12 Days Egypt Easter Holiday with Sharm El Sheikh

Incredible Egypt for 12 Days Travel to Cairo, Giza, Luxor, Aswan, and Sharm El Sheikh on a Easter ‘s holiday with Sharm El Sheikh. Visit Egypt’s most well-known sites throughout the holidays. After your arrival in Cairo and your tour of the Great Pyramids of Egypt, we take you to the Red Sea for a delightful vacation where you may relax on the sandy beaches of the most lavish hotels. Contact us straight away.

from $4799/ Person

Trip Summary

Tour Starts: Cairo
Tour Ends: Cairo
Trip Duration: 12 Days / 11 Nights
Accommodation: Included
Tour Category: Red Sea Holidays Packages
Trip Theme: Egypt Beach Holidays - Egypt Cultural Tours
Cities to Visit: Cairo - Giza - Aswan - Luxor - Sharm El Sheikh
Tour Difficulty: Easy
Available for Handicap: yes
Group Size: 2-10
Style: Style - Comfort - Educational - Cultural

Itinerary

  • Day 1

    Arrival

    Arrival to CIA

    Cairo serves as the beginning point for your trip through the Middle East and Egypt, where you may go back in time and explore the best of ancient Egypt.

    A member of our firm will meet you at the airport to welcome you. This English-speaking assistant is capable of taking care of all the necessities at the airport. Your visa, customs paperwork, and receipts for your bags will all arrive promptly.

    After that, a luxurious car will be waiting for you as you exit the airport in their company. As you make your way from the airport to your hotel room, take in the sights of Cairo. Yes, you are interested in learning more about Egypt's varied cultures and traditions as well as the breathtaking sites you encounter when walking the streets of Cairo.

    A lovely hotel will greet you when you arrive in Cairo. A member of our staff will manage your hotel check-in while you wait. You can get a free night in Cairo Streets. Start your 12 Days Egypt New Year Holiday with Sharm El Sheikh after a peaceful night's sleep in your lavish lodgings.

  • Day 2

    Giza Pyramids Plateau- Egyptian Museum

    Pyramids of Giza

    The day begins with a delicious breakfast at your hotel. Then, after meeting you in the hotel lobby, your own Egyptologist will transport you to see the pharaonic treasures. It's time to approach the Giza Pyramids, which, among other enigmatic hints, reflect the pharaohs' immortality in awe-inspiring way.

    To learn fascinating details about the splendour of the Chephren and Menkaure Pyramids and to decipher enigmatic secrets, you first visit the Cheops Pyramid. There are also six smaller pyramids honouring the queens; three are in front of the Cheops Pyramid and the others are in front of the Menkaure Pyramid.

    The fact that you can enter one of those six pyramids is the surprise aspect. The Great Sphinx then welcomes you with its power to transport you to its awe as the pharaonic mysteries encircle it.

    Museum of Egypt

    After that, your Egyptologist will drive you to a dining establishment where you can eat lunch while taking in views of the Giza Pyramids. You then visit the Egyptian Museum, which is brimming with enormous, priceless statues, distinctive monuments, and brilliant pharaonic artefacts.

    Proceed to your hotel to spend the night in Cairo after that.

  • Day 3

    Aswan

    Tour of Aswan City

    Breakfast It is necessary to first meet your tour guide and driver at your hotel before travelling to Cairo Domestic Airport and boarding a trip to Aswan. Fly into Aswan Domestic Airport after that to locate your coordinator. He is granted use of a private vehicle with air conditioning. The journey that will radically transform Egyptians' lives is about to start. The building of the High Dam was one of the biggest megaprojects of the 20th century.

    It would be spectacular to witness water gushing over a massive debris dam, 3.5 kilometres long and one kilometre broad, with a height of 111 metres. The world's largest artificial lake is also present there. The lake in question goes by the name of Nasser Lake.

    A website devoted to pharaonic engineering will explain the mysteries of ancient Egyptian structure. Obelisks were meticulously detailed by ancient Egyptian craftsmen, according to recent findings from a significant engineering site. At the entryway to each temple stands this obelisk.

