The best vacation packages to Egypt:

Our guide to the best Egypt tours will help you learn more about the land of the pharaohs than ever before. Egypt’s historical sites are some of the most popular places for U.S. tourists to visit. Come with us on this historic trip. Read on for some tips from the pros. No matter how much free time you have, there’s always something to see and do:

1-The Pyramids of Giza

One of Egypt’s most well-known sights is the group of three pyramids at Giza. We still don’t know how it was built. King Khufu ordered the building of Cheops, which is the oldest and biggest of these pyramids. King Khafre, who was the son of King Khufu, built the second-largest pyramid and the smallest pyramid. Since King Menkaure was the son of Khafre and the grandson of Cheops, he is often called Menkaure. The Sphinx, a legendary creature with the head of a human and the body of a lion, may be nearby. And the Temple of King Khafre in the Valley.

2-The Museum of Egypt

Right next to Tahrir Square, the centre of Cairo. Every trip to Egypt should include a stop at the Egyptian Museum. In 1902, the Egyptian Museum opened to collect and show off things from Ancient Egypt. Inside, you can see the largest collection of ancient Egyptian artefacts in the world. There are about 120,000 things to find, such as the treasures that Tutankhamun buried with him. The majority of mummies have been found since the 1800s. exhibit spans the time period from the dawn of the Egyptian Empire (about 2700 BC) all the way up to the Greco-Roman era.

3-Sharm el-Sheikh, in Egypt,

Egypt has a lot to offer. It has both old and new monuments, as well as beautiful beaches and protected wilderness areas. Sharm El Sheikh, a city on the southern tip of the Sinai peninsula, is a popular place to go to the beach in Egypt. Soaked in the Red Sea, which is known for its clean water and beautiful coral reefs. A great place to go on a boat trip. Because there is a lot of marine life in the area, it is a great place to snorkel and scuba dive. Because Ras Mohamed is a natural reserve, the environment there has been better taken care of than in other places. Sharm el Sheikh is a popular place to go diving, but it also has a busy nightlife with lots of places to eat, dance, and have fun.


This city is a must-see for anyone going to Upper (Southern) Egypt because it has some of Egypt’s oldest monuments. In the past, the city was called Thebes. It is on both the east and west sides of the Nile. Luxor is also called “The World’s Largest Open-Air Museum.” The ruins of the ancient Temple of Karnak and the Temple of Luxor, which are both in the modern city, can be found on the East Bank. There are several temples, tombs, and monuments from the past in the West Bank. Every year, millions of people visit places like the Temple of Hatshepsut, Valley of the Kings, and Valley of the Queens.


Egyptians call Aswan “the city of the Nubians,” and the city is proud of its laid-back atmosphere and warm welcome. The communities are full of life and are proud to show off their unique culture, which makes visitors feel right at home. There aren’t as many historical sites here as in Cairo or Luxor, but people love the peacefulness of a Nile cruise on a Felucca (a small sailing boat) at sunset. This is in contrast to the special trip to the Temple of Philae, which was a regular trip. Near the city, near Lake Nasser, you can see Abu Simbel, the temple of Ramses II, and other places.

6- Alexandria

Alexander the Great built a city there in 331 BC, and it has grown and thrived ever since. It is a gateway to Cairo and Giza. It is on a narrow peninsula between the Mediterranean Sea and Lake Mareotis. But what should someone do in Alexandria? People also like to visit the Montaza Palace, the Khom el Shuqqafa catacombs, the fortress of Qaitibay, and the Pilar de Pompey. The world-famous Alexandria Library has a planetarium, a scientific museum, a calligraphy museum, and a place for conferences and exhibits, among other things.

7- Cruise on the Nile

The Nile River has been fascinating since ancient times, and a trip along its waters is a great way to relax and unwind. Between Aswan and Luxor, guests can choose from 4- or 5-day cruises with a variety of included amenities and itinerary options that include stops at temples and other popular tourist spots. You can also take a 15-day cruise from Cairo to Aswan, which includes all meals, entertainment, and trips to see sights.

8- Khan el Khalili

Khan el Khalili is one of the best places to shop in Egypt. It’s a great example of a traditional Arab market, and going there is like going back in time. Tourists can buy trinkets from people who speak different languages, but they can also find real treasures like oriental carpets, jewellery, clothes, perfume, old artefacts, papyrus, and more. It is in the charming neighbourhood of Old Cairo, which is full of museums, monuments, and traditional tea shops.

9- Cave Church

Christians often go there even though most people who visit Cairo don’t know it’s there. Inside the huge temple of the Orthodox Christian compound, as many as 20,000 people can fit. Just because of this, it is the largest church in the whole Middle East. A number of cave churches can be found on Mokattam Mountain, which is often called “the City of Garbage.” Scenes from the Bible were carved into the two largest temples and parts of the rocky walls around them.

10- Citadel of Saladin

The Citadel of Saladin is one of Egypt’s most famous landmarks. In 1183 AD, she saw the Citadel of Saladin on her way to the top of the mountain. For seven hundred years, it was the centre of Egypt’s government, and it was built to protect the city from attacks by European Crusader troops. When you go to the Alabaster Mosque, you can see beautiful views of Cairo. As the sun comes up, its silhouette is the most obvious thing on the eastern horizon of the city. Inside the Citadel, you can find another mosque, the National Military Museum, the Police Museum, and other museums about the palace of Muhammed Ali.

11- Flyover Luxor in a hot air balloon

Egypt, even though it is like Cappadocia. Get up early to see the sunrise from a hot air balloon basket. In the past, Luxor was the capital of Egypt. It was called Thebes at first. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to look out over 4,000 years of history.

12- Discover Islamic Cairo

Cairo is sometimes called “the city of a thousand mosques” because there are so many mosques in the city. Each of the many mosques that have been built in Cairo over the years is a tribute to a different dynasty. Even though mosques are religious buildings for Muslims, people from all over the world like the way they look.

13- Dive into the Red Sea

Dahab has some of the most beautiful beaches in all of Egypt. You might find good places to dive in and around Marsa Alam, Hurghada, Sharm El Sheikh, and Dahab. All of these places give you access to the Red Sea and its rich ecosystem.

14- Climb Mount Sinai

There are many different kinds of beautiful alpine scenery waiting for you. People respect the area because of how important it is to religion and history. Moses stayed in the mountains for forty days and nights. It was there that God gave him the Ten Commandments.

Check out our Egypt vacation packages to find a trip that fits your needs.