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6 Days Pharaohs Adventure Cairo & Luxor


  • Overview

    This brief tour of ancient Egypt is perfect for families travelling with teenagers aged 12 years and over, taking in the legendary Pyramids of Giza, the iconic Sphinx, vast Valley of the Kings and fascinating Egyptian Museum in Cairo

  • Tour Highlights

    Pyramids & Sphinx at Giza Plateau, Egyptian Museum & Necropolis of Saqqara Valley of the Kings, Colossi of Memnon, Temple of Queen Hatshepsut & Temple of Karnak

  • Schedule

    Every Tuesday

  • Duration

    6 days

  • Pickup Time

    depend on your arrival flight at Cairo airport

  • Departure & Return points:

    Cairo International Airport

  • What's included

    Hotels accommodation with Breakfast daily Entrance Fees Tour Guide 2 overnight trains: Cairo – Luxor – Cairo (1st class sleeper cabin) Airport arrival and departure transfer day 1 and day 6 All relevant transfer and transportation in private modern air-conditioned vehicles

  • Not Included

    International flights Visa We can provide you with your visa upon arrival at your request.

  • Itinerary

    Day 1: Cairo 

    Welcome to Egypt and the start of your holiday! Arrival Cairo airport, Our tour manager will be waiting you with sign of Ramasside, transfer to hotel and overnight.
    Overnight in Cairo
    Day 2: Pyramids of Giza & Saqqara Cairo – Luxor.
     Today a visit to the incredible pyramids and huge Sphinx at Giza Plateau. It’s estimated the largest – Khufu (Cheops) was constructed from no less than 2.5 million quarried limestone blocks, weighing around 6 million tonnes. No mean feat, when you consider the pyramids were built without the use of modern equipment! Maybe opt for a camel ride. Travelling on to the necropolis of Saqqara, innumerable sand strewn temples and tombs await discovery. It’s at Saqqara where you’ll see Zhoser’s step pyramid. Rising 6 steps, it served as the prototype for ancient Egypt’s most enduring architectural legacy. This evening we travel by overnight sleeper train to Luxor. Note: We don’t recommend it, it takes 15 to 18 hours. We recommend that you upgrade and take a domestic flight which allows you to travel in comfort and gives you an extra night in a 5 star hotel. Overnight: Sleeper Train | Breakfast
    Note: We don’t recommend it, it takes 15 to 18 hours. We recommend that you upgrade and take a domestic flight which allows you to travel in comfort and gives you an extra night in a 5 star hotel. 
    Day 3 Luxor This morning we arrive into Luxor and check into our hotel. One of the world’s greatest open-air museums, the 4000 year old site of ancient Thebes – known today as Luxor is our base for two exciting days of exploration. Enjoy some rest and relaxation. Tonight, there is an optional visit to Temple of Luxor. The temple is magically illuminated by a thousand coloured lights at night fall, book and pay locally. Remainder of the evening at leisure with a chance to enjoy the facilities of our hotel.
    Overnight in luxor
     Day 4 Valley of the Kings Luxor – Cairo. 
    Today, we visit the Valleys of the Kings and the imposing colonnaded temple of Queen Hatshepsut. Returning to our hotel, we enjoy free time before visiting Karnak. More than a temple, Karnak is a spectacular complex of sanctuaries, pylons and obelisks – built on a grand scale. During the height of Theban power, Karnak was the most important place of worship. Tonight, we return to Cairo by overnight sleeper train.
    Overnight: Sleeper Train | Breakfast Day 5 Egyptian Museum Arrive to Cairo and hotel check-in. Later, a guided visit to the Egyptian Museum. See the famous King Tutankhamen solid gold death mask or opt to see the Royal Mummy room. Remains of the afternoon and evening free to do your own thing.Overnight in  Cairo .
     Day 6 Cairo
    Our tour ends after breakfast and included onward departure transfer to the airport. 

  • Cancellation Policy

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

  • Know before you go

    Confirmation will be received at time of booking Wheelchair accessible Infant seats available

  • quitas - Reviewed 1 hour ago

    he day started with going to the museum, where we were explained in detail about the place, followed by lunch and a visit to the pyramids ! our tour guide for the day and he made us feel welcomed. At every place we were always offered something to drink, and everyone was just very welcoming and warm.
  • vilagin - Reviewed 2 days ago

    I was very impressed with our tour operator. She answered all emails promptly & with great detail. She took her time to clearly outline add-on options, financial breakdowns & our itinerary. We did a day tour of Cairo with a great guide. He was a wealth of knowledge who demonstrated a love for Egypt, history & people in general which made him a delight to spend the day with. He explained different things we were seeing during our drive into Cairo & once we were in Cairo he & our driver took care of EVERYTHING! He was the perfect balance between professional & friendly. His knowledge of Egyptian history & culture made him the perfect tour guide. The day was well-organized, informative & fun. We were exhausted at the end of it but would highly recommend this company
  • kevin - Reviewed 1 week ago

    Visited Alexandria with an amazing guide. I chose this tour because it included seeing the markets which most other tour agents dont offer. We got to see the gardens of the President's Summer home, the biggest library, the site of the first Church in Afica, the underground archaeological site, moseq and the fortress. Alexandria is a city of layers and you need someone knowledgeable to take you around especially if you only there for a day