(10 Nights / 11 Days )

Cairo / Nile Cruise / Aswan / Luxor / Sharm el Sheikh / Jordan


Day 1:

Upon your arrival at Cairo International Airport you will be met and assisted by our Representative who will be holding a sign bearing your name (Please advise us of your exact international flight details: Airline, flight number and arrival time).   Our Rep will guide you through luggage identification, portage and customs clearance. Then he or she will drive you by private air-conditioned car to your hotel and assist you with check-in. Overnight in Cairo


Day 2:

Breakfast at hotel Our private professional Egyptology English Speaking Guide will meet you to accompany you by air conditioned private car to visit The Great three Pyramids one of the seven wonders of the ancient World. The largest and oldest of the Pyramids of Giza is that of Cheops (Khufu) was built in the 4th dynasty about 2960 B.C and visiting them is an experience not to be missed to discover the main idea was to build the pyramids; the ancient Egyptian believed in their belief that the spirit life after death and existence eternal life. So, near the pyramid there they placed wooden boats, to be at the disposal of the king when he went on his journey of day and night with the sun god (RA), in the after world. In the front of the Pyramid of Khephre, we find the Sphinx carved from a single piece of stone, Eulogized in poetry, enthroned in legend, the Sphinx remains a symbol of strength, wisdom and mystery for eons. The body of a lion with the head of a king or God .The Sphinx faces the rising sun with a temple to the front which resembles the sun temples. Lunch at Oriental Restaurant visit Sakkara more ancient site than that of Giza contains tombs and temples spanning a 3,000 year period visiting The Step Pyramid of Djoser. Then visit Memphis the city of Memphis was of great importance throughout Pharaonic history. For much of the time it was the capital of the 'Two Lands (upper Egypt and lower Egypt), but even when Thebes grew to be the royal and religious capital during the New Kingdom. Then Drive back to Your hotel & Overnight in Cairo


Day 3:

Breakfast at Hotel & Check-out  Our private professional Egyptology English Speaking Guide will meet you to accompany you by air conditioned private car to visit Egyptian Museum which exhibited collections now exceed 120000 objects ranges from prehistoric era to the Greco – Roman period .It has actually been calculated that if you spend one minute at each exhibit it will take nine months to see the whole collection! Of course, everybody wants to see the treasures from Tutankhamen's tomb - these occupy a large area along almost two side of the upper floor. Chariots, gloves, jeweler, the famous mask - many of the antiquities from his tomb are displayed there. visit Citadel of SALADIN built by SALADIN in 12th s to the west on a rare clear day. Saladin built this fortress to protect the old city of Cairo. Alabaster Mosque. visit Coptic Cairo; The Hanging Church (El Muallaqa, Sitt Mariam, St Mary) is built on top of southern tower gate of the Babylon fortress, thus the name, which liter all translates from Arabic into ‘suspended’. The church was built and rebuilt a number of times, first in the 3rd or 4th century and finally in the 11th century when it became the seat of the Coptic patriarch until the 14th century. It is built in the Basilica Style. Then visit Jewish Synagogue lying at the end point of Church buildings, is reported to have been erected in the 6th or presumably the 9th Century AD. The temple site and the surrounding grounds, originally a property of the church, were acquired by the Jews in return for "kantars of gold". The basilica-style temple contains a Jewish heritage library that was inaugurated on November 25, 1997. Visit Mary Girgis The image of St George as a Roman soldier mounted on a fine Arabian horse and spearing a dragon is a familiar one throughout Old Cairo, where there are two facilities dedicated to him. Throughout the Christian East, Saint George is undoubtedly the most popular warrior-saint, and in the Coptic churches of Cairo  there are now more than twenty relics of the equestrian saint. Lunch at Oriental Restaurant Khan el-Khalili it is both Cairo’s largest tourist trap after the Pyramids, as well as the heart of Islamic Cairo life, a place Islamic Cairo for a reason. It was the heart of Cairo throughout the reigns of the various Islamic Empires that ruled Egypt, and so, not surprisingly, many of the main highlights are Mosques. The Mosques of Ibn Tulun, Sultan Hassan, and al-Azhar are the main ones, but there are plenty of others scattered throughout. Beyond the mosques there are the two great shopping areas of Khan el-Khalili and Street of the tentmakers. Any stop in the Khan should also include a stop at the famous al-Fishawy Café for a true Cairene experience. Other than that, the joy of Islamic Cairo comes from just walking around, taking in the sights, and experiencing daily Cairene life. Then Our Rep will meet you to escort you to Railway Station to Take First Class sleeping Train to Aswan Based on Dinner & Breakfast , Dinner & Overnight on Board Train


