Majestic 2 Days Cairo and Luxor Tour From Port Ghalib
A 2 days Cairo and Luxor tour from Port Ghalib is a trip that’s worthy of breaking all of your other plans to pursue. The trip will cover so many dimensions of ancient Egypt, getting you to see the stamina the ancient pharaohs used to be blessed with. Witnessing the Egyptian Civilization in its wake will be the finite purpose of this specific trip. Let Cairo highlights guide you to witness all that’s interesting, such as the Giza Pyramids Complex, and the Egyptian Museum, and give it a shot at Luxor highlights that include the Valley of the Kings and the Karnak temples. Now, you’ll be able to relish the unique services of our company that embrace the class accommodation, the skilled tour guide, the private vehicles back and forth during your trip, as well as your meals. Our company has a variety of packages that have turned travelers’ heads, so book with us now!
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Day One: Transfer from Port Ghalib to Cairo - Enjoy Cairo Tour
At the beginning of your 2 days Cairo and Luxor tour from Port Ghalib, you’ll be transferred from your decided hotel that’s located in Port Ghalib all the distance to Hurghada Grand Airport to instantly catch your first-class flight, landing in the great city of Cairo, then you’ll be picked up to meet your guide and start your exploration at the very first sight of the day, which is:
Giza Pyramid Complex
Giza Pyramids Complex, which was perfectly built stone after stone back between 2500 BC and 2600 BC, contains a bunch of the most terrific electrifying monuments that history comes to show off with since their very first existence, which are the triple great pyramids, the limestone sphinx, and the 26th-century architecture "The Valley Temple", which are all caused Egypt to turn heads over a long span of time and managed to have a soft spot in lots of travelers and visitors’ hearts.
The Great Pyramid
The Great Pyramid is the apple of the Giza Plateau’s eyes that you’ll be hearing tons of surprising information about, from your guide. It was built in 2600 BC to leave people in a state of amazement as to what alien power was used to help give it birth. It’s the very last wonder that still hovers over the world out of the Ancient World’s Seven enormous wonders. The triangle-shaped pyramid was established by King Khufu to show off how rare skills he was gifted with.
The Great Sphinx
On Stepping into the Giza complex, you’ll be out of your mind seeing the greatest and the most enigmatic humanoid creation that history came to welcome, that’s the Great Sphinx. It was architected back around 2500 BC to fulfill the widespread myths of being the celestial guardian that won the custody of the pyramids to keep them professionally guarded. Taking your sweet time to linger around the limestone sculpture, will give you a worthwhile opportunity to treasure it and appreciate the labor that was poured into its construction.
The Valley Temple
The valley is a strikingly huge valley that was enchantingly architected during the 26th century BC to pleasurably host the mummification process that has been the greatest of Egypt’s secrets. A lot can be fantasized about the structure from the special aura it radiates. It would be an interestingly frustrating process to try to disentangle the scripted symbols that coat its walls, and maybe you can ask your guide to lend you a hand.
As soon as your previous strolls come to an end, it’ll be the time to have your lunch at a Nile/pyramid view restaurant, then head to the last location of the day, which is:
The Egyptian Museum
It’s in the museum’s ability to make you have diverse impressions about it, that came as the aftermath of being founded in nowadays era, in 1902, to embrace thousands of treasured artifacts, that link back to millennia ago, which gained it the title of being the most valuable personification of Egypt’s Ancient Civilization. Today, most of the ancient legacies take the Grand Museum as their finite home for its sufficient safety, however, it’s undeniable that the Egyptian Museum still has a great part of Egypt’s civilization heritage within it.
El Muizz Street
El Muizz Street is the place of heaven that tie all the glamour and supremacy of Ancient Egypt and present them all to the travelers. The global has been calling a visit for this magnificent site for the rare celestial aura that they can indulge in and take whatever tranquility and serenity El Muizz Street has to offer.
Khan El Khalil Bazaar
You’ll feel like Khan El Khalil Bazaar is blessing you and healing your stress with the calm and peaceful air it spreads getting inside it. It’s the air that people have breathed since 961 CE when the bazaar used to be the Fatimid Caliphate Captial. Even more, it’s the place you’ll find yourself getting ten times more attached to your trip for being a place of trade and a commercial center. Therefore, it offers you all that you can carry as a reminder of the greatness of the trip, from artifacts for spices to costumes and attires.
Wrapping your visit to the first day’s monuments, you’ll be dropped off at Cairo Airport to catch your domestic flight to Luxor, in which our employee will be waiting to pick you up to check in at your hotel in Luxor and stay the night.
Flight: From Hurghada to Cairo & From Cairo to Luxor
Overnight: Luxor Hotel
Day Two: Enjoy Luxor Tour - Return Back to Port Ghalib
Start your second day by having a savory breakfast at your hotel, then you’ll be checking out to be off to your milestones of the day, which will start with your guide to:
Valley of the Kings
The valley of the Kings is among the most sensational entities in Luxor. Among the details that your Egyptologist will keep you in rhythm with, you’ll come in touch with the knowledge of it being brought into existence between 1539 BC to 1075 BC, during the New Kingdom as a house of the kingdom’s royals’ impossibly treasured tombs, such as Tutankhamun’s that’s made of solid pure gold. It has the rarest and most elite items ever sprout inside from golden shrines, statues, a chariot, jewelry, clothing, and weapons.
Temple of Hatshepsut
It’s not that hard to notice that the Hatshepsut temple was built in such a mesmerizing way during the reign of the sharp Queen Hatshepsut (1479-1458 BC). The crucial finite purpose behind being charmingly architected was to be gifted as a sanctuary to the Divine Amun, the Holy God of the Sun. It might take you a fine long tour within the structure to cover all of its sides and aspects that stretch to 105 meters.
Colossi of Memnon
The Colossi of Memnon are two fetching delicious out-of-stone carves that you won’t witness every day in your life. The Colossi came into existence in 1350 BC to be greeted as another miraculous creation that Luxor houses. Both of the beautifully carved stones were dedicated to graphically embodying King Amenhotep III who used to rule in an era full of prosperity, peace, and wealth. You’ll be taken aback knowing that the sculptures made it into survival for 3400 years to come up to the world and captivate attention.
At this point, you’ll be guided to have a peaceful lunch on an island through a boat ride trip, then you’ll be guided to your last destination of the day, which is:
Karnak temple is basically three flawlessly structured temples that had been through different building and renovation processes over the long span of three periods, the Middle, the New Kingdoms, and the Ptolemaic which indicates how distinct and special it are. The temples were established as a dedication to Ptah, the Patron and the God of Architects and Craftsmen, Amun, the Highly Feted God of Sun and Air, Isis, the Fertility Goddess, Mut, the Mother Goddess, and other Ancient Egypt deities.
Closing your 2 days trip to Luxor and Cairo from Port Ghalib with your visit to the Karnak Temple, you’ll be transferred back to square one at your hotel in Port Ghalib by an A/C vehicle.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
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