10 Day Affordable Egypt with Red Sea

3 Cairo, 1 Sleeper Train, 3 Nile Cruise & 3 Hurghada
9 nights accommodation, all transfers, most meals, Sightseeing per itinerary in modern air-conditioned motor coach, Price Starting from $1308
Camel Ride at the Pyramids area
Price Includes
  • 9 night accommodation on the following order
  • 2 nights at the [Oasis Hotel], Cairo, Standard Room or similar with Breakfast
  • 1 night at the [Sleeper Train], Cairo to Aswan with dinner and breakfast
  • 3 nights aboard the [M/S Concerto], Nile Cruise with All Meals
  • 3 nights at the [Hurghada Hilton Plaza] Hurghada, Standard Room or similar based on All Inclusive (3 meals)
  • All hotel taxes and fees
  • 23 Meals: 9 breakfast, 7 lunches, 7 dinners
  • All transfers with air-conditioned minivans
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary by private air-conditioned car or minibus
  • Service of local English Speaking license Egyptology
Special Features
  • Great Pyramids & Sphinx
  • Memphis & Sakkara
  • Visit Papyrus and Carpet Factory
Day By Day Itinerary
DAY 1: Sun – Arrival to Cairo

  • Arrival in the Land of the Pharaohs, at Cairo International airport, Right Travel Representative will be waiting for you after you get your luggage and clear customs and will be holding the Right Travel sign, then escorted to your hotel, rest of the day is free at your leisure.
DAY 2: Mon – Free Day in Cairo, Optional City Tour

  • Enjoy morning free at leisure in Today is free in Cairo or Choose our (Optional Full Day Cairo City Tour).
  • 07:00 AM Breakfast at the hotel.
  • 08:00 AM Start your day with transfer to the Egyptian Museum.
  • 8:00 to 11:00 AM Visit the Egyptian Museum you`ll stroll through the halls highlighting each historical period of this ancient land, Marvel at the glittering treasures of King Tutankhamen, unparalleled in their variety, exquisite beauty, and sheer weight in gold. Seeing this treasure of more than 1,700 fabulous items buried with a young and relatively unimportant king, who can even imagine what the tombs of great and long-lived pharaohs must have contained.
  • 11:00 AM to 01:00 PM Continue to the Old Cairo explore some of the early religious monuments of the city. You`ll visit the El Muallaqa Church, dating to the late fourth and early fifth century. This basilica was named for its location on top of the south gate of the Fortress of Babylon. Muallaqa means suspended or hanging. Destroyed in a ninth-century earthquake, the church became the center of the Coptic (or Christian) Church of Egypt from the time it was rebuilt in the eleventh century until the 14th century. Make a stop at the Ben Ezra Synagogue, built sometime between the sixth and ninth centuries AD. The temple contains a Jewish Heritage Library, containing documents found here in 1896 that describe the economic and social conditions of Jews under Arab rule as well as descriptions of relations between various Jewish sects.
  • 01:00 to 02:30 PM Lunch at local restaurant
  • 02:30 to 04:30 PM Proceed to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, a large museum in the ancient city of Fustat, now part of Cairo, Egypt. The museum partially opened in February 2017 and will display a collection of 50,000 artefacts, presenting Egyptian civilization from prehistoric times to the present day.
  • 04:30 PM Jewelry Shopping
  • 06:30 PM Egyptian Cotton Experience
  • 08:00 PM Optional Sound & Light Show at the Pyramids area
  • Meal: Breakfast
DAY 3: Tue – Cairo, Pyramids Tour

