Egypt Itinerary 7 Days


Imagine colossal pyramids stretching shadows across millennia, their whispers echoing with forgotten stories. Picture yourself sailing the majestic Nile, the ancient highway of pharaohs, aboard a luxurious cruise, the desert sun painting the sands golden. This isn’t just a vacation; it’s a 7-day tour into the very heart of Egypt’s magic. Stand face-to-face with these time machines of stone, then delve into the Valley of Kings, where pharaohs slumber in tombs adorned with secrets. Explore temples that defy time with their grandeur, like giant history books carved in stone. This adventure isn’t just for history buffs; it’s for anyone who loves mysteries, hidden treasures, and feeling like they’ve stepped into a tale older than time. Swap high-fives with sphinxes, sail like a pharaoh, and uncover the secrets whispered by the desert sand. Join us in Egypt, where myths dance with history and every grain of sand tells a story you won’t want to miss!


  • Stand in awe before the monumental Pyramids of Giza
  • Sail the Nile, the lifeblood of ancient Egypt
  • Descend into the Valley of the Kings
  • Explore the largest religious complex in the world Karnak Temple
  • Witness the falcon god’s majestic temple at the Temple of Horus at Edfu
  • Sail to this island gem : Philae Temple
  • Immerse yourself in the vibrant chaos of Souqs of Cairo and Aswan: 


Touch down in Cairo, the vibrant heart of Egypt, and let the intoxicating energy pulse through you. Settle into your comfortable hotel, a stone’s throw from the Pyramids, and savor a welcome dinner beneath the watchful gaze of ancient sphinxes. In the evening, as the city lights paint the sky with liquid gold, embark on a mesmerizing Sound & Light Show at the Pyramids. Witness colossal shadows dance in the desert, hear tales of lost dynasties carried on the wind, and feel the first tingle of wonder that will stay with you throughout your journey.

Awaken to the scent of desert winds whispering secrets of millennia. Today, stand face-to-face with the Pyramids of Giza, colossal guardians of time that dwarf mere mortals. Feel the ground thrum beneath your feet as you contemplate these engineering marvels, monuments that predate written history. Later, delve into the treasure trove of the Egyptian Museum, where Tutankhamun’s golden mask glistens in the dim light and mummies gaze silently from their sarcophagi. Wander through the labyrinthine halls, tracing the evolution of ancient civilizations through artifacts that speak of gods and pharaohs, forgotten rituals, and everyday life along the Nile. In the bustling Khan al-Khalili bazaar, lose yourself in a fragrant maze of stalls overflowing with spices, fabrics, and trinkets. Barter with friendly vendors, sip sweet karkadé tea, and soak up the intoxicating cacophony of this timeless marketplace.

Take flight to Luxor, where the ancient city of Thebes sprawls along the golden ribbon of the Nile. Board your luxurious Nile cruise ship, your home for the next four days, and prepare to sail into history. On the East Bank, begin with the awe-inspiring Karnak Temple Complex, a sprawling labyrinth of towering pylons and intricate carvings, each stone whispering tales of forgotten gods. Gaze upon the Hypostyle Hall, its forest of colossal columns reaching for the sky, and imagine the grand ceremonies that once unfolded here. As the sun dips below the horizon, stand before the majestic Luxor Temple, bathed in the golden glow of the setting sun. Let the ancient hymns and rituals come alive in your mind’s eye as you witness the beauty of this architectural masterpiece. Later, delve into the fascinating Mummification Museum, where the ancient art of preserving bodies for the afterlife is unveiled. Learn about the complex rituals, the sacred oils, and the intricate linen wrappings that ensured a pharaoh’s journey to the eternal realm.

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. Marvel at the intricate paintings depicting battles, hunts, and offerings to the gods, each symbol revealing a glimpse into the life and afterlife of a long-dead ruler. Next, climb to the majestic Hatshepsut Temple, carved into the cliffs in a stunning display of architectural prowess. Admire the towering terraces, the delicate reliefs, and the captivating story of this powerful female pharaoh who dared to rule in a man’s world. At the Colossi of Memnon, colossal statues guarding the entrance to Amenhotep III’s temple, imagine the whispers of forgotten ceremonies and chariot processions that once graced these sands. As the Nile shimmers under the afternoon sun, relax on the sundeck of your cruise, savoring the changing panorama and the gentle rhythm of the river. Let the whispers of the ancient wind carry you away, and feel the timeless peace of this sacred landscape.

Our journey continues southward on the Nile, the sun warming our faces as we witness the changing rhythms of life along its banks. Today, we visit the Temple of Horus at Edfu, a falcon-winged wonder dedicated to the powerful god of the sky. Marvel at the intricate hieroglyphs adorning its walls, recounting tales of divine battles and celestial journeys. Imagine the ancient priests performing rituals under the watchful gaze of the falcon god, their chants echoing through the halls. After a delicious lunch aboard your cruise, we arrive at Kom Ombo, a unique temple with a double dedication: one side for Sobek, the crocodile god, and the other for Haroeris, the falcon god. Stand in awe before the imposing crocodile mummy exhibited within, a symbol of Sobek’s power and protection. Imagine the ancient Egyptians navigating the Nile, seeking the blessings of both the sky god and the river god on their journeys. As the stars begin to paint the night sky, enjoy another evening of onboard entertainment, from belly dancing to traditional Nubian music, letting the magic of Egypt seep into your soul. Sip minty karkadé tea under the starlit sky, sharing stories and laughter with your fellow travelers, and feel the camaraderie of adventurers exploring a timeless land together.

Welcome to Aswan, the “Gateway to Nubia,” 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. Imagine the sweat and toil of the stoneworkers who hewed these colossal blocks for pharaohs’ monuments, their stories etched in the very fabric of the landscape. At the Philae Temple, dedicated to the goddess Isis, imagine the whispers of prayers echoing through its colonnades, even after its relocation from its original island home. Marvel at the intricate reliefs depicting the goddess’s love story and her magical powers, and lose yourself in the enchanting atmosphere of this island refuge. In the bustling Souq of Aswan, let your senses be overwhelmed by the vibrant cacophony of haggling vendors and colorful stalls overflowing with spices, textiles, and handcrafted treasures. Bargain for unique souvenirs, sip sweet hibiscus tea from a clay pot, and soak up the infectious energy of this ancient marketplace. As the desert sun dips below the horizon, casting long shadows on the towering dam, feel the magic of a land where modernity whispers to antiquity, and ancient stories find echoes in the bustling streets.

Bid farewell to your Nile cruise and soar back to Cairo for your final departure. Before leaving, take one last look at the Pyramids of Giza, their silhouettes etched against the morning sky. Carry with you not just souvenirs, but memories etched in sand – the echo of ancient chants, the warmth of desert sun on your skin, the sparkle of the Nile under the starlit sky. This isn’t just the end of a 7 days tour of egypt; it’s the beginning of a lifelong love affair with a land where myths dance with history, and every grain of sand whispers tales of the past. Share your newfound knowledge with loved ones, spark conversations with captivating stories, and let the magic of Egypt linger in your heart forever.


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  • 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 $1,980.00/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.