- Duration: 9 Days / 8 Nights
- Tour Location: Cairo / Giza / Luxor / Hurghada
- Tour Availability: Available Everyday
- Pickup & Drop Off: Cairo Airport
- Tour Type: Private
9 Days and 8 Nights Tour Package to Cairo, Luxor, and Hurghada
Consider how much happiness this 9-day Cairo, Luxor, and Hurghada vacation package may assist you to capture. A terrific trip leaves you with joyful memories. Some of the oldest places on earth, including Cairo, Luxor, and Hurghada, the pearl of the Red Sea, may be home to beauty and adventure. You will receive the greatest service as you reach a higher degree of peace and tranquility. You will have nine yards of gorgeous perfection at your disposal with our nine-day Cairo, Luxor, and Hurghada holiday package.
- The service of meet and assist at all your destinations.
- 3 nights accommodation at 5* hotel in Cairo.
- 2 Nights accommodation at 5* hotel in Luxor.
- 3 Nights accommodation at 5* hotel in Hurghada.
- Flight tickets from Cairo to Luxor
- Flight tickets from Hurghada to Cairo.
- Entrance fees to all sites in the itinerary.
- Safari by Quads.
- Snorkeling excursion.
- All tours by a private A.C. Car
- An Egyptologist guide during all your tours.
- All service charges and taxes.
Day 1: Entry into Egypt
Your trip will begin as soon as you land in Cairo since an employee of “Egypt Fun Tours” will help you with all of the passport control procedures as well as baggage identification and carrying. After that, a private air-conditioned vehicle will transport you to your 5-star hotel reservation so you may check-in. Following a memorable colorful belly dancing performance with a folklore band that includes a mesmerizing Tannoura spin in keeping with Egypt’s whirling Dervishes’ tradition, you will board a dinner cruise on the majestic Nile river in the evening. From there, you will return to your hotel for the night.
Day Two: Visit Memphis, Saqqara, and the Giza Pyramids
After breakfast on the second day of your nine-day trip, you may gaze at some of history’s treasures, including:
Giza Pyramids Complex
For more than 4,000 years, the splendor of the ancient Egyptian civilization reached the sky at the Giza pyramid complex. The huge sphinx, the valley temple, the six smaller pyramids, and the three major great pyramids make up the Giza complex.
The Great Pyramid
As the last remaining piece of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the great pyramid is a monument outside of our time and space. With a workforce of roughly 100,000 experienced free laborers, the pyramid of King Khufu was built in 2580 BC over 20 years using 2,300,000 blocks of limestone, each weighing 2.5 tonnes. With a height of 147 meters (481 feet), it was the highest structure ever built for 3800 years.
The Great Sphinx
The Great sphinx, also known as “Hor-em-akhet,” or “Horus of the Horizon,” has traditionally served as Egypt’s unwavering protector. The sphinx is the form of a legendary animal with the body of a lion and the head of a man said to represent king Khafre to emphasize his strength and wisdom. It is 73 meters (240 feet) tall and 19 meters (66 feet) broad.
The Valley Temple
It was built during the Old Kingdom of Egypt (2686–2134 BC) to serve as the location for mummification, and the valley is very well-preserved archaeologically because it provides crucial details regarding mummification and Egyptian funerals customs.
After eating your lunch in a restaurant with a view of the pyramids or the Nile, go on to:
Step Pyramid of Saqqara
The legendary Imhotep, the vizier of Pharaoh Djoser, designed Saqqara as a gift from above to have a unique design made up of six steps reaching a height of 62 m, surrounded by a great complex containing amazing ceremonial structures. Saqqara was the beginning of the golden age of pyramid constructions in Ancient Egypt.
City of Memphis
Memphis City, which means “Enclosure of the Ka of Ptah,” was the first recognized capital of Ancient Egypt. It was established by King Menes in 2925 BC to be a land of artisans and artists. Memphis City was also the location of the great temple of Hut-Ka-Ptah, which translates to “Ai-Gy-Ptos,” the word from which Egypt derives.
After that, you’ll go back to your hotel to spend the night.
Day Three: An excursion to the Egyptian Museum and historic sites
After enjoying breakfast on your third day, you will check out of the hotel to continue your nine-day journey to Cairo, Luxor, and Hurghada. On this day, you will explore the magnificent Cairo tourist sites, beginning by:
The Egyptian Museum
A fantastic gateway to more than 4,000 years of ancient Egyptian history, is the Egyptian Museum. Over 120,000 unique items, many of which are shown mummified, are housed on the two floors of the museum. These artifacts are discovered in the form of sculptures and funeral objects made of both expensive materials like gold, silver, and valuable stones and more common ones like wood or stone.
