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Overnight Cairo And Luxor Trip From Makadi Bay By Flight

Overnight Cairo And Luxor Trip From Makadi Bay By Flight

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Two days to Cairo and Luxor from Makadi Bay to visit sights of East , West bank, Great pyramids and Egyptian museum with private vehicle and private guide in Cairo and Luxor.

Tour Itinerary:
Day 1: Fly to Cairo, sights in Cairo
Our Cairo and Luxor trip will start with pick up service from your hotel in Makadi Bay, where our REP will meet you with aboard reflecting your name, then from Makadi Bay you will be transferred to Hurghada airport for short flight to Cairo. In arrival in Cairo you will be accompanied by private Egyptologist guide and have first step of your trip to great Pyramids of Giza, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the tombs of pharaohs constructed around 5000 years ago and Great Sphinx - guard of those tombs, with body of lion and human head. Lunch meal will be served during trip at a good quality restaurant in Cairo. Next sightseeing of your Cairo trip will be the Egyptian Museum with extensive collection of 120000 items of ancient Egyptian antiquities, famous for artefacts of the child king Tutankhamen's tomb, which was found mostly intact. After all you will visit Old Cairo and see the Coptic Monastery with Hanging Church. This area in Cairo called "Complex of Three Religions", because there also set he mosque of Amr Ibn al-Aas, erected in the year 642, and Ben Ezra Synagogue, dating from the tenth century. Free time in Cairo with many optional tours, then you will be driven to Cairo airport to fly to Luxor, with direct transfer to your hotel in Luxor for check in and overnight stay.

Day 2: Sights in Luxor, return back to Makadi
After your breakfast in the hotel in Luxor you will continue second day of your Cairo and Luxor trip with your Egyptologist guide to visit the West Bank of the Nile River. You will start Luxor trip by visiting the Valley of the Kings - burial place of pharaohs, hidden in the rocks, decorated with scenes and funerary rituals of the period for afterlife of pharaohs. Valley of Kings is famous for Tutankhamen tomb and its treasures, discovered in 1922 by Howard Carter. Next sightseeing of your Luxor trip will be Hatshepsut temple at El Deir Al Bahari, dedicated to the queen Hatshepsut - famous female pharaoh, the temple with three layered terraces connected by long ramps which were once surrounded by gardens. Inside temple you can see text and picture of an expedition to exotic country calls Land of Punt. Then will visit the Colossi of Memnon, two colossal statues, was stayed guard at entrance of Amenhotep III temple in ancient times, and only remaining nowadays. Name means 'Ruler of the Dawn' and was probably given, because of 'singing' at dawn one of the statue. Lunch meal will be served during Luxor trip at a good quality restaurant in Luxor. Proceed the trip in Luxor to Karnak temple the biggest open-air museum in the World, the temple dedicated to the God Amon-Ra, his wife Mut and their son Khonsu. In Karnak Temple each pharaoh tried to perpetuate his name, so it is also known as the Karnak Temple Complex. One of the famous area in Karnak - Hypostyle hall with 134 massive columns with over three meters in diameter. Free time in Luxor, and then you return back to Makadi Bay.

Tour Includes:
-Pick up service from your hotel in Makadi Bay by our REP
-All transportation by air-conditioned vehicle in Makadi Bay, Cairo and Luxor
-Admission fees to the sightseeing in Luxor and Cairo as per itinerary
-Lunch during the trip at a local restaurant in Luxor
-Professional Egyptologist English speaking tour guide
-Drop off service from your hotel in Makadi Bay

Tour Excludes:
- Optional tours
- Personal expenses

Optional tours:
- Sound and light show at the Pyramids in Giza
- Dinner Nile cruise with Belly dance show in the Nile in Cairo
- Luxor Museum
- Banana island by felluca at Nile River in Luxor
- Hot air balloon trip over the Valley of the Kings in Luxor

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