Luxor tours In the captivating Cairo, where present-day human advancement meets history in the entirety of its assorted variety, the blend of civic establishments, societies, and religions will be found on your visit to Cairo.
On a fictional journey into the eternal Nile River, you will live an unforgettable adventure in the arms of the Pharaonic monuments and temples that continue to retain their prestige and beauty to this day, defying history and time.
and Aswan are considered the most famous archaeological cities globally, and some even mention that Luxor alone contains one-third of the monuments on the surface of the earth.
It will be an experience to remember. We are trying to prove that we are the best, and we will go to any extent to do so.
Our representative will greet you upon your arrival with a warm welcome.
When you arrive in Egypt from your native country, our representative will meet and greet you.
He would gladly assist you at the airport and would even bring your things directly to the hotel to help you access your rooms as soon as possible.
Our advisor will go through the schedule with you and set up a time for the next day's visit.
Have a wonderful time and go on exciting adventures.
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 structures 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 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.
Today is the day of glory, so get up and shine.
Breakfast quickly so that we may fly to Abu Simbel to see one of Egypt's most famous temples, the Abu Simbel temple, which is shown on the Egyptian pound.
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.
On today's "Aswan Day," we'll explore some of the most picturesque spots in Aswan.
For most of the twentieth century, Egypt's most significant structure was the High Dam.
As Egypt's primary source of power production, it also maintained the Nile's floodwaters and created the world's biggest manmade lake, Lake Nasser.
Next, we'll take a motorboat to the Philae temple, which is in the centre of the Nile, so we'll enjoy a Nile floating to the temple, which was preserved from the flood before the High Dam's completion.
A short break for lunch will be provided at the Nile Cruise restaurant, where you may relax with a drink and a snack when the tour is over.
It is expected that the ship will arrive at Kom Ombo, Egypt, this afternoon.
Two gods were honored at this temple: Horus (the deity of justice and goodness), and Sobek (the god of magic and mystery).
What a wonderful way to start the day, with a delicious breakfast and a breathtaking view of the Nile.
Our first stop will be the temples of Luxor, or Thebes, as the ancient Egyptians called the city.
The Avenue of Sphinx connects Luxor and Karnak, two ancient Egyptian temples situated east of the Nile.
The Avenue of Sphinx connects Luxor and Karnak, two ancient Egyptian temples situated east of the Nile. is the world's most extensive temple complex, with roughly four temples devoted to the sun god Amun occupying the most of its space.
The Great Temple consists of about ten huge structures.
Our next stop will be the Avenue of the Sphinx, a newly opened road that links the temples of Karnak and Luxor, where we will visit the huge temple before returning to our hotel.
However, Luxor Temple is the most impressive of the two temples. A mosque was built on top of it and a part of the temple was preserved inside it after it was completely buried in sand.
After a delicious breakfast, 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 gigantic.
After that, a flight back to Cairo to have a rest in your hotel there.
All religions have made their way through Egypt and left a mark on the land.
We'll view a variety of Coptic artefacts today, including the Hanging Church, St. Barbara's Church, and the Jewish Synagogue, as well as the Sultan Hassan Mosque.
You'll be able to hear many tales about Egypt's sacred artefacts from a knowledgeable tour guide.
Regardless of your religious beliefs, you will discover historical monuments in Egypt, so take advantage of the hotel's complimentary breakfast and join us as we share the history of the many faiths that formerly called Egypt home.
The pictures you take on your vacation will serve as a lifelong reminder of how much fun you had.
For your international flight, we'll have a representative at the airport to make sure you catch your flight.
We won't say goodbye but instead will say "see you soon" until we meet again.
If you had a good time, please tell your family and friends about us so they may have a good time too.
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