Fly to Egypt
Day 2 - Cairo
Upon arrival in Cairo – you will be met, assisted and transferred to your hotel. This evening there will be a welcome dinner.
Day 3 - Cairo
Eat breakfast at the host hotel and at 8:00 am, start your full day visiting Giza Pyramids & Sphinx where you visit the Great Pyramid - Cheops, Chephren & Mykerions. Cheops is the most colossal ever built. Next is a close-up look at The Sphinx - a huge funeral complex guarded by the legendary lion body with the face of king Chephren.
Day 4 - Transfer to Nile Cruise
After an early morning check-out from our hotel (05:00 am), you will be transported to Cairo International Airport for a flight to Luxor. A tour representative will be waiting at the Luxor airport to greet you. You will be transported by air-conditioned vehicle to the east bank of the Nile River and guided through a seamless check-in process aboard a luxury cruiser. After lunch, you’ll enjoy a visit to the impressive Karnak Temples before returning to the boat to eat dinner, enjoy nightcaps on the upper deck, and overnight in your well-appointed cabin.
Day 5 - Edfu/Kom Ombo
After breakfast, you will visit the well-preserved Ptolemaic Temple dedicated to Horus at Edfu then sail to Kom Ombo to see the unique Temple of Sobek, dedicated to Sobek the crocodile god, and Horus the falcon-headed god. As you have lunch on board, we will continue sailing to Aswan. That evening you will enjoy dinner and overnight on board your Nile River cruise.
Day 6 - Luxor/East Bank
Eat breakfast on board, enjoy free time and then have lunch. Visit Karnak temple & Luxor temple. Dinner on board. Disco & Music in the evening. Overnight in Luxor.
Day 7 - Luxor/West Bank/Disembarkati
Breakfast on board. Disembarkation after breakfast (08:00 am) Visit the Valley of the Kings, Queen Hatshepsut temple, and Colossi of Memnon Transfer to Luxor airport.
Day 8 - Cairo
Drive to the downtown area to visit the Egyptian Museum of antiquities. On display is a rare collection of 5000 years of art the largest most precious collection of Egyptian art in the world. Over 250,000 genuine artifacts are presented, including an exhibit dedicated to the Tutankhamen collection of treasures, gold, and jewelry, as it was enclosed in his tomb for over 3,500 years before it was discovered in the 1920s when his tomb was excavated.