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Multi-day Tour See and Sea

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$1,345 per person
Duration
11 Days
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Travellers
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BEYOND WORDS The full Experience

A tour for 11 days will take you to the major sights in Egypt, starting from the Great Pyramids to Valley of the Kings, Karnak temple, with an exhilarating Nile cruise between Aswan and Luxor, and a felucca ride mixed with scuba diving and snorkeling activity by the red sea for 3 night and domestic flight.
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What's included

Destination
Aswan , Cairo , Giza , Hurghada , Khan El Khalili , Luxor , Old Cairo City Discover Destinations
Departure Location
Cairo
Return Location
Cairo
Additional Information
Availability: Tour starts on Saturdays and Wednesdays
Price includes
  • 3 nights in 5* Deluxe Nile Cruise full board
  • 3 nights in 5* hotel in Hurghada, Red Sea all inclusive
  • 4 nights accommodations in 5* hotel in Cairo with breakfast
  • A guided tour of important places
  • Airport pickup and drop off
  • Camel ride
  • Domestic flight tickets
  • Entrance fees
  • Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
  • Le Méridien Pyramids, Steigenberger, or similar 5* hotel
  • Observation and participation in allowed activities
  • Tour with certified Egyptologist
  • Traditional Egyptian lunch
  • Transport to and from hotel
Price does not include
  • Egypt entry visa
  • International flights
  • Marriott Mena House (available upon request)
  • Meals, unless expressly states
  • Personal expenses
  • Photography tickets
  • Tips to guide and driver
Additional Prices
Children younger than 6 years old: $25% of adult rate Children from 6 - 12 years old: $50% of adult rate Children more than 12 years old: Full adult rate
  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7
  • Day 8
  • Day 9
  • Day 10
  • Day 11
Day 1

Welcome to Cairo

Welcome to Cairo, the biggest city in the Middle East with a population of 20 million. Look for our representative with Egypt Eye Tour who will help you go through the immigration and customs formalities, then he will drive you to your hotel in Giza to check in, and meet your tour guide who will brief you about your itinerary.

Day 2

Let the fun begin

After our first breakfast in Egypt our Egyptologist tour guide will take us to the oldest pyramid in Egypt the Step pyramid of Saqqara which dates back to 2700 BC the oldest building on earth and remains till nowadays, this where we are going to learn about the Egyptian believes about the afterlife and why they built their tombs in the shape of a pyramid. After that we will drive to Giza to see one of the seven wonders of the ancient world and the only one remains till nowadays the Great pyramid of King Khufu which consists of 2.3 million piece of stone and the smallest of one ton. Then we will ride a camel in the Sahara desert while we got the pyramids of Giza in the background, after that we will go to visit the biggest one piece of stone statue the Sphinx and the mortuary temple of king Khaefraa the builder of the middle pyramid. After that our tour guide will take us to enjoy our 1st lunch in Egypt in a traditional restaurant. Whatever you are vegetarian or vegan or gluten free, you will the food which suits you in this trip. Back to our hotel in Cairo.

Day 3

Philae temple and a felucca ride sail

Early in the morning we will check out our hotel and drive to Cairo airport to catch our short flight for about 1.15hrs. to Aswan, when we get there will visit the temple of Philaedates back to 3rd centuryBC which was dedicated Goddess ISIS the goddess of magic and beauty, the temple is built in island in the Nile and it was relocated because of building the old dam in 1902 and was relocated in 1972, then we will drive to check in our Nile Cruise which will be our home for the next 3 nights, all our meals included on the cruise. After lunch we are going to enjoy the river Nile by sailing in a traditional sailing boat the Felucca this where the first man ever sailed in the human history. You got the time to enjoy the market in Aswan which is famous with the spices and walk between the locals you might choose it sit with the locals and enjoy a cup of tea with them. Back to cruise for dinner.

Day 4

Nile cruise to Abu Simbel and KomOmbo (optional)

This morning is free, and we got an optional tour to the temples of Abu Simbel which are cut into the rock mountain which means each temple cut from a single piece of stone, the facade of the temple decorated with 20 meters high statues of king Ramses the second the builder of the temples while the temple from inside is full carving and colors, the temples are located about 280 KM south of SAWAN city and it needs an early start at 4 am, the price of this trip is 95$, back to cruise for our lunch the cruise will start sailing to enjoy the scenery of the Nile and the county side of Egypt, in about 3 hours we will reach KomOmbo temple which is dedicated to the crocodile godSobek and the falcon god Horus which temple dates back to 3rd century B.C, the Greek Roman era. While we are there we will see the sacred mummified crocodiles, then back to cruise to sail towards Edfu City.

