Dubai & Egypt Highlights


Dubai, Cairo, Luxor, Nile, Aswan.

Find Pyramids, Mummies, and more with a private, proficient Egyptologist.

Give testimony regarding the magnificent Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest construction.

Multi-night journey on the Nile, with private guided Shore outings.

Eat-in the desert as a component of an evening Jeep Safari from Dubai.

Premium facilities as suggested by provincial subject matter experts.

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Discovery, Family, Guided Tours
  • Activity Level Leisurely
  • Group Size Medium Group
All about the Dubai & Egypt Highlights.

A travel experience like no other

This example schedule was made by specialists and is intended to motivate your next trip. It is fit to be tweaked to suit your inclinations, tastes, and spending plan so you can interface with nearby societies and experience credible travel on your own terms, and leaving at whatever point you pick.

  • DAY 1

DUBAI Get Settled

  • Airport Meet & Greet (Gold) – Assistant
  • Airport – Vehicle/Driver
  • Dinner (not included).


  • DAY 2

DUBAI Secrets of the City

  • Full-Day Modern Dubai with Burj Khalifa Experience – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • Dinner (not included).


  • DAY 3

DUBAI Sights and Insights

  • Dubai Old City Tour (4 hrs) – Private
  • Bateaux Dubai Creek Dinner Cruise (2-2.5 hrs, with Private Transfers) – Shared
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 4

DUBAI Date Night

  • Optional Activities
  • 1/2 Day Afternoon Platinum Dinner Safari (Private Vehicle) (4 hrs) – Vehicle/Driver-Guide
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 5


  • Airport – Vehicle/Driver
  • Air – Dubai – Cairo [4 hrs] – Separate Purchase
  • Airport Assistance and Visa Service – Representative
  • Airport – Vehicle/Driver/Representative
  • Dinner (not included).


  • DAY 6

CAIRO Cross an Item off the Bucket List

  • Half-Day Pyramids of Giza & the Sphinx, Entrance to Chephren Pyramid – Private Tour
  • Camel Ride by the Great Pyramids
  • Lunch at a Local Restaurant
  • Dinner at Marriott Mena House Hotel – Dinner Included
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 7

CAIRO TO LUXOR TO NILE The Journey Continues…

  • Airport – Vehicle/Driver/Representative
  • Air – Cairo – Luxor [Direct (1 hr)] – Economy
  • Airport – Vehicle/Driver
  • Embarkation (Noon)
  • Lunch on Board (Included)
  • Half-Day Temples of Karnak and Luxor – Private Tour
  • Cruise Entertainment
  • Dinner on Board (Included).


  • DAY 8

LUXOR TO NILE It’s All Ancient History

  • Half-Day Valley of Kings & Queens with King Tut’s Tomb – Private Tour
  • Sail to Edfu via Esna
  • Lunch on Board (Included)
  • Cruise Entertainment
  • Dinner on Board (Included).


  • DAY 9

NILE A Walk Through the Past

  • Half-Day Edfu Horus Temple Tour – Private Tour
  • Lunch on Board (Included)
  • Half-Day Kom Ombo Temple Tour – Private Tour
  • Dinner on Board (Included)
  • Sail to Aswan
  • Cruise Entertainment.


  • DAY 10

ASWAN TO NILE A Healthy Dose of History

  • Half-Day Kitchener Island & Aga Khan Tour – Private
  • Lunch (included)
  • Half-Day High Dam, Temple of Philae & Obelisk Tour – Private Tour
  • Dinner (included)
  • Cruise Entertainment
  • Overnight at Port.


  • DAY 11

ASWAN TO CAIRO On the Road Again

  • Disembarkation
  • Airport – Vehicle/Driver
  • Air – Aswan – Cairo [Daily Direct (1.5 hrs)] – Economy
  • Airport – Vehicle/Driver/Representative
  • Full-Day Old Cairo Tour – Private Tour
  • Lunch at a Local Restaurant
  • Dinner (not included).