  • 07:00 AM Breakfast at the hotel.
  • 08:00 AM Drive to the Giza Plateau, home of Egypt signature attractions, the Great Pyramids, proclaimed by the Greeks to be among the Seven Wonders of the ancient world. The largest among these is the Great Pyramid of Cheops, probably built more than 2,600 years before the time of Christ. Standing 480 feet tall this is the last of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world that still standing. Little is known of Cheops.
  • 10:00 AM you`ll also see the inscrutable and mysterious Sphinx, known in Arabic as Abu al-Hol (the Father of Terror) and carved almost entirely from one piece of limestone.
  • 11:30 AM Continue to Sakkara site, Sakkara is one section of the great necropolis of Memphis, the Old Kingdom capital, and the kings of the 1st Dynasty as well as that of the 2nd Dynasty. are mostly buried in this section of the Memphis necropolis. It has been of constant interest to Egyptologists. Three major discoveries have recently been made at Sakkara, including a prime minister tomb, a queen&rsquos pyramid, and the tomb of the son of a dynasty-founding king. Each discovery has a fascinating story, with many adventures for the archaeologists as they revealed the secrets of the past.
  • 01:00 PM lunch at Local restaurant.
  • 02:30 PM Proceed to Memphis. Founded around 3,100 BC, is the legendary city of Menes, the King who united Upper and Lower Egypt. Early on, Memphis was more likely a fortress from which Menes controlled the land and water routes between Upper Egypt and the Delta. Having probably originated in Upper Egypt, from Memphis he could control the conquered people of Lower Egypt. However, by the Third Dynasty, the building at Saqqara suggests that Memphis had become a sizable city.
  • 04:00 PM Visit Papyrus and Carpet Factory
  • 06:00 PM Transfer from hotel to Giza Rail Station for your overnight sleeper train from Cairo to Aswan Egypt, Dinner will be served on board.
  • You may add our (Optional hotel night in Cairo, one way Domestic Flight)
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
DAY 4: Wed – Arrive Aswan, Optional Nile Cruise Sightseeing

  • Breakfast will be provided on the Train.
  • Arrival to Aswan around 8 AM, upon arrival transfer to your luxury Nile Cruise where you will spend the next 3 nights / 4 days relaxing and enjoy the sailing from Aswan to Luxor.
  • After Lunch, Free day at your leisure in or you may want to add our Optional Nile Cruise Shore Excursions
  • Visit the High Dam, located near Aswan, the world-famous High Dam was an engineering miracle when it was built in the 1960s. It contains 18 times the material used in the Great Pyramid of Cheops. The Dam is 11,811 feet long, 3215 feet thick at the base and 364 feet tall. Today it provides irrigation and electricity for the whole of Egypt and, together with the old Aswan Dam built by the British between 1898 and 1902`, 6km down river, wonderful views for visitors. From the top of the two Mile long High Dam you can gaze across Lake Nassar, the huge reservoir created when it was built, to Kalabsha temple in the south and the huge power station to the north
  • Our last visit today will be to the Temple of Philae, was dismantled and reassembled (on Agilika Island about 550 meters from its original home on Philae Island) in the wake of the High Dam. The temple, dedicated to the goddess Isis, is in a beautiful setting which has been landscaped to match its original site. It`s various shrines and sanctuaries, which include The Vestibule of Nectanebos I, which is used as the entrance to the island, the Temple of the Emperor Hadrian, a Temple of Hathor, Trajan`s Kiosk (Pharaohs Bed), a birth house and two pylons celebrate all the deities involved in the Isis and Osiris myth. The Victorian world fell in love with the romance of the Temple.
  • Overnight in Aswan.
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
DAY 5: Thu – Aswan, Kom Ombo, Edfu, Optional Nile Cruise Sightseeing

  • Early morning, start sailing to Kom Ombo the sights as part of the Optional shore excursions, Will visit Kom Ombo Temple (the Ptolemaic Temple of Sobek & Haroeries). Located in the town of Kom-Ombo, about 28 miles north of Aswan, the Temple, dating to the Ptolemies, is built on a high dune overlooking the Nile.The actual temple was started by Ptolemy VI Philometor in the early second century BC. Ptolemy XIII built the outer and inner hypostyle halls. The outer enclosure wall and part of the court were built by Augustus sometime after 30 BC and are mostly gone. There are also tombs from the Old Kingdom in the vicinity of Kom-Ombo village.
  • Sail to Edfu for dinner and overnight.
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
DAY 6: Fri – Edfu, Luxor, Optional Nile Cruise Sightseeing

