Egypt Sightseeing

Abu Simbel Sightseeing
No Image Abu Simbel Sound & Light
In March of 2000 the Sound and Light show at the Abu Simbel Temples was inaugurated. The performance includes a closed circuit TV enabling spectators to witness the equinox that occurs only twice a year amongst special computer controlled synthesis of music, voices, lightening, laser and special effects. The show is presented in English, French, Spanish, German, Arabic, Italian, Japanese and Russian. (Based on minimum 2 Pax $45 P.P)
Aswan Sightseeing
No Image 3 nights Nile Cruise Sightseeing
Optional 3 nights Cruise sightseeing, includes Aswan visit the High Dam, the Granite Quarries with the Unfinished Obelisk and the Temple of Philae. Kom Ombo visit Kom Ombo Temple. Edfu visit Edfu Temple. Luxor visit the West Bank necropolis including the Valley of the Kings, the funerary temple of Queen Hatshipsut at Deir El Bahari and the Colossi of Memnon, back to the cruise for lunch, afternoon proceed to your East bank visit of Luxor, visit Karnak and Luxor Temples. (Rate based on minimum 2 Passengers)
No Image A06 - Full Day Aswan Tour
Full day visit High Dam, unfinished Obelisque & Philae Temple by private air-conditioned mini van and English Speaking License Egyptologist. (Price is based on minimum 2 passenger $70 P.P), in case we operate with one passenger only rate will be (Rate is based on minimum 2 passengers)
No Image A14 - Sound & Light Show Aswan
Inaugurated in 1985, Spectators are taken on a Nile cruise to discover the natural beauty of the area all The way to the Philae Island. The show describes the temples with their arcades and inscriptions besides telling the story of how they were rescued and restored. It also deals with the history of Aswan, The grandeur of Noba, The Sacredness of The Nile and the loyalty and nobility of Isiss message. (based on minimum 2 Pax)
No Image A34 - Abu Simbel Tour by Car from Aswan
Abu Simbel tour by air-conditioned minivan or minibus Situated 280km south of Aswan. the magnificent monuments carved into solid rock 3,000 years ago. In a monumental feat of modern engineering, these massive temples were moved to their present location when construction of the Aswan High Dam in 1960 created Lake Nasser and flooded their original location. This extraordinary operation to save one of the worlds greatest treasures took years and the efforts of an international team of engineers and archaeologists.The two temples at Abu Simbel were built by Egypts great Pharaoh Ramses II (Egypts longest-ruling king) as a tribute to the deities and his favorite wife Nefertari. Four colossal statues, 60 feet high and directly facing the rising sun, are of the pharaoh himself, with his queen and daughters at his feet. More tremendous statues surround you as you enter the temple. And in the very depths of the temple, Ramses sits in state flanked by the gods to whom the construction is dedicated. (Minimum 2 PAX)
No Image A35 - Abu Simbel Tour by Air From Aswan
Abu Simbel Situated 280km south of Aswan. The two temples of Abu Simbel are the most magnificent temples in the world. The first temple was built by the mighty Pharaoh Ramses II, the other for his wife Queen Nefertari. Their relocation is an achievement supported and managed by UNESCO. The Great Temple of Abu Simbel (Ramses II) Built by Ramses II, it is distinguished by its main facade with four colossal statues of Ramses II, sitting enthroned, wearing the double crown of Upper and Lower Egypt. The temple was dedicated to the sun god Ra Horakhti. A most interesting engraving records the Qudesh battle scene, celebrating the victories of Ramses II over the Hittites. The temple was built on a strict east-west axis so that twice a year, the morning sun actually reached the innermost sanctuary at dawn, illuminating the statues of Ptah, Amon, Ramses II and Ra Horakhty. The Small Temple of Abu Simbel (Nefertari) Located 50 meters from the Great Temple, it was built by Ramses II for his beautiful wife Nefertari to be worshipped with other gods. It is also called the temple of Hathor, the goddess of love and beauty. Its facade is adorned by six statues, four for Ramses II and two for his wife Nefertari. The walls of the temple are decorated with scenes depicting Ramses and Nefertari offering sacrifices to the gods.
No Image Aswan airport transfer from/to Nile Cruise
Arrival or departure transfer from/to Aswan airport to your Nile Cruise with air-conditioned car and English Speaking host. Price is based on minimum 2 passengers.
