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Egypt Tour Packages

Egypt is a country with a captivating history which dates back to the emergence of civilization and the monuments built during those times are still preserved and protected by the Egyptian government which is why undoubtedly, it is featured as one of the seven wonders of the world. Egypt is also considered as one of the oldest tourist destination in the world and this country being in the African region, is frequently visited by Europeans, Asians and Americans as it is at a central spot to all these countries on the map. There are many tour operators who provide Egypt tour packages from India. This country’s stunning temples and the structural wonder of the pyramids are what attracts the tourists for all these years. Most tourists visit this country to marvel at its ancient architectural wonders, but there are other tourists too who visit to indulge in the natural attractions found in this country such as the Red Sea coast which is famous for its Beach resorts and coral reefs and wading through the Sahara Desert to discover freshwater springs. Summers in Egypt can be burning hot with the temperatures soaring up to 45 degrees Celsius which makes it unbearable for touristy activities. The best time to visit in Egypt would be from October to April which be pleasant at that time.

Some of the world-famous monuments that can be found here are the Pyramids of Giza, The Great Sphinx and the temples in Luxor which dates back to thousands of years. Visiting the longest river in the world – Nile and snorkelling and deep-sea diving on the Red Sea coast are also some of the famous activities to do Egypt tour packages.

Let us have a look at some of the interesting places to see in Egypt when you travel on Egypt vacation packages.

Mosque of ibn Tulun

The Mosque of ibn Tulun is known to be one of the oldest places of worship in Cairo which was built during the years 876 AD and 879 AD and authorized by the then Abbasid governor of Egypt, Ahmad Ibn Tulun. There is courtyard in the centre and a covered hall on each sides of the mosque. Some parts of the James Bond film “The Spy who loved me” was shot here in this mosque.

Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum is the top most tourist attraction in Cairo with over a lakh of ancient Egyptian antiques present in the museum. The museum consists of two floors – the ground floor is home to a widespread collection of coins and papyrus which were used during the ancient times and the first floor is home to artefacts from two different dynasties that once upon a time ruled Egypt and also some artefacts which were acquired from the Valley of the Kings. The highlights of this museum are the things from King Tutankhamen’s tomb and the 27 royal mummies in the Royal Mummy Room which have been there since the times of the Pharaohs. If you are a history lover, then this must be on your Egypt holiday packages.

Abu Simbel

Abu Simbel is located on the western banks of Lake Nasser and is basically and archaeological site which consists of two huge rock cut temples where were carved out from the mountains during Pharaoh Ramesses The Great’s reign in 13th Century BC. It was built by the Pharaoh as a lasting memory of him and his Queen Nefertari. Till date, Abu Simbel remains to be one of the top tourist attractions on Egypt tour packages from India.

Valley of the Kings

The valley of the kings is basically the burial site which was chosen by the Pharaohs of the new kingdom. This quarantined valley is surrounded by the pyramid shaped mountain called Al Qurn which translates to the Horn. There are 63 stunning royal tombs in the valley of the kings. Over the years these toms have suffered greatly due to the floods, treasure hunters and the overflow of tourists which have affected the paintings which were made over the limestone. Due to this, the Department of Antiquities have developed a rotation system where only a limited number of tombs are open to public at any given time. you should be aware and remember that photography and video is not allowed inside the tombs!

River Nile Cruise

The river Nile, which is the longest river in the world is also the lifeline of Egypt. The history of ancient Egypt can be traced back through the river Nile. One of the popular ways of exploring the upper Egypt side is by cruising on this river. If you embark on an Egyptian cruise the ship travels through Luxor-Aswan route which is totally safe to travel and you will get to see beautiful scenery along the way. If you want more adventure, then you can ferry down the Nile on Feluccas which are basically sail boats but not as comfortable as cruise ships, although the experience of sailing on an antique rig built thousand years ago is unique.

Red Sea Reef

The Red Sea reef is considered one of the most beautiful waters in the world to go diving and deep sea diving. You can visibly see the features of the most exotic seascape in the Red Sea. There are so many beautiful coral formations and this sea is home to so many different sea creatures. The beach resorts in Red Sea are located on both sides and the eastern side of Sinai Peninsula is the oldest established and well known area in the region. If you are an adventure lover, then this must definitely be on your Egypt tour packages.

Giza Necropolis

These 3D triangle shaped structures are the last remaining ancient wonders in the world whose construction dates back to almost 4000 years ago. Many have always wondered how these structures were built and why were they built in the first place? After centuries of researching by archaeologists, the answer to these questions are basically, the pharaohs instructed labourers to build these as tombs for them to be mummified and buried in after death. The most famous pyramids in this region are the Great Pyramid of Khufu, Pyramid of Menkaure, Pyramid of Khafre and the Sphinx. But if you wish to explore further, there are so many temple ruins, tombs and small satellite pyramids that you can visit.