  • Today will be Visit Edfu Temple, continue the sights as part of the Optional shore excursions Dedicated to Horus, the falcon headed God, it was built during the reigns of six Ptolemies. We have a great deal of information about its construction from reliefs on outer areas. It was begun in 237 BC by Ptolemy III Euergetes I and was finished in 57 BC. Most of the work continued throughout this period with a brief interlude of 20 years while there was unrest during the period of Ptolemy IV and Ptolemy V Epiphanes. This is not only the best-preserved ancient temple in Egypt, but the second largest after Karnak. It was believed that the temple was built on the site of the great battle between Horus and Seth. Hence, the current temple was but the last in a long series of temples build on this location.
  • Back to the cruise for lunch, Sail to Luxor via Esna. Afternoons proceed to your East bank visit of Luxor, visit Karnak Temple. In ancient Egypt, the power of the god Amun of Thebes gradually increased during the early New Kingdom, and after the short persecution led by Akhenaten, it rose to its apex. In the reign of Ramesses III, more than two thirds of the property owned by the temples belonged to Amun, evidenced by the stupendous buildings at Karnak. Although badly ruined, no site in Egypt is more impressive than Karnak. It is the largest temple complex ever built by man and represents the combined achievement of many generations of ancient builders. The Temple of Karnak is three main temples, smaller enclosed temples, and several outer temples located about three kilometers north of Luxor, Egypt situated on 100 ha (247 acres) of land. Karnak is the sites modern name. Its ancient name was I pet-isut, meaning "The Most Select (or Sacred) of Places". This vast complex was built and enlarged over a thirteen-hundred-year period. The three main temples of Mut, Montu and Amun are enclosed by enormous brick walls.
  • Continue to visit the Temple of Luxor, built by the two pharaohs, Amenhotep III and Ramses II. Ancient Thebes was a center of festivals, and the Temple of Luxor was the setting for the most important-the festival of Opet, designed to merge the ruler`s human and divine aspects. The temple was dedicated to Amun-Ra, whose marriage to Mut was celebrated annually, when the sacred procession moved by boat from Karnak to Luxor Temple.
  • Evening, you may choose our Optional tour (Sound & Light Show L14). Inaugurated in 1972 the Sound and Light Show in the Temple of Karnak begins with a historical introduction covering the birth of the great city of Thebes and the construction of the Temple. Depicting the glorious achievement of the Pharaohs, spectators listen to the lyrical and poetic descriptions of artistic treasures, grand festivals, heroic deeds, and literature of the times. Overnight in Luxor Egypt.
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
DAY 7: Sat – (Optional Hot Air Balloon Ride), Luxor, Red Sea

  • (Optional Hot Air Balloon Ride in Luxor). As the sun rises over Luxor, so can you, aboard an optional hot-air balloon ride. The sights, sounds, and sheer spectacle of seeing these antiquities from the sky will surely make for a morning you will remember forever.
  • After breakfast, check out from your Nile Cruise.
  • Transfer to Red Sea by private air-conditioned car, arrival, and check inn at your hotel.
  • Lunch and Dinner at the hotel.
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
DAY 8: Sun - Red Sea

  • Free day to enjoy the Red Sea sun and sand.
  • Lunch and Dinner at the hotel
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
DAY 9: Mon - Red Sea

  • Free day to enjoy the Red Sea sun and sand.
  • Lunch and Dinner at the hotel
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
DAY 10: Tue - Departure

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Transfer to Hurghada airport for your flight to Cairo to connect with your flight back to USA.
  • Meal: Breakfast

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Notes :
  • International flights should be arranged based on arrival to Cairo and departure from Hurghada.
  • Passengers traveling abroad require a passport valid for six months beyond their travel dates.
  • All travelers are responsible to check if a visa is required for all countries on their itinerary.
  • Visa is required to travel to Egypt, for visa information, check our Visa page.
Not Included
  • International airfare available up on request
  • PCR Test Cost
  • Visa upon arrival
  • Optional tours
  • Beverage during meals
  • Tips & Personal items
  • Personal expenses

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