- Duration: 7 Days / 6 Nights
- Tour Location: Cairo – Giza – Luxor – Hurghada
- Tour Availability: Available Everyday
- Pickup & Drop Off: Cairo Airport
- Tour Type: Private
Beautiful 7 Days Vacation in Cairo, Luxor, and Hurghada
Every serious traveller is constantly seeking for the ideal vacation, but the search is now over. Our 7-day vacation to Cairo, Luxor, and Hurghada is the solution; you will discover what true beauty, amazement, and quiet are like. All the great Cairo attractions, such as the Giza pyramid complex, the Islamic, and Coptic sites, will greet you. The Valley of the Kings, the Queen Hatshepsut Temple, the Karnak Temple, and more authentic marvels may be found in the heavenly city of Luxor. You may unwind at Hurghada’s City Resort amidst the Red Sea’s clean waters, exquisite silky beaches, and amazing underwater marine life. Now is the time to book the trip of your dreams with us.
- Giza Pyramids Complex
- The Great Sphinx
- The Valley Temple
- The Egyptian Museum
- 2 nights accommodation at 5* Hotel in Cairo.
- 2 nights accommodation at 5* Hotel in Luxor.
- 2 nights accommodation at 5 * Hotel in Hurghada.
- Entrance fees to all sites in the itinerary.
- All transfers by private A/C Car.
- The service of meet and assist at all your destinations.
- An expert Egyptologist guides during all your tours.
- Flight tickets from Cairo to Luxor.
- Flight tickets from Hurghada to Cairo.
- All service charges and taxes.
- International Airfare.
- Egypt entry visa.
Arrived at Cairo Airport on the first day.
Your adventure will start the moment you set foot in Egypt since our “Egypt Fun Tours” agent will be there to assist you with all passport check procedures as well as baggage identification and carrying. He will be waiting for you at your arrival gate at Cairo airport. Then, after arriving at your 5* hotel reservation and checking in, you will start your tour with a dinner cruise on the legendary Nile River. While on board, you can unwind and take in a vibrant belly dancing performance with a folklore band that includes a magical Tannoura spin in keeping with Egypt’s whirling dervishes tradition. You will eventually return to your hotel to spend the night.
Day Two: Visit the Egyptian Museum and the Giza Pyramids
Early in the morning, after enjoying your breakfast, you will check out of the hotel. You will then accompany your private tour guide as they go to some of the most remarkable historical locations on the plant, including:
Giza Pyramids Complex
Your first destination will be the complex of Giza pyramids, which has been waiting for your arrival for the previous four thousand years. The majestic Sphinx, the house of an immortality valley temple, six smaller pyramids, and three great pyramids make up the Giza complex.
The Great Pyramid
As the last remaining example of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Great Pyramid of Khufu is pure ancient history, full of mystery and awe. It was created in 2580 BC, making it more than 4500 years old. It took 20 years to build, using 2,300,000 pieces of 2.5-ton limestone and 100,000 unpaid trained laborers. This culminated in a pyramid that stood at 147 m (481 ft), making it the tallest structure in the world for 3800 years. The Great Pyramid continues to draw attention because of its intricate interior contrasted with its enormous size.
The Great Sphinx
The Great Sphinx, which resembles a legendary animal with the body of a lion and the head of a man who was likely king Khafre to symbolize strength and wisdom, has inspired great artists, adventurers, and kings for endless ages. The Sphinx has been given several titles throughout history, including Abu Al-Hawl, which is Arabic for “The Father of Terror.” The origin and age of the Sphinx are quite mysterious. Its height is 73 meters (240 feet) and its width is 20 meters (66 feet). The Sphinx was carved out of single limestone rock in three years with the help of roughly 100 workmen.
The Valley Temple
The Valley Temple, which was built during the Old Kingdom of Egypt, is the location of the Mummification Process (2686 2134 BC). It is one of the most well-preserved remains of the ancient Egyptian Civilization and a wealth of knowledge about ancient Egyptian mummification can be found there. The valley is completely composed of limestone and granite and is home to spectacular king Khafra diorite monuments.
Enjoy your lunch at a restaurant with a view of the Pyramids or the Nile before traveling to:
The Egyptian Museum
The Egyptian Museum is where you may discover the fascinating mysteries of ancient Egypt. It has the greatest collection of priceless monuments and artifacts from ancient Egypt, stretching back more than 4500 years. More than 150,000 artifacts, including mummies and supplies like King Tutankhamen’s treasures, the Narmer Palette, and papyrus, are housed inside the two-story building. These artifacts are made of a variety of materials, from extravagant ones like gold and gemstones to common ones like wood or stone.
