Exotic Egypt

2 Nights Cairo | 1 Nights Sleeper Train | 2 Nights Hurghada | 3 Nights Nile Cruise


08 Nights / 09 Days

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Suggested Itinerary

Day 01: Cairo

- Arrival at Cairo International Airport, greeted by our representative who will assist the group through immigration and customs formalities.

- Transfer by our deluxe coach to your hotel in Cairo for check-in and overnight.

Day 02: Cairo/Sleeper train to Aswan

- Check-out after breakfast.

- Full day visit of the Great Pyramids of Giza, Sphinx, the Egyptian Museum and Khan El Khalili Bazaar.

- After visits free time (own arrangement) till transfer to Cairo station to board the sleeper train to Aswan.

- Dinner and overnight on board.

Train departs Cairo at 20:00. and arrives Aswan at 08:15. (next day)

Day 03: Aswan/Nile Cruise

- Arrival at Aswan station, greeted by our representative.

- Visit the Philae Temple, High Dam and unfinished Obelisque.

- After visits transfer to your Nile cruise for check-in.

- Overnight in Aswan.

Day 04: Nile Cruise

- Sail to Kom Ombo, visit Kom Ombo Temple.

- Sail to Edfu and visit Edfu Temple.

- Sail to Luxor.

Day 05: Nile Cruise

- A.M. Visit Valley of Kings, Queen Hatchepsut Temple and Colossi of Memnon.

- P.M. Visit Karnak Temple, and Luxor Temple.

- Overnight on cruise board.

Day 06: Nile Cruise/Luxor/Hurghada

- Check-out after breakfast.

- At fixed convoy time transfer from Luxor to Hurghada by our deluxe coach.

- Arrival to Hurghada, check-in your hotel for overnight.

Luxor/ Hurghada 282 K.M around 04:00 h.

Day 07: Hurghada

- Day at leisure to enjoy the sun, sandy beaches and crystal blue sea.

- Overnight at hotel.

Day 08: Hurgahda

- Check-out after breakfast, transfer by our deluxe coach to Cairo

- Arrive to Cairo, check in and overnight.

Hurghada/Cairo 548 K.M around 06:00 h.

Day 09: Cairo/Final Departure

- Check-out after breakfast, transfer to Cairo International Airport for final departure

Package Inclusions:

  • Daily breakfast
  • 02 nights accommodation in Cairo on bed and breakfast basis (standard room).
  • 01 night sleeper train Cairo/Aswan on half board basis.
  • 02 nights accommodation in Hurghada on bed and breakfast basis (at Marriott Hurghada Hotel and Imperial Hotel) , on half board basis (at Desert Rose Hotel & Safir Hurghada Hotel), on all inclusive basis (at Sphinx Hotel & King Tut Hotel) (standard room)
  • 03 nights accommodation on board of Nile cruise on full board basis (standard cabin),
  • Sightseeing tours as mentioned in the program including transportation by our deluxe coach, entrance fees and qualified English-speaking guide.
  • Transfer by Travco A/C deluxe coach Luxor/Hurghada on private basis.
  • Transfer by Travco A/C deluxe coach Hurghada/Cairo on private basis.
  • All Transfers in Cairo, Luxor, Aswan (apt /hotel-cruise and v.v)

Package Exclusions:

  • Entry visa of Egypt
  • Any Airfare
  • Lunch during the sightseeing tour in Cairo.
  • Entrance inside the Pyramids and visit of the Solar Boat in the Pyramids area.
  • Entrance of the Mummies room at the Egyptian Museum.
  • Beverage during meals.
  • Walk Talky at Egyptian museum US$ 2 P.P obligatory ( starting from 5 pax)
  • Tips (not obligatory, but highly expected).
  • Applicable Peak Season, Christmas, New year surcharges
  • Items of Personal Nature
  • Travel Insurance
  • Service tax extra @ 3.09% is applicable
  • Anything not mentioned above

Hotel Details

  • Cairo : 4 **** Star Hotel
  • Hurghada : 3 *** Star Hotel


Cairo is even livelier at night than it is during the day, and the Cairenes have always known how to enjoy themselves. As the sun goes down, the people come out. Shopping, socialising and drinking coffee all need to take place before the serious business of eating, drinking, dancing and music begins. The fun goes on for as long as you can stand the pace and even though most places wind down around 0300 or 0400, you will still find some that are open 24 hours. Wednesdays and Thursdays are the days for the big nights out. There is plenty of nightlife in Cairo. Most basic are the baladi bars, often called 'cafeterias' to disguise the fact that they are selling alcohol. They are perfectly safe, although a little rough and women on their own might feel uncomfortable in what is essentially a male domain. If you want to seek some out, try the Sharia Alfy area around the Midan Orabi.

Nile Cruise

Every day there is an entertainment programme, which differs from one boat to the other. On most cruise ships the first day is usually a cocktail party, presented and run by the boat manager, where they offer free drinks and introduce the senior staff on board. This party is also known as "The manager's party", where the manager introduces his crew to the passengers onboard. It is Advised to wear smart causal cloths during this cocktail.

2-Another night there is a "Galabia party", where you will be encouraged to get Egyptian outfits and wear the local Galabia. To buy a Galabia, it will cost you around 50-70 LE, but if you do not wish to buy one, you can hire one from the bazaar shop located onboard.

If you choose to buy your Galabia from outside the boatThere are many bazaars outside the Temples that you will be visit during your cruise. Don't forget to haggle hard!

-Another night will have a Nubian show, where you will see Nubian dancers and singers in their local outfit.

-The last evening's entertainment is usually has: a belly dancing show, a juggler's show (whirling dervishes) with local singers and bands.


Hurghada is the undisputed favourite resort among Egyptians and visitors from around the world who love sunshine, sea and diving.At least one hundred tourist developments of varying levels of luxury stretch for twenty kilometres along the coast.

It seems a long time since Hurghada was nothing more than a small fishing village and modest shipyard ignored by the rest of the world, including the Egyptians. In fact, it is only in the last ten years that Hurghada has grown into a town of 35,000 inhabitants to become the most popular seaside resort in the country. Hurghada is the undisputed favourite resort among Egyptians and visitors from around the world who love sunshine, sea and diving. At least one hundred tourist developments of varying levels of luxury stretch for twenty kilometres along the coast. The town centre, known as the Ed-Dahar quarter, has preserved a certain traditional character with a small souk and cheap hotels.Few coral reefs are accessible by swimming from the shore and it is therefore worth paying for a day's excursion out to sea. Various clubs offer this type of trip and among the most prized destinations are the Giftun Islands. The islands are a conservation area and access is restricted. Rubbish and wastewater are collected by specially equipped boats.

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