Overview

Embark on a timeless odyssey to Egypt, a destination that has enticed wanderers for centuries! Cairo, a bustling metropolis, unveils a tapestry of civilizations through its unique monuments. Journey back in time as you marvel at the iconic pyramids and let the stunning mosques and churches ignite your soul. Delight in the vibrant energy of Cairo's bustling streets. As you embark on the Luxor tour, you'll step into the largest open-air museum on Earth, where countless treasures hold the secrets of the past. With each discovery, you'll be captivated by the rich legacy of ancient Egypt.

 

5 Nights 6 Days 26 May, 27 May, 28 May, and more Cairo, Luxor
Highlights
  • Pyramids and Sphinx
  • Egyptian Museum
  • Sultan Hassan Mosque
  • Citadel and Mohamed Ali Mosque
  • Khan El-Khalili Bazaar
  • Karnak Temple
  • Luxor Temple 
  • Tombs of the Nobles
  • Valley of the Kings
  • Hatshepsut Temple
  • Optional Hot Air Balloon Ride over Luxor
  • Fragrance Shop
  • Alabaster Factory
Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival in Cairo

On the first day of your adventure on the Cairo To Luxor Tour, as you step off the plane in Cairo, our representative will be there to assist you with all the visa procedures, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free experience. Upon exiting the airport, you will be greeted by a guide who will whisk you away to your accommodation at the Steigenberger Hotel El Tahrir. After getting comfortable at the hotel, enjoy dinner and prepare for tomorrow's adventures.

Overnight at Novotel El Borg, Cairo or similar (dinner)

 


Day 2

Pyramids and Sphinx 

Prepare to embark on a day of exhilarating exploration. The adventure unfolds with a visit to the iconic Pyramids of Giza, where these majestic structures have stood tall for centuries, evoking awe and wonder. The journey leads you to the enigmatic Sphinx, its timeless gaze captivating your imagination and unraveling tales of mystery. After a morning filled with adventure, you are treated to a well-deserved break and a delicious lunch with the majestic Pyramids of Giza as your backdrop. As you savor the flavors, you can't help but appreciate the extraordinary view that surrounds you. The timeless presence of the pyramids and the Sphinx continue to ignite your imagination, leaving you eagerly anticipating the adventures still to come. Your quest for discovery continues at the Egyptian Museum, where time stands still amidst extraordinary artifacts that beckon you into the depths of history. At night, you have the option to immerse yourself in the vibrant nightlife of Cairo with a visit to Cairo Jazz, where the rhythm of music harmonizes with the city's pulsating energy (optional activity).

  • Pyramids
  • Sphinx
  • Egyptian Museum
  • Cairo Jazz (optional activity)
Overnight at Novotel El Borg, Cairo or similar (breakfast, lunch)

 


Day 3

Islamic Cairo

After a rejuvenating breakfast, you dive into the heart of Cairo's cultural heritage with a tour of Islamic Cairo. Visiting the Sultan Hassan Mosque, you marvel at its intricate architecture and learn about its historical significance. The journey continues to the Citadel, home to the majestic Mohamed Ali Mosque, where panoramic views of the city reward your ascent. After immersing yourself in the sights, it's time to recharge with a mouthwatering lunch that showcases the flavors of the local cuisine. The bustling streets of Khan El Khalili eagerly await your arrival, promising an immersive experience filled with vibrant visuals, delightful aromas, and lively sounds. As you leisurely stroll through the narrow alleyways, you relish the chance to peruse a wide array of unique items, all while absorbing the energetic atmosphere of an authentic Egyptian market. This exhilarating day of exploring Islamic Cairo and delving into the lively Khan El Khalili market will definitely create lasting memories and deepen your understanding of Cairo's diverse cultural heritage.

  • Sultan Hassan Mosque
  • Citadel and Mohamed Ali Mosque
  • Khan El-Khalili Bazaar
Overnight at Novotel El Borg, Cairo or similar (breakfast, lunch)

 


Day 4

Luxor’s East Bank

Today you bid farewell to Cairo and take a flight to start your Luxor tour. Luxor, a city rich in ancient tales waiting to be unveiled. Delve into the depths of history by starting your journey with a visit to the Karnak Temple. Every step you take reveals a new mystery, ancient secrets waiting to be unraveled. Then your expedition leads you to the Luxor Temple, where the stories of pharaohs and gods burst to life through the intricate towering statues that adorn its sacred walls. Immerse yourself in a world where legends are etched in stone, where the past pulsates with an undying spirit. In the afternoon, prepare for a sensory escapade as you step into a local shop, where the tantalizing world of perfumes beckons. Then you will get the chance to go on a Hantoor ride, a traditional horse-drawn carriage, through the bustling streets of Luxor.

  • Karnak Temple
  • Luxor Temple
  • Fragrance Shop
  • Hantoor Ride
Overnight at Iberotel, Luxor or similar (breakfast, lunch, dinner)

 


Day 5

Luxor's West Bank 

Continuing on your Luxor tour, you have the opportunity to experience a breathtaking hot air balloon trip, soaring above the West Bank and witnessing ancient wonders from a unique vantage point (optional activity). Returning to solid ground, your journey of exploration continues with a visit to the Valley of the Kings. Here, in the depths of these hallowed grounds, ancient pharaohs were laid to rest, their legacy shrouded in mystique. Explore the Hatshepsut Temple, an architectural marvel dedicated to Egypt's iconic female pharaoh. The size and design of it show respect for an important historical figure. Then you visit an Alabaster Factory, where you will have the privilege of witnessing true artistry in motion. Here, masterful artisans channel their expertise and passion, transforming raw and stunning stone into exquisite works of art.

