Arrival at Cairo airport, assistance by our representative of Nile Dream Tours, transfer to the hotel and accommodation.
Egypt Reachable II - 3 nights Cairo /4 nights cruise with Abu simbel
With our experience in tourism for more than 25 years, we have found that physical disabilities are catalysts for more pleasure, so we have trained a team at the top level to provide devices, assistance, care and special programs for more facilities and enjoyment. We understand how you feel and what you are looking forward to, and we are ready to give you what you need to explore the great Egyptian civilization and culture moreover enjoy the sightseeing such as the Pyramids, tombs in Valley of the Kings, Karnak temple, Philae temple and Abu Simbel temples. You just decide and Nile dream team ready to act.
Arrival at Cairo airport, assistance by our representative of Nile Dream Tours, transfer to the hotel and accommodation.
In the morning you will meet by our tour guide then we will visit the following;
The Giza plateau, where the 4th dynasty pyramids were constructed Khufu (Cheops) pyramid, it is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the only one that stands until now, it is the most attractive monument on the plateau 146.59 meters high and its sides at the base reached 230.37 meters in length. The tilt of their faces was 52 degrees. It is the greatest monument in Egypt and has almost 2,300,000 stone blocks. As an Arab proverb says: "man fears time, but time fears pyramids."
Khafra (Khefern) pyramid is 136.4 meters high, each side measures 215.25 meters and the inclination of its faces is just over 53 degrees. Its estimated volume is more than 1.6 million cubic meters. On its vertex remains of the old original shiny limestone covering can still be seen.
The pyramid of Menkaura (Mykerinos) whose base measures 103.4 meters on each side and its original height was 65.5 meters, with a slope on all four sides of 51 degrees. It conserves at the base 16 courses of red granite that corresponded to the lower cladding of the monument. We will continue to visit the Valley Temple and the Great Sphinx built by Pharaoh Khafra (Khefern) it is 73 meters long, and almost 20 meters high.
The Egyptian Museum, of Antiquities which was built in 1902, and it exhibits a large number of items and treasures (exceeding 170,000 masterpieces) dating from the Prehistoric Period to the end of the Roman era, arranged in chronological order, exhibited in 42 rooms on the ground floor contains the largest of the exhibits, such as a massive statue pair of Amenhotep III and his wife Tiye, the colossal statues of Rameses II, the super famous pieces like the Narmer Palette, diorite statue of Khafre, bedroom furniture of Queen Hetepheres and the exhibits of the Amarna collection which include a colossal statue of the ‘heretic’ king Akhenaton. The upper floor there are 47 rooms housing about 3000 pieces of the treasure of Tutankhamun the boy-king’s tomb, discovered by Howard Carter in 1922, including the shrines and tomb furniture the famous gold mask and sarcophagi. Also, the royal mummy rooms, which were closed for several years, are now open with 27 mummies.
Lunch in a local restaurant
After the visit, you go back to the hotel
Checking out the hotel, and you will be transferred to Cairo airport to catch your flight to Luxor, upon arrival, you will visit the East bank
The ancient Egyptians believed that towards the end of the annual agricultural cycle the gods and the earth became exhausted and required a fresh input of energy from the chaotic energy of the cosmos. To accomplish this magical regeneration the Opet festival was held yearly the procession began at Karnak and ended at Luxor Temple
Karnak Temple, a city of temples built over 2,000 years, it is the largest religious building ever made, covering about 1.5 km by 0.8 km could hold ten average European cathedrals. The great temple at the heart of Karnak is so big that St Peter’s Milan, and Notre Dame Cathedrals would fit within its walls. with the largest number of pylons in all of the Egyptian temples dedicated to the sacred triad of Thebes Gods, Amun, his wife Mut, and their son Khonsu
Luxor Temple, Lying at the other end of Thebes connected with Karnak by the avenue of sphinxes the temple was built by Amenhotep III completed by Tutankhamun and Horemheb from the XVIII dynasty and finally, Ramses II from the XIX dynasty added the first pylon later the sanctuary was reconstructed by Alexander the Great then going for the Nile cruise, embarkation, have lunch and dinner and stay on board overnight in Luxor with the possibility to enjoy the Sound and light show in Karnak
After breakfast on board, you will visit
