Egypt Treasure in 6 Days Egypt Easter Holiday

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Tour Details

  • Duration: 6 Days / 5 Nights
  • Tour Location: Cairo / Giza / Luxor/ Aswan / Abu Simbel
  • Tour Availability: Available Everyday
  • Pickup & Drop Off: Cairo Airport
  • Tour Type: Private

6 Days Unforgettable Egypt in History and the Sahara

Time is a gift that should be used to the utmost, and there is no better location to spend your Easter break than in Egypt, in the middle of some of the oldest towns and structures ever built. Particularly during the magical Easter season, Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan provide a picture of unadulterated charm and majesty. Your inner kid will come back to life thanks to all the magnificent ancient sites and exciting things to do. Enjoy your time, live your life, and reserve us right now.

Tour Highlights

Cairo Highlights

  • Giza Pyramids Complex
  • The Great Sphinx
  • The Valley Temple
  • The Egyptian Museum

Luxor Highlights

  • Valley of the Kings
  • Queen Hatshepsut Temple
  • Colossi of Memnon
  • The Temple of Karnak

Aswan Highlights

  • The High Dam
  • The Unfinished Obelisk
  • Philae Temple
  • Abu Simbel Temple

Tour Inclusions

  • Meet and Greet service by our employees at the airports.
  • Accommodations in 5* Hotel in Cairo for 2 Nights.
  • Accommodations in 5* Hotel in Luxor for 2 Nights.
  • Accommodations in 5* Hotel in Aswan for 1 Night.
  • Entrance fees to all sites are indicated on the itinerary.
  • Professional tour guide during your trips.
  • Domestic Flights between Cairo, Aswan, and Luxor.
  • Meals are included during your itinerary.
  • All Transfers by private A.C Cars.
  • All service charges and taxes.

Tour Exclusions

  • International Airfare.
  • Egypt entry visa.
  • Drinks and any personal expenses.
  • Optional tours.
  • Tipping.

Tour Itinerary

Day One: Arrival in Egypt Land of Treasures

When you land in Cairo, our “Egypt Tours Inn” representative will be there to greet you at your gate and assist you with passport check procedures as well as baggage identification and carrying. In the evening, your Egypt easter tour will start with a dinner cruise on the blessed Nile as you get to relax and enjoy a colorful belly dancing show with a folklore band featuring the amazing Tannoura spin in keeping with Egypt’s whirling dervishes tradition. You will then be transferred by private air-conditioned car to your 5* hotel reservation for check-in.

After that, you’ll go back to your hotel to spend the night.

Day Two: Discover the Wealth of Egyptian Artifacts

Enjoy your breakfast and check out of the hotel to start the second day of your Easter trip in Egypt. Then, join your private tour guide to learn about the treasures of ancient Egypt, beginning with:

Egyptian Pyramids in Giza

The Giza pyramid complex, which has been around for four thousand years and is among the planet’s oldest buildings, will be in your presence. The Giza complex includes the huge sphinx, six smaller pyramids, the valley temple’s location for everlasting preservation, and three major pyramids.

The Great Pyramid

The final of the seven wonders of the ancient world to remain intact is the magnificent pyramid of Khufu, which is located amidst the skies of heaven. Due to the wild origin ideas and sophisticated interior relative to its size, it is more than 4500 years old, making it the oldest enigma in the world. With a height of 147 m (481 ft), it was the tallest building in the world for 3800 years until the construction of the Lincoln Cathedral in England in 1311. It was built in 2580 BC over 20 years using 2,300,000 pieces of limestone, each weighing 2.5 tonnes, and a workforce of 100,000 free skilled workers.

The Great Sphinx

The Great Sphinx, which resembles the fabled beast with the body of a lion and the head of a man said to be King Khafre to symbolize strength and knowledge, is one of the most perplexing artifacts in existence. The Arabic name for it is Abu al-Hawl, which translates to “The Father of Terror.” The sphinx was carved out of single limestone rock and is 73 meters (240 feet) in height and 19 meters (66 feet) in width.

The Valley Temple

The Valley Temple, which was built during Egypt’s Old Kingdom (2686–2134 BC), is where the mummification process takes place. It is one of the most well-preserved ancient Egyptian archaeological sites and a wealth of knowledge regarding ancient Egyptian mummification may be found there.

Proceed to a neighborhood eatery in Cairo for lunch. Then, we’ll go over to see:

The Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum is home to the world’s biggest collection of monuments and artifacts from the more than 4,000-year-old Egyptian civilization. Over 150,000 artifacts, including King Tutankhamun’s treasures, the Narmer palette, Papyrus, and countless others, are housed inside the two-story building. These artifacts are made of a variety of materials, from expensive ones like gold and gemstones to common ones like wood or stone that are shaped like statues. Additionally, there are a handful of infamous mummies that provide insight into ancient Egyptian thought.

You will travel to the airport in Cairo, board your flight to Luxor, and then settle into a five-star hotel for the night.

