Cairo - Sphinx and Great Pyramid of Khufu
Cairo - Sphinx and Great Pyramid of Khufu
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Egypt & Jordan

Itinerary

Explore Egypt and Jordan in one tour. The Pyramids, the Sphinx, Egyptian Museum, onto Aswan, relax on a felucca to Luxor. Visit the Luxor temple and the Valley of the Kings, then to the Red Sea for snorkelling and diving before heading to Jordan where the highlight is pink Petra.

2018 - 'Ancient Discoveries Tour'
16 - Day itinerary

Day 1
Saturday

Amman

Welcome to Jordan! Upon arrival our staff will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel in Amman for the start of your trip. They'll help you settle in and introduce you to the local area.

Overnight Amman
3 star
Day 2
Sunday

Desert Castles and Amman city tour

Your first full day of our Jordan tour starts after breakfast, as we make our way to Jordan's famous 'desert castles'. Jordan's desert castles are located on the old trade routes and still house some of its ancient remnants including frescoes, bath houses and wells. We'll explore the desert castles of Qasr al-Kharrana, Qasr Azraq and Qasr Amra before we head back to Amman for lunch at a local eatery, with falafel and hummus on the menu.
After lunch, we'll explore downtown Amman on foot, visiting the impressive Roman Amphitheatre, the Jordan Folklore Museum as well as the Citadel. We'll also visit some of Amman's busy markets, tasting Knafeh - a tasty sweet - while our guide teaches us some basic Arabic greetings and phrases to use during our Jordan tour. We may visit a few traditional handcraft and art galleries, if time permits.

Overnight Amman
3 star
(B, L)
Day 3
Monday

Jerash, Ajloun Castle and Rasoun homestay

Leaving Amman this morning, we head north to the ancient city of Jerash - one of the largest and well-preserved Greco-Roman cities outside of Europe. Here we'll visit the Forum, explore its Roman colonnaded streets, the Nymphaeum and the Temple of Artemis.
From Jerash, we'll make our way to Ajloun Castle, built in the 12th century and extended in the 13th. It also served as the base for Saladin's Arab forces when he defeated the Crusaders in the 12th century. The countryside of the Ajloun Forest Reserve around the castle is picturesque and green and a popular place for avid hikers, with its hills, mountains and forests just waiting to be explored.
After Ajloun Castle, we head to the village of Rasoun to meet our homestay hosts for the night. After settling in and being shown through the village, we'll walk through hills covered with scrub and forest to see some Bronze Age Dolmens - which are megalithic tombs formed by placing a huge stone slab atop two or more standing stones.
We'll return to our homestay in Rasoun this evening, where we'll be treated to a home-cooked traditional Arabic meal which will be prepared by our host Jordanian family, and we spend the evening chatting with them about life in Jordan.

Overnight Rasoun Village
Homestay
(B, D)
Day 4
Tuesday

Madaba, Mt. Nebo and the Dead Sea

We say goodbye tour Jordanian host family, after a shared breakfast and head south to Madaba, where we'll marvel at the Byzantine mosaics and the 'Madaba Map' - which is the oldest preserved map of the Holy Land. From Madaba, we'll make our way to Mount Nebo where on a clear day, which is most of the time, you get great views towards Jericho and beyond.
After a tasty lunch, we'll make our way down to our resort right on the banks of the Dead Sea, where you have some free time to swim - or rather float - in its incredibly salty waters and to relax by the hotel pool. Don't forget a newspaper or magazine for your iconic Dead Sea photo!

Overnight Dead Sea - Sweimeh
4 star
(B)
Day 5
Wednesday

Dana Biosphere Reserve, Shobak Castle and Petra

Today, we'll make our way down the Dead Sea coastline, after we pass some salt flats at the southern end of the Dead Sea, we head up through the mountains towards Petra, stopping for a short hike in the beautiful scenery and hills of the Dana Biosphere Reserve along the way. This is Jordan's largest nature reserve, and there are great views of the valleys and hills on the various trails around the restored Dana village. Spring is a particularly lovely time to visit with the terrain surprisingly green and full of flowers.
We'll stop for a home-made lunch in the village and take a walk before continuing to the imposing crusader castle at Shobak, finally arriving at Petra late in the evening.
You have the option for a spectacular and atmospheric introduction to Petra tonight, with the Petra by Night tour. Here you walk through the Siq to the Treasury, the whole way being atmospherically lit up by thousands of candles.

