Private Tour (Fri, Sat, Tue, Wed)
Day One: Arrive Cairo
When you arrive at International Cairo Airport, you will find Egypt Light Tours Rep. waiting for you holding our sign. He will meet and assist at the airport. Then he will accompany you with an A/C car to your hotel in Cairo or Giza. Overnight in Cairo.
Day Two: The Pyramids & Egyptian Museum Tour
After your breakfast meal, you will find Egypt Light Tours tour guide waiting for you to start your tour in Cairo.
Firstly, you will go-ahead to the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square to see the collection reflecting the art and civilization of the ancient Egyptians ranging from prehistory to Greco-Roman times. Also, you will enjoy the gold and treasures of the Yuya and Tuya collection.
After that, you will be moved to Giza Plateau, where you will be amazed by the three pyramids of Kings Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinos. Your tour guide will tell you about the secrets of these great pyramids. Additionally, you will see the Great Sphinx and the Valley Temple.
Finally, our team will move you back to your hotel in Cairo. Overnight in Cairo.
Day Three: Aswan Day Tour
After your breakfast, our team will transfer you to Cairo Airport to take your plane to Aswan. When you arrive at Aswan Airport, you will find your tour guide waiting for you to start your tour in Aswan.
Firstly, you will visit the High Dam, built between 1960 and 1970 to control the Nile flooding that used to happen every year during summer.
After that, you will go ahead to Philae Temple, the temple of the goddess Isis.
Then you will move to Granite quarry to see the largest known ancient obelisk, also known as the Unfinished Obelisk.
Finally, our team will transfer you to your hotel in Aswan. Overnight in Aswan.
Day Four: Abu Simbel Temple Group Tour
After your breakfast, you will enjoy a free day in Aswan before you be transferred to the Nile Cruise. Overnight in Aswan.
Or you may enjoy an optional tour to Abu Simbel Temples to see those colossal temples built by King Ramses II. The first one was dedicated to King Ramses II as a god, while the second one was dedicated to Queen Nefertari and the goddess Hathor.
Day Five: Kom Ombo & Edfu Temples
After breakfast, you will visit Kom Ombo Temple. This temple is shared by two gods, Sobek god (the crocodile) and Horus god (falcon).
Sail to Edfu.
After lunch meal, you will move to Edfu temple, the Temple of falcon god (Horus). Overnight on the Nile Cruise.
Day Six: the West Bank of Luxor
After breakfast, you will go-ahead to the west bank of Luxor city to discover the Valley of Kings, housing 62 tombs of kings of the New Kingdom. Also, you will have the opportunity to visit the intact tomb of the young king (Tutankhamun). It will be an optional tour. This tomb was discovered by Howard Carter in November 1922. In this tomb, you will find the king’s mummified corpse.
After that, Colossi of Memnon, the funerary temple of king Amenhotep III.
Finally, you will move to El Deir El Bahari temple or Queen Hatshepsut temple to more about this great queen.
Finally, you will move back to the Nile Cruise. Overnight in Luxor.
Day Seven: the East Bank of Luxor – Fly back to Cairo
After your breakfast, your tour guide will pick you up to visit the east bank of Luxor city. You will visit the two temples of the god Amun-Ra (Karnak Complex and Luxor Temple). Also, you will see the amazing avenue of rams linking between those two temples.
Finally, our team will transfer you to Luxor Airport to catch your plane to Cairo. Overnight in Cairo.
Day Eight: Departure Day
After having your breakfast, our Rep. will transfer you to International Cairo Airport to take your plane for departure.
- Guide and Rep. fees
- Entrance fees
- Transportation by air-conditioned cars
- 3 Nights hotel accommodation in Cairo
- 1 Night hotel accommodation in Aswan
- 3 Nights Nile Cruise accommodation
- Domestic fight from Cairo to Aswan / from Luxor to Cairo
- Bottled water
- service charges and taxes
- Visa Entry for Egypt. (We can provide you with your visa upon arrival at your request)
- International Flights
- Optional tours and activities
- Personal spending