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Exceptional Easter Tour in Egypt

Exceptional Easter Tour in Egypt
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Tour Details:

  • Duration: 12 Days 11 Nights
  • Location: Cairo / EL Minya / EL Fayoum / Luxor / Aswan
  • Availability: Available Everyday
  • Pick up and drop off: Cairo Airport
  • Tour Type: Private

12 DAYS OF MAGNIFICENT TOUR OF EGYPTIAN ATTRACTIONS

Welcome to an amazing tour package to heaven, where you will feel as if you are in paradise while seeing the most important historical sites in Cairo, Luxor, Aswan, and El Minya. Visit Cairo’s divine Giza Pyramids and the fascinating Egyptian Museum, then travel to Upper Egypt to see Fayoum’s beauty and marvel at Tuna El Gabal and Tel Al Amarna in El Minya before embarking on the Nile to see Karnak Temple, Valley of the Kings, Edfu and Kom Ombo temples, as well as Abu Simbel and the best of Aswan monuments.

Tour Highlights

Cairo Highlights

Tour Inclusions

  • Meet and assist service at Cairo International Airport.
  • Accommodation 3 nights at 5* hotel in Cairo on Bed and Breakfast basis.
  • Accommodation 2 nights at A Luxury hotel in El Minya on Bed and Breakfast basis.
  • Accommodation 1 night at A Luxury hotel in Abydos on a Bed and Breakfast basis.
  • Accommodation 1 night at A Luxury hotel in Luxor on Bed and Breakfast Basis.
  • Accommodation 4 nights on A Luxury deluxe Nile cruise on a Bed and Breakfast basis.
  • Domestic flight { Aswan to Cairo }.
  • Professional Egyptologist tour guide during the tours.
  • Transfers by modern air-conditioned vehicles.
  • Admission fees to all the sights listed in the itinerary.
  • Meals are mentioned in the itinerary.
  • All charges and taxes.

Itinerary:

Day 1: Arrive in the land of Pharaohs

Begin your journey at Cairo International Airport, where our company representative will accompany you step by step until you have completed all of your arrival processes and official requirements, after which we will drive you to a 5* hotel in a private luxury A/C car to check-in and rest. Before we transport you to your hotel, the greatest atmospheric dinner cruise on the Nile River will be waiting for you, complete with some of the most fascinating spellbinding traditional displays, local belly dance, and Tannura spin.

Day 2: The Wonders of the Pharaohs in Cairo

After breakfast, you will be driven to the following locations with your tour guide in a contemporary air-conditioned vehicle:

Giza Pyramids Complex

The Pyramids of Giza are the most magnificent monuments on the planet. The Great Pyramid of Cheops, which is considered the final extant remains of the Ancient World’s World Wonders, is located inside the site. The Giza Complex flourished under the rule of the 4th dynasty, and the site is graced by three renowned pyramids: Cheops, Chephren, and Menkaure.

The Great Sphinx of Giza

The Sphinx is a single-piece limestone sculpture that dates back to ancient Egypt. The statue was sculpted in the likeness of an unknown fabled many-headed monster with a lion’s body. His head is dedicated to King Khafre, and it is said to be the real emblem of length and wisdom.

The Valley Temple

The Valley Temple is one of the most magnificent elements in the Giza Pyramids Complex, which was built entirely during the Old Kingdom. The Valley Temple’s major purpose is to house mummification operations. The location is also utilized as a funeral temple for rituals and religious festivals, in addition to mummification and cleansing activities.

After a fantastic lunch at a high-quality restaurant, travel to:

The Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Antiquities Museum is located in the center of Cairo’s Tahrir Square and serves as one of the city’s most magnificent monuments. The site includes an exposition of ruins and antiquities ranging from the Old Kingdom to the Greco-Roman Period, as well as the heritage of Nubia.

You’ll be able to return to your hotel.