Day 4:

Breakfast on Board Train , Arrive Aswan our Rep will meet You to escort you by private AC car to transfer to Your Nile Cruise Your Accommodation will be Full Board Start with Lunch end with Breakfast. Embark On Board Cruise , take Your Lunch then our Private Professional Egyptology English Speaking guide will meet you to accompany you by private air-conditioned Motor Coach to visit The High Dam a modern wonder built to divert the Nile to prevent flooding and provides irrigation and electricity for the whole of Egypt . Then visit Philae Temple was dismantled and reassembled (on Agilika Island about 550 meters from its original home on Philae Island ) in the wake of the High Dam. The temple dedicated to the goddess Isis is in a beautiful setting which has been landscaped to match its original site. then View of Elephantine Island  by Felucca (sailing boat) The island is very beautiful, and while many of the artifacts there are in ruin One of its main attractions it's Nilometer, which is one of only three on the Nile, which was d to measure the water level of the Nile as late as the nineteenth century.  its  island in the centre of the Nile at Aswan. This was the original 'border town' between Egypt and the Nubian lands to the south and in ancient times was an important strategic position both for the defence of the border and as a trading route. Its ancient name was 'Abu' or 'Yebu', which means elephant ad was probably derived from the shape of the smooth grey boulders which surround the island, looking like elephants in the water. Then view of the Agha Khan Mausoleum This is the Mausoleum of Aga Sultan Mohammed Shah the spiritual leader of the Ismailis, a Shi'ite Sect based principally in India but with followers around the world. The Aga Khan III (1877-1959) Chose Aswan for building his beautiful villa for its beauty and perfect winter climate, where he Preferred to spend the winter and eventually he chose to be buried in Aswan as well. View of  Botanical Garden by Felucca will find a peaceful paradise, full of shady trees, beautiful flowers and unusual plants among the paved walk ways. it later used as a research station for examining different food and cash crops. Dinner & Overnight On Board


Day 5:

Breakfast on Board . Sail to Kom Ombo our Private Professional Egyptology English Speaking guide will meet you to accompany you by private air-conditioned car to visit Temple of Kom Ombo the temple is unique because it is in fact a double temple, dedicated to Sobek the crocodile god, and Horus the falcon-headed god. Lunch Then Sail to Edfu & Visit Temple of Horus in Edfu where the temple was excavated last century by Auguste Mariette. Its courtyard and surrounds were buried beneath sand and also houses built by local villagers. Deep within the temple is the sanctuary where a statue of Horus would have been cared for by priests. Dinner & Overnight On Board.


Day 6:

Breakfast on Board . Sail to Luxor our Private Professional Egyptology English Speaking guide will meet you to accompany you by private air-conditioned car to visit West Bank Valley of Kings Egyptian thought that (To speak the name of the dead is to make him live again" is certainly carried out in the building of the tombs), where the ancient Egyptians entombed their leaders. Many tombs have been raided, and many artifacts are in museums worldwide, but the guide will tell you interesting stories as you soak in the atmosphere. Then visit Temple of Queen Hatshepsut is one of the most dramatically situated in the world. The queen's architect, Senenmut, designed it and set it at the head of a valley over shadowed by the Peak. Visit Colossi Of Memnon which Amenhotep III, built a mortuary temple in Thebes that was guarded by two gigantic statues on the outer gates they called "colossi of Memnon". Lunch then Visit Karnak Temple built over 2000 years and dedicated to the Theben triad of Amon, Mut and Khons. Karnak can be a confusing place, its buildings spanning a long period in Egyptian history. Most visitors have very little time to see much of the temple, and many visits are needed to get even a brief idea of the temple as a whole. Then visit Luxor Temple the center of the most important one, the festival of Opet (Once a year the divine image of Amun with his consort Mut and their son Khonsu would journey in their sacred barques from Karnak Temples to the temple at Luxor to celebrate the festival which was held during the inundation. It Built largely by Amenhotep III and Ramesses II, it appears that the temple's purpose was for a suitable setting for the rituals of the festival. Dinner and Overnight on Board Cruise


Day 7:

