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Deluxe Tours

Our trips are Designed for those who want more inclusions, Comfort trips offer a higher standard of accommodation, larger, roomier vehicles and more included activities.

 We know time is your most precious resource so we created a list of suggested itineraries to choose from so you can make the most of your visit to our enchanted destination.














(Deluxe Tours 1)

8 Days Cairo/Nile Cruise/Cairo




Day 1 - Cairo
Welcome to Egypt. On arrival at Cairo Airport, you are met and transferred to the hotel in Cairo

Day 2 - Cairo
Begin your discovery of this timeless land with a visit to the magnificent Pyramids of Giza and enigmatic Sphinx. Walk in the footsteps of Julius Caesar and Napoleon as you enter inside one of these extraordinary creations. visit the Egyptian Museum, to see the treasure recovered from the Tomb of Tutankhamun. This evening attend a Sound and Light show at the Pyramids, which literally illuminates the history of Giza.

Day 4 - Cairo – Aswan – Nile Cruise
Board your plane for a morning flight to Aswan. Visit the Aswan High Dam and the granite quarries, where one of Queen Hatshepsut’s obelisks lies abandoned in the bedrock. Then cross the Nile by motorboat to the well preserved Philae Island temple complex. Sail by traditional felucca sail boat around Kitchener Island. enjoy a typical Nubian folkloric show with live music,


Day 5 – Nile Cruise
This morning is at leisure to relax or explore, or maybe take an optional excursion by air to visit the amazing temples of Abu Simbel? At lunchtime set sail. The Kom Ombo temple is a glorious sight as you approach by river. Unique in Egypt, it’s dedicated to both the falcon-headed Horus and the crocodile god, Sobek. Inside you’ll find hieroglyphs, pylons, friezes and even mummified crocodile remains. Now drift past irrigated fields and palm fringed villages to dock at Edfu. As evening falls join in the fun of an Egyptian dinner and galabeya party

Day 6 – Nile Cruise
This morning explore the well preserved temple of Horus, dedicated to the Falcon God. Then sit back and observe everyday life in rural Egypt as you float down-stream to Luxor. On arrival, visit the temple of Luxor, lost for centuries beneath the streets of the town.

Day 7 – Luxor-Cairo
Across the Nile, to the west of the city, lies the necropolis of ancient Thebes. Stop for a photo of the Colossi of Memnon; these two giant seated figures of Amenhotep III once guarded his mortuary temple. Continue to the temple of Queen Hatshepsut, one of the rare female Pharaohs. In the nearby Valley of the Kings, the Egyptian kings planned to meet their Gods in the afterlife. See how when you visit some of their tombs. Return to Luxor to your final highlight, Karnak, the largest temple complex ever built by man. Walk through the avenue of Ram-headed sphinxes, past the statue of Rameses II, Afterwards, transfer to the airport for your flight back to Cairo



Day 8 – Flight to home
Your tour concludes after breakfast today. You are transferred to Cairo Airport to board your onward flights



Cairo: Guided tour of the Pyramids and Sphinx; Visit Tahrir Square and the Egyptian Museum; Sound and Light show at the Pyramids.Aswan: Visit the High Dam and unfinished obelisk; Take a motorboat to the Philae temples; Sail in a felucca; Enjoy an onboard Nubian ShowKom Ombo: Witness the hieroglyphs temple.Edfu: Visit the beautifully preserved Temple of Horus, the Falcon God.Luxor: Visit the Temple of Luxor; See the Colossi of Memnon; Visit the tomb of Queen Hatshepsut; Enter some of Pharaoh's tombs in the Valley of the Kings; Visit Karnak.









(Deluxe Tours 2)

11 Days Cairo/Luxor Nile Cruise/Aswan/Abu Simble/Cairo


Day 1: Welcome to Egypt. Meet and assist upon arrival Cairo Airport, Transfer to your hotel, overnight.

