Egypt Summer Trip with Nile Cruise and Hurghada Package 15 Days

Your amazing time starts once you land in Cairo to start your Egypt summer trip with a Nile cruise and Hurghada package for 15 Days. Spend your holiday traveling to the Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx, then sail the Nile onboard a deluxe cruise boat to the Crocodile and the Falcon Gods Temple. Undoubtedly, your Red Sea vacation in Hurghada will be your life-time experience. Read the full detailed itinerary and contact our team to check the availability based on your dates of travel.

from $1980/ Person

Trip Summary

Tour Starts: Cairo
Tour Ends: Cairo
Trip Duration: 15 Days / 14 Nights
Accommodation: Included
Tour Category: Egypt Travel Deals 2021/2022
Trip Theme: Egypt Private Tours - Family Friendly Tours
Cities to Visit: Cairo - Giza - Luxor - Aswan - Alexandria - Hurghada - Abu Simbel
Tour Difficulty: Easy
Available for Handicap: Yes
Group Size: 2 to 6 persons
Style: Educational - Enjoyment - Culture


  • Day 1

    Arrival to Cairo Airport

    Arrival and start your Egypt Summer Trip with Nile Cruise and Hurghada Package

    In Cairo, your first stop on your tour across the Middle East and Egypt, travel back in time and discover ancient Egypt at its best.

    To begin, our airport agent will meet you at the airport. This assistant, who is fluent in English, is well-versed in handling airport formalities to the utmost extent possible. In no time, you'll have your visa, customs paperwork, and luggage receipts!

    After that, as you exit the airport in the presence of this helpful individual, you'll find a luxury car waiting for you. Discover Cairo on your way from the airport to your hotel room. Sure, you want to understand more about the beautiful scenes you witness on Cairo's streets, as well as Egypt's unique traditions and civilizations.

    Finally, you will be greeted by a lovely Cairo hotel. Meanwhile, a member of our team will take care of your hotel check-in. It is possible to acquire a free night at Cairo Streets. Relax in your luxurious accommodation and have a good night's sleep.

  • Day 2

    Cairo Pyramids & Egyptian Museum Tour

    Cairo Pyramids 

    Today, we'll travel back in time to 2550 BC, so get ready. Ancient Egyptians who were walking on the same ground where you are standing today built some of the most beautiful items in ancient Egyptian culture, if not the entire world.

    While eating breakfast at your hotel this morning, imagine yourself stepping in the footsteps of ancient Egyptian pharaohs as they hauled gigantic stones to construct Egypt's ancient wonders. The Pyramids of Giza are located on the Giza Plateau, which is a major tourist destination in Egypt.

    Get to know our Egyptologist, He's polite and knows a lot about Egyptian history. He'll take you to your personal air-conditioned automobile. The Giza Pyramids are a stunning sight. You may now comprehend the significance of the time gap and how history is beckoning you! Your automobile comes to a halt at Giza's Great Pyramid, Khufu's Tomb, the Pyramid of Khafre, and Menkaure's Pyramid.

    The queens had unique access to six pyramids. Near the Khufu Pyramid, there are three tombs. You have the opportunity to participate in one of them. While at Menkaure Pyramid, you can also see the tombs of the other three queens.

    You'll come upon one of ancient Egypt's most fundamental afterlife beliefs when walking across these ancient sand dunes at this period. Solar Ships Museum and Mortuary Temple Since ancient times, pharaonic guards have stood watch (2613-2494 BC). Sphinx, the guardian of the Giza Pyramids, displays human and lion-like traits. In the Panorama Pyramids, you may photograph history from a unique vantage point.

    After that, Lunch at a local restaurant is a wonderful way to end the day.

    Egyptian Museum

    Complete your quest in the midst of history after lunch. This time, all of the TuT treasures will be on exhibit in the chamber. The Queen Hatshepsut Collection and Akhenaton Hall are also worth seeing. A colossal statue of Ramses II greets visitors to the Egyptian Museum, which houses over 100,000 rare antiquities.

    If you wish to spend the night exploring Cairo on your own, it is a possibility. At the Cairo Hotel, you'll be able to get a good night's sleep.


  • Day 3

    Cairo Day Tour

    Day Tour to The Attraction of Old Cairo

    After you've finished your breakfast, return to your hotel. Your personal Egyptologist will welcome you. Then you go to Babylon Fortress to immerse yourself in the 1st century's epic history with the Holy Family, passing through St. Sergius and Bacchus Church as well as the Hanging Church. Then there's the Ben Ezra Synagogue, where you may learn about Jewish history.