  • DAY 12

CAIRO Explore with an Expert

  • Full-Day Egyptian Museum Tour – Private Tour
  • Lunch at a Local Restaurant
  • Cairo by Night & Khan Khalili Bazaar (with Dinner) – Private Tour
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 13

CAIRO Safe Travels!

  • Airport – Vehicle/Driver/Representative.


The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • One bag and one carry-on per individual for trip moves
  • Breakfast every morning at your lodging, in addition to any suppers demonstrated in the schedule
  • Hello at the air terminal or at your convenience from one of our agents – your master will affirm your meet and welcome area with you
  • Nearby private aides or shared visits that take you through your schedule features and encounters, your last agenda will affirm the sort of visit
  • A private driver for visits and moves (in certain nations our nearby private aides additionally go about as your driver – your Destination Expert will examine with you if pertinent)
  • All convenience stays, visits, and moves for planned exercises are covered, except if in any case recorded in the schedule
  • every minute of every day in-objective help from our nearby office
  • A completely modified agenda dependent on your inclinations and timetable.
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Visa charges, vaccination expenses, and nearby flight charges (when pertinent)
  • Discretionary improvements like room or flight updates, or neighborhood camera or video charges
  • Extra touring, exercises, and encounters outside of your schedule
  • Early registration or late registration from inns (except if in any case determined)
  • Individual charges like clothing, calls, SIM cards, or room administration
  • Abundance stuff charges, and where pertinent, things excluded from your toll
  • Snacks, suppers, and beverages (heavy drinker and non-drunkard), except if indicated in the schedule
  • Tips for administrations and encounters
  • Visas (except if noted)
  • Travel protection, which we offer and can be bought after you’ve booked your visit
  • Your global airfare – kindly can let your master say whether you’d prefer to get valuing from our Air Team.
  1. Day 1 DUBAI

    Get Settled

    For your additional solace, an English-talking colleague will be hanging tight for you at the appearance entryway holding a sign with your name on it. You will be helped through migration, air terminal security, and a devoted quick track counter. Doorman administration is given at the baggage belt territory as it were. You will likewise get a voucher for admittance to the Marhaba takeoff relax as of now.

    A private vehicle with a driver will give an exchange between the air terminal and inn.

  2. Day 2 DUBAI

    Privileged insights of the City

    A private vehicle will get you from your inn for this private visit through Dubai. Current Dubai offers guests an assorted encounter from the extraordinary appeal of customary souks to rousing present-day high rises. Your day starts with a visit to The Dubai Mall, one of the World’s biggest retail outlets situated close to the notorious Burj Khalifa. Here, you will visit the elite Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo and experience the outlandish marvels of amphibian life direct. Be blessed to receive an outstanding submerged experience as you meet eye-to-eye with sharks, stingrays, and different types of fish in their regular territory. The visit proceeds with a visit to the World’s tallest structure, the Burj Khalifa. Start your vertical rising to the perception deck in a fast lift, going at 10 meters each second. As the entryways open, floor-to-roof glass dividers give an amazing unhampered 360-degree perspective on the city, desert, and sea. Following this energizing visit, you will drive towards Dubai Marina locale, which offers a select climate for living, relaxation, and business, just to be trailed by the world’s biggest man-made island, that has caught the world’s creative mind with its radiant scale and inventiveness, called The Palm Jumeirah. A concise photograph stop inverse the extravagant Atlantis The Palm Hotel a radiant, maritime accolade for a legendary age, will intrigue all. Upon the finish of the visit, get comfortable for a private exchange back to your lodging.

    Note: Original ID/Passport is obligatory for this movement.

  3. Day 3 DUBAI

    Sights and Insights

    Meet your private driver and guide for a half-day visit that will offer you a chance to see some of old Dubai’s most captivating destinations. This is a city that gives another setting every step of the way, luxuriously combining as one the old and the upgraded; it’s doubtlessly the main traveler location in the Middle East. Dubai is a city of ages that emerges from the desert and crowns the bay coast with its quality. This visit takes you on an excursion that shows you the old and new Dubai. Find out about the nineteenth-century life in Dubai as you visit the Dubai Museum and weave through the back streets of the Al Fahidi Historical District. Then, board an ’abra’, a customary water taxi that carried local people during that time across the Dubai Creek. On the contrary side of the Creek go for a walk through the flavor market, foods are grown from the ground market and the Gold Souk. You will likewise stop for a chance to take photos of the Jumeirah Mosque, a design milestone in Dubai. As you clear your path through this entrancing city, make certain to keep your eyes stripped for the notable Union House Flag where the UAE fashioned an association practically 50 years prior. Polish your free day with a visit to Jumeirah Beach where you will get an opportunity to take pictures with the notable Burj Al Arab behind the scenes. Your excursion closes with a private exchange back to your inn.

