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A Trip to Cairo – 2 nights & 3 days

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Duration

2 nights & 3 days

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Tour Type

Daily Tour

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Group Size

10 people

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Overview

  • Please note that these rates are per person in DBL room 
  • The bigger your group, the cheaper the rates!
  • Cost per SGL room for solo travelers is USD 420

A Trip to Cairo, Go on a 3-day trip to Cairo, visiting some of the most important historical sites in the world. From the ancient world of the Pyramids to visiting different sects in different points in Egypt’s timeline, Egyptian cuisine and dining, entertainment, and so much more. Are you ready?

Hotel Options

Cairo (2 nights):

Cleopatra Hotel (3 stars)

St. George Hotel Cairo (3 stars)

Optional Tours

CFC Shopping (30 USD)

Islamic + Coptic Cairo + Lunch + Khan Khalili (70 USD)

Sound & Light Show at the Pyramids (70 USD)

Dinner Cruise with Tanoura & Bellydancing Show (70 USD)

  • We can also find you similar accommodation if you have any specific preferences. Contact us, and we’ll take care of the details!
  • Please note that not all these hotels are always available. However, our Tour Operators will recommend a similar hotel that you can stay at.
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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Visit all the important spots of Cairo in just 3 days!
  • Get 1 complimentary lunch at a local Egyptian restaurant - it's on us!

Itinerary

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DAY 1 - Arrive to Cairo

After arriving to Cairo, our representative will meet you and help you transfer and check-in at your hotel location. Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 2 - Pyramids & Sphinx, Egyptian Museum & the iconic Khan el Khalili Bazaar

After breakfast at the hotel, we will begin our day of tours! First, we will visit the Giza Pyramids and the mysterious Great Sphinx. Next, we will visit the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities in Downtown Cairo, housing the most magnificent treasures of Tutankhamun.

Then we will have our Complimentary Lunch at a local Egyptian restaurant.

Next, we go to Khan el Khalili, with shops that are legendary for fine brassware, copper, perfumes, leather, silver, gold, antiques, and so much more.

Overnight at hotel.

DAY 3 - Departure

After breakfast at the hotel, we will check-out and depart to Cairo International Airport.

Optional Tour:
Shopping at Cairo Festival City Mall in New Cairo (USD 30 per person)

Visit Sultan Hassan & Sultan Rifae mosques & Old Coptic Cairo (the Hanging Church, Abu Serga, Ben Ezra). (USD 70 per person including lunch at local restaurant)

Included/Exclude

  • 2 nights at Cairo hotel with breakfast (3 stars)
  • All land transfers with air-conditioned vehicle.
  • 1 complimentary lunch and 2 dinners
  • All sightseeing as mentioned in the program
  • English-speaking Tour Guide
  • Visa fee (USD 25 at Airport)
  • Travel insurance
  • Personal expenses (drinks, laundry, telephone calls, etc.)
  • International flight ticket
  • Tipping
  • Optional Tours

Tour's Location

FAQs

Do I need a visa to travel to Egypt?
For most nationalities, you can get a Visa at the Egyptian Airport upon arrival. The cost of the visa is USD 25. For other nationalities, you will have to consult with your local Egyptian embassy to get the visa from your country.
Is Egypt a safe country to travel to?
Yes, Egypt is safe to travel to! In the last couple of years, After 7 years of stagnancy, Egypt is finally opening its doors to tourism once more, welcoming visitors from all corners of the world to take a step into North Africa.
When is the best time of the year to travel to Egypt?
The best time to travel to Egypt is in the winter season. When it’s cloudy in Europe, it’s very sunny here in Egypt. Temperatures do drop so pack a jacket, but you can also head to our sunny destinations in the North Coast or the Red Sea for year-round sun!
Do Egyptians speak English?
For the most part, yes. You will be able to get around with English only. You will find English menus in most restaurants, and you will find a lot of the billboards blaring messages in English too. You might even feel right at home!
Do people in Egypt commute by camels?
No, we certainly don’t. There are cars, buses, Ubers, metros, trains, and even airports! However, if you want to ride a horse and carriage, we still do have those.
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