Ah, Welcome to Egypt! Standing today with the remnants of its long past. Home to many such glorious temples and living testimonies to old great rulers and brilliant ancient builders alike. There is much mystery surrounding Egypt‘s past, some of which might never be answered. Regardless, we live to explore all these grand-scale achievements and have the luxury to have ourselves fascinated by the stories surrounding this country. More than just having such rich heritage, Today‘s Egypt is one that is always anticipating to be a storyteller of all things that it‘s proud of. Look forward to the most immersive experience of your life from pink granite mausoleums and crocodile mummies, most of all, get ready to uncover Egypt and its truths as you take a cruise down the Nile River. Come join us in Egypt!


Welcome to the heart of Egypt-- Cairo! Finish all your immigration formalities before meeting the local guide and receiving assistance going about settling in. You will be transferred to the hotel shortly, to get your fill of breakfast and get freshened up. Make sure you are ready and have your A-game on as it‘s going to be an eventful day ahead. You wil be taken to a sightseeing tour to visit the Great Pyramids of Giza. This includes the Sun Boat, or The Giza Solar Boat Museum, locally known as The Khufu Ship. These types of ships are normally found buried near the pyramids or temples but it has been said that the purpose of these ships remains to be a mystery, It was however theorized that they served as a solar vessel to carry the Sun God Ra or simply funerary barges. After lunch, you will proceed to the Papyrus Institute. After much exploration, you will be transferred back to the hotel to spend overnight in the City of Cairo.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Good morning Cairo! It is your second morning in the city and we hope you had a good night‘s sleep. Have your fill of warm breakfast before getting transferred to the airport for a quick flight to spend half the day at the Karnak Temple, the home of 3 main temples among several smaller and enclosed ones. It‘s the pride and joy of the country is a reminder of multiple generations of ancient builders over the course of 1500 years who accomplished a feat of delivering great scale architectural abilities without the technological means available to the modern generation. After the Karnak Temple, you will embark the cruise for an evening visit to the Luxor Temple. A must-see site for anyone who goes to travel to Egypt, really. This temple serves testimony to much of the country‘s religious history and Many Pharaohs of the land plays a hand in building the temple. You will spend overnight onboard the cruise.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Ah, it is your first morning on board. Hopefully, you are feeling bright and dandy today. Have a hearty breakfast onboard and get ready for a full day excursion to Luxor‘s West Bank. Today, you will be visiting The Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut Temple, and The Colossi of Memnon. The Valley of the Kings is the ancient burial ground for many of Egypt‘s most beloved rulers passed. The Hatshepsut Temple is located beneath massive cliffs near the west bank of the Nile, it is locally known as "Deir el Bahri" and is dedicated to Amon-Ra, the Sun God. On the way to the West Bank of Luxor, you might come across two gigantic statues, these figured of Amenhotep III is originally at the front of his very own Mortuary Temple, the temple has been destroyed for some unknown reasons and the site is now known to be the Colossi of Memnon. You will start sailing in the afternoon to spend overnight in Edfu.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Good morning Edfu! There is definitely much to look forward to today. Hopefully, you are pumped for the day ahead. Have a hearty breakfast onboard and get ready to see the Temple of Horus. It is the second biggest temple in Egypt and it is very well preserved for its age. It is said to have taken 200 years to built this majestic temple and has the most well-preserved hieroglyph traces to exist. After Edfu, you will sail on to see The Temple of Kom Ombo which is dedicated to Sobek and Horus the Elder. You may actually be able to see mummified crocodiles in this temple as the temple is built on the bend in the Nile River where the crocodiles used to gather. After having much to explore, set sail to and spend overnight in Aswan.

Included Meals: Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner

It is your first morning in Aswan, look forward to a full day of sightseeing ahead of you. But first, warm your tummies with a piping hot breakfast. Aswan is a calm valley located in the Nile and is claimed to be more majestic than any other. It is considered an all-time winter favourite destination. One of the many things to see here is the Temple of Philae to see the unique Aga Khan Mausoleum which uses Pink Granite. The next thing to see is the Unfinished Obelisk located in a granite quarry in Aswan. It is the largest known obelisk to exist but remained unfinished because they had started noticing visible cracks appearing in the Granite. Next, The Aswan HIgh Dam which is an embankment built across the Nile. The waters from the world‘s largest man-made lake "Lake Nasser" is amassed behind the 3,600-meter long and 111-metre tall dam. This glorious dam provides irrigation water and electricity for the whole of Egypt. In the afternoon after lunch, you will have a Felluca ride on the Nile, you will have the rest of the day free and spend overnight in Aswan.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

