Day one: Once you arrive at the airport, our representative will meet and help you through passport control formalities.Then, in a private air-conditioned car, you will be taken to your hotel.
Day two:Best of Cairo
After enjoying your breakfast, achieve one of the important tours in your bucket list. Enjoy a day tour of the Great Pyramids of Giza, the only survivor of the 7 wonders of the ancient world and Sphinx, the glorious Egyptian museum and the market place
Since it is a private tour, you will be the one to decide how much time you would like to spend in each site. The guide will provide you with all the history of the area, the 9 pyramids of the kings,queens and princesses, the sphinx, the valley temple of mummification. You will have enough time for photography, extra options such as entering one of the pyramids, visiting the sun boat museum or riding a camel.
The fascinating experience will carry on with your visit to the Egyptian museum. The museum was opened in 1901.It houses thousands of artifacts. You will be overwhelmed by what you see around you: statues, golden treasures, tools, royal mummies, animal mummies and much more. Although, you need weeks to cover everything in this huge building, however, your guide will explain with passion the highlight. Then you will enjoy free time to go and browse here and there. Then, enjoy some free time at Khan El Khalili, the biggest market in Cairo, and try a local drink at El Fishawy , the oldest coffee shop in Cairo
Day 3: Best of Alexandria
A new day tour is waiting for you, Enjoy a tour to Alexandria from Cairo in the company of your own guide. The second largest city in Egypt, Alexandria has an atmosphere that is more Mediterranean and is famous for its Roman remains.You will enjoy personalized attention on your tour of Alexandria. Alexandria was founded by Alexander the Great in 332 B.C., and was the capital of Graeco-Roman Egypt. Your first stop in this historic city is the catacombs of Kom ash-Shuqqafa, a Roman burial site whose family tomb reveals the merging of Egyptian and Roman art and architecture. Descend below ground to visit the Caracalla Hall. Back above ground, continue to Pompey's Pillar, an 82-feet (25-meter) granite column built to honor Emperor Diocletian, who freed the besieged city and brought food to its starving people. The next site is the fort of Qaitbay,built in 1477 to protect the Eastern side of the city. The fort was built on the same location of the great lighthouse of Alexandria.).Later, you will visit the famous Alexandria Library. In contrast to the ancient architecture found throughout Egypt, the Norwegian-designed building is a striking piece of modern design. A copy of every book published in the world is kept in the library, making it one of the great literary sites in the world.
Day 4: Departure: After breakfast at the hotel,be ready for escort to the airport for final departure