9 Day/8 Night Egypt Classic Luxury Tour

The southern city of Kaohsiung is Taiwan's largest port, its second-largest city and centre of the country's heavy and petrochemical industries. Despite this, today's Kaohsiung is a modern urban landscape of airy cafes, wide streets, waterside parks, public transport, bicycle lanes and cultural venues that have embraced and re-imagined the city's manufacturing past.
1550$ per person
9 Days
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Set off on an enthralling 9-day Egyptian adventure, commencing in the storied metropolis of Cairo. This travel package offers a fusion of timeless splendors and contemporary wonders.
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The southern city of Kaohsiung is Taiwan's largest port, its second-largest city and centre of the country's heavy and petrochemical industries. Despite this, today's Kaohsiung is a modern urban landscape of airy cafes, wide streets, waterside parks, public transport, bicycle lanes and cultural venues that have embraced and re-imagined the city's manufacturing past.

What's included

Africa , Aswan , Cairo , Edfu' , Egypt , Kom Ombo , Luxor Discover Destinations
Departure Location
Cairo Airport
Return Location
Cairo Airport
Tour Start Date & Time
Everyday at 15:00
Price includes
  • A guided tour of important places
  • Accommodation in single twin share room
  • Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
  • Felucca ride in Aswan
  • Flight from Aswan to Cairo
  • Flight from Cairo to Luxor
  • Professionally guided tour
  • Visa arrangements
Price does not include
  • Departure Taxes or Visa handling fees
  • Excess baggage charge
  • International flights
  • Medical insurance and emergency insurance
  • Personal expenses
  • Services not specifically stated in the itinerary
Additional Prices
Entrance to the Great Pyramid: $20 Entrance to the Tutankhamun's Tomb: $15

The Culture

Located in southwestern Taiwan, Kaohsiung is a city of a longish shape. It is cast in sunshine throughout a year and its weather is amiable. Mountains, oceans, rivers and ports make the city’s geology and culture highly diverse. Kaohsiung used to enjoy a thriving economy for its steel and petrochemical industries, but now it is gearing towards cultural tourism, touting its history, nature and hospitality. An oceanic tourist capital it is!

River Ports & Oceanic Tourism

In Taiwan, people call Kaohsiung “the port city” because it has the most beautiful port views. The magnificent Kaohsiung Port, modern-style Singuang and Glory Ferry Wharfs, and romantic Love River all enhance Kaohsiung’s urban charm. Taking a ferry is actually a popular tourist activity in Kaohsiung.

Visitors may take a ferry at Shaochuantou Wharf so and then hop off in Qijin to enjoy a walk, or take the Love Boat or a fancy gondola by the Love River. Cultural yachts are an option, too – the yacht trip is longer, allowing visitors to immerse in the splendid views of Kaohsiung’s ports and the Asian New Bay Area.

Tapping into History

Kaohsiung was previously named “Takau,” referring to the bamboo forests dwelled by indigenous Makatau. During the Qing Rule, it was renamed as “Dagou” and by the Japanese Rule a Dagou office was to be established on Qijin Street. The Dagou Branch Office of Tainan Prefecture was therefore relocated to Shaochuantou. In 1920 (9th year of Taisho), Kaohsiung Prefecture was established. The Japanese adopted the name “Kaohsiung” from “Takau.”

Natural Resources & Great Views

Kaohsiung has more than modernized urban scenery and the vitality which comes in from the ocean; it also boasts an expansive hinterland, with rich natural and cultural resources, fields and gardens, forests, mountains, hot springs- it has everything.

The strange “Moon World” formations near Tianliao, Yenchao, and Neimen, known as “badlands” in the field of geography, form mainly as a result of rainwater and river water scouring mudstone areas which have soft soil. It is difficult for plants to grow in such an environment, which exposes the mudstone, creating a unique landscape densely covered with ridges and trenches. In fact, Moon World’s geographic richness and rarity has already met UNESCO Geoparks’standards for recognition as a Geological Heritage Site. What’s more, Purple Crow Butterfly Valley in Maolin Scenic Area is also a world-class natural resource, one of just two valleys in the world in which butterflies winter.

