per adult (price varies by group size)
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Duration: 7 days
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German, English, Italian, French, Spanish
What's not included
- Entrance fees
- Qualified Tour Guide
- Domestic flights to (cairo -Luxor& Luxor- cairo )
- Meet and assist service in the airport
- accommodation in 5 stars hotel as mentioned
- bottled water
- all Transportation by private van
- Tour Manager for your trip
- Gratuities (recommended)
- Early check in and Late check out
- Peak season supplements
- Departure details
- Cairo International Airport, Heliopolis, Cairo Governorate, Egypt Pickup and Drop off service are included once you book you will get phone number for us , whats app us
- Returns to original departure point
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 10449P188
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Most travelers can participate
- This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
- All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.
- How much is Cairo Luxor Tour Package 7 Days 6 Nights?
- Cairo Luxor Tour Package 7 Days 6 Nights price starts from $1,100.00. Discover and book Cairo Luxor Tour Package 7 Days 6 Nights on Tripadvisor
- What is the Cairo Luxor Tour Package 7 Days 6 Nights cancellation policy?
- Cairo Luxor Tour Package 7 Days 6 Nights cancellation policy: All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties. Discover and book Cairo Luxor Tour Package 7 Days 6 Nights on Tripadvisor
- Which company provides Cairo Luxor Tour Package 7 Days 6 Nights?
- Cairo Luxor Tour Package 7 Days 6 Nights is hosted by Let's Explore Egypt. Read reviews, discover additonal experiences or contact Let's Explore Egypt on Tripadvisor. Discover and book Cairo Luxor Tour Package 7 Days 6 Nights on Tripadvisor
- If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 10449P188
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Tour to Giza pyramids and Sakkara
East bank of Luxor
west bank of Luxor
Cairo City Tour
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Bye Bye Cairo
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Let's Explore Egypt
Joined in February 2015
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- 938oualidc00BEST TOUR IN GIZA WITH GAMAL & GEORGESWow what an experience i have been to many tours many countries.But this one is the best experience we ever had GAMAL our tour guy is simply amazing one of the nicest person i ever met he showed us way more than what was in our tour.Lot of knowledge and an extreme kindness.GEORGES our driver/photographer was so kind too he took so many amazing pictures of us. Honestly they are the best u get amazing photos and a top guide. They went above and beyond and we greatfull for it.Thank you so much for this experience i had knowledge about egypt as im a fan and today they blow me away with all those stories and gave us access to some hidden areas and tombs. Loved it thank you Gamal & Georges we will come back to explore LUXOR THIS TIME !!
- htm32200快適だけどコスパはイマイチThank you for a half day tour, precious memories of Cairo. ガイドとドライバーは親切でした。写真も沢山撮ってくれたり。でもラクダは30分も乗らないし、チップ少ないと不機嫌になられるし（百エジプトポンドだと少ないとねだられ結局二百。ほぼ十分くらいのアテンドで）メインのギザピラミッドやスフィンクスは遠目から見て終わり、4時間半のツアーで三万円弱はちょっと高すぎると思いました。
- nima_pakravan00All you want from a tourSam was our host for this tour. He was an excellent and very knowledgeable guide. From when he picked us up, he was gave us all the necessary background about the places we were about to visit. He was also very accommodating and wanted to make sure we were comfortable and have everything we need.
- deborahd10300Sam the tour guideSam was an excellent tour guide, he was patient, kind and very knowledgeable about his country. I Had an amazing experience.
