Egypt Itinerary 10 Days


Ready for an adventure where pointy giants peek over the golden desert, whispering secrets of long-lost kings? Where a sparkling river older than time winds through history-soaked sands, reflecting the stories of a thousand years? Buckle up, friend, because we’re sailing ten magical days through Egypt!

Picture this: you’ll stand face-to-face with colossal pharaoh statues in Giza, marvel at the falcon-winged Temple of Horus, and even peek into the golden tomb of King Tut in Luxor. You’ll sail the Nile like ancient explorers, watching the sun paint the ancient temples and vibrant villages along the banks. And in bustling Cairo, you’ll lose yourself in the spice-filled markets, haggle for treasures in Khan el-Khalili, and maybe even catch a dazzling belly dancing performance under the stars.

This isn’t just a vacation, it’s a time machine to the cradle of civilization! You’ll touch the ghosts of pharaohs, feel the rhythm of life along the Nile, and soak up the magic of modern Egypt buzzing around you. Ten days later, you’ll leave with sand in your shoes, stories in your heart, and a piece of Egypt’s wonder forever woven into your soul. So, are you ready? Let’s go!


  • Pyramids & Sphinx: Face Eternity in Giza
  • Luxor Temples: Pharaohs’ Nile Dreams Await
  • Valley of Kings: Tut’s Tomb & Golden Treasures
  • West Bank Wonders: Colossi & Sunset Nile Cruise
  • Edfu & Kom Ombo: Temple Gods Dance on Walls
  • Aswan: Philae Temple & Nubian Rhythms
  • Abu Simbel: Awaken to Timeless Giants
  • Cairo Calling: Souks, Tahrir & Nile Delights
  • Cairo’s Treasures: Citadel, Mosques & Palaces
  • Farewell Pharaohs: Land of Myths & Memories


Cairo’s like a city that never sleeps! Settle into your comfy hotel, maybe one with a balcony overlooking the Nile River, and feel the buzz of the city. Head to Tahrir Square, a giant plaza where people gather and history unfolds. Then, dive into Khan el-Khalili Market, a maze of colorful shops selling spices, scarves, and souvenirs. Haggling is part of the fun here, so practice your best smile and friendly banter! As the sun sets, choose your adventure: watch a light and sound show paint the Pyramids with dancing colors, or glide on a Nile dinner cruise, savoring delicious food under a sky full of stars.

Get ready to be speechless! Today, you’ll stand face-to-face with the Pyramids of Giza, those giant pointy things that have been around for thousands of years. Feel the weight of history as you walk around these silent giants, and if you’re brave, you can even peek inside one! Don’t forget to gaze at the Sphinx, a lion-headed statue with secrets in its eyes.

Imagine floating down the Nile River like an ancient explorer! That’s what you’ll do today as you board your comfy cruise ship and sail towards Luxor, a city filled with temples and pharaohs’ tombs. Stand in awe before Luxor Temple, a giant golden building that looks even more magical when the sun sets. In the Mummification Museum, you’ll learn how the ancient Egyptians preserved bodies for the afterlife, and then you can get lost in the bustling Luxor Market, where you can find everything from spices to souvenirs.

Cross the Nile River and explore the West Bank, where pharaohs built their fancy tombs. Imagine Tutankhamun’s riches as you descend into his tomb, then climb the majestic Hatshepsut Temple, carved into the cliffs. Take a moment to soak in the views of the Nile Valley and relax on your sundeck, watching the river flow and the sun paint the sky.

Sail further down the Nile, watching the scenery change as you go. Visit the Temple of Horus at Edfu, dedicated to a falcon-headed god, and marvel at the hieroglyphs on its walls telling stories of ancient battles and sky journeys. In Kom Ombo, a unique temple with two parts, imagine priests performing rituals for both a crocodile god and a falcon god! As night falls, enjoy traditional music and belly dancing on your cruise ship, letting the magic of Egypt wash over you.

