Hurghada Two Day Tours

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  • Cairo Overnight Trip Hurghada

    Cairo Overnight Trip Hurghada

    Sale! $0,00$240,00
    Are you looking for a memorable trip from Hurghada to explore the wonders of Cairo? We understand that travelling can be overwhelming, but we are here to help make your journey smooth and enjoyable. Our two-day trip will take you to the famous Pyramids of Giza and the Great Sphinx, where you can discover the rich history of Egypt. After a delicious lunch, you will have the chance to visit the Egyptian Museum and marvel at its impressive collection of over 250,000 genuine artefacts. On the second day, your private tour guide will take you to explore the charming Old Cairo. You will get to see the Citadel of Saladin and the Khan El-Khalili Bazaar, where you can shop for souvenirs and immerse yourself in the local culture. The trip price includes transfers, accommodation, and entrance tickets, so you don't have to worry about a thing. We understand that travelling can be tiring, and that's why we have arranged for a comfortable private vehicle with air-conditioning to take you from your hotel in Hurghada to Cairo and back. Our compassionate and sympathetic team will be there to assist you throughout the journey, making sure that you have a safe and enjoyable experience. Book your trip with us today and create unforgettable memories in Egypt!
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  • Cairo Alexandria Excursion Hurghada

    Cairo Alexandria Excursion Hurghada

    Sale! $120,00$130,00
    We are pleased to offer you a two-day trip to Cairo and Alexandria, where you can explore the rich history of Egypt. We will take you on a comfortable bus from Hurghada to see the magnificent Pyramids of Giza and the Great Sphinx. After lunch, we will take a boat trip across the beautiful Nile River, and we will visit the impressive Egyptian Museum. On the second day, we will travel to Alexandria to visit the Montaza Palace Gardens and the Citadel Fortress of Kite Bay. We will stop for lunch at a lovely fish restaurant and enjoy the city tour. You will also have the opportunity to see the Roman Amphitheater, Abu al-Abbas Mosque, and the famous Alexandria Library. We understand that travelling can be tiring, so we have arranged for a comfortable stay at the Movenpick Pyramids Hotel in Cairo, where you can relax and recharge. Our experienced and knowledgeable guide will accompany you throughout the tour, providing you with fascinating insights into the history and culture of Egypt. Included in the package are all the entrance fees, two lunches at local restaurants, and mineral water and soft drinks on board the vehicle. We want you to have a safe and enjoyable trip, and we will take care of everything else. Thank you for choosing us to be your travel partner.
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  • Egyptian museum in Cairo

    Two day Private Trip to Cairo Hurghada

    Sale! $250,00
    Are you seeking a remarkable two-day trip from Hurghada to explore the marvels of Cairo? We understand that travelling can be overwhelming, but we are here to make your journey smooth and enjoyable. Our trip will take you to the famous Pyramids of Giza and the Great Sphinx, where you can discover the rich history of Egypt. After a delightful lunch, you will also have the opportunity to visit the Egyptian Museum and marvel at its impressive collection of over 250,000 authentic artefacts. On the second day, your private tour guide will take you to explore the charming Old Cairo, where you will see the Citadel of Saladin and the Khan El-Khalili Bazaar, allowing you to shop for souvenirs and immerse yourself in the local culture. Our trip price includes transfers, accommodation, and entrance tickets, eliminating worries. We understand that travelling can be tiring, so we have arranged for a comfortable private vehicle with air-conditioning to take you from your hotel in Hurghada to Cairo and back. Our compassionate and sympathetic team will assist you throughout the journey, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience. Book your trip today and create unforgettable memories in Egypt!
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  • Individual Trip to El Minya from Hurghada

    El Minya Two Day Trip Hurghada

    Sale! $400,00
    Are you ready to embark on a thrilling journey to uncover the secrets of a kingdom lost to time? Look no further than Al Minya! This ancient city, located in the heart of Egypt and along the Nile, was once the capital of this great land until around 1470 B.C. Akhenaten and his stunning queen, Nefertiti, built their new capital at Tel Amarna with a grand temple dedicated to Atun. And the best part? The ruins of their kingdom still stand tall today, just waiting for you to discover them. On a two-day guided trip to El-Minya from Hurghada, you'll have the opportunity to explore not one, not two, but three grand historical sights! Tuna El-Gabel, Tell Al Amarna, and Beni Hassan Tombs await your arrival. And don't worry about a thing - the trip price includes comfortable accommodation, delicious lunch, transfers, and a knowledgeable guide to show you the way. But that's not all. El Minya is home to nearly six million Egyptians and boasts religious and historical significance. In addition to the ruins of Akhenaten and Nefertiti's kingdom, you can also visit the tombs of the nobles in Tuna El Gebal and Beni Hassan. And did you know? The holy family even stopped in El Minya during their journey to Egypt. So what are you waiting for? Book your trip today and experience all the wonder and excitement that El Minya has to offer. Your package includes transportation in a private air-conditioned car, an English-speaking licensed tour guide, admission to all the mentioned sights, two delicious lunch meals at local restaurants, and even bottled water for your journey. And with accommodation at a Nile view hotel, including a bed and breakfast, you'll have everything you need for an unforgettable adventure. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity!
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  • Cairo Trip by Plane Hurghada

