Pick up : From Airports
Duration : 8 Days
Duration : 2 nights 3 Days
: Memmphis – Giza Plateau –Salah El din Citadel - Gayer Anderson Museum- Ibn
Touloun mosque- Khan El Khalily open Bazaar Area
Tour – Meet and assist from airport ( 2 ways )
Our guide will pick you from your hotel to drive southwards to Egypt’s first capital, Memphis
Where you will visit the ruins of the temple of Ptah, the fallen colossal statue of King Ramses the 2nd and the Alabaster Sphinx of King Amenophis the 2nd. A short drive from Memphis lies the oldest, ancient cemetery of Sakkara.
The world’s first monumental stone building,
the Step Pyramid of King Zoser, built by the engineer Imhotep almost 5,000 ago,
still stands. After visiting the complex you continue to one of the Mastabas
(tombs) built nearby, such as those of Ptah-Hotep, Mereruca, Idut or Ti for an
You will then proceed to the Giza Plateau, where the only remaining Wonder of the Ancient World is found, the imposing Pyramids of Giza.
During your visit to the Pyramids you will have time for unique photo opportunities of the three Pyramids from the Western Plateau. Continue down the valley where the guardian of this mortuary complex, the Mighty Sphinx, bears witness to the passage of time and man in eons of silence.
A short stop will be made at a Papyrus Institute, where the art of paper making from reeds, discovered by the Ancient Egyptians, will be demonstrated for you.
Then you will be back to your hotel.
Night Optional Tours:
After Breakfast, start your visit to the Citadel of Saladin,where panoramic views of the city of Cairo can be seen. Here you will also visit the spectacular Alabaster Mosque of Mohamed Ali, the founder of modern Egypt. Your next stop will be at the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities where over 120,000 objects in its 107 halls – including the treasures of Tutankhamen (King Tut) – are exhibited. . You will then proceed back to your hotel in Cairo.
Night Optional Tours:
Gayer Anderson Museum, two houses built in the 16th and 17th centuries reflecting the early Ottoman style of architecture. Fully restored and refurnished by Gayer Anderson, a British army officer who made his home in Egypt, the museum includes his mementos as well.
Your next stop will be at Ibn Touloun mosque. Completed in 878AD by the founder of the Toulounid dynasty Al Amir Ahmed Ibn Touloun, it is one of the largest mosques built in Islamic Cairo. Its open central courtyard measures 92×91 meters and is surrounded by an open corridor. The mosque is known for its rich collection of gypsum ornaments and engravings. The outside staircase of its minaret winding its way from the ground to the top of the minaret makes it unique in Egypt.
Continue to Khan El Khalily open Bazaar Area.
Step back in time and experience the ambience of Cairo from six centuries ago. You will be at the exotic and colorful Khan El Khalili Bazaar. A shopper’s paradise and a photographer’s dream come true where bargaining is an art and expected when you are negotiating a purchase. Gold, silver and gems, bronze and copper, the smell of exotic spices, leather goods, the aroma of brewed coffee sifting through elaborately carved wooden doors and coffee shops, the captivating sound of music and a plethora of an unbelievable display of merchandise together with a multitude of colourfully dressed crowds bring to life scenes from “A Thousand and one Arabian nights.”
Afternoon proceed back to your hotel.
Note: At the museum there are 30 to 40 marble stairs leading from the ground floor upstairs where the Tutankhamun collection is housed. At the pyramids and Sphinx ground is uneven, cobblestone and sandy. Comfortable walking shoes, hat and sunscreen are recommended. No cameras or videos allowed inside the archaeological museum. Cameras and videos are free at the pyramids. Transfer to Cairo Airport to catch your Flight to Dubai …
Days and 2 Nights
Activities: Dhow Dinner Cruise – Dubai City Tour – Afternoon Safari – Dubai Shopping Tour – Meet and assist from airport ( 2 ways )
Day I: Hello Dubai
Our representative will meet you up at airport to welcome you and help finishing the immigration formalities, Then you drive heading your hotel for check in and get rest for some time before meeting your guide once again by nigh to Try the dinner cruise in one of the marvelous Dubai traditional boats ( Known locally as Dhow Cruises ).
Have your dinner in an unforgettable Romantic evening cruise includes a buffet dinner with a variety of dishes either Continental, or oriental cuisine, along with soft drinks and traditional coffee.
You may also wish to go on the deck to take the fresh air and see Dubai’s lights and sights as the cruise sails along the Dubai Creek.
By the end of your dinner you will once transferred back to your hotel
Day II: The Big Dubai Day Tour
Your next day in Dubai will be amazing to experience the aspects of famous city within two of the best things to do in Duba, Your day tour starts when your guide driver meets you up in your residency hotel then you move to visit one of the modern Dubai highlights which is Jumeirah mosque in which you can discover and learn about Islamic marvelous architecture style and rich decorations of Islam spirit, after the end of visit you continue along the Jumeirah beach road,
This is the most luxurious urban area in Dubai. We pass in front of the Mercato
Themed shopping mall and stop for photographs at the famous Burj Al Arab (Arab Tower) Hotel one of the fanciest hotels on the planet.
After that you will head along the skyscraper area of Sheikh Zayed Road, also referred to as little Manhattan, where we pass by the Emirates Towers and Dubai World Trade Center two of the most famous landmarks of modern Dubai.
