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10 days,Cairo to Cairo
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Gazing in awe at mummies in the ancient pyramids, snorkelling among brightly coloured fish in the Red Sea, riding a camel out in the desert

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History class is way more interesting once you’ve stood where it all happened. Treat your kids to an unforgettable journey back to the age of the pharaohs on this incredible ten-day tour of Egypt’s ancient wonders. It begins with the iconic monuments and pyramids around Cairo, Abu Simbel and a cruise down the Nile. Next, it’s three full days in Luxor for temple visits, Karnak and a camel ride. Then, it’s off to the coast of the Red Sea for three days of well-earned downtime before heading home. Ancient history should always be this hands-on.

What's Included

  • Visit the Pyramids and Cairo Museum
  • Nile felucca cruise
  • Dinner with Local Nubian Family in Aswan
  • Visit the Valley of the Kings
  • Camel Ride in the west bank in Luxor
  • Lunch with Local family in Luxor
  • Hurghada beach stay and snorkelling tour by Boat
  • 9 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners (Allow USD190-250 per person for meals not included)
  • Private van, plane, train, felucca, camels
  • Certified Egyptologist as Chief Experience Officer (CEO) throughout
  • Small group experience; Max 20, avg 12
  • Hotels (8 nts), overnight train (1 nt)
Itinerary Notes

This trip is designed for parents and children to enjoy together. You will be travelling as part of a group of families with other children. The itinerary has been designed with the needs of the whole family in mind. We have given this trip a minimum age for this trip to allow you to be sure that you have the right trip for you and your family. Minimum age of 5 years for this trip. Please see the activities for any specific minimum age requirements.

Day 1Cairo

Arrive at any time. Arrival transfer included.

Day 2Cairo/Aswan(1B)

Explore the Pyramids of Giza and visit the Sphinx. Opt to take a camel ride in Giza. Visit the Cairo Museum before boarding the overnight train to Aswan.

Day 3Aswan(1B, 1D)

Arrive in Aswan, wander the town before an included felucca cruise on the Nile takes you to a Nubian village.

Day 4Aswan/Luxor(1B)

Free morning to allow for an optional visit to Abu Simbel. In the afternoon, transfer along the Nile by bus to Luxor.

Day 5Luxor(1B)

Enjoy an early morning visit to the Valley of the Kings, including a camel ride and walking tour of Karnak temple.

Day 6Luxor(1B)

Free day in Luxor to explore. Time to visit the Luxor temple or the Mummification Museum. Opt to visit the Luxor Community Education Center.

Day 7Luxor/Hurghada(1B)

Travel day to Hurghada, located on the coast of the Red Sea.

Day 8Hurghada(1B, 1L)

Enjoy a snorkelling tour in one of the world's top destinations, the Red Sea.

Day 9Hurghada(1B)

Free day to lounge on the beach, wander the town, and do some shopping. Opt for a final group dinner.

Day 10Hurghada/Cairo(1B)

Fly to Cairo. The trip ends upon arrival at the airport. Please book onward travel any time after 1pm.

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