Egypt’s Treasures & Adventures

  • The great pyramids & the Sphinx
    The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization
    the Wadi Rayan Protected Area
    Lake Qarun
    Temple of Philae in Aswan (Temple of Isis,)
    The unfinished obelisk in Aswan
    Nubian village of El-Koubania
    The Aswan High Dam
    Daraw markets
    Kom Ombo temple
    Gebal El-Selsela
    Besao island
    the ancient city of Nekheb
    El-Kab Necropolis
    Karnak and Luxor temples,
    Edfu temple
    Valley of the Kings and temple of Queen Hatshepsut,


Arrive at the international airport of Luxor where you will be met by our representative who will assist you and transfer you to your chosen hotel.

Day2: “Luxor visits”

After breakfast at your hotel, you will start visiting Luxor’s legendary West Bank – home to the famous Valleys of the Kings, the imposing colonnaded temple of Queen Hatshepsut, and the gigantic Colossi of Memnon. See how the ancient Egyptians confounded tomb robbers with the construction of elaborate catacombs, once filled with treasures and highly decorated to allow the pharaoh passage to the afterlife. A stop for lunch at a nice local restaurant. Then you will visit the great legendary temple of the most famous Egyptian queen, Queen Hatshepsut, a stop for a nice lunch in a local restaurant.

Then we will continue the day visiting Karnak Temples. More than a temple, Karnak is a spectacular complex of sanctuaries, pylons, statuettes, and obelisks. Built on a grand scale, Karnak is probably Egypt’s finest ancient temple. A stop for lunch at a nice local restaurant. Then drive to the illuminated Temple of Luxor where we enjoy a tour in the cool evening air. Overnight at your chosen hotel in Luxor

Day3: “Drive to Esna to check in onboard the Dahabiya”

In the morning, we will head to Esna by car (50 km south), Check-in at the dahabiya, and start sailing heading to El-Hegez where you will enjoy a walk through a small village, and the boat will stay there for the night.

Day 4:

Sailing to El-Kab Necropolis, the ancient city of Nekheb, where you can see the remains of the temple and the tombs. After that sailing to Edfu city where you visit the beautifully preserved temple of Horus that has been buried under the desert for hundreds of years. Then set sail for a small island near Edfu and the boat will stay there for the night.

Day 5:

Sailing to Besao island where you will enjoy a walk through the island and see the people’s life and fishing boats. After that sailing visit Gebal El-Selsela where the cliffs on both sides are close to the narrowest point along the length of the entire Nile. Then heading to a near island where the boat will stay for the night.

Day 6:

Sailing to Kom Ombo city where we will visit the double temple of Haroeris and Sobek. After that sailing to Daraw where we will walk through the village and visit the Daraw markets. Then the upgoing sailing trip will continue to the Nubian village of El-Koubania, near Aswan.

Day 7:” Aswan visits”

You will check out In the morning after breakfast on board and then start the visits in Aswan,  you will start the day with a visit to the High Dam and its huge lake then take a short ferry ride to the Romantic and Majestic Philae Temple. A stop for lunch at a nice local restaurant. Then a visit to the unfinished obelisk. By the end of the day, you will have the time to enjoy the beautiful Nubian village.

In the evening you will be transferred to Aswan Airport for a flight to Cairo. Arrive and transfer to your chosen hotel.

Day 8:” Cairo visits”

Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel, then you will be transported back to the time of the ancient Egyptians. Our friendly guide will accompany you to the awe-inspiring Pyramids and Sphinx at Giza. A stop for lunch at a nice local restaurant. Then drive onwards to the Egyptian Museum. At the Egyptian Museum, you will walk through Egypt’s history chronologically and view the priceless treasures from all periods of pharaonic history, from the stone age to the pyramid age and of course the New Kingdom, including artifacts from the tomb of Tutankhamun. At the end, you be back to your hotel in Cairo for the overnight.