Valley of the Kings is one of the oldest Royal burial places in all over the world. It consists of more than 60 rock-cut tombs carved out of a big mountain which looks like a huge natural Pyramid overlooking the Nile on the west bank of Luxor, more than a third of this number of tombs used for burying the great pharaohs ruled Egypt from the 16th century to 11th century B.C which considered the glamorous days of ancient Egypt known as the New Kingdom period (18th, 19th and 20th dynasties), such as the famous pharaohs Thotmosislll, Sityl Ramsisll, Ramsislll, etc. Each tomb consists of 3 or 4 large corridors decorated with bright and colorful scenes, paintings and carvings representing philosophical ideas and future vision of the Hereafter, which explained and illustrated in 9 Holly books such as the book of deads, the book of caverns etc..., those large corridors end by the most important point of the tomb which is the burial chamber supposedly to have the most valuable objects of the treasure buried around the Pharaoh's mummy, as well we can see a very large painting of goddess Nut the goddess of the Sky and the journey of day and night, some of these burial chambers still has the sarcophagus you hardly believe it is cut out of single piece of granite brought from Aswan quarries 130 miles south of Luxor and taken dawn more than 300fts into the mountain, So many excavators worked in Valley of the Kings, such as Howard Carter who discovered the discovery of the discoveries of the 20th century which is the intact tomb of King Tut Ankh Amon occurred in 4th of November 1922.
The Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut is one of the best architectural buildings; it consists of three levels connected to each other and has different scenes on its walls that represent the queen's divine birth and commercial expedition to the land of Punt. The temple is mainly dedicated to worshiping the god Ammon-Ra.
The Colossi of Memnon, are two statues that represent Pharaoh Amenhotep III in a seated position in front of his funeral temple.
Sailing to Esna Lunch and Dinner on board
Breakfast on board. Transfer by horse carriage to visit the Temple of Horus located in the town of Edfu that derives its name from the ancient Egyptian Djeba which was the place where the god Horus was worshipped and where the battle between Horus and his traditional enemy Seth in ancient mythology took place. The main monument at Edfu is the Ptolemaic Temple of Horus The sand has helped to preserve the building which was found completely intact when it was first cleared and excavated by Auguste Mariette in the 1860s it is the most well-preserved and the only that has been completed, was constructed from sandstone blocks in time of Ptolemy III Euergetes I in 237 BC, and was completed 57 BC.
Sailing to Kom Ombo, having lunch on board, visit Kom Ombo is an industrial town 45 km north of Aswan. Its classical name was Ombos, the temple is very unusual. It was dedicated to two triads of deities, each with their own associated chambers and sanctuaries. On the eastern side of the temple, the crocodile god Sobek is honoured with his wife who is here named as Hathor and their son Khonsu. On the west side, Haroeris or ‘Horus the Elder’ is accompanied by his wife Hathor-ta-sent-nefert and their son Panebtawy. The main part of the temple was probably begun by Ptolemy VI Philometor, On the inside of the enclosure wall at the rear of the temple is a famous relief depicting surgical instruments.
Sailing to Aswan. Dinner and night on board
Transfer by a modern air-conditioned coach taking the highway about 280 km to Abu Simbel there you visit;
the two temples The great temple of Ramses II which is extends48 meters into the mountain was dedicated to the gods Ra-horakhty, Amun and Ptah, as well as the divine Rameses himself. The impressive façade of the temple is fronted by 4 colossal seated statues of Ramses II each 20 m high and depicting the king, in different stages of his life, his mother queen Tuya, his chief wife queen Nefertari and some of his many children can be seen in a smaller scale at his feet on the walls of the first hypostyle hall are scenes showing the king’s victories over the Hittites, during the battle of Kadesh.The temple was aligned so that twice a year, on February 22 and October 22, the sun’s rays penetrate the length of the temple and flood the sanctuary with light.
About 100 meters north of the great temple is the smaller temple dedicated to the queen Nefertari and the goddess Hathor. Goddess of love beauty and motherhood the imposing façade consists of six colossal statues of the king and the queen each 10 meters high again with smaller images of royal children at their feet. Scenes on the walls of the pillared hall depict Nefertari taking part in divine rituals with her husband before Hathor and Mut in the sanctuary at the rear of the temple a statue in high relief seems to grow out of the rock wall, showing Hathor as the sacred cow.
