Day 1 Cairo Arrival Cairo, meet, assist and transfer to hotel
Day 2 Cairo The Pyramids, Sphinx ; sleeper train to Luxor
Day 3 Luxor Karnak Temple, Luxor Temple & the Mummification Museum
Day 4 Luxor West Bank tour :Valley of the Kings, the Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, Colossi of Memnon, a donkey ride and felucca trip
Day 5 El Gouna Transfer to Hurghada / El Gouna. Enjoy the ride!
Day 6 El Gouna Free day at leisure and optional water activities.
Day 7 Cairo Flight back to Cairo, visit Egyptian MuseumDay 8 Cairo Transfer to Cairo International Airport for your departure.
Upon arrival at the airport, our agent will meet and assist you through all the formalities. Then it’s on to your hotel so you may enjoy the rest of your day or evening in Cairo. Overnight at Cairo hotel. (No meals)
Take it easy this morning, we will be pick you up and head for the Pyramids at Giza, home to Cheops, the greatest, largest pyramid ever built and the unique survivor of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World. There are also Chephren and Menkaure and the timeless, enigmatic Sphinx. Here you may choose to take a camel ride and amble around the Pyramids and shoot some memories with your camera. This evening will take you on a sleeper train toward Luxor. Overnight aboard sleeper train. (Breakfast, dinner)
After breakfast, we will cross the Nile to reach the West Bank, to the Valley of the Kings, where tombs of the powerful rulers of the New Kingdom are situated. The best known one is that of Tutankhamun, discovered in 1922. Afterwards, we will head to the Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir el Bahary. Our next stop will be the Colossi of Memnon. If your children so wish, we can include a donkey ride for them. Get some rest this afternoon before you go on for an unforgettable felucca sail; the best way to explore the river, close and personal. Overnight at hotel. (Breakfast)
After breakfast you will cross the river Nile to the West Bank, where you will see the famous Valley of the Kings, with the tombs of the powerful rulers of the New Kingdom. The best known tomb is Tutankhamun's which was discovered in 1922. Then you will go to the Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir el Bahari. The next stop will be the Colossi of Memnon. If there are children travelling with you, we can include a donkey ride for them. In the afternoon you will get a chance to have some rest before experiencing unforgettable felucca ride, which is the best way to explore the Nile, the longest river in the world. (B)
Say goodbye to ancient Egypt and hello to modern resort by the sea. We will travel along the Nile Valley down to Qena. Then take a turn into the Eastern Desert and drive through a dramatic range of mountains down to the Red Sea coastal resort town of El Gouna. The ride is approximately 300kms, which will take us about 5 hours to accomplish. Overnight at Gouna hotel. (Breakfast, dinner)
El Gouna is a small resort town on the Red Sea coast with amazing multicolored reefs, coral islands and beautiful beaches. Enjoy your freedom from touring and sightseeing and just enjoy this paradise on earth. Your hotel will have a nice pool, a stretch of beach and plenty of snorkeling opportunities. You may want to join a group for a snorkeling trip to a nearby islands or reefs. Overnight at Gouna hotel (Breakfast and dinner)
A short domestic flight will have you back in Cairo in time to visit the Egyptian Museum in the afternoon. Overnight at Cairo hotel. (Breakfast, lunch)
Ma al salama. We hope you enjoyed your discovery of Egypt. Our agent will convey you to the airport in time for your flight. Safe travel.