Overnight Petra
4 star
Hotel to be advised
(B)
Day 6
Thursday

Petra, Wadi Rum and Bedouin camp

We start our exploration of the Rose Red city of Petra, now one of the Modern 7 Wonders of the World, with a walk through the winding Siq to the magnificent Treasury.
Our guide will explain the fascinating history of the site and the Nabatean people who built it, and we'll explore several caves and tombs. You'll then have time to explore further, perhaps hiking up to the huge Monastery, carved out of the cliffs overlooking the Jordan Valley, or walking up to the High Place of Sacrifice.
Late in the afternoon, we head into the spectacular desert scenery of Wadi Rum for a night under the stars enjoying the hospitality of the Bedouins. We stay in a comfortable camp with a great remote location between the sand dunes and the rocky cliffs, well away from the road and traffic.
You can sleep in your traditional goat hair tent, with a proper bed and all bedding provided, or take a sleeping bag and find a secluded location to sleep outside under the stars.

Overnight Wadi Rum
Desert Camp
(B, D)
Day 7
Friday

Jeep Safari, Bedouin experience at Wadi Rum and back to Amman

After breakfast in the camp, we take a jeep safari through the sands and beneath the towering 'jebels' of Wadi Rum, stopping to climb sand dunes and to see some of the strange rock formations, including a spectacular rock bridge.
We'll also do some local activities inspired from the Bedouin traditions, walking with a local shepherd with his sheep and goats to a Bedouin tent where we'll participate in making lunch. We can also join in and learn about other traditional Bedouin activities such as shearing the sheep & goats' hair, milking, grinding grains, making bread and roasting coffee until our lunch is ready. Finally, after really getting a feel for nomadic Bedouin life, we return by jeep to our camp and then drive north on the Desert Highway back to Amman. If you would like to add a few days to your tour and spend some time by the Red Sea, then an extension to Aqaba is available after you finish in Wadi Rum.
This evening we'll walk out to a coffee shop or cafe near our hotel in Downtown Amman to enjoy a shisha, a game of backgammon and to reminisce on our Jordan tour.

Overnight Amman
3 star
(B, L)
Day 8
Saturday

Fly Cairo, free time

We transfer you to Amman airport today to board your flight to Egypt's busy capital of Cairo (not included). Once you arrive in Cairo, one of our staff will be there to meet you before taking you to your hotel, situated close to the Great Pyramids. We'll have some time to settle in before being introduced to the local area and we'll also arrange tomorrow's collection time.
You have the rest of the day to explore Cairo independently. Options are also available to head out on an evening dinner cruise on the Nile River or enjoy a mesmerising sound and light show at the pyramids (both available to book locally on arrival).

Overnight Cairo
5 star
(B)
Day 9
Sunday

Pyramids, Sphinx & Museum

Our tour of Egypt begins with a drive to Giza on the outskirts of Cairo to visit the three great pyramids of Egypt and the Sphinx. You'll find your local Egyptologist guide a wealth of knowledge and full of enthusiasm about Egyptian history, and their country in general.
The Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops), an awesome man-made structure constructed of giant stone blocks, together with the smaller pyramids of Khafre (Chephern) and Menkaure (Mycerinus), the majestic sight of these enormous structures rising out of the desert is a breathtaking spectacle.
You will have the opportunity to climb down right inside the pyramids if you wish, though your guide cannot accompany you (a limited number of tickets are available for the Great Pyramid).
Following on from the Pyramids we then head to the Egyptian Museum in central Cairo. Home to the fantastic Tutankhamun exhibit and many of the New Kingdom royal mummies, the museum hosts a huge number of other ancient Egyptian artefacts.
This evening we transfer to the station for the overnight sleeper train to Aswan (approx. 12 hours).

Overnight Between Cairo - Aswan
Sleeper Train Cabin
(B, D)
Day 10
Monday

Aswan, Nubian Village, Philae Temple & Aswan Dam

This morning we arrive in Aswan and transfer to our hotel overlooking the Nile which is at its most picturesque here, with cascading rapids, lush green islands, and feluccas sailing to and fro. Aswan itself is a melting pot of African and Middle Eastern cultures, most easily experienced by wandering through the busy markets. Many descendants of the Nubian people still live here and we'll visit a local Nubian village to see their colourful houses, simple way of life and to enjoy a traditional lunch.
Our tour in Aswan continues this afternoon with a visit the Temple of Philae, a beautiful island complex dedicated to Isis and reclaimed from the rising waters of Lake Nasser, which we reach by a scenic boat ride. We also stop to visit the huge Aswan Dam. The rest of the day is free.