  • Arrival in Egypt
  • Tour Necropolis of Saqqara and Pyramids of Giza
  • Tour Aswan
  • Tour Abu Simbel Temples
  • Tour Edfu and sailing to Luxor
  • Tour West Bank of Luxor
  • Drom Luxor to Hurghada
  • Leisure in Hurghada
  • Tour Egyptian museum - Departure
Arrival in Egypt

Day 1

Welcome to the capital of Egypt! Upon arrival at Cairo Airport, our representative will meet you and arrange your transfer to the hotel. Your adventure starts with an introductory meeting to go over your itinerary, after which you have the remainder o

If your flight arrives early, you might consider starting your visit with the spectacular sound and light show at the pyramids (optional), or you could opt for a Nile dinner cruise and show in downtown Cairo (optional).
Stay overnight in a 4-star hotel in Cairo.
Tour Necropolis of Saqqara and Pyramids of Giza

Day 2

Archaeological Exploration (Tour) at Saqqara:

Enjoy a full-day tour of the Giza and Saqqara pyramids. Begin with the step pyramid at Saqqara, the first capital of ancient Egypt and the oldest pyramid, dating back to 4800 B.C., constructed by King Djoser. Then, proceed to the renowned Giza pyramids.

Archaeological Exploration (Tour) at Giza Plateau:
Continue to the Giza Plateau to visit the iconic pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, Mycrenos, and the Sphinx, enduring monuments that have stood for 4500 years.

Experience the grandeur of the Sphinx, one of the most colossal monolith statues in human history, and capture unforgettable photographs.

In the evening, head to the train station to board the overnight sleeper train to Aswan.

Enjoy dinner and breakfast on the train.

Spend the night on the sleeper train.

Tour Aswan

Day 3

Aswan Arrival Transfer:
Upon arrival at the Aswan Railway Station, you will be greeted by your guide and transferred to your five-star Nile Cruise for check-in. Later, begin your tour with a visit to the High Dam, constructed in 1960 to protect Egypt from flooding and to generate electricity.
Continue to Philae Island to visit the Graeco-Roman Temple dedicated to the goddess Isis, accessed by a small motorboat.

Local Flavor (Folk Show)
Afterward, return to your cruise for a traditional folkloric show.

Enjoy lunch and dinner on board.

Spend the night in Aswan aboard the cruise ship.

Tour Abu Simbel Temples

Day 4

Archaeological Exploration (Village Tour) at the Abu Simbel Temples:
Abu Simbel, Navigation & Kom Ombo Temple:
You will be picked up for the Abu Simbel trip (in small group sharing). This remarkable site was entirely dismantled and reconstructed due to the flooding of Lake Nasser. After a 3-hour drive, you will be greeted by your Egyptologist guide, who will lead you to the awe-inspiring temples of Abu Simbel, narrating the tales and history of these ancient Egyptian landmarks. You will return to the cruise by noon.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are provided.

Local Flavor (Temple) at the Temple of Kom Ombo:
In the afternoon, the cruise will navigate towards Kom Ombo city, where you will visit the stunning Temple of Kom Ombo, dedicated to the two gods: Horus (the falcon god) and Sobek (the crocodile god). Additionally, you will have the opportunity to explore the Crocodile Museum.

After the visit, you will return to the cruise, which will continue its voyage to Edfu for an overnight stay.

Tour Edfu and sailing to Luxor

Day 5

Local Flavor (Temple) at Temple of Edfu
Arrival in Luxor:
Take a horse carriage ride with your guide to explore the Temple of Horus at Edfu, renowned as the most intact and best-preserved Egyptian temple.

Leisure (Afternoon Tea) at Nile River
Return to the cruise and unwind on the deck, observing the distinctive landscape and admiring the Nile River's stunning vistas as you sail towards Luxor. Enjoy afternoon tea on the sundeck.

Travel through the Esna lock en route to Luxor, which is situated on the ancient site of Thebes and boasts the densest array of ancient ruins in the Nile Valley, and perhaps the world. On the opposite bank of the Nile is the City of the Dead, known for its mortuary temples and rock-hewn tombs.

