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- Roundtrip Itinerary International airfare
- Airline taxes
- Check in luggage
- airport to hotel roundtrip transfer
- all Hotel accommodations
- meals per itinerary
- Entrance fees per itinerary
- Tour Guide
- 2N/3D cruising
- Local flights with check in luggage
- travel Insurance
- Visa fee
- 1 bottled water/day during tours
- complimentary Wi-Fi during tours
About the places to visit
1.Grand Egyptian Museum
(GEM; Arabic: المتحف المصري الكبير al-Matḥaf al-Maṣriyy al-Kabīr), also known as the Giza Museum, is an archaeological museum under construction in Giza, Egypt.
- It is unique in its presentation of the whole history of Egyptian civilization, especially of antiquities of the Pharaonic and Greco-Roman periods.
- The more than 100,000 items in the museum include some 1,700 items from the tomb of Tutankhamen, including the solid-gold mask that covered the pharaoh's head.
- When inaugurated, the GEM will be the largest archaeological museum in the world.
- It will house artifacts of ancient Egypt, including the complete Tutankhamuncollection; many pieces will be displayed for the first time.
- The museum is sited on a plot of land of about 480,000 square metres (5,200,000 sqft) approximately 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) from the Giza pyramid complex and is part of a new master plan for the Giza Plateau called Giza 2030.
2. EGYPTIAN PYRAMID
- The oldest and largest of the three pyramids at Giza, known as the Great Pyramid, is the only surviving structure out of the famed Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
- It was built for Pharaoh Khufu (Cheops, in Greek), Sneferu’s successor and the second of the eight kings of the fourth dynasty.
What is the purpose of Egyptian pyramids?
Pyramids were built for religious purposes. The Egyptians were one of the first civilizations to believe in an afterlife. They believed that a second self called the ka10 lived within every human being. When the physical body expired, the ka enjoyed eternal11 life.
3.The Great Sphinx of Giza
- A Sphinx is a mythological creature with the body of a lion and the head of a person.
- In Ancient Egypt a lot of times the head was that of a Pharaoh or a god.
- Why were they built? The Egyptians built sphinx statues to guard important areas such as tombs and temples.
What does the Egyptian sphinx represent?
- Egyptian civilization - Architecture - Sphinx. The Great Sphinx at Giza, near Cairo, is probably the most famous sculpture in the world.
- With a lion's body and a human head, it represents Ra-Horakhty, a form of the powerful sun god, and is the incarnation of royal power and the protector of the temple doors.
Egypt has seven Oasis Located in Western & eastern Deserts of Egypt; the weather is so harsh all the days of the year. Oasis are inhabited by Bedouin Tribes for years.
The Egyptian desert has different oasis such as Dakhla, Kharga, Siwa, Bahariya, Fayoum and Farafra.
The White Desert is justifiably the most well-known desert destination in Egypt - and for a good reason. The quantity of unearthly and beautiful wind-carved rock formations shaped in the form of giant mushrooms or pebbles is unequalled in any desert in the world.
The Black Desert (Arabic: الصحراء السوداء, aṣ-Ṣaḥrāʾ as-sawdāʾ) is a region of volcano-shaped and widely spaced mounds, distributed along about 30 km in western Egypt between the White Desert in the south and the Bahariya Oasis in the north.
Formed by the erosion of the mountains, which have spread a layer of black powder and stones over the peaks and plateaus, it looks like a landscape straight out of Hades. The Black Desert is a popular stop-off for tours running out of Bahariya Oasis and is usually combined with a White Desert tour.
Agabat, known as the 'Beautiful Valley', is located in the Western Desert region of Egypt and generally is the stop off point for tourists on their way to Bahariya and the White/ Black Deserts.
The ancient city was also famous for its granite quarries. Thousands of Egyptian statues, obelisks, shrines and even pyramids are constructed out of the granite mined in Aswan.
It's all incredibly photogenic, particularly at sunset, when hundreds of lateen-sailed feluccas take to the water, and the river shimmers in the setting sun. For keen photographers, Aswan is one of the best places to visit in Egypt for capturing classic Nile scenery.
Philae Temple-Philae rose to prominence during the Ptolomaic Dynasty as the center of the cult of the goddess Isis. This complex was actually one of the last remaining places where the ancient religion survived after the arrival of Christianity in Egypt, officially closing only in 550 AD. Early Christians then used the main temple on the island as a church
The Ptolemies have constructed the Temple of Kom Ombo for the worship of two gods, Sobek; the crocodile god, and Horus, the falcon god.
Khnum, also spelled Khnemu, ancient Egyptian god of fertility, associated with water and with procreation. Khnum was worshipped from the 1st dynasty
Most visited tourist attraction in Aswan
- Explore Elephantine Island.
- Sail on a Felucca. Felucca rides at sunset.
- Day Trip to Abu Simbel.
- Take a Boat to Philae Temple.
- The Unfinished Obelisk.
- Monastery of St. Simeon
- Camel-Trek on Aswan's West Bank.
- Climb up to the Tombs of the Nobles.
- Indulge in High Tea at the Old Cataract Hotel
- Nubian Museum
- and many more
Luxor is a worldwide famous city in Upper Egypt known to be the home of intact ancient Egyptian temples that date back almost 4,000 years. There are a large number of ancient monasteries, graves, ancient Egyptian temples, and numerous monuments that attract tourists from all around the world to Luxor
Luxor temple was not built in adoration to a god or to a god figure of the kings and pharaohs; instead, Luxor Temple was built in dedication to the rejuvenation of kingship.
Most visited sites in Luxor
- The Valley of the Kings It is the most famous site for the unique collections of tombs and breathtaking ancient ruins.
- Temple of Karnak.
- Valley of the Kings.
- Hot Air Balloon Ride over Luxor at Sunrise.
- Luxor Temple.
- Temple of Deir al-Bahri (Queen Hatshepsut's Temple)
- Felucca Ride to Banana Island.
- Medinet Habu.
- Tombs of the Nobles