Day 2: Cairo Begin your day at the pyramids of Cheops, Chephren and Mycerinus on the Giza Plateau. Cheops’, the largest of the three, dates back to about 2690 BC and is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Nearby is the mysterious Great Sphinx, the oldest known monument in the world


Day 3: Cairo Rise to view the treasures of the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities before its doors open to the public. Admire the world’s greatest collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts, including the treasures of Tutankhamun’s tomb and the Mummy Room, where some two-dozen ancient rulers lie in state. Afterward, a short drive takes you to Memphis, the ancient capital of Egypt, and Sakkara, home to the Step Pyramid of Zoser, the oldest known Egyptian pyramid.


Day 4: Cairo/Luxor Today in Luxor, see the monumental
Temple of Karnak, the creation of which spanned the Middle Kingdom to Ptolemaic times. Walk through the Great Hypostyle Hall, admiring its expertly aligned columns. After lunch, explore the Valley of the Kings, including a specially arranged, private visit to the tomb of Seti I. Normally closed to the public, this tomb is the
longest and most ornate in the valley. Continue your exploration with a visit to the Temple of Hatshepsut, Egypt’s first female pharaoh, and the Valley of the Queens.


Day 6: Luxor/Denderah/Luxor Cruise northward on a scenic route far from the crowds and other ships to Denderah, home to one of the best-preserved temples in Egypt; the beautiful Ptolemaic temple is dedicated
to the goddess Hathor, the cow goddess of love and music. Denderah was known to the Ancient Egyptians as Iunet or Tantere, and to the Greeks as Tentyris. It was the capital of the sixth nome of Upper Egypt. Cruise back to Luxor to explore the Luxor Temple, begun by Amenhotep III and completed by Egypt’s most renowned pharaoh, Ramses II. Inside the courtyard of Ramses lies the Mosque of Abu el-Haggag, which was built over a portion of the temple in the 19th century.


Day 7: Luxor/Edfu/Kom Ombo Cruise to Edfu, the Greek city of Apollinopolis Magna, to explore the second largest and best-preserved Greco-Roman temple in Egypt: the Temple of Horus, the falcon-headed god.
Disembark at Kom Ombo (“hill of gold”) to discover its unique double temple, where you can view one of Egypt’s best examples of a “Nilometer,” an Ancient Egyptian method of measuring the Nile’s water level. Return to ‘Sun Boat IV’ to freshen up for an “Egyptian Night” costume party, where you don traditional
Egyptian galabeyyas and enjoy a lavish buffet of local fare, followed by Arabic music and dance.








Day 8: Kom Ombo/Aswan Cruise to Aswan, and board a motorized boat for a short ride to the Temple of Philae on the island of Agilika. Dedicated to the goddess Isis, it was one of the last strongholds of ancient
Egyptian religion. Continue to the granite quarries, site of the massive Unfinished Obelisk, where you marvel at the skills of Egypt’s stonemasons. Return to your boat for afternoon tea, served in the lounge. Later, sail around the Aswan islands in a felucca (sailboat), weather permitting.

Day 9: Aswan/Abu Simbel/Cairo Fly south to Abu Simbel, discovering the two colorful, muraldetailed
temples built by Ramses II. This evening, join fellow travellers for a special “farewell dinner” to toast your journey and swap stories about experiences, history and lore.


Day 10: Cairo As your stay winds down, explore the Mosque and Madrasa (Koranic School) of Sultan Hassan. The Madrasa was designed so the four main Sunni characteristics, Shafi, Maliki, Hanafi and Hanbali, may be taught within the same compound. Later, a walking tour of Islamic Cairo takes you from one of the remaining gates of the city, Bab el-Fotouh, to the colorful stalls of Khan el-Khalili Bazaar.


Day 11: Departure Board your international flight to home







(Deluxe Tours 3)

7 Days: Cairo/Aswan/Luxor/Cairo


This tour is perfect for those who are interested in seeing the highlights of Egypt in a limited amount of time. escorted throughout Egypt by private Egyptologist guide and have private drivers in each location.

