Day 1- Welcome to the land of the Pharaohs.
Arrival at Cairo international airport, you will be met by our rep who will assist you in getting your visa, then you will be escorted to your five stars hotel. Marriott Mina House Pyramid view room.
Day 2- The Great Pyramids, Sphinx & Saqqara Step Pyramid.
After breakfast, you will meet your guide in the lobby to start your tour to the Great Pyramids of Giza. Enjoy a camel ride around the Giza plateau, to the money shot to the sphinx, and visit the solar boat museum. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant. Then drive to Saqqara, which is the 1st pyramid and stone building in Egypt. You will visit one of the tombs that date back to 2650 B.C.: also enter the pyramid of King Unas and enjoy the oldest Hyrogliphic texts on its walls, known as the Book of the Dead, back to Marriott Mina House Pyramid view room. Meals, B & L.
Day3- Egyptian Museum, Old Cairo.
Enjoy your breakfast, then meet your guide to start your tour to the Egyptian Museum. With the vast collection of monuments that cover all Egyptian history. Enjoy the golden mask of the boy king Tutankhamon. Lunch today is kushary, Local Egyptian dish. Then head to Old Cairo, including the Hanging Church that dates back to 800 A D. & the crypt where Jesus hid with Virgin Mary. Also, the Synagogue and the mosque of Amer Ibn el Asi, which is the oldest mosque in Egypt, back to your hotel Marriott Mina House Pyramid view room. Meals, B & L.
Day 4- Fly to Luxor and visit Karnak & Luxor temple.
After breakfast, we will check out of our hotel, AGT rep, who will escort you to Cairo airport, to catch your flight to Luxor upon arrival our rep will assist you in checking your five stars hotel Hilton Luxor. Lunch will be in a local restaurant. Then you will visit Luxor East bank including, Karnak temple, which is the largest temple in the Middle East, covering an area of 60 acres. The temple dates back to 2050 B.C. and dedicated to god Amon Ra. Then you will head to Luxor temple that has a unique taste, and a variety of monuments dates back to pharaohs age, Ptolemaic age, Roman era, Coptic age, and Islamic age, all in one spot. Back to Hilton Luxor resort deluxe Nile view room. Meals, B & L.
Day 5- Tour to Luxor west bank, including, Habu Temple and the valley of the queens.
After breakfast, you will check out of your hotel; then, you will meet your guide to start a private tour to Luxor west bank, including the temple of Habu that dates back to Ramses III, then the village of the workers and valley of the queens. Back to the cruise ship to check-in, enjoy lunch, free afternoon. Sonesta Sun Goddess Ultra Luxury Nile Cruise. Meals, B. L . D.
Day 6- Private Tour To Valley Of The Kings, Including King Tut Tomb, Hatshepsut Temple.
After breakfast, meet your guide to start your tour to visit the Valley of the Kings, including three tombs, plus entry to the tomb of the golden boy-king Tutankhamen discovered in 1922. from there, we head to the Village of the Workers. One of the master monuments in all of Egypt, we will explore the worker’s Houses and their beautiful tombs with its vivid colours. then we head to Hatsheput temple, the first female pharaoh in ancient Egypt, and that was her mortuary temple, since 1500 B.C. colossi of Memnon
Back to the Cruise to start sailing to Aswan via Esna Lock. Overnight Sonesta Sun Goddess Ultra Luxury Nile Cruise. Meals, B. L. D.
Day 7- Private Tour To Edfu and Komombo Temples.
Meet your guide in the lobby after having your breakfast and start your tour to Edfu temple by horse carriage ride one of the best-preserved temples in Egypt, which dates back to 237 B.C, this is the only temple where you can see the sacred boat of the god. Also, it is the best example of a fully intact temple. Back to the cruise sailing and have lunch. Then tea time. Stop by Kom Ombo to visit the double temple of Horus and Sobek, a unique temple where you will learn about the calendar and Medicine in ancient Egypt. Back to the cruise, sail to Aswan, and while navigating, you will enjoy your Egyptian meal, then the Glabiya party, where everyone will dress like an Egyptian. Overnight Sonesta Sun Goddess Ultra Luxury Nile Cruise. Meals, B. L . D.
