6 Days Egypt Family Journey to the Past
- Duration: 6 Days / 5 Nights
- Tour Location: Cairo – Giza – Luxor – Aswan
- Tour Availability: Available Everyday
- Pickup & Drop Off: Cairo Airport
- Tour Type: Family
Family Tour to Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan in 6 Days
Every family from around the world can fully experience the allure, elegance, and magnificence of Egypt by visiting its great attractions in Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan, including the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, the Khan El Khalili Bazaar, the Philae Temple, the Valley of the Kings, the Hatshepsut Temple Complex, and numerous others. The family will have a spectacular 6-day trip with first-rate lodging, transportation, round-the-clock support, and knowledgeable tour guides. The perfect family vacation will last throughout these wonderful regions’ timeless beauties.
- Giza Pyramids
- The Sphinx
- Saqqara Step Pyramid
- Memphis City
- The Egyptian Museum
- Khan El Khalili Bazaar
- Salah El Din Citadel
- The National Museum
- Karnak Temples
- Valley of the Kings
- Hatshepsut Temple
- Philae Temple
- The Unfinished Obelisk
- Aswan High Dam
- 3 nights at 5* hotel in Cairo.
- 1 Night at 5* hotel in Aswan.
- 1 Night at 5* hotel in Luxor.
- Flight tickets “Cairo to Aswan – Luxor to Cairo”.
- Entrance fees to all sites in the itinerary.
- All transfers by a private A.C. Car.
- The service of meet and assist at all your destinations.
- Expert Egyptologist guides during your tours.
- All taxes and services.
- Train ticket from Aswan to Luxor.
- International Airfare.
- Egypt entry visa.
- Drinks and any personal expenses.
Day 1: Arrival in Cairo and a Light and Sound Show
Following their arrival, the complete family starts their adventure, and our representative assists them with all of their paperwork and baggage carrying requirements. A private A/C van will transport the family to their hotel in Cairo so they may check-in and unwind completely.
The whole family will have a terrific time seeing a fantastic sound and light display that recounts the amazing narrative of the famous ancient Egyptian civilization at the Giza complex at night with your tour guide. After supper, the complete family will spend the night at your hotel in Cairo.
Visit the Giza Pyramids Complex on Day Two.
After breakfast, the whole family will go with your tour guide to explore:
Giza Pyramids Complex
The Giza Pyramids Complex has traditionally been a sacred site full of the greatest divine marvels, including:
The Great Pyramid
The King Khufu Great Pyramid of Giza was constructed in about 20 years, circa 2600 BC. The Giza Pyramid, which rises to a height of 481 feet (147 meters), is the largest archaeological feat ever created. It is made of 2,500,000 blocks of limestone and has a well-developed interior with secret rooms.
The Great Sphinx
The legendary, intelligent, and powerful Sphinx created by Pharaoh Khafre is a work of art. It is unquestionably one of the most famous sculptures that were created by humans. It included the body of a lion and the visage of Khafre himself.
The Valley Temple
The amazing valley A temple composed entirely of limestone and granite was constructed near the great pyramids during the ancient monarchy (2700–2200 BC) to facilitate mummification.
The whole family will have lunch at a restaurant with a view of the Pyramids and the Nile before traveling to:
Step Pyramid of Saqqara
The golden six-step stairway to the skies known as the Pharaoh Djoser Step Pyramid of Saqqara was constructed in 2670 BC to honor the tremendous heritage of his majesty. The vast courtyard and funerary complex that are part of it mark the start of Egypt’s golden period of pyramid building.
City of Memphis
Ptah, the king of craftsmanship, art, and creation, oversaw the construction of Memphis, the city of Pharaoh Djoser, the earliest known capital in history, about 3200 BC. Memphis, or “Aigyptos” in Greek, was eventually changed to “Egypt,” the name by which the whole nation is now known.
For the night, the whole family will return to their hotel.
breakfast and lunch
Day Three: Travel to the lovely city of Aswan
After breakfast, the family will depart for Aswan by plane, where they will meet their tour guide to view the city’s magnificent buildings, including:
High Dam at Aswan
To regulate and save the yearly floods in Lake Nasser and create hydroelectricity to effect a cultural and economic transition, the Soviet Union assisted in building the Aswan High Dam in the 1960s.
