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7 Days Cairo, Luxor, Aswan, and Abu Simbel Tour
Book 7 Days Cairo, Luxor, Aswan, and Abu Simbel Tour Package to enjoy one of the best-tailored travel packages that will allow you to spend an unforgettable week in the land of the Pharaohs. Firstly in Cairo, we will visit the Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx Monument. Next on the itinerary visiting the Egyptian Museum is the largest and most precious collection of Egyptian art in the world.
Travel by sleeper train from Cairo to Aswan to discover ancient Egyptian monuments and visit the famous Temple of Philae, Unfinished Obelisk, and High Dam.
Drive 280 Km on the way Abu Simbel will visit the Temple of Ramses and the Temple of Queen Nefertari.
Luxor visits some of the most important relics of Ancient Egypt and starts to visit the Valley of the Kings, the Temple of Hatshepsut, and the two Colossi of Memnon.
Enjoy the famous history of the Temple of Karnak and the Temple of Luxor. Back to Cairo by sleeper train from Luxor. Explore the Citadel of Saladin that was built by Saladin and visit the Alabaster Mosque. Then we move to Coptic Cairo and visit the Hanging Church, Ben Ezra Synagogue, Church of St. Barbara, and Church of St. Sergius. Finally, at the end of the day tour, enjoy shopping in Khan El Khalili Bazaars.
The hotels and accommodations listed below are the ones we most often visit on this tour. From time to time we may exchange these for similar properties at the same level. In general, specific hotels cannot be guaranteed on our group tours, but you may select your preferred options if you are booking a tailor-made trip.
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Upon arrival in Cairo, our Min Travel representative will assist you through passport control formalities, luggage identification & portage will greet you. You will be transferred by a private A/C car or mini-bus to your hotel to check in and Overnight in Cairo
Following breakfast, check out of the hotel. The day starts with a guided tour in Giza to visit the legendary majestic Pyramids of Cheops, Chefren, and Mykerionos to view these spectacular man-made monuments. Afterward, a tour of the great Sphinx; guarding the Royal Burial Chambers and the temple of Cheops.
Next is a visit to the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, which was established in 1902 near the city center of Cairo. On display is a rare collection of 5,000 years of art — the world’s largest and most precious collection of Egyptian art. At the end of the day, the tour was transferred to the rail station to board an overnight sleeper train to Aswan.
Upon arrival at Aswan Railway station, Your guide for the day will pick you up and begin your guided tour by A/C Car with a visit to the romantic Temple of Philae or Isis Temple dedicated to the cow-headed goddess Hathor. The temple was started by Ptolemy III and continued by Ptolemy IV, but never completed.
Next is a visit to the Unfinished Obelisk in the granite quarries, the obelisk is 14 m high and is thought to have been intended for the temple of Hatshepsut at the Karnak. The tour ends with a visit to the High Dam. It was erected to store the waters of the flood of the Nile in Lake Nasser. Finally, at the end of the day tour, return to your hotel in Aswan.
Your day starts with a drive-by A/C bus from Aswan to Abu Simbel.
Upon arrival, you will visit the Temple of Ramses and the Temple of Queen Nefertari. Not only are the two temples located at Abu Simbel among the most magnificent monuments in the world but their removal and reconstruction was a historic event in itself when the temples (280 km from Aswan) were threatened by submersion in Lake Nasser. The two temples, that of Ramesses II primarily dedicated to Re-Harrakhte, and that of his wife, Nefertari dedicated to Hathor. After touring, the temples will be transferred back to Luxor by A/C bus overnight in Luxor.
Optional: Sound & Light Show at Karnak Temple.
Optional: Hot Balloon Over Luxor.
After breakfast, check out the hotel. The day starts with a guided tour of the Valley of the Kings, where the ancient mummies have been discovered the Valley of the Kings has two components – the East Valley and the West Valley, it is the East Valley that most tourists visit and where most of the tombs of the New Kingdom Pharaohs are located. The tour ends with a visit to the Temple of Hatshepsut named Deir El Bahari, one of the most beautiful of the royal mortuary temples, and the two Colossi of Memnon.
After that, visit the Temple of Karnak. It is a city of temples built over 2000 years and dedicated to the Theban triad of Amon, Mut, and Khonsu. For the largely uneducated ancient Egyptian population, this could only have been the place of the gods.
Finally, visit the Temple of Luxor, which is close to the Nile and parallel to the riverbank. King Amenhotep III, who reigned 1390-53 BC built this beautiful temple and dedicated it to Amon-Re, king of the gods, his consort Mut, and their son Khonsu. In the evening, transfer to the rail station to board an overnight sleeper train to Cairo.
Arrive at Cairo railway station. Your guide for the day starts with a guided tour with a visit to the Citadel Fortress with a visit to the Mohammed Ali Mosque (the Alabaster mosque). The Citadel was built by Salah-El-Din in the 12th Century and was the seat of power for the following 700 years. On the premises is the Alabaster Mosque of Mohammed Ali, one of the landmarks of Cairo whose minaret can be seen from any part of the city. The Mohammed Ali mosque was built in Turkish style and very similar to the Blue Mosque in Turkey. After that, visit the famous Khan El Khalili bazaars for shopping. Finally, at the end of the day tour transfer back to your hotel Overnight in Cairo.