Overnight Aswan
5 star
(B, L)
Day 11
Tuesday

Abu Simbel option. Nile Felucca Cruise

An option is available this morning to visit the temples built by Ramses II at the amazing UNESCO world heritage site of Abu Simbel. We depart very early with the aim of seeing the rising sun over the temples. Transfers, guiding, and entrance fees are included. If you don't visit Abu Simbel, then this morning is free.
We board our traditional Nile felucca at lunchtime to enjoy an afternoon sailing down the Nile. Floating down the Nile on a felucca is one of Egypt's most enjoyable activities and you'll be able to watch local rural Egyptian life pass you by on the banks of the river as you drift past. Our Nubian crew will sail the boat and entertain you on the way, as well as preparing meals for you. Our separate facilities boat will join with us from time to time during the day and moor up with us at night. This boat has a welcome toilet and showers on board as well as a hygienic kitchen where the crew will prepare a delicious evening meal. You sleep on the deck of the boat tonight (mattresses, blankets and mosquito nets provided).

Overnight Between Aswan - Kom Ombo
Felucca
(B, L, D)
Day 12
Wednesday

Kom Ombo & Edfu temples, Karnak Temple in Luxor

After breakfast on-board we bid farewell to our felucca crew and visit the nearby temples of Kom Ombo and Edfu before continuing on north to Luxor. The town of Luxor is built on and around the ancient site of Thebes, and boasts the largest concentration of ancient ruins in the Nile Valley, if not the world. To the west of the Nile lies the City of the Dead, with its mortuary temples and rock-hewn tombs, whilst to the east lie the Temples of Luxor and Karnak.
In the afternoon we'll tour the huge temple complex at Karnak, once the religious centre of Thebes and Upper Egypt. It was linked to Luxor by an extensive avenue, lined with sphinxes, and the whole complex was in turn linked to the Nile via a canal through which moved the sacred boats of the god Amun. Entering through a smaller sphinx-lined avenue, built by Ramesses II, you come to the immense pylon entrance. Inside the huge Courtyard are three chapels dedicated to the gods Amun, Khous and Mut. The remarkable Hypostyle Hall has 134 towering columns, each carved with scenes of gods and pharaohs, and hieroglyphic inscriptions adorn the walls.
Later this evening we'll take a walking tour of the smaller Luxor Temple which is right in the middle of town and beautifully lit up at night.

Overnight Luxor
5 star
(B)
Day 13
Thursday

Luxor, West bank tour, to Hurghada

A spectacular hot air balloon flight over the west bank of the Nile is available this morning (expect an early start to catch sunrise as the balloon rises).
We cross the Nile early this morning to begin our tour of Luxor's West Bank. Home to the Valley of the Kings, the dusty tombs in this ancient burial site are still revealing their secrets today and so it remains one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. Our tour includes several of these Pharaonic tombs, as well as the temples of Queen Hatchepsut and Medinat Habu, and the huge Colossi of Memnon.
This afternoon we leave the Nile Valley and drive to the Red Sea resort of Hurghada. Your stay here is on a 'soft all inclusive' basis, with all meals, soft drinks and snacks included but not alcoholic beverages.

Overnight Hurghada
5 star
(B, D)
Day 14
Friday

Red Sea at Hurghada, free day

Your day is free today to relax and enjoy your time by the Red Sea. Hurghada is world famous for its scuba diving and snorkelling and the rich Red Sea marine life here attracts divers from all over the world. Other adventurous activities available include wind surfing and kite surfing, glass bottomed submarines, quad biking, camel rides and sea fishing trips. Our local rep based in Hurghada will be on hand to help make any arrangements. Hurghada itself has an interesting marina and old town to explore.
If you wish, we can book extra nights in the resort in Hurghada for you to extend your time here - please contact us for details and prices.

Overnight Hurghada
5 star
(B, L, D)
Day 15
Saturday

Fly to Cairo, Khan-el-Khalili bazaar, Al Guri Sufi show

We fly back to Cairo this morning. In the late afternoon we take a guided walk through the back streets and bazaars in central Cairo. We'll walk through the huge Bab al-Futuh gateway and explore streets dedicated to metalwork, spices, pottery, fabric, jewelery and anything else you can imagine as we gradually enter the more touristy Khan-el-Khalili bazaar. We'll have time for a break to try some tea and a shisha pipe and perhaps enjoy an early dinner of Egypt's unofficial national dish, Kushari. Finally we visit the evening Al Guri Sufi show at the Wikalat al Ghuri, a 16th century market place with a domed roof and some beautiful Islamic architecture. A colourful and flamboyant show packs crowds of locals, and some tourists in here with displays of dervish inspired dance, sufi vocals and vibrant percussion. This makes a thrilling and entertaining end to our time in Egypt.

