This 10-day budget tour gives you the opportunity to explore some of the most popular sites in Egypt, such as the Great Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx, as well as some of the lesser-known attractions. You’ll also have the chance to experience the culture and customs of the country with visits to local markets, temples, and mosques.
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Cairo, Luxor , Aswan,fayoum
Experience the beauty of Egypt as you have never before with an unforgettable 10-day budget tour in Egypt with our Egypt budget tour. Discover the country's ancient and modern wonders, from the majestic Great Pyramids of Giza to the grandeur of the ancient tombs and the Temples of Luxor with our Egypt travel packages.
And explore the bustling bazaars of Cairo, take a felucca ride along the Nile with our Egypt Nile cruise tours, and marvel at the picturesque beauty of the Red Sea. With a budget tour in Egypt, you can experience the best of this ancient land without breaking the bank.
At Cairo International Airport, locate our agent who will be holding a sign with your name on it and waiting for you there before the luggage belt. After that, you'll be driven to your hotel in Cairo, where staff members will help you check in quickly before the Cairo Day Tours tomorrow.
One of the seven man-made wonders of the ancient world, the Great Pyramids of Giza, are one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. A special Egyptologist guide will pick you up from your accommodation early in the morning at the hour arranged the previous evening. King Khafra Chefren and King Mycrinos' pyramids were built after the massive King Cheops pyramid.
Due to their enormous size and unusually good preservation, the pyramids of Giza are regarded as the most renowned. They were constructed during the rule of the fourth dynasty monarchs of the old country that we visit on our Egypt day excursions. After that, a fantastic panoramic view of Giza will be brought up for us.
Investigate the Great Sphinx, a lion's body and a pharaoh's head carved into the Giza rock. You will also go to the Valley Temple of Khafraa, the second ruler of the fourth dynasty after Cheops, which was constructed for the mummification of King Chephren, the younger brother and successor of King Djedefre, as part of the burial complex. It is situated at the base of the magnificent sphinx.
Before continuing on our trip to the spectacular Egyptian Museum in Cairo's central Tahrir Square, we will next pause for a great lunch of Egyptian food. The incredible Egyptian Museum is home to a varied collection of Egyptian monuments from all around the world that date back more than 6,000 years to ancient Egypt. The Tutankhamun treasures, a sizable collection of gold and jewellery discoveries that were buried under the sand for more than 350 centuries until the New Kingdom tomb was discovered in 1922 and displayed in its entirety in the Egyptian Museum, are among the more than 160,000 masterpieces that can be seen on two floors.
then transport you to your hotel in Cairo
Our tour guide will pick you up from your accommodation to go to the Citadel of Salah El-Din and view the Mohamed Ali Alabaster Mosque, one of the most well-known landmarks in Islamic Cairo. which in Cairo is a rare specimen of Ottoman architecture. From Salah Eldin's building until King Farouk's rule in the first part of the 12th century, the Egyptian government was housed at the Citadel, a mediaeval stronghold from the Islamic era in Cairo.
After choosing from among the most delectable delicacies of Egyptian cuisine for lunch, take one of the half-day excursions of Old Cairo's churches while learning about Babylon's old Roman fortifications. One of the highlights of these trips is the Hanging Church.
You will also view the St. Sergius Church, which was constructed over the crypt where St. Joseph the Carpenter, Jesus Christ, and his mother resided for about three months. The Ben Ezra Synagogue is the last building you will see. It was constructed before the ninth century and was later changed from a Coptic church to a Jewish synagogue.
Explore the Islamic neighbourhood of Cairo as we continue our day tours of Cairo. Along with mosques like Egypt's Al-Hakim mosque, you may observe historical defences. The city's ancient stone-paved streets and its mediaeval madrasas, sails, and city gates are remnants of the Islamic era. As you take in the minarets of Al Hussein Mosque and Al Azhar Mosque in the oldest section of the Islamic quarter, Khan El Khalili, Egypt's oldest souk, cap off your tours of Islamic Cairo with a mint tea at Fishawy, one of the oldest and most renowned traditional Egyptian coffeeshops, Cairo's oldest coffee shop.
Finally, our knowledgeable tour guide will transport you to your accommodation.
On one of our day trips from Cairo, a Cairo Top Tours representative will pick you up and transport you to the Cairo International Airport so you can get a flight to Luxor. Meet our tour guide at the train or airport in Luxor. He will be carrying a placard bearing your name and the Cairo Top Tours emblem. After landing in Luxor, a private, air-conditioned car will transport you for about 30 minutes to your Nile cruise, which will be your opportunity to experience the everlasting river's charm and discover its fascinating temples and Egyptian history.
After you check in, eat your lunch on the Nile cruise, and then we can start visiting Luxor.