Cairo Sightseeing
No Image Bahariya & White Desert Safari Trip
Bahariya & White Desert Safari Trip includes: black desert, English mountain, the crystal mountain, Bahariya oasis, Temple of Alexander the great, the tombs of the nobles and the golden mummies. (Based on Miniumum 2 Pax rate will be $325 P.P). Reduced rate available for more passengers.
No Image C05 - Half Day Egyptian Museum & Bazaar
Our first visit of the day will be to explore the wonders of the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, built in the beginning of the 20th century the museum displays the largest collection of Pharaonic monuments in the whole world and many other displays from ancient Egypt, the Ptolemaic period, and the Greco Roman period. The guests will love to enter into the Tut Ankh Amun gallery where all the golden belongings and treasures of the famous king are displayed. We ride into one of our most comfortable vehicles to go have a distinctive shopping experience in the Khan El Khalili Market, the most famous touristic market in the whole world. This historical market was originally established in the 14th century during the Borji Mamluk period and rebuilt and restored again in the beginning of the 16th century. The guests can buy some of the marvelous souvenirs and gifts for their loved ones. The products sold in the khan include almost everything a tourist desires to bring home from Egypt. (Price valid for minimum 2 pax)
No Image C06 - Half Day Pyramids & Sphinx
After breakfast, a scenic drive will take you to the Pyramids & Sphinx of Giza, which have stood for the last 5000 years, Contrary to the common belief, only the Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops), not all three Great Pyramids, is on top of the list of Wonders. The monument was built by the Egyptian pharaoh Khufu of the Fourth Dynasty around the year 2560 BC to serve as a tomb when he dies. The tradition of pyramid building started in Ancient Egypt as a sophistication of the idea of a mastaba or platform covering the royal tomb. (Minimum 2 Pax)
No Image C19 - Half Day Old Cairo
Drive to Old Cairo, where early Judaism and Christianity flourished in Egypt. Visit the Ben Ezra Synagogue and Saint Sergius Church. Continue to Amr Ebn El-As Mosque. This is the first and oldest Mosque ever built on the land of Egypt. Erected in 642 AD (21 AH) by Amr Ibn Alas, the commander of the Muslim army that conquered Egypt, the Mosque is also known as Taj al-Jawamie. (Rate is based on minimum 2 passengers)
No Image C21 - Full Day Old Cairo Tour
Visit the Old Cairo, where early Judaism and Christianity flourished in Egypt. Visit the Ben Ezra Synagogue and Saint Sergius Church. Continue to the Coptic Museum, Truly one of the most interesting places to visit in Egypt is the Coptic Museum, even for those who are not Christian. More then simply an archive of Coptic history, it intricately weaves a web between religions at the end of the pagan era, and the beginning of the Christian period. It is a case study in the formative years of a major religion that grew, and sometimes intermingled, and sometimes borrowed from that of an ancient religion that it was replacing. Visit Amr Ebn El-As Mosque, This is the first and oldest Mosque ever built on the land of Egypt. Erected in 642 AD (21 AH) by Amr Ibn Alas, the commander of the Muslim army that conquered Egypt, the Mosque is also known as Taj al-Jawamie. (Rate is based on minimum 2 passengers)
No Image C22 - Nile Felucca
One Hour sailing on the Nile River on the famous Nile Felucca includes roundtrip transfers from and to your hotel. (Rate is based on minimum 2 passengers)
No Image C23 - Half Day Memphis & Sakkara
Memphis, founded around 3,100 BC, is the legendary city of Menes, the King who united Upper and Lower Egypt. Early on, Memphis was more likely a fortress from which Menes controlled the land and water routes between Upper Egypt and the Delta. Having probably originated in Upper Egypt, from Memphis he could control the conquered people of Lower Egypt. However, by the Third Dynasty, the building at Saqqara suggests that Memphis had become a sizable city. Proceed to Sakkara site, Sakkara is one section of the great necropolis of Memphis, the Old Kingdom capital and the kings of the 1st Dynasty as well as that of the 2nd Dynasty. are mostly buried in this section of the Memphis necropolis. It has been of constant interest to Egyptologists. Three major discoveries have recently been made at Sakkara, including a prime minister&#146s tomb, a queen&#146s pyramid, and the tomb of the son of a dynasty-founding king. Each discovery has a fascinating story, with many adventures for the archaeologists as they revealed the secrets of the past. (Rate is based on minimum 2 passengers)
No Image C24 - Full Day Cairo City Tour
Our first visit of the day will be to explore the wonders of the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, built in the beginning of the 20th century the museum displays the largest collection of Pharaonic monuments in the whole world and many other displays from ancient Egypt, the Ptolemaic period, and the Greco Roman period. The guests will love to enter into the Tut Ankh Amun gallery where all the golden belongings and treasures of the famous king are displayed. We stop to have lunch at one of the local wonderful restaurants in Egypt before we go on with our tour. Our next stop will be at the Citadel of Saladin, constructed by the famous army leader in the 13th century, the citadel is featured with many historical gates and monitoring tower. Today it hosts a large number of monuments especially the Alabaster Mosque of Mohamed Ali built in the middle of the 19th century. We proceed to explore the Monuments in Coptic Cairo situated in Miser El Qadeema near the Mosque of Amr Ibn El Aas, this area is rich with Christian monuments including the Hanging Church, the Church of Saint Barbra, the Church of Saint George, the Coptic Museum, and the Ben Ezra Synagogue. Our last stop will be at the distinctive shopping experience in the Khan El Khalili Market, the most famous touristic market in the whole world. This historical market was originally established in the 14th century during the Borji Mamluk period and rebuilt and restored again in the beginning of the 16th century. The guests can buy some of the marvelous souvenirs and gifts for their loved ones. The products sold in the khan include almost everything a tourist desires to bring home from Egypt.
