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Ras Mohamed Red Sea Cruise and Snorkeling

Ras Mohamed Red Sea Cruise and Snorkeling - Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt
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Duration: 7 hours 30 minutes
Location: Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt

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$59.40

Hit the water at Sinai's famous Ras Mohamed National Park, where an abundance of underwater life is waiting to be discovered. Spend the day snorkeling, swimming or just relaxing on the sun deck the choice is up to you.

Ras Mohamed National Park is one of Egypt's most popular dive and snorkeling sites ... More info ›

Hit the water at Sinai's famous Ras Mohamed National Park, where an abundance of underwater life is waiting to be discovered. Spend the day snorkeling, swimming or just relaxing on the sun deck the choice is up to you.

Ras Mohamed National Park is one of Egypt's most popular dive and snorkeling sites. With a large variety of fish, corals and sharks calling this part of the Red Sea home, you'll enjoy an exciting day exploring the magical underwater world.

Bring your own snorkeling equipment on this relaxing day trip, or hire gear onboard the boat. Soft drinks and mineral water are available throughout the day, and lunch is served in the afternoon.

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Private Tour: Luxor Flight and Tour from Sharm el Sheikh

Private Tour: Luxor Flight and Tour from Sharm el Sheikh - Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt
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Duration: 14 hours
Location: Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt

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$356.40

Maximize your sightseeing in Luxor with a one hour flight to Luxor and spend your valuable vacation time visiting the Valley of the Kings, Luxor Temple, Hatshepsut Temple and of course the impressive Karnak Temple.

Valley of the Kings
The king's formal names and titles are inscribed in his tomb along with his images and statues. Beginning with the 18th Dynasty and ending with the 20th, the kings abandoned the Memphis area and built their tombs in Thebes ... More info ›

Maximize your sightseeing in Luxor with a one hour flight to Luxor and spend your valuable vacation time visiting the Valley of the Kings, Luxor Temple, Hatshepsut Temple and of course the impressive Karnak Temple.

Valley of the Kings
The king's formal names and titles are inscribed in his tomb along with his images and statues. Beginning with the 18th Dynasty and ending with the 20th, the kings abandoned the Memphis area and built their tombs in Thebes.

Hatshepsut Temple
A tree lined avenue of sphinxes led up to the temple, and ramps led from terrace to terrace. The porticoes on the lowest terrace are out of proportion and coloring with the rest of the building. They were restored in 1906 to protect the celebrated reliefs depicting the transport of obelisks to Karnak and the birth of Queen Hatshepsut. Reliefs on the south side of the middle terrace show the queen's expedition by way of the Red Sea to Punt, the land of incense.

Karnak Temple
Although badly ruined, no site in Egypt is more impressive than Karnak. It is the largest temple complex ever built by man, and represents the combined achievement of many generations of ancient builders. The Temple of Karnak is actually three main temples, smaller enclosed temples, and several outer temples located about 3 kilometers north of Luxor on 100ha (247 acres) of land.

Luxor Temple
The Temple of Luxor was the center of the most important festival, the festival of Opet. Built largely by Amenhotep III and Rameses II, the temple's purpose was as a setting for the rituals of the festival. The festival was to reconcile the human aspect of the ruler with the divine office.

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Private Tour: Abu Simbel Flight and Tour from Aswan

Private Tour: Abu Simbel Flight and Tour from Aswan - Aswan, Egypt
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Duration: 4 - 5 hours
Location: Aswan, Egypt

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$370.65

Fast track your journey and take the quick route to see the magnificent temples of Abu Simbel on an air tour from Aswan. With a qualified Egyptologist as your guide (fully guided or part guided depending on option selected), this private tour provides the most personalized visit to Abu Simbel, in the shortest time possible.

The flight from Aswan to the small town of Abu Simbel takes only around 30 minutes ... More info ›

Fast track your journey and take the quick route to see the magnificent temples of Abu Simbel on an air tour from Aswan. With a qualified Egyptologist as your guide (fully guided or part guided depending on option selected), this private tour provides the most personalized visit to Abu Simbel, in the shortest time possible.

The flight from Aswan to the small town of Abu Simbel takes only around 30 minutes. Your Egyptologist guide will meet you at the airport (if option selected) and accompany you to the famous temples of Ramses II and his favorite wife Nefertari.

On the short walk to the temple entrances, your guide will explain the history of the site, including details of the UNESCO-led relocation of the entire cliff face to higher ground, and how the temples were discovered by accident in 1813. Due to the large number of visitors to Abu Simbel, guides are not permitted inside either the Great Temple of Ramses II or the smaller Temple of Hathor. However, by using photos and illustrations, your guide will explain to you the structures and their interior artworks. You will then have free time to enter the temples and explore them at your leisure.

