15 Days Family Tour Across the Corners of Egypt

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Through 15 days family tour across the corners of Egypt, the entire family will live their dream completely tour in the most enchanting attractions of Egypt.

Tour Details

  • Duration: 15 Days / 14 Nights
  • Tour Location: Cairo – Alexandria – Luxor – Aswan – Hurghada
  • Tour Availability: Available Everyday
  • Pickup & Drop Off: Cairo Airport
  • Tour Type: Family

15 Days Egypt Family Wonderland Adventure

The whole family may take a tour of Egypt’s heavenly regions, which have endured the test of time to display a variety of magnificent historical and cultural treasures, as well as the natural beauty that is worth discovering, all inside enthralling towns like Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor, Aswan, and Hurghada. The whole family will be treated like royalty throughout this 15-day Egypt family trip, which includes the most soothing and competent service, luxurious lodgings, magnificent Nile cruises, reliable transportation, round-the-clock customer support, and highly knowledgeable tour guides.

Egypt is regarded as the most suitable holiday spot in the world owing to its abundance of amazing attractions that come in a variety of forms, and sizes, and have their distinctive histories. The magnificent city of Cairo is recognized for housing several notable landmarks, including the Salah el-Din Citadel, Khan El Khalili Bazaar, the national museum, and the huge pyramids of Giza. The wonderful collection of structures in Alexandria, the Mediterranean Sea’s gem, includes the catacombs, the Qaitbey castle, and more. The complete family will travel between the legendary towns of Luxor and Aswan to see the Philae Temple, Abu Simbel Temple, Edfu & Kom Ombo, Luxor Temple, Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut Temple, and Karnak Temple Complex, among other sites. Hurghada’s freshwaters and alluring environment will serve as the gateway to a fun super safari and snorkeling trip in the red sea. Every member of the family will have the vacation of a lifetime.

Tour Highlights

Cairo Attractions

  • Cairo Pyramids
  • The National & Egyptian Museums
  • Salah El-Din Citadel
  • Khan El Khalili Bazaar

Alexandria Attractions

  • Qaitbay Citadel
  • Pompey’s Pillar
  • The Catacombs
  • Alexandria Library

Luxor Attractions

  • Karnak Temples
  • Hatshepsut Temple
  • Valley of the Kings
  • Luxor Temple
  • Edfu Temple

Aswan Attractions

  • Abu Simbel Temple
  • Aswan High Dam
  • Philae Temple
  • The Unfinished Obelisk
  • Kom Ombo Temple

Tour Inclusions

  • 5 nights accommodation at 5* hotel in Cairo.
  • 3 nights accommodation at 5* deluxe Cruise.
  • 2 nights accommodation at 5* hotel in Luxor.
  • 4 nights accommodation in 5* hotel in Hurghada.
  • Flight tickets “Cairo to Aswan / Hurghada to Cairo”.
  • Meet and assist service at all destinations.
  • All transfers by private A.C Cars.
  • Egyptologist guides during all your tours.
  • Entrance fees to all the sights mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Safari Tour by Quads.
  • Snorkeling excursion.
  • All service charges and taxes.

Tour Exclusions

  • Any Optional tours.
  • Egypt entry visa.
  • Tipping.

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Cairo and a Light and Sound Show

Our representative will help the whole family with all the paperwork and baggage carrying when they arrive at the Cairo airport. After that, a private A/C vehicle will take you to your hotel in Cairo so you may check-in and unwind.

Your tour guide will take the whole family to the Giza complex for an exciting sound and light display at night, where they can see how the ancient Egyptian civilization came to be. The whole family will have supper at a neighborhood eatery before spending the night at their hotel in Cairo.

Food: Dinner

Day Two: Tour to the Pyramids, Memphis, and Saqqara

After breakfast, the complete family will go with their tour guide to see:

Giza Pyramids Complex

The Giza Pyramids Complex is a stunning and timeless open museum that has structures dating back more than 4500 years, including:

The Great Pyramid

A ladder to the skies, the Great Pyramid of Giza was built in 2600 BC by Pharaoh Khufu during the 4th dynasty, with the help of his vizier Hemiunu. With a height of 147 m (481 ft) and a total weight of 6 million tonnes, it is one of the oldest, biggest, and tallest structures on Earth. It is constructed of 2.5 million slabs of limestone.

The Great Sphinx

The Sphinx of Pharaoh Khafre (2558–2532 BC) was carved from a single block of limestone and has the head and body of a lion. It is a living work of art.

The Valley Temple

Mummification is the major function of the Valley Temple, which has several granite columns and alabaster flooring.

The whole family will have lunch at a magnificent restaurant with a view of the Pyramids and the Nile before traveling to:

Step Pyramid of Saqqara

Imhotep began a tremendous effort to usher in a new era of the building between 2670 and 2650 BC, and it was sparked by the Step Pyramid of Saqqara. It was the first structure to include a funerary complex and a courtyard, and it was intended to serve as Pharaoh Djoser’s burial place.

