Group Tour

Egypt Tour

 Cairo, Egypt
 21st Jun - 21st Jul
54,900 / Person


Meet, Assist & Round Trip transfers in Cairo
3Night @ Cairo Hotel on B.B. Basis
Sightseeing & entrance fees as per the Itinerary.
3 Bottle of mineral water (1 Litre) per person per day
Meals as mentioned in the below itinerary
English speaking guide.Travel Insurance
Tips & Porter Charges
Anything not mentioned under inclusions
Early check in or late check out
Additional cost due to Flight cancellations, Road Blocks or natural calamities
Expenses of personal nature (telephone charges, laundry etc.)
City Taxes (wherever applicable)
GST 5% will be extra on the final invoice


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Tour Overview





Car PickUp


Tour Guide


pickup loction

Pickup Available From Airport, Train and Also Cruise


  • Hotel
  • Meals
  • Sightseeing


  • Travel Insurance
  • Tips & Porter Charges
  • Anything not mentioned under inclusions
  • Early check in or late check out


Day 1
  • Arrival Cairo

    Arriveat Cairo International Airport, Meet, Assist By Our Representative Hrs: Lunch At Abu Zaid Restaurant With Indian Food Transfer To Hotel For Check In & Freshen Up Full Day Conference At Hotel With Basic Amenities + 2 Times Tea / Coffee With Cookies At Hotel 18:30 – 19:20 Hrs: Sound & Light Show At The Pyramids. 20:00 – 21:00 Hrs: Dinner At Soiree Restaurant With Indian Food Overnight At Hotel. Meals : Lunch, Dinner

Day 2
  • Cairo – Alexandria – Cairo

    06:00 Hrs: Breakfast At Hotel Early Morning Transfer By Road To Alexandria Visit The Town Of Alexandria (The Pompey’s Pillar, The Catacombs Of Kom-Shogafa, Pompey’s Pillar Is A Roman Triumphal Column In Alexandria, Egypt, And The Largest Of Its Type Constructed Outside The Imperial Capitals Ofrome And Constantinople. The Only Known Free-Standing Column In Roman Egypt Which Was Not Composed Of Drums, It Is One Of Thelargest Ancient Monoliths And One Of The Largest Monolithic Columns Ever Erected. The Monolithic Column Shaft Measures 20.46 M In Height With A Diameter Of 2.71 M At Its Base. The Weight Of The Single Piece Of Redaswan Granite Is Estimated At 285 Tones. The Column Is 26.85 M High Including Its Base And Capital.[2] Other Authors Give Slightly Deviating Dimensions 13:00 – 14:00 Hrs: Lunch At Athinus With Sea View Restaurant Continue To Visit Roman Theater And Citadel From Outside Return Back To Cairo By Coach Through Desert Road End With Shopping In The Greatest Famous Market Khan Khalili Bazaar The Site Of Khan El-Khalili Was Originally The Site Of The Mausoleum Known As The Turbat Az-Za’faraan (Saffron Tomb), Which Was The Burial Site Of The Fatimid Caliphs. The Mausoleum Was Part Of The Fatimid Great Eastern Palace Complex, Begun In 970 Ad By Gawhar Al-Siqilli, The General Who Conquered Egypt For The Fatimid Dynasty And Founded Cairo That Same Year. 20:00 – 21:00 Hrs:Dinner At Hotel Overnight At Hotel. Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3
  • Cairo

    08:00 Hrs: Breakfast At Hotel 09:00 A.M.: Visit The Pyramids Of Giza And Sphinx, The Great Pyramid Of Giza (Also Known As The Pyramid Of Khufu Or The Pyramid Of Cheops) Is The Oldest And Largest Of The Three Pyramids In The Giza Pyramid Complex Bordering What Is Now El Giza, Egypt. It Is The Oldest Of The Seven Wonders Of The Ancient World, And The Only One To Remain Largely Intact, Continue To Visit The Papyrus & Perfume Factory Where You Will Have Some Time For Shopping. 13:00 Hrs: Lunch At Roof Of Scarabee Nile Cruise With Indian Food Continue Visit With Sakkara, Memphis & Dahshour Tour 20:00 Hrs: Dinner @ Hotel (Or Nile Cruise) For Gala Dinner With Dj Music And Free Flow Of Hard Liquor(Will Be Brought By The Client), Belly Dancer Beer, Soft Drinks, Soda And Water For 2 Hours Overnight At Hotel. Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4
  • Cairo – Final Departure

    0:00 Hrs: Breakfastat Hotel & Check Out Later Egyptian Museum Of Antiquitieswhich Houses One Of The World’s Greatest Collections Of Egyptian Artefacts. Designed In The Neoclassical Style By Marcel Dourgnon, The Egyptian Museum Boasts 107 Halls Filled With Artefacts Dating From The Prehistoric Through The Roman Periods, With The Majority Of The Collection Focused On The Pharaonic Era. The Museum Houses Approximately 160,000 Objects Covering 5,000 Years Of Egypt’s Past Transfer To Cairo International Airport For Final Departure Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

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