It‘s the last morning of this most-eventful exploration of Egypt. You shall disembark onto Aswan Airport after your last breakfast on board and take a morning flight back to the capital. We hope you‘re not missing the sailing motions so far. When you reach Cairo, you‘ll have the entire day for sightseeing to visit The Egyptian Museum which houses 120,000 artefacts including sarcophagi, ancient potteries and jewellery, not to miss King Tutankhamen‘s treasures, Of course. This includes The Mummies Room. After lunch, you will have the chance to wander Mo‘ezz Street especially the Khan El-Khalili Bazaar. It‘s like traversing back in time to an Old Arab Souk with that undeniable trading pulse reverberating the streets. This is your chance to take back trinkets and much other authentic and tasteful things to bring back home with you. It has surely been an immensely captivating experience being one with the stories of Egypt. You will be transferred to the airport for an evening flight back to the U.A.E. We hope you have lots of fond memories looking back on this trip.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

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What you are getting


All Airport Transfers

5* Cruise Stay from Luxor to Aswan

Cabin Facilities: Satellite HD/LED TV, Wi-Fi (free), Safe Box, Air Conditioning, Mini Fridge (chargeable), Hairdryer & Magnifying Mirror, Bathroom with Shower

Evening Entertainment: Live Music, Daily Evening Shows (Galabeya Party, Belly Dancing and Nubian shows), Mahrousa Club

Pool and Wellness: Main Pool with 60 Sun Loungers, Gym (free)

6 Breakfasts, 6 Lunches, 4 Dinners

Return International Flight Ticket via Egypt Air

Internal Flight Tickets

4* Hotel Accommodation in Cairo

>Full Day Sightseeing in Cairo with Entrance to Mummies room in Egyptian museum

>Be amazed by one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World- the Great Pyramid of Giza

>Visit different Ancient Temples

> Visit Khan El Khalili Bazaar which encompasses the lively spirit of Egypt

>Felucca sailing excursions on the Nile

All Taxes, No Hidden Cost



Sightseeing tour of the Pyramids

Visit Papyrus Institute

Visit to the Egyptian Museum and the Mummies room

Walk in Mo’ezz street

Visit Khan El Khalili Bazaar


Half day sightseeing Karnak Temple

Embark 5* cruise going to Aswan

Evening visit to Luxor temple

Excursion to the Luxor West Bank

Visit to Valley of the Kings

Hatshepsut Temple

Visit Colossi of Memnon


Visit The Temple of Horus at Edfu

Sail to Kom Umbo and visit Sobek Temple

Visit Philae temple

Visit the Unfinished Obelisk known as the largest ancient obelisk

High dam across the Nile River

Felluca ride on the Nile

Visa Information

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A copy of passport residence permit visa must be valid for minimum of 6 months from the arrival date

No objection letter on Companys letterhead and Official Stamp

Bank Statements for last 3 month

Visa processing time takes 3 working days

copy of the passport

copy of the residence visa

Must See

The Great Pyramids of Egypt

Unfinished Obelisk

Mummies room in Egyptian Museum

Nile River

Must Do

Cruise the NIle River

Sun Boat

Felluca ride on the Nile

Shop at Khan El Khalili Bazaar

Must Eat



Chicken Shawarma

Falafel and hummus

Must Buy

Papyrus Paper

Egyptian Cartouche

Canopic jar

Mini Pyramids

Tour Gallery

Travel Tips

Carry sunscreen and sunglasses every day with you while you are travelling

Be on time as advised by the dedicated tour manager or tour leader

Having a travel Insurance is very important!

Scan your passport/ identity card photos and save them in your mobile

Try learning a few words of the language of the country you are visiting

Always carry a photocopy of your itinerary with yourself

Self-educate yourself about the local customs of the country before you arrive. You obviously do not want to offend anyone while you travel!

Be kind, polite & Smile often! Being part of a group tour will definitely make it easier for you to make your new travel buddies.

Carry an extra pair of clothes when you are catching a flight in your handbag in case of any unexpected delays

Charge all your gadgets whenever you get time. A great tip - you will find a USB charging port at the back of your hotel TV!

Try not to exchange your currency at the airport as you will not get the best exchange rate over there

Get earplugs and a sleep mask along with you! They can be very helpful when you are flying or especially during your inter-country commute via tour bus

Track your spending when you are on the trip! It can be tiresome but you will always be well-informed about all your expenses and the remaining travel budget amount

As tipping is habitual in most of the countries, it is not polite to walk out of the restaurants without tipping anything. You can tip somewhere between 10 to 20 per cent of the total bill value

Let your bank know that you will be travelling so your card is not blocked for sudden international usage

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