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15 Day Morocco & Egypt Trips

15 Day Morocco & Egypt Trips


Trip Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive Casablanca

- Meet at Casablanca then transfer to your Casablanca  hotel.
- Overnight in Casablanca.

Day 2: Casablanca & Rabat

- Tour to visit the sighseeing in Casablanca and Rabat.
- Overnight in Rabat.

Day 3: Meknes & Fez Tours

- Full day of sightseeing in Meknes & Volubilis then transfer to Fez.
- Overnight in Fez.

Day 4: Fez City Tours

- Full day touring Fez sightseeings & Historic attractions.
- Overnight in your hotel in Fez.

Day 5: Travel to Marrakech

- Depart to Marrakech viewing the High Atlas Mountains landscapes.
- Arrive Marrakech and overnight in Marrakech hotel.

Day 6: Marrakech Full Experience

- Full day of sightseeing in Marrakech famous attractions.
- Overnight in Marrakech hotel.

Day 7: Back to Casablanca

- Morning at leisure time in hotel or optional activity.
- Afternoon transfer to Casablanca & overnight.

Day 8: Arrive Cairo

- Check out from after breakfast for your flight to Cairo.
- Meet at Cairo airport then transfer to your hotel in Cairo.
- Revise itinerary with our Rep, Check in & overnight.

Day 9: Cairo Tour

- Breakfast, trip to Giza Pyramids, Egyptian Museum & Old Cairo.
- Back to hotel and overnight in Cairo.

Day 10: Nile Cruise

- Morning transfer to Cairo airport to fly to Luxor.
- Meet at airport then transfer to board Nile Cruise before lunch.
- Afternoon trip to Karnak and Luxor temple in East Bank.
- Back to cruise, dinner and overnight onboard in Luxor.

Day 11: Nile Cruise

- Morning trip to Valley of kings, Hatshebsut temple & Memnon Colossi.
- Lunch, sail to Edfu with leisurely dinner and overnight on board.

Day 12: Nile Cruise

- Breakfast then morning trip to Edfu temple and return to cruise for lunch.
- Sail to Kom Ombo and stop there for short trip to Kom Ombo temple.
- Dinner and overnight onboard cruise sailing to Aswan.

Day 13: Nile Cruise

- Morning trip to High Dam, Philae Temple and the unfinished obelisk.
- Back to cruise for lunch, dinner and overnight onboard cruise.

Day 14: Back to Cairo

- Breakfast, disembark cruise and transfer to Aswan airport to fly to Cairo.
- Meet at Cairo airport then transfer to hotel for overnight stay in Cairo.

Day 15: Back Home

- Check out after breakfast in hotel.
- Transfer to Cairo airport to fly back home.

Trip includes

  • Meet & greet service in all airports
  • All airport transfers by private AC vehicle
  • All domestic flight tickets
  • 2 nights in Casablanca including breakfast
  • 2 nights in Fes including breakfast
  • 1 night in Rabat including breakfast
  • 2 nights in Marrakech including breakfast
  • 3 nights in Cairo including breakfast
  • 4 nights aboard Nile cruise on full board basis
  • All private guided tours as per itinerary
  • All cruise tours sharing group
  • Professional local guide in Morocco
  • Entry fees to the mentioned sites as per program
  • All service charges & taxes included
  • Mobile loan charged with 3min. local / 5 mins international

Itinerary Highlights

  • Volubilis

    Volubilis is the site of the largest and best-preserved Roman ruins in Morocco. Dating largely from the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD, excavations have revealed that the site was originally settled by Carthaginian traders even earlier. It was not until the latter part of the 19th century that the site was definitively identified as that of the ancient city of Volubilis.

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  • Tinghir

    Tinghir is an oasis about 30 Km long & about 4 kilometers wide. The climate is arid subtropical: hot, dry winters in relation to altitude (1,430 m). There are a few rainy days per year, with the greatest precipitation in fall & winter. The name originally referred Tinghir the mountain "IGHIR" which meant the shoulder Tamazight, but it has gradually expanded.

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  • Rabat

    Rabat is one of Morocco's outstanding tourist attractions. It was founded as an Arab army outpost in the 12th century and given the generic name for military encampment, Ribat, which is still in use today. It is Morocco's political administrative capital & the official residence of the King. All ministries and embassies are located in Rabat.

