12 nights, 13 days
Pyramids, Mummies and treasures : If that’s all you have heard of Egypt. Get this : Paper, ink , police, calendar , locks , makeup , wigs, toothpaste and even mints came from Ancient Egypt.
We expect the trippers to reach Cairo Airport by afternoon 1 pm, After dropping our luggage in hotel, we head to see the Pyramids and Great Sphinx of Giza.
Did you know Sphinx is the oldest known monumental sculpture in Egypt? ( 2558–2532 BC).
We will end with a visit inside a pyramid , which can be a surreal and awe-inspiring experience. The entrance to the pyramid is a narrow and steep descent, leading to a series of chambers inside the structure. It would take about 30 minutes.
Post evening tea, we head to the Egyptian Museum which is hosting artefacts from 2023 that has never been shown to public. Pharaoh Tutankhamun’s treasure and its iconic gold burial mask kept here, is supposedly one of the best-known works of art in the world. Today’s day end with an Egyptian meal: Fatteh.
Tonight, we are going to a special cafe with a rich history originally made in 1486. Imagine that.
Nestled in the heart of Cairo’s Khan el Khalili district ,this café, was once a war refugee center and belonged to a Princess.
Over the years, the house changed hands and is situated in the outdoor plaza of this Fatimid architectural marvel, and the underground crypt of the house serves as a reminder of the significant role it played in the fight against French occupation in 1798. No we aren’t revealing the name of our secret spots.
(Egypt) is a great place for contrasts: splendid things gleam in the dust.” “But in the desert, in the pure clean atmosphere, in the silence – there you can find yourself.
Imagine waking up to this view ! Yes, we will be staying in a Pyramid facing hotels. Today , we will start our 4 hour journey early to Baharia desert.
The White Desert is a natural wonder that you simply can’t miss. It is an otherworldly landscape of white limestone formations that have been sculpted by wind and sand over millions of years. The stark white formations against the blue sky create a surreal and almost alien-like atmosphere.