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  • Jewels Of Egypt And Dubai

    Customizable Tour | 8 Nights

    Cairo (2) Aswan (2) Luxor (1) Dubai (3)
    Jewels Of Egypt And Dubai
    Customisable itineraries where you may choose transport, stay & sightseeing as per your taste & comfort.
    Customizable Tour 8
    Cairo (2) Aswan (2) Luxor (1) Dubai (3)
    Here's your chance to explore the magic of the two jewels of Middle East - Egypt and Dubai. Feast your eyes on a perfect amalgamation of ancient wonders and modern marvels. A journey through Egypt gives you a glimpse of the ancient times as you visit Cairo, Pyramid of Giza, Sphinx and Papyrus Institute. Journey down the Nile and feel amazed as you visit ancient temples in Aswan, Kom Ombo and Edfu. Your next destination, Dubai offers a sight to behold! It is home to Burj Khalifa, the tallest building on Earth. Have fun as you embark on a Dhow cruise, enjoy a sumptuous dinner and watch interesting places like Al Bastakiya, Ruler's Court, Old Souk Abra Station, Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House, Heritage and Diving Village, Gold Souk, Spice Souk, Hyatt Regency Hotel etc. This 9-day trip is perfect for people who want to take a break from their busy schedule and spend quality time with their loved ones.


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    • Rs.1,565
  • Royal Egypt - Nile Cruise

    Customizable Tour | 7 Nights

    Cairo (1) Aswan (1) Nile Cruise (3) Cairo (2)
    Royal Egypt - Nile Cruise
    Customisable itineraries where you may choose transport, stay & sightseeing as per your taste & comfort.
    Customizable Tour 7
    SELLER: Xtremedge Leisure Holidays
    Cairo (1) Aswan (1) Nile Cruise (3) Cairo (2)
    The land of the River Nile, centuries-old monuments, shimmering desert, beguilling pyramids and welcoming people define the Mediterranean country of Egypt. It is also famed as the 'Cradle of Civilisation' owing to the fact that it its history and heritage date back to the 6th - 4th millennia BCE. Gaze at the pyramids in awe, enjoy a camel-ride across the desert, stroll through the sands of time or listen to the stories narrated by the ancient structures. This 8-day tour takes you around some of the most prominent attractions of Egypt such as the Sphinx, Nile Cruise, the Unfinished Obelisk, Edfu Temple, Luxor Temple and the Great Pyramids of Giza, to name a few. Sounds exciting? Then book your tickets today!


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    • Rs.1,560

Egypt Guide

  • How To Reach Egypt

    How To Reach Egypt

    The climate of Egypt is highly influenced by the Sahara Desert. The summer season extends from the month of June to August. Temperatures in the Mediterranean coast go up to 88 degree Fahrenheit while the southern part experiences high temperature of about 122 degree Fahrenheit. Winters extend from November to February and are generally pleasant. Temperatures do not go below 40 degree Fahrenheit, exception being the desert area when the nights can be chilly. The best time to visit this destination is during the winter months from November to February.

  • Shopping in Egypt

    Shopping in Egypt

    Egypt does not have shopping malls or complexes; shopping here is mainly done at traditional markets and streets. From hand-made carpets to leather goods and backgammon sets, all sort of items are easily available in the markets of Egypt. In the city of Cairo, the most suited place to enjoy shopping is Khan el-Khalili – a famous medieval market. To shop in Alexandria, the preferred place to visit is Attareen neighbourhood, where many stalls selling antique items can be found.

  • Food Cuisines in Egypt

    Food Cuisines in Egypt

    There are a number of restaurants, pubs and food outlets in Egypt that offers a wide variety of delicacies. Egyptian cuisine is considered to be the blend of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean fare. The most consumed foods here are the beans, lentils, roasted beef and kebabs. Other than regional delicacies, travellers can also relish pizzas, pastas, salads and steaks.

  • Calendar of Events in Egypt

    Calendar of Events in Egypt

    Egypt's calendar is marked with a number of religious, cultural and national festivals throughout the year. Mawlid an-Nabi is the celebration of the birthday of the prophet Mohammed. This festival includes music, dance and parades in the streets of the Egyptian cities. Cairo Jazz Festival is one of the awaited festivals by music lovers and unites some of the renowned musicians from across the globe. Sham al-Naseem, meaning sniffing the breeze, marks the arrival of the spring season. Egyptian food is prepared and streets are crowded with musicians and dancers. Since 1979, Alexandria International Film Festival, has been organised every year in the month of November. The motto of the celebration of this event is to acknowledge the unknown artists and connect the film makers of every region. A five day festival known as Sphinx is celebrated in December every year and highlights Egyptian dance. A customary celebration known as Wafaa Al Nil, is organised to pay regard to River Nile. Leylet en Nuktah is an ancient festival celebrated in the month of June.


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