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  • Ouarzazate

    Ouarzazate is in the midst of the desert and is the point of departure for the oasis and the Deep South, that's why the city of Ouarzazate is one of the most fascinating Moroccan travel destinations. It is a small if neat little town used essentially as an outpost to the great Moroccan desert with its large craft of new hotels.

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  • Mausoleum of Mohammed V

    Mohammed V was the sultan of Morocco for 2 periods 1927 to 1953 & 1957 to 1961. The Mausoleum was completed in 1971, contains the tombs of the Moroccan King Mohammed V and his 2 sons, King Hassan II and Prince Abdallah.

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  • Midelt

    Midelt is a town in central Morocco, in the high plains between Middle Atlas and High Atlas mountain ranges. Situated on the main road between Fes & Meknes to the north & Errachidia to the south. Midelt functions as the market for an agricultural area extending from the Moulouya River to Jbel Ayachi, bounded on the east and west by dry plains.

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  • Merzouga

    Merzouga is the gateway to this spectacular oasis, it is a tiny village, but does have general stores, a mechanic and of course a couple of carpet shops where visitors can ride camels through the dunes and taste Berber food while spending peaceful nights in tents and gazing at the star-filled sky.

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  • Meknes

    Meknes is a city in northern Morocco, 130 kilometres (81 mi) from the capital Rabat and 60 kilometres (37 mi) from Fes. It’s also more laid-back and less hassle but still awash with the winding narrow medina streets and grand buildings befitting a one time capital of the sultanate.

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  • Marrakesh

    Morocco's top destinations for tourists. The best places to visit in Morocco include the imperial cities of Marrakech, Fes and Meknes. Morocco is also famous for its beaches and some the best seaside towns are represented by Essaouira, Tangier and Asilah. Natural wonders of Morocco include the Atlas Mountains the Sahara desert and the Dades Valley.

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  • Kasbah of Udayas

    Hundreds of people from outside of Morocco come to Kasbah des Oudaia because of its shoreline and its picturesque views. You will notice that there is quite a bit of repair work being done on the old buildings and houses near the beach. The Kasbah of the Udayas is a kasbah in Rabat, Morocco , which is situated near to the Atlantic coast.

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  • Fes

    Fes is Morocco's oldest Imperial city and its "old town" is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. Fes el Djedid is the new Fes, built by the Merenides in the 13th century. Fez has retained its status as the country's cultural and spiritual center. Its principal mosque is the holiest in the country and governs the timing of Ramadan and other Islamic festivals.

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  • Erfoud

    Erfoud is an oasis town in the Sahara Desert, in the Meknès-Tafilalet of the Maghreb region in eastern Morocco. While many Ksars (fortified villages) have existed for centuries, Erfoud was built new by the French around 1920's. Erfoud is a good place to stay and explore local destinations.

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  • Casablanca

    Casablanca may be the cosmopolitan, industrial and economic heart of Morocco, It is also the biggest city in the Maghreb region, but it is one of the less endearing of the country's sights. Casablanca hosts headquarters and main industrial facilities for the leading Moroccan and international companies based in Morocco.

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  • Ait Benhaddou

    Aït-Benhaddou is a city in Morocco, situated in Souss Massa Drâa on a hill along the Ounila River and is known for its kasbahs, although they take damage with each rainstorm. The town itself is the main attraction, with mud buildings climbing up the side of the hill. The Granary at the top of the hill is impressive and well worth the effort to get up there.

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  • Sakkara Necropolis

    Sakkara is one of the most extensive archaeological sites in Egypt! It was the cemetery for Memphis, the capital of Ancient Egypt. Yet it is still one of the virgin archaeological sites despite the fact that so much has already been found here! Best known for the Step Pyramid, the oldest known of Egypt's 97 pyramids.

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  • Nile River

    The Nile is a major north flowing river in northeastern Africa, generally regarded as the longest river in the world. In the ancient Egyptian language, the Nile is called "Great River". The Ancient Egyptians called the river Ar or Aur (black) because of the color of the sediment left after the river’s annual flood.

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  • Egyptian Museum

    Egypt is famous for its ancient civilization and some of the world’s most famous monuments. Cairo Museum in Tahrir Square is one of Egypt’s top attractions, known more commonly as the Egyptian Museum of antiquities, houses the largest collection of Ancient Egyptian artifacts in the world.