No Image C25 - Full Day Cairo Pyramids Tour
We will start our day with a visit to the breath-taking Pyramids of Giza, the most famous monuments in the whole world. It consists of the royal necropolis of the kings of the 4th dynasty of ancient Egypt with the magnificent pyramid of Cheops being the most important construction. Constructed during the 26th and the 25th BC centuries, the pyramids of Giza and the marvellous sphinx is the only surviving monument in the Seven Wonders of the Ancient world. With their extremely accurate measurements, their huge size, and many legends behind their construction, the pyramids of Giza will remain as one of the wonders that amaze people from all over the globe. We will have a tasty energizing lunch in one of recommended restaurants in the area of Giza. We continue our tour with a pleasant drive to visit Memphis the first capital of Egypt and one of the most important historical sites. The ancient city is now located around 10 kilometres to the South West of the pyramid of Giza and hosts a number of remarkable monuments including the marvellous Colossi of Ramses II, the Alabaster Sphinx, and many other notable statues. We go with our trip to explore Sakkara, the necropolis of the Old Kingdom of Egypt where many archeological findings are taking place. The centrepiece of Sakkara is the famous step pyramid of Djoser, the oldest stone building in history and an important mark in the evolution of the construction of pyramids in ancient Egypt.
No Image C26 - Full Day Cairo Combo Tour
It is now time to visit the breathtaking Pyramids of Giza, the most famous monuments in the whole world. It consists of the royal necropolis of the kings of the 4th dynasty of ancient Egypt with the magnificent pyramid of Cheops being the most important construction. Constructed during the 26th and the 25th BC centuries, the pyramids of Giza and the marvellous sphinx is the only surviving monument in the Seven Wonders of the Ancient world. With their extremely accurate measurements, their huge size, and many legends behind their construction, the pyramids of Giza will remain as one of the wonders that amaze people from all over the globe. Our first visit of the day will be to explore the wonders of the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, built in the beginning of the 20th century the museum displays the largest collection of Pharaonic monuments in the whole world and many other displays from ancient Egypt, the Ptolemaic period, and the Greco Roman period. The guests will love to enter into the Tut Ankh Amun gallery where all the golden belongings and treasures of the famous king are displayed. Our next stop will be at the Citadel of Saladin, constructed by the famous army leader in the 13th century, the citadel is featured with many historical gates and monitoring tower. Today it hosts a large number of monuments especially the Alabaster Mosque of Mohamed Ali built in the middle of the 19th century. We proceed to go to a distinctive shopping experience in the Khan El Khalili Market, the most famous touristic market in the whole world. This historical market was originally established in the 14th century during the Borji Mamluk period and rebuilt and restored again in the beginning of the 16th century. The guests can buy some of the marvelous souvenirs and gifts for their loved ones. The products sold in the khan include almost everything a tourist desires to bring home from Egypt.