    After that, your Egyptologist takes you to a great Cairo restaurant for a delectable lunch.

    After that, you're on a date with the attraction of the eastern atmosphere of former ages. The vivid Islamic architecture and glittering workmanship of these wonderful vintage tiles in El Moez Street and Khan Khalili welcome you.

    Finally, your Egyptologist transfer you to Cairo Train Station to travel to Aswan City by sleeper train and dinner on board.

  • Day 4

    Arrival To Aswan - Check in Hotel

    Aswan City Tour

    It's time to bid farewell to this incredible Egypt summer trip with Nile cruise. When you exit the train, we'll write your name on a sign. Look for your coordinator. With him/her, a private air-conditioned vehicle is provided. The endeavour that will change Egyptians' lives is about to begin. The construction of the High Dam was one of the most significant megaprojects of the twentieth century.

    The image of water flowing over a large rubble dam with a height of 111 metres, a length of 3.5 kilometres, and a width of 1 kilometre would be breathtaking. The world's largest man-made lake may also be seen. The water body in question is known as Nasser Lake.

    A pharaonic engineering site is set to expose ancient Egyptian architecture secrets. Spectacular Results from a Recent Great Engineering Site The hands of ancient Egyptians described obelisks in great detail. This obelisk can be found at the entrance of each temple.

    It was built to accompany the sky thousands of years ago. A single column allows the sun's rays to illuminate a whole temple. What method did the ancient Egyptians use to carve these obelisks? You should've seen how they were hauled to the temples! How were they raised to be able to endure for thousands of years? As the pharaohs describe it, everything is right there in plain sight at the Unfinished Obelisk site.

    You'll have lunch in the midst of Aswan's natural beauty. Philae Port is next. A friendly Nubian greets you on your first meeting with them.

    Philae Temple

    After your visit, take a water taxi to follow in Osiris' footsteps along the heart of the Nile, where Pharaoh-like guards await your every move! You'll have this historical perspective in your head while sailing, allowing you to think about these great things. The jewel of the temples appears magically as verdant flora and the Nile's magnificence cover its banks. You're staring at Philae Temple, which means "love temple."

    Discover unusual trees and flowers in the middle of rare nature, as well as pharaonic inscriptions and stunning architecture that narrates the narrative of three civilizations.

    Finally, spend your spare time at the spice open-air markets after you've rested. Sleep peacefully in an Aswan luxury hotel. Your Egyptologist will assist you with the hotel check-in process during your trip to Egypt.


  • Day 5

    Abu Simbel Temples

    Day Trip to Abu Simbel Temples from Aswan

    Breakfast is available at the motel. While checking out, the Egyptologist tour guide will be on hand to assist you. With him/her, go to the Abu Simbel temples. Even before any temples were built, the country you were traveling through was holy. It was dedicated to Hathor, an ancient Egyptian goddess who was worshipped there.

    Because of its natural beauty and proximity to the Nile River, Ramses II chose this location for his temples. From afar, the breathtaking view appears. Four gigantic sculptures of Ramsis II lead you to the temple entrance in the guts of a massive mountain. Yes, the temple was carved into the mountainside.

    Ramses II terrorized his opponents when the sun walked twice a year through the temple. He emphasized the beauty of ancient Egypt's civilizations in his remarks.

    They allowed the sun to walk on a specific path within the temple on two specific dates each year, illuminating three statues. "It's as if the sun has promised Ramses II that he will be able to celebrate his birthday and the day he conquered Egypt in his temple."

    Finally, transfer back to Aswan by a/c private modern vehicle, As part of the Nile Cruise Check-in, your Egyptologist will assist you.

    Sundeck: Enjoy the sun and tan.

  • Day 6

    Nile Cruise Sailing

    The Crocodile God Kom Ombo Temple Visit

    Get up early and enjoy your breakfast while taking in the sights from the rooftop. The Nile Valley is awash in farmland greenery. The ancient Egyptians held a similar viewpoint. In the midst of living history, who are you?

    Your guide takes you on a boat tour in Aswan. It's a haven of fruit trees, unusual trees, and beautiful flowers. It's a haven of peace and calm. The location is known as Kitchener Island. The Aga Khan Mausoleum is a stunning Fatimid architectural wonder that resembles a flower in the midst of the Nile, and you can finish your adventure by boating through it.