    Step onboard the Bateaux Dubai for a remarkable voyage insight, which will take you past Dubai’s most rousing sights in glass-encased splendor.  An entrancing journey on the Bateaux Dubai will give you the exceptional chance to encounter newly arranged connoisseur food from the individual kitchen installed. This visit incorporates a private vehicle with a driver, which will move you from your lodging to the journey, and return your endless supply of the voyage.

  4. Day 4 DUBAI

    A night out on the town

    Discretionary Activities (Not Included)

    Dubai is blending speculative chemistry of significant practices and driven advanced vision. A clamoring microcosm of the world, the variety here is surprising and can be found in engineering, music, style, and food. With a set of experiences established in the Islamic practice, here the advanced meets the antiquated as you investigate and find what Dubai is to you. Here you can eat like Bedouin, dance on the seashore, lose all sense of direction in the notable maze of Al Fahidi District, visit the Dubai Museum, the craftsmanship displays, or shop in the advanced Dubai Mall or in the gold, zest, or noteworthy souks for neighborhood expressions and fortunes. For those looking for more experience visit the Wild Wadi Water Park or ride up the Burj Khalifa for amazing perspectives from the perception deck. In the desert ride a camel, go sandboarding, 4×4 investigating, or take off up into the clouds over the desert by tourist balloon!

    Request that your movement expert incorporate one of these, or other interesting encounters, in your agenda.

    You are sincerely welcomed for a high-end food experience under the stars inside a Royal desert retreat on this extreme Luxury Desert Safari. Your chariot is the lavish Range Rover, the rough terrain vehicle of the decision of sovereignty, the rich and renowned. Your master Desert Safari Guide will lead you on a delicate excursion through the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve looking for outlandish local natural life. A tasty supper at your isolated private set-up settled inside the restrictive grounds of the Royal desert retreat anticipates you. Your six-course supper is served on a table made out of an antique Arabic wooden entryway and sits alongside your private Majlis, complete with silk rugs and delicate, feathery pads where you can unwind by your huge fire. Loosen up under the stars in this once in a blue moon experience that lone a special minority will be adequately fortunate to have.


    On the way

    A private vehicle with a driver will give an exchange between the air terminal and inn.

    Get onto a departure from Dubai to Cairo. The flight length is around 3 hours and 45 minutes. Separate buy required.

    For your additional solace, upon your landing in the air terminal, an air terminal agent will welcome you in the passage and escort you through traditions and movement. The agent will encourage the included visa measure for you. Proceed to the baggage carousel lobby and traveler get. Here an air terminal agent will assist you with interfacing your private exchange to your inn.

    Appreciate a private air terminal exchange joined by an English-talking agent.

  6. Day 6 CAIRO

    Cross a thing off the Bucket List

    The Great Pyramids of Giza are the most notable picture of Egyptology and an outright should see on any outing to Cairo. Meet with your private guide, driver, and Egyptologist, and head to Giza to find this wonder and the lone enduring site of the first Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Start with a visit to the contiguous Solar Boat Museum, home to the remade Khufu sun-powered boat. Step back from the historical center and wander about the stunning view of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Great Pyramids of Giza compared against the renowned Sphinx sculpture. The sheer magnificence and charm of the Sphinx have bewildered world explorers any semblance of Alexander the Great and Napoleon Bonaparte, a monumental scene against the scenery of the limitless desert behind it. The secrets of the Great Pyramids have aroused the interest of guests for millennia. Enter the Pyramid of Chephren, otherwise called the Pyramid of Khafre. The second tallest and second-biggest of the significant pyramids, it sets on bedrock 33 feet higher than Khufu’s pyramid, which causes it to have all the earmarks of being taller.