Day 5

Nile cruise to Edfu temple and Luxor temple

In the morning our tour guide is taking you to Edfu temple the 2nd largest in Egypt the most preserved temple in Egypt which dates back tom 3rd century BC and was dedicated to god Horus the god of protection and the ruler of the sky. Back to cruiseand it will be sailing almost all day to Luxor, we get there in the evening, then we will go to visit the temple of Luxor at night which will be illuminated and looks amazing at this time of the day, the temple dedicated to god Amon the king of all gods and the god of fertility which dates back to 13th and 14th century BC and was built by the two Amenhotep the 3rd and Ramses the 2nd kings back to cruise for dinner.

Day 6

Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut temple, colossi of Memnon, Karnak temple

This morning there is optional to do hot air balloon over the west bank pf Luxor and enjoy the sunrise from the air and fly over of the historical sights and the countryside of Luxor cost is 110$.After our last breakfast on the cruise we will check out and drive to the west of Luxor to visit the Valley of the kings where are most of the famous Pharaohs where buried such as a Tut Ankh Amon, king Ramses the 2nd, Queen Hatshepsut and more, there we will go inside their tombs and see some vivid colors. After that we are visiting the funereal temple of Queen Hatshepsut one of the few women ruled Egypt in its long history. Later we will visit the colossi of Memnon and also we will visit one of the sculpture galleries there where we will learn from the locals how the ancient Egyptian used to deal with the stones, before we leave the country side of the west bank of Luxor we will enjoy a traditional lunch there. Then we cross to the east side of the Nile to visit the biggest and greatest temple in Egypt the 2nd largest in the world the temple of Karnak which was built over 2000 years and considered a historical book states the history of Egypt over 2000 years. Then we are driving for about 4.30hrs.To the Red Sea which is one of the most beautiful waters for scuba diving and snorkeling, where is the city of Hurghada and spend the next 3 nights in all-inclusive resort by the beach. Dinner at the resort.

Day 7

Hurghada, Red Sea

Enjoy the sun and Red Sea at your leisure or you might choose some of our activities there such as scuba diving or spend the day in boat for snorkeling in the Red Sea.

Day 8

Hurghada, Red Sea

Another day by the beach for sun tanning and some cocktails.

Day 9

Hurghada - Cairo

After lunch we will drive north back to Cairo for about 5 hrs. When we get there we will check in our hotel.

Day 10

Egyptian museum, Ibn Tulun Mosque and Khan Elkhalili

After breakfast we will start with a tour to visit the city of Cairo and our first stop will be the Egyptian museum, one of the biggest museums in the world where we will see the treasures of King Tut and his golden mask which weigh 11 kg of solid gold and his golden coffin of 110 kg of gold, and also the royal mummies of the famous pharaohs such as Ramses the great and queen Hatshepsut. Then we drive to the Islamic Cairo where we will visit the oldest remains mosque in Egypt the mosque of Ibn Tulun dates back to 9th century AD after that we will drive to the biggest market in Egypt Khan elkhalili market where we can do our last shopping in Egypt for family and friends and enjoy a cup of tea or some fresh juice in one of the cafes there. Lunch is included while we are in the tour, back to the hotel.

Day 11

Farewell

This this our last breakfast in Egypt then our Egypt Eye Tour representative will take you to Cairo airport to fly home with all the amazing memories and new friends that you've made during your visit to Egypt.

More about Aswan

Egypt’s 3rd largest city, and the largest in Upper Egypt, is situated at the foot of the Nile Valley to the North end of Lake Nasser. It is a major mining area for aluminum and iron as well as also being one of the favorite places for tourists to visit due to it being a major stop for cruise boats; for the River Nile as well as Lake Nasser. It has a local market that is an excellent place to do your holiday shopping; this is especially true if you want spices as you will find the best types of fresh spices here.