    Water rushing over a 111 metre high, 3.5 kilometre long, and one kilometre wide debris dam would be stunning. The biggest man-made lake in the world is an additional choice. Nasser Lake is the name of the lake in question.

    Unknown facets of ancient Egyptian building will be revealed by a webpage dedicated to pharaonic engineering. Obelisks were expertly made by ancient Egyptian artisans. Amazing results came from a recent, top-notch engineering site. This obelisk guards the entrance to each temple.

    Philae Temple

    After your journey, take a water taxi to the centre of the Nile to walk in Osiris' footsteps among the pharaoh-like guardians there. You'll be able to contemplate these nice things while sailing since you'll be considering the past from this historical angle. Beautiful greenery and the banks of the Nile are draped in splendour, and the jewel of the temples oddly takes the form of these. The Philae Temple, often known as the "temple of love," is what you are seeing.

    You may also discover remarkable natural surroundings full of uncommon flora and plants, as well as pharaonic inscriptions and gorgeous architecture that recounts the stories of three different civilizations.

    After you've recovered, explore the spice open-air marketplaces in your spare time. You may get a good night's sleep at a five-star hotel in Aswan. With the help of your Egyptologist, check into the hotel.

  • Day 4

    Abu Simbel Temples

    Visit the Abu Simbel Temples

    The lodging serves breakfast. You can get help from the Egyptologist tour guide as you check out. Visit the temples in Abu Simbel with him or her. Before any temples were built, the land you travelled through was revered. It was constructed in honour of the regional goddess Hathor, a long-extinct Egyptian deity.

    Ramses II decided to build his temples here because of the scenic surroundings and convenient access to the Nile River. One can view the stunning scene from a distance. Your escorts to the temple entrance are four enormous Ramsis II sculptures that are buried deep within a huge mountain. Without a doubt, the temple was carved out of the rock.

    Ramses II frightened his adversaries when the sun twice a year passed the temple. He emphasised the beauty of pre-Columbian civilizations in Egypt.

    They allowed the sun to pass through the temple on two precise days each year, lighting up three statues. Ramses II will be allowed to commemorate both his birthday and the day he overcame Egypt in his temple, according to the narrator's words, who claims the sun made this promise to him.

    You can return to Aswan and register for your Nile cruise with the assistance of your Egyptologist.

    On the sundeck, take in the sunshine and suntan.

  • Day 5

    Temples Kom Ombo and Edfu

    There are excursions to Kom Ombo and Edfu from Aswan to Luxor.

    You ought to be able to view the Kom Ombo Temple after you are in Kom Ombo upstream. At this ancient compound, the crocodile god Sobek and the falcon-headed god Haeroris were adored.

    When you reach Edfu, dismount and head to the Edfu Temple. This temple is the best-preserved ancient temple in all of Egypt because it has been surrounded by sand for 2,000 years.

    Finally, while the sailing ship makes its way toward Luxor, a delectable lunch will be prepared for you. Finally, spend the second night of your Nile cruise from Aswan to Luxor at Luxor.

  • Day 6

    Luxor West Bank

    Hatshepsut Temple & Valley of the kings

    Before following your Egyptologist about, have something to eat. Navigate the maze of the pharaohs. Yes, your journey starts in the pharaohs' secret domain.

    The pharaohs then embark on a solar boat journey with the sun to their afterlife as gods, where they continue to rule the following day. The western bank of the Nile River is where Luxor is situated.

    The pharaohs' tombs, which are brimming with incredible riches and unbreakable incantations, are reached after walking through The Kings Valley in the footsteps of people who knew the pharaohs.

    As you explore these fabled pharaoh myths, you then come face to face with an unexpected sight. How cruelly these columns, separating the hill into three terraces, were hacked into a mountain to beautify a temple's entrance at the mountain's centre. It is a temple honouring a historical ruler who presided over one of history's most advanced civilizations. The Hatshepsut temple is visible in the distance.

    Not far from this temple, one may see those two pharaonic giants. Around 1350 BC, the Colossi of Memnon started to pose a menace.

