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14 Days Egypt Jordan Jerusalem Tours



Trip itinerary

Day 1: Cairo, Egypt

- Arrive Cairo then transfer to Cairo hotel for overnight
- Finalize all holiday procedures with our Rep upon arrival

Day 2: Giza Pyramids

- Today, visit Giza necropolis to Giza Pyramids, Memphis and Sakkara
- Evening return to your hotel in Cairo and overnight

Day 3: Cairo the Victorious

- Enjoy a trip to the Egyptian Museum and the Old Cairo attractions
- Evening transfer to train station to get the sleeper train to Aswan
- Dinner, breakfast and overnight on board the sleeper train

Day 4: Aswan, Egypt

- Arrive Aswan then transfer to Aswan hotel and overnight
- Optional Aswan Tours are also available upon request

Day 5: Nile Cruising

- Check out then transfer to board the Nile Cruise before lunch
- City tour in to Philae Temple, High Dam & Unfinished Obelisk
- Dinner onboard cruise and overnight sailing to Kom Ombo

Day 6: Nile Cruising

- Arrive Kom Ombo to visit the temple of Sobek in Kom Ombo
- Back for lunch then continue sailing to Edfu to visit Edfu temple
- Dinner and overnight on board cruise sailing to Luxor

Day 7: Nile Cruising

- Morning Trip to Valley of Kings, Hatshebsut temple & Memnon Colossi
- Back to cruise for lunch, dinner and overnight on board cruise

Day 8: Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

- Disembark then pay a visit to Karnak temple and Luxor temple
- Evening transfer to Luxor airport and fly to Sharm El Sheikh
- Arrive Sharm then transfer to Sharm hotel and overnight

Day 9: Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

- Free day at the sunny beaches of Red, water sports & Overnight
- Optional excursions in Sharm are available upon request

Day 10: Wadi Rum, Jordan

- Check out, travel via Taba border then Aqaba and stop in Wadi Rum
- Explore Wadi Rum with 4X4 ride visiting Wadi Rum protectorate
- Proceed towards north to the lost city of Petra for overnight stay

Day 11: Petra, Jordan

- Breakfast then tour to visit the Petra, Siq Canyon and Qasr Al Bent
- Drive 2.5 hours to Amman, check in and overnight in Amman

Day 12: Amman, Jordan

- Breakfast then a sightseeing trip to Amman and Jerash attractions
- Back to Amman hotel and overnight stay

Day 13: Jerusalem and Dead Sea

- Breakfast and travel to visit Allenby Bridge, Jerusalem & Dead Sea
- Transfer to the Dead Sea and overnight

Day 14: End the Tour

- Breakfast in Dead Sea hotel then check out
- Transfer to Amman airport and fly back home

Trip includes

  • Meet and assist in all mentioned meeting points
  • Our assistance during your vacation
  • All transportation by private AC vehicles
  • 2 nights in Cairo hotel with breakfast
  • 2 nights in Aswan hotel with breakfast
  • 3 nights aboard Nile Cruise on Full Board basis
  • 2 nights in Sharm hotel with breakfast
  • 1 night in Petra hotel with breakfast
  • 2 nights in Amman hotel with breakfast
  • 1 night in the Dead Sea hotel with breakfast
  • All private guided tours in Egypt
  • Jordan & Jerusalem as per itinerary
  • All cruise tours sharing group
  • Admission fees to all sights as per itinerary
  • Internal flight tickets
  • Israeli departure taxes in Sheikh Hussein Border
  • All service charges & taxes

Itinerary highlights

  • Ras Mohammed Park

    Lot of people believe that Ras Mohamed does not belong to this world with its extraordinary environment and its unique location. The air here is cleaner and even smells different than any other place of Egypt. Declared in 1983 and subjected to a comprehensive development program initiated in 1989.

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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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  • Taba City

    Located near the Egyptian Israeli borders, Taba has always had a special unique character. Located near the borders of Israel, Jordan, & Saudi Arabia, Taba was the last city to return to Egyptian authorities 1989, after Israeli occupation of Sinai.

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  • Saint Catherine

    Saint Catherine is the capital city of Saint Catherine at the foot of Moses Mountain in the Sinai Peninsula. Its relative proximity to Sinai resorts has resulted in a growing number of visitors to this National Park. The area unique natural & cultural values was a primary goal in the declaration of the St. Catherine National Park.

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  • Sinai National Parks

    The South Sinai is one of the most spectacularly beautiful landscapes on the planet, some of which has in recent years been set aside as national parks. No visit to Sinai is complete without uncovering (Ras Mohamed, Colored Canyon, St. Catherine, Abu Galum & Nabq).

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  • Sharm El Sheikh

    Sharm El Sheikh is one of the most popular resorts in Egypt and lately all over the world. The city is the largest in Sinai and surely an important touristic destination that welcomes many tourists who visit Egypt.

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  • Dahab City

    Dahab is the most wonderful cities located in the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt. Situated over the shores of the Aqaba Gulf, Dahab is famous for its wonderful beaches and magnificent spots for diving and snorkeling.

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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

    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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  • Western Wall

    The Western Wall, Wailing Wall or Kotel is located in the Old City of Jerusalem at the foot of the western side of the Temple Mount. The wall was built by around 516 BC and renovated later by Herod the Great around 20 BC. Prayers are held here since 132 CE and are one of the most sacred places for the Jews.