    The Nile Cruise will take you to the centre of the Nile, exactly as the ancient Egyptians did when they sailed to Kom Ombo Temple. When you get at the temple of Kom-Ombo, your time as an ancient Egyptian comes to an end (Kombo Temple).

    Crocodiles were frequently spotted along this bend in the Nile in ancient Egypt. The ancient Egyptians built the Kom Ombo Temple, the abode of Sobek, the crocodile god, for this purpose.

    In this temple, you'll find an ancient Egyptian hospital and birthplace, as well as an ancient Egyptian hospital. As well as the tools used in surgery, there is a written record of the operations. Bring your lunch back to your Nile Cruise so you can continue to Edfu Temple.

    As you spend the night in Edfu, think of the temple you will see in the morning. Get a good night's sleep after your meal.


  • Day 7

    Edfu Temple & Luxor Night Tour

    The Falcon God Edfu Temple Visit

    Enjoy a horse-drawn carriage journey to Edfu Temple in the company of your Egyptologist. As soon as you arrive, you'll be surrounded by the second-largest and best-preserved pharaonic temple in the world. It turns out that you're a part of one of the world's largest religious celebrations!

    Through these beautiful pharaonic inscriptions, learn more about ancient Egyptian beliefs and daily life.

    Bring your Nile Cruise back to life, especially when you pass through the Esna Lock. Enjoy your lunch on the sundeck. Then, enjoy a free night around Luxor's streets and bazaars.

    Finally, relax in a cozy bed after a delicious dinner on the Nile Cruise ship!

  • Day 8

    Full Day Tour in Luxor

    Luxor City Tour

    Today, we bid farewell to the temptation of a luxury Nile Cruise, but there is another allure in this city, which is home to one-third of the world's most significant historical buildings. Luxor City, also known as Theba, was the ancient Egyptian civilization's capital during the ancient world's middle and modern kingdoms.

    Take a bite to eat and then follow your Egyptologist around. During your Nile Cruise check-out, he or she will assist you. Make your way along a pharaonic secret route. Yes, your journey begins with the pharaohs' hidden realm.

    It is the afterlife world, where the pharaohs live as gods, leaving with the sunset on a solar boat to return as gods the next day. Luxor is located on the Nile River's west bank.

    The pharaohs constructed a secret passageway to conceal the royal tombs. Even the tomb workers had no idea where the trail went.

    Following that, your adventure will lead you on foot through The Kings Valley, following in the paths of people who were close to the pharaohs, until you arrive at their tombs, which are loaded with magnificent treasure and indelible incantations.

    An extraordinary sight arises in front of you as you wander through these magical beliefs for the pharaohs. How ferociously these columns were carved into a mountain to adorn the entryway of a temple in the mountain's heart, dividing the hill into three terraces. It is a shrine dedicated to a historical queen who ruled over one of the world's greatest civilizations. In the background, you can see Hatshepsut's temple.

    Meanwhile, those two pharaonic giants can be seen within a few minutes' walk from this temple. The Colossi of Memnon began to threaten the epoch around 1350 BC.

    Later, Have a rest and eat your lunch before you leave the west side of Luxor and its attractiveness.

    Luxor Temple

    Luxor Temple is the city's most notable work of art. The secret of Amenhotep III will be revealed there. All of these historical events come to life in front of your eyes, as though Amenhotep III is actively building the temple while you are in the location.

    There are three tombs to visit: Tutankhamun (1336-27 BC), Horemheb (1323-1295 BC), and Rameses II (1323-1295 BC) (1279-13 BC). Hatshepsut and Thutmose III were clearly at odds with one another, as you can see. Luxor is a city steeped with history.

    Khonsu, the moon god, and his wife Mut were brought down this ancient path by the deity Amun, Mut, and Mut's spouse in a religious ceremony. Ram Road, on the other hand, is undeniably a busy thoroughfare. These streets were established by the ancient Egyptians.

    At the same time, you will arrive at the world's largest religious complex if you continue on this path. The city was completely enclosed by a fortified perimeter more than 2000 years ago. When you enter this planet, you'll discover that the Pharaohs are still alive, and they're telling you incredible things about their beliefs. The subject of this photograph is Egypt's Karnak Temple.

    Luxor city is yours to explore as much as you like until your train arrives.

    Finally, your Egyptologist will be transfer you to Hurghada City by a/c private vehicle.

    Arrive Hurghada City and get assist to check-in at your Resort.

    Finally, dinner at your hotel and overnight in Hurghada.

