Pyramids of Giza

Start your half day tour visiting Giza Pyramids, There is Opportunity to visit the Pyramids from inside or having Camel ride around the great pyramids but it would be Subject of extra charge, End your tour with a Visit to The Sphinx - The legendary guardian that stands by the huge funeral complex with its lion body and the head of king Chephren and it`s the place where you can have an amazing Pictures for yourself with the Sphinx in many Funny Positions.

Memphis and Pyramid of Sakkara

This trip takes you to the earliest known Egyptian pyramids, which are found at Sakkara, northwest of Memphis. This pyramid and its surrounding complex were designed by the architect Imhotep, and are generally considered the world's oldest monumental structures constructed of dressed masonry.After that you are transferred to the area of Memphis that was once the first capital of Egypt and the center of rule and culture for more than 3000 years founded by King Menes. You will also get to see the statue of king Ramses the 2nd.

Egyptian Antiquities Museum

This famous museum houses the world’s largest collection of ancient Egyption artifacts (more than 120,000 items on display) featuring the famous Tutankhamun collection with its beautiful gold death mask and sarcophagus and the royal Mummy room, which houses an additional eleven Pharaonic dignitaries.

The citade of Saladin al Ayoubi

sightseeing tour of Old Cairo's major sights, Visit the Cairo Citadel on the Moqattam Hills for grand views over the city see the beautiful alabaster Mosque of Muhammad Ali, built for Muhammad Ali Pasha between 1830 and 1848

Kahan El Khalili bazar

Located in the heart of Islamic Cairo, this busy and colorful open-air bazaar is filled with unique and exotic items from spices and perfumes to jewelry and souvenirs.

Sound and light show

one hour show where you will See the pyramids of Giza come alive, floodlight illuminates the three Pyramids and the Sphinx and a recorded narration is played to tell you the history of the Pyramids and their builders, the narration is accompanied with dramatic music and sound effects.

Luxor Temple(Luxor, Egypt)

Luxor Temple is a large Ancient Egyptian temple complex located on the east bank of the Nile River in the city today known as Luxor and was constructed approximately 1400 BCE.

Temple of Karnak(Luxor, Egypt)

The largest of Luxor’s temples, Karnak was one of the most sacred sites in ancient Egypt. It marked the ascendancy of Thebes (present day Luxor) as the capital of the New Kingdom, with construction beginning in the 16th century BC. Most subsequent rulers tinkered with the complex so it represents a great crash course in different pharaonic styles.

The Valley of the Kings (Luxor, Egypt)

The Valley of the Kings where 62 Pharaohs are buried in. This royal cemetery is located on Luxor's west bank, down the only entrance, a long narrow winding path. This was a secret place, where sentries guarded the entrance, as well as the tops of the hills to discourage tomb robbers. In the past, they had plundered all royal tombs, including the treasures of the pyramids! Some thefts were probably carefully planned, but others were spur of the moment, as when an earlier tomb was accidentally discovered while cutting a new one and workmen took advantage of the opportunity.

Temple of Queen Hatshepsut (Luxor, Egypt)

Located on the western bank of the Nile, this is one of the most beautiful of the royal mortuary temples. The terraces were different then, with gardens of frankincense trees and other rare plantings brought from Punt, a place that appears in painted reliefs decorating the walls of one of the colonnades.

Medinet Habu “Temple of Ramses III” (Luxor, Egypt)

Where the fertile Nile floodplain meets the desert lies the Mortuary Temple of Ramses III, known locally by its Arabic name Medinet Habu. The whole compound forms a huge rectangle, with the temple a smaller rectangle within. The ensemble is the second largest in Luxor after Karnak, and is related in both style and scale to the nearby Ramesseum.

Colossi of Memnon(Luxor, Egypt)

two massive stone statues of the Pharaoh Amenhotep III, who reigned in Egypt during the Dynasty XVIII. For the past 3,400 years (since 1350 BC), they have stood in the Theban Necropolis, located west of the River Nile from the modern city of Luxor.

Edfu (Temple of Edfu)

The Temple of Edfu is an ancient Egyptian Temple, The temple, dedicated to the falcon god Horus, was built in the Ptolemaic period between 237 and 57 BC.

Kom Ombo (Temple of Kom Ombo)

The Temple of Kom Ombo is an unusual double temple in the town of Kom Ombo in Aswan Governorate, Upper Egypt. t was constructed during the Ptolemaic dynasty, 180–47 BC.[1] Some additions to it were later made during the Roman period.

High Dam (Aswan, Egypt)

One of the country's most important structures, High Dam was constructed between 1960 and 1970, and was, at the time, a true feat of engineering. At 111 m (364 ft) tall and 3,830 m (12,570 ft) long, the dam remains an impressive sight, but its importance in the development of Egypt's industry far exceeds any aesthetic or technological interest it holds.

The Unfinished Obelisk (Aswan, Egypt)

The largest known Egyptian obelisk is called the “unfinished obelisk”, which today can be found exactly where it was once semi-carved from the solid bedrock. This stone block was intended to be a 120ft / 36m tall obelisk. It is estimated that a block of granite this size would easily weigh more than a 1000 tons, some geologists have suggested a figure in the region of 1100 tons – 1150 tons.

The Temples of Philae (Aswan, Egypt)

One of Nubia's most important monument sites, 12 kilometers south of Aswan, was an ancient pilgrimage center for the cult of Isis and dazzled travelers with its power for centuries. This sacred site was venerated from the Pharaonic era up to the Greek, Roman, and Byzantine periods with each ruler adding their own stamp onto the stones here.

Abu Simbel

The twin temples at Abu Simbel are 2 of the best-preserved and most awe-inspiring of ancient Egypt. Discover them with a quick and convenient plane ride from Aswan. See the towering statues of Ramesses II and his queen as you learn about their intriguing repositioning in the last century.