    Two Day Cairo Trip by Flight Hurghada

    Sale! $370,00
    Embark on an unforgettable journey to the majestic city of Cairo with our two-day excursion by air from Hurghada. This tour is designed to take you on an exciting adventure, exploring the most famous sights in Cairo, such as the iconic Pyramids of Giza, the Great Sphinx, and the Egyptian Museum, home to King Tutankhamun's treasures. With your private guide, you'll explore the charming alleys and ancient mosques of old Cairo and shop until you drop at the bustling Khan el Khalil bazaar. Fully immerse yourself in Cairo's wonders, so we'll take care of all the ticket arrangements and transfers, leaving you free to focus on making unforgettable memories. Our Cairo Excursions by Air from Hurghada are the perfect way to explore this historic city in style. During your two-day tour, you'll be awestruck by the beauty of the Giza Pyramids and Sphinx and amazed by the world's most extensive collection of Ancient Egyptian artefacts at the Egypt Museum. We'll even give you plenty of time to explore the famous Khan El Khalil bazaar before taking you back to Hurghada. We know your vacation time is precious, so we've ensured our Private Cairo 2-day Tour by plane from Hurghada is free from unwanted stops or shopping tours. We want you to have the best possible experience, so we offer private tours tailored to your group size. Please note, however, that small groups are subject to availability. Our unbeatable tour package lets you enjoy a delicious lunch and stay in a fabulous Cairo hotel with stunning Pyramids views. Don't miss out on the adventure of a lifetime! Book your Private Cairo 2-day Tour by plane from Hurghada today, and let us take care of everything else.
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  • Cairo Alexandria Tour

    Cairo Alexandria Private Tour Hurghada

    Sale! $250,00
    Embark on a thrilling 2-day sightseeing tour from Hurghada and head north to explore the wonders of Cairo and Alexandria. Witness the grandeur of ancient Egypt as you visit the iconic Egyptian Museum, the magnificent Pyramids of Giza, the enigmatic Sphinx, and the Valley Temple. Relish a comfortable overnight stay before proceeding to the charming Mediterranean city of Alexandria to discover its highlights. With the convenience of an air-conditioned bus, you can enjoy the scenic journey back to Hurghada. Enjoy a delightful lunch and relish the included accommodation and hotel transfers, all while traveling in style on our A/C vehicle. Our tour offers a splendid opportunity to discover the breathtaking Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinus, followed by an immersive experience with the Sphinx, a fascinating structure with a pharaoh's head and a lion's body. Satisfy your hunger with a delicious lunch at a local restaurant, then immerse yourself in the Egyptian Museum of Arts, which showcases a fine collection spanning over 5000 years of art, including a dedicated exhibit featuring Tutankhamun's treasures transferred from his tomb at temples valley. At the end of an exhilarating day, you'll be transferred to your hotel in Cairo for a well-deserved rest. As the sun rises, embark on a scenic journey towards Alexandria, the second capital of Egypt, where you'll be awe-struck by the legendary Alexandria Library, the Catacombs of Kom El Shokafa, and the unique catacombs in Egypt. You'll also visit the Qaitbay Citadel, a stunning 15th-century fortress built by Sultan Qaitbay on the ruins of Alexandria's ancient lighthouse. Our Cairo & Alexandria tour promises to be an unforgettable experience, and you'll stay overnight at a hotel in Cairo before travelling to Alexandria to visit Pompey's Column, Fort Qait Bey, and Alexandria Library. Finally, we'll drive you back to your hotel in Hurghada, leaving you with memories to cherish for a lifetime.
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  • overnight trip to luxor from Hurghada