Then we drive along the Zabeel road, passing by the palace of Dubai ruler and builder Shiekh Muhammad Palace and also Sheikh Rashid Palace. Then to pass the Dubai creek to have a photo stop there. And also we pass by the Al Bastakiya’s old-wind tower houses, which were built by the wealthy merchants of the past.
The next stop takes us to Dubai Museum which is built on ruins of famous fort of Fahidi fort.
Museum is the 200 year-old restored Palace of Sheikh Saeed,
continues to the Abra station, where we will take an Abra (water ferry) to
cross to the opposite side of the creek, to have quick shopping tour in Dubai
souks and bazaars.
By the end of tour you will be back to your hotel for rest and lunch beofre getting ready to the next adventure of Dubai desert.
By the afternoon, Your tour guide and driver will be waiting for you at your hotel lobby for picking up and driving outside Dubai to experience a Drive in the sand dunes. By driving there you will really enjoy and try the experience of driving over yellow sand like locals with marvelous scene of Desert with all it may includes before stopping for marvelous photo stop by sun set.
Next we proceed to our camp. Upon arrival at the camp you will
have the opportunity to ride a camel and walk into desert.
Then it is time for BBQ meal by the sand and in an open air tent and also with unique belly dance show with oriental music.
By the end of the tour you arrive back at your Ship or hotel after enjoying your safari day .
Day III: Shop Dubai and Good Bye !
After breakfast at
hotel it will be the time to check some souviners for your friends and family
and to comemorate your vacation within some Arbian and local gifts, Your tour
guide will pick you up from hotel to explore the
undiscovered parts of Dubai and enjoy a unique shopping tour in the original
shops of Dubai which oriental goods are sold in an pure eastern magical
Meet your tour guide at your hotel and directly start the tour by visiting the Spice Souk, where you can learn about the ingredients of the local cooking. Your next stop is a feast for the eyes and even if you don’t buy anything, you will enjoy the outlets of the famous Gold Souk.
Then you will visit the famous Indian suburb of Karama, where you can find the cheapest deals for clothing, watches and handbags. Prices here are all negotiable so you will need your bargain skills in order to receive a good deal.
The last stop will be at a modern Shopping Mall of your choice where you can get the rest of your souvenirs, which you couldn’t find elsewhere. However Dubai’s Shopping malls like the famous Dubai Mall one of the largest shopping malls on the planet, however shopping malls in Dubai are not just for selling but also it includes a lot of entertainment options and Cafes.
By the end of tour, Transfer to airport to catch your Flight to Muscat ….
Duration :2 Days
Activities :Bamah Sinkhole - Wadi Shab - Ras al Jinz - Sur - Wadi Tiwi - Qalhat
Tour – Meet and assist from airport ( 2 ways )
The tour departs Muscat in the morning towards Sur. After a photo stop at the Bamah sinkhole (swimming in the sinkhole lake is possible) and the long white Beach of Fins, we arrive in Wadi Shab. This Wadi is a enormous canyon gorge that is lined with
palm trees and impressive indications of what the power of the water coming down from the mountains can do in nature.
With a 45 minute hike up through the canyon Wadi, we arrive at one of several crystal clear water pools. Tourists can swim on through the warm waters from pool to pool. Eventually we come to the last pool where an opening among the enormous rocks allows us to swim into an incredible crevice cave with a small waterfall. Inside, the sunlight filters in from the outside, turning the water into a beautiful turquoise blue whilst water showers down one side of the cave from the wadi beyond.
The tour continues to Ras al Hadd. After check-in into our Hotel/Camp, we take you in the evening to the Turtle sanctuary in Ras Al Jinz. Here we will go on a guided beautiful walking tour on the beach at night under the stars, where we have a high chance of seeing Omans great sea turtles stumbling on to the beach to build a nest and lay their eggs. If you are lucky, you can even see baby turtles hatching from some nests.
Overnight in Ras al Hadd.
After breakfast, we continue on a sightseeing tour in Sur, one of the most important towns on the northern Omani cape. One of the last Omani shipyards is situated in Sur and visitors will be taken to see one of the small workshops where Omani traditional boats are still manufactured by hand. The unique scent of the wood being carved in the workshop stays with us as the tour heads back north to Wadi Tiwi. This Wadi is especially pretty with some small villages and the large banana plantation found here.
Leaving Tiwi, the tour makes a stop at the 16th Century tomb of Bibi Al Din, built by his wife, Bibi Mariam and the site of the ancient village Qalhat. This city was allegedly described by Marco Polo and also visited by the Moroccan traveller, Ibn Battuta in the second quarter of the fourteenth century, as in those times, Qalhat was one of the more important cities in Oman and had maritime control over Hormuz.Transfer to Muscat Aiport to catch your Flight …
End OF Package
1- Accommodation as mentioned in the itinerary (Bed and Breakfast basis)
2- English speaking guide.
3- Airport Transfers
4- All transfers and tours in A/C Cars & A/C 4 WD.
5- Entrances to Forts & Museums permit.
6- Meals as mentioned in the program.
7- Mineral water during the tour.
Rate does not include
1- Visa charges
2- Air fare
3- All expenses of any personal nature
4- Kitty Tipping