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Day 1: Cairo

Arrive to Cairo international airport,
Meet & Assist at the airport and After going through Immigration, Baggage Claim and Customs,
Transfer to the hotel en route, (the unknown soldiers and the late President Saddat tomb) Overnight. 

Day 2: Cairo 

After breakfast it’s a time to start our sightseeing.
Visit one of the seven wonders of the world the Pyramids of 
Giza and the Great Sphinx that large statue which is one of the 
Most famous monuments in the whole world.
Lunch at a first class restaurant overlooking the Pyramids. 
Visit the Papyrus institute and the perfume shop.
Back to the hotel and Overnight.

Day 3: Cairo 

A.M. visit to the Egyptian Museum where you find the greatest Collections of Egyptian antiquities in the world and the Home of King TUT treasures.
Lunch at a first class restaurant overlooking the Nile.
P.M. Visit the historical old Cairo, The hanging church, ben Azer Synagogue
And Khan El-khalili (bazaar). 

Day 4: Cairo – Abu Simbel

Early morning transfer to Cairo airport and fly to Abu Simbel.
Meet and assist and transfer to your selected lake Nasser cruise ship.
Lunch, Embarkation and the time comes to visit the two magnificent 
Rock-temples of Ramses II and his lovely queen Nefertari in Abu Simbel.
At night, enjoy a candle light dinner overlooking the temples.
Sail to Amada and overnight onboard.

Day 5: Amada – Wadi El Seboua (Valley of Lions)

This morning visit the temple of Amada and the hemi-speos of Derr and The tomb of Pernut.
Sail to Wadi El seboua and visit the temple, the temple of Dakka and the Greco-Roman temple of Meharaka. 

Day 6: Wadi Es Seboua / Aswan

Enjoy the fabulous view while sailing to Aswan 

Day 7: Aswan


Disembarkation after breakfast. 
Visit temple of Kalabsha with itspharaonic aspects with a Greco-Roman style, After noonview of Elephantine Island by felucca (Sailing boat) And visit The Agha Khan Mausoleum. 
Transfer to the cruise ship for an over night.

Day 8: Aswan -Kom Ombo – Edfu

A.M. Right after breakfast visit the High Dam and the temple of Philae.
Lunch and after noon sail to Kom Ombo.
P.M. visit the temple shared by two Gods, Sobek the crocodile God of fertility, and Haroeris, the hawk headed god of the underworld. Cruise to Edfu and overnight.

Day 9: Edfu /Esna/ Luxor

A.M. visit the temple of Horus, the Nile best preserved temple
P.M. Sail to Esna. Cross the lock. Sail to Luxor and overnight.

Day 10:  Luxor

A.M. Cross to the West Bank. Visit the Necropolis of Thebes, and the famous Valley of the Kings, where 64 of Egypt’s Pharaohs had their tombs carved out of solid rock.
The temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir El-bahari, as well as the Colossi of Memnon.
P.M. visit the temple of Luxor and the temple of Karnak, This group of temples was built over a period of approximately 1,500 years. Some of the most important additions made by Thutmose III, who ruled Egypt during the 1400s BC. Hieroglyphs discovered on the temple walls record the events of Thutmose’s numerous military campaigns in Asia and Africa, by which he greatly expanded the Egyptian empire. Overnight on board.
Overnight on board.

Day 11: Luxor – Cairo

A.M. disembarkation after breakfast. 
Transfers to Luxor international airport for a one hour flight to Cairo. The rest of the day will be free at leisure.
Farewell dinner with a folkloric show, Overnight.

Day 12:  Cairo

Pick up from the hotel,
Transfers to the airport for the final departure.




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* Three stars hotel in Cairo and four Stars cruises on the Nile.
** Applies for children 12 years and under sharing room with parents.

- Hotel supplement of $ 200 applies for Christmas and New Year Travel  21 Dec - 31 Dec.


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