    Luxor Overnight Trip Hurghada

    Sale! $130,00$350,00
    Experience the best of Luxor with our private two-day trip from Hurghada. We provide accommodation, entrance tickets, and guidance for your convenience. Travel in style with our private air-conditioned minibus, ensuring a comfortable journey. On the first day, visit the Karnak Temple, Temple of Luxor, and enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. The second day includes visits to the temple of millions of years of Amenhotep III - Colossi of Memnon, the Valley of the Kings, and the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. Our overnight trip tour to Luxor from Hurghada gives you more time to discover the capital of Egypt. Start your journey early in the morning, where you will be picked up from your hotel and transferred to Luxor. Meet your private tour guide, who will take you to the Karnak Temple, the largest temple complex ever built by man. Continue your journey to the Temple of Luxor, where the festival of Opet was held, and enjoy lunch with a Nile view. In the evening, take an optional tour of the Sound and Light Show at Karnak, where you will learn about the glorious achievements of the great Pharaohs. Spend the night at the luxurious hotel. On the second day, enjoy breakfast at your hotel and visit the Valley of the Kings, home to the final resting place of Egypt's rulers. Explore the well-preserved Hatshepsut Temple, built on three levels with two wide ramps. Admire the Colossi of Memnon, two massive stone statues of King Amenhotep III. Have lunch at a Nile-view restaurant before we drive you back to your hotel in Hurghada. Our inclusions provide you with everything you need for an unforgettable experience. Accommodation at the 5* Nile Palace Luxor, tours to the most beautiful and preserved temples of Ancient Egypt, the service of a professional tour guide, and more. Trust in our personal assistance during tours, bottled water during your trip, and all transfers by air-conditioned vehicle. The entrance fees to the mentioned sites and sailing with Felucca are also included. Book your trip today and experience the best Luxor has to offer.
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  • Aswan Abu Simbel Trip Hurghada

    Aswan Abu Simbel Trip Hurghada

    Sale! $270,00$450,00
    Embark on a wonderful journey filled with sightseeing activities that will take you to Aswan attractions and beyond to Nubia, where you will marvel at the temples of Abu Simbel. Your itinerary includes a visit to the High Dam, the Temple of Goddess Isis on Philae Island, the Unfinished Obelisk of Hatshepsut, and the temples of Ramses II. You'll even get to savour a boat picnic by Felucca over the Nile River. All your meals and accommodation are included in the trip price. We offer a two-day tour to Aswan and Abu Simbel from Hurghada hotels, where you will visit Aswan Highlights, The High Dam, The Temple of Goddess Isis on Phiala island, the Unfinished Obelisk and sail on the Nile with Felucca. You will also visit Abu Simbel, Ramses, the Second most great work, and the Temple of the Queen Nefertari. On day one, we will pick you up from your Hurghada hotel or Port Ghalib Hotels at 5:00 am sharp and start the journey to Aswan by private vehicle, which takes approximately four hours. You will visit the High Dam, Phiala temple, and the Unfinished Obelisk and enjoy sailing on the Nile with Egyptians Felucca. The Phiala temple was built to honour the goddess Isis and is the last temple built in the classical Egyptian style. The High Dam, on the other hand, is a rock-fill dam located at the northern border between Egypt and Sudan. Fed by the River Nile, the reservoir forms Lake Nasser. Construction for the project began in 1960 and was completed in 1968. The unfinished obelisk in Aswan is the source of ancient Egypt's finest granite used to make statues and embellish temples, pyramids, and obelisks. The large unfinished obelisk in the Northern Quarries has provided valuable insight into how these monuments were created. You will spend the night in Aswan in Basma Hotel. You can also opt for a trip to the Nubian village, which is one of Aswan's attractions. It's worth visiting and spending 2 hours as it's a very authentic and genuine place. It's colourful and artistic, and you will straight away feel the soul of this place. On day two, we will pick you up from your hotel in Aswan at 4:00 am and travel by air-conditioned vehicle from Aswan to Abu Simbel, which takes approximately three hours of driving before the heat of the day. The two temples were carved out of the mountainside during the reign of Pharaoh Ramesses II in the 13th century BC. Upon arrival, an Egyptologist guide will tell you all about one of the greatest and most whimsical pharaohs in Egyptian history. You will marvel at the main façade of the Great Temple to Ramesses II and its four statues of the pharaoh seated on his throne following his advancing age. The main temple is dedicated to Amon-Re Horakhty and Ptah, but it was constructed for the greater glory of its builder, Ramses the Great. You will continue to the smaller temple of Ramesses' consort, Queen Nefertari, situated right next to the Great Temple. Admire the impressive rock-cut façade depicting the pharaoh and his queen. Re-board the coach at 9:00 for the return transfer to Aswan before lunch, which will be served in Aswan before your drive back to Hurghada. Your inclusions for this trip are hotel pick-up and drop off in Aswan, an Egyptologist guide, bottled water on board vehicle during the tour, entrance fees to the mentioned sights in Aswan & Abu Simbel, transportation by private air-conditioned vehicle, lunch at a quality restaurant with tasty food in Aswan, and one-night accommodation at Basma hotel in Aswan.
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Are you looking for Hurghada deals? We offer top Hurghada two-day tours from Hurghada to visit Cairo, Luxor, Aswan and Abu Simbel.