  • Day 9


    Free time at leisure at Red Sea

    To begin, your day begins with breakfast in your hotel, followed by an open day of red sea activities and sports. If you want to swim in this brilliant blue water, you can, and if you want to learn more about what's beneath the surface, diving, snorkeling, or even riding a submarine will be a terrific way to do so. Rare marine life, glittering and colorful fish, and coral reefs can all be found beneath the surface of the Hurghada sea. Perhaps the beautiful waves inspire a desire to go surfing.

    Then relax and take in the stunning view of the red sea while sunbathing. You may visit the Hurghada desert to meet the Bedouins, sit in their luxurious tents, and sample their delectable meals and sand-cooked tea and coffee drinks. In Hurghada, Egypt, you can climb mountains or take camel rides to experience the allure of the desert's enticing nature. At night, the sky is clear with sparkling stars, allowing you to enjoy a stunning landscape view, while Bedouin festivals add even more beauty to the occasion.

    finally, get a relaxing night at the hotel. Your day is not free of Lunch and Dinner meals.


  • Day 10


    Free time at leisure at Hurghada

    To begin, have a leisurely breakfast at the hotel before embarking on another busy day of maritime activities. If you enjoy diving, using a private vehicle to the marine to have a sea trip is a possibility; this magical place has perplexed divers with its magnificent marine life and uncommon color reefs.

    finally, Get your lunch and dinner meals, and enjoy a comfortable night at the hotel.


  • Day 11


    Free time at leisure at Red Sea

    8:00 A.M. You can take our extra desert safari trip to observe the Bedouin people and appreciate the Egyptian wilderness. The motel provides breakfast.

    If you purchase an extra ticket, the desert safari departs at 10:00 a.m. and returns at 5:00 p.m.

    Lunch and dinner are served on time at the hotel, and you'll have a wonderful overnight stay.

  • Day 12

    Hurghada & Cairo

    Free time at leisure at Hurghada

    Breakfast at your hotel and free leisure time at your hotel beach and pool.

    Then, meet your tour guide and driver to transfer back to Cairo by a/c private modern vehicle.

    Arrive Cairo and get assist to check-in at your hotel.

    Freshen up and meet your tour guide and driver to transfer to Khan El-Khalili Bazaar for free walk and shopping.

    Finally,, transfer back to your hotel and overnight in Cairo.

  • Day 13

    Saqqara Memphis and Dahshur Tour

    Saqqara Tour

    To begin, meet our tour guide and driver at 08:00 to begin your Saqqara Memphis and Dahshur Tour.

    On this day, you will visit three of Egypt's most important sights, including Saqqara, where you will view the Step Pyramid. After that, you'll travel to Memphis, where you'll see ancient Egypt's first capital. Finally, there's Dahshur, where you may see the Bent and Red Pyramids.

    Your journey begins with a scenic 30-minute ride through the countryside of Giza in our air-conditioned private vehicle. Appreciate the rural setting and the juxtaposition of green and desert. Arrive in Saqqara and prepare for a once-in-a-lifetime visit to King Zoser's Step Pyramid.

    Visit the Pyramids Complex to see the world's finest limestone walls, which date back 4500 years. The deep shafts and copra statues will be shown to you by your tour guide. In the same vein, understand how the Step Pyramid was erected with the help of your Egyptologist tour guide. The Northern Star Statue and the Pyramids' Courtyard are both worth seeing.

    After that, travel to Mit Rahina hamlet to visit the Memphis Open-Air Museum, where you will view Egypt's Oldest Capital. Visit King Ramses II's massive colossi and Queen Hatshepsut's Alabaster Sphinx. Follow your Egyptologist tour guide to the Granit Sarcophagus, which is covered with Book of the Dead rites. Enjoy the breathtaking panorama of Memphis City, as well as the scattered statues of Ancient Egypt's Kings and Gods.

    You also had the option to eat lunch in a country restaurant near Memphis, where you could sample Egyptian cuisine.

    Dahshur Tour

    Transfer to Dahshur after that to see the Red and Bent Pyramids.

    To begin, visit the Red Pyramid, where you will have the unique opportunity to walk through its passageways and witness the burial chamber. After that, your tour guide will take you to The Bent Pyramid to observe the first true attempt at building a pyramid-shaped royal tomb. Take a stroll around the Bent Pyramid to observe the Queen Pyramid G1-a in the background and the Black Pyramid from afar.

    Finally, transfer back to your hotel and overnight in Cairo.