City of Memphis

Under the guardianship of the deity Ptah, the patron of craftsmanship and creation, Memphis city was raised from the ashes of the Egyptian Sahara in the 31st century BC to become the first capital of ancient Egypt. The contemporary term “Egypt” is derived from the Greek name for Memphis, “Aigyptos.”

The whole family will return to their hotel in Cairo at the end of the day to spend the night.

breakfast and lunch

Day 3: Travel to the fascinating City of Alexandria

After breakfast, the whole family will go to the charming city of Alexandria with their tour guide in a private A/C vehicle to explore:

Kom El Shoqafa’s catacombs

An old marvel from the Middle Ages, the Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa date back to the 2nd century BC. It’s a three-story Greco-Roman single-family mausoleum with exquisite embellishments and a Caracalla hall from the early Roman and Hellenistic periods.

Pompey’s Pillar

The 33.85 m-tall, granite Pompey pillar, a marvel to visitors, was built in 300 AD for Roman Emperor Diocletian.

Citadel of Qaitbay

The Qaitbay Citadel, an Islamic landmark on the Mediterranean Sea coast, was constructed in 1447 AD by Al-Ashraf Sayf al-Din Qa’it Bay on the same site where the Lighthouse of Alexandria stood in antiquity.

The whole family will have lunch at a neighborhood eatery in Alexandria before traveling to:

Alexandria Library

To perpetuate the legacy of the historic library of Alexandria, the Bibliotheca of Alexandria was opened in 2002. The sixth-largest francophone book collection in the world is housed there, along with other internal museums, art galleries, and other facilities.

The whole family will spend the night in Cairo at their hotel.

breakfast and lunch

Day Four: From Cairo, take a flight to Aswan Attractions

After breakfast, the whole family will ride in a luxury air-conditioned car to the Cairo airport to board a flight to Aswan so they may see:

High Dam at Aswan

The Aswan High Dam was built in the middle of the 1960s to completely regulate the yearly flood, preserve the water in the man-made lake Nasser, and generate hydroelectricity.

The Unfinished Obelisk

The fabled, unfinished Obelisk of Queen Hatshepsut (1508–1458 BC) was created to reach the skies. With a height of 42 meters and a total weight of 1200 tonnes, it was sculpted to pierce the skies and exhibit the artistry of ancient Egyptian stonemasons.

Temple of Philae

The 7th century BC Philae Temple of Isis, the goddess of Motherhood, was built during the Ptolemaic period to serve as a journal recording the religious history and tales of ancient Egypt.

The whole family will go on their 5-star Nile cruise to have lunch and supper as well as spend the night there.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day 5: Tour of the Abu Simbel Temples and sailing to Kom Ombo

The whole family will make their breakfast boxes before traveling in a private A/C vehicle with their tour guide to experience the magnificent:

Abu Simbel Temples

The Abu Simbel Temples, two enduring works of architecture constructed by Ramses the Great (1303–1213 BC), are a heavenly marvel. The temples were erected in 1264 BC to show reverence for Amun, Ra-Horakhty, and Ptah as well as Ramsess II’s loving wife Nefertari and to commemorate his major victories, such as the Battle of Kadesh.

The whole family will go to the Nile Cruise to have lunch and supper, and stay the night. Reach Kom Ombo via sea.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day Six: Sail to Luxor on the Kom Ombo & Edfu Adventure Tour

On the Nile Cruise, the whole family will have breakfast before departing with their tour guide to explore:

Temple of Kom Ombo

The temples of Kom Ombo are two separate monuments erected in honor of Horus the Elder and the Nile-based crocodile deity Sobek. The temple, which is divided into exactly two pieces, is one of the last known ancient Egyptian temples to have existed between 180 BC and 47 BC.

Temple of Edfu

One of Aswan’s most beautiful and well-preserved temples is the Edfu Temple, home of the sky falcon deity Horus of protection and triumph. To preserve the memory of the tragic conflict between Horus and Set, it was constructed between 237 BC and 57 BC during the Ptolemaic dynasty.

The whole family will return to their Nile Cruise for lunch, supper, and overnight lodging.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day Seven: Visit the attractions in Luxor East.

Breakfast will be served to the whole family on the Nile Cruise. Afterward, check out and meet your tour guide to resume your 15-day family Egypt trip in Luxor, where you will first explore the alluring Luxor Eastern attractions.

Temple of Karnak

Over more than 1500 years, from the Middle Kingdom (c. 2000–1700 BCE) through the Ptolemaic Kingdom (c. 305–30 BCE), the holy Karnak Temple Complex was built, becoming the focal point of ancient Egypt’s religious life. It is the largest outdoor museum and is home to the Great Hypostyle Hall, and several Amun-Re and Mut precincts, among other things.