Wake up to the sun shining on Aswan, where the Nile River stretches out like a ribbon towards the desert. Take a traditional felucca boat ride past islands and ancient quarries, and listen to the wind whisper tales of pharaohs and Nubian traders. Stand in awe before the Philae Temple, an island temple dedicated to a goddess, and then get lost in the Souq market, where you can bargain for spices, jewelry, and all sorts of treasures. Feel the power of the Aswan High Dam, a giant modern marvel, and then watch the fiery desert sunset paint the sky. As night falls, enjoy a delicious feast under the stars, listening to the rhythm of Nubian drums.

Get ready for an early start today! You’ll take a day trip to Abu Simbel, where giant statues of a pharaoh named Ramses II rise out of the desert like magic. As the sun peeks over the horizon, these awesome faces come alive, and you can explore the temple carved into the cliff behind them. See pictures of battles and celebrations on the walls, and imagine what life was like for this powerful pharaoh so long ago.

Fly back to Cairo and get ready for another day of adventures! You can choose to explore the city with a guide, wandering through Khan el-Khalili Market again (remember to haggle!), visiting the Egyptian Museum to see Tutankhamun’s golden mask, or even checking out the Coptic Christian churches in Old Cairo. In the evening, you might choose to take another dinner cruise on the Nile, or maybe try some belly dancing! Whatever you choose, make the most of your last day in this vibrant city.

On your last full day trip , dive deeper into Cairo’s history. Visit the Citadel, a giant fort perched on a hill with amazing views, and wander through the Muhammad Ali Mosque, all shiny and decorated. You can also explore the Coptic Cairo neighborhood with its hanging church, or visit the Al-Azhar Mosque, one of the oldest universities in the world! Before you say goodbye, enjoy a farewell dinner with your fellow travelers, sharing stories and laughs about your amazing Egyptian adventure.

It’s time to say goodbye to Egypt! Board your flight home, carrying with you the memories of ancient pyramids, sparkling rivers, and bustling markets. This wasn’t just a vacation; it was a journey through time, a chance to touch the stories of pharaohs and feel the magic of a land with secrets in its sands. Keep the spirit of Egypt alive in your heart, and let it inspire you to explore the wonders of the world wherever you go!


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The best time to visit Egypt is during the winter months, from October to April, when the weather is generally milder and more comfortable for exploring the country’s attractions. This period avoids the extreme heat of the summer months, making it ideal for visits to iconic sites such as the pyramids, temples, and tombs. However, specific preferences, travel plans, and the type of experience you seek may influence the optimal time for your visit.

Yes, English is widely spoken in Egypt, especially in urban areas, tourist destinations, and among those involved in the tourism industry. Many Egyptians working in hotels, restaurants, and shops are proficient in English, making it relatively easy for English-speaking visitors to communicate. In more remote or rural areas, English proficiency may vary, but overall, communication in English should not be a significant challenge for travelers in Egypt

Egypt is best known for its ancient civilization and iconic landmarks. The country is renowned for the majestic Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, and the ancient temples and tombs along the Nile River. Egypt’s rich history encompasses the pharaohs, hieroglyphs, and the fascinating archaeological sites like Luxor and Karnak. The Nile River, the longest in Africa, is another prominent feature. Additionally, Egypt is celebrated for its vibrant culture, traditional cuisine, and the bustling markets of cities like Cairo. The Red Sea resorts, with their stunning coral reefs, also attract visitors for diving and relaxation.

For a good time exploring Cairo and visiting the Great Pyramids of Giza, plan to stay for at least five days. If you have 7 days in Egypt, you can check out the pyramids, see Cairo, and maybe take a short trip to Luxor or Alexandria. If you stay longer than a week, you could do all of that and even go down to the southern border to see the impressive Abu Simbel temples. If you’re just going to Giza’s pyramids, you could technically do it in two or three days, but it’s a rush, and we suggest taking more time for a better experience.