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  • Dendra Temple

    The temple complex of Dendera is one of the best preserved complexes in Egypt. Located about 2.5 km south-east of Dendera, Egypt.The area was used as the sixth Nome of Upper Egypt, south of Abydos. Ancient Egyptian Iunet or Tantere, known to the Greeks as Tentyris, was the capital of the 6th Nome of Upper Egypt and a town of some importance.

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  • Abydos Temple

    Abydos is one of the most ancient cities of Upper Egypt, also of the eight Upper Nome. Today, Abydos is notable for the memorial temple of Pharoah Seti I, the temple been built during the 19th Dynasty of Ancient Egypt. It contains an inscription known to the modern world as the Abydos King List.

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  • Valley of Kings

    The Valley of the Kings is the major tourist attraction in Luxor. It is a valley in Egypt where for a period of nearly 500 years from the 16th to 11th century BC. In modern times it has become famous for the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun and it is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world.

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  • Memnon Colossi

    One of the main attractions in Luxor West Bank on the road to the monument area, 2 gigantic statues known as the Colossi of Memnon belong to Pharaoh Amenhotep III. For 3,400 years they have sat in the Theban necropolis.

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  • Edfu Temple

    Edfu is an Egyptian city, located 60 Km to the north of Aswan, today it is an important center for sugar production and pottery. The most important monument in the city is the Temple of Horus, considered to be one of the most beautiful and preserved Temples in Egypt & the second largest after Karnak.

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  • Kom Ombo Temple

    Kom Ombo is located in Upper Egypt on the east bank of the Nile. The origins of Kom Ombo are mysterious, perhaps still buried for future generations to discover. The Temple of Kom Ombo is an unusual double temple built during the Ptolemaic dynasty in the Egyptian town of Kom Ombo.

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  • Luxor West Bank

    Luxor is one of the world’s greatest cities is nothing less than an understatement. The West Bank of Luxor in Egypt is even more of an archaeological paradise than the East Bank. It is much more than what we refer to as the Valley of the Kings, though many have called the whole of the area by that name.

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  • Luxor Temple

    Known in the New Kingdom period as Ipt-Rsyt, means the southern shrine. Amenhotep III built Luxor Temple. Many festivals were celebrated in Thebes (Waset in ancient Egyptian). The Temple of Luxor was the center of the most important one, the festival of Opet. It appears that the temple's purpose was for a suitable setting for the rituals of the festival.

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  • Luxor East Bank

    In ancient times it was known as Waset and later Thebes under the Greeks. Homer is said to have described Luxor as the ‘City of the Hundred Gates’. Travel to Luxor and you will know why it is one of Egypt's great tourist attractions. Luxor is one of the world’s greatest cities is nothing less than an understatement.

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  • Karnak Temple

    It is part of the monumental city of Thebes. Although badly ruined, no site in Egypt is more impressive than Karnak. It is the largest Temple in World ! It contains a group of Temples (Great Temple of Amon Ra, Temple of Khonso, The Ipt Temple, Temple of Ptah, Temple of Montho & the Temple of God Osiris).

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  • Hatshepsut Temple

    Deir el-Bahri Temple Complex It is an incredible expression of the absolute power of a pharaoh, whether woman or man. It includes one of the most beautiful temples in Egypt, perhaps in the world due to its design & decorations. In the 7th century AD, it was named after a Coptic monastery, known as the “Northern monastery”.

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  • Esna Lock

    Esna is a city in Egypt. It is located on the west bank of the River Nile, about 33 miles south of Luxor, The town was formerly part of the modern Qena Governorate. Esna Greek name was Latopolis and here fish (lates) where thought to embody the goddess Neith, who was sacred to the area.

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  • Luxor City

    Luxor is one of the most wonderful Egyptian cities. The city that witnessed the flourishing of the New Kingdom of ancient Egypt when it was called Thebes and it served as the capital of Egypt for hundreds of years. Many Egypt travel packages would include a visit to Luxor.

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  • Unfinished Obelisk

    The Unfinished Obelisk is one of the most popular sites in Aswan. Situated on the southern edge of the Northern quarry, provides insight into the stone working methods employed by ancient Egyptians. It is being promoted to attract more visitors to the Aswan offering unusual insights into ancient Egyptian stone working techniques

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  • High Dam

    To find a way to manage the water of the Nile so that Egyptians had just the right amount all the time so the solution of this problem was the dam. Tourists visiting Aswan come to marvel at the High Dam, which has become somewhat of a local attraction in its own right.