Day Three: View Luxor’s Ancient Gems in All Their Glory

On day three, you’ll enjoy your hotel breakfast before continuing your Egyptian Easter vacation by seeing all the top sights in Luxor, including:

The Kings’ Valley

The valley of the kings, which serves as the last resting place for the greatest kings and queens of the New Kingdom of Egypt, is like a time capsule situated in the center of Holy Mountain (1570-1070 BC). The valley was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979 as a result of the presence of 63 tombs that are home to a variety of enthralling treasures, artifacts, statues, and hypnotically beautiful decorations as well as the remains of pharaohs including Rameses (I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, IX, X), Amenhotep I, Hatshepsut, and the

Temple of Hatshepsut

The Hatshepsut Temple is known as Luxor’s most stunning structure; it was given the name Djoser-Djeseru (Holy of Holies) and exhibits the might and determination of Queen Hatshepsut, one of the most successful monarchs in the annals of ancient Egypt. The temple took 15 years to build after being conceived in 1479 BC. The temple’s design is based on the idea of the new kingdom’s classical architecture, and it contains some of Egypt’s most stunning sculptures, decorations, and antiques.

Memnon’s Colossi

Unlike the majority of the monuments in Upper Egypt, the Colossi of Memnon are renowned as the enormous guards of Luxor. They are essentially two enormous chunks of quartzite sandstone that are shaped like Pharaoh Amenhotep III and rise at a height of 18 meters (60 feet) (1386-1350). A significant earthquake that occurred in 27 BC devastated the colossi, although they were later reconstructed in 199 AD.

Following a boat ride on the Nile River, your tour will take you to an island for lunch before visiting:

Temple of Karnak

One of the most sacred locations on earth is the Karnak Temple, formerly known as Ipet-isu. The Most Selected Of Places and Pr-Imn House Of Amon is the oldest open-air museum on Earth and the largest religious man-made structure in the world, dating back more than 4,000 years. For more than 1500 years, the Theban triad—God Amun, his wife, the Goddess of Justice Mut, and his son, the Moon God Khnsou—along with other gods like the great Osiris, Montu, Ptah, and Isis—were the center of religious devotion for the whole ancient Egyptian country.

Your hotel will be where you stay the night.

Day Four: Let Aswan’s scenic splendors free your spirit.

You will have breakfast and check out of the hotel in Luxor in the morning to continue your Easter holiday in Egypt by taking a 1*class train to Aswan. Once there, you will meet your private Egyptologist tour guide for a tour of all the city’s highlights, including:

High Dam at Aswan

The High Dam, which was built between 1960 and 1970 when President Gamal Adel-Nasser was in office, symbolizes the contemporary strength of the city of Aswan. The dam was created as a joint venture with the Moscow-based Hydro Project Institute to produce hydroelectricity, improve flood control on the Nile, and boost water storage for agriculture in its reservoir lake Nasser.

The Unfinished Obelisk

The story of the unfinished obelisk, which Queen Hatshepsut (1508–1458 BC) commissioned to stand at the entryway of the Karnak temple, was regrettably left unresolved. Its name, “Tekhenu,” means “to pierce the sky,” and the fact that it was 42 meters tall and weighed 1200 tonnes demonstrates how obelisks were built from the ground up in ancient Egypt. The obelisk was sadly fractured during construction and has continued to stand in the same spot till now.

You will savor your lunch at an Aswani restaurant before finishing the remainder of your day by going to:

Temple of Philae

In Aswan, the Philea Temple epitomizes myth, appeal, and beauty. It is known for popularising the “Myth of Osiris,” which states that Osiris, the husband of Isis, was murdered by his brother. A period of oppression and injustice is put to an end by the destruction of Set by Isis and Osiris Son Hours, the sky God, following which Osiris is resurrected to govern the underworld. Set was created out of sheer hate and envy.

Following the building of the Aswan High Dam, the temple was moved in the 1960s to the island of Agilkia as part of a rescue operation coordinated by UNESCO.

After that, you’ll check into a 5-star hotel in Aswan to spend the night.

Day 5: View Abu Simbel’s Magnificence

To go to Abu Simbel in a private air-conditioned vehicle with your private tour guide, you will check out of the hotel and grab your breakfast boxes.

Temples in Abu Simbel

Since King Ramses II (1279–1213 BCE) built the two magnificent temples at Abu Simbel during the new kingdom to preserve his legacy for all time, they have served as the southern border’s guardian and last boundary. This temple embodies the height of magnificence and splendor in every way. “Temple of Ramesses, cherished by Amun” was the name of the temple.

The two temples at Abu Simbel are for Ramsess II and Queen Nefertari, respectively. On February 22 and October 22 of every year, the sun festival is held there when the sun shines on the faces of the four seated statues of Ramsess II, Ptah (the God of Creation), Amun (The Creator God), and Ra (The Sun God).

After having lunch, go back to Aswan to catch your flight to Cairo, where you may then check into a hotel for the night.

Day Six: Your Egypt Easter Vacation Package Comes to an End

Your last day begins with breakfast, followed by transport to the airport by a representative of “Egypt Tours Inn” so you may go home securely with the best recollections.

Note: To meet your demands and meet your expectations, we may add or remove any trips from your tour schedule based on your suggestions.

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