After breakfast, at the hotel, our Min Travel representative will pick you up. Then, transfer you to the airport and assist you at the airport through final departure.
To book a tour to Egypt, we suggest that you view our Egypt tour packages Page on the website, which includes many tours that are being taken by most of the tourists coming to Egypt. If you intend to make any changes or customize your travel itinerary, you can request a quote by filling out our online query form or sending us an email at: email@example.com
To book a special offer, we suggest that you view the “Special Offers” page on the website to view the itineraries that we commonly offer. If you intend to make any changes or customize your travel itinerary, you can request a quote by sending us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We recommend that your travel bookings should be made 06- 08 months in advance, especially if you are traveling between October – April (high tourist season) and May – December, the New Year holiday season. We highly recommend booking your tour in advance. However, in the case of late/last-minute bookings, we should be able to accommodate them depending on hotel availability.
No, we don’t sell both international and domestic ticketing.
You will be picked up by our representative at the arrival hall of the particular International Airport of Egypt. You should not leave the Airport without our representative if you are to be picked up. Our representative will be holding a welcome board with your name on it. If you are part of a group, the name of the group will be mentioned on the welcome board.
Yes, Min Travel has special rates with many hotels all over Egypt. We are sure that we will be able to offer you the hotels for your budget in the destination wanted by you. As for hotels are concerned. We have hotels of every standard in Egypt. You will find some of the world-class hotels in Egypt. Do inform us what kind of hotels you are looking for, and also make arrangements for big conferences, Meetings, and incentives. You can also book specialized holiday Packages.
Egyptians are hospitable and friendly people. Most of the people you talk to you will find friendly. Always speak to the people you feel like talking to. Avoid people who are too eager to help you or want you to buy you something.
We advise our guests to drink bottled water and bottled drinks. Coffee Tea should be taken hot. If you are traveling without a guide in Egypt you may ask the waiter not to put any chilies in the ordered dish. It is suggested to stick to only cooked foods and to eat fresh fruits after removing their skin.
Tipping is a way of life in Egypt and bus drivers and tour guides expect it at restaurants. Having said this, you still retain the right to the tip and it is highly dependent on your satisfaction with the services received.
Here is a rough guide to tipping:
A bus driver for a group day tour: LE 150,-
Guide for a group day tour: LE 200,-
The bus driver for a private day tour: LE 100,-
Guide for a private day tour: LE 150,-
Baggage handling: LE 05, – per bag per trip
These tips will be given to the driver, and guide after the services.
Nile Cruise: The Tip is about 3 to 5 US$ Per Person per Night.
For Example, if you are 2 Persons and have a 4 Nights Cruise your Tip Amount will be 4 US$ x 4 Nights x 2 Persons = 32 US$.
So you Leave 32 US$ at the End of your Cruise Trip.
Most foreign currencies, cash, or traveler’s cheque can easily be changed in Egypt. There are many exchange bureaus in the larger cities but they mainly only deal in cash. Visa and MasterCard are suitable for cash advances and American Express JCB cards and Euro cards can be used in a wide range of shops and hotels. If you travel to lesser tourist areas while touring Egypt, the best currencies are US dollars, Pounds Sterling, and Egyptian Pounds.
Banking is usually open Sunday to Thursday: 0830 to 1400 hours.
We need 50% of the total tour cost at the time of the confirmation of the tour. This is to be sure that you’re booking a genuine one and we can go ahead with the reservations. The rest of the Payment must be upon arrival on a Cash Basis.
Deciding when to come to Egypt depends a lot on where you want to go. Everywhere south of Cairo is uncomfortably hot in the summer months (June-August), especially Luxor and Aswan, so winter (December-February) is the best time to visit these areas. Summer is also the time when the Mediterranean coast is at its most crowded, but winter in Cairo can get pretty cool. March to May or September to November is the best time to enjoy the warm days without the crush of bodies on the beaches and the midday heat of high summer.
Our Private Tour Package means you will have your own private local tour guide, private vehicle, and private driver for your group. You don’t have to share the vehicle with others. Your tour guide will take care of only your group. With the help of your private tour guide.
If you are traveling with your family or a group of friends, a private tour for your group is ideal. As you will have more people in the group, the price won’t be much higher than a join-in group tour. It is an excellent way to save money and enjoy ultimate service.
Passports should be valid for at least six months after you depart from the country. Please do not bring an almost full or almost expired passport. Visa arrangements are the responsibility of the traveler, and requirements are subject to change by the local authorities.
We recommend that you contact your closest Egyptian consulate or embassy for current information about your nationality.
In general official advice is that all nationalities obtain their Egypt visas in advance, as we cannot guarantee that you can get them at the airport. Or you can get An online e-visa. Please do not use any other website as many scam sites are offering Egypt e-visas.
In practice, however, many nationalities (including British and European, Australian, New Zealand, USA, and Canadian) can and do obtain their visas on arrival at Cairo airport. The process is much quicker and simpler, the cost is currently US$25 p/p and must be paid in hard currency (i.e. GBP, USD, or EUR) – you’ll be given a change in local currency if necessary.
There are no forms to fill in and you don’t need to bring passport photos. Visas are issued at one of the bank desks in the immigration hall before you get to passport control. Our representative will have met you by this stage and will assist with the process.
All African & Indian nationals, and some others, will need to obtain their visas in advance.