  • Hot Air Balloon Ride over Luxor (optional activity)
  • Valley of the Kings
  • Hatshepsut Temple
  • Tombs of the Nobles
  • Alabaster Factory
Overnight at Iberotel, Luxor or similar (breakfast, lunch, dinner)

 


Day 6

Departure

As your Luxor tour concludes, you board your flight from Luxor back to Cairo, marking the end of your adventure. Memories of Egypt's captivating sights and sounds remain vivid as you bid this remarkable country goodbye. You depart from Cairo's airport, carrying the magic of Egypt with you wherever you go.

(breakfast)

FAQs

Is it safe to travel to Egypt for the Luxor TourYes, it is safe to travel to Egypt, especially when following the advice of local guides and staying within designated tourist areas.

Do I need a visa to travel to Egypt? Visa requirements depend on your nationality. However, as part of this Cairo To Luxor tour package, we assist you with the visa process through our meet and greet service at the airport,and the visa fees are included and the visa fees are included.

What is the currency in Egypt? The currency in Egypt is the Egyptian pound (EGP).

What is the best time to visit Cairo and Luxor? While these destinations can be visited year-round, the cooler months from October to April are often the most comfortable for a Cairo to Luxor tour for outdoor activities and exploration.

What are the main activities and sights in Cairo and Luxor? In Cairo, the main sights are the iconic Pyramids, Sphinx, Egyptian Museum, Islamic Cairo with its notable mosques, the Citadel hosting the Mohamed Ali Mosque, and the bustling Khan El Khalili market. Luxor offers must-see attractions such as the grand Karnak Temple, the impressive Luxor Temple, the ancient Valley of the Kings, the unique Hatshepsut Temple, and the option for an unforgettable hot air balloon ride.

Do Cairo and Luxor offer mobile and internet connectivity? Yes, Cairo and Luxor offer reliable mobile and internet connectivity.

Is the trip family-friendly? Is it suitable for children? Yes, the Cairo To Luxor tour is family-friendly and suitable for children, however, please note that some sites may require a lot of walking.


Add-Ons

Cairo Jazz

Dive into the dual atmospheres of Cairo Jazz, the heart of Cairo's musical essence. Inside, immerse yourself in a clubbing vibe where energies run high. Step outside, and you'll find a more relaxed ambiance. Here, you can engage in conversations, sway to the rhythms, and enjoy the music. Both settings promise captivating rhythms and unforgettable experiences.

Hot Air Balloon

Enjoy a serene ride with Luxor's Hot Air Balloon, floating freely against the captivating backdrop of Luxor's West Bank. Above ancient wonders and breathtaking landscapes, this adventure unveils Egypt's majestic beauty from the skies.

Inclusions/Exclusions

What is included in the tour

  • Meet and greet service and help with visa process by our representatives upon arrival
  • Visa Fees
  • Accommodation as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All meals as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All sightseeing tours and entrance fees as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All transfers in a private air-conditioned vehicle (excluding domestic flight to/from Luxor)
  • Private local English speaking tour guides
  • All service charges and taxes

What is NOT included in the tour

  • International flights
  • Domestic flight to/from Luxor 
  • Meals other than mentioned in above itinerary
  • Beverages
  • Optional activities / tours
  • Personal expenses
  • Tipping
  • Insurance
Electricity

In Egypt, the power supply is nominally Type C and F, with a standard voltage of 220V and a frequency of 50Hz.

Packing List
  • Comfortable Clothing
  • Comfortable Shoes
  • Slippers
  • Bathing Suit
  • Towel
  • Jacket
  • Sun Protection (sunscreen, hat, sunglasses)
  • Insect Repellent
  • Camera / Waterproof GoPro (if available)
  • Power Bank (if available)
  • Speakers (if available)
  • Snacks (nuts, energy bars)
  • Electrolytes (if available)
Tipping

Tipping directly supports local communities, benefiting drivers and suppliers. The tourism sector heavily depends on this support. While not obligatory, your tip is a meaningful 'thank you' for their service. It's customary to tip around $5 per day per person for drivers. For other service providers, the amount is at your discretion, but an average of $5 USD is typical.

FAQs

Is it safe to travel to Egypt for the Luxor TourYes, it is safe to travel to Egypt, especially when following the advice of local guides and staying within designated tourist areas.

Do I need a visa to travel to Egypt? Visa requirements depend on your nationality. However, as part of this Cairo To Luxor tour package, we assist you with the visa process through our meet and greet service at the airport,and the visa fees are included and the visa fees are included.

What is the currency in Egypt? The currency in Egypt is the Egyptian pound (EGP).

What is the best time to visit Cairo and Luxor? While these destinations can be visited year-round, the cooler months from October to April are often the most comfortable for a Cairo to Luxor tour for outdoor activities and exploration.

What are the main activities and sights in Cairo and Luxor? In Cairo, the main sights are the iconic Pyramids, Sphinx, Egyptian Museum, Islamic Cairo with its notable mosques, the Citadel hosting the Mohamed Ali Mosque, and the bustling Khan El Khalili market. Luxor offers must-see attractions such as the grand Karnak Temple, the impressive Luxor Temple, the ancient Valley of the Kings, the unique Hatshepsut Temple, and the option for an unforgettable hot air balloon ride.

Do Cairo and Luxor offer mobile and internet connectivity? Yes, Cairo and Luxor offer reliable mobile and internet connectivity.

Is the trip family-friendly? Is it suitable for children? Yes, the Cairo To Luxor tour is family-friendly and suitable for children, however, please note that some sites may require a lot of walking.