No Image C27 - Full Day Alexandria with Library
Start your over day excursion to Alexandria by private car & accompanied by an English speaking Egyptologist: Visit National Museum, Cata Comb. Stop for lunch, then proceed to Roman Amphitheater & Alexandria Library. Return to Cairo. (Lunch included) (Rate is based on minimum 2 passengers)
No Image C28 - Old Cairo Church, Ben Ezra Synagogue & Citadel
Join our optional Spiritual Cairo tour and explore some of the early religious monuments of the city. You`ll visit the El Muallaqa, dating to the late fourth and early fifth century. This basilica was named for its location on top of the south gate of the Fortress of Babylon. Muallaqa means "suspended or hanging." Destroyed in a ninth-century earthquake, the church became the center of the Coptic (or Christian) Church of Egypt from the time it was rebuilt in the eleventh century until the 14th century. Make a stop at the Ben Ezra Synagogue, built sometime between the sixth and ninth centuries AD. The temple contains a Jewish Heritage Library, containing documents found here in 1896 that describe the economic and social conditions of Jews under Arab rule as well as descriptions of relations between various Jewish sects. Then visit The Citadel (the Fortress of Salah al-Din al-Ayyubi), built in 1183 and overlooking the city from the Muqattam Hills. The structure, with its domes and minarets, looks over a number of important buildings, including the Alabaster Mosque. Its domed interior, used by Moslems for daily prayers, is a spectacular sight of twinkling lights and beautiful mosaics (Lunch included) (Based on Minimum 2 PAX)
No Image C29 - Egyptian Family Dinner
This evening, you`ll get acquainted with Egyptian life as you enjoy a visit with a local family in their home, as they share their evening meal with you. This is wonderful opportunity to experience the everyday life and hospitality of typical Egyptians. (Rate is based on minimum 2 passengers)
No Image C30 - Full Day Fayoum Tour from Cairo
Full Day Fayoum Tour includes: Visit Meidum & Karoun Lake with lunch at local restaurant by air-conditioned minivan/bus and English Speaking License Egyptology. (Minimum 2 PAX)
No Image C31 - Full Day Luxor West & East Bank
Roundtrip transfers from your hotel in Cairo to the airport, Roundtrip flights from Cairo to Luxor very early morning, visit Valley of the Kings, Valley of Queens, Hatshipsut Temple, Colossi of Memnon, Stop for Lunch, than we proceed to the Karnak and Luxor Temple, flight back to Cairo. (Lunch Included) (Rate is based on minimum 2 passengers)
No Image C32 - Sound & Light Show In Cairo
Egypts first Sound and Light Show displayed at the Giza Pyramids was inaugurated in April of 1961. With the narrative voice of the late Richard Burton, magnificent sound and lighting effects, the show begins with the narrative of the Sphinx, who has been the guardian of the city of the dead for five thousand years. Overseeing the building of the three pyramids, the Sphinx reflects on the historical contributions of Thutmosis IV, Akhnaten, Nefertiti and Tutankhamon. The show is presented in English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Arabic, Italian and Russian. (Rate is based on minimum 2 passengers)
No Image C33 - Cruising Dinner M/S Scarabee
Pick up from your hotel and board the Nile Cruise for 2 hours sailing, enjoy dinner with bailey dancer show and Tenure folkloric performance, transfer back to your hotel. (Rate is based on minimum 2 passengers)
No Image C36 - Farewell Dinner with Show
Dinner with Show in Cairo includes: Pick up from your hotel, enjoy dinner with bailey dancer show and Tanoura folkloric performance, transfer back to you hotel. (Based on minimum 2 PAX)
No Image C39 - Half Day Pharaonic Village
4 hours tour by private Minivan & Guide to the Pharaonic Village (Based on Minimum 2 PAX).
No Image C40 - Half Day Khan El Khalili Bazaar
Khan El Khalili Bazaar, the largest traditional shopping bazaar in the world, the Khan el-Khalili Bazaar. In the tiny alleyways, there are hundreds of shops where you can watch gold and coppersmiths, brass makers, and fortunetellers at work. Look also for leather goods and woodwork inlaid with camel bone and mother-of-pearl. Bargaining, Arab-style, is the norm here, and practiced as a national pastime. (Minimum 2 PAX)
No Image C43 - Full Day Alexandria with Library & Montaza Garden
Start your over day excursion to Alexandria by private car & accompanied by an English speaking Egyptologist: Visit National Museum, Catacomb. Stop for lunch, and then explore the well-preserved ruins of the Roman amphitheater, which in Ptolemaic times was part of a vast pleasure garden known as the Park of Pan. Built between the second and fourth centuries A.D., it is the only known Roman theater remaining in Egypt. Continue on to the Alexandria Library which was the most famous in all antiquity, attracting scholars from all over the ancient world it was here that Euclid discovered geometry, and Eratosthenes measured the earth&#146s circumference. Proeed to see the Fort of Qaitbey from the outside. In 1480, the sultan Qaitbey built the fort on the site of the Lighthouse of Alexandria, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, transfer back to Cairo. (Lunch included) (Minimum 2 PAX)
No Image C49 - Half Day Dahshour Pyramids
Located in South Saqqara stand the pyramids of Dhashur. The Red Pyramid and the Bent Pyramid are about 2 km south of the Mastaba Faraoun. The constructor of these pyramids is thought to have been Snofru (2575 - 2551 BC), who was the first ruler of the 4th Dynasty. Snofru built these two pyramids and is thought to have built the pyramid at Maidoun. His son was Cheops who continued his constructive tendencies. The Red Pyramid is thought to be older and is the only one that can be entered at this time. The Bent Pyramid was built out of limestone which was quarried locally. The casing was of polished Turah limestone. This pyramid is also known as the Southern Shining Pyramid. The casing blocks are very stable and very difficult to remove because they slope inwards. The base of the pyramid is 188.6m and is 105m high. Because of the bend in construction, the original angle would have made it 128.5m high. (Minimum 2 Pax)
No Image Cairo airport transfer to/from hotel
Arrival or departure transfer to/from your hotel with air-conditioned car. Price is $10 per person based on minimum 2 passengers.
