- Duration: 4 days (3 nights)
- Tour Location: Cairo/Abu Simbel
- Tour Availability: Available Everyday
- Pickup & Drop Off: Cairo Airport
- Tour Type: Private
A fantastic four-day tour to Cairo and Abu Simbel
A private Egyptologist will lead you on a tour of the Giza Pyramids, the Egyptian Museum, and the two magnificent temples in Abu Simbel as part of an incredible travel package that includes a stay in Cairo and four days spent in Abu Simbel. What a fantastic opportunity to take advantage of this amazing travel package! The time to make reservations is now.
- 2 magical nights at a 5* hotel in Cairo.
- One Magical Night at a 5* Hotel in Aswan.
- flight tickets from Cairo to Aswan.
- flight tickets from Aswan to Cairo.
- A private, skillful Egyptologist during your 4-day trip
- Entrance fees to all the gorgeous places mentioned
- A special air-conditioned vehicle for all of your transport.
- The service of “meet and assist” at all your destinations.
- All taxes and charges are paid in advance.
- All service charges and taxes included.
- Any additional services not mentioned in the program.
- Egypt entry visa
Day 1: Arrival in Egypt-Meet and greet at a 5* Cairo hotel.
A Cairo Fun Tours representative will greet you at Cairo Airport upon your arrival, and you will be driven to your 5* hotel in Cairo in a private air-conditioned vehicle, where you will check-in, in and then enjoy a special dinner cruise in the evening before returning to the hotel for the night.
Day 2: The Pyramids and Egyptian Museum Tour
Prepare for your tour of Cairo tourist sites with an amazing visit to the Giza Pyramids with your tour guide, and begin your discovery of the Cairo and Abu Simbel tour package by gazing at one of the world’s seven wonders.
They were designed to last forever. Egypt’s pharaohs intended to become gods in the afterlife, so they constructed the Pyramids to prepare for it and filled their graves with various objects to ensure their safety.
The Great Pyramid of Giza
Among the Seven Wonders of the World, it is said to be the oldest. ” Because of its huge limestone, it attracts travelers from all over the globe. Inside this massive pyramid, three little rooms depict the Queen’s and King’s quarters, but the third chamber remains unfinished for unknown reasons.
Giza’s Unbelievably Large Sphinx
It is linked to Ancient Egypt due to its mystical form, which combines the body of a lion with the head of a human. It is the earliest monumental sculpture in ancient Egypt, dating back to the time of King Khafre.
The Valley Temple
It was used to purify the king’s mummy before burial and to begin the king’s mummification process.
Enjoy a great lunch at a local restaurant in Cairo with your tour guide before being transferred to the Egyptian Museum. Then go on with your day’s excursion.
The Egyptian Museum
It is a location where the majority of Egyptian antiques may be found. It has around 120,000 valuable artifacts that demonstrate how magnificent the Ancient Egyptians were. The museum is regarded as one of Cairo’s most well-known tourist attractions.
Finally, towards the conclusion of the day, fly to Aswan and settle into a 5-star hotel for the night.
Visit the Abu Simbel Temples on Day 3:
Get your breakfast boxes and meet your tour guide in the morning as you travel to Aswan in a contemporary, air-conditioned vehicle to continue your Cairo and Abu Simbel trip by seeing Egypt’s most historically significant archaeological site.
Abu Simbel’s Magnificent Two Temples
Your trip isn’t complete without a visit to Abu Simbel Temple, the world’s most historic site. This archaeological site has two temples, one dedicated to King Ramses II and the other to his beautiful and beloved wife, Queen Nefertari. The tale of its transportation and rescue from flood waters by UNESCO is lengthy and winding.
After completing your trip, you will proceed to Aswan Airport and fly back to Cairo. It’s time to go back to your 5* hotel for the night.
Day 4: End Your 3-Night Egypt Break
After breakfast, our representative will accompany you to the Cairo Airport to complete your paper transactions and transport you back to your house. Please let us know if you have any suggestions for adding or eliminating excursions from your schedule so that we may better meet your needs.