Disembarkation after breakfast, The Our Rep will meet you to accompany you by private air-conditioned car to transfer to Luxor Domestic Aiport to fly to Sharm. Arrive Sham Air-Port Our rep will meet you with the sign of your name to accompany you by private air-conditioned car to transfer to your hotel , Check-in . Free Day at Leisure Our Representative  will meet you at 16:00 A.M to transfer you by air conditioned car into the desert as you will experience the desert and mountains of Egypt's Eastern Desert. There are some wonderful nature treks, including some areas with very ancient rock carvings. One can experience this the Arabs way, riding a camel in the desert and enjoying the view of the colorful mountains and rocks. A Bedouin oasis will be waiting for you in the desert to rest and drink Arabian tea. You will Experience desert in the nomadic Style, you can there get  Riding Camel guided by Bedouin, even if you're already riding horse back you'll find this a totally different way to travel. Then Short talk on Bedouin Culture and opportunity to watch the Sun set through the Colored Mountains. Dinner will be served in the open air under the stars. Bedouin Folkloric performers will entertain you while a sound and light atmosphere will set the scene. Transfer Back to Sharm & Overnight in Sharm  


Day 8:

Breakfast at hotel & check-out . Our Rep will meet you at your hotel to Drive you by Private AC car to Nuiwbaa Port to Take Your Ferry Boat to Aqba . Arrive Aqba Our Rep will meet you with the sign of Your name to escort you by Private AC car to transfer to visit Wadi Rum With its red and white sand and strangely shaped mountains Wadi Rum is nothing like the large yellow sand area that people imagine when they think of a desert. Wadi Rum is different. Many years ago, the Wadi Rum area was sea and the water shaped the mountains in a way that is unique. For thousands of years people lived here under difficult circumstances. Even the Nabateans once stayed in Rum and the evidence is still here. A maze of monolithic rocks capes rise up from the desert floor to heights of 1,750 meters creating a natural challenge for serious mountaineers. Hikers can enjoy the tranquility of the boundless empty spaces, explore the canyons and water holes to discover 4000 year old rock drawings and the many other spectacular treasures this vast wilderness holds in store.   then Petra for dinner and Overnight in Petra.


Day 9:

Breakfast at hotel, then Full Day tour to visit Petra  " THE RED ROSE CITY " You will never be able to know what Petra is like until you go there by yourself" wrote T.E. Lawrence in a letter to a friend. How to describe Petra ? the fabulous temple of Stephen Spielberg 's "Indiana Jones and the" Last Crusade" is actually only a minor part of the secret Desert city. The traveler will discover a first temple, then a second one, then a whole city carved more than 2000 years ago in pink sandstoe. due to erosion, the rock changes into many-colored veins of purple, red, blue and ocher. it gives to the buildings of the ancient city an eerie "translucid appearance of flesh. " This is Petra , capital of the Nabateans who once controlled the Arab trade of silk, frankincense  and spices. Petra defied the Roman Empire until 106 A.D. a narrow canyon between awe-inspiring cliffs is the only way to the scret city. A handfl of men could defend its access against an army. Today just like in ancient times, you have to go through the canyon on foot or on horseback led by a Bedouin. Petra, the hidden city, will remain in the traveler's memories as a unique experience. Drive back to your hotel & Overnight in Petra.


Day 10:

Breakfast at hotel & Check-out . then proceed to Aqba to Take Ferry Boat to Nuiwbaa. Arrive Nuiwbaa Our Rep will be waiting for you holding a Sign with Your name on it to escort you by private AC car to Cairo its take almost 6 hours , Overnight in Cairo


Day 11:

Breakfast at hotel & Check-out . our Rep will meet you to accompany you by private air-conditioned car to transfer to Cairo International Airport in where you will be assisted in luggage portage and Through Passport Control Formalities for Final Departure.(Please Advise Your Exact International Flight Details: Air-carrier Name, Flight Number and Departure Time).


The Program Includes:

  • 03 Nights Cairo  , Based on Bed & Breakfast.
  • 03 Nights Nile Cruise Based On Full Board { Lunch, Dinner & Breakfast.
  • 01 Night Sleeping Train Cairo / Aswan,  Based on Dinner & Breakfast.
  • 01 Nights Sharm Five Stars Based on All Inclusive.
  • 02 Nights Petra, Based on Half Board .
  • English Speaking Guide for Petra Visit only.
  • Free Entry Visa to Jordan.
  • Boat Ticket  Nuiwbaa  - Aqaba - Nuiwbaa.
  • All meet and assist as program by Our  Representative.  
  • All the transfers as mentioned in the Program by Private Air-conditioned Car.
  • All Sightseeing as mentioned in the Program by  Private Car & Private guide .
  • All Entrance fees during sightseeing with Private Professional English Speaking guide.
  • All service charge & taxes.


The Program Excludes:

  • Entry Visa to Egypt.
  • Entry Visa & Exit Tax From. Jordan.
  • Any Other Items Not Mentioned above .
  • Tipping.