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It is a time when an unforgettable journey to the land of the Pharaohs and the cradle of history begins. The program of this trip has been carefully designed to ensure that it is full of thrill, fun, and fun.
You will visit Cairo and tour the streets to learn about the mix of cultures that make up the city.
In Luxor tours, you will be able to visit the ruins of the Temple of Abydos, created by Ramesses II 1200 years ago. In Aswan, one cannot lose sight of seeing the great Temple of Abu Simbel, an architectural miracle.
The day of your arrival is significant for us since everything will be ready for you so that you will get VIP treatment when you arrive.
Our representative will meet you at the airport with a private vehicle to transport you to your hotel.
Rest today, and tomorrow we'll have another meeting to start your scheduled visits.
It's Grandeur's Day, and breakfast is on the menu. Before your trip starts, you'll be able to have a delicious breakfast at your hotel.
To view the pyramids, the greatest archaeological structure in the world, is to witness their magnificence.
We will view nine pyramids in the Giza region today, including the step pyramid, the pyramid of King Djoser, and the original shape of the pyramids created.
Memphis, Egypt's ancient capital, will also be on our itinerary since it is the oldest city ever unearthed in the country. Lunch will be provided at one of the excellent restaurants that serve good meals to their customers.
Enjoy your hot breakfast at your hotel. Get ready to visit the treasure, but it's not hidden.
It is displayed in the Egyptian Museum, which contains treasures that tell the story of the ancient Egyptians and their beliefs, and the treasure of the young king, Tutankhamun, that was fully discovered and is known as the Precious Treasure.
The Citadel of Salah al-Din al-Ayyubi is one of the most significant and magnificent castles of the Middle Ages, serving as a fortress to safeguard Egypt throughout the ancient battles.
This castle houses the magnificent Makhmad Ali Mosque as well as various well-known museums, including as the Military Museum, which has many historic battle instruments as well as replicas of soldiers and antique vehicles.
The view overlooking this castle, where you can see all of Cairo from the top of the castle in the courtyard of the Mosque of Muhammad Ali, is one of the most breathtaking views there.
After finishing, we will visit the shops, antiques, and gift areas in El Khalili, where you can buy souvenirs for yourself and your friends.
We'll take care of lunch for you, so you won't have to. Your tour guide will take you to a local restaurant where you can eat before heading back to the hotel to hit the sack.
This isn't the last time we'll be in Cairo, and we plan to return.
After breakfast, we'll take a one-hour flight to Luxor, which houses two-thirds of the world's antiquities. Take an early morning ride with your guide and private driver to the west bank of the Nile, the place where the old Egyptians buired their kings and queens.
They thought the sun's setting was the meaning of death. That's the reason they built all their tombs on the west side of the Nile.
After the tombs, we will visit the temple of the most powerful woman in ancient Egypt, the queen Hatshepsut, the only woman who ruled Egypt.
While we are driving back, we will find two huge statues of Memnon, where we will stop to take memorable photos with the two gigantics.
The temples of Luxor and Karnak are located in the east, and the holy route connecting them is known as the Avenue of Sphinx.
Karnak Temple is the world's biggest temple complex, consisting of around four temples dedicated to the sun deity Amun.
The Great Temple is made up of a collection of roughly 10 massive edifices.
After seeing the great temple, we will take a tour of the holy road, the route of the gods, which is the recently opened road, the Avenue of Sphinx, as it connects the temples of Karnak and Luxor.
Luxor Temple is the smaller of the two temples, but it is much more magnificent. It was totally covered in sand, and a mosque was erected over it, which still stands today and incorporates a portion of the temple.
On this day your will have your lunch meal in a local restaurant during your visit.
The Dendera Temple, located north of Luxor, is dedicated to the goddess Hathor, one of the most beautiful and significant goddesses among the ancient Egyptians.
This goddess represented the regeneration of life since she was a sign of dancing, music, and the sky.
This temple is regarded as one of the best maintained in the world.
We will leave immediately after breakfast towards the north of Luxor, where we will begin with this temple, the temple of the goddess Hathor.
Following our visit to Hathor, we will travel north to the temple of Abydos, which saw the love tale of Isis and Osiris more than 33 centuries ago.
The Temple of Abydos features some rare full-color pictures, and it was a site of religious holiness for the ancient Egyptians, who came here to confess and beg forgiveness from the god of resurrection and life, Osiris.
Because the tour will last the whole day, lunch will be included in the visit itinerary.
Early in the morning, we will drive north to the temple of Horus, Edfu Temple.We will take a carriage to the Temple of Edfu, also known as the Temple of Horus, which is Egypt's second-greatest temple after Karnak. This temple was likewise erected during the Roman Empire and is Egypt's most complete temple. At Edfu Temple, goodness prevails, which is a suitable testament to the temple's name. The winged sun sign was inherited by Osiris' son, Horus, who used it to defeat Set, the god of evil. The events of this story are shown and narrated in great detail in this temple.
On our way to Aswan, we will pass through the Temple of Kom Ombo, also known as the Double Temple.
Because this temple was devoted to the worship of both Horus and Sobek, it seems to be split into two sections, each with its own god.
Breakfast at your hotel today, and lunch that we will serve you during the tour and before arriving in Aswan to stay in one of the comfortable hotels there.
Sir, good morning. Rise and shine; you've arrived at the kingdom of gold, Aswan.
Enjoy a great breakfast in your hotel before departing on a gorgeous and pleasant tour of Aswan's attractions.
The High Dam was the most important building in Egypt in the twentieth century.
As it was the main source of electricity generation in Egypt, it also preserved the wasted water of the Nile due to the floods and formed the largest artificial lake in the world, Lake Nasser.
After that, we will go together to the Philae temple, which is located in the middle of the water, so we will go to this temple by a motor boat to enjoy a Nile drifting to the Philae temple, which was saved from the flood before the construction of the High Dam.
During visits, there is also lunch at one of the wonderful restaurants overlooking the Nile where you may have a fantastic meal.
We will leave the hotel early today, and a breakfast box will be made for you to take with you to Abu Simbel.
It's a trip that takes 3 hours one way and the same way back.
A private vehicle will transport you to Abu Simbel, where you will be met by a friendly guide who will explain everything about this majestic structure, the Abu Simbel temple.
One of the Pharaohs' miracles is preserved at the Abu Simbel Temple. The temple was planned so that the sun would be perpendicular to King Ramses II's face at the start of the planting season in October and the start of the harvest season in February.
Every year, on the 22nd of October and the 22nd of February, the miracle is repeated.
When we return, we will go straight to Aswan Airport to catch a flight to Cairo.
We realize it's been a long day, but it's finally done.
Our agent will be waiting for you and will quickly transport you to your hotel to relax.
Even though it's the final day of your program, you've had a good time so far.
After breakfast, let's go to Alexandria, Egypt's most beautiful coastal city.
We will head to the Roman Theatre to see one of the most beautiful Roman monuments. Kom El Shoqafa's three floors of tombs will also be visited. After that, our day journey will continue by visiting Elsawary, Montaza Garden, Citadel of Qaytbay, and Alexandria Library from outside.
Having lunch in front of the waves of the sea is a wonderful step to launch.
This afternoon, we'll have lunch on the beach before returning to Cairo.
Many wonderful adventures were made along the lengthy voyage.
You captured moments that will last a lifetime in your family book.
Our representative will be there to make sure you get to the airport on time for your international flight.
We will not say goodbye, but we will say "see you soon" till we see each other once again.
Please tell your family and friends about us so they can enjoy themselves just as much as you did.