Spend a different Easter Holiday in Egypt with Explore Egypt Tours in a unique tour with fascinating Nile Cruise to Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan in a 7-day tour.
Welcome to Cairo, Egypt (Around the Clock).
Our Rep. will meet and assist you at Cairo International Airport with the sign of Explore Egypt Tours.
Then, he will transfer you to your hotel in Cairo by a private air-conditioned car.
Overnight in Cairo.
You will be met by our private Egyptologist English speaking guide at your hotel to accompany you by air-conditioned car to visit The Pyramids of Giza that are the eternal resting places of the pharaohs of the 4th dynasty (2550 B.C.). You will visit the three famous pyramids of Giza Plateau (Cheops, Chefren, and Mecyrinos), the smaller pyramids of Queens and Princesses, and the Great Sphinx.
Then go ahead to the Egyptian Museum which exhibits thousands of objects ranging from the prehistoric era to the Greco–Roman period. It has been calculated that if you spend one minute at each exhibit, it will take nine months to see the whole collection!
Overnight at Cairo
Our Rep. will pick you up to Cairo Airport for your flight from Cairo to Aswan.
You will check in the Nile Cruise and meet your private Egyptologist English speaking guide to visit The High Dam, which was built by president Nasser. After that, move to visit The Unfinished Obelisk, it was supposed to be the largest obelisk in ancient times, and then explore Philae Temple, dedicated to the goddesses of love Isis.
Overnight in Aswan
After the breakfast, visit Kom Ombo Temple. This temple was divided into 2 temples with 2 entrances; one dedicated to God Horus the falcon, and the other dedicated to Sobek the crocodile.
Then sail to Edfu to discover the funerary Edfu Temple that dedicated to god Horus the falcon god of protection.
Overnight in Edfu
After having breakfast, sail to Luxor to visit the Valley of the Kings, the largest burial ground in ancient Egypt. You will visit 3 of the best-preserved tombs of the new kingdom.
After that, go ahead to the funerary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, the longest-reigning female pharaoh of an indigenous Egyptian dynasty.
Then you will move to visit the two colossi of Memnon that are the all remaining of the mortuary temple of Amenhotep III.
Overnight at Luxor
After your breakfast, you will move to visit Karnak Complex dedicated to the Thebes triad (Amon-Re, his consort Mut, and their son Konsou).
Then go ahead to Luxor Temple.
Finally, transfer to Luxor Airport to catch the flight to Cairo.
Overnight at Cairo
Free time before your flight and check out then transfer to Cairo Airport for your departure flight.