Day 3: Travel to El Fayoum and El Media

We will take you up from your hotel in a luxury air-conditioned vehicle very early in the morning and transport you roughly 60 kilometers from Cairo:

Oasis of El Fayum

Your experienced tour guide will meet you at the airport and drive you to Lake Qaroun, the world’s first natural lake, which spans around 53,000 acres of Fayoum Down. Then you’ll go to Wadi Rayan National Park to see Fayoum Water Falls, Gabal El Modawara, and the Wales Cemetery.

After a delightful meal, you will travel to El Minya and settle into a 5* hotel for the night.

Day 4: Explore El Minya Highlights

After breakfast, you will be transported to the Necropolis of Tuna El Gabal, an ancient Egyptian archaeological site that comprises a variety of magnificent tombs dating back to the 2nd century AD, including the tomb of the priest Pet-Osiris, Ibis Catacombs, and Isadora Tomb. After that, you’ll go to Al Ashmunien, a historic city in Hermopolis that has an open museum with two huge statues and Basilica ruins. After that, go to Beni Hassan to see the Middle Kingdom’s spectacular rock-cut burial tombs. After that, you’ll return to your accommodation in El Minya for lunch.

Day 5: Tel El Amarna & Assyut

Your Egyptologist will accompany you to the following locations:

Tel Al Amarna

You will experience the royal tombs and the majestic temples and palaces of Tel Al Amarna, an archaeological site that stretches over the desert on the Nile River and encompasses the heritage and riches of the city founded by Akhenaton and his wife Queen Nefertiti.

Then go to Assuit to learn about:

Monastery of Al Muharraq

It’s a 327-kilometer drive from Cairo and one of Egypt’s best-preserved Coptic sanctuaries, where the Holy Family stayed for six months and ten days. Visit the following places:

Village of Meir

The building of this historic cemetery for the nomarchs of the City of Cusae began during the reign of the 6th dynasty and was finished in the 12th dynasty, making it an Old Kingdom-Middle Kingdom tomb.

Finally, you will be transported to Abydos, where you will spend the night.

Day 6: Energize your soul with Dendara and Abydos Tours

After breakfast, you will be driven to the following locations in a private air-conditioned vehicle:

Temple of Abydos

The Abydos Temple, dedicated to Seti I, is one of Egypt’s most beautiful temples. Seti I started building the temple, and his son Ramses II finished it. Similar to Muslims’ desire to undertake a pilgrimage to Mecca at least once, in their lives, ancient Egyptians wished to visit Abydos Temple, which was associated with the afterlife.

After a delicious lunch, you will be escorted to see:

Dendera Temple

Dendera is primarily a Ptolemaic and Roman structure that was built during the rule of the Greek Ptolemies and completed later during the reign of the Roman Emperor. The Ptolemies honored Hathor as one of Egypt’s most known goddesses by dedicating the temple to her.

We’ll take you to Luxor and check you into a 5* hotel for the night.

Day 7: Karnak & Luxor Tours / Start Nile Cruise

After breakfast, you will begin your Nile cruise from Luxor by seeing some of the most well-known sights on the Luxor East Bank, including:

Karnak Temple

One of Ancient Egypt’s holiest holy sites is the Karnak complex. During each pharaoh’s reign, he added his unique modifications to the complex. The “Avenue of Sphinxes” is the magnificent procession entry to the complex. The Temple of Hathor, however, is the most important temple on the site.

Transfer to a 5* luxury Nile cruise to settle in and have a delicious lunch before visiting:

Luxor Temple

Luxor Temple has a unique location since, unlike other temples in the area, it was not built in the veneration of a divine figure. The temple’s principal purpose was to rejuvenate the kingdom and host the yearly Opet celebrations.

Your Nile cruise ship will be your home for the night.