As one of the few ancient Egyptian sites which largely escaped damage by past invaders, the interiors of Abu Simbel's temples are astounding. The scale of the buildings and their detailed decoration leaves most visitors in awe. The temples' attraction is further enhanced by their scenic location on the edge of Lake Nasser in the orange sands of the desert.

After visiting the temples there may be time for a short visit to the small visitor's center which documents the UNESCO relocation project.

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Private Tour: St Catherine's Monastery and Moses' Mountain at Sunrise

Private Tour: St Catherine's Monastery and Moses' Mountain at Sunrise - Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt
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Duration: 14 hours
Location: Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt

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$92.40

See the sun rise over the desert on an unforgettable visit to the place where Moses received the 10 Commandments. You'll travel in air-conditioned comfort with your own personal Egyptologist guide, who will accompany you up Moses' Mountain and take you on a tour of St ... More info ›

See the sun rise over the desert on an unforgettable visit to the place where Moses received the 10 Commandments. You'll travel in air-conditioned comfort with your own personal Egyptologist guide, who will accompany you up Moses' Mountain and take you on a tour of St. Catherine's Monastery.

On this sunrise tour you will watch the sun rise over the Sinai Mountains, and retrace the footsteps of Moses when he climbed Mt. Sinai to receive the 10 Commandments. Note that the descent is not too steep, but there are around 500 steps at the very summit.

On your journey back down the mountain you will stop at St. Catherine's Monastery, built between 527 and 565 A.D. The monastery is believed to have been built around the site of Moses' Burning Bush. During your visit you will visit the chapel of a Greek Orthodox church to see famous icons and the Mosaic of Transfiguration.

Please note: St. Catherine's Monastery is approximately 142 miles ( 230 kilometers) from Sharm el Sheikh.

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Cairo Airport Private Departure Transfer

Cairo Airport Private Departure Transfer - Cairo, Egypt
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Duration: Varies
Location: Cairo, Egypt

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$19.20

Make your departure from Egypt as smooth as possible with a Cairo Airport Private Departure Transfer. Forget about the haggling with cab drivers or trying to interpret the local transport system, take the easy option and book today.

Travel from your Cairo City or Giza Plateau hotel to Cairo International Airport ... More info ›

Make your departure from Egypt as smooth as possible with a Cairo Airport Private Departure Transfer. Forget about the haggling with cab drivers or trying to interpret the local transport system, take the easy option and book today.

Travel from your Cairo City or Giza Plateau hotel to Cairo International Airport . Transfer services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

When making a booking, you will need to advise your departure details and your Cairo City or Giza Plateau hotel details. Your transfer will be confirmed instantaneously and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver.

Price is per person, based on 8 adults per car/vehicle.

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Private Tour: Dendara and Abydos

Private Tour: Dendara and Abydos - Luxor, Egypt
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Luxor, Egypt

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$76.07

Combine a morning in Dendara where you can visit the Temple of Hathor, before continuing for an afternoon of sightseeing in Abydos, home to "The Cult of Osiris" . It is a place where most ancient Egyptians would have made a pilgrimage to at least once in their lifetime.

The approach path to the Temple of Hathor is between two Roman fountains that end at the massive entry gate ... More info ›

Combine a morning in Dendara where you can visit the Temple of Hathor, before continuing for an afternoon of sightseeing in Abydos, home to "The Cult of Osiris" . It is a place where most ancient Egyptians would have made a pilgrimage to at least once in their lifetime.

The approach path to the Temple of Hathor is between two Roman fountains that end at the massive entry gate. Hathor was the goddess of pleasure and love and was generally shown as a cow, or woman with a cow's head.

The enclosure walls are mud-brick and date to the Roman era. Within the walls are the temple, two birth houses, a Coptic Basilica, a sanitarium, a sacred lake and the Temple of the Birth of Isis. The temple has a long history with evidence that Pepi I (Old Kingdom) rebuilt the temple, while other texts refer to reconditioning by Thutmose III, Amenhotep III and Rameses II and III (New Kingdom). Additions were made during the Greek, Roman and Ptolemy periods.

Abydos in Middle Egypt is an ancient holy place and burial ground of the rulers of the late prehistoric proto-kingdom, as well as the first attested kings of the politically unified Egyptian state.

Buildings constituting the settlement area in northern Abydos dating back to Predynastic times have been found around Kom es-Sultan, while recent excavators have found an Old Kingdom residential area to the south-east which contains a street of mudbrick houses with courtyards and a faience workshop with its kilns.

Abydos is home to "The Cult of Osiris", the god of the dead. It is said the head of Osiris was buried at the site after he was murdered by his brother.

This is a private tour allowing you to determine the amount of time spent at each of the sites during the tour.

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