Local Flavor (City Tour, Folk Show, Temple) at Luxor Temple
To the east, the Temples of Luxor and Karnak stand majestically. In the late afternoon, you'll reach Luxor harbor and visit the centrally located Luxor Temple, which is beautifully illuminated at night, showcasing elements of ancient Egyptian, Christian, and Islamic heritage. Afterwards, return to the ship for a belly-dancing performance.

Includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Stay overnight in Luxor.

Tour West Bank of Luxor

Day 6

Begin your extraordinary day with a drive to the West Bank to explore the Valley of the Kings, where New Kingdom pharaohs carved their tombs into the mountains to conceal their treasures and safeguard their mummies.

Local Flavor (Temple) at Deir el-Bahari:
Next, visit the Mortuary Temple of the renowned Queen Hatshepsut at Deir El Bahari. Conclude your West Bank tour with a photo opportunity in front of the colossal Colossi of Memnon.

Local Flavor (Temple) at Karnak Temple:
Proceed to the vast Karnak Temple complex, connected to the city of Luxor by an avenue lined with sphinxes. Within its expansive courtyard lie three temples, and the celebrated Hypostyle Hall boasts 134 monumental columns, each intricately carved with depictions of deities, pharaohs, and hieroglyphic texts.

Breakfast included.

Overnight stay at a 4-star hotel in Luxor.

Drom Luxor to Hurghada

Day 7

Transportation: Private transfer from Luxor to Hurghada:
Begin your trip to Hurghada in a private air-conditioned vehicle, with an approximate driving time of 4 hours. Upon arrival, check into a 5-star resort in Hurghada for a 2-night stay, unwind on the beach, and enjoy swimming in the crystal-clear waters.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included.

Spend the night at a 5-star hotel in Hurghada.

Leisure in Hurghada

Day 8

Free Day in Hurghada:
Relax and take pleasure in a full-day snorkeling excursion to Giftun Island (optional), where you can discover one of the world's most stunning coral reefs. Delight in swimming, fishing, and abundant fun, all with the convenience of door-to-door transportation.

Meals: Lunch

Lodging: Accommodation at 5-star resort on Full-board

Tour Egyptian museum - Departure

Day 9

Depart from your hotel and head to Hurghada airport for a one-hour flight to Cairo. There, experience a remarkable visit to the Egyptian Museum and Old Cairo.

Begin with the Egyptian Museum, which houses an impressive collection of antiquities, including the extraordinary Tutankhamun exhibit. Marvel at his golden mask and the royal mummies of the New Kingdom, and immerse yourself in the myriads of artifacts spread across numerous rooms and galleries.

Local Flavor (Church) at The Hanging Church:
Discover some of Cairo's most renowned churches. Journey to the Hanging Church and the Church of St. George the Martyr, both integrated into the walls of the Babylon Fortress and possibly the oldest structures in Cairo. Following that, visit the Church of St. Sergius.

Local Flavor (Market Visit) at Khan el-Khalili:
Experience the essential Egyptian atmosphere at Cairo's Khan Al-Khalili Bazaar. Delve into the vibrant colors and scents of this captivating marketplace or seize the opportunity to visit the renowned Alabaster Mosque of Mohamed Ali Pasha within the Salah Al Din Citadel.

As your journey concludes, we trust you've had a memorable stay. Our representative will accompany you to the airport, ensuring your departure aligns with your flight schedule.

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Egypt, known officially as the Arab Republic of Egypt, is a transcontinental country that spans the northeast corner of Africa and the southwest corner of Asia. It is the most populous country in the Arab world and the third-most populous on the African continent, with an estimated population of over 106 million people as of 2024. The capital city is Cairo, one of the largest cities in Africa. Egypt's rich history dates back to the 6th–4th millennia BCE, making it one of the world's oldest civilizations. The country's legacy includes the Nile River, which has been the lifeline of its region for thousands of years, and the ancient pyramids, which are some of humanity's most enduring monuments.


9 Day/8 Night Egypt Classic Luxury Tour

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