Day 8: Explore Luxor Highlights of the Nile’s West Bank

After breakfast, your personal Egyptologist will pick you up in a luxurious air-conditioned automobile to take you to Luxor West Bank:

The Kings’ Valley

The Valley of the Kings is a massive cemetery site on Egypt’s west bank of the Nile River, and it’s one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations. From 1539 until 1075 BC, the site was primarily utilized for burials. In the area, more than 60 tombs for various kings and pharaohs from the 17th and 18th dynasties have been uncovered. The artisans of Deir El Medina beautifully painted and embellished the graves within the valley as a preparation for the next world.

Temple of Hatshepsut

The most significant monumental gift of Queen Hatshepsut is “Deir El Bahari,” as it is known. Hatshepsut Temple is a remarkable construction project that was erected with the help of architect Senimut. The temple’s principal role is to glorify the queen’s accomplishments and to serve as a religious funeral temple.

Memnon’s Colossi

On the west bank of the Nile, two massive stone statues sit. The Colossi of Memnon were thought to be security emblems for Amenhotep III’s funerary temple, which had vanished for unexplained causes.

We’ll take you back to your cruise ship for a night of sailing.

Day 9: Discover the Temples of Edfu & Kom Ombo

When you arrive in Edfu, you will embark on a horse-drawn carriage ride with your Egyptologist to visit:

Edfu Temple

This Ptolemaic temple, which was built between 237 and 57 BC, is the most inspirational. Horus, the vengeful son of Isis and Osiris, is honored at Edfu Temple. The temple’s magnificence is linked to its case since the structure is still beautifully maintained, complete with all of its embellishments and ornamentation.

We’ll serve you a delicious lunch on the Nile cruise, after which you’ll board the Nile and go to Kom Ombo to see:

Temple of Kom Ombo

Kom Ombo temple is one of the Nile Valley’s best-located temples, situated at a bend in the river where fearful crocodiles crept and basked on the riverbank in ancient times. The Temple is dedicated to two local gods: Sobek, the crocodile deity, and Horus, the Egyptian god of the sky.

Return to your cruise ship and continue your journey to Aswan.

Day 10: Abu Simple Temples Day Trip

Early morning departure with breakfast boxes to meet your tour guide and we will transport you to Abu Simbel in a private A/C car to visit:

Temples of Abu Simbel

The mythical two temples of Abu Simbel, which are situated at the end of Upper Egypt over the southern boundaries, are like an amazing miracle. Pharaoh Ramses the Great built the temple between 1264 and 1244 BC. “Temple of Ramses, Beloved of Amun” was the name given to the whole site. The primary purpose of Ramses II’s big temple is to celebrate the king’s military victories, while the smaller temple was built to honor his own adored Queen Nefertari.

We’ll take you back to your Nile cruise, where you may enjoy the remainder of the day.

Day 11: Aswan’s Highlights Tour

Following breakfast, you will go for the greatest of Aswan’s ancient attractions with your expert tour guide, which will include:

High Dam of Aswan

The Aswan High Dam was Egypt’s first move into the industrial era, allowing them to manage the Nile River while also gaining a new source of income and power. The dam is 111 meters tall, 3830 meters long, and 980 meters wide, with six turbines producing 2.1 million kilowatts of electricity.

The Unfinished Obelisk

It’s one of the most stunning monoliths and the world’s biggest obelisk. The Unfinished Obelisk, which weighs 1200 tonnes and has a Greek design, was carved out of red granite during the 18th dynasty by the Great Queen Hatshepsut.

Temple of Philae

Ptolemy II founded Philae on a rocky island between 380 BC and 362 BC, with other Ptolemaic monarchs contributing to the construction. The temple was extensively rebuilt to serve as Isis’s place of worship.

Let’s eat a delicious meal at a luxurious restaurant before flying to Cairo and checking into a 5* hotel for the night.

Day 12: End of your Exceptional Easter Tour in Egypt

Check out, and we’ll take you to Cairo International Airport to catch your journey home, bringing your package vacation to a close.

Exceptional Easter Tour in Egypt
Exceptional Easter Tour in Egypt
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