No Image Dinner at Indian Restaurant
The Moghul Room. Cairo&#146s celebrated gourmet Indian restaurant. Purely Indian, truly exotic. Open from 7 PM to 11 PM. (Based on minimum 2 PAX)
Luxor Sightseeing
No Image 4 Nights Nile Cruise Shore Excursions Package
Optional 4 nights Nile Cruise Excursions, visit Karnak and Luxor Temple, visit The West Bank, Esna Temple, visit Edfu Temple, visit Kom Ombo Temple, visit The High Dam, Unfinished Obelisk and Philae Temple. (Rate based on minimum 2 Pax)
No Image 7 Night Nile Cruise Shore Excursions Package
Visit Karnak and Luxor Temples, Esna Temple, Edfu Temple, the High Dam, Unfinished Obelisk, Philae Temple, Felucca Ride, Kom Ombo Temple, Valley of the Kings, the funerary temple of Queen Hatshipsut at Deir El Bahari and the Colossi of Memnon. (Rate is based on Minimum 2 Pax)
No Image L05 - Half day visit Luxor West Bank (3 Sites)
Visit the West Bank necropolis including the Valley of the Kings, the funerary temple of Queen Hatshipsut at Deir El Bahari and the Colossi of Memnon. (Rate is based on minimum 2 passengers)
No Image L06 - Half day visit East Bank Karnak & Luxor Temples
visit Karnak and Luxor Temples, a centuries-old city of pylons, hypostyle halls, colossal statues, shrines and obelisks. (Rate is based on minimum 2 passengers)
No Image L07 - Half Day Dendarah Tour
half-day visit to the Temple of Dendarah built by Romans and Greeks and dedicated to Hathor-goddess of maternal and family love. The temple complex contains birth houses, a Coptic church, the Hathor Temple, and a Hypostyle Hall. One of the celebrated features of the temple is an astronomical ceiling beautifully decorated with vultures, winged disks, and the union between Hathor and Horus. Paintings on the ceiling also represent the two halves of the sky with its northern and southern constellations, the hours of day and night, the sun and moon, and the symbols of the zodiac. (Minimum 2 Pax)
No Image L08 - Full Day Esna & Edfu Temple
Visit Edfu Temple, dedicated to Horus, the falcon headed god. This is not only the best preserved ancient temple in Egypt, but the second largest after Karnak. The pylons of the main Temple are about 118 feet high with typical scenes of the pharaoh in battle with his enemies. Within the pylons is the colonnaded courtyard with distinctive, pared columns, which leads into the great hypostyle hall. Proceed to Esna Temple, the temple now stands in the middle of the modern town at a level about nine meters below that of the surrounding grounds,and is one of the latest temples to have been built by the ancient Egyptians. it is well preserved. Other remains of the temple lie buried beneath the surrounding buildings of the modern town. (Minimum 2 Passengers)
No Image L09 - Luxor Museum, The Ramesseum, Madinat Habu
The Luxor Museum is built on two levels with a ramp leading from the ground floor to the upper floor and contains artefacts from around the Theban area. Many of the free-standing granite statues depict kings, queens, and high-status officials who left their images in the Theban temples. Tutankhamun of course is well-represented by some of the objects from his tomb in the Valley of the Kings which are not currently on display in the Cairo Museum. Included among these is the famous majestic head of a cow goddess, of resin and gilded wood, which is one of the first items the visitor will see when entering the museum. There are exhibits of funerary stelae, offering tables, papyri, tomb furniture, a cartonage mummy-case and many small statuettes and shabtis. In glass cases in the centre of the upper floor are smaller objects such as jewellery, funerary and ritual items and artefacts from daily life. The Ramesseum, this temple is built by Ramesses II. It was rival to his temple in Abu Simbel. Sadly enough, this once-a-great mortuary temple is in ruins. The debris though is still interesting, so romantic and inspiring. Madinat Habu, in ancient times Madinat Habu was known as Djanet and according to ancient belief was the place where Amon first appeared. Both Hatshepsut and Tuthmosis III built a temple dedicated to Amon here and Later Rameses III constructed his larger memorial temple on the site. (Minimum 2 Pax)
