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Enjoy a pleasant breakfast at the hotel. Afterward, you will be accompanied by your tour guide to the Giza Plateau and visit the Great Pyramids of Cheops, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, followed by Chefren's and Mykerinus', along with the famous Sphinx and Valley Temple. Then, your Cairo Luxor Tours take you to see the fascinating artifacts at the Egyptian Museum, house of over 120.000 ancient Egyptian items, such as the Treasures of King Tutankhamun. Continue the visits in Khan El Khalili, Cairo’s oldest bazaar and perhaps Middle East's. It dates back to the XIV and it is an attraction in itself. Meals: Breakfast and Lunch
It is the 3rd day of the Cairo Luxor Tours. You will do the hotel checkout after breakfast. Next, we will transfer you to Cairo Airport for your flight to Luxor. Once in Luxor, you will be assisted and taken to your hotel. Your visits of the day start at the Valley of the Kings, the Royal Cemetery of dozens of pharaohs, such as Ramses VI and Tutankhamun. Finally, let's visit the mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, a temple of a unique style ordered by the powerful female pharaoh. We will pass by the Colossi of Memnon, the giant statues of king Amenhotep III. Get back to your hotel or enjoy an optional trip to a sound & light show at Karnak Temple. Meals: Breakfast and Lunch
On this day of the Cairo Luxor Tours, after breakfast, you’ll have an amazing experience by exploring Karnak Temple, the biggest ancient religious complex in the world. Following that, you will visit the Luxor Temple, Karnak's neighbor, and a place for rituals and festivals dedicated to the god Amun. Finally, will be taken to Luxor Airport and return to Cairo. A representative will assist you at the airport and drive you to your hotel. Meals: Breakfast and Lunch
Mosques and all other places of worship occupied a high and greatly respected place in the hearts of most Egyptians There aren’t really special clothes to be put on while visiting a mosque in Egypt; however, conservative attire would be highly recommended. In some mosques, women will be asked to cover their hair and perhaps their arms and legs. Both women and men will be asked to remove their shoes before entering a mosque.
Usually, the check-in time is at 11:00 AM after breakfast and before Lunch. As most Flights arrive much earlier, Immediate access to your cabin will be provided if available. If the option is unavailable, however, you will kindly be asked to wait until check-in time. A good way to kill time and make the most of the previous situation is to start your tours early in your trip.
Normally, Nile Cruise Check out Time is at 8:00 or 9:00 AM right after Breakfast. However, if your Flight or Train is running late, all the cruise facilities are under your beck & call, except the Cabin and the Restaurant. Moreover, you can safely keep your luggage onboard your designated Cruise and explore the city until your flight/train departure time.
The two standard meal plan variations for a Nile Cruise is All-inclusive & Full Board with the Latter being the most common. Full Board options include all meals in either a Set menu of Buffet form, served at a fixed time with the meals & food with quality and variety differing depending on the quality of the cruise itself. Items that are not included in the meal plan are beverages except for the breakfast tea, coffee, juice, afternoon tea are all complimentary & free of charge. As for the Second meal plan criteria, The all-inclusive meal plan that includes all types of alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks
For The Nile Cruise Crew: Usually, there are around 50 to 70 employees onboard the cruise ship and all contribute to make your trip a wonderful journey. Considering this fact, it's advisable to Equally distribute the tip amongst the crew. Although there's a strict rule against tipping during the trip a great way to do it is to leave an envelope at the cruise reception with the total amount which they will divide equally amongst the crew members. In conclusion, tipping is an act of courtesy and not obligatory by any means.