Begin in Cairo. experience the city’s most interesting cultural attractions, neighborhoods and markets—our tours offer the most in-depth, sophisticated Cairo touring available. In addition to visiting well-known attractions such as the Citadel, Egyptian Museum and Khan al-Khalili bazaar, also tour our favorite neighborhoods filled with beautiful Fatimid, Islamic, Mameluke, Ottoman, Coptic and Art Deco architecture; well-preserved medieval residences formerly occupied by wealthy merchants; and fascinating markets and shopping streets. Also take a private excursion to the impressivePyramids of Giza.

Fly to Aswan, considered Egypt’s loveliest city. Enjoy touring of Aswan’s highlights, including the stunning Temple of Philae. Your private Egyptologist will accompany you as you drive from Aswan to Luxor, stopping en route to visit the extraordinary archaeological sites along the Nile in Edfu and Kom Ombo. Next, explore Luxor, a bustling town built on the site of the ancient capital city of Thebes. Discover Luxor's most fascinating and important archaeological sites, including the Luxor and Karnak Temples and the Valleys of the Kings and of the Queens.


Day 1

Arrive Cairo 
Arrival private transfer to hotel for 2 nights

Day 2

Cairo & Pyramids
Full-day private city touring and excursion to Pyramids of Giza

Day 3

Cairo – Aswan
Morning airport transfer and flight to Aswan. Arrival private transfer to hotel for overnight. Half-day private tour of temples and sights in and around Aswan. Sunset felucca ride on the Nile

Day 4

Aswan – Kom Ombo – Edfu – Luxor

Transfer to Luxor for 2 nights, with touring of Temples of Kom Ombo and Edfu en route

Day 5


Full-day private touring of West Bank and East Bank tombs, temples and sights

Day 6

Luxor – Cairo
Private airport transfer and flight to Cairo. Arrival private transfer to hotel for overnight

Day 7

Depart Cairo
Private airport transfer




Accommodation: 5 Star Hotels

Cairo: Four season Hotel

Aswan: Old ctaract Hotel

Luxor: Winter palace Hotel










(Deluxe Tours 4)

8 Days Cairo/Nile Cruise:Luxor to Aswan/Abu Simble/Cairo



Day 1: Arrive Cairo 
Arrive at Cairo airport and transfer to hotel. Meet tour coordinator for welcome briefing. 
Overnight: Cairo


Day 2:  Cairo Tour (B) 
After breakfast, begin full day sightseeing tour of Cairo.  First visit Giza Plateau, located in the west bank of Nile, facing Cairo. Cheops, Chepren and Mycerinus are the three pyramids we will see in this plateau and their guardian Sphinx, the lion body human head mythical statue. Later visit the world famous Egyptian Museum. The museum that houses the largest Egyptian collection with more than 250.000 antiques extending over the past 5000 years. Return to hotel. 
Overnight: Cairo






Day 3:  Cairo – Luxor (B, L, D)

Early morning we will be transferred to Cairo airport for our flight to Luxor.  Upon arrival we will be guided to 
embark to Nile Cruise ship and have lunch on board. After lunch begin the tour in the enchanted Luxor, considered the greatest open air museum in the world. Cross the river to the eastern bank of Nile to see thetemple of Karnak and Luxor. After tour return to the ship for dinner and overnight.
Overnight: Nile Cruise / Luxor


Day 4: Luxor – Edfu (B, L, D)

Breakfast on board. In the morning visit the West bank - Valley of the Kings, the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut and the Colossi of Memnon. Sail to Edfu, have lunch on board and will have free time at leisure. Overnight in Edfu.


Day 5: Edfu – Kom Ombo – Aswan (B ,L, D) 
Today visit Edfu Temple, located in the west bank of Nile and dedicated to god Horus, the falcon god. Then sail to Kom Ombo to visit the temple that was built in Ptolemaic Roman era for the worship of god Haroeris and Sobek, the crocodile god. Sail to Aswan for dinner and overnight.


Day 6: Aswan (B, L, D) 
After breakfast visit the remarkable Aswan Dam, considered as one of the outstanding architectural achievements of the 20th Century. Then visit the Philae Temple, which was dedicated to goddess Isis.  Lunch on board and sail on the Nile by Feluccas for the view of Elephantine island (or Kitchener’s island), view from boat. Dinner and overnight on board.