Overnight Cairo
5 star
(B)
Day 16
Sunday

Cairo, free day

Your time is free today for some last minute sightseeing or shopping until we transfer you to the airport for your departure flight. If you have an evening flight departure, then the Cairo City Tour and Saqqara, Dashour and Memphis tours are also available today. Alternatively you can add extra nights to your time in Cairo which would allow you to take a day trip to the colonial city of Alexandria on the Mediterranean coast, or a trip into the desert outside Cairo to see the World Heritage Site of the Valley of the Whales at Wadi Rayan.

(B)
(B - Breakfast, L - Lunch, D - Dinner)
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Notes

Please Note:
1. The minimum age for this tour is 12.
2. Single travellers are obliged to pay Single Supplement and will have the hotel room to themselves.
3. You will need to have your passport handy at check-in for any domestic flights
4. Jordan visas are available on arrival for JD 40. As entrance fees are not included in this tour, we strongly recommend purchasing a Jordan Pass in advance. This provides a free visa, a package of entrance fees, and digital brochures to sites visited. Cost JD 70 (approx. USD 99) from https://www.jordanpass.jo/Contents/Prices.aspx
5. Hotel Gala Dinners - Many of Egypt and Jordan's hotels and Nile cruise boats arrange a very special gala dinner with entertainment in the evening on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. Payment for these is often optional on Christmas Eve (24 Dec) but may be compulsory on New Year's Eve (31 Dec), whether you attend or not. Prices can range from around US$50 to over US$150 per person. Final decisions on prices and whether dinners are compulsory are made relatively close to the time. We aim to always select hotels that make their Gala Dinners optional, though this is is not always possible. Gala dinner prices are therefore not included in our tour prices, but will be added to your booking if they become required. More information is available on request.
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Inclusions

Tour includes :-
  • Inbound Transfer - Amman
    Queen Alia International Airport (AMM)
  • Outbound Transfer - Cairo
    Cairo International Airport (CAI)
  • Professional English-speaking tour guide/ Egyptologist for all sightseeing tours in Egypt
  • Professional English-speaking guides and tour escort in Jordan
  • Transportation in a fully air-conditioned, non-smoking vehicle
  • Domestic flight between Hurghada and Cairo and transfers
  • Overnight Felucca cruise with support boat
  • Overnight sleeper train - Cairo to Aswan
  • 4 x 4 Desert Jeep Safari
  • All camping equipment at Wadi Rum
  • 15 nights - accommodation.
    2 nights
    3 star
    Amman
    1 night
    Homestay
    Rasoun Village
    1 night
    4 star
    Dead Sea - Sweimeh
    1 night
    4 star
    Petra
    Hotel to be advised
    1 night
    Desert Camp
    Wadi Rum
    1 night
    3 star
    Amman
    1 night
    5 star
    Cairo
    1 night
    Sleeper Train Cabin
    Between Cairo - Aswan
    1 night
    5 star
    Aswan
    1 night
    Felucca
    Between Aswan - Kom Ombo
    2 nights
    5 star
    Hurghada
    1 night
    5 star
    Cairo
  • 15 Breakfasts, 5 Lunches, 6 Dinners
Tour does not include :-
  • International flight between Cairo and Amman
  • Suggested optional activities
  • Hotel gala dinners (if charged by the hotels on 24 & 31 Dec, see 'Notes' section)
  • Egypt Tipping kitty (allow US$30)
  • Tips
  • Visas, border or port taxes
  • Family Suite
  • Compulsory Travel Insurance
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Highlights