    A camel ride is an absolute necessity accomplish for all first-time Egypt explorers. Following your visit through this intriguing zone, climb onto your dromedary and appreciate a ride in the shadow of the Great Pyramid of Giza. Cross the desert scene protected by a portion of the planet’s most seasoned old designs and take in the perspectives on the powerful pyramids, including the Pyramid of Chephren and Mykerinus. Camel rides in the Giza complex accommodate amazing photograph openings!

    Unwind and appreciate a smorgasbord lunch at a nearby café, including a decision of a little jug of water, soda pop, tea, or espresso.

    Eat at one of Marriott Mena House’s delightful in-house cafés this evening.


    The Journey Continues…

    Appreciate a private air terminal exchange joined by an English-talking delegate.

    Get onto a trip in Cairo with direct help to Luxor. The estimated flight length is 60 minutes.

    If it’s not too much trouble, note, gear limitations apply to this territorial flight. 1) Maximum of one checked pack, weighing up to 50 lbs (23 kg) – Economy, 70 lbs (32 kgs) – Business; Checked things can’t be bigger than 62 direct inches (158cm). 2) Guests can likewise welcome a piece of lightweight baggage with the greatest load of 17 lbs (8 kg). Travelers flying in Business Class may welcome two bits of lightweight gear.

    Appreciate a private air terminal exchange joined by an English-talking guide.

    Welcome on board!

    Set aside some effort to get sunk into your stateroom and to investigate the length of your boat.

    This evening you’ll expedite at the port in Luxor.

    Luxor is home to one of the world’s most noteworthy outside galleries, with the vestiges of Karnak and the Temples of Luxor in simple reach alongside the East Bank of the city. With your private Egyptologist control, visit the noteworthy UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the landmarks of Karnak and Luxor, studying antiquated Egypt’s entrancing and extensive history. Start with a visit to the Temples of Karnak, walking around the Avenue of Sphinx to enter the complex. The Temples of Karnak make up the historical backdrop of Thebes and comprised of monster sandstone sections shipped 100 miles along the Nile stream, all-encompassing friezes. Find with your guide how the gigantic façade was built. Proceed to Luxor Temple which was once joined to the Temples of Karnak by a 1.25-mile-long Avenue of Sphinx, a segment of which denotes the passageway to the sanctuary. The sanctuary dates to around 1400 BC and is devoted to the restoration of authority instead of the Pharaohs, clique divine beings, or idolized variants of the ruler in death. During the Roman period, the sanctuary and its environmental factors filled in as a legionary fort and went about as the home of the Roman government nearby.

    Loosen up this evening ready the solace of your Nile voyage and appreciate the evening of amusement, including neighborhood Egyptian music.

  8. Day 8 LUXOR TO NILE

    It’s All Ancient History

    Probably the most fabulous locales altogether of Egypt can be found on the West Bank of the Nile, close to Luxor. Meet with your private guide and driver to go through a half-day investigating the West Bank of the Nile, home to the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens. Start with a visit to the Valley of the Kings to investigate the popular Tomb of Tutankhamun alongside two other fascinating burial chambers. Ruler Tut became Pharaoh at the young age of nine or ten, and the disclosure of his almost flawless burial chamber in 1922 captivated the world. For a time of almost a long time from the sixteenth to eleventh century BC, burial chambers were built for the rulers and incredible aristocrats of the New Kingdom (the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Dynasties of Ancient Egypt). Investigate the as of late revamped morgue sanctuary of Queen Hatshepsut, the second verifiably affirmed female Pharaoh. She is by and large viewed by Egyptologists as perhaps the best Pharaohs, ruling longer than some other lady of a native Egyptian tradition, and recognized as the principal extraordinary lady throughout the entire existence of whom we are educated. Next head to the close by Valley of the Queens, where the spouses of Pharaohs were covered during the 18th through 20th Dynasties. End the visit toward the West Bank with a visit to the Colossi of Memnon, the last landmarks of the morgue sanctuary of Amenhotep III.