No Image L10 - Half Day Tour Luxor Museum
The exhibition is titled "Thebes Glory Military &#150 Technology", and it has a range of exhibits reflecting the great period of Egyptian military history during the 18th and 19th Dynasties. There are many statues of famous pharaohs, articles of war, stele, and most famous of all, the mummies of the two founders of their respective dynasties. (Miminum 2 Passengers)
No Image L11 - Full Day West & East Bank of Luxor
Visit the West Bank necropolis including the Valley of the Kings, the funerary temple of Queen Hatshipsut at Deir El Bahari, the Colossi of Memnon, visit Karnak and Luxor Temples, a centuries-old city of pylons, hypostyle halls, colossal statues, shrines and obelisks. (Minimum 2 pax)
No Image L12 - Full Day Dendarah & Abydos
Early morning drive to Qena to visit Dendarah, one of the most beautiful complexes dedicated to Hathor, goddess of life and fertility, continue to The city of Abydos (ancient name: "Abdjw" ) flourished from the predynastic period (4000 BCE) of Egypts history down through Christian times (about 641 CE). The site of many tombs of predynastic rulers of ancient Egypt, the area soon grew in religious importance as a cult center for Osiris, first during the Middle Kingdom,when such a tomb of a First Dynasty king, Djer, was identified as the "burial site of Osiris", the mythological god-king of the predynastic Egyptians (referred to as "Osirieon"). This emphasis upon Osiris caused the city to become a pilgrimage site, as well as a desired place for either direct burial or for the erection of cenotaphs (monument erected in honor of a dead person whose remains lie elsewhere). Festivals and the passion plays of Osiris life and death were performed here from about the 12th Dynasty (1985-1795 BCE) until the Christian era. (Minimum 2 passengers)
No Image L14 - Sound & Light Show in Luxor
Inaugurated in 1972 the Sound and Light Show in the Temple of Karnak begins with a historical introduction covering the birth of the great city of Thebes and the construction of the Temple. Depicting the glorious achievement of the Pharaohs, spectators listen to the lyrical and poetic descriptions of artistic treasures, grand festivals, heroic deeds and literature of the times. (Minimum 2 Pax)
No Image L29 - Hot Air Balloon Ride in Luxor
As the sun rises over Luxor, so can you, aboard an optional hot-air balloon ride. The sights, sounds, and sheer spectacle of seeing these antiquities from the sky will surely make for a morning youll remember forever. (Minimum 2 Pax)
No Image Luxor airport transfer from/to Nile Cruise
Arrival or departure transfer from/to Luxor airport to your Nile Cruise with air-conditioned car and English Speaking host. Price of $5 is based on minimum 2 passengers.
No Image Visit Nefertari Tomb - L39
This tomb is an ancient marvel with its bright living colors and amazing beauty. Of all the tombs discovered in Egypt, the Tomb of Nefertari is the most colorful, most dramatic and most well preserved. It is true there are many tombs throughout Egypt, which are wonderfully decorated, but none is as vivid as Nefertaris. The artisan&#146s talent gives all those who enter this tomb the overwhelming feeling time has stood still since 1255 BC when Nefertari died at a young age. (you only have ten precious moments inside this tomb) (Minimum 2 Passengers)
Sharm El Sheikh Sightseeing
No Image Mount Moses and St. Catherine Monastery
St. Catherine 1 nights Tour from Sharm includes: Roundtrip transfers by private air-conditioned car (3 hours each way), Climb (at midnight) the Holy Moses Mountain, with a stop at the burning bush, proceed to visit the oldest working Orthodox Monastery between 09-11 AM, with English Speaking host (Breakfast) (Minimum 2 Pax)
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