More about Cairo

Cairo is The capital of Egypt and the largest city in Africa, the name means “the victorious city”. It is located on both banks of the River Nile near the head of the river’s delta in northern Egypt and has been settled for more than 6000 years, serving as the capital of numerous Egyptian civilizations. Cairo is known locally as “Misr”, the Arabic name for Egypt, because of its centrality in Egyptian life.

More about Giza

There are three main Pyramids here, which were built in the 4th Dynasty (circa 4650 B.C). The Pyramids of Ancient Egypt were built as tombs for Kings (and Queens), and it was the exclusive privilege to have a Pyramid tomb. However, this tradition only applied in the Old and Middle Kingdoms. Today there are more than 115 Pyramids in Egypt; the most famous ones are those at Giza.

More about Hurghada

The city of Hurghada is another major tourist attraction in Egypt. This city draws more than 2.5 million visitors every year, and yields more than 3 billion dollars to Egypt’s economy. Hurghada is located on the Red Sea coast, almost 550 Km from Cairo. Egyptian’s used to call it Ghardaka, from which the name of the city was derived.

More about Khan El Khalili

More about Luxor

Located in Upper Egypt Luxor has been described as the world’s biggest open air museum. Nowadays it has been elevated to the status of Governorate, though it is still classified as being in the province of Qena. It has a population of round about 230,000, most of who are employed in tourism somehow, though there are many who are employed in agriculture and commerce. It is one of the most popular destinations in Egypt, being one of those places that you must see. Because of this almost every tourist company has an office somewhere in the town.

More about Old Cairo City

User Reviews & Comments

  • Terry
    5 out of 5

    Was an amazing experience saw loads of sites and stayed in great hotela. The tour guide Sameh was amazing was good company and taught us a lot. Would recommend to everyone.

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    April 17, 2019

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  • Irene
    5 out of 5

    We've spent the most amazing time with excellent people! Our tour guide Sameh is absolotely wonderful, funny and professional as the rest of the staff and people that attend us in every place we've been to. We've seen so much in 10 days... And we made new funny and kind friends. I would recommend the tour and the visit to this beautiful country. We felt confortable and safe all the time.

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    April 17, 2019

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  • Shanti
    5 out of 5

    The Egypt Eye Tour was truly life changing. There was non stop sight seeing of jaw dropping scenery and ancient history. I was overwhelmed with pure beauty and culture from start to finish. Not to mention the food. It was some of the most amazing food in the most epic locations. Like lunch with a clear view of the sphinx and Pyramids of Giza. And evening dinners on the felucca, while cruising the River Nile, during the sunset. I was blown away! Even with all this, I really could not imagine this tour without Sam. Sam is everything you want in a tour guide and so much more! He is a standup guy who truly has your best interests during the tour. Sam was extremely informative and passionate, passing down as much information as possible. He knows the ins and outs, making sure you get the best deal, wheather it’s shopping or adding activities to your schedule. Sam’s caring hospitality truly warmed my heart and it made this trip an experience of a lifetime.

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    April 13, 2019

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Flexible: All our tours are flexible and can be customized based on your preferences. We can lengthen or shorten any tour according to your needs.

Payment Policy: Reservations should be made as early as possible to book the desired tour. Spaces will be secured upon receiving a deposit of 50%. During Christmas and New Year holidays the deposit is 50%. Deposits can only be made by credit cards, wired transfers and/or Western Union.

Tipping: Tipping is a traditional Egyptian attitude for expressing one’s gratitude for good services rendered by staff on duty. We advise if you are willing to offer it, this would be great and if not, you are not obliged to do it.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation must be made more than 30 days prior to the date of tour.
50% of the tour price will be charged if cancellation is received 60 to 31 days prior to tour date.
15% of the tour price will be charged if cancellation is received from 90 to 61 days prior to tour date.
Full refund of payment will be given if cancellation is received before 91 days prior to check-in date.

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We are a team of professionals who specialize in tourism in Egypt with over 15 years of experience. With us you will discover Egypt, wander the Egyptian streets, ride a camel by the pyramids, watch the sunset over the Nile River from a luxury cruise, discover the tombs inside the Valley of the Kings, and much more.

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See and Sea

Price
$1,345 per person
Duration
11 Days
Destination
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Travellers
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