    Today you’ll sail to Edfu, by means of Esna.  Overnight at the port in Edfu.

    Loosen up this evening ready the solace of your Nile voyage and appreciate the evening of diversion, including nearby Egyptian music.

  9. Day 9 NILE

    A Walk Through the Past

    A pony carriage will be hanging tight for you and your private guide when you land from your Nile voyage to investigate the Temple of Horus in Edfu. Committed to Horus, the bird of prey god, the sanctuary was worked from 230 to 57 BC by Ptolemy III and his replacements and is viewed as the best-protected faction sanctuary in Egypt as a result of its later development date. In spite of its late period birthplaces, it mirrors the customary pharaonic engineering, and the Temple’s recorded structure messages give an incredible thought of how every one of the sanctuaries once looked, with insights regarding their development. It fell into neglect as a strict landmark when the Roman Empire prohibited all non-Christian love inside the Empire in 391. Edfu is a great sanctuary and is the second-biggest in Egypt after Karnak Temple.

    Meet with your private guide and land from your Nile voyage to investigate by walking the Kom Ombo Temple, a one-of-a-kind Greco-Roman sanctuary committed to two divine beings: Sobek, the crocodile god, and Haroeris, the sun god. The Temple in Kom Ombo dates from around 180 BC, during a period known as the Ptolemaic time, and had a few augmentations based on it during Roman occasions. It stands directly on the bank of the Nile among Edfu and Aswan. The sanctuary is strange in that it is a twofold sanctuary, with one side committed to the god Haroesis and the opposite side to Sobek. The plan is totally balanced, with two one next to the other asylums and two equal paths driving through the external pieces of the sanctuary. The correct side is devoted to Sobek-Re (the crocodile god joined with the sun god Re), alongside his significant other (a type of Hathor) and their child Khonsu-Hor. Sobek is related to Seth, the adversary of Horus. In the fantasy of Horus and Osiris, Seth and his devotees changed themselves into crocodiles to getaway. The antiquated Egyptians accepted that by respecting the fearsome crocodile as a divine being, they would be protected from assaults. The left side is devoted to Haroeris, the ”Great Doctor” (a type of bird of prey-headed god Horus the Elder) alongside his associate Ta-Sent-Nefer, the ”Great Sister” (another type of Hathor).

    Keep cruising forward to Aswan, where you’ll expedite at the port this evening.

    Loosen up this evening ready the solace of your Nile voyage and appreciate the evening of amusement, including nearby Egyptian music.

  10. Day 10 ASWAN TO NILE

    A Healthy Dose of History

    Set sail on a Nile experience and take in the landscape around Aswan on board a customary, non-mechanized felucca. Delicately sail past the little, oval-formed El Nabatat Island, otherwise called Kitchener’s Island, and investigate the lavish Aswan Botanical Island that highlights trees from the 5 mainlands. View the Mausoleum of Aga Khan having a place with Sir Sultan Muhammed Shah prior to cruising once more into Aswan.

    The great Aswan High Dam was a wonder of design when it was developed. Initially considered to Egypt’s water system of farmland to moderate against dry season and starvation in low-water years, and flooding in high-water years. Visit the dam with your private guide and go through half-day finding out about Aswan. The dam dislodged more than 100,000 Nubians in Sudan and Egypt the same and was essential for a significant movement project for archeological locales under the UNESCO Nubia Campaign, including the Abu Simbel sanctuaries and Philae. Different locales were in the end overwhelmed by Lake Nasser, the world’s biggest fake lake that was made by the Aswan High Dam. At that point head to Philae and the Temple of Isis on Agilikia Island. Stop at the stone quarries to see the incomplete pillar, the biggest known old monolith, and a generally excellent commonsense showing of the techniques utilized by old experts to make amazing minutes. Imprints from laborers’ apparatuses are still unmistakably obvious on the bedrock.

    Loosen up this evening ready the solace of your Nile voyage and appreciate the evening of diversion, including neighborhood Egyptian music.