Taking advantage of our Egypt tours, you get many things to see and do in Hurghada. This city flaunts many energising attractions to keep your timetable full and you on the jump. Regardless of your inclinations, this spot has something unique designated for you.

Hurghada is one of the perfect destinations for those interested in history-related tours. Experience new attractions with your family through the best packages with Egypt attractions. You can visit Cairo by car or plane. Also, you can see Luxor city and wander in its majestic temples.


Cairo is magnificent, beautiful and, at times, infuriating. Below, car horns bellow tuneless symphmuezzins’d avenues of faded 19th-century grandeur while donkey carts rattle down dusty lanes lined with colossal Fatimid and Mamluk monuments. From above, the distorted roar of the muezzins’ call to prayer echoes out from duelling minarets.

This megacity’s constant buzz and noise is a product of its 22 million inhabitants simultaneously megacity Cairo’s infrastructure under their collective weight and lifting its spirits. A visit can jangle your nerves, but it’s a small price to pay to tap into the energy of the Place Egyptians call Umm Ad Dunya – the mother of the World.

Pyramids of Giza

The last remaining wonder of the ancient World; for nearly 4000 years, the extraordinary shape, impeccable geometry and sheer bulk of the Giza Pyramids have invited the obvious questions: ‘How were we built, and why?’. Centuries of research have given us parts of the answer. Built as massive tombs on the orders of the pharaohs, they were constructed by teams of tens of thousands of strong. Today they are an awe-inspiring tribute to ancient Egypt’s might, organisation and achievements.

Ongoing excavations on the Giza Plateau and the discovery of a pyramid builder settlement, complete with areas for large-scale food production and medical facilities, have provided more evidence that the workers were not the slaves of Hollywood tradition but an organised workforce of Egyptian farmers. During the flood season, when the Nile covered their fields, the same farmers could have been redeployed by the highly structured bureaucracy to work on the pharaoh’s tomb. And the flood waters made it easier to transport building stones to the site. In this way, the Pyramids can almost be seen as an ancient job-creation scheme.

But despite the evidence, some still won’t accept that the ancient Egyptians were capable of such achievements. So-called pyramidologists point to the carving and placement of the stones, precise to the millimetre. They argue the numerological significance of the structures’ dimensions as evidence that angels or aliens constructed the Pyramids. It’s easy to laugh at these out-there ideas. Still, when you see the monuments up close, especially inside, you’ll better understand why so many people believe such excellent structures must have unearthly origins.

Most visitors will beeline to the four most famous sights; the Great Pyramid of Khufu, the Pyramid of Khafre, the Pyramid of Menkaure and the Sphinx. But for those who want to explore further, the desert plateau surrounding the pyramids is littered with tombs, temple ruins and smaller satellite pyramids.

Egyptian Museum

One of the World’s most important collections of ancient artefacts, the Egyptian Museum takes pride in its Place in Downtown Cairo, on the north side of Midan Tahrir. Inside the great domed, oddly pinkish building, the glittering treasures of Tutankhamun and other great pharaohs lie alongside the grave goods, mummies, jewellery, eating bowls and toys of Egyptians whose names are lost to history.

Like the country itself, the museum is in flux. Some display cards have become obsolete as discoveries have busted old theories. And the collection rapidly outgrew its sensible layout, as, for instance, Tutankhamun’s enormous trove and the tomb contents of Tanis were both unearthed after the museum opened and then had to be shoehorned into space. Now more than 100,000 objects are wedged into about 15,000 sq metres (almost half the area of the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool). Most things are still on display, although some are being moved to the Grand Egyptian Museum. While some rooms are refurbished, the items are deposited elsewhere in the museum. This museum will remain a significant sight, but it is unclear when the Grand will open and what will stay here.

The current museum originates from several earlier efforts at managing Egypt’s ancient heritage, beginning in 1835 when Egyptian ruler Mohammed Ali banned the export of antiquities. French architect Mariette’s growing collection, from 35 dig sites, bounced around various homes in Cairo until 1902, when the current building was erect and suitably prominent in the city. Its original layout has stood as a gem of early museum design.

