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Cairo 02 Nights & Alexandria 01 Nights

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About Cairo
Cairo, Egypt’s sprawling capital, is set on the Nile River. At its heart is Tahrir Square and the vast Egyptian Museum, a trove of antiquities including royal mummies and gilded King Tutankhamun artifacts. Nearby, Giza is the site of the iconic pyramids and Great Sphinx, dating to the 26th century BC. In Gezira Island’s leafy Zamalek district, 187m Cairo Tower affords panoramic city views.
Area: 203.9 mi²
Elevation: 75′
Local time: Wednesday 11:51 AM
Weather: 85°F (29°C), Wind NE at 11 mph (18 km/h), 42% Humidity
Population: 9.5 million (2017)

Departure & Return Location

John F.K. International Airport (Google Map)

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • 02 Nights accommodation in Cairo
  • 01 Night accommodation in Alexandria
  • Daily Buffet Breakfast & Dinner at Hotel
  • 01 Full day tour in Cairo
  • 01 Full day tour in Alexandria
  • Multilingual expert Egyptologist guide.
  • All your tours and excursions are with Luxury AC bus.
  • Dinner cruise in Cairo .
  • All taxes and service Charges

Price Excludes

  • Visa Entry for Egypt.
  • Entry for Egypt. - International Flights
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Any other items not mentioned.
  • Any Optional tours.
  • Any meals not stated on the itinerary.
  • -Grand Pyramids entrance - Mummy room.
  • Grand Pyramids entrance fee-25 USD
  • Mummy room entrance fee--15 USD


    Best Time for Nile River Cruises

    The best time to go on a Nile cruise is between October and April. It’s not too hot, which is important since you’ll be hopping on and off to visit temples along the way. The heat in Aswan and Luxor is intense, and it’s not recommended that you travel during the peak summer months from June through August. The average temperatures hover over the 100 F (40 C) mark, and it’s even hotter when you’re inside some of the tombs. Plus, there’s not a lot of shade around.

    Although the river boats that cruise the Nile tend not to vary in size, there is a fair amount of variation in quality. While several river cruise lines have ships in the region, they don’t always offer the itineraries, depending on interest. In 2016, look at Viking, Avalon Waterways, Abercrombie & Kent, Sanctuary Retreats, Movenpick, eWaterways, Uniworld, Sonesta Nile Cruises, Nile Exploration, Oberoi and Travcoa.


      Day 1CAIRO

      Arrival in Cairo international airport ( Flight Number EK 927 ) At 10.05 , Meet & Assist
      at the airport and After going through Immigration, Baggage Claim and Customs, Lunch
      on the way then Transfer to the hotel , and over night



      Pyramids of Choeps, Chepren and Mycerious.
      The great pyramids are the only ones surviving of the seven wonders of the
      ancient world. They are Egypt’s most visited monuments and among the worlds
      greatest tourist attractions.
       The Ancient Egyptians built the pyramids as tombs to preserve the bodies of
      their dead kings, especially that they believed in resurrection and immortality,
      The Pyramids of Giza lie at the western edge of Greater Cairo, about 10 kms from
      downtown, and comprise:
      The Great Pyramid
      The most famous structure in the world and the only survivingof the Seven

      Cairo—Alexandria—Cairo Wonders of the Ancient World. It was built by King Khufu (Cheops) of the IV
      Dynasty around 2650 BC. lts height now is 137 m (original height: 146 m).
      Almost 2.5 million blocks of stone were put into building this pyramid. All this,
      however, dwindles when compared to the precision and astounding ability of the
      ancient Egyptian in building this pyramid. Close to the eastern flank of the
      Pyramid of Khufu lie three small pyramids dedicated either to his wives or family
      The Second Pyramid
      Built by Khafre (Chephren), south-west of his father’s (Khufu’s) pyramid though
      lower in height: 136 m. It still retains, on some of its upper parts, the remains of
      the limestone that had once covered it all. At the base, it measures 215.5 m
      square. lts interior is simple, with two entrances on the north side. The visitor
      can also still see the remains of Khafre’s mortuary temple, the Temple of the
      Valley, and rising causeway. These temples witnessed the religious rites during
      the embalming of the body.
      The Third Pyramid
      Built by Menkaure (Mycerinus), south-west of the Great and Second Pyramids. It
      is much smaller than either one (62 m high). It is distinguished by the fact that
      the lower part of its sides still retain their granite slab coverings.
       THE SPHINX
       On the way to the Temple of the Valley, lies the large statue of the Sphinx. The
      Sphinx is carved from a single piece of stone.  One of most famous monuments in
      the world, it is indeed a legendary statue for it has the body of lion and the face of
      a man. lt is 70 m long and 20 m high. The face of the Sphinx closely resembles
      that of King Kephren.
       Lunch at local restaurant. 
      Called the museum of the Egyptian antiquities, it is one of the greatest museums
      you will ever see, housing an unrivalled collection of antiquities reaching back
      In the evening there is Nile cruise Dinner, which lasts for 2 hours, sailing on
      the Nile with Folkloric Shows and Belly Dancers. At the end of this cruise you will
      be driven back to your hotel
      Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


      Breakfast at the hotel.
      Highlights of the day:
      Cairo—Alexandria—Cairo Then Transfer to Alexandria by road (2.5 hrs approx) , arrive Alexandria , dinner and
      over night in hotel  
      Kom El Shoukafa is an underground wonder   world of ornate carvings and
      paintings and a mixture of Roman and Egyptian designs. It is the largest
      Roman Funerary complex in Egypt. And dates from the second century A.D.
      This warren of tombs, on three levels, also contains the Triclinium, where
      relatives used to sit on stone benches to feast the dead, and a central tomb
      with reliefs of bearded serpents. Inside are 2nd century A.D. statues of Sobek
      and Anubis wearing roman armor.
      This citadel is the further most edifices on the harbors arm. The fort is on the
      original site of the Pharos, Alexandria’s ancient lighthouse, built in 279 BC to
      a height of 12 meters and topped with the statue of Poseidon. Although
      Pharos was restored at various times it had finally crumbled by the time the
      original fort was built here, in the 1480’s. This magnificent structure houses
      Fort Qait Beys naval museum.
      Over Night In Alexandria
      Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

      Day 4Departure

      Early breakfast at the hotel followed by check-out. You will then be transferred to Cairo
      Airport for your final departure
      Meals: Breakfast.
      Note: This program is depends on the flight time .