Explore the best ancient monuments and tourist sights Travel to Egypt has to offer program in an 20 days, 19 nights. With a private air-conditioned 4×4 and local driver, visit the Giza Plateau in Cairo and photograph the world-famous pyramids, spend a night under the stars at Fayoum Oasis, explore the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, discover the city of Aswan, jump on board a Felucca and sail down the Nile, cross the Sahara to the Abu Simbel statues saved from Lake Nasser. See the highest Mountain in Egypt with spiritual views of Mt Sinai and St. Cathrine Monastery, finally cross the Red Sea by ferry into Jordon. Take a jeep and camp Bedouin style in the deserts of Wadi Rum, float in the Dead Sea and be amazed by the Lost City of Petra, before relaxing in Amman the capital of Jordon.
This is a wonderful 20-day tours that enables you to explore both Egypt and Jordan. We begin in bustling Cairo where we will take in all the main historical sites, including the world renowned Egyptian Museum, Great Pyramid and the Giza Plateau. An overnight train takes us to Aswan to explore the beautiful and romantic temples of Philae and the impressive Aswan High Dam, leaving you time to also wander around the exciting souks and markets. There is an optional trip to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Abu Simbel to see the amazing temples built by Ramses II before your traditional felucca cruise takes you through the Nile Valley to Luxor. Here you will experience the incredible temples and world-famous tombs of the Valley of the Kings, Karnak, Medinat Habu, Queen Hatchepsut and the Colossi of Memnon. We then head to the Red Sea Riviera at Hurghada for a couple of days to relax before flying to Jordan to continue our sightseeing. In Jordan, we'll drive down the scenic King's Highway, visiting Kerak crusader castle en-route to the world-famous UNESCO World Heritage Site of Petra, a highlight of any tour!. After time to explore here we visit Little Petra, enjoy a jeep safari and overnight Bedouin camp in Wadi Rum, see the Red Sea again at Aqaba, and float in the unique salty waters of the Dead Sea before finishing our tour back in Amman.