Until 1996, museum security involved locking the door at night. When an enterprising thief stowed away overnight and helped himself to treasures, the museum authorities installed alarms and detectors while improving the lighting on many exhibits. During the 2011 revolution, the museum was broken into, and a few artefacts went missing. To prevent further looting, activists formed a human chain around the building to guard its contents. By most reports, they were successful.

Khan Al Khalili

The skinny lanes of Khan Al Khalili are a medieval-style mall. This accumulation of shops – many arranged around small courtyards – stocks everything from soap powder to semiprecious stones, not to mention tacky toy camels and alabaster pyramids. Most shops and stalls open from around 9 am to well after sundown (except Friday morning and Sunday), although plenty of the souvenir vendors are open if there are customers, even on Sunday.

Cairenes have plied their trades here since the khan was built in the 14th century, and parts of the market, such as the gold district, are still the first choice for thousands of locals. The khan used to be divided into reasonably rigid sections, but now the only distinct areas are the gold sellers, the coppersmiths and the spice dealers. Apart from the clumsy touts, the merchants of Khan Al Khalili are some of the most incredible smooth talkers you will ever meet. Almost anything can be bought here, and if a merchant doesn’t have what you’re looking for, he’ll happily find somebody who does.

Cairo Citadel

sprawling over a limestone spur on the city’s eastern edge, the Citadel, started by Saladin in 1176 as a fortification against the Crusaders, was home to Egypt’s rulers for 700 years. Their legacy is a collection of three very different mosques, several palaces (housing some underwhelming or nearly-always closed museums) and a couple of terraces with superb Cairo views – on a clear day; you’ll see Giza’s Pyramids poking up in the far distance.

Following their overthrow of Saladin’s Ayyubid dynasty, the Mamluks enlarged the complex, adding sumptuous palaces and harems. Under the Ottomans (1517–1798), the fortress expanded westward, and a new main gate, the Bab Al Azab, was added while the Mamluk palaces deteriorated. Even so, when Napoleon’s French expedition took control in 1798, the emperor’s savants regarded these buildings as some of the finest Islamic monuments in Cairo.

This didn’t stop Mohammed Ali – who rose to power after the French – from drastically remodelling and crowning the complex with the Ottoman-style Mosque that dominates Cairo’s eastern skyline. After Mohammed Ali’s grandson Ismail moved his residence to the Abdeen Palace, the Citadel became a military garrison. The British army was barracked here during WWII, and Egyptian soldiers still have a small foothold, although most of the Citadel has been given over to tourists.

Mosque of Mohammed Ali

modelled on classic Ottoman lines, with domes upon domes, this alabaster-white Mosque within the Citadel took 18 years to build (1830–48). Its interior is all twinkling chandeliers and luridly striped stone, the central dome a rich emerald green. Mohammed Ali lies in the tomb on the right as you enter.

The glitzy clock in the entrance courtyard was a gift from King Louis-Philippe of France in return for the obelisk that adorns the Place de la Concorde in Paris, but it arrived damaged and was never repaired.

2-Day Trip to Cairo by Plane from Hurghada

The first-day itinerary: Get picked up from your hotel in the early morning and transfer to Hurghada Airport for your flight to Cairo. Reach Cairo by 7 am, where your tour guide will be waiting outside the terminal. Begin your full-day tour with a visit to the Great Pyramids of Giza, Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinos. Look closely at the famous Sphinx, the legendary guardian with a king’s head and a lion’s body. Then, explore the Valley Temple, where priests mummified King Chephren’s body.

Next, continue to Sakkara, located only 16 miles southwest of Cairo. This city dates back to 3100 BC. Visit the Step Pyramid, built for King Zoser and an essential aspect of the pyramids’ evolution. Then, head over to Memphis City, the ancient capital of Egypt and home to the colossal statue of Ramses II and the great Alabaster Sphinx. After this, stop for lunch in a local restaurant based on a full meal for each person, but beverages are not included. End the first day with a transfer to your hotel for check-in and an overnight stay in Cairo.

The second-day itinerary: Check out of the hotel at 8 am and collect your luggage to be stored in the car. Begin the day with a visit to the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, displaying the World’s most extensive collection of precious Egyptian art. Marvel at the rare collection of over 250,000 genuine artefacts that date back 5,000 years.

Continue to the Citadel, where you will visit the Alabaster Mosque of Mohamed Ali Pasha before proceeding to Khan El Khalili Bazaar. The numerous shops in this district are known for trading brass war, copper, perfumes, leather, silver, gold, and much more. After this, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant (beverages are not included). At the end of day 2, transfer back to Cairo Airport for your return flight to Hurghada.

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