This Egypt tour package takes in the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Philae Temple, the Edfu Temple, Cruising on the Nile and relaxing on the golden shores of the Red Sea. 11 all-inclusive days around Egypt take in Cairo, Aswan, Luxor, and Hurghada.
Egypt Tour Package
We'll be waiting at the airport when your plane lands in Cairo to help you with your visa and getting through immigration control. Then we'll take you to your hotel, and take you out to eat in a restaurant in the capital.
Having eaten breakfast we'll visit the Great Pyramid of Giza, The Pyramid of Khafre, Pyramid of Menkaure and the Sphinx in the famous archaeological complex just outside the city. Feeling immersed in the culture and history of Egypt, the tour then hits the road to Memphis and Saqqara - the ruins of the original ancient Cairo.
Having eaten lunch we'll head back to your hotel to relax before enjoying a night tour of Cairo, drinking in the Egyptian capital illuminated by night. This tour includes a stop in the famous Café of Mirrors, and to end you'll get to try the local gastronomy in a traditional restaurant.
The third day of our tour will be dedicated to the Saladin Citadel of Cairo, The Alabaster Mosque and the Khan el-Khalili Souk Market. In this thousand year old labyrinth of street stalls, you'll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the sights, sounds and smells of Cairo and its artisan culture, full of jewels, perfumes and musical instruments.
The tour then continues discovering the history of Cairo in the Egyptian Museum and the Coptic Neighbourhood, before we take you back to your hotel for the night, head full of images of Cairo.
After breakfast, we make our way to the airport to embark on a plane to the most southerly city in Egypt, Aswan, known as Syene to the ancient Egyptians, and the place where they would quarry the stone for their colossal statues. Once we're here we'll climb aboard the cruise which takes us around the Nile for the next four days.
The fifth day of the complete Egypt tour package begins with a visit to the Philae temple, located on an island in the Nile. Built in the first century AD, this is considered the last of the 'classic' Egyptian temples, built in honour of the Goddess Isis, and is to this day remarkably well preserved.
Then, as no trip to Aswan would be complete without visiting Abu Simbel, we'll visit these famous temples carved into the reddish rock of the region in the 13th century BC, and the enormous statues of Rameses II which stand guard.
Then we'll return to the boat and spend the evening on board.
We'll enjoy a delightful sixth day on board our cruise as we sail the Nile on the way to Komb Ombo. The tour disembarks at sunset in this beautiful town on the banks of the river to explore its historic temple. From the Ptolemaic dynasty, it's unique for its double design and its double dedication, with rooms duplicated and dedicated to both the crocodile god Sobek and the falcon god Horus.
Then we'll head back to the boat to eat dinner and relax, as we navigate the Nile towards Edfu.
First thing in the morning we'll visit the Edfu Temple, the second largest in the country and certainly among the best conserved. With a tour inside one of the major temples dedicated to the god Horus, we'll learn about the history and significance of the enigmatic murals which decorate the walls...
Then back on the boat we'll pass through the lock, and head towards Luxor.
The eighth day of our tour package is dedicated to Luxor, where we'll enjoy a jam packed day in what was once known as Thebes, the capital of Egypt during the New Kingdom. Here we'll visit Karnak, the Luxor Temple, The Colossi of Memnon and The Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut. And our last stop will be the world-renowned Valley of the Kings, where the tombs of almost all the pharaohs of the New Kingdom can be found.
Having explored Luxor we'll hit the road towards Hurghada, where we'll set ourselves up in our hotel away, eat dinner and relax.
After an intense day exploring Luxor, you'll be glad of this relaxing twenty-four hours in Egypt's premier beach town, Hurghada. Located on the banks of the Red Sea, you'll spend the day relaxing and enjoying the resort's installations.
To complete our visit to Hurghada, you can either reserve guided tours and excursions which will take you around the major attracitons of the city. Or if you prefer you can take a dip in the Red Sea and enjoy the vibrant colour of its waters filled with coral and marine life.
The final day depends on the timing of your international flight. If it leaves Cairo early we'll head back early from Hurghada and offer you a continental breakfast or something to go. Or, if your return flight is in the evening you won't have to get up quite so early, and we'll offer you breakfast at the hotel before flying back to Cairo.
What do I need to take the tour package?
To make this circuit you only need to have a return flight booked to and from Cairo. You should arrive on the day you reserved the tour and leave 11 days afterwards. That's to say, from Monday to Thursday, Thursday to Sunday, or Saturday to Tuesday. We take control of everything in between.
Whenever possible, we'll adapt the different visits so that you can enjoy everything included on the Egypt tour package.
The price above includes everything: visa, internal flights, transport, hotels, boats, guides, excursions, tickets, breakfast, lunch and dinner and even all tips, for guides, boat crew and all employees.
Other agencies don't include everything in the price, which means the final price you pay could be as much as double, making it impossible to compare with our price.
Hotels and Boats
When making the reservation you can choose between the following two categories:
- Hotel in Cairo: The Oasis Hotel Pyramids or Pyramids Park Resort Cairo.
- Hotel in Hurghada: Sea Star Beaurivage or Palm Beach.
- Boat: MS Miss Egypt MS Jasimn or similar.
- Hotel in Cairo: Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at The First Residence.
- Hotel in Hurghada: Sheraton Soma Bey or Marriot Hurghada.
- Boat: MS Blue Shadow, MS Tuya, HS Moondance, MS Jaz C. Jubilee or similar.
The indicated price is per person in a double room. Guests travelling alone will have to pay a supplement. Children over 12 years old should be booked as adults.
Not Enough Time?
If eleven days is too much for you, you can also reserve the Best of Egypt: 8 Day All Inclusive Tour.
Children between 3 and 6 years oldUS$ 349
Children between 6 and 11 years oldUS$ 489.1
Children under 2Free
Children between 3 and 6 years oldUS$ 349
Children between 6 and 11 years oldUS$ 770.6
Children under 2Free
* A reservation for one person will include a supplement.
The tour is exclusively in English.
All transport from arrival to departure.
Visa and assistance from minute one.
English speaking guide for all tours.
3 nights full board in a hotel in Cairo.
4 night full board Nile cruise.
3 nights full board in Hurghada.
All the excursions, tours and tickets mentioned in the itinerary.
Domestic flights between Cairo and Luxor and Aswan and Cairo.
Optional extra excursions.
When to book?
Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability, especially during public holidays and festivities.
You can book up to 2 days before (Cairo local time) if there are still places available.
Once your booking has been confirmed, you will receive an email containing your booking voucher. Please print it out or download on your smartphone/tablet to show on the day of the activity.
Frequently asked questions
Q - Is it possible to guarantee an exterior cabin?
A - All of the cabins are exterior.
Q - Will there be wifi in the hotels and on the cruise?
A - All the hotels will generally have wifi. On the cruise ship there is also likely to be an available wifi connection, at an additonal cost.
Q - Is it possible to check in luggage?
A - On the domestic flights you can check in a suitcase with a maximum weight of 23 kilograms as well as a piece of hand luggage (maximum 8 kgs).
Q - How to book?
A - To reserve the activity, choose the date and complete the form on this page. You will receive your confirmation immediately.
No (not suitable for people with reduced mobility).