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Private tour Egypt, Marvel the glorious land of Egypt in four days of wonders and adventure. Glory of Egypt offers a unique opportunity to explore the lands of the pharaohs with comfort and ease. In this custom-made tour, you will be accompanied by Egypt’s finest and most experienced guides. Our private guides will guide you step by step through the rich monuments of Egypt.
Your journey in the golden lands of Ancient Egypt begins in Cairo and Giza. Discover the magnificent Pyramids of Giza built to attain the bodies of Egyptian kings and guide them through their journey to the afterlife. Wander through the ancient Egyptian capital Memphis, and explore the golden desert of the Giza. In addition to a trip to The Egyptian museum with your private Egyptologist tour.
Take a flight to Luxor, where you can enjoy the world’s largest open-air museum. There you can experience the golden era of Ancient Egypt. Nothing compares to the beauty and grandeur of the tombs and temples of Luxor. Divided into east and west banks, both sides contain the top of Egypt’s vivid temples.
Whether you’re looking for historical sightseeing or timeless adventure in a land as old as time, we got you covered in our Private tour Egypt.
you will be met by our representative who will assist you to get your visa, then will escort you through immigration, luggage, and on to your air-conditioned bus for the Marriott Mina House Pyramid view room.
This morning after breakfast, join our guide to the famous pyramids of Giza. Roam the Giza desert and capture memories with a photo session. Go camel riding and view the great Sphinx on the Giza Plateau. Then drive to the remains of the Ancient Egyptian capital and religious cult center: Memphis. The name Memphis (enduring and beautiful) gives you an insight into what you’ll witness of amazing statues that immortalized the biography of Egyptian kings: Ptah, Ramses ll, Sekhmet, Merneptahm, and others. Then heading to Saqqara for the first built pyramid, also called the step pyramid, where you’ll venture inside its hidden chambers. Visit Unas pyramid which contains the oldest known copy of The Book of the dead. Head to Mastaba of one of ancient Egypt Noblemen. After this full day we will return to our hotel Marriott Mina House Pyramid view room.
This morning, join our expert Egyptologist to explore the Egyptian Museum to view a vast trove of artifacts; some never before displayed. Some of which include the famous golden mask of King Tut Ankh Amun, One of Egypt’s most controversial kings. After that, we’ll travel to Old Cairo to see the city’s oldest temples, synagogues, and mosquesFinally ending back at the Marriott Mina House Pyramid view room.
Early this day, we will take a 1-hour flight to Luxor, with its abundance of temples and tombs, stands head and shoulders above Egypt’s other cities, to visit the Luxor museum, which holds an outstandingly exhibited collection, which tells the story of ancient Thebes from the Old Kingdom up to the Islamic Period. Check-in your hotel, Winter Palance Hotel.
Heading to Temple of Karnak, the most astonishing and beautiful feat out of all Luxor’s many monuments. Within its precincts are the Great Temple of Amun (God of sun and air), the Temple of Khons, and the Festival Temple of Tuthmosis III, as well as many other buildings. following the Sphinx avenue to Luxor Temple also known as “The southern harem of Amun”, dedicated to worship Amun. Part of the temple was converted into a church during the Christian era, and the Mosque of Abu el-Haggag, dedicated to a revered holy man, was constructed within the complex grounds during the Islamic period. We will then head to the Winter Palace Hotel Nile view room.
On this day after breakfast, you’ll visit the famed Valley of the Kings, the final resting place for the kings of the 18th, 19th, and 20th dynasties, which was concealed between rocky cliffs. It’s mainly famous for its vivid wall paintings. The walls are decorated with texts and scenes describing one’s afterlife journey giving them instructions to complete their journey successfully. There are 63 tombs in the valley, including the famous boy-king Tut Ankh Amun. The tombs are open on a rotating basis to protect the paintings from damage by humidity as much as possible.
We will then visit the Worker Village, which describes the life of the ancient Egyptian middle-class life, and how their graves were completely different from the royal class’s graves, small and humble yet honorable, sacred and radiant with colors.
Also, we will pay a visit to the tomb of the great and woman pioneer: Queen Hatshepsut. The Temple of Deir Al-Bahri or Queen Hatshepsut’s Temple is situated at the foot of the sheer cliffs fringing the desert hills. The color contrast between the almost white sandstones of the temple and the golden yellow rocks and sand of the desert brings out the Temple in a magnificent image. Having survived the destructive attempts from King Thutmose lll, the temple still stands with glory amongst other great temples.
And at last, we’ll visit the Colossi of Memnon, They portray Amenophis III, sitting on a cube-shaped throne and once guarded the king’s temple entrance. Lunch in a local restaurant, then drive to Luxor airport to catch your flight to Cairo then fly back home.