    Return to your Nile Cruise at last.

  • Day 7

    Luxor East Bank

    Luxor and Karnak Temples

    First, rise early and have breakfast while taking in the view from the rooftop. The entire Nile Valley is covered in the lush agricultural vegetation. The ancient Egyptians held similar ideas at a time when history was still being written.

    The area's most famous work of art is the Luxor Temple. The Amenhotep III secret will be made public. While you're there, Amenhotep III seems to be constructing the temple, bringing all of these historical occurrences to life before your very eyes.

    The three to be viewed are those of Rameses II (1323-1295 BC), Horemheb (1323-1295 BC), and Tutankhamun (1336-27 BC) (1279-13 BC). You can tell that the argument between Thutmose III and Hatshepsut was quite genuine. A major historical city is Luxor.

    The goddess Amun, Mut, and Mut's spouse escorted Khonsu, the moon god, and his wife Mut along this old road in a solemn ceremony. Ram Route is undoubtedly a busy road on the other side.

    If you continue down this road, you will eventually come to the largest religious complex in the world. More than 2000 years ago, a defensive wall encircled the city entirely. The Pharaohs are still alive when you initially arrive on this planet and are instructing you greatly about their beliefs. The Karnak Temple in Egypt is depicted in this photograph.

    Sharm El-Sheikh

    Your Egyptologist will then take you to the Luxor domestic airport where you may board a trip to Sharm El-Sheikh.

    You can get assistance checking into your resort when you arrive in Sharm El-Sheikh City.

    Dinner at your hotel followed by an overnight stay in Sharm El-Sheikh.

  • Day 8

    Sharm El-Sheikh

    Free Leisure at Sharm El-Sheikh

    Have breakfast in your hotel and then spend the rest of the day enjoying leisure activities on the Red Sea. Take advantage of the amazing opportunity to dive, snorkel, or even take a submarine excursion to see what lies beneath the surface while swimming in this beautifully blue sea. Coral reefs, uncommon aquatic species, and beautiful, colourful fish can be found below the water's surface in the Sharm El-Sheikh sea. Perhaps the stunning waves are inspiring you to go surfing.

    After that, unwind while enjoying the breathtaking view of the red sea while sunbathing. In the Sharm El-Sheikh desert, you may go and visit the Bedouins, stay on their opulent tents, eat their delicious food, and drink their tea and coffee that has been prepared in the sand. You may ride camels or scale slopes in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, to take in the charm of the desert's alluring environment. You can be treated to a stunning view of the environment at night when the sky is clear and glowing with lovely stars. Then, the Bedouin celebrations significantly enhance the environment.

    Get a good night's rest at the hotel at last. You typically have lunch and dinner during the day.

  • Day 9

    Sharm El-Sheikh

    Free Day in Sharm El-Sheikh

    First, take time to relax and have a leisurely breakfast at the hotel before beginning another busy day of maritime activities. You can take a private vehicle to the marine for a sea trip if you like diving; this mysterious location has baffled divers with its amazing marine life and eye-catching colour reefs.

    Get your lunch and dinner next, after which you can relax at the hotel for the evening.

  • Day 10

    Sharm El-Sheikh

    A Day in Sharm El-Sheikh

    First, take time to relax and have a leisurely breakfast at the hotel before beginning another busy day of maritime activities. You can take a private vehicle to the marine for a sea trip if you like diving; this mysterious location has baffled divers with its amazing marine life and distinctive colour reefs.

    Get your lunch and dinner next, after which you can relax at the hotel for the evening.

  • Day 11

    Old Cairo

    Old Cairo Tour

    Following breakfast at your hotel, you will be driven to Sharm El-Sheikh Domestic Airport to board a flight to Cairo by your tour guide and driver. After landing at Cairo Domestic Airport, your driver and tour guide will be waiting to greet you and bring you to Old Cairo to begin your trip.

