Egypt Itinerary 14 Days


Imagine standing face-to-face with the giant Pyramids of Giza, those ancient giants that have watched empires rise and fall. Picture yourself cruising down the Nile, temples glittering in the golden sun, and then diving into the secret tombs of pharaohs, their buried treasures gleaming in the lamplight. That’s just a taste of what awaits you on this incredible 14-day adventure through Egypt!

We’ll explore bustling Cairo, with its friendly bartering in the bazaar and hidden Coptic treasures. In Alexandria, we’ll walk in the footsteps of Cleopatra and philosophers, whispering with the echoes of Roman amphitheaters and gazing at the iconic Bibliotheca. Then, we’ll escape to the hidden paradise of Siwa Oasis, where lush gardens burst from golden sands and Bedouin stories dance under starlit skies. Picture yourself bathing in Cleopatra’s legendary bath, riding camels across the desert, and sharing a sunset dinner with welcoming nomads.

This isn’t just a tour, it’s a journey that will leave you breathless and your heart forever marked by the magic of Egypt. So, pack your sense of wonder, get ready to be amazed, and join us on this unforgettable odyssey through the land of pharaohs, pyramids, and endless desert mysteries.


  • Pyramids’ Grandeur: Gaze at Giza’s Timeless Giants
  • King Tut’s Splendor: Unravel Treasures and Masks
  • Valley of Secrets: Descend into Pharaohs’ Tombs
  • Alexandria’s Whispers: Explore Ancient Echoes & Gardens
  • Desert Embrace: Discover Siwa’s Oasis Magic
  • Nile’s Embrace: Cruise Temples & Sunsets
  • Catacombs & Citadels: Unveil Alexandria’s History
  • Siwa’s Mystical Journey: Baths, Stars, and Dune Safaris
  • Dakrour’s Ancient Whispers: Explore Lost Civilizations
  • Siwa’s Tapestry: Weave Culture & Bedouin Delights
  • Final Cairo Treasures: Bazaar Bartering & Coptic Gems
  • Pyramid Farewell: A Heart Full of Desert Magic


Touch down in Cairo, Egypt’s vibrant heart, and let the captivating energy pulse through you. Settle into your comfortable hotel, with the legendary Pyramids of Giza as your mesmerizing neighbors. In the evening, savor a delicious welcome dinner beneath the watchful gaze of ancient sphinxes.

Awaken to the desert winds whispering secrets of millennia as you stand face-to-face with the colossal Pyramids of Giza, monuments that predate written history. Delve into the treasure trove of the Egyptian Museum, where King Tut’s golden mask glistens and mummies gaze enigmatically from their sarcophagi. Later, wander through the labyrinthine halls, tracing the evolution of ancient civilizations through captivating artifacts.

Board your luxurious Nile cruise ship and set sail on a journey down the Nile, Egypt’s lifeblood. Arrive in Luxor, where the ancient city of Thebes sprawls along the golden ribbon of the river. Marvel at the awe-inspiring Karnak Temple Complex, a sprawling labyrinth of towering pylons and intricate carvings, each stone whispering tales of forgotten gods. As the sun dips below the horizon, stand before the majestic Luxor Temple, bathed in the golden glow of the setting sun.


Cross the Nile to the West Bank, where the Valley of the Kings holds the slumbering pharaohs in tombs adorned with vibrant murals and hieroglyphs. Descend into Tutankhamun’s tomb, a treasure trove of gold and precious artifacts, and feel the echoes of history resonate in the cool darkness. Climb to the majestic Hatshepsut Temple, carved into the cliffs in a stunning display of architectural prowess. Later, relax on the sundeck of your cruise, savoring the changing panorama and the gentle rhythm of the river.


Continue your 14 days cultural Tour of Egypt south, witnessing the changing rhythms of life along the Nile’s banks. Visit the Temple of Horus at Edfu, a falcon-winged wonder dedicated to the powerful sky god. In Kom Ombo, a unique temple with a double dedication, stand in awe before the imposing crocodile mummy, a symbol of Sobek’s power and protection. As the stars begin to paint the night sky, enjoy traditional Nubian music and belly dancing on board, letting the magic of Egypt seep into your soul.


Welcome to Aswan, where the mighty Nile stretches into the vastness of the desert. Take a traditional felucca boat ride, the wind whipping through your hair as you glide past picturesque granite islands and ancient quarries. At the Philae Temple, dedicated to the goddess Isis, imagine the whispers of prayers echoing through its colonnades. In the vibrant Souq of Aswan, let your senses be overwhelmed by the cacophony of haggling vendors and colorful stalls overflowing with spices and handcrafted treasures.


