PLAN your trip early AND get your money’s worth Egypt is rich and we would love to have you experience as much of everything as possible! Make your dream trip a reality by slotting the following sites into your itinerary


The only present day survivors of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, an attraction that constantly inspires those who see it. 

The mysterious temple of an ancient figure shrouded in legend and mystery, located not far from the Valley Temple and the solar Boat Museum.

Founded in 640 A.D: visit Amr Ibn Elas Mosque, El Sultan Hassan Mosque, Al-Rifa’i Mosque, Al Azhar Mosque and El Hussien Mosque.

Mohamed Ali Mosque and the ancient Citadel, a spectacular medieval fortress perched on a hill above the city.  Originally built by Sala El-Din in 1176 to fortify the city against crusaders, the Citadel was modified and enlarged over the centuries by subsequent rulers and today stands as a complex comprising three mosques and four museums.

 Better known as Christian Cairo, it is accounted as the older area of Cairo due to a Roman settlement which was discovered in the area. Here you will see a number of churches and the Ben Ezra Jewish Synagogue.

One of the oldest, most beautiful churches in Cairo dedicated to the Virgin Mary.  The pulpit inside has white columns except one black one representing Judas. The vaulted ceilings are intricately decorated and a Roman waterway under the floor which makes the church hang.

Houses masterpieces of ancient Egyptian artifacts not forgetting the 12 rooms filled with golden treasures from the tomb of the boy king Tutankhamen

The oldest Capital of Egypt founded in 3100 B.C by King Menes; get to see the Alabaster Sphinx and the unfinished colossal statue of Ramese II exhibited in the museum 

One of the most extensive archaeological sites comprising many important monuments such as the Step Pyramid of Djoser, Pyramid of Unas, Pyramid of Sekhemket, Mastaba of Ti and the deep underground Persian Tombs.

Located in the Sinai Peninsula of Egypt this is the possible location of the biblical Mount Sinai, which is considered a holy site by Abrahamic religions. Also get to see Saint Catherine Monastery, Sharm El-sheik, and the city of Taba

Located 130 km southwest of Cairo, this is home to Qaroun, Egypt’s largest salt water lake. Among the city’s dominant attractions are water wheels built by Greek settlers, the canals, and the obelisk which stands at the city’s northern entrance.  Get to see the hot springs at Ain al-Siliyin and waterfalls at Wadi al-Rayan.

Originally founded as a watering stop for caravans in the 14th Century, this is the largest bazaar in the Middle East where you can buy artifacts of wood, glassware, leather, perfumes, and fabric among other souvenirs. 

Enjoy the Nile Cruise from Luxor to Aswan, and visit the Nubian Village, Kalabsha Temple and Nubian Museum.

This city lies on the east bank of the Nile River in southern Egypt on the site of ancient Thebes. It is home to among others the Valley of The Kings, Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, and Colossi of Memnon.

Home of the Monastery of St. Paul, Hurghada, Safaga

A simply enchanting place to visit.  Isolated in the heart of Egypt’s Western Desert, away from urbanization, Siwa Oasis lies 50 km east of the Libyan borders. Within this little paradise – which remains out of sight except for those who intentionally seek it – a distinctive culture has been preserved, offering its visitors a rich experience unique to the oasis. 

Cruise on the Nile as you enjoy the  food, listen to Arabic music and watch belly dancing as well as the Tanoura show. 

The second city in Egypt after Cairo, famously known as the ‘The Pearl of the Mediterranean’ lies 225 km from Cairo. Its ambiance and culture are more Mediterranean than Middle Eastern.  Alexandria is home to:

      • The Castle of Qaitbay: A defensive stronghold located along the Mediterranean Sea coast.  It formulated an important part of the fortification system of Alexandria in the 15th century AD. 
      • Pompey’s Pillar: A 25 meter red Aswan granite column with a circumference of 9 meters, put up to honor Emperor Diocletain.
      • Catacombs of Kom El-Shouqafa: These tombs are tunneled into the bedrock and have been in existence since the age of the Antoine emperors.  
      • Amphitheater of Kom El-Dikka: Over 30 years of excavation has unearthed this well preserved theatre with galleries, sections of mosaic flooring and marble seats for up to 800 spectators.
      • Library of Alexandria: The largest most significant library of the ancient world which functioned as a major center of scholarship and flourished under the patronage of the Ptolemaic Dynasty. 

 Covering the largest land area in Cairo, this is the oldest mosque in the city surviving in its original form.



  1. Pyramids, Sphinx, Memphis, Sakkara
  2. Memphis, Sakkara, Islamic Cairo, Khan El Khalili
  3. Egyptian Museum, Pyramids, Sphinx
  4. Pyramids, Sphinx, Old Cairo, Citadel
  5. Egyptian Museum, Old Cairo, Citadel
  6. Old Cairo, Citadel, Islamic Cairo, Khan El Khalili

      No.            Cost            

      1px          105$

      2px          100$

      3px            90$

      4px            85$

      5px            80$

      6px            80$

      7px            75$

 7. Day Trip to Alexandria

      No.            Cost            

     1px           190$

     2px           170$

     3px           150$

     4px           120$

     5px           120$

     6+px         100$


  1. Memphis & Sakkara
  2. Pyramids & Sphinx
  3. Old Cairo & Citadel
  4. Egyptian Museum
  5. Islamic Cairo & Khan El Khalili
  6. Giza Pyramids Sound & Light Show
  7. Dinner Cruise

    No.            Cost            

    1px             70$

    2px             65$

    3px             60$

    4px             55$

    5+px           50$


 1. Via Luxury Car     80$           

 2. Via Limo              50$         

 3. Via Van               50$




  1. Egyptian Guide Book
  2. A camera 
  3. Sun screen lotion
  4. Sunglasses
  5. Travel Alarm
  6. Water bottle
  7. Comfortable walking shoes plus sneakers
  8. Hats, scarfs and other covering
  9. First Aid Kit: (Prescription medicine. Heart burn medication, Pain killers, Imodium. Diarrhea tablets, Bug repellent, Aspirin, Band aids)
  10. Power adapters/converter
  11. Sewing Kit
  12. Extra bag for souvenirs