  • Day 14

    Alexandria Day Tour

    Alexandria City Tour

    8 a.m. Start your Alexandria Sightseeing day excursion on the Highway to Alexandria from Cairo with your private tour guide and driver in an A/C private vehicle.

    Take a break on the highway to freshen yourself and use the restroom at the Master coffee shop and restaurant.

    Arrive at Alexandria after a 3-hour drive on the motorway from Cairo.

    Your tour guide will accompany you on a walk along the Mediterranean Sea, where you will enjoy the cool breezes. Of course, tour the attractions of Alexandria to be immersed in the Roman and Greek ages.

    A massive single Corinthian column stands on a steep mountaintop in this historical city. Pompey's Pillar is the world's largest memorial column. Since 305AD, it has been accompanying the sky.

    After that, continue to another Alexandria Sightseeing to the west of this gigantic historical column, where you will locate Egypt's greatest burial site. It accomplishes an outstanding blend of pharaonic and Roman arts in its architecture and ornamentation. As a result, have a look at some of the most unique and eye-catching designs. It's the Kom El Shokafa Roman Catacombs. The Roman concerts began in the 4th century, and the crucial official Greece assembly took place here. So, go to the Roman Amphitheater to view how the theatre looked during the Roman era.

    Meanwhile, relax and have a midday meal while taking in the beauty of the Mediterranean Sea. Then, in Alexandria, finish your full-day excursion.

    Quitbay Citadel

    Your next destination is the Quitbay Citadel. It dates from the 14th century and is the strongest fortification on the Mediterranean coast.

    Similarly, the ships on a day's march from Alexandria can be seen there. You're walking atop the ruins of one of the old world's wonders because it's the location of the Light House.

    Then proceed to the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, the world's fourth biggest Francophone library. Explore a unique collection of original manuscripts, one-of-a-kind books, and historical maps.

    Finally, transfer back to your hotel and overnight in Cairo.

  • Day 15


    Departure Day

    Finally, returning home from Egypt is simple with the assistance of our tour guide at the airport, particularly with regard to travel regulations such as luggage and boarding. Fly back home with lovely memories about your Egypt Summer Trip with Nile Cruise and Hurghada Package.


Egypt Summer Trip with Nile Cruise and Hurghada Package 15 Days Package rate includes:

  • Airport assistance, luggage collection, and customs procedures.
  • Transfers throughout the entire trip duration in a/c modern vehicle.
  • 1-night First-class sleeper train (Cairo to Aswan) with meals.
  • 5 nights accommodation in Cairo at hotel. (with bed, breakfast).
  • Accommodation for one night at Aswan hotel. (with bed, breakfast).
  • Nile Cruise accommodation for 3 nights with full board.
  • 4 nights accommodation at hotel in Hurghada with full-board.
  • All meals are mentioned in the above tour agenda.
  • All taxes and services charges.


Egypt Summer Trip with Nile Cruise and Hurghada Package 15 Days Package rate excludes:

  • International and domestic flight costs.
  • Entry visas to Egypt on arrival.
  • Entry fees to sites are mentioned in the above tour agenda.
  • Various drinks are not named in our itinerary.
  • Internet costs, airtime, and personal calls charges.
  • All activities not mentioned in the above 21 days Egypt tour.
  • Any Meals or Snacks not mentioned in our itinerary.
  • Personal expenditure.
  • Gratuities and tippings.

Tour Attractions and Highlights

Package Price

Start from $1980$2120  / Person

Package Prices

"Egypt Summer Trip with Nile Cruise and Hurghada Package 15 Days package" Rates All Year Round:

Our above rate is from 1st June to 31st August.

From 1st Sep to 30th April a supplement of 25% is applicable except for Christmas and New Year.

Peak season from 20th Dec to 10th Jan (Xmas & New Year) Supplement is 40%.

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


  • 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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Egypt United Tours Payment Policy

We highly recommend early reservations to guarantee and book preferred selected accommodation. Normal Season We require 25% deposit of full price One Month Prior tour start to secure and guarantee tour space. On High Seasons Christmas, New Year, Easter Vacation and for packages includes airfare we require 50% deposit 2 Months before tour starts.

Tour Deposit could be made by Bank Transfer to our company bank account, Western Union or Credit Card. Balance payment should be received on your arrival to hotel in Egypt.

Tour Tipping

It’s not obligatory to tip every person giving you a service here in Egypt while its now part of Egyptian culture for appreciating your satisfaction for a good service.

Giving and Charities

We make a donation to Egyptian Thalassemia Association ETA for each booking reserved.