10-Day Jordan & Egypt

Brief Itinerary

Day 1 Cairo Arrival

Airport pick up by private tour guide, transfer to hotel and free to recover for the rest of day.

Day 2 Cairo Pyramids Tour

Saqqara (Sakkara) Pyramids, Great Pyramid of Giza (Pyramid of Khufu,the Pyramid of Cheops), Great Sphinx of Giza.

Day 3   Cairo Old City and Egyptian Museum, fly to Aswan

Mosque of Muhammad Ali (Alabaster Mosque), Cairo Citadel, The Hanging Church, Egyptian Museum, Khan el Khalili. Take a flight to Awan.

Day 4  Aswan – Abu Simbel – Aswan

Transfer to Abu Simble to visit Abu Simbel Temples, Unfinished Obelisk. Start the Neil Cruise today.

Day 5  Aswan and Embark Nile Cruise day 1

Philae Temple, Aswan High Dam, Unfinished Obelisk. Start the Neil Cruise today.

Day 6 Aswan – Kom Ombo-Edfu (Nile Cruise day 2)

Temple of Kom Ombo (Ptolemic Temple), Temple of Edfu (Temple of Horus).

Day 7 Edfu – Luxor (Nile Cruise day 3)

Luxor Temple, Karnak Temple.

Day 8 Luxor – Hurghada (Nile Cruise day 4)

Luxury Hot Air Balloon Riding. Neil Cruise check out, Valley of the Kings, Temple of Hatshepsut, Colossi of Memnon. Move to Hurghada in the afternoon.

Day 9 Hurghada Half Day Bedouin Village Tour

Bedouin Village, Desert Safari by Jeep, Camel Riding, Watching the sunset.

Day 10 Hurghada

Free and Leisure day on your own in Hurghada

Day 11 Hurghada – Cairo

Fly back to Cairo today

Day 12, Cairo departure


Saqqara (Sakkara) Pyramids – The huge site hosts burials dating from before the beginning of the Old Kingdom up through the Greek Period of Egyptian history. Its monuments span 3,000 years, from the earliest ancient Egyptian funerary structures to Coptic monasteries

Great Pyramid of Giza – The pyramid rises to a height of 479 feet (146 metres) with a base of 754 feet (230 metres) and is comprised of over two million blocks of stone. Their exacting orientation and mind-boggling construction has elicited many theories about their origins, including unsupported suggestions that they had extra-terrestrial impetus.

Great Sphinx of Giza – The Great Sphinx is among the world’s largest sculptures. The world’s largest sculptures, measuring some 240 feet (73 metres) long and 66 feet (20 metres) high. It was carved from the bedrock along the causeway that connected the Pyramid of Khafre to its Valley Temple.

Cairo Citadel – High above a bustling Cairo, looking out over the city of a thousand minarets, stands the Citadel, silent and proud. Offering an unrestricted panoramic view of Cairo.

Egyptian Museum – The museum displays an extensive collection spanning from the Predynastic Period to the Greco-Roman Era. On the ground floor, you can follow the history of Egypt from the Old Kingdom up through the Greco-Roman period by turning left at the entrance and looping around the museum.

Khan el Khalili – Located in the heart of Islamic Cairo. This agglomeration of shops – many arranged around small courtyards – stocks everything from soap powder to semiprecious stones, not to mention tacky toy camels and alabaster pyramids.

Abu Simbel

Abu Simbel Temples – This site, Abu Simbel Temples, south of Aswan along Lake Nasser’s shore is the most famous in all of Egypt after the Giza Pyramids. Buried in the sand for centuries, the temples were rediscovered at the beginning of the 19th century CE. The final room, the sanctum sanctorum, remains in darkness every day except two days a year. This was not done by chance, it was necessary a broad knowledge of science, mathematics, architecture, and astronomy to achieve this result.


Philae Temple – You can find many attractions, where you can highlight the beauty of the Nile, the colors of the Nubians, and the temples.

Nile Cruise

Nile Cruise – One of the world’s longest and most legendary rivers. Let your imagination soar as your ship meanders through panoramic desertscapes, fertile farmlands, colorful villages and UNESCO World Heritage Sites that preserve the ancient glory of Egypt’s greatest temples, palaces and tombs.


Luxor Temple – It was founded during the New Kingdom, around 1400 BC. In Egypt “the pharaonic land” you can find a great number of historical destinations that attract many tourists from all over the world. One of the most important cities in Egypt is Luxor.

Karnak Temple – The Karnak Temple Complex consists of a number of temples, chapels, and other buildings in the form of a village. The complex is dominated by the great Temple of Amun-Ra – one of the world’s largest religious complexes – with its famous hypostyle hall, a spectacular forest of giant papyrus-shaped columns.

Luxury Hot Air Balloon Riding – Enjoy an amazing sunrise hot air balloon over the city of Luxor. As You Ascend, Behold The Thrilling Bird’s-Eye Views As The Sunlight Illuminates The Temples And Mountains Below. Gaze down over Karnak, Queen Hatshepsut’s Temple And Other Monuments, And Absorb The Peaceful Dawn

Valley of the Kings – Once called the Great Necropolis of Millions of Years of Pharaoh, or the Place of Truth, the Valley of the Kings has 63 magnificent royal tombs. Their tombs, adorned with detailed art and reliefs, depict their accomplishments and religious customs.


Bedouin Village – Follow in the foot steps of Lawrence of Arabia and learn about Bedouin life as you enjoy the splendid sight of the Desert Mountains. You can visit a mini-zoo and a terrarium, taste traditional national cuisine for dinner. And after sunset, all visitors will have a dance show.