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we will take you to the 'must see' sites in Egypt so you don't miss a thing. will also get the chance to see some fantastic mastabas, including the mastaba of Mereruka, the largest one built in ancient Egypt. You will then be able to marvel at the Pyramid Texts inside the Pyramid of Teti before heading off to the ancient capital of Egypt: Memphis.
A Nile Cruise trip is a very enjoyable experience that any visitor must do when he visit Egypt. sail the Nile in style with our fantastic itinerary and deluxe Nile cruises ,relax and explore on your own pace with your private guide .
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 Trip Itinerary 9 Days / 8 Nights From April 4th To April 23th:

Day 1: April 4th .: Cairo

Arrive to Cairo International Airport meet and assist by Egyptraveluxe representative
to help you through the immigration formalities. Overnight at your hotel Mina House
in Cairo.

Day 2: April 5th. Cairo / Cairo

After breakfast you will be picked up for exploration of the vast necropolis of Sakkara
containing tombs from almost every period of Egyptian history. The Step Pyramid of
Zoser is the most conspicuous landmark of the necropolis, lunch at the Pyramids foot.
In the afternoon, we will visit the three Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx. With a 15
min camel ride at Giza Plateau Later that evening you will be transferred to your
hotel at Cairo, check-in hotel.

Day 3 :April 6th.

After breakfast you will be picked then start your tour to The Egyptian
Museum , enjoy the legendary treasures of the Egyptian Museum, which houses about
250.000 antique pieces including the statues, sarcophagi & the fabulous treasures of
Tutankhamun, also explore the old Cairo mosques and churches and the Citadels then
transferred to Giza train station to catch the sleeping train to Luxor dinner and
Overnight on board
.
Day 4 :April 7th.

Breakfast and free morning, lunch on board. In the afternoon depart for visits of the
East Bank of Luxor, including the Luxor & Karnak temples. Then relax in the Nile
Cruise or you can walk through history, ride on a horse-drawn carriage, sail in a
felucca, or explore the city of mysteries. Dinner & Overnight on board.

Day 5 :April 8th. Luxor / Komombo

At morning you will be picked up to Visit The West Bank,
Valley of The Kings, Colossi's of Memnon and queen Hatshepsut Temple. Sail to
Esna. Overnight on Cruise


Day 6 :April 9th . Komombo/Aswan

Morning after Breakfast Visit Edfu Temple. Sail to Komombo. Visit Komombo
Temple at the afternoon sail to Aswan night on board.

Day 7 :April 10th. Aswan

Early morning you pick your breakfast box and Drive to Abusimble temples visit the
Magnificent temples of King Ramasses then back to Aswan Lunch on board your
cruise ,enjoy the Nile. Felucca Ride to see The Botanical Garden and Agha Khan
Mausoleum (FROM THE NILE NO ENTRY). Overnight in Aswan.

Day 8 :April 11th. Aswan / Abusimbel

After Breakfast Visit the High Dam, Unfinished Obelisk and Philae Temple and catch
the flight back to Cairo spend the night in your Hotel in Cairo .

Day 9 :April 12th.Cairo

After breakfast, you will be transferred to Cairo International airport for the final
departure.
wish you a happy holiday

Tour Price Include :

3 Nights accommodation in Mina House or similar in Cairo with
breakfast .
Sleeping train tickets .
Abu simbel Tour
Flight tickets Aswan/Cairo
4 nights on board Super deluxe 5* Nile Cruise Ms premium or
similar full board .
English speaking tour guide during the tour
all required transfers in a deluxe a/c private van.
entrance fees to the mentioned sites.

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