- Doa201200TL;DR; BS tour, Detailed and Honest Review - please read to know what you're getting yourself intoTL;DR; Not to be trusted - different experience than advertised. To start off - I am really upset at the experience I had on this tour, but will try to be objective. As a bit of back-story, I speak native-level English and Spanish, but opted for a Spanish language tour because of my travel companion. One learning for me is that a private tour (such as this) is more intense - it was just me and my travel companion, and the driver and our Egyptologist, and the Egyptologist guide is always with you, as opposed to leaving you time to walk around more relaxed, take some pictures and enjoy the moments in front of some truly impressive works of architecture - next time I would go with a larger tour where we just get dropped off and can walk around a bit, and have some time by ourselves in quiet. We had requested a Spanish tour, and our Egyptologist guide started telling us about how he spoke English, some German and some Dutch, but not Spanish, and even showed us his badge/license around his neck to prove his Dutch language skills (and lack of Spanish). He would throw us a bone by saying one word out of 10 in Italian/Spanish/Portuguese as if it were Spanish - but hey, they’re all the same language, right 🤦♂️? Not cool, when I specifically ordered (through Tripadvisor) a tour in Spanish. It would have been better if he had spoken better English - but this also wasn’t great. We had requested a start-time of 8 am (also confirmed through Tripadvisor) but our tour guide texted us on the day of, saying they would arrive at 8:30 AM - not great, but I also understand this happens ¯_(ツ)_/¯ Altogether - I felt like we spent way too little time with the big pyramids, but I thought this was ok, since this is an ambitious tour - trying to take you to a lot of places in one day - but became less forgiving as the day went on (to be explained). Part of this is also on me - I turned down the camel ride - I was not feeling up for it. After this is when the upselling started - we went to one jewelry store (to use the bathroom) and on the way to and from there, he was selling me about getting some jewelry with my name on it, in hieroglyphics, but I turned it down. He then took us to a spice museum/shop, where I found such exotic things as … cumin … paprika … and black tea … I could have definitely skipped this part of the tour - as those kinds of things aren’t really so exotic and found in every grocery store in every country I’ve ever lived in - and I’ve lived in at least 11. In the small, remote, mountain-nestled Swabian town with a gas station for a grocery shop I could find paprika and cumin. In the rural shop in the countryside of Poland, barely understanding the language, have I found the exotic spices of … cumin … paprika … and black tea. I guess they were exotic for Westerners at some point… Each shop is sold as a “museum” about a certain part of Egyptian culture, which makes it hard to turn down (at least at first). We then had lunch (no complaints, and they were accommodating for two vegetarians). I discovered a couple new things in Egyptian cuisine I enjoyed and would look for in future. After this, we had a few more stops in some shops to try and sell us things. The first one was a perfume shop. To my great surprise, the young lady explaining and trying to sell us flower essences and perfume spoke amazing Spanish - to the point of stopping to correct her mistakes (definitely at a C1/C2 level) and to the point where my jaw might have been hitting the floor in astonishment (I think my Mexican tongue makes more mistakes in Spanish than her in a day, honestly). She gave a really nice explanation, and my favorite part was that it was the most comprehensible explanation of anything Egyptian I had heard up to that point in the day. At this point, I was a bit frustrated with the tour experience, disappointed we hadn’t spent more time at the 3 great pyramids, and asked the tour guide if we could move to the next part of the tour (Memphis and the stepped pyramid) - he shut me down immediately and said there were “only two more” shops to go and see. FML - not what I expect when I book a private tour. We went to a museum/shop where they sold papyrus (cool to see the little demo they gave, and the young lady also spoke good Spanish). And then we went to an Egyptian cotton store - where they sold t-shirts and other cotton clothes (not really sure why this was so authentic or necessary for the tour). After each visit to one of these stores/museums, the tour guide or the driver would go back in - I think this was to check if we had bought anything, as I presume they take their cut of the money for bringing in a tourist. A bit of a disappointing thing at this point was that seeing how we hadn’t bought any souvenirs up to this point, the driver reminded us that tipping was “at least” 20 dollars. After this we drove down to the Mit Rahina museum (altogether - I wasn’t that impressed). Yes, there’s a huge remaining half of a statue of Rameses II, but they call it going to see the “ancient capital” of Egypt, so I guess it was oversold and underwhelming. This isn’t really the fault of the tour or the tour guide, just my honest opinion about the museum - I could have spent more time at either one of