Day 9:

You will be picked up from Cairo in a 4×4 car to Fayoum Oasis for a small safari & camping adventure.

Visit LAKE  QARUN: Less than two hours from Cairo, the vast salty Lake Qarun comes into view, and the arid monotonous plains are replaced with a lush patchwork of farming plots, sunflowers swaying in the breeze, and tall date palms with water buffalo lounging in the shade beside them.

Visit The PETRIFIED FOREST: the largest petrified forest in the world, found here, is around 35 million years old. A picnic Lunch will be served.

Visit the BASALT QUARRY: is considered the source of stone used on the temple floors and walls in Ancient times.

Visit AL-RAYAN VALLEY: The ‘waterfalls’ in the Wadi Rayan Protected Area are a major attraction for weekend picnickers from Cairo. Camping and night stay in the desert under the stars with a barbeque dinner

Day 10:

A delicious local breakfast will be served. Then we Visit VALLEY OF THE WHALES: This Unesco World Heritage Site is home to the earliest prehistoric whale fossils ever discovered. The more than 400 skeletons found here are around 40 million years old. Drive back to Cairo, arrive, and check in at your chosen hotel.


After breakfast, you will be transferred to Cairo International Airport for your final departure.

Inclusions :

2 nights’ accommodation at 5* hotels in Luxor on B/B basis
4 nights’ accommodation onboard a Dahabiya Nile boat on F/B basis
1-night camping in the desert near Fayoum Oasis on F/B basis.
3 nights’ accommodation at 5* hotels in Cairo on B/B basis
1 Domestic flight Aswan/Cairo.
An Egyptology tour guide
Sightseeing admissions
Lunch meals during the day tours.
Meet and assist at the airports.
All taxes and service charges.
All the transfers are by A/C coaches.
Private A/C vehicle during the tours

Exclusions :

Egypt ‘s entry visa
Gratuities & personal expenses
Beverages in hotels and restaurants
international & domestic flights

Payment Policy:

For all the classic tours payment  based on the deposit of 25% of the tour cost is required to confirm the tour reservation at the time of confirming, 75 % will be done upon arrival, all our payments are via PayPal, and we accept credit card payments (Visa or MasterCard ONLY)


  1. We ask you kindly to e-mail us your approximate arrival dates & the number of travelers to enable us to provide you with an accurate best quotation.
  2. Prices given are per person traveling. ‘twin/double’ prices per person apply when there are 2 people traveling, sharing a room.
  3. ‘Single supplement’ applies to a single traveler, who requires his own room.
  4. Tour price currency is set to USD but you can pay in Euro or British pounds.
  5. The prices quoted per person per tour all inclusive and prices are always updated to ensure you receive the best price possible.
  6. Once your tour is confirmed we guarantee the price will not be changed.
  7. Kindly note that the tour prices are varying from season to season.


All the transportation during the tour is based on private air-conditioned modern vehicles

Children Policy: 

  1. 0 – 05.99 Free of Charge,
  2. 6 – 11.99 pay 50% of the tour price,
  3. 12+ pay full tour price per adult person,

How to confirm a tour:

For confirmation, we need the names of your group & a copy of your passports to confirm the tour, arrival, and departure dates.


All our tours are private, the vehicles and the tour guide are working only with you and your group, you are free to add or remove any item and match it with your own arrival & departure dates, And accordingly, if there are any changes will accrue in the tour price our guest will be informed with before the tour confirmation

Hotel Rating in Egypt:

Kindly note that the hotel rating in Egypt is not the same as in USA or Europe, so 5* hotels are always recommended. The 3* & 4 * hotels aren’t recommended as we receive complaints from our guests about them.

Overnight Sleeping Trains:

We don’t recommend it, it takes 15 to 18 hours on a very crowded train. The toilets are not clean enough and smelly. Food is not good in general. The beds are not that comfortable. Comment from a client: “However, I am 6’0″ (183 cm) tall and barely fit into the bed — anyone taller would have to curl up.”

