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8 Days Cairo, Luxor, Aswan Package

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Via this 8 Days Cairo, Luxor, Aswan Package, you will explore the glorious history of the ancient Egyptians and visit the most famous top attractions in Cairo such as the Giza Pyramids, Sphinx, and the Egyptian Museum. Then, go south and discover the hidden treasures in Luxor East and West Banks that house the largest collection of ancient tombs and temples.

Visit the famous Kings’ Valley, Memnon statues and Hatshepsut temple before going further south to scout Aswan attractions including Isis temple, High Dam and the enormous Unfinished Obelisk of Hatshepsut.

Increase your knowledge about the Egyptian culture driving through the local towns and villages to see live scenes of everyday life and browse various lifestyles across Egypt with your expert guide who will tell the story of the Egyptians and how they live, work and have fun in the rural areas with our 8 Days Cairo, Luxor, Aswan Package.


Pax price
Per Person in Single Room 1308$
Per Person in Double Room 1120$
Per Person in Triple Room 1016$


Child from 0  To 5.99 Years 150$
Child from 6  To 11.99 Years 475$


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  • Memphis and Sakkara
  • Pyramids of Giza
  • Egyptian museum
  • Cairo citadel
  • East bank of Luxor
  • West bank of Luxor

What you will do

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Day 1: Arrival at Cairo airport:
Day 1: Arrival at Cairo airport:
United Guides Travel delegates will be waiting for you once you arrive in Cairo. You will be transferred by a private air-conditioned car to your hotel for checking-in.

In the evening you can enjoy an optional dinner cruise, watch the Tanoura show, and a belly dancer.

After that, you will be transported back to your hotel for overnight.
Day 2: Cairo Tours:
Day 2: Cairo Tours:
After you enjoy your breakfast, meet your guide and talk about you amazing 8 Days Cairo, Luxor and Aswan Package and your guide will conduct a brief talk about the culture of Egypt and best practice for the out and about.

Hop on your ride and hear your guide telling you the story of Memphis driving from your hotel to the countryside of Giza. Memphis was the ancient capital of Aneb-Hedj, the first nome of Lower Egypt. Its ruins are located near the town of Mit Rahina, 20 km (12 mi) south of Giza.

According to legend narrated by Manetho, the city was founded by the pharaoh Menes around 3200 BC. Memphis still contains a rare collection of ancient monuments for King Ramses and the Alabaster statue.

Drive briefly to visit the Step Pyramid of Djoser, the first pyramid the Egyptians built. It is a part of a fabulous mortuary complex it was built by the famous architect Imhotep and contains six layers that are gradually decreasing in size.

Take you breath and relish a tasty lunch.

After lunch, hop on again to visit the Great Giza Pyramids site, which include three pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinus that were built as massive tombs for the Pharaonic Kings. Feast your soul and take unforgettable photos with the Sphinx.

Take a break and transfer to Giza station and catch your train to Luxor. Dinner will be served in your private train cabin that is spacious enough to store your luggage comfortably.

Overnight Sleeper Train with dinner and breakfast (about 9 hours).
Day 3: East Bank of Luxor:

Once you wake up, enjoy the scenic through the window browsing the Nile Valley and rural areas. Make yourself comfortable to eat your breakfast on the sleeper train.

Luxor tour delegate will escort you to Luxor hotel.

And later today, you are going to visit the Karnak Temple, where you will find many wonders such as 10 decoration pylons in two axes and the huge hypostyle hall which contains about 134 massive column in two levels of hight to make a wonderful Panoramic view.

Karnak Temple was dedicated to Amoun-Ra, the main God of Egypt.
Then, move to explore Luxor temple which was constructed around 1400 B.C during the New Kingdom for the annual "Oped Festival" an ancient Egyptian celebration that was organizing annually and known as the southern shrine.

Return back to your hotel in Luxor and overnight.