Day 7: Aswan – (Abu Simbel) – Cairo (B)

After breakfast disembark and transfer to Aswan Airport. Clients who booked Abu Simbel tour will take the flight to Abu Simbel to see the magnificent temples of Ramses II and Nefertiti; after you return Aswan you might have free time in Aswan until your flight to Cairo. you’ll be transferred to your hotel and will have free time in the afternoon. Overnight: Cairo


Day 8: Departure (B) 
Transfer to Cairo airport for flight back home.  







(Deluxe Tours 5)

13 Days Cairo/Dahabiya Cruise Luxor to Aswan/Cairo



· Day 1:

· Arrive in Cairo

We meet you on your arrival in Cairo airport and transfer you to your hotel. 

·  Day 2:

·  Cairo - Pyramids, Sphinx and Saqqara tour

Your first tour provides an introduction to the history of pyramid building, with visits to Zoser's step pyramid at Saqqara and of course the 3 main pyramids and sphinx at Gisa. 

· Day 3:

· Cairo - City tour. Sleeper train to Luxor

You head into central Cairo today to learn more about Pharaonic history in the Egyptian Museum. Other visits include the mosques and palaces in the Citadel, ancient churches in Coptic Cairo, and the busy shopping streets of the Khan-el-Khalili bazaar. In the evening, you transfer to the station for the overnight sleeper train to Luxor (flight upgrades available).

·  Day 4:

·  Luxor - Karnak and Luxor temples. Board Dahabiya.

After arriving in Luxor your first tour is to the huge temple complex at Karnak. After boarding your Dahabiya and settling in, your afternoon is free to relax and explore Luxor further. In the evening you visit Luxor temple before enjoying your first of many special meals on board. 

·  Day 5:

·   Luxor - West bank tour

This morning's tour heads across the Nile and explores several sites on the West bank including the Pharaonic tombs in the Valley of the Kings, Queen Hatchepsut and Medinat Habu temples and the Colossi of Memnon. As a private tour, this and all your sightseeing is flexible, and you could also visit the Ramesseum, Workers village, Valley of the Queens and other sites on the west bank if you wish. You also have the option this morning of a very special early morning hot air balloon flight.

·   Day 6:

·  Sail to Esna and visit the town and Temple

After leaving Luxor our cruise begins sailing towards Esna which will be our first stop. Whilst here you will have time to visit Esna town and also the Temple Khnum. The evening is spent onboard in Esna.

·  Day 7:

· Sail past El Kab tombs to Edfu and tour the Temple

Continuing south along the Nile to Edfu, we pass the El Kab Tombs which date back to the 18th Dynasty and will be able to view them from the deck of the boat. After arriving into Edfu we have a guided tour of the Temple of Horus, which is one of the best preserved temples in Egypt. The evening is spent on-board close to Edfu.

·  Day 8:

·  Sail past the Silesia Temple to Komombo

Today we head for Komombo Temple and along the way we will stop to enjoy a BBQ lunch beside Al Ramady Island. Whilst sailing we will pass the Silesia Temple and sandstone quarries which you will be able to view from the deck of the boat.

·  Day 9:

·  Tour the Temple of Komombo and sail towards Aswan

Today begins with an extensive tour of Komombo Temple which was dedicated to the gods Sobek and Haroreris. As we continue sailing towards Aswan we have time for a BBQ lunch on Herdiab Island. Sail on to an island outside Aswan.

·  Day 10:

·         Continue to Aswan and visit Philae Temple

We continue sailing to Aswan this morning where we have a day of tours to visit the High Dam, Unfinished Obelisk and Philae temple. After lunch onboard we have an afternoon visit to the Nubian museum.

· Day 11:

·  Optional Abu Simbel tour. Felucca cruise. Sleeper train to Cairo

This morning you have the option of joining the early morning convoy to Abu Simbel, the amazing reclaimed temple of Ramses the Great. If you choose not to visit Abu Simbel this morning then you have some free time to explore Aswan. In the afternoon we include a Felucca trip to Elephantine Island. In the evening we board the overnight sleeper train to Cairo.