the pyramid sites, taking in the majesty of the construction, and would have enjoyed it more. We then made it to the stepped pyramid (aka the Saqqara pyramid), and had a bit more time here - this part was actually great, and did feel like we could spend some time admiring the pyramids and enjoying the unique experience. After this, we went to a carpet museum/shop, which was actually pretty cool to see - and the guide here also spoke great Spanish, so we had a nice experience learning through his explanations. At each of the stops - the guide would get out, and have a coffee or tea while we received the sales pitch. This was the end of the tour - at this point we were going back to Cairo. Once arriving in Cairo, we made another stop at a papyrus museum/shop- really unnecessary at this point, but this Egyptologist guide was a more relentless salesman than an Egyptologist, I guess. We got the same explanation about papyrus (still interesting) - but truly- and I don’t say this sarcastically- got a kick out of the salesman explaining it to us in Spanish which gradually deteriorated into Italian. I felt like I could understand most of his Italian towards the end and made me confident of my future Italian lessons on Duolingo. At this point, the guide left us (no complaints) and the driver (nice guy, from the small interactions we had) took us back to the hotel. Oh, and before I forget, we were in such a rush to see that spice shop that we spent all of 3 minutes with the Spinx 🤦♂️. For a tour whose description starts with “Escape Giza’s persistent hawkers”, I feel like I ended up with Cairo’s greatest hawker as my tour guide. Will have to come back for the Sphinx, and definitely not with this agency. Summarized Feedback: Egyptologist - more of a salesman Tour of the pyramids - you spend more time in museum/shops than with the pyramids Camel ride - could be fun, but not my cup of tea Lunch - good! Sphinx - 🤦♂️ Mit Rahina museum - skippable Saqqara - great
- Nallely S00An informative tour of historical Egyptian sitesOur tour was amazing and informative. Our tour guide Sam was very knowledgeable and friendly. The tour covered many of the historical Egyptian sites. My family and I would definitely recommend this tour.
- 103opalw00Best tour guide Sam.Sam our tour guide was the best thing that happen to us on this trip. He made sure that we saw all the historical sites. Best foods and he is now an honorary Jamaican. Our group was 16 strong and he was amazing.
- sherriffw202300Best tour ever!!!!We were a group of 16 with friends and families. Our tour guide Sam gave us one of the best experience ever and we had great time. He was kind, welcoming, patient, energetic and very informative to say the least. I would recommend Sam everyday any day.
- Stay0332174889400Ramadan and Desuqi are the best!Ramadan (my tour guide) was absolutely incredible. He was super knowledgeable about the history of the pyramids given his background in archeology and was always super helpful (and funny!) along the way. Our driver Desuqi (Muhammad) was also fantastic. Highly recommend both of them!
- Kat L00Absolutely fantasticFantastic day with Ahmed and Hany. Ahmed got us through the museum to all the key parts so swiftly despite the crowds, very knowledgeable and answering any questions we had. Very patient allowing us time to admire the everything. Perfumery was nice but felt obligated to buy. Bazaar was one small shop but had everything you would want and also personalised jewellery. Pyramids and sphinx was incredible, I struggled to walk up the hill due to the heat so Ahmed called Hany who then drove us up to the camels. Papyrus store was good and got a personalized art . On way back we mentioned that we needed a new suitcase, they gracefully found us a shop where we could purchase one and patiently waited whilst we looked around.
- 493marissal00Amazing day outAhmed and Hany provided us with an amazing day out to see the Museum in Cairo, Pyramids of Giza & Sphinx, including Lunch, Shopping and more. Despite the crazy traffic in Cairo, we felt safe as Hany drove us around the city and Ahmed was very knowledgeable, answering all of our questions about Egypt and the artefacts that we saw. My suitcase had broke when I arrived in Cairo and so they also went the extra mile by taking us to a local store to buy a new one before dropping us back to our hotel. I’d 100% recommend
- blab68800Great ValueI booked this trip at the airport and paid 2x as much this is a better value. Otherwise the trip itself is the same and it was fun.
- N6906IZamyd00Giza tourOur guide Sayad was amazing! He was friendly, knowledgeable, and a fantastic photographer! Thank you so much for helping to create such a memorable experience!
- J9029ECkimb00Giza excursionSayad Mohammed and our driver were punctual and we started out already learning from from him. Sayad was able to answer all of our questions. Our day was fun and enjoyable. The itinerary was just the right mix of key points of interest. And Sayad is an excellent photographer! Many thanks!
- pethrinal00Sam the best tour guide everSam was the best tour guide ever. We were a group of 16 Jamaicans and we had the best time. We ate amazing food, saw the most historic sights in Cairo, Memphis and Saqqarah. Would definitely recommend 💯
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