  • Ajloun Castle
  • Amman - Roman Amphitheatre
  • Aswan - Temple of Philae
  • Cairo - Al Guri Sufi show
  • Cairo - Egyptian Museum - Royal Mummy Room (Optional)
  • Cairo - Khan el-Khalili Bazaar
  • Cairo - The Sphinx
  • Dead Sea - Sweimeh - Swimming, floating, relaxing
  • Felucca Sailing
  • Jerash - Ancient Roman Site
  • Kom Ombo Temple
  • Luxor - Karnak Temple
  • Luxor - Queen Hatshepsut Temple
  • Luxor - Valley of the Kings - Tutankhamen's Tomb (Optional)
  • Madaba
  • Mt. Nebo - Panoramic Views
  • Qasr al Azraq
  • Qasr Amra - UNESCO Heritage site
  • Wadi Rum - 4 x 4 Desert Jeep Safari
  • Wadi Rum - Bedouin Lunch
  • Amman - Citadel
  • Aswan - Nubian Village (Lunch)
  • Aswan Dam
  • Cairo - Egyptian Museum
  • Cairo - Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops) - UNESCO Heritage site
  • Cairo - Old City Historial Areas - UNESCO Heritage site
  • Dana Biosphere Reserve
  • Edfu Temple of Horus
  • Hurghada - Red Sea
  • Jordan Folklore Museum
  • Luxor - Colossi of Memnon
  • Luxor - Medinat Habu
  • Luxor - Valley of the Kings
  • Luxor Temple
  • Madaba - Church of St. George - Mosaics
  • Petra - UNESCO Heritage site
  • Qasr al Kharrana
  • Rasoun Village - Homestay
  • Wadi Rum - Bedouin Dinner
  • Wadi Rum - UNESCO Heritage site
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Accommodation

This is intended to give an idea of the type of accommodation that may be expected. The actual hotels used for any given tour may change due to many reasons such as group size, availability, time of year, hotel standard has dropped or simply we found a better hotel. We update the website immediately if and when any changes take place. If and when we do change hotels it will be to a hotel of equal or higher standard and will be at no extra cost.

Where more than one hotel is shown for a given an overnight stop this means that one of those hotels will be used.

Jordan

Amman
Al Waleed Hotel
Standard : 3 star
Address :-
Ali Nassouh At-Taher St.,
Amman
Ph. :
+962 6 586 4475
Al Waleed Hotel
Al Waleed Hotel
Al Waleed Hotel
Dead Sea - Sweimeh
Dead Sea Spa Resort
Standard : 4 star
Address :-
Hotels Area
Dead Sea Road
Sweimeh
Dead Sea - Sweimeh
Ph. :
+962 5 356 1000
Website :
www.dssh.jo/en/
Dead Sea Spa Resort
Dead Sea Spa Resort
Dead Sea Spa Resort
Petra
Hotel to be advised
Standard : 4 star
Address :-
Petra
No images available for this hotel.
Rasoun Village
Rasoun Homestay
Standard : Homestay
Address :-
Rasoun Village
Rasoun Homestay
Wadi Rum
Rahayeb Desert Camp
Standard : Desert Camp
Address :-
Diseh
Seeq Ummel Tawagi
Wadi Rum
Ph. :
+962 3 205 8557
Rahayeb Desert Camp
Rahayeb Desert Camp
Rahayeb Desert Camp

Egypt

Aswan
Helnan Hotel
Standard : 5 star
Address :-
Cornich El Nile
Aswan
Ph. :
+20 97 2328 828
Website :
Helnan Hotel
Helnan Hotel
Helnan Hotel
Helnan Hotel
Between Aswan - Kom Ombo
Felucca
Standard : Felucca
Address :-
Between Aswan - Kom Ombo
Felucca
Felucca
Felucca
Between Cairo - Aswan
Sleeper Train
Standard : Sleeper Train Cabin
Address :-
Between Cairo - Aswan
Sleeper Train
Sleeper Train
Cairo
Le Meridien Pyramids
Standard : 5 star
Address :-
El Remaya Square-Pyramids
Cairo
Ph. :
+20 (2) 3377 7070
Le Meridien Pyramids
Le Meridien Pyramids
Le Meridien Pyramids
Hurghada
Jaz Oasis Makadi Bay
Standard : 5 star
Address :-
Hurghada Safaga Rd.
Makadi Bay
Hurghada
Ph. :
+20 65 3590050
Jaz Oasis Makadi Bay
Jaz Oasis Makadi Bay
Jaz Oasis Makadi Bay
Luxor
Steigenberger Nile Palace Hotel
Standard : 5 star
Address :-
Khaled Ben El-Walid St.
Luxor
Ph. :
+20 95 2366-999
Steigenberger Nile Palace Hotel
Steigenberger Nile Palace Hotel
Steigenberger Nile Palace Hotel
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Prices

Prices
per person in twin share accommodation
From
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Currency:- USD
Cost
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06 Oct 2018
21 Dec 2018
2,699.00
680.00
22 Dec 2018
31 Dec 2018
2,779.00
690.00
01 Jan 2019
12 Apr 2019
2,699.00
680.00
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10 May 2019
2,779.00
680.00
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07 Jun 2019
2,699.00
680.00
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04 Oct 2019
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670.00
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20 Dec 2019
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680.00
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31 Dec 2019
2,929.00
670.00
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