We recommend upgrading your reservation to a domestic flight.

Additional Entry Tickets

All tours don’t include entrance fees to some special archaeological sites such as visiting inside one of the pyramids to see the deep burial chambers, the Mummies Room at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, or entering the Tomb of Tutankhamen at Valley of the Kings in Luxor ….etc are also available at extra cost.

Alexandria library:

Note: Alexandria Library is closed on every public holiday. Entering the reading area will need an extra ticket cost.

Hotels and Accommodations
Hotels & Cruises we deal with:

Cairo: Le Méridien Pyramids – Steigenberger – Ramses Hilton.

Fairmont Nile City Cairo – Kempinski Nile

Marriott Mena House – The Nile Ritz-Carlton- Four Seasons – Fairmont Nile Premium.



Four Seasons hotel . Palestine hotel


Luxor: Steigenberger Nile. Hilton-Jolie Ville – Sonesta St. George.

Sofitel Winter Palace.


Nile cruises: MS Emilio, MS Radamis, MS Princess, MS Sara

MS Amwaj Nile Cruise, MS Nile Premium, MS Bule shadow, MS Jaz Jubilee, Crown Emperor, Steigenberger.

Sanctuary Sun Boat – Oberoi Cruises – Movenpick Royal Cruises – Sonesta Cruises – Le Fayan – Ms Farah -MS Amarco suites.


Aswan: Helnan Aswan Resort- Movenpick Resort Aswan


Lake Nasser Nile cruises:

Movenpick Prince Abbas Lake Nasser Cruise


  1. All our scheduled tour departures are guaranteed subject to a minimum of 2 travelers
  2. Tours are available all over the year
  3. Any tour is subject to be customizable according to your needs

Camel ride safari:

You will have the opportunity to take a 15-minute short camel safari from the pyramids down to the sphinx. This is a great photo opportunity!

Traditional felucca ride in Cairo, Luxor, or Aswan:

There’s no better way to appreciate the easy pace of life on the Nile than to join a felucca sail trek. The felucca has been the most popular vessel on the Nile for centuries and is still widely used today. About 11m long and rigged with a tall lateen or triangular sail, it has no motor and relies only on the steady north wind.

Cairo Dahabiya CAFELLUCA

Enjoy Lunch or Dinner on Cairo Nile River cruising on a typical Felluca cruise for 2 hours. You can sail through the heart and soul of Cairo enjoying the tranquil scenes of the Cairo waterline being catered by the finest dining experience with nouvelle cuisine

The sound and light show at the pyramids, Karnak temples or Phiela temple:

You will attend the English version of the sound and light show. The magnificent history and achievements of the ancient Egyptians come to life as the illuminated pyramids and the impressive mysterious sphinx dominate the surrounding darkness, (sound and light schedule could be changed without prior notice)

Nile dinner cruise on the Nile Maxim or similar:

These cruises are known to offer one of the most luxurious dinner cruises on the Nile with the best service. The food and the entertainment (belly dancers, twirling dervishes, and singers) are known to be excellent. This is a dinner option for the tour. dinner cruise booking will be according to the available schedule on the arrival day (5:45 pm to 7:30 pm & 8:15pm to 10:00 pm & 10:30 pm to 12:30 am & dinner cruise schedules could be changed without prior notice)

Dinner in Old Cairo:

Enjoy Cairo’s most spectacular open-air view. Serves fresh salads and delicious oriental and international dishes, you will enjoy the medieval atmosphere and the view of the old mosques and churches in old Cairo

Dinner in a local restaurant:

Near to the hotel to taste the local food &. Here you have a choice of red meat, chicken, fish, calamari & shrimp

Dinner or lunch on board a private yacht:

Enjoy your dinner or lunch on board a private yacht cursing the Nile up and down, only for your group

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