·   Day 12:

·  Arrive in Cairo. Free day - optional tours

We arrive back in Cairo during the morning and the rest of the day is free for you to explore the city some more. We can also arrange an optional day trip to the nearby city of Alexandria or out into the deserts to visit the UNESCO World Heritage site at Wadi Rayan and the Valley of the Whales.

· Day 13:

·  Tour ends in Cairo. Transfer to the airport

Your tour comes to an end today. You have some free time in Cairo until we transfer you to the airport for departure.









(Deluxe Tours 6)

Cairo - 4 Nights Nile Cruise - Sharm El Sheikh

Day 1:

On arrival at Cairo Airport you will be met by our representative who will transfer you in an air conditioned vehicle to your hotel, the magnificent Grand Hyatt in Cairo. This hotel, situated on Roda Island on the banks of the Nile, will be your home for the next three nights. This hotel provides the modern traveller with every luxury they require from its shopping and leisure centres, cinemas, private yacht and other world class facilities. Included at the hotel site are a number of world class Western and Middle Eastern restaurants.




 Today is one of the highlights of you time in Egypt. After breakfast, you will be collected at the hotel for your tour of the Pyramids, out of Cairo. You will spend the morning being awestruck by these marvels of the ancient world, as you look over the main Pyramids and the Sphinx. After your visit to the pyramids, you will be taken for a camel ride in the desert around Cairo. Following this, lunch will be provided at a local restaurant, the Mena House. After lunch you will be returned to the hotel and the rest of the day and evening is yours to do as you please.


Day 3:

Today's touring starts early, allowing you to see the best of Cairo. You will be picked up from your hotel after breakfast and shown the major sights of the city, travelling in air conditioned luxury private vehicle for the day. This tour takes in the amazing Egyptian Museum, home to the largest collection of ancient Egyptian artefacts in the world. After the museum, you will also visit the Citadel, the Ibn Touloun Mosque, one of Cairo's largest and finest. The tour comes to a close at the Naguib Mahfouz restaurant, so named after one of Egypt's most famous writers and Nobel Prize winner. After the tour you will be once again be returned to your hotel


Day 4:

The cruising part of your holiday starts today. After having your breakfast and checking out of the hotel, you will be transferred to Luxor, a city on the Nile, south of Cairo. Here you will check onto your home for the next four nights, Today's touring will take you to visit the East bank of the Nile after lunch on board the boat





Day 5:

 After breakfast the boat will take you to visit the stunning West Bank of the Nile. The tour will take in famous Valley of the Kings and Queens, home to the tomb of Tutankhamun (or King Tut as he is known to many). Also included on the tour is a visit to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsu, a wonderfully preserved temple on the banks of the Nile.

Day 6:

visiting the Temple of Horus in Edfu. Constructed around the time of Ptolemy, it has provided today's archaeologists with a huge amount of information about the development of modern civilisation. Once this visit is complete, you will get back on board the boat in time for lunch. After sailing the short distance to Kom Ombo you will visit the shared Temple of Sobek and Haeroris, some of the best preserved ancient temples in the country. The museum attached to these temples is also worth a visit. After the tour it's back to the boat where dinner will be provided


 Day 7:

After breakfast, your first excursions will be to the High Dam, which before it was built the Nile would flood annually from the tropical southern rains. After your visit to the dam, you will visit the Temple of Philae and the unfinished Obelisk on the banks of the Nile. This is one of the most peaceful temples in Egypt, built to honour the Goddess Isis. After lunch and afternoon tea on board the Royal Lily, you will spend the afternoon on a felucca ride around Kitchener Island. The felucca is the traditional wooden sailing boats seen on the Nile.

Day 8:

fter breakfast you will check out of the Marriott Red Sea and be collected by our transfer driver. There you will be taken to the airport to check in for your flight to your final destination.










(Deluxe tours 7)

15 Days Cairo / Nile Cruise / Aswan - Luxor / Hurghada

DAY 01: Thursday - Depart to Egypt today.

DAY 02: Friday - Upon arrival at Cairo International Airport, you will be met and assisted through customs and formalities, then transferred to your hotel. Balance of the day is at leisure. Overnight in Cairo.