    They next take you to Babylon Fortress, passing past the Ben Ezra Synagogue, St. Sergius Church, and Hanging Church. Eat your dinner at 1:00 p.m. Explore El Moez Street, Salah el Din Citadel, Mohamed Ali Mosque, and the largest open-air museum of Islamic architecture after lunch. Continue on to Khan El Khalili, a wonderful mediaeval bazaar, by passing through Bab Al-Futuh.

    After that, ask for assistance from your hotel to check in, and after ending your 12-day Egypt New Year's vacation with a trip to Sharm El Sheikh, spend the night in Cairo.

  • Day 12

    Departure Day

    Departure

    Meet our driver at your hotel after breakfast to make the return trip to the Cairo Airport. During our 12-day Egypt New Year holiday, our airport guide will help you with every aspect of your departure so that you may board your flight home after an incredible vacation to the Land of Civilization.

Inclusions

This 12 Days Egypt Easter Holiday Includes;

  • Meet and Assist at Cairo Airport during all arrivals and departures.
  • All Transfers as mentioned in the above tour itinerary in our Private A/C Coach.
  • All Airports Transfers as mentioned in the above tour itinerary in our Private A/C Coach.
  • Accommodation in Cairo for 04 Nights.
  • one Night accommodation in Aswan.
  • 3 Nights on board a cruise boat with full board.
  • 3 Nights accommodation in Sharm El-Sheikh Hotel with soft all-inclusive.
  • Domestic flights tickets (Cairo/Aswan - Luxor/Sharm El Sheikh - Sharm El Sheikh/Cairo)
  • All Day Tours as mentioned in our above itinerary.
  • Meals as mentioned above.
  • English-speaking professional tour guide.
  • All Taxes and Service Charges.

Exclusions

Our 12 Days Egypt Easter Holiday Excludes;

  • International Flight Tickets from home.
  • Entry Visa to Egypt on arrival.
  • Entrance Fees to all the sites mentioned in our above itinerary.
  • Items of Personal nature (Laundry, Phone Calls…).
  • Drinks of any kind, Tipping and Gratuities.
  • Covid PCR Test and Any Departure Taxes.
  • Any extra activities are not mentioned in our above tour program.

Tour Attractions and Highlights

Package Price

Start from $4799$5280  / Person

Package Prices

12 Days Egypt Easter Holiday runs on a regular daily basis.

The above rate is based on a private tour of a minimum 2 persons and a maximum of 10 persons.

Rates and Prices above are quoted in US Dollars per person in Double occupancy, Due to Covid 19 Triple Rates are not available.
Single Supplement is 40% extra on double rate.

Rates Policy for Children

  • 0 - 2 Years are Free of Charge
  • 2 - 6 Years get 75% discount of adult tour rates.
  • 6 - 12 Years get 50% discount of adult tour rates.
  • 12+ Considered adult person

Notice

  • Our Rates policy for children above are applicable to children sharing rooms with their parents with Maximum 2 children per room.
  • In case your tour to Egypt includes domestic air flights, an additional charge may apply for child according to flight ticket rate.

Important Notes

Egypt United Tours Safety Precautions During Covid 19

  • All Our Staff are wearing face masks during tour and they are all checked daily for negative PCR Test
  • Checking Travelers’ Body Temperature upon arrival and departure.
  • Regular Daily Sanitizing for all our Transportations and vehicles.
  • Complementary Face-mask daily for all travelers.
  • For Accommodation we deal only the licensed hotels, Nile Cruises and tourism resorts which meet with the International health regulation for maximum occupancy of fifty percent.
  • We ensure keeping social distance during all our tours.
  • We provide hand free sanitizer for your use with all our staff.
  • Taking The necessary action immediately for travelers and team in case of any symptoms appears.
  • Follow up with all travelers 24/7 to ensure our clients health and safety.

Recommended things to pack for Egypt Trip

  • Hand Sanitizer - Comfortable Walking Shoes – Hat – Camera or good mobile – Sunscreen Cream – Sunglasses
  • If you plan your tip to Egypt in winter from November till March, a Jacket and worm clothes are a must, rest of the year comfortable cotton summer clothes are OK.
  • Six Month Valid Passport.

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