Egypt - 5 Days

The land of the Pharaohs has been welcoming tourists for so long, it’s a wonder that archaeologists haven’t discovered hieroglyphics depicting backpackers. Sadly, the country’s tourist trade has taken a battering in recent times with security concerns and political upheaval keeping many visitors away. A December 28, 2018 attack that killed four people near the Pyramids of Giza shows that there are still serious security issues.
While that may deter some, others will continue returning to a country that appears to be taking faltering steps back on to the mainstream tourism circuit.
So what’s different in 2019? Well, while the sand has been settling on deserted classic monuments, Egyptologists have been brushing it gently aside elsewhere to discover a litany of exciting finds, many of which are now being opened to the public.
Mummies, sphinxes, tombs and fresh pyramid mysteries have all been unearthed over the past year, as Egypt proves time and again it has many more secrets yet to be revealed.
And while safety concerns persist, hundreds of thousands of visitors to the Pyramids of Giza, the Great Sphinx, the Valley of the Kings take place without incident each year. Likewise, Egypt’s main Red Sea resorts are considered safe.
Expect a major tourism drive by Egypt in coming months as it gears up to 2020s expected opening of its highly anticipated Grand Egyptian Museum. Until then, there’s a perfect opportunity to beat the crowds.
Don’t miss: If you can find someone to let you in, the recently opened Tomb of Mehu is a spine-tingling 4,000 years old. Nearby, the ancient Saqqara necropolis complex is where ancient Egypt’s penchant for pyramid building began. The best way to discover everything this astonishing country has to offer is by taking a Nile River cruise


Egypt is most famous for its ancient civilization. Think Egypt. Think Pharaohs. Think Tutankhamun (aka, King Tut). Egypt is also a top destination for some of the world’s most famous sights and monuments, including The Great Pyramid of Giza, the Great Sphinx, The Nile River (longest in the world), Valley of the Kings and more.


Many of Egypt destinations and attractions can be visited all year round. For the Red Sea Coast, it’s best to go during the dry season which is June and September. For sightseeing ancient monuments, best time would be from October to April when the temperatures range between 70/95 F to 55/79 F in Cairo.

Day 1
Arrival at Cairo International Airport

Upon your arrival at Cairo International Airport, Our representative will meet you. He will assist you through the immigration and customs formalities area, and then you will be transferred by a deluxe coach to your downtown hotel where you will be accommodated for the next 4 nights.

Day 2
The Great Khufu’s (Cheops) Pyramid

After breakfast, meet our our guide would take for a half-day excursion to the heart of the Egyptian Ancient civilization. Our tour-guide will pick you up from the hotel to start the tour with a visit to one of the seven wonders of the ancient world; the great Khufu’s (Cheops) pyramid (2690 BC). Continue to explore the rest of Giza plateau including Khafre’s pyramid – Khufu’s son, the second-largest pyramid on Giza site and Menkaure pyramid the smallest. Followed by a stop at the Sphinx; an ancient symbol of the pharaohs power, wisdom, and mysteries embodied in a huge sculpture of a pharaoh’s head on a lion’s body. After the tour you would be transferred back to the hotel.

Day 3
The Egyptian Museum

Breakfast at the hotel and then meet our tour guide who will guide to explore the treasures of the Egyptian Museum which is famous for its genuine antiquities dated back some 50 centuries among which is the famous Tutankhamen collection. The Museum is considered as the key for understanding the Pharaohs’ art, culture, religion and daily life. Depart the museum to have lunch on a docked ship. After lunch, continue to visit the famous Citadel of Salah El Din including the Alabaster Mosque of Mohamed Ali. The mosque Situated on the summit of the citadel, and with its animated silhouette and twin minarets, is the most visible mosque in Cairo. Located at the top of a high cliff, the citadel is also featured with its special location that offers the tourists with magnificent views over different sections around Cairo. After the tour, you will be escorted back to the hotel

Day 4
Old Cairo Churches/Coptic Museum

Breakfast at the hotel and then meet our tour guide who will guide to explore the treasures of Coptic Cairo that you will have the chance to visit Old Cairo Churches including the famous hanging church of St. Mary which was originally built on top of a gatehouse of the Roman fortress called the fortress of Babylon and St. Sergius church which was built on the spot where the Holy Family rested at the end of their Journey into Egypt and visit Ben Ezra synagogue, the oldest existing synagogue in Cairo. And the Coptic Museum which is housing a large collection of Coptic Christian artwork that provides a link between ancient and Islamic Egypt. After the tour, you will be escorted back to the hotel

Day 5
Departure - International Airport

Breakfast at the Hotel. Check out and meet our representative at the Hotel. He will accompany you to Cairo International airport. Our staff will help you with the airport formalities to check-in

Package Include

  • All sightseeing tours throughout (including entrance fees) with private licensed English speaking guide.
  • All airport transfers and ground transportation in an a/c vehicle as stated in the program.
  • 4 nights accommodation on Bed & Breakfast basis
  • International airfare
  • Egypt entry Visa
  • Entry fees to any of Giza pyramids, the mummies room at the Egyptian Museum.

Package Exclusions

  • Personal expenses such as drinks, tips, laundry, telephone calls, etc.
  • Any items not mentioned above.

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