In Cairo, lunch will be provided in a neighborhood eatery before visiting:
The Hanging Church
The sanctuaries of the Virgin Mary, also known as The Hanging Church, which was built on the southern wall of a Roman fortification named Babylon in the fifth century AD while the holy family was looking for safety, serve as the focal point of the Coptic community in Cairo. It served as the residence of the Coptic patriarch for several years. The hanging church is 30 feet tall and has a beautiful creative design that combines elements from the 7th to the 13th centuries.
Mosque of Amr Ibn Al Aas
The Amr Ibn Al-Aas Mosque, which was built in 641 AD and is still a functioning place of worship, is one of Egypt’s most well-known Islamic tourist attractions. The mosque is a work of living art that has undergone several reconstructions throughout history, making it function as a living museum of the development of Islamic architecture through the ages.
Synagogue of Ben Ezra
The Ben Ezra Synagogue is a distinctive tourist destination that dates to the 19th century. It has a peculiar history since it served as a church before becoming a synagogue in 882 AD, and it has survived in excellent shape with magnificent Jewish designs and decorations. Up until the 1950s, this location served as the center of Jewish worship for many years.
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) is a trip through time and space where visitors may learn about Egypt’s fascinating history and culture while admiring some of the most unique structures and artifacts ever produced.
Market in Khan El Khalili
The Khan El Khalili Bazaar was built in 970 AD based on an old legend and was intended to be the Middle East’s equivalent of the Golden Brick Road. It is still a bustling bazaar today with a variety of antique cafes that capture the classic beauty and grandeur of early Islamic culture.
Following that, you board a flight for Luxor and settle into a five-star hotel for the night.
Day Four: Visit the Landmarks of Luxor
The Kings’ Valley
The Valley of the Kings contains 63 tombs filled with extraordinary ancient Egyptian artifacts, treasures, statues, and enchanting decorations as well as the remains of pharaohs like Ramses II, Amenhotep I, Hatshepsut, and Tutankhamen, which is the most visited tomb next to the tomb of Ramses the Great. The Valley of the Kings is a passage to the heavens used by the greatest kings and queens of Egypt’s New In 1979, UNESCO designated the Valley of the Kings as a World Heritage Site.
Temple of Hatshepsut
Hatshepsut Temple, also known as Djoser-Djeseru’s “Holy of Holies,” was built in 1479 BC and was intended to honor Hatshepsut’s legacy as well as the creator god Amun. It served as a symbol of idealism, allure, and power for one of the most successful monarchs in Ancient Egypt history, Queen Hatshepsut. Based on the Classical Architecture of the new monarchy, the temple’s architecture is hypnotically magnificent.
The Colossi of Memnon are two enormous blocks of quartzite sandstone that are 18 meters (60 feet) tall, weigh 720 tonnes each, and are modeled after Pharaoh Amenhotep III (1386-1350). They were destroyed by an earthquake in 27 BC, were rebuilt in 199 AD, and gained enormous popularity during the Greco-Roman period due to the phenomenal Vocal Memnon.
After eating lunch at a restaurant with a view of the Nile, go to the biggest temple in the world.
Temple of Karnak
The Karnak Temple, formerly known as Ipet-isu, is the location where all prayers and desires are granted. The Pr-Imn House of Amon and the Most Selected of Places when were built more than 4000 years ago. It has been one of the largest religious structures ever built by humans for more than 1500 years. It served as a place of worship for many different gods, including Osiris, Ptah, and Isis, but was predominantly devoted to the Theban triad, which was made up of Amun, Mut, and Khnsou.
We will return you to your hotel in Luxor after the day so you may spend the night there.
Day 5: Reach the Magnificent City of Hurghada
Day Six: Hurghada Desert Safari Adventure
On the sixth day, you will go by quad vehicle or camel to the heart of Hurghada’s Sahara to see the magical scenery of the Sahara and the fascinating Bedouin culture, as well as to sample the local delicacies and beverages beneath the spectacular starry sky.
Day Seven: Red Sea Snorkeling Adventure
On your seventh day, you get the opportunity to snorkel in Hurghada’s enchanted waters to see the marine wonders of the Red Sea and take in the wonderful undersea environment home to lovely sea life and spectacular coral reefs.
Day 8: Travel to Cairo
Enjoy your breakfast before checking out of your hotel and traveling to Hurghada Airport to board your flight to Cairo, where you will spend the night.
Day Nine: Conclude Your Tour of Cairo, Luxor, and Hurghada
Hint: To meet your demands and fit your requirements, you may offer your opinions about including or omitting any trips from your tour schedule.