12 Days Unlimited UNESCO Egypt Tour

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Tour Details

  • Duration: 12 Days / 11 Nights
  • Tour Location: Giza – Cairo – Luxor – Sharm El Sheikh
  • Tour Availability: Available Everyday
  • Pickup & Drop Off: Cairo Airport
  • Tour Type: Private

UNESCO Egypt Tour for 12 Days (Unlimited)

The opportunity to make your own miracle is just a click away, and every traveler will be able to touch and sense the essence of ancient Egyptian civilization through timeless archaeological and natural monuments stretching back to the dawn of civilization. Our expert crew of tour operators, drivers, and tour guides will take you on a twelve-day Egypt discovery tour that will take you to all of the wonderful items chosen by UNESCO, all while providing the highest level of comfort and expertise. Book this type of vacation and have a memorable vacation to remember.

Tour Highlights

Giza Highlights

  • Giza Pyramids Complex
  • Memphis City
  • Saqqara Step Pyramid
  • Bent Pyramid
  • Red Pyramid

Cairo Highlights

  • The National Museum of Civilization
  • Hanging Church & Babylon Fortress
  • Muizz Street
  • Sultan Hassan & Al Rifai Mosques
  • Nilometer

Luxor Highlights

  • Karnak Temples
  • Valley of the Kings
  • Valley of the Queens
  • Abydos Temple
  • Dendera Temple

Sharm El Sheikh Highlights

  • Sinai Mount
  • Sanit Catherin Monastery
  • Snorkeling Excursions
  • Safari Trip
  • Free Days

Tour Inclusions

  • Meet and greet upon arrival
  • 4 nights of hotel accommodation in Cairo
  • 4 Nights in Sherm El Sheik
  • 2 Nights in Luxor
  • One Night on the Sinai Mount
  • Expert Private tour guide
  • Private Vehicle with air conditioning
  • Entrance fees for all the mentioned Sites
  • Domestic Flight Tickets
  • Meals are included
  • All Services and Taxes

Tour Exclusions

  • Entry Visa into Egypt
  • Any Extra tours
  • Tipping
  • Optional Tours

Tour Itinerary

The First Day: Arrival

When you arrive at Cairo Airport, our employee will take care of all of your paperwork, airport formalities, and luggage before driving you to your hotel in a private A/C car to relax. At night, you will visit the enchanting Sound and Light show at the Giza Pyramids Complex, where the entire historical tales of ancient Egypt will come to life in a very spectacular show. You’ll return to your Cairo hotel to spend the night.

Day 2: Take a look at the magnificent Giza Pyramids Complex.

Your second day will begin with breakfast before departing with your tour guide to:

Giza Pyramids Complex

The Great Giza Pyramids Complex is a heavenly destination that epitomizes the ancient Egyptian Civilization’s attraction and magnificence. It is home to some of the most spectacular structures ever erected since the old kingdom (2686 – 2134 BC), including the Great Pyramid of King Khufu, the only surviving ancient seven wonders, the Great Sphinx, Horus, the Complex’s protector, and the Valley Temple, which houses mummification.

After lunch, you will continue on with your tour guide to:

Memphis City

Memphis City, which dates back to 2925 BC and was founded by King Menes to be the birthplace of the first dynasty in ancient Egypt, is one of the first capitals ever built in history.

Step Pyramid of Saqqara

The Saqqara Step Pyramid is a one-of-a-kind structure built for Pharaoh Djoser by his brilliant vizier Imhotep in the 27th century BC to house a special mortuary temple that would serve as his ultimate resting place.

Pyramids of Dahshur

The Dahshur Pyramids are a collection of incredible structures erected for King Sneferu (2575-2551 BC), including the Bent Pyramid, which has an irregular top, and the Red Pyramid, which has a unique red tint.

You will check into your Cairo hotel for the night.

Day 3: Board Your Flight to Luxor, the City of Divinity

After checking out of your accommodation, you will travel to Cairo to catch your flight to Luxor, where our Tour Guide will take you to the following Luxor attractions:

The Queens’ Valley

The Valley of the Queens is a fascinating mortuary temple with around 75 tombs dating from the 18th to the 20th dynasties that were built for the wives and daughters of the new kingdom’s pharaohs.

The Kings’ Valley

The Valley of the Kings is located in the heart of a holy mountain and contains around 30 tombs dating from the New Kingdom (1570–1050 BC), including the magnificent tombs of Tutankhamun, Akhenaten, Thutmose III, Ramses the Great, and others.

After lunch, you’ll continue on your tour to:

The Complex of Karnak Temples

The Karnak Temples Complex is one of the world’s largest religious structures, spanning 800 acres and containing over 25 temples and chapels, as well as several obelisks and artifacts dedicated to the worship of ancient Egyptian gods. It was built between 2055 BC and 100 AD.