You will next make a trip to the Cairo airport to catch your flight to Luxor. You will check into a 5-star hotel upon arrival for the night.
Day Three: Visit the East Bank of Luxor
After breakfast in the morning, you’ll go to Luxor’s East Bank to begin your trip to Cairo, Luxor, and Hurghada by taking in some of the city’s main tourist sites, such as:
Temple of Karnak
The Karnak Temple, also known as Ipet-isu The Most Selected Of Places, and Pr-Imn House Of Amon, is a little bit of paradise on earth and one of the largest open-air museums in the world. It is one of the oldest and biggest sacred man-made structures on the planet, dating back more than 4,000 years. For more than 1500 years, it functioned as the epicenter of religious ceremonies for the whole ancient Egyptian monarchy. The Karnak temple included shrines for several gods, including Osiris, Montu, Ptah, Isis, and others, but it was primarily devoted to the Theban triad, which was made up of God Amun, his wife Mut, the Goddess of Justice, and their son Khnsou, the Moon God.
After enjoying your lunch, you will go to your accommodation to rest before moving with your tour guide to the following places at night:
Luxor Temple by Night
The Luxor Temple, also known as “Ipetresyet,” or The Southern Sanctuary, was erected around 1400 BCE during the rule of Pharaoh Amenhotep III and is the crown jewel of the whole city, showcasing the creative essence of the period. It was intended to symbolize the concept of the revival of royalty and was dedicated to the Theban Triad’s God Amun. The temple is adorned with entrancing, elaborate architecture. The finest time to visit the temple is at night when the moonlight illumines the building and gives it a fresh new life.
You will then be transferred back to your hotel for the night.
Day Four: Visit the West Bank of Luxor and then go to Hurghada
After eating breakfast and leaving your hotel in Luxor, you will continue your unforgettable trip to Cairo, Luxor, and Hurghada with your tour guide. You will next enjoy a tour of Luxor West Bank, which will begin with:
The Kings’ Valley
The Valley of the Kings was created by the ancient Egyptians in the mountain’s interior as a special location where the greatest Kings and Queens of Egypt’s the New Kingdom would be buried (1570-1070 BC). There are 63 tombs there, and the most well-known ones are those of Ramses II, Amenhotep I, Hatshepsut, and the illustrious boy-king Tutankhamen. They are all loaded with magnificent treasures, sculptures, and decorations.
Due to the valley’s significance in both history and art, UNESCO designated it as a World Heritage Site in 1979.
Temple of Hatshepsut
The best illustration of status, accomplishment, and class is the Hatshepsut Temple. It was referred to as Djeser-Djeseru (Holy of Holies) and is renowned for being the most magnificent building ever built by the ancient Egyptians. It was constructed in 1479 BC to demonstrate the tenacious spirit of the New Kingdom (1550–1070 BC), Hatshepsut’s devotion to the deity Amun, and her authority as one of the most illustrious monarchs in the annals of Ancient Egypt. The temple’s distinctive style is based on the idea of classical architecture, and it houses some of Egypt’s most spectacular sculptures, decorations, and works of art.
Amenhotep III (1386–1350) constructed the Colossi of Memnon, two enormous stones of quartzite sandstone that rise at a height of 18 m (60 ft), weighing 720 tonnes each, and are shaped like the Pharaoh himself. They have been guarding the city of Luxor for a long time. A significant earthquake that occurred in 27 BC devastated the colossi, although they were later reconstructed in 199 AD. The Vocal Memnon phenomena, where a sinning sound was sometimes created and was nothing more than the sound of the wind blowing past the monument at dawn, helped the sculptures earn a considerable reputation throughout the Greco-Roman era.
Next, you’ll have lunch at a restaurant with a view of the Nile before continuing to Hurghada. When you arrive, check into a 5-star hotel to stay the night.
Day 5: Free Day in Hurghada
On your fifth day, you’ll be in Hurghada, where you’ll have the day free to explore the city resort and take advantage of all it has to offer.
Day six: Cairo to Hurghada
After eating breakfast on Day 6, you will check out of your Hurghada hotel and take a flight in the evening to Cairo, where you will spend the night.
Day Seven: Conclude Your Vacation in Cairo, Luxor, and Hurghada
On your last day, you will have breakfast before being driven to the airport, where your seven-day trip to Cairo, Luxor, and Hurghada will come to an end. P.S. Please let us know if you have any suggestions for adding or eliminating any trips from your tour schedule so that we can meet your needs and preferences.