Cairo overnight private from Hurghada

From Hurghada to Cairo to Cairo to Hurghada

Visiting: Hurghada - Cairo, Cairo

Tour Operator: Samegypt tours

Physical rating: Medium, Suitable for all

Special diets catered: Meat, Halal, Vegetarians, Vegans, Buffet

Group size: 2 - 24

Age range: 18-70

Tour operated in: English ,French ,German

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Tour Overview

Cairo overnight private from Hurghada. Enjoy Cairo for two days from Hurghada. Explore the capital of Egypt, the mother capital of the Arabic world, the seat of government, the goal of all travellers and the centre of education and culture. It is the biggest city in Africa with a huge number of population and cars. Spending a night in Cairo will be very enjoyable at least more time to visit plenty of sites. You will enjoy the visit to the Museum with the treasure room of the king Tutankhamen, the citadel of Salah Al Din with the alabaster mosque of Mohamed Ali. The Pyramids and the Sphinx further to Sakkara Pyramid and Memphis the first capital for the civilised man. Accommodation will be in 5* or 4* hotel on B.B bases.


  • icon Tasty lunch as Buffet
  • icon Visit Sakkara step pyramid and the tombs
  • icon Cairo museum
  • iconVisit the Giza pyramids
  • icon The great Sphinx with the valley temple
  • iconVisit the Citadel of Saladin and the alabaster mosque of Mohamed Ali
  • icon Memphis city, the oldest capital in the world

Places You'll See

Cities & Attractions:
The Great pyramid
The great sphinx
Cairo museum
Step pyramid of Sakkara
Alabaster mosque of Mohamed Ali in Old Cairo


icon Day 1 : Hurghada - Cairo

Location: Hurghada - Cairo

Accommodation: Hotel, Between 4* and 5* hotels

Meals: Lunch

Hurghada / Cairo Sightseeing Early Morning transfer by Private deluxe vehicle to Cairo (450 km / 5.00 hours). One stop by road for rest then continue driving. In Cairo a full day guided tour visiting the Great Pyramid (the only remaining wonder of world 7th wonders) the three largest and best preserved of Egypt, the most well-known is the Cheops's Pyramid consists of 2.3 Million stone blocks, each weighing 2.5 to 15 tons, constructed as a tomb of the great pharaoh Cheops. The second largest pyramid was built for Cheops's son, King Chephren (also known as Khafra). In addition to the usual parts of a pyramid complex, pyramid is guarded by a huge Sphinx and attached with the valley temple, the Mighty Sphinx which represents the King Chefren with human head and lion body as a guardian for the entire sacred palace protecting king's tombs from thieves and enemies. The third largest pyramid was built for the pharaoh Mycerinus (also known as Menkaure). Lunch at local restaurant then visit the Egyptian Museum which is locates at downtown and houses over 120.000 antiquities of ancient Egyptian as well different prehistory eras, the most remarkable objects and the marvellous treasure of King Tutankhamun extracted from his intact tomb that locates at the valley of the Kings in Luxor which recovered by archaeologist Howard Carter with most beautiful golden Sarcophagus (110 kg) & solid gold mask displayed transfer to hotel, balance of day at leisure & overnight. (L)

icon Day 2 : Cairo

Location: Cairo

Accommodation: Check out

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Cairo Sightseeing Breakfast at hotel, 08.30 Proceed for a guided tour visiting Sakkara which is the best known for the Step Pyramid, the oldest known of Egypt's 97 pyramids. It was built for King Djoser of the 3rd Dynasty by the architect and genius Imhotep, who designed it and its surrounding complex to be as grand as it was unique and revolutionary. Continue visiting Old Cairo, where early Judaism and Christianity flourished in Egypt the remains of the Fortress of Babylon. First built by the Persians around the 6th century BC, these ruins are indeed Cairo’s oldest original structure. Within the confines you will find the Church of St. Sergius, where the Holy Family is reported to have stayed, and the Hanging Church, the seat of the Coptic patriarchate for centuries. Visit the Ben Ezra Synagogue. Inside this basilica-style temple, the so-called “Geniza Documents” were found, a treasure hailed as an unparalleled source of information about life of the Jews in Egypt’s past. Lunch at local restaurant then visiting the Citadel of Saladin (Built by Saladin in 1176 to protect Egypt from the enemies, overlooking the city it was easy to defend from any attacks) & visit Mohamed Ali Alabaster Mosque one of the most famous mosques in Egypt. It is distinguished by its beautiful architectural design, numerous domes, and tall minarets. The architects modelled it after the Blue Mosque in Istanbul. Visit at Khan El Khalili Bazaar As one wanders through the labyrinth of narrow streets you will find workshops and stalls selling all manner of things from woodwork, glassware and leather goods to perfumes, fabrics and Pharaonic curiosities. End tour and transfer back to Hurghada.

What's Included

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    Fully Guided

    Egyotolgist guide

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    Airport Transfers at Destination

    At Hurghada airport we provide free transfer for downtown hotels

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    Entrance Fees

    All entrance fees for the mentioned sites

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    1 bottle of Mineral Water per person per day

    During the visits

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    Meals – Breakfast Only

    Berakfasy in the hotel for next day

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    In 4* or 5* hotel with bed and breakfast

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    Local Taxes

    All taxes included

What's Not Included

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    All Domestic Transportation (including internal flights)

    No flights

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    Entary ticket of the great pyramids

    Going inside the any pyramid is extra

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    Mummy room in the museum is extra

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    Country Entry Visas

    Drinks during meals are extras

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Dates & Availability

Saturday Feb 27, 2021





Single Supplement

Saturday, Feb 27, 2021