Return to Cairo and soar to Alexandria, a coastal gem boasting Greco-Roman history. Tour the Catacombs, Roman Amphitheater, and National Museum, unraveling the city’s rich tapestry. Later, stand beneath the iconic Bibliotheca Alexandrina, a beacon of knowledge, and marvel at the Citadel of Qaitbay, overlooking the sparkling Mediterranean Sea.


Travel overland to Siwa Oasis, a hidden paradise nestled in the Western Desert. Explore Siwan House, the Oracle Temple, and Cleopatra’s Bath, sites whispering stories of ancient rituals and legendary baths. Relax in the Fatnas Island hot springs, and enjoy a starlit Bedouin dinner under a canopy of stars.


Embark on a thrilling desert safari, traversing golden dunes and searching for desert foxes. In the evenings, gather around crackling campfires, listening to traditional music and sharing stories beneath the Milky Way. Explore the ruins of the ancient Dakrour village, whispering tales of long-lost civilizations.


Dive into the mystical depths of Siwa Oasis with a visit to the Shali Fortress, offering panoramic views and echoing with ancient legends. Later, lose yourself in the lush greenery of the Siwa Oasis gardens, and witness the magical sunset paint the desert sky in vibrant hues


Immerse yourself in the vibrant tapestry of Siwan culture today. Visit the charming village of Siwa, its mudbrick houses adorned with intricate carvings, and witness the traditional craft of rug weaving. Later, explore the Siwa Museum, delving into the rich history and traditions of this unique oasis. In the afternoon, trade tales with local Bedouin families, sipping sweet mint tea and savoring a flavorful home-cooked dinner under the shade of palm trees.


Continue your exploration of the Siwa Oasis area, where the Shali Fortress stands as a testament to the past, its 13th-century mud-brick ruins offering panoramic oasis views. Embark on a thrilling safari adventure, navigating the desert in a 4×4 vehicle. Traverse petrified forests, marvel at fossilized seashells, conquer sand dunes, and rejuvenate in the serene lakes and springs. Conclude your day with a delightful traditional Bedouin dinner, immersing yourself in the rich cultural experience before a restful night’s sleep in Siwa. Discover the perfect blend of ancient marvels and desert escapades in this Siwa Oasis adventure.

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Dedicate your last day in Cairo to exploring its hidden gems. Delve into the Khan al-Khalili bazaar, a labyrinthine marketplace overflowing with vibrant spices, handcrafted treasures, and friendly haggling. In the afternoon, visit the Coptic Cairo district, home to ancient churches and monasteries showcasing the city’s rich Christian heritage. As dusk settles, enjoy a final farewell dinner at a traditional Egyptian restaurant, savoring the flavors of the local cuisine.


Bid farewell to Egypt, carrying with you a treasure trove of unforgettable memories. From the awe-inspiring Pyramids to the hidden corners of Siwa Oasis, you’ve journeyed through time and space, experiencing the timeless beauty and captivating stories of this land. Share these treasures with your loved ones, spark conversations with captivating tales, and let the magic of Egypt forever linger in your heart.


To combine luxury and affordability, we offer accommodations ranging from 4-star comfort to the world’s most exquisite hotels and resorts. When you inquire about the package that suits you best, we will share a list of related accommodations, and we are always open to your suggestions.

For our luxury packages, we provide a superb array of accommodations ranging from 4-star to 5-star hotels. Our selection includes renowned establishments such as NH Collection, Crowne Plaza, Hilton Garden Inn, Radisson Hotels, and other comparably luxurious yet affordable options

When booking our premium packages, you will enjoy stays in superior, deluxe rooms, or suites within carefully selected 5-star accommodations, such as Hyatt Regency, Marriott, Sofitel, and Hilton Hotels & Resorts. In addition to our promised excellent service, rest assured that your experience will embody the epitome of luxury.

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All prices are for a luxury private tour designed for two travelers, featuring premium services

  • Early Bird Special: Enjoy a 10% discount per person when booking four months before the tour.
  • Free Upgrades: Enjoy accommodation upgrades during your destination’s low seasons at no extra cost
  • Children under 6 years old: travel for free.
  • Kids under 12: receive a 50% discount.
  • Groups of 4 travelers: enjoy a 10% discount.
  • Groups of 6 or more: receive a 15% discount
  • Groups of ten or more: get a 20% discount.
  • Same family of 4 or more: receives an additional 5% off.

From $3,890.00/person



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.