OS-848 TIA to VIE
Depart 15:05. Arrive 16:35
OS-865 VIE to CAI
Depart 22:15. Arrive 1:40a (+ day)
11:00 am: After breakfast at hotel, meet your Tour Guide and visit the Egyptian Museum, the Citadel, Khan el Khalili, then back to your hotel
08:30 am: Meet your Tour Guide and have your Adventure Day Trip in Cairo, visiting the Giza Pyramids, Sphinx, and the Step Pyramids of Saqqara, then back to your hotel.
09:00 Am Pick up From Cairo hotel & transfer to Cairo Airport to Travel to Luxor on NP -079- AT 11:40
12:50 pm: Arrive LUXOR International Airport meet & assist through our Expediter then transfer to direct to meet the other family at East Bank (Karnak and Luxor Temple) then transfer to Sonesta Nile Cruise for Check in
Dinner on board
05:00 Am Pick up From Cairo hotel & transfer to Cairo Airport to Travel to Luxor on NP -073- AT 7:30
8:40 am: Arrive LUXOR International Airport meet & assist through our Expediter then transfer to direct to meet the other family at East Bank (Karnak and Luxor Temple) then transfer to Sonesta Nile Cruise for Check in
Dinner on board
We’ll pick you up to Visit the West Bank (Valley of Kings & Queens, the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut at El-Deir
El- Bahari and the colossi Memnon) and Sail to Esna
Over Night Esna
Sail to Edfu and Visit Horus Temple in Edfu and Sail to Kom Ombo and Visit the temple shared by two gods Sobek & Haeroris in Kom Ombo
Over Night Kom Ombo
Sail to Aswan and Visit the High Dam, Philae Temple and Sail on the Nile by motor boat and visit botanical garden
07:00: Am: after disembarking the boat and checking out, transfer to Aswan airport for a flight to Cairo on NP 082 AT 0930 AM
10:50: Arrive Cairo & Transfer to Cairo Hotel or Over Night.
Optional Tour in Cairo can be added
13:00 pm Pick up from hotel to Cairo International Airport for final departure on OS 864 AT 15:45 Pm
OS864 CAI to VIE
Leaves 16:45. Arrives 19:20
OS849 VIE to TIA
Leaves 23:15 (terminal 3) Arrives: 00:45 (30 April 2023)
Giza Pyramids 240.00 EGP Per Ticket
Sphinx – Same entry with Pyramids
The Step Pyramids of Saqqara 200.00 EGP Per Ticket
The Egyptian Museum 230.00 EGP Per Ticket
The Citadel 200.00 EGP Per Ticket
Khan El Khalili Free Entry –
All Rates are per Ticket – Per Person, Paid Cash ONLY in EGP.
Children under 12 Yrs. old, enjoy 50 % Off on the mentioned Ticket Rate.-SAME policy for student .
The sun god, Ra, was one of the most important gods in ancient Egypt. He was believed to travel across the sky every day on a solar boat, bringing light and warmth to the world. At night, he would journey through the underworld, battling evil forces to ensure the sun would rise again the next day.
Anubis was the god of mummification and the afterlife. He had the body of a human and the head of a jackal. Ancient Egyptians believed that Anubis would guide the spirits of the dead to the underworld and weigh their hearts against a feather to determine if they were worthy of entering the afterlife.
Isis was a powerful goddess who represented motherhood, magic, and healing. She was believed to have wings and could fly. Isis was married to her brother Osiris, and when he was killed by their jealous brother Set, she used her magic to bring him back to life, making her a symbol of resurrection and eternal life.
Osiris was the god of the afterlife, agriculture, and fertility. He was often shown with green skin, symbolizing rebirth and growth. After being killed by his brother Set, Osiris became the ruler of the underworld, where he would judge the souls of the deceased.
Horus was the god of the sky, war, and kingship. He was depicted with the head of a falcon and was believed to have the sun and moon as his eyes. Horus was the son of Isis and Osiris, and he fought his evil uncle Set to avenge his father’s death and become the ruler of Egypt.
Hathor was the goddess of love, beauty, music, and motherhood. She was often shown as a cow or with cow-like features because cows were considered gentle and nurturing animals. Ancient Egyptians believed that Hathor would welcome the dead into the afterlife with music and dancing.