Coming back you will visit Aswan High Dam which was built in 1960 by president Nasser and inaugurated 1971by Sadat containing 17 times the volume of the great pyramid at Giza the dam is 3.6 km. long and 111 m. high,980 m. wide at its base and 40 m. wide at the crest and equipped with 12 turbines producing 2.1 million kilowatts per hour it was built to prevent problems caused by the Nile flood. After lunch, you have the opportunity to enjoy visiting Nubian Village (optional )
After breakfast, checking out, at the scheduled time transfer to Aswan airport, you to Cairo, assisted by our representative how pick you up to your hotel
After breakfast ,checking out the hotel and will be picked up to Cairo airport
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* Price per person in a double room
* Supplement $ 75 usd for the excursion of Abu Simbel by
* The confirmation of the boat name is made one week before
the start of the trip
Nile dream offers flexible down payment just 50% to start preceding your booking, such as hotel room, cruise cabin, domestic flight ticket etc. As for the rest either money transfer 2 days before your arrival date, or in cash to be handed to Nile dream rep. upon arrival
• 1 - 03.99 Free of Charge
• 4 - 5.99 pay 25% of tour price
• 6 - 11.99 pay 50% of tour price
• 12+ pay full tour price as per adult
Children, less than 12 years will pay the cost of domestic flights if the tour includes it.
It will be a Cancellation fee charged according to the following scale.
• 2 months 60 days before your arrival date you will be charged 10%of the total price.
• 1 month 30 days before your arrival date you will be charged 20% of the total price.
• 2 weeks 14 days before your arrival date you will be charged 50% of the total price
• Less than 14 days before your arrival date you will be charged 100% of the total price. Any Cancellation to a domestic flight Ticket for any case and any time during your stay, you will be charged a Cancellation fee according to the Airline's company Cancellation policy
Nile dream tour is very concerned about the safety of our customers, so for some reasons such as government travel warning and Airline issues and any other safety issues you will be informed about the full refund Cancellation policy
Tipping is a common way of showing appreciation and satisfaction to good service in Egypt. So, it is a way of life and expected. Nile dream tour set a Kitty system. Instead of giving it individually which is exhausting to your budget, kindly requested hand the set amount kitty to Nile dream rep. upon arrival, it includes drivers, porters, Nile cruise staff etc. It does not include tour guide; you can hand your appreciation directly to him.
Precautions against Covid-19
Regarding avoid the spread of Covid-19. We will apply the following precautions
1- Guests are obliged to wear masks from the start to the end of the tour, including the members of the service (guide, drivers etc...) it will be provided to whom they need it during the tour
2- The temperature of the guests will be measured daily, excluding those maintaining in quarantine and display fever or symptoms, those with a temperature of more than 37 degrees Celsius (99 Fahrenheit) will be full refunded.
3- we should respect one-meter safe distance as possible as we can and the tour consists of not more than 6 persons
4- Disinfection gel and Alcohol will be available before, during and after the service moreover the transportation will be cleaned very well by disinfection solutions before and after each service.
• Meet and greet service by our representatives upon your airport arrival.
• Transfers in private vehicle with air conditioning.
• 6 Airport transfers. (4 in Cairo, 1 in Luxor, 1 in Aswan)
• Domestic Flight Tickets (Cairo-Luxor, Aswan-Cairo) Economy Class
• English-speaking tour guide during your excursions
• 1 Bottled mineral water every day
• Main Entrance Fees
• Excursions according to the itinerary.
• This itinerary could be changed in order according to the circumstances of service not to be canceled
• 1 meals during visits at a local restaurant
• Accommodation in Cairo for 3 nights, including daily breakfast.
• Accommodation on board Nile cruise 4 nights, on full board
• Egyptian SIM card, per family, for your unlocked mobile device for your stay in Egypt
• Tourism Police Permission
• International airfare to Egypt
• Entry Visa to Egypt
• Personal spending.
• Extra Entry Ticket to inside the Pyramids.
• Extra Entry Ticket to the Solar Boat Museum
• Extra Entry Ticket to inside the Royal Mummies Room
• Extra Entry Ticket to the tombs that have a special entrance in Luxor
• Optional Activities.
• Anything not mentioned above.
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