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Sharm El Sheikh and Cairo Holiday Package for 999 USD











 
Day # 1: Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

Arrive at Sharm El Sheikh. Upon your arrival you will be met by egyptraveluxe Representative and then you will be transferred to your hotel for check in, and enjoy some free time to relax with a peaceful overnight stay.

Day # 2: Sharm El Sheikh / Giza Sightseeing Tours

Breakfast at your hotel in Sharm el sheikh then you will be transferred to Sharm el sheikh airport to fly to Cairo, where you will be met and assisted and then you will be accompanied by your English speaking guide and driver for a full day tour in Cairo to visit The Pyramids, the Great Sphinx , The Alabaster status of Ramses II IN Memphis , The Step Pyramid and tombs in Sakkara - with lunch and Shopping tour at Pyramids bazaars and papyrus institutes also included -Cairo overnight

Day # 3: Cairo Sightseeing Tours /Luxor

After breakfast you will be escorted by your English speaking guide and driver for a full day tour in Cairo to visit the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, The Citadel of Saladin Mohammed Ali Alabaster Mosque, The Coptic churches- with lunch break. The tour includes a visit to Khan El Khalili Bazaar, from there you will be transferred to Giza train terminal to board your first class sleeper train to Luxor with dinner and overnight stay aboard train

Day # 4: Luxor sightseeing

Breakfast aboard train before arriving Luxor and then you will be met and assisted and by your English speaking guide and driver for a wonderful tour to visit East Bank of the Nile in Luxor to the Karnak temple and Luxor temple with lunch included. With free time at leisure in Luxor for shopping then will be transferred to your hotel for check in with free time at leisure and overnight stay in Luxor

Day # 5: Luxor Sightseeing Tour / Sharm
Breakfast at your hotel in Luxor and then you will be accompanied to visit the West Bank of the River Nile in Luxor to the Valley of the Kings, the temple of Queen Hatshipsut at El Deir EL Bahari and the Colossi of Memnon and then back to cruise for lunch break.and then you will be transferred to Luxor airport for departure to Sharm, where you will be met and assisted and transferred to your hotel for free time at leisure and overnight stay

Day # 6: Sharm El Sheikh Holiday

Breakfast at your hotel in Sharm with free time at leisure and overnight stay Optional Safari Tour to Colored Canyon from Sharm El Sheikh one of the natural wonders of the Sinai, the Colored Canyon is awe-inspiring, take a walk in between dramatic sandstone canyon walls streaked with melting yellows, purples, reds, magentas and gold. In certain places the canyon walls reach up to 40 meters. You feel as if you are enclosed in a spectacular coloring book.
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Day # 7: Sharm El Sheikh Holiday

Optional Excursions to Ras Mohammed National Park from Sharm El Sheikh Ras Mohammed National Park is both a terrestrial and an aquatic nature reserve. The 480 square kilometre protected area lies where the Gulf of Suez meets the Gulf of Aqaba at Sinai's southern extremity. The arid desert terrain of sand dunes, gravel plains, fossilized corals and Granite Mountains is home to a number of rare mammal species: Dorcas gazelle, Nubian ibex and red fox. Easier to spot are the resident birds like terns, herons, gulls and ospreys. Thousands of white storks pass through Ras Mohammed each year, heading south during September/October and back north during April/May. About 85 flora species live in the park, including mangroves

Day # 8: Sharm / Home

Breakfast at your hotel in Sharm el sheikh and then you will be transferred back to Sharm el sheikh airport to fly back home

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