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  • Philae Temple

    One of the main sites visited by almost every tour to Egypt, Philae is actually a nonexistent island now buried beneath Lake Nasser and the previous site of an Ancient Egyptian temple complex in southern Egypt. It is believed to be the former center of worship to the goddess Isis during the Ptolemaic period of Ancient Egypt.

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  • Aswan City

    Aswan is a city of special magic of its own. Located at the southernmost point of the Nile Valley, Aswan has served as the southern gateway of Egypt for many years.

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  • Abu Simbel Temples

    Abu Simbel, site of two temples built by the Egyptian king Ramses II, now located in Aswān, southern Egypt. It is generally considered the grandest and most beautiful of the temples commissioned during the reign of Rameses II, one of the most beautiful in Egypt and among the most interesting Pharaonic Temples.

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  • Memphis, Giza

    The ancient capital of Egypt, founded 2925 BC south the river Nile delta by king Menes the unifier of ancient Egypt and the founder of the first dynasty. It is part of Saqqara necropolis with remains of God Ptah temple and 2 huge statues of Ramses II still found at the site. The Memphis archaeological area was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1979.

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  • Khan El Khalili

    Khan El-Khalili open air bazaar is 14th century old Arab souk. Built in 1382 by the Emir Djaharks el Khalili in the heart of the Fatimid Islamic Cairo. Filled with exotic unique items from jewelry, spices, souvenirs and perfumes to t-shirts and galabiyyas. The bazaar still operates and allows you to experience an exciting world where treasures can still be found.

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  • Old Cairo

    Misr Al Qadimah or Old Cairo, goes back in history to the 6th century and The name was given to the the ancient southern part of the city the site of those capitals before modern Cairo. known also as Cairo religious comunity as it conatins some of the ancient Islamic mosques, Coptic churches beside the historical Jewish synagouge of Ben Ezra.

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  • Alabaster Mosque

    Situated inside the open court of Cairo Saladin Citadel, designed by the Turkish architect Yousf Boushnaq in 1830 A.D as replica of Sultan Ahmed Mosque in Istanbul. Limestone was the main material for construction but alabaster been used largely in the the lower parts up to 11 meters height.

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  • Giza Pyramids

    Dating back to 2589 BC, Giza Pyramids are the Only remaining ancient world wonders with its 3 pyramids built for kings Cheops, Chephren & Micerinus. Cheops pyramid is the oldest and largest, Chefren built The sphinx, Chephren and Micerinus pyramids are smaller and simpler. The Great Pyramid needed 30 years, about 100 000 workers & 6 millions stone block to be erected.

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  • Cairo Egypt

    Cairo, the capital of Egypt, is the largest city in the country and an important political, cultural, and commercial hub in the Middle East and the Arab World. Cairo has a population of more than 10 million people.

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Quick Travel Tips

  • Morocco is very safe & well secured country especially in tourist areas
  • Valid Passport with 6 month beyond your travel schedule is required
  • Morocco entry visa costs 27 Usd and it is required to enter the country
  • Most Europe & United States citizens don't need to apply for visa
  • Other countries can apply for tourist visa via Morocco Consulates
  • From Morocco you easily travel to all Middle East & North Africa
  • Morocco has many direct flights with European Union & United States
  • It is permitted to bring 2 liters of Alcohol & 200 cigarettes with you
  • Duty free shop are available in major airports & tourist cities
  • You do not have to learn a single Arabic word to visit Morocco
  • French & English languages are widely used in Morocco tourist areas
  • Most monuments & Museums in Morocco open between 9 Am to 6 Pm
  • Shops and stores in Morocco are opened from 10 Am to 10 Pm
  • Non Muslims can visit religious sites with modest dress recommended
  • Taking pictures for people & streets is OK after people permission
  • Taking pictures for official or army buildings is not permitted
  • Morocco has large hotel variety between world class & local hotel
  • Midday is the usual Check in time in hotels & check out by 2 pm
  • There in no health concerns or vaccinations required to enter Morocco
  • The Dirham is Morocco official currency & equals to 0.11 of USD
  • Exchanging most currencies is available in banks & exchange offices
  • Credit cards are largely used in all Morocco cities & tourist spots
  • Taxi is the best way to travel in Morocco & starts with 25 Dirhams
  • Tipping is an welcomed habitual attitude but is Not obligatory

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