    This evening you’ll expedite at the port in Aswan.

  11. Day 11 ASWAN TO CAIRO

    On the Road Again

    Toward the beginning of today, you’ll land from your boat and say goodbye to the group.

    Appreciate a private air terminal exchange joined by an English-talking guide.

    Get onto a trip in Aswan with direct help to Cairo. The estimated flight length is one hour and 30 minutes.

    Kindly note, gear limitations apply to this provincial flight. 1) Maximum of one checked pack, weighing up to 50 lbs (23 kg) – Economy, 70 lbs (32 kgs) – Business; Checked things can’t be bigger than 62 square inches (158cm). 2) Guests can likewise welcome a piece of lightweight baggage with a most extreme load of 17 lbs (8 kg). Travelers flying in Business Class may welcome two bits of lightweight baggage.

    Appreciate a private air terminal exchange joined by an English-talking delegate.

    Cairo and the encompassing zone around the Nile have been occupied for centuries, and the core of old Cairo is as yet home to a large group of old vestiges recounting the narrative of the Persians and the early development of Christianity. With your private guide and driver, head to the remaining parts of the Babylon Fortress, initially developed by the Persians around the sixth century BC. These remnants are the city of Cairo’s most established unique construction – while the pyramids are more seasoned, they are close by Giza. Inside the bounds of the Fortress of Babylon are various significant Coptic Christian Churches, including the Church of St. Sergius and Bacchus Church, otherwise called Abu Serga, built on where the Holy Family is accounted for to have rested at during the finish of their excursion into Egypt. Visit the Hanging Church, probably the most established places of worship in Egypt. Its nave is suspended over an entry and the congregation was the seat of the Coptic Pope for quite a long time after it was migrated from Alexandria following the Muslim triumph of Egypt. See the Church of Saint Barbara, a durable illustration of antiquated Coptic engineering honoring a fourth-century neighborhood holy person. End the day with a visit to the Coptic Museum which houses the biggest assortment of Egyptian Christian antiques on the planet and significant instances of Coptic workmanship.

    Unwind and appreciate a smorgasbord lunch at a neighborhood eatery, including a decision of a little container of water, soda, tea, or espresso.

  12. Day 12 CAIRO

    Investigate with an Expert

    The Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, otherwise called the Egyptian Museum, is an authentic secret stash of Ancient Egypt’s relics, with a broad assortment of in excess of 120,000 things split between its displays and storerooms. Dive into the verifiable foundation of Egypt on an entire day private visit with your Egyptologist direct through the world’s biggest assortment of Pharaonic relics, appreciating the fortunes that are put away here for care. Tie together the glory of Cairo, Luxor, Aswan, and Abu Simbel with an assortment of archeological finds including sculptures, adornments, talismans, stone caskets, papyrus, old coins, and the accounts of acclaimed Egyptologists. Wonder about the dazzling magnificence of the Mask of Tutankhamun and his final resting place – Egypt’s most acclaimed teen ruler – despite the fact that his mummy is as yet in its unique burial chamber in the Valley of the Kings. Investigate the Royal Mummy Hall with your included extra charge, where a portion of the world’s most influential individuals are currently resting, exhumed from their burial chambers in the Valleys of the Kings and Queens.

    Unwind and appreciate a smorgasbord lunch at a nearby café, including a decision of a little container of water, soda, tea, or espresso.

    As the day attracts to a nearby, Cairo’s Khan Khalili Bazaar turns into an energetic scene: a labyrinth of shops fixed with keepsakes and collectibles, eateries and cafés, workshops, mosques, and food merchants. The sights and sounds blend in a captivating presentation over floating smells of newly heated bread and broiling meats. Walk around Al Moaz Street with your private guide, and wonder about the biggest convergence of archaic design treasures from the Islamic world. End the evening with a critical supper at the Egyptian café Naguib Mahfouz, situated in the core of the market. The eatery is one of Cairo’s top-of-the-line feasting foundations. After supper, get back to your inn by private vehicle.

  13. Day 13 CAIRO

    Safe Travels!

    Appreciate a private air terminal exchange joined by an English-talking delegate.