You'll go to the East Bank of Luxor. Egypt day tours start with the complex of Karnak Temples, which was constructed over two millennia to serve as a natural museum of ancient Egyptian art, a blueprint of the might and splendour of a golden age, and a mine of historical data. The Temple of Luxor is a further illustration of the significance of the New Kingdom pharaohs, so go there next. After that, you may unwind in your boat and enjoy a free evening until the restaurant on your boat serves a delicious dinner. On the first night of your Egypt Nile River Cruise in Luxor, experience tranquilly and quiet.
Includes an optional trip to the Karnak temple's light and sound show,
Eat your delicious breakfast in the magnificent dining room of the Egypt Nile River Cruise. As you begin our Luxor day trips to the west bank, your tour guide will pick you up. Learn about mummification in ancient Egypt as you see the rock-carved tombs of the New Kingdom pharaohs in the Valley of the Kings, which is one of the must stops on any trip of Egypt. We will disembark the boat today to visit two of the most well-known sights in Egypt. If pressed, we would name Thutmose III, Ramses IX, Siptah, and Ramses IV as our top four favourite tombs.
We will take a little train to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, also known as El-Dier El Bahari, which is dedicated to the sun god Amun Re. The temple was carved out of the sheer limestone cliffs that rise above the desert in the Deir el-Bahari valley.
While part of the Luxor excursions, you will be taken back to the cruise ship after this memorable experience, and you will have lunch as the Nile cruise liner travels to Esna to bridge the Lock. While enjoying tea on the upper deck of the cruise ship, take in the breathtaking views of the stunning Nile valley. After arriving at EdfuTemple, where you will spend the night, your oriental supper will be provided on board as you take in the musical performance and belly dance spectacle on the serene Nile waters.
Early in the morning, your Nile cruise ship's breakfast buffet will begin, and we'll set sail for Edfu. Take the horse-drawn carriage to the well-known Temple of Edfu, one of Egypt's most attractive temples that dates back to the Ptolemaic era. The Temple of Edfu is one of Egypt's biggest temples and is devoted to the deity Horus. All of the passengers will then board the ship and set sail for Kom Ombo on the Nile. You will exit for an incredible tour of the Kom Ombo temples, which were constructed to commemorate two gods since the locals disliked having a deity that stood for evil and the crocodile god Sobek.
As you finish your tea, board your Egypt Nile River Cruise, which will begin sailing in the direction of Aswan. The evening meal will be provided, and you may enjoy the entertainment before another enjoyable night of sleeping by the Nile.
Start your Aswan day excursions after enjoying a delicious breakfast on board your Nile cruise
High Dam at Aswan:
Start with touring the beautiful Aswan High Dam, one of the most significant construction projects in contemporary Egypt's history, which was constructed between 1960 and 1970.
The incomplete obelisk
You will next be escorted to view the largest unfinished obelisk in Egypt, which is located in Aswan's granite quarries. This obelisk was built to be the biggest in all of Ancient Egypt and the only one in Aswan, making it a unique attraction among Aswan's things to do. Spend as much time as you like seeing the historical places before being transferred back to the Movenpick MS Royal Lily Nile Cruise. Your lunch will be provided on board while you take in the amazing views of the Nile, the island ecosystems, and various migratory birds flying over the city. And at tea time, let the magnificence of these vistas fill your eyes.
The yacht has a sophisticated spa where you may have a massage for the remainder of the day or spend time relaxing in your cabin.
Your delectable supper will be provided on board in the evening, and you will spend your final night on the Egypt Nile River Cruise at Aswan.
You have the opportunity to go on an extra trip to the Philae temple tonight as part of your Aswan excursions.
You will have breakfast on the final day of your Egypt Nile boat excursions before leaving your Al Kahila Nile Cruise Luxor to Aswan. After that, take a flight from Aswan to Cairo, where you will spend the night in a hotel.
Your tour guide will pick you up from your Cairo hotel and take you over 90 kilometres to visit the renowned attractions of El Fayoum. Start your day trip from Cairo to El Fayoum to visit one of the biggest Greco-Roman remains of Karanis, which was built during Ptolemy II's rule in the third century BC.
Then, take a trip to see one of El Fayoum's most stunning sights, the Pyramid of Hawara, which was built by Amenemhat III, a 12th dynasty pharaoh (1814 BC–1860 BC), whose reign is considered as the Middle Kingdom's golden period (2055 BC – 1650).
Continue to see the water wheels in Al Fayoum; they were crucial to the region's economy since they were employed in agriculture. Today, the water wheels serve as the governorate of El Fayoum's official emblem.
Finally, travel to Lake Qarun, one of the most significant historic natural lakes, and Admire Wadi Al Rayan's waterfalls., where activities like bird viewing, fishing, and water sports are popular. Transfer back to your accommodation in Cairo after that.
As you prepare to check out, take advantage of your final hotel breakfast. Your tour guide from Cairo Top Tours will pick you up and transport you to the airport so you can catch your flight back to Cairo International Airport and return to your home country.