Day 8- Tour to Aswan high dam and Philae temple, sailboat ride.
After breakfast, you will meet your guide in the lobby to visit, Aswan High dam and Phila temple, which is one of many temples moved from its original location because of the construction of the dame. Also, you will stop by the unfinished obelisk. Back to the cruise For lunch, then enjoy Felucca (sailboat ride), back to the ship to enjoy the Nubian show and dinner Sonesta Sun Goddess Ultra Luxury Nile Cruise.
Day 9- Abu Simbel and fly back to Cairo.
Check out of the cruise, start your adventure to Abu Simbel temple, Enjoy three hours drive through the desert, explore the gigantic temples built by King Ramses II in 1290 B.C. then back to Aswan airport to catch your flight to Cairo. Upon arrival meet and assist, board your flight to Jordan, upon arrival Meet and assist at Amman Airport by our English-speaking local representative who will help you with getting your visa, retrieving your bags, and passing through customs procedures. And match with the driver, drive to Amman overnight there.
Day 10- Amman – Petra visit.
After breakfast, visit the world wonder, a vast, unique city, carved into the sheer rock face by the Nabataeans, Entrance to the town is through the Suq, a narrow gorge, over 1km in length, which is flanked on either side by soaring, 80m high cliffs. The Treasury is merely the first of the many wonders that make up Petra. As you enter the Petra valley, you will be overwhelmed by the natural beauty of this place and its outstanding architectural achievements. There are hundreds of elaborate rock-cut tombs with intricate carvings, overnight.
Day 11- Petra – Wadi Rum – Amman.
After breakfast, drive to Wadi Rum; “valley of the moon” and explore the fantastic desert by Bedouin 4×4 Jeep for 2 hours in the desert .then transfer to Petra for overnight.
Day 12- Cross the boarders from Jordan to Tel Aviv.
After breakfast you will meet our driver and rep, to escort you to the borders, on the other side our rep will be waiting to help you to check into your hotel.
Day 13- Mt. Zion and Mt. Olives.
After breakfast, you will spend your day visiting holy Jerusalem, at the crossroads of different civilisations where you will come across remains of ancient mosaics and treasures from the Roman and Byzantine period, the Crusaders, and the Ottoman Empire to name but a few. Across the Cardo: the ancient roman city to Mt Zion, discover other places of significance: Monastery of the Dormition, the cave of the Last Supper, and the Tomb of King David. Visit the Mount of Olives upon which you will come across a beautiful panoramic view of central Jerusalem. You can also visit the Sanctuary of the Ascension. Also, the Franciscan Chapel of Dominus Flevit and the tomb of the Virgin. While there you will not miss The Basilica of all Nations, “Gethsemane” and the Church of the Pater Noster. Overnight in Jerusalem
Day 14- Mea Shearim – Western Wall Tunnels – Sound and Light Show.
After breakfast, visit Mea Shearim to explore its neighbourhood and lifestyle. Today, Mea Shearim remains an insular neighbourhood in the heart of Jerusalem. With its Haredi and overwhelmingly Hasidic population, the streets retain the characteristics of an Eastern European shtetl as it would have appeared in pre-revolutionary Russia. Life revolves around strict adherence to Jewish law, prayer, and the study of Jewish religious texts. Traditions in dress include black frock coats and black hats for men (although there are some other clothing styles, depending on the religious sub-group to which they belong), and long-sleeved, modest clothing for women. In some Hasidic groups, the women wear thick black stockings all year long, even in summer. Married women wear a variety of hair coverings, from wigs to scarves and snoods. The men have beards, and many grow long side curls, called you. Many residents speak Yiddish in their daily lives, and use Hebrew only for prayer and religious study, as they believe Hebrew to be a sacred language only used for religious purposes. After Mea Shearim, we’ll transfer back to Jerusalem and visit Western Wall Tunnels. Then continue to experience the sound and light show at night. Overnight in Jerusalem
* When visiting the neighbourhood, women and girls urged to wear what deemed to be a modest dress (knee-length skirts or longer, no plunging necklines or midriff tops, no sleeveless blouses or bare shoulders), men and boys urged to avoid wearing shorts and sleeveless shirts. Tourists are requested not to arrive in large, conspicuous groups. During Shabbat, from Friday night at sundown to Saturday night at sunset, visitors six to refrain from smoking, photography, driving, or using mobile phones. When entering synagogues, men asked to cover their heads
Day 15- Dome of Rock – Al Aqsa Mosque – Old City.