You will spend the night in Luxor at a hotel.

Day 4: Visit the Dendera & Abydos Complex, which is awe-inspiring.

After breakfast, you will travel with your tour guide to the divine temples of Egypt’s ancient gods, such as:

Temple of Abydos

The Ancient Abydos temple dates back to the old kingdom and is where the ruler of the underworld, Osiris, was worshipped. The famed Abydos King Record, a chronological list featuring cartouches of Egypt’s dynastic pharaohs from Menes to Seti’s father Ramesses I, is housed in the complex’s temple of King Seti I.

After you’ve had your lunch, proceed to:

Dendera Temple

Cleopatra VII and Ptolemy XII built the Hathor temple at Dendera in the late Ptolemaic Dynasty, and it is known for its vibrant and grandiose embellishments.

After that, you’ll return to your Luxor hotel for the night.

Day 5: Catch Your Sherm el Sheik Flight

You will check out of your hotel and go to Cairo to catch your flight to Sherm el Sheik, where our representative will meet you and transport you to your hotel where you may rest and check-in.

Make your way to Mount Sinai on Day Six.

You will be transferred to Saint Catherine in the evening, where you will begin climbing the Sinai Mount until you reach its peak.

Day 7: Bring the Great Saint Catherine Monastery to Life

You’ll start your day by climbing to the top of Mount Sinai at 3:30 a.m. to see the beautiful sunrise, then descend to the Monastery of Saint Catherine, which was built between 548 and 565 BC at the mouth of a gap near the town of Saint Catherine and is one of the world’s oldest working Christian monasteries. Finally, you’ll arrive at your Sherm El Sheik hotel.

Day 8: Snorkeling at Sherm El Sheik of the Red Sea

In Sherm El Sheik, you’ll continue your adventure by snorkeling in the red sea, where every traveler will be able to see the red sea’s underwater treasures. You’ll stay in your hotel for the night.

Day 9: A Super Safari Through the Sharm El Sheik Desert

Every traveler will have a blast on the most incredible adrenaline trip across Sherm El Sheik’s desert, where the natural splendor of the Red Sea and the Sahara can be fully appreciated.

Day ten: Explore Cairo’s Hidden Gems

After breakfast, check out of your Sherm El Sheik hotel and board a flight to Cairo, where you will continue your journey by visiting:

The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization

The New “NMEC” museum, located across the Nile in the center of old Cairo, houses hundreds of magnificent items from Egypt’s numerous periods of history.

The Hanging Church

The Hanging Church is a significant Coptic structure that dates from the 3rd century AD and serves as the heart and soul of Coptic society in Cairo, with a variety of fascinating decorations.

Al Muizz Street

The well-known treasure road Muizz Street comes from the Fatimid kingdom (909–1171 BC), which was known for its magnificent Islamic art and architecture throughout Egypt.

After lunch, you’ll continue on your tour to:

Madrassa & Mosque of Sultan Hassan

Sultan Hassan’s lavish mosque dates from the Mamluk period, between 1356 and 1363 AD, and is known for possessing some of the most beautiful embellishments and architecture of the Islamic period.

Mosque of Al Rifai

The magnificent Rifai Mosque was built in 1869 AD next to Sultan Hassan’s beautiful mosque, in an attempt to match its brilliant design and luxurious ornamentation.

Palace of Baron Empain

The Baron Empain Palace is a unique Hindu temple in Heliopolis that was constructed between 1907 and 1911 AD.


The Nilometer, which was established in 861 AD to measure the level of the Nile River during a flood, is located on Roda Island in the middle of Cairo.

For the night, you will return to your Cairo hotel.

Day 11: Take an exciting Super Safari across Wadi El Hitan.

After breakfast, you will go with your Tour Guide in a private 4×4 A/C car to Wadi El Hitan, a natural UNESCO destination in Faiyum, some 150 kilometers south of Cairo, which contains hundreds of fossils of extinct sub-order of whales dating back millions of years.

Every traveler will get the opportunity to participate in a thrilling pastime called sandboarding while traversing the magnificent Sahara. You’ll be able to ride a camel across the Sahara until you reach the Bedouin tent, and you’ll be able to sample a delectable BBQ lunch. After your fantastic safari, you will return to your Cairo hotel for the night.

The Last Day: Departure

Breakfast will be served, and your 12 Days Transcendent UNESCO Egypt Tour will conclude with a flight from Cairo Airport to your home.

12 Days Unlimited UNESCO Egypt Tour
12 Days Unlimited UNESCO Egypt Tour
from: 1590

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