Let’s take you on an uplifting tour that makes your mind stop midway from loads of ethereal aesthetics and classics it’ll be processing throughout the trip. The trip will get you high off the adrenaline that’ll pump into your veins. You’ll be able to wander through Lower and Upper Egypt’s dearest monuments, such as Luxor Temple, Karnak Temple in Luxor, and Abu Simbel in Aswan, besides Cairo milestones such as the Giza Complex, and more. You can relish the unmatchable services that our company works diligently to offer which are the essence that only we have. Such services are highly worthwhile, divided into fabulous accommodation, the latest means of transportation, as well as the super-talented private guide and the food quality, so book with us now!!
3 Days / 2 Nights
Luxor, Aswan, Abu Simbel, Giza & Cairo
Pickup & Drop Off
From your Hotel in Marsa Alam
The hotel picks up and drops off.
Flight tickets from Aswan to Cairo & from Cairo to Hurghada.
It was our first visit to Egypt so me and my family didn't know what to expect. Thankfully our tour guide Manal Ahmed who by the way is the ONLY FEMALE tour guide in Hurghada! Than...
We booked 2 day trip to Cairo and Luxor directly with “Tours from Hurgharda” before we left the UK. Responding promptly to any query or concerns that we may have had. Thank y...
The main reason for the 5 stars is the communication from the company and the guide and driver they provided. I was very apprehensive booking from the UK with only email correspond...
I visited Egypt with friends.Thank you tours from hurghada for an amazing experience..our guide Mohamed Elshamei was fantastic...knowledgable and nothing was to much to ask of him ...
Early 4am start, arrived by 7am. security as in Europe. Arrived at opening of Cairo Museum and had the place to ourselves for a while, saw Tut exhibition very easily.Excellent. Als...
First Day: Transfer from Marsa Alam – Explore Luxor Attractions
At the beginning of your trip, you’ll be safely delivered from your chosen hotel in Marsa Alam by an A/C vehicle to Luxor to meet your guide for your trip to be launched to:
Valley of the Kings
The magnetic Valley of the Kings has been preoccupied since the span from the 18th to the 20th Dynasties with the bodies of the royals’ figures ever. Those figures go back in time from the 18th to the 10th centuries BC. One of the most intimidating tombs you’ll be honored to witness the lofty & dominating energy of is the tomb of Tutankhamun. Sure thing, you won’t get enough of exploring there, no matter how many adventures you have been through inside and out of this typical site.
Temple of Hatshepsut
Since its first appearance in 1479 BC, Hatshepsut temple has been featured with magnetic preservation to make it one of its kind and a qualified landmark to put a spell on its visitors. One other unique feature of the temple is its peculiar location in the core of the Wester Bank. For you, as a foreigner, you’ll be left tongue-tied observing the symbolic paintings and inscriptions that plenty of them are identifying Queen Hatshepsut graciously found on the walls.
Colossi of Memnon
You’ll be left with your mouth dropped open getting welcomed by the two majestically built stones that embody Amenhotep III. Ever since they were brought to the world in 1350 BC, the Colossi of Memnon experienced lots of mishandling that threatened to take them down, nevertheless, they’re still standing proudly taking the form of a royal position of a king dominating the crown.
Your trip will come to a break in which you’ll be served lunch at a Nile view restaurant continue your trip to:
Karnak temple was between 2000 BC and 30 BC when the Karnak temple carved its way into the world to be taken for granted as the most king-size temple ever established for religious aims. A peculiar purpose for which it’s set to be established is to commemorate the memories of a bunch of holy divine figures that are Ptah, the God of Craftsmen, and the Goddess of the Moon, Isis, as well as Amun, the God of the Sun.
The first day ends at this point, thus, you’ll be guided to Luxor train station to get on your first-class train to Aswan to check-in and stay the night at your 5* hotel.
Overnight: Aswan Hotel
Second Day: Discover Abu Simbel Temple – Fly to Cairo
To begin with the second day of your tour in Aswan, you’ll have your breakfast boxes followed by checking out and being delivered to your site of the day by an A/C vehicle to meet your Egyptologist guide and head to:
Abu Simbel Temple
Abu Simbel temple was brought into existence after it’s been 24 years in the thick of King Ramses II’s regime. The magnetic temple’s entrance is guided by a bundle of 4 thick tremendous stones that carved their position in Egypt’s Ancient History with golden letters. One rare smashing phenomenon the temple holds is the Sun Alignment Festival.
After roaming the Abu Simbel Temple to your heart’s content, you’ll be delivered back to the City of Aswan to serve you lunch, and then catch your first-class flight to Cairo to check-in and stay the night at your decided 5* hotel.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Flight: From Aswan to Cairo
Overnight: Cairo Hotel
Third Day: Witness Cairo Landmarks – Return Back to Marsa Alam
Your third day will be starting with having your classy breakfast at your hotel in the City of Cairo, and check out to be delivered by an A/C vehicle to the first magnificent milestone of the day with your private tour guide:
Giza Pyramids Complex
The Giza Pyramid Complex is a rare genuine complex that’s more-than-20-year worth of construction. You’ll have your mind floating away on seeing what kind of miraculous gems it’s been supporting on its core. It hosts three great pyramids that put other stony competitors to shame. Not to mention the humanoid creature that’s worth such the hype, along the side with the royals’ mortuary, the Valley Temple, beside a fistful of the six aesthetical pyramids.
The Great Pyramid
“It Must be Built with the Help of Some Alien Power” is a widespread assumption among foreigners about the secret behind building construction of 2.3 million stones that its mere silhouette takes down any other mighty construction history had ever had. The uniqueness of the pyramid was intensified when the pyramid came to be the last wonder ever that made it into survival, out of the other seven magnetic wonders of the Ancient World.
The Great Sphinx
The odd layout of the Great Sphinx comes to be an extraordinary phenomenon that managed to link the head of a man with the physical features of a lion. You can spot its substance of limestone from a decent distance that breathtakingly reflects the arrays of the roundish ball of the sun to make the substance 10 times brighter. To add to the magnificence of the creation, you’ll be flabbergasted knowing it’s built some four thousand and a half years ago.
The Valley Temple
The Valley temple is an exquisite temple that had a lot to witness since it was first founded over the span of the 26th century. What baits the travelers to visit the ground of the fetching valley, is the two gracious processes that kept the royals away from bane. The focal point of the first process was the purge of the royals, while the essence of the other is to apply the mummifying process to them.
To serve you your lunch, you’ll be guided to a Nile/Pyramid restaurant, and keep on with your visit to the following:
The Egyptian Museum
The Egyptian Museum is a splendid archaeological site in the Middle East that was founded in 1902. It had the ability to get your eyes out of their sockets in amazement from the pharaonic antiques the museum was dwelled with. Those antiques are accompanied by loads of artifacts that all belong to the Period of Greco-Roman. Despite a number of those pieces being transferred to the Grand Museum, it still embraces other worthy ones that'll render you speechless.
After enjoying your Egyptian Museum visit to the fullest, it’ll be about time to head to the city airport to catch your luxurious flight to Hurghada, which from there, you’ll be delivered by an A/C vehicle to Marsa Alam.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Flight: From Cairo to Hurghada
P/S: There's a chance of taking your suggestions, that relate to the program, into consideration, including removing or adding any unmentioned destinations to fit with your desires and imaginations.