This trip has been graded as grade A, grade A trips are suitable for all clients with average health and fitness. No experience of any activity involved is necessary. Egypt can get hot, especially during our summer, which can cause discomfort whilst travelling. Care should be taken to drink a lot of bottled water. The hottest months tend to be June to September when temperaturescan reach as high as 38 to 40 degrees in the South of the country. The hotels, cruise boat or Train that we use for our travelers are of a high standard.
 Tour Type: Cultural, City. History and Other
 Transportation Method: We will use an air-conditioned vehicle and a private driver to travel between sites. There is a fair bit of walking.
 Activity Level: Moderate

Important Note:
 We are a Muslim country so please dress properly when traveling to Egypt
 Kindly respect the sentiments of the Locals, while visiting the Places of Worship / Historic Monument.
 Normal check in Time in hotels is 1400 hrs and check out time is 1200 hrs.
 Consumption of Alchohol “in public” is an offence
 Sleeper Train has no Policy of triple sharing.
 This just an offer rates and no bookings sent to the hotels.
 Hotel we have mentioned above could have no availability so we will book similar.
 See Some arabic words That will help you :- 🙂
1- Aiwa – ( Yes ).
2- La – ( No ).
3- Ezzayak( How are you {to a man}- f . Ezzayik )
4- Min Fadlak ( Please – {to a man} – f. Min Fadlik ) .. feel free to email us for more.


Day 1
Arrival Cairo

Arrival to the land of the pharaohs. At Cairo international airport you will be welcomed then You will be transferred to your hotel on a modern a private air-conditioned vehicle for check-in. Overnight in Cairo.
Welcome sign at the airport ( Egypt ).

Day 2
Giza Pyramids – Tahrir square -Egyptian Museum- ( B/L)

8:00 AM Meeting then The day starts with a guided tour in Giza to visit the legendary majestic Pyramids of Cheops, Chefren and Mykerionos to view these spectacular man-made monuments. Afterwards a tour of the great Sphinx; guarding the Royal Burial Chambers and temple of Kheops. we will have our Lunch and Then you will be transferredto the EgyptianMuseum which is considered to be the most ancient museum in the world. You will have a guided tour inside to see the golden treasure of Tut-Ankh-Amun& a great gallery of statues & portraits and much more Then you will be transferred to Tahrir Square where the revolution of Egypt 2011.
At the end of the day you will be transferred back to your hotel & overnight.

Day 3
Cairo to Mount Sinai - (B/L /D)

5:00 AM Following breakfast & check out of the hotel, you will be transferred by private A/C car to St.Catherine, crossing under the water of Suez Canal via Ahmed Hamdy Tunnel, in the way we will cross Oyoun Musa (Muse’s springs) then drive through the Asiatic part of Egypt to reach Nabi Moses Mountain about 1:00 pm. (Lunch box will be presented during the trip) Check-In our hotel there and Rest of the day free time in the holy place. Dinner and overnight in hotel or climbing the Mountain.

Day 4
Visit Mose’s Mountain, St. Catherine Monastery - Taba Border To Eilat ( Jerusalem ) –( B-L )

1:00 AM your day will start with a climb on Mount Sinai at Gebel Musa, where the prophet Moses received the Ten Commandments – around 2,285 meters to experience the sun rise with unforgettable view for the sun rising. Then climb down the mountain for visiting the Monastery (if open).
After breakfast checkout then you will be transferred by private A/C car to Tab Border for crossing to Eilat border then arrival Jerusalem late night and overnight.

Day 5
The Mount of Olives - The Old City - The Western Wall –( B )