The Unfinished Obelisk
The incomplete Queen Hatshepsut Obelisk (1508–1458 BC) was intended to stand at the entryway to the complex of the Karnak Temples. 1200 tonnes and 42 meters from the bedrock, it serves as an open museum today and may be used to see all of the ancient Egyptian stone-working methods.
The whole family will have lunch at a nearby restaurant before going to:
Temple of Philae
To preserve the legacy of the goddess Isis of motherhood, UNESCO transferred the magnificent Philae temple to Agilkia Island. It was built in the Ptolemaic dynasty (7th century BC) to completely immortalize the Myth of Osiris.
The whole family will check in and spend the night in a five-star hotel in Aswan.
breakfast and lunch
Day Four: Travel to Luxor, the Great City.
The whole family will finish their breakfast, check out, and go to Luxor by train with their tour guide after going to:
The Kings’ Valley
The Valley of the Kings is a heavenly hidden treasure that operated for more than 500 years during the New Kingdom (1570–1050 BC) inside a mythical hill containing 63 royal tombs to various well-known figures, including Tutankhamun, Seti I, and the entire Ramses Dynasty filled with some of the most magnificent artifacts and monuments in history.
Temple of Hatshepsut
The Most Holy of All The Hatshepsut Temple was cut into the Deir el-Bahari cliffs in 1479 BC to preserve the new kingdom’s ancient architecture. It was built to celebrate the Valley Festival and to commemorate Amun.
The Colossi of Memnon, which stands 60 feet (18 meters) tall and is fashioned from quarried stone in the likeness of Pharaoh Amenhotep III (1386–1350 BC), was created around 1350 BCE to honor his magnificent inheritance.
Before visiting, the whole family will pause to eat their lunch:
Temple of Karnak
The Karnak Temple Complex is a sacred marvel that was built over 247 acres between 1700 and 30 BCE, a period of 1500 years, to serve as the primary Egyptian religious site. It was primarily constructed for the worship of the Theban trinity, Khonsu, Amun, and Mut. Numerous interior temples, shrines, the remarkable Hypostyle Hall, and the alluring Avenue of Sphinxes that links it to the stunning lunar Luxor Temple are all located inside the Complex.
After dinner, everyone will go back to their hotel in Luxor for the night.
breakfast and lunch
Day 5: Travel to the Magnificent City of Cairo.
The whole family will have breakfast, check out, and depart from Cairo to catch their flight before traveling with their tour guide to see Cairo’s wonders, including:
The Egyptian Museum
When the Egyptian Museum was built and made public in 1901, it displayed for the first time the magnificent structures and artifacts from more than 4500 years ago, capturing the enduring history and culture of Pharaonic Egypt.
The whole family will have lunch in Cairo before traveling to:
Citadel of Salah El Din
The Cairo Citadel was built between 1176 and 1182 on Cairo’s heights ground to serve as the country’s administrative capital for more than 700 years. To preserve many mosques and museums that house spectacular decorations and treasures from the height of Islam, it was included in the UNESCO list of Islamic historical sites in 1976.
Mosque of Mohamed Ali
Mosque of Mohamed Ali Built between 1830 and 1848, “The Alabaster Mosque” is a remarkable marvel that stands as a celestial emblem of freedom and allure. It is unquestionably the most alluring example of Ottoman and foreign workmanship.
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization
A window into the past, the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) will throw some light on 5000 years of art, history, and culture. It has a hall of royal mummies with space for 18 kings and 4 queens, as well as around 50,000 items from various historical periods.
Market in Khan El Khalili
The Khan El-Khalili bazaar, one of Cairo’s oldest alleyways dating back to 970 AD, provides the most spectacular and unforgettable shopping experiences while serving as the major hub for the city’s best local artisans.
The whole family will return to their Cairo hotel to spend the night.
breakfast and lunch
On the sixth day of the Incredible 6 Family Tour
Everyone will have breakfast on the last day of their six-day family vacation in Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan before calling it a day and returning home.
Hint: To meet your demands and fit your requirements, you may offer your opinions about including or omitting any trips from your tour schedule.