Egypt: Cairo, Luxor & Siwa Oasis
9 Days $2,399 Cairo, Luxor & Siwa Oasis. This tour is between October and April which is the best time to travel to Egypt.
visit the Giza Pyramids, the Valley Temple and The Sphinx. Then Visit Sakkara, where you can see the Step Pyramid (Built for king Zoser). Visit Dahshur Pyramids (Bent and Red Pyramids). Dahshur area located in the desert near Cairo. Visit Memphis City, the ancient capital of Egypt, where you can see the colossal statue of Ramses II. You will also visit the Egyptian Museum which has the largest and most precious items of ancient Egyptian art in the world. The tour also includes a visit to The Citadel and Khan El Khalili Bazaar. We arrange this tour between October and April which is the best time to travel to Egypt.
Best time to travel to Egypt and Siwa Oasis
You will spend 4 days visiting Siwa Oasis . Its history is shaped by all major civilizations hence it is the most fascinating oasis in the Sahara in North Africa. You will experience the Siwan people and their culture and customs. Climb through the ruins of the old city for great views of the oasis. Hike or rent a bicycle to for sightseeing and bathing places. Swim in one of the many springs and taste traditional Siwan foods. We arrange this tour to Siwa Oasis between October and April because this is certainly the best time to travel to Egypt.
In Siwa Oasis you will visit the temple of Amun. The Pharaohs built this temple. You will also visit the Mountain of the Dead. It is basically a mountain that includes a group of archaeological tombs. Another palace you can see in Siwa is the mountain Dakrour. It is a series of adjacent hills, famous for its hot red sand. We arrange this tour between October and April which is certainly the best time to travel to Egypt.
9 days Days
- The Great Pyramids
- The Valley Temple and The Sphinx
- Sakkara and the Step Pyramid (Built for king Zoser).
- Dahshur Pyramids (Bent and Red Pyramids)
- Memphis City, and colossal statue of Ramses II.
- The Egyptian Museum.
- The Citadel and Khan El Khalili Bazaar.
- Visit Luxor and enjoy the Karnak temple
- Visit the valley of the kings in Luxor
- Visit the temple of Hatshepsut in Luxor
- Visit the temple of Luxor
- Visit The Colossi of Memnon
- Spend 4 days visiting Siwa Oasis in the Sahara
- Visit the temple of Amun in Siwa
- visit the mountain of the dead in Siwa
- Swim the springs in Siwa
- Visit the Siwa Museum
- Visit the mountain of Dakrour
Arrival to Cairo
The Great Pyramids and Memphis City
visit the Giza Pyramids, the Valley Temple and The Sphinx - Then Visit Sakkara, where you can see the Step Pyramid (Built for king Zoser). Visit Dahshur Pyramids (Bent and Red Pyramids) Dahshur area located in the desert near Cairo. . Then Visit Memphis City, the ancient capital of Egypt, where the colossal statue of Ramses II .
Begin with a visit to the Valley Of The Kings, Followed by a visit to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut that known as El Dir El Bahari the only pharaonic woman who reigned ancient Egypt. Then continue to The Colossi of Memnon. Then go to the East Bank in Luxor Karnak Temple Finish your day tour by visiting the Temple Of Luxor
Back to Cairo - Egyptian Meesum and Cairo Bazar
Heading to Siwa
Start you with Alexander the Great Temple is also known as the Temple of the Oracle. Then visit the salty lake. The salty water makes you float, Then proceed to Cleopatra's bath, The legend says that Cleopatra swam here, Then head to the Great Sand Sea. By Jeep 4x4 and enjoy sand boarding, in the Great Sand Sea near Siwa Oasis. Then go to visit the hot and Cold spring Bir Waheed
Head back to Cairo
Head back to Cairo
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OSCATT reserves the right to cancel any trip due to inadequate enrollment or other cause that makes the trip unfeasible for us to operate but will inform you at least 30 days prior to departure. In such a case, a full travel credit toward a future trip or refund cost is given.
In any event, OSCATT will provide alternative travel dates for a postponed trip. If a refund is sought, only recoverable funds will be provided. OSCATT is not responsible for additional expenses incurred by members preparing for the trip (e.g., non-refundable Advance Purchase air tickets, visa fees if applicable, clothing, equipment, or medical expenses).
If a trip is cancelled or postponed due to force majeure (war, labor strikes, earthquakes, flooding, epidemic, a major world event adversely affecting international travel patterns, etc.), OSCATT will provide a travel credit or refund recoverable funds
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At the time we receive written notice that you must cancel your trip, the following fees will apply (all dates are from departure date):
95 days prior to trip departure 0% of Cost
94 to 61 days prior to trip departure 25% of Cost
60 to 31 days prior to trip departure 50% of Cost
30 days or less prior to trip departure 100% of Cost
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You may transfer one time to another trip without a fee up to 95 days before departure. Requests to transfer from one trip to another within 94 days of departure are subject to the Cancellation Fees outlined above