Arrival At Cairo Airport - Check in Hotel
Once your plane lands at Cairo International Airport, our “Mody Egypt Tours” representative will get you at the terminal gate and he will receive you in a very friendly way then assist you through your travel procedures and arrival formalities then you will be met by your highly qualified tour guide who will transfer you to hotel in Cairo to check-in and get your well prepared your room to rest.
Trip to the Best Pyramids of Egypt
You will begin your day trip with a delicious breakfast before you will be guided by an expert Egyptologist to visit Giza Necropolis is the truly face of the Ancient Egyptian Civilization which dated back to the period of the 4th dynasty. The complex consists of three known magnificent pyramids dedicated to the great kings of Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure who ruled Egypt in the 4th dynasty who had chosen the pyramids structure to be their immortal burial sites. This significantly structured largest statue was created for King Chephren, one of the kings of the 4th dynasty. The Great Sphinx was thought to be the wild bodyguard of Giza Pyramids and other monumental objects at Giza Complex, thus it was made with the shape of a pharaoh’s head and a lion’s body to be more frightening for the enemies. The Valley Temple is a funerary temple which is located at Giza Plateau and carved from local limestone. A part of the temple was constructed with pink granite and a part with Tura limestone. The valley Temple was mainly established for the purification of the kings’ mummies and for the mummification process. Your wonderful lunch will be ready at a reputable highly recommended restaurant then you will witness Djoser Step Pyramid was established in the Saqqara Necropolis above the Nile Valley in the 3rd dynasty and it was thought to be the first pyramid ever designed and constructed by the genius architect Imhotep. Unlike the other pyramids built during that time, the pyramid consists of six steps and made from stones in addition to other materials like reeds and wood. Memphis City is the ancient Egyptian capital during the Old Kingdom which was believed to that was discovered by the first pharaoh of the 1st dynasty and this means that the city is over 5000 years old. We’ll transfer you back to your hotel.
Fly to Luxor East Bank Tour
Have breakfast then you will catch around an hour flight to Luxor and once you reach Luxor, you will be led by your highly qualified tour guide to visit: Karnak temple is the biggest religious site in Ancient Egypt dated back to more than 4000 years. Due to its wide popularity, Karnak Temple is the main historical site for thousands of Egyptian visitors. The site is too massive to the extent which some visitors believe that it needs almost one full day to discover the city and it’s enough to know that the total site covers around 200 acres. You will be driven to an Egyptian good quality restaurant to have lunch then check in hotel for some rest then you will be escorted to visit: Luxor Temple is one the most remarkable monumental achievements dated back to the New Kingdom. It was constructed by Amenophis III. Unlike most temples erected at that time, Luxor Temple was established not only for religious ceremonies but only to be a shrine so that the people could worship the divine portion of the king, called the royal “Ka“. You will spend the night at your Luxor hotel.
Luxor West Bank Tour
Enjoy the best breakfast at your hotel then you will witness the magnificent attractions of the West Bank in Luxor including With no question, Valley of the Kings is the most awe-inspiring architectural structure in the ancient city of Luxor. It’s just a royal necropolis that was mainly built to be burial sites for the pharaohs and nobles of the New Kingdom. Hatshepsut temple is one of the most striking monumental features in the ancient world. This blissful temple is located below the rocky cliffs of “Deir El Bahari” and it’s dedicated to Queen Hatshepsut who ruled the country during the period of the 18th dynasty. The Colossi of Memnon consists of twin massive sculptures towered 23 meters in height standing at the entrance of the ancient city of Thebes guarding the mortuary temple of Amenhotep III and this site is the first to welcome the visitors of the Theban necropolis. Enjoy your lunch meal at a Nile view restaurant then move to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Transfer to Hurghada Red Sea
Breakfast at the hotel in Luxor then we will take you in three hours driving to Hurghada by a private A.C vehicle and once you arrive, check-in at hotel and spend the rest of the day on your own.
Desert Safari By Quads
Have breakfast then you will begin a wonderful Desert Safari by quads plus a fantastic camel ride and a B.B.Q dinner with some folkloric shows then return to your hotel.
Scuba Diving in Hurghada
You will be led to take a well-equipped boat to one of the best diving spots to experience the splendors of the Red Sea through charming Scuba Diving and have lunch on the boat before you will be back to the hotel.
Free Day in Hurghada
Have a free day Hurghada to discover the city on your own.
Fly Back to the Best of Cairo
Start with a breakfast meal at the hotel then you will fly to Cairo where you will find one of our skillful tour guides waiting for you at Cairo Airport to witness: The Egyptian Museum is the house to the world’s largest historical collection of ancient Egyptian relics and artifacts dated back to more than 3000 years where the timeless mummy of the awesome King Tutankhamen and many more had been placed. Lunch is offered at an Egyptian local restaurant then move to Saladin Citadel is an Islamic fortress built-in 1183 CE during the medieval era and it was served as a protective fortification against the Crusaders invasion and through Cairo Citadel, you will witness: Mohammed Ali Mosque “The Alabaster Mosque” as it’s called, is the symbol of beautiful Egyptian architecture and due to its extreme glamour; it attracts thousands of visitors from all religions. It was constructed upon the request of the Mohammed Ali Pasha in 1830 and completed in 1857. The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) is at the heart of old Cairo the ancient city of El Fustat which was the first capital of Egypt during the beginning of the Islamic age. Every traveler will get to explore a unique number of artifacts from a number of artifacts that date back to more than 4500 years. And your final stop will be at: Khan El Khalili bazaar is an ancient Egyptian market that has a big variety of foods, goods, souvenirs, and clothes that you can get some of them to immortalize your trip. Check-in hotel and spend the night.
Day 10 Check Out & Final Departure
Breakfast, check out then you will be taken to Cairo International Airport and get ready to catch your international flight back home.