DAY 03: Saturday - Visit the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, which houses the world's largest collection of artifacts from the era of the pharaohs including some belonging to King Tut. Tour Old Cairo, where early Judaism and Christianity flourished in Egypt. Visit sites like the Ben Ezra Synagogue and the Moallaka Church, where the Virgin Mary, Joseph, and the baby Jesus took refuge. After lunch, drive to the Islamic quarter to visit the Great Citadel and visit the Mohamed Ali Mosque, also known as the "Alabaster Mosque". Enjoy a walking tour of the colorful Khan El Khalili Bazaar district. Overnight in Cairo. (B/L)

DAY 04: Sunday - Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza and the defending Sphinx, which have stood for the last 5000 years. Continue to ancient Memphis, the first capital of Upper and Lower Egypt. Also visit Sakkara, site of the Step Pyramid of Zoser. Overnight in Cairo. (B/L)

DAY 05: Monday - The day is at leisure. Overnight in Cairo. (B)

DAY 06: Tuesday-  You will be transferred to Cairo Airport for your flight to Aswan. Upon arrival at Aswan Airport, you will be transferred to your Deluxe Nile Cruise Boat for a 5-day/4-night Nile cruise. Accommodations aboard will consist of an Outside Cabin with private facilities. Afternoon sail by felucca for an outside visit to the Agha Khan Mausoleum and Elephantine Island. Overnight on board. (B/L/D)

DAY 07: Wednesday - Visit the High Dam, Old Dam, Philae Temple, and the Granite Quarries. Sail to Edfu. Overnight on board. (B/L/D)

DAY 08: Thursday - Travel by horse-drawn carriage to the Temple of Horus, the best preserved of all the large Egyptian Temples. Sail to Luxor. Overnight on board. (B/L/D)

DAY 09: Friday - Cross the Nile to the West Bank. Visit the Necropolis of Thebes, Colossi of Memnon, Queen Hatshepsut Funerary Temple, and the Valley of the Kings and Queens. Overnight on board. (B/L/D)

DAY 10: Saturday - After disembarkation, travel by private car to your hotel in Hurghada. Overnight in Hurghada. (B/L/D)

DAY 11: Sunday - The day is at leisure. Overnight in Hurghada. (B/L/D)

DAY 12: Monday - The day is at leisure. Overnight in Hurghada. (B/L/D)

DAY 13: Tuesday - The day is at leisure. Overnight in Hurghada. (B/L/D)

DAY 14: Wednesday - You will be transferred to Hurghada Airport for your flight to Cairo. Upon arrival at Cairo Airport, you will be transferred to your hotel. Overnight in Cairo. (B)


DAY 15: Thursday - You will be transferred to Cairo Airport for your return flight. (B




Visit the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, which houses the world's largest collection of artifacts from the era of the pharaohs including some belonging to King Tut.
Tour Old Cairo, where early Judaism and Christianity flourished in Egypt.
Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza and the defending Sphinx, which have stood for the last 5000 years. 
Then on to ancient Memphis, the first capital of Upper and Lower Egypt.
Also visit Sakkara, site of the Step Pyramid of Zoser.
Travel by horse-drawn carriage to the Temple of Horus, the best preserved of all the large Egyptian Temples.
Cross the Nile to the West Bank. Visit the Necropolis of Thebes, Colossi of Memnon, Queen Hatshepsut Funerary Temple, and the Valley of the Kings and Queens.


Roundtrip Air From New York (JFK) To Cairo.
5-night hotel accommodation in Cairo, including breakfast.
4-night Nile cruise, in Junior Suite Outside Cabin, including all meals.
4-night hotel accommodation in Hurghada, including all meals.
All shore excursions including entrance fees and guidance.
Domestic flights within Egypt.
Sightseeing in Cairo as per itinerary with lunch and including entrance fees and guidance.
All transfers within Egypt with local hosting.
Transportation provided by air-conditioned motor coach.
Private car transfer between Luxor and Hurghada.
Service of an English-speaking Egyptologist during sightseeing




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