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Egypt Story
ATA 34th Congress
Jean F. Champollion
Events Calendar
for 2009-2010
ATS Summit, Cairo

New Cruises
Egypt Tours
Nile Cruises

Egyptair Website
Egyptair Update

Egypt State Information Service

Egyptian Tourist Authority

Cairo InternationalAirport

Coptic Museum

Museum of Modern Egyptian art

Cairo Opera House

EgyptianSound and Light Show Museum

Islamic Ceramic Museum

Mohamed Mahmoud Khalil Museum

Graeco-Roman Museum

Cairo Cruise Itinerary

Day 1 :Breakfast

Arriving At Cairo Airport, Meet And Transfer To Hotel 4 * O/N

Day 2 :Breakfast

In The Morning Start your sightseeing by visiting the Pyramids of Giza. Cheops (Khufu) Pyramid, largest of the three, was built in the 3rd Dynasty about 2690 BC, and is one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. In front of the Pyramid of Chephren (Khafre), we find the Sphinx carved from a single piece of stone. It is a lion with a Pharaoh's head thought to be a portrait of the pharaoh Chephren (Khafre). , then Our Egyptologist Guide Will Take You to Memphis, Capital of the Ancient Kingdom, One Of The Most Important Cities In Ancient Egypt. Where You Find The Alabaster Sphinx Built In The 19th Dynasty, The Carved Statue Of Ramses The Second, Then Continue To Sakara , Than Back To Hotel O/N

Day 3 :Breakfast 

Start your sightseeing by visiting the  Egyptian Museum, famous for its antiquities from Egypt's Pharaonic period, which dates back some 50 centuries and includes the fabulous treasures of King Tut-Ankh-Amon. Then Visiting  Old Cairo, visiting the Citadel, its construction was initiated in 1776, visit the Alabaster Mosque of Sultan Hassan, perhaps the most majestic monument of Arab architecture in Egypt. The tour also Includes a visit to Khan El Khalili, a famous Cairo bazaar, dating back to the late 14th century .Then Back To Hotel O/N

Day 4: (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner )

In The Morring Transfer To Airport To Have The Flight To Aswan Arriving Aswan And Then Transfer To The Nile Cruise 5 *Embarkation before lunch, then start visiting to the High Dam, the Granite Quarries, then visit the Unfinished Obelisk, Afternoon, by ( Felucca ) visit the Elephantine Island the Botanic Garden and Mausoleum of the Agha Khan.Overnight: At Aswan


Day 5 :(Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner )

Sailing to Kom Ombo, visit the Ptolemic Temple shared by two Gods with its beautiful murals and fine view of the river. then back to the Cruise and sail on to Edfu..Arv., visit the Temple of Horus, the most complete ancient temple still standing,after finishing back to the cruise and sail on to luxor crossing Esna lock..Overnight.


Day 6 :(Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner )

board the coach to begin a sightseeing tour of the West Bank, visit the Valley of the Kings,the famed Colossi of Memnon facing the Nile and the Temple of Queen Hatchepsut at Deir el Bahari. Afterward,embarkation our Nile Crusie. Afternoon, sightseeing includes the great Temples of Luxor and Karnak in the East Bank.

Overnight: At Luxor.\

Day 7 :Breakfast

Disembarkation .Transfer to Airport for short fly back to cairo..arrive cairo..Meet and assistance..Transfer to your Hotel.O/N

Day 8:Breakfast

Breakfast Then Transfer To Cairo Airport For Final departure  

Per Person In DBL 275.00 $ 

This Rate Valid From 01.03.2003 Till 01.05.2003

This Rate Basis On Group Only .Minimum 05 Pax\

This Rate Including :

04Nights Hotel 4 **** On B.B Basis In Cairo 

03Nights Nile Cruise 5*****F.B

All Transfer by deluxe aircondationed coachs

Entrance Fees.

This Rate Is Not Including :

Domestic Air Tickets ( Cairo/Aswan....Luxor/Cairo)

Personal Items Like Tips , Laundry Or Phone Calls........

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Muguette Goufrani, Africa Travel Magazine's Francophone Editor covers West African destinations and events in detail. Her native language is French and she has lived in five West African countries, working for Air Afrique, Royal Air Maroc and Citroen. As a Travel Agent, she worked in North Africa, where her family operates an inbound tour company, and later in Tahiti and Cambodia. Muguette has been a partner in the magazine since it was founded in 1995. E-mail Muguette with your travel experiences in Cote d'Ivoire and other West African destinations. We welcome your input.

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