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EGYPTIAN AND RED SEA

02 Mar
2020
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02 Mar
2020
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4550 $

13 DAYS / 12 NIGHTS

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Now is the time to discover the oldest civilization in history. Therefore, you must visit Egypt to discover the secrets of the pyramid and the Sphinx in Giza and see the rare Pharaonic treasures in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. All this information will be obtained by an Egyptian guide. Then we fly to Luxor and see one of the most important temples of the Pharaonic civilization, which is the Karnak Temple and also the Luxor Temple in The eastern mainland then we cross the Nile River to the western mainland to visit Queen Hatshepsut Temple and also the largest cemetery that contains royal tombs which is the Valley of Kings and Queens. Then we ride a boat across this immortal river and we see why Egypt is the gift of the Nile and we also enjoy oriental dance parties and Nubian dance. Then the boat goes to Edfu and then K. M Whampoa and stops in Aswan and there we visit the Temple of Philae. Then we fly to Abu Simbel to see one of the most important and beautiful temples in the world. then we fly to the most beautiful city in the red sea which is the Sharm Elsheikh city.

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Day 1

The first day is a reception at Cairo Airport by the company representative. Who will assist you in completing passport and customs procedures and receiving the bags? After that, you head to the residence hotel, which is about an hour's drive, by private air-conditioned car
Accommodation hotel ( Marriott Mena house hotel )
It is considered one of the oldest and most prestigious hotels in Cairo, and it is located facing the pyramids. This hotel is characterized by the archaeological nature, as it was built as a royal palace for more than a hundred years, which gives an impression of luxury, as it contains many monuments and royal treasures that belong to the family of Muhammad Ali Pasha. There is also a photo album for the kings, princes, princesses, and presidents who stayed in this hotel.

Day 2

Early morning after breakfast, you head with an Egyptologist guide to visit one of the Seven Wonders of the World .... the Great Pyramid ... and discover many of his secrets and you can enter the pyramid to see the engineering creativity for him. Next to the Great Pyramid there is a small museum with a boat that was found next to the Great Pyramid called sun boats. After completing the visit of the pyramid, we head to see the Great Sphinx, and after the completion of the visit to the Pyramids region, it is time to visit the oldest capital in the Pharaonic civilization, Memphis, which is about 30 kilometers from the Pyramids area, and there are many Sphinx statues, but smaller in size and there is also a huge statue for Ramses II. After that, it is time for lunch in an Egyptian restaurant and eating Egyptian food that contains many famous and delicious oriental dishes. After finishing lunch and relaxing, we return to complete the visit program where we go to visit the Saqqara region which contains the step pyramid and And the first hierarchical group in history. After that, we go to enjoy a new experience which is riding camels during sunset and taking many interesting pictures, then having dinner in one of the Egyptian restaurants and ending the day and returning to the hotel

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Day 3

In the early morning after breakfast, we travel with the company representative to the airport to travel to Luxor on a flight about an hour and ten minutes. Luxor is one of the most beautiful archaeological cities in the world as it contains a third of the world’s monuments. After arriving directly, we start visiting the eastern mainland and visit the largest temples of Pharaonic history, which is The Karnak Temple, accompanied by an Egyptologist guide, and we also see the rams road that contains many statues of the Sphinx, which is the road that links Karnak Temple and the second temple in Luxor, which is the Luxor Temple, and then we go to the boat
Accommodation (Mayfair boat ) )
It is considered one of the best boats sailing in the Nile between Luxor and Aswan​

Day 4

 

After breakfast, we go with the Egyptologist guide to visit the western mainland, and there we see a temple for one of the most famous queens of pharaonic history, Queen Hatshepsut, and then we go to visit biggest and the most important royal cemetery in Pharaonic history, which is the Valley of Kings and queens, and there we can see many of the tombs of the famous pharaohs like the tomb of the little king Tutankhamun. At the end of our visit to the western mainland, we will visit the Memnon statue. Then we return to the boat that will sail in the immortal Nile River to the city of Edfu .. We can also see from the top of the boat the wonderful sunset view over the surface of the Nile​

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Day 5

 

After breakfast, we head with the egyptologist guide in a wonderful new experience, where we ride the cabriolet and head to visit the second largest temple after the Karnak Temple, which is the Temple of God Horus in Edfu. It represents one of the last attempts of the Ptolemies to build temples along the lines of their predecessors body and luxury, the construction of the Temple of Horus took about 180 years, and the symbols are remembered And the carved letters of the rituals that were used in the past and that the temple building was constructed where a great battle took place between "Horus" and "Set", and its importance is due to being the most beautiful and most complete of Ptolemaic temples, as it is unique among all the ancient Egyptian temples as being intact or almost complete and then we return to the boat.

In the afternoon we head to the Kom Ombo Temple

Which is located about 45 kilometers north of Aswan, and above a high hill on the eastern bank of the Nile, which is a Greek-Roman temple, was unusually dedicated to two temples and not to one like the rest of the Egyptian temples scattered along the Nile, and the word "Kom-Embu" is a compound word The first syllable from Arabic is called the hill or plateau. As for the second syllable "Nebo" or "Anbu," which is misrepresented to "Ambo", it is Greek and means gold Then we return to the boat where we enjoy dinner with watching oriental dance, Nubian dance and Nubian costume party

Day 6

After breakfast, we go to visit the city of Aswan, which is the capital of Aswan Governorate and the most important cities of Nubia and is considered the civilized region that has long been the southern gate to Egypt. The city is located on the eastern bank of the Nile at the first waterfall.
Among the most important features of Aswan, the High Dam, which is a water dam on the Nile River in southern Egypt, was established during the era of Gamal Abdel Nasser, and the Soviets helped in building it. The dam helped a lot in controlling the flow of water and mitigating the effects of the Nile flood. It is used to generate electricity in Egypt. After that, we go to visit the Philae Temple. This temple dedicated to the goddess Isis, which was flooded by the Nile water and was divided and reassembled in a new location on the island of Agilica, about 500 meters from its original place on the island of Philae and includes its buildings a temple to Hathor and the visitor can watch the sound display And light at night.

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In the afternoon we have a new exciting adventure, which is riding a Faluka. The Faluka is a small boat with sail and sailing by the force of the wind. This adventure will be a tour on the surface of the immortal Nile River and through this adventure we will know and understand the meaning of the word Egypt, the gift of the Nile
Day 8

In the morning after breakfast, we go with our Egyptologist guide to discover a different civilization and time period, namely, Christian civilization. Therefore, we will go to the ancient area of Egypt to visit the Hanging Church. It was called the Hanging because it was built on two of the ancient towers of the Roman fortress (Fortress of Babylon), which was built by Emperor Trajan in the second century AD, and the hanging is considered the oldest church that still remains.
Then we go to visit St. George's Church, which is the only round church in Egypt. It was built in the tenth century on top of the Roman Tower, Fortress of Babylon. The church is linked to the Monastery of St. George. The church is the seat of the Pope's seat and the patriarch. After that, we go to visit the synagogue Ben Ezra. After completing the visit, we go to lunch and then return to the hotel