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  • Via Dolorosa

    The Via Dolorosa (Way of Suffering) is a historical street divided into two parts located in Jerusalem. The Via Dolorosa in the Old City of Jerusalem is the road Jesus walked from the place of Pontius Pilate’s sentencing to Golgotha. It is also the street where Jesus Christ passed through at the time of His crucifixion.

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  • Arava Valley

    The Arava Valley is dry desert, characterized by yellow & red mountains. It covers the desert areas of southern Israel to the north of Eilat and can be explored from the Arava Highway. The Arava Valley was once a regular site for Lappet-faced Vulture but this is now an extremely rare bird in Israel and future records seem unlikely.

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  • Jerusalem

    Jerusalem is a holy city to three religions; Jerusalem is one of the oldest cities in the world. The City of Gold, as it has come to be known in Hebrew, is a fascinatingly unique place where the first century rubs shoulders with the twenty-first century, each jostling for legitimacy and space, and where picturesque "old" neighborhoods nestle against glistening office towers and high-rise apartments.

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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

    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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  • Wadi Rum

    Wadi Rum also known also as The Valley of the Moon, it is a very spectacular desert resort that is situated in south of Jordan, about 70 km to the north of Aqaba. It is the largest wadi in Jordan & among the main tourist attractions being the most stunning landscape in World.

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  • Petra

    Petra rock carved city is an Arabian historical & archaeological city in Jordan. Located between the Red Sea and the Dead Sea. It is a vast, unique city, carved into the sheer rock face by the Nabataeans, an industrious Arab people who settled here 2000 years ago.

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  • Mount Nebo

    Mount Nebo is a high mountain located 10km/6 mi NW of Madaba in Jordan. This Monastery is located on a hill overlooking the Holy Land and is believed to be the burial place of Moses. The view from the summit provides a panorama of the Holy Land and, to the north, a more limited one of the valley of the River Jordan.

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  • Madaba

    Madaba, is the capital city of Madaba Governorate in central Jordan. It is best known for its Byzantine and Umayyad mosaics, especially a large Byzantine-era mosaic map of The Holy Land. Madaba has a very long history stretching from the Neolithic period, the town was once a Moabite border city.

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  • Jerash

    Jerash is known for the ruins of the Greco-Roman city of Gerasa, also referred to as Antioch on the Golden River.It is Located some 48 km (30 miles) north of the capital Amman. The impressive, beautifully preserved ruins of Jerash include places of worship from the Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine and early Muslim periods.

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  • Dead Sea

    The Dead Sea, "Sea of Salt"or the "Sea of the Arabah," this inland body of water is appropriately named because its high mineral content allows nothing to live in its waters. It is called the Dead Sea because its salinity prevents the existence of any life forms in the lake.

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  • Aqaba

    The Aqaba Gulf is actually like the right northern arm of the Red Sea. This relatively small gulf hosts the cities of four countries and their most important ports; Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Israel. It is only way to the Red Sea for Jordan & Israel.

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  • Amman

    Amman‎ is the capital and largest city of Jordan and one of the oldest inhabited places in the world. It is the country's political, cultural and commercial center and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. It is a major tourist destination in the region especially popular among Gulf tourists.

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  • Memphis Egypt

    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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  • Children under 2 years old are free of charge in similar tour packages.
  • Children between 5 and 5.99 years would pay 25 % of adult package price.
  • Children between 6 and 11.99 years would pay 50 % of adult package price.
  • Children will be charged in case your tour package includes any airfare.
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Before You Book

  • Egypt is always safe country to visit with notable low crime rates
  • Tourist attractions are well secured and far from any unrest points
  • There is no negative attitude towards foreigners been ever reported
  • No special concern for women traveling alone to Egypt touristy sites
  • Modest dress is recommended in less tourist sites for men & women
  • Valid Passport with 6 month beyond your travel schedule is a must
  • Egypt entry visa costs 25 Usd & available in any of Egypt Embassies
  • Few nationalities can obtain Egypt entry visa upon their arrival
  • Obtaining Sinai Visa only would not permit you to get out of Sinai
  • Egypt has many direct flights with European Union & United States
  • Duty free shops are available in Egypt airports & major tourist cities
  • Egyptians speak & understand English as they study it in school
  • Most monuments & Museums in Egypt open between 8 Am to 5 Pm
  • Shops and stores in Egypt are usually opened from 10 Am to 10 Pm
  • Non Muslims can easily visit all religious historical sites in Egypt
  • Taking pictures for people & streets is fine after people permission
  • Taking pictures for official type or army structures is not permitted
  • Egypt has big hotel variety; Check in by midday & check out 2 pm
  • There in no health concerns or vaccinations required to visit Egypt
  • The Pound is the official currency & money exchange is widely available
  • Credit cards are largely used in Egypt major cities & tourist spots
  • Stay away from the public buses in big cities like Cairo & Alexandria
  • Taxi and limousine service are fine every where but price is negotiable
  • Trains are going to all big cities in Egypt except Sinai & Red Sea
  • Tipping is an appreciated habitual attitude but is Not obligatory

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