Thursday, Nov. 08th: Day 01: Arrival to CAIRO / EGYPT Mena House Hotel

Arrive to Cairo International Airport where you will be met by your tour Manager who’ll assist you with your entry visa and formalities through customs and immigration. Transfer to Mena House hotel
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Friday, Nov. 09th: Day 02: Giza / Sakkara / Abusir / Abu Gorab / Mena House Hotel
After breakfast. we will be visiting Sakkara to view the most of dozens of Old Kingdom pyramids rise on the west bank near ancient Memphis. About, 2630 B.C. Imhotep, architect to King Djoser (Dynasty III), masterminded the Step Pyramid at Sakkara. The world’s oldest freestanding stone structure, this pyramid consists of six tiers atop a mastaba, or low, oblong tomb, faced with cut stone.

Lunch will be served in local restaurant. Followed by visit Abusir “the House or Temple of Osiris”, Abusir is located several kilometers north of Saqqara and, like it, served as one of the main elite cemeteries for the ancient Egyptian capital city of Memphis.

Last stop is visit to Abu Gohrab; is the best known for its archeological sites which comprise the sun temple of pharaoh Nyuserre Ini, the largest and best preserved such temple, as well as the sun temple of Userkaf, both built in the 25th century BCE during the Old Kingdom Period. In addition, Abu Gorab is also the site of a First Dynasty cemetery.
(Breakfast, Lunch, /)

Saturday, Nov.10th: Day 03: Cairo / Luxor / Luxor Temple / Dahabiya Hadeel

Following breakfast, you’ll be driving to Cairo airport to fly to Luxor. Upon arrival we will check-in on our private Dahabiya.

In the evening and under the stars we visit the Temple of Luxor, R.A Schwaller de Lubcz developed his ‘symbolist’ interpretation of ancient Egypt, and called it the “Temple of Man” .
(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Sunday, Nov. 11th: Day 04: Abydos / Dendarah / Dahabiya Hadeel
This morning, we’ll drive through the country side of Upper Egypt to visit Abydos the temple of the Osiris and “Flower of Life”. Abydos is the pilgrimage place for Egypt’s visitors and no trip is complete without visiting Abydos… Then we visit Dendarah “Hathour temple “dedicated to the Goddess of Love, joy and music.
(Breakfast, Lunch box, Dinner)

Monday, Nov. 12th: Day 05: West Bank / Valley of Kings / Dahabiya Hadeel
This morning and after breakfast we drive to spend a unique time to explore the West Bank of ancient Thebes. Visit the Valley of the Kings, with it’s Royal Tombs, included Tutmoses lll , a visit to the Valley of Queens. We also visit the Hatshepsut temple, on your way back you stop at the Colossi of Memnon .
(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Tuesday, Nov. 13th: Day 06: Luxor / Karnak Temple / Esna / Dahabiy Hadeel
Early morning we are going visit to the vast and overwhelming Temple of Karnak, which will include a meditation at Sekhmet Chapel. Sail to Esna & overnight.
(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Wednesday, Nov. 14th: Day 07: Esna / El Kab / Edfu / Dahabiya Hadeel
Early sail to ruins of El Kab, one of Egypt’s oldest cities using donkey ride, continue sail to Edfu and in the afternoon we visit Edfu temple as known as “Horus temple “the Falcon God, the best-preserved temple of the ancient world & Overnight. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Thursday, Nov. 15th: Day 08: Edfu / Kom Ombo / Aswan / Dahabiya Hadeel
Early morning we sail on the Nile to visit Kom Ombo the Healing temple of Kom Ombo a glorious picturesque ruin along the banks of the Nile. Sail to Aswan & overnigh
(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Friday, Nov. 16th: Day 09: Aswan / Philae Temple / Dahabiya Hadeel
Today “Privately and Exclusively” we take a short coach ride to the lakeshore and transfer to motorboat for the island of Philae temple consecrated to Isis, Egypt’s divine mother.  We will see the very small village of Abu-Simbel lies 280 km south of Aswan, and only 40 km north of the Sudanese border.  Perched atop a hill overlooking the Nile, the majestic Abu-Simbel Temples are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Saturday, Nov. 17th: Day 10: Aswan /  Cairo / Mena House hotel
Transfer to Aswan airport for flight to Cairo. Upon arrival Later this afternoon you’ll be transferred to Mena House hotel & overnight.
(Breakfast, / /)

Sunday, Nov. 18th : Day 11: Cairo / Egyptian museum / Old Cairo / Bazaar / Mena House Hotel
After breakfast you’ll visit the Grand Egyptian Museum which holds in trust for Egypt and the World a chronological statement for the ancient history of Egypt over the past 7000 years. Neighboring a timeless wonder, the Giza Pyramids, the new museum is to pay homage to eternal Ancient Egyptian monuments, treasures, and history hosting over 100,000 artifacts, about 3500 of which belong to the famous King Tutankhamen.

Following Lunch, you’ll be visiting the Old Cairo included St.Sergi church where the Holy family was hidden while they were in Egypt. We also visit the oldest Synagogue in Cairo, and then visit the Khan El Khalili Bazaar – the oldest market in Egypt
(Breakfast, Lunch, /)

Monday, Nov. 19th: Day 12: King’s chamber / Farewell dinner / Mena House
We start our day by paying our respect to the Sphinx and opening meditation, and then we continue visiting the Giza Pyramids plateau and get to know more about the mystery of these Pyramids. We’ve a private visit inside the Great Pyramid for our Initiation.

Afternoon free, and tonight we’ll enjoy our farewell dinner party in the presence of our spiritual tour leaders
(Breakfast, /, Dinner)

Tuesday, Nov. 20th: Day 13: Final departure:
Breakfast, followed by transfer to Cairo International airport for your final departure back home.  (Breakfast)