valley temple was constructed from granite, limestone, and diorite to execute the mummification process on the kings’ and queens’ corpses.
After eating lunch at a pyramid or Nile View Restaurant, the complete family will go to:
The Egyptian Museum
In 1901, the classical Egyptian museum was built with a capacity of around 150,000 objects made of various materials from various historical eras.
The whole family will leave for Aswan in the evening through the Cairo airport, where they will all check into a 5-star Nile cruise where they will eat supper and stay the night.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Day Three: Sail to Kom Ombo and explore Aswan’s treasures.
The whole family will have breakfast aboard the Nile Cruise before seeing Aswan’s treasures, which include:
High Dam at Aswan
Early in the 1960s, the Aswan High Dam was built to prevent yearly floods, save water for the artificial lake Nasser, and generate hydroelectricity.
The Unfinished Obelisk
With a height of 42 meters and a weight of 1200 tonnes, the Hatshepsut Obelisk (1507–1458 BC) was intended to stand before the Karnak Temple and slice the sky.
Temple of Philae
The finest tales from ancient Egyptian culture and history are preserved on the walls of the Philae Temple. To commemorate the ancestry of the Goddess Isis of Motherhood, it was constructed in the Ptolemaic dynasty in the 7th century BC.
After lunch and supper, the family will board their 5-star Nile Cruise and spend the night there.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Explore Edfu and Kom Ombo on Day Four before sailing to Aswan
On the Nile Cruise, the whole family will have breakfast before departing with their tour guide to explore:
Temple of Kom Ombo
The crocodile deity Sobek of the Nile and Horus the Elder are honored at the two temples of Kom Ombo, often referred to as the “hill of gold.” As one of the last temples to be erected during the Greco-Roman era, it was built between 180 BC and 47 BC during the Ptolemaic era.
Temple of Edfu
One of Aswan’s best-preserved temples is Edfu Temple, dedicated to the sky falcon deity Horus, who represents divine protection and triumph. It was built on the same site where Set, his wicked uncle, was defeated. It was built between 237 BC and 57 BC during the Ptolemaic dynasty and is notable for illuminating ancient Egyptian religion and beliefs.
The whole family will return to their Nile Cruise for lunch, supper, and overnight lodging.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Day 5: Visit Luxor’s Heavenly Wonders before departing for Cairo
The whole family will have breakfast, check out, and then go in a private A/C vehicle with your tour guide to see:
The Kings’ Valley
The Valley of the Kings was a heavenly marvel that operated for thousands of years and was located in the center of a magical hill for more than 500 years during the New Kingdom (1570–1050 BC). The valley is home to 63 tombs of renowned kings and queens, including those of Tutankhamun, Seti I, the whole Ramses Dynasty, and many more. These tombs are decorated with the most magnificent treasures and décor.
Temple of Hatshepsut
The holiest of holies, or Hatshepsut Temple, has long been regarded as a representation of elegance, beauty, and traditional Egyptian design. In the 15th century BC, it was cut into the Deir el-Bahari cliffs to serve as the epicenter of Hatshepsut’s royal funeral cult and host the valley festival in the temple of Amun as well a multitude of shrines devoted to Hathor, Anubis, and Amun.
Before going to Have lunch at a restaurant in Luxor.
The fascinating Colossi of Memnon twin sculptures of Pharaoh Amenhotep III (1386–1350 BC) is an eternal monument that has endured the test of time to provide essential information about his family.
Before visiting, pause to eat your lunch:
Temple of Karnak
Between the Middle Kingdom (c. 2000–1700 BCE) and the Ptolemaic Kingdom (c. 305–30 BCE), a period of 1500 years, the Karnak Temple Complex was created, becoming a focus of worship for all Egyptians. It is the largest outdoor museum and is home to the Great Hypostyle Hall, and several Amun-Re and Mut precincts, among other things.
The whole family will ride in a luxury air-conditioned vehicle to the airport in Luxor to catch their aircraft to Cairo. For the night, the whole family will check into their hotel in Cairo.
breakfast and lunch
Day 6: Complete Your 6 Days of Magical Family Travel
Everyone will have breakfast on the last day of the six-day family vacation in Egypt before concluding the amazing trip by returning home.
Hint: To meet your demands and fit your requirements, you may offer your opinions about including or omitting any trips from your tour schedule.