8:30 We start with a breathtaking view of Jerusalem. As if in the palm of our hand, we see the Old City and the Temple Mount area spread before us and imagine the Second Temple destroyed in 70 CE and Solomon’s Temple before that, destroyed in 586 BCE. As we drive along the Kidron Valley, also known as the Valley of Jehoshaphat (Joel 3:2) we have an excellent view of the Mount of Olives including the Garden of Gethsemane (Mat 26:36ff) and the Church of All Nations as well as of the monumental ancient Jewish burial tombs including Yad Avshalom, Beni Hazir and perhaps Zechariah.
Before entering the Old City through the Zion Gate we pass the Dormition Church where, some believe, Mary was assumed to heaven. We ascend to the traditional Room of the Last Supper, the Coenaculum (Mat 26:17-19) which is also perhaps where the disciples met after the ascension of Jesus to heaven (Acts 1:12-14). Possibly this is where “tongues as of fire” appeared before them. (Acts 2:1-4).
Also in Mount Zion is the Tomb of David. The large cenotaph is with a drape on which are embroidered various attributes of King David including the lyre he played, a crown and the words “David, King of Israel lives forever” in Hebrew. As this is a holy site for the Jewish people men and women are separated. As we enter the Old City through the Zion gate we are in the Armenian Quarter and in its center the Church of St. James. We continue to the excavated Byzantine Cardo. Although this fifteen hundred year old main street of Jerusalem was partially destroyed and unused during the Moslem conquest it had a brief new lease of life during the Crusader period and the excavated Crusader shops are now modern stores. Continuing through the Jewish Quarter we proceed to the Western Wall (Kotel). This two thousand year old wall is part of the encircling and supporting wall built by king Herod when the Temple Mount area was enlarged. As we walk along the Via Dolorosa we join the many pilgrims who are following the Stations of the Cross ending at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the church built over the place of the crucifixion of Jesus and the burial tomb. Originally built in the Byzantine period, it was partially destroyed during the Persians and Moslem conquests and then rebuilt and slightly altered by the Crusaders. We end with a short stroll through the market place. Back to hotel in Jerusalem.

Day 6
Jericho - The Oasis of Ein Gedi – Dead Sea –( B )

08.30, As we descend 1,200 meters from Jerusalem through the wilderness of the Judean Desert to the Dead Sea, we pass the Inn of the Good Samaritan and stop briefly at the “sea level” marker. In the distance we see Jericho, the oldest city in the world, perhaps due to its luxuriant oasis and its proximity to the Dead Sea, an ancient source of salt and we recall the conquest of Jericho by the Israelite tribes, led by Joshua, who had just crossed the Jordan River into the Promised Land. (Josh 6). We continue along the shores of the Dead Sea to Masada. As we ascend in the cable car, we look down at the Snake path which was used two thousand years ago when King Herod built this fortress like palace. In fact, there were two palaces, as well as a swimming pool and a well-preserved beautiful bath-house.
Maintained by a small Roman legion after the death of Herod, it was seized by Jewish zealots at the beginning of the Jewish revolt against the Romans which culminated in the destruction of the Second Temple in the year 70 CE. We stand over the ramp, built for the Romans by their Jewish slaves, which facilitated the breaching of the wall after three years of siege.
The synagogue, which was built by Herod, proved conclusively to those who doubted that there were synagogues even while the Second Temple stood. We see where the first piece of parchment to be discovered in an Israeli archaeological excavation was found. And on it, legible to the naked eye were the words of the prophet Ezekiel, the “dry bones” prophecy, ending with the promise “I will take the children of Israel from among the nations … and bring them in to their own land … and the nations shall know that I the Lord do sanctify Israel …” (Ezek 37)
On our return journey we pass the oasis of Ein Gedi where David hid from the wrath of King Saul (I Sam 24:1ff) and Qumran where the two thousand year old Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. Finally we enjoy a therapeutic swim in the Dead Sea, the lowest place on earth, where the water is almost 35% salt and even those who cannot swim can float. Back to Hotel in Jerusalem

Day 7
Departure – (B)

Pick up from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv for your flight home

Cost Includes

  • - Arrival and Departure assist .
  • - All transfers as mentioned by air conditioned vehicles.
  • - 02 night’s accommodation in hotel in Cairo on Bed & breakfast basis.
  • - 01 night in Hotel in Mount Sinai on half Board.
  • - 03 Nights in Jerusalem Hotel accommodation on B/B basis.
  • - Entrance fees to the area of the listed sites as mentioned with in the packages.
  • - Excellent English Speaking Guide during sightseeing tour.
  • - 01 small mineral water per person per day.
  • - Free WI Fi within the Van in Egypt.

Cost Excludes

  • - International & domestic Airfare.
  • - ** Egypt / Jerusalem tourist visa.
  • - Tips for drivers, guides, representatives, hotel etc.( 5 each person per day )
  • - Drinks, Beverages & Mineral water during all the meals.
  • - Entrance fees ticket inside the Great Pyramids in Cairo and the Tomb of King Tut
  • - Entrance fees ticket for the Mummies hall in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
  • - Any Personal expenses, services not mentioned in the package.
  • - Optional Tours and Meals :-
  • - Sound and Light show at Giza, Cairo-
  • - Dinner at Cruise with Tanora dance show –
  • - Please Allow US 10 -25 per day for additional Good meals

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