The whole family will depart for lunch at a restaurant in Luxor, settle into their 5-star hotel, and then travel in the evening to the following locations:

Luxor Temple by Night

In 1400 BC, the Luxor Temple was built to serve as a venue for festivals and the coronation of monarchs like Amenhotep III and Ramses the Great. The Opet festival was conducted for the revival of royalty and the blessings of the gods during the New Kingdom (1570–1050 BC). It is connected to the magnificent Karnak Temples complex by the huge Avenue of Sphinxes.

The whole family is going to spend the night at their hotel in Luxor.

breakfast and lunch

Day 8: Discover Western Luxor’s Wonders

The whole family will have breakfast at the hotel before traveling in a private A/C vehicle with your tour guide to explore:

The Kings’ Valley

For the new monarchy (1570–1050 BC), which was established inside a mysterious mountain, the Valley of the Kings served as an eternal resting place. There are 63 magnificent tombs there, including those of Seti I, Tutankhamun, and the whole Ramses Dynasty.

Temple of Hatshepsut

Sacred of holies The three-level Hatshepsut Temple (1507–1458 BC) was constructed out of the Deir el–Bahari cliffs in the early 15th century BC to house the valley festival in the Amun sanctuary, praise Hathor, and pay homage to Amun in particular. It is a prime example of classical Egyptian architecture.

Before visiting, pause to eat your lunch:

Memnon’s Colossi

Two imposing sculptures known as the Colossi of Memnon were transported from Cairo to Luxor to preserve the remembrance of Pharaoh Amenhotep III’s legacy and accomplishments.

All of the family members will go to their hotel to stay the night.

breakfast and lunch

Nineth day: go to Hurghada

The entire family will eat breakfast, check out, and travel to Hurghada in a private A/C vehicle before checking into their hotel there to have lunch and supper and stay the night.

Meals: Soft drinks, breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day 10: Scuba diving in Hurghada’s the Red Sea

After eating breakfast as a family, everyone will travel with their private tour guide to meet their diving instructor. The diving instructor will get everyone ready for diving so they can explore the underwater rich marine ecosystem that is home to enchanting colorful fish and magnificent coral reefs.

To enjoy lunch, supper, and spend the night, the whole family will go to their hotel in Hurghada.

Meals: Soft drinks, breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day 11: Free day in Hurghada.

A free day will be provided for the whole family in Hurghada so that they may explore this alluring city resort as they choose. The whole family will have breakfast, lunch, and supper there and stay the night.

Meals: Soft drinks, breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day Twelve: Sahara Super Safari

The whole family will have breakfast and then ride quad bikes across the Sahara to a wonderful Bedouin hamlet with their tour guide. The family will have lunch along the trip, and when they arrive, everyone will enjoy a mouthwatering barbecue meal with refreshing beverages while taking in the most breathtaking vista of the cosmos. The whole family will check into a hotel and stay the night.

Meals: Soft drinks, breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day 13: Fly from Hurghada to Cairo Attractions

The whole family will have breakfast, check out of their Hurghada hotel, and then go to the airport to board a flight to Cairo so they may see the delights of that city, including:

The Egyptian Museum

To preserve and present a collection of monuments and relics going back more than 4500 years, the Egyptian Museum, a revered institution, was established in 1901.

The whole family will have lunch in Cairo before traveling to:

Citadel of Salah El Din

Salah El Din and his Dynasty erected the Cairo Citadel between 1176 and 1182, and it served as the seat of the Egyptian government for more than 500 years, up to the 1860s. It is home to several magnificent mosques and museums that display exquisite ornamentation and beautiful specimens of Islamic architecture.

Mosque of Mohamed Ali

Built between 1830 and 1848, Mohamed Ali Mosque, often known as “The Alabaster Mosque,” is a perfect specimen of Ottoman architecture. The vast Giza pyramids’ exterior white alabaster was used to make the walls.

The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization

The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) has 50,000 items that span 5,000 years and a variety of eras, including prehistoric, Pharaonic, Greco-Roman, Coptic, Islamic, and Modern times. 18 remarkably well-preserved monarchs and 4 queens who date back more than 4500 years may be found in the hall of mummies.

Market in Khan El Khalili

When Khan El-Khalili bazaar was built in 970 AD, it seemed like something out of a fairy tale. It is the epitome of Cairo’s local artistic elite and is home to numerous remarkable artifacts.

The whole family will return to their Cairo hotel to spend the night.

breakfast and lunch

14th Day: Free Day in Cairo

The whole family will spend the day exploring Egypt’s unique jewels and unwind completely.

Dining: Breakfast

Day 15: Head back home

Everyone will have breakfast on the last day of the family Egypt tour before being transported to the airport, where your 15-day trip to Cairo, the Nile Cruise, Hurghada, and Alexandria will come to an end. You will then securely return home.

Dining: Breakfast

Hint: To meet your demands and fit your requirements, you may offer your opinions about including or omitting any trips from your tour schedule.

15 Days Family Tour Across the Corners of Egypt
15 Days Family Tour Across the Corners of Egypt
from: 1400$
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