Day 4 : West Bank of Luxor:

After breakfast, accompany your personal guide to drive to the West Bank of Luxor. Start by scouting Queen Hatshepsut Temple where you will enjoy watching the inscriptions on the walls of the temple that tell the story of the holy birth of Queen Hatshepsut and her commercial trips to the Punt land.

Drive in minutes and feast your eyes watching the impressively decorated tombs of Valley of the Kings which is a royal cemetery for 62 Pharaohs of the New Kingdom. Know how the workers built these tombs and how their work and vacations were amazingly arranged.

On the way back, watch the Colossi of Memnon; huge sitting statues that were built as the guardians of Amenhotep III temple.

Return to your hotel in Luxor.

Day 5: Aswan Excursions:

After breakfast, you delegate will transfer to Aswan by air-conditioned vehicle for your comfort. The drive journey from Luxor to Aswan is about 3 hours and half full of interesting scenes of villages and towns on the way.

Start your Aswan Excursions with the High dam, one of the most important Egyptian achievements during the last century.

Then, drive to scout the famous Philae temple that was built on the honor of goddess Isis the chief deity of the Island of Philae, the temple was moved up by the UNISCO while Egypt was building the High Dam in the 60s.

Then return to your hotel in Aswan and overnight.

Day 6: Leisure Day (Abu Simbel Optional)

Enjoy your breakfast in the hotel.
Today, you can choose an optional tour to Abu Simbel, the Nubian Village or even both for an active day full of experience.

Drive to Abu Simbel from Aswan about 4 hours with a stop midway.

Abu Simbel site shows two temples, the larger one was constructed for the pharaoh Ramesses II, and the other was gifted to his own wife Nefertari. Both temples offer a beautiful panoramic scenes of different deities and offerings.

OR take a relaxing tour to Aswan Botanical Gardens with a local guide and visit the Nubian Village to discover how this special group kept their authentic style of life and walk through their colorful streets.

Early this evening, transfer to Aswan station and catch your train to Cairo.

Overnight on Sleeper Train with dinner and breakfast.

Day 7: Egyptian Museum and Cairo Citadel:

Wake up to have your train breakfast and enjoy the window scenic, Arrive at Giza station. Your guide will be waiting for you infant of your wagon exit.

Get yourself excited after the train journey and get ready to explore the wonderful Egyptian Museum that houses the most precious artifacts of ancient Egypt, these artifacts were described as one of the most valuable art designs in the Ancient Egyptian history.

The museum includes a big and rare collection of the Ancient Egyptian antiques and monuments, as well as the treasures of Tutankhamun, which is the most mysterious and marvelous of all time. Picture the amazing treasures of King Tut Ankh Amun.

Then, scout the famous Cairo Citadel, was built to protect Cairo from the enemies and it shed light on the medieval warfare. The citadel was also used as the seat of the king and his government in Egypt.

Drive to Khan El Khalili Bazaar and discuss options for a yummy lunch in the area before you take an unforgettable walk through this old market.

Drive back for an overnight in Cairo hotel to rest.

End of 8 Days Cairo, Luxor, Aswan Package
End of 8 Days Cairo, Luxor, Aswan Package
Breakfast at the hotel, our delegate will transfer you to the Cairo airport, catch your flight back home packing some amazing memories of your amazing 8 Days Cairo, Luxor, Aswan Package.


  • Pick up Service From Your Hotel and Back.
  • 02 Nights accommodation in Cairo hotel (Bed and Breakfast).
  • 02 Nights accommodation in Luxor hotel (Bed and Breakfast).
  • 1 night accommodation in Aswan hotel (Bed and Breakfast).
  • 02 Nights accommodation on sleeper train (dinner and Breakfast).
  • Transfer By air Conditioned Vehicles to Airport.
  • Qualified Egyptologist Guide.
  • Main Entrance Fees for the Sites.
  • Bottle of water.
  • All Taxes and Services.
  • International Airfare.
  • Egypt entry visa.
  • Lunch and Dinner Meals.
  • Extra Tickets for mentioned sites.
  • Gratuities.





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