After breakfast, visit the Dome of Rock and Al Aqsa Mosque (open to visitors from 8 am to 10 am – 12 pm to 2 pm), you will project into the past. Then visit the Old City, you will encounter oriental charm and plunged into the souk’s colourful alleys which take you to the meeting places of the three major monotheistic religions: walk along the Via Dolorosa and visit the Holy Sepulchre.
Day 16- Bethlehem Tour and Aida Camp Visit.
After breakfast, visit the Tower of David Museum. The Museum presents Jerusalem’s story. It details the significant events in its history, beginning with the first evidence of a city in Jerusalem in the second millennium BCE until the city became the capital of the State of Israel. Through the history of the city, visitors discover its significance to the three largest monotheistic religions. The permanent exhibition illustrates the city’s history along the axis of time using models, dioramas, film and includes explanations in Hebrew, Arabic, and English. Then have a short drive to Bethlehem. Visit the Nativity Church marking the birthplace of Jesus. Then visit the Grotto, the Church of St Catharine, and St. Jerome Caves were the bible was translated from Hebrew to the Latin language. Then Continue to Aida Camp for a visit. Drive back to Jerusalem and have dinner at Meejana Restaurant at St. George Hotel overlooking the old city. Overnight in Jerusalem
Day 17- Nazareth and Galilee (Guide and Driver).
After breakfast, have an early start at 8 am, and we drive to Jezreel Valley to visit the site of the Transfiguration, Mount Tabor. At this site, you will have some time to reflect on Christ’s Humanity and Divinity. Continue to Nazareth, the home of Mary and Joseph, and visit Mary’s Well and the Basilica of the Annunciation, where the angel Gabriel announced to the Virgin Mary that she would bear the Son of God. We visit the Byzantine Church of St. Joseph, to which tradition identifies as the workshop and home of the Holy Family. Proceed to Cana of Galilee where Jesus performed his first miracle by turning water to wine. Overnight in Tel Aviv
Day 18- Airport.
Early check out and transfer to the airport for departure. Must be at the airport 3 hours before departure time
|Tour Package is including
3 Nights Marriott Mina House, pyramid view room.
1 Night Hilton Luxor resort, deluxe Nile View room.
4 Nights Sonesta Sun Goddess ultra-luxury Nile cruise.
5 Nights American Colony Jerusalem.
1 Night Dan Tel Aviv.
2 Nights Kempinski Amman.
1 Night Marriott Petra.
Meet and assist upon arrival and departure at any destination.
Transportation by modern A/C private car
English speaking driver in transfer
Private Tour Guide In Jordan And Israel.
Private Egyptologist Tour Guide In Egypt.
Nine nights bed and breakfast at Jordan and Israel.
Entrance Fees to the mentioned sites in the above program
One Bottle of Mineral Water each person on each day of the tour in Jordan.
Entry visa to Egypt, Jordan and Israel.
Departure tax from Jordan.
Shuttle bus between 2 borders.
Meals, as listed above.
Departure tax from Jordan.
Shuttle bus between 2 borders.
Above rates do not include the following:
International Flight ticket
Tips for the driver, guide, Cruise staff
Any extras or any unmentioned items.