06 Nights / 07 Days OR 10 Nights / 11Days

Day 1

Arrival Cairo International Airport. Our representative will be meeting you upon arrival to assist you with regards to the airport customs and formalities. Transfer to hotel for 04Nights B/B. Check-in and overnight in Cairo.

Day 2

Breakfast at the hotel. Our tour this morning will start with old Cairo. Visiting the Ben Ezra Synagogue sometimes referred to as the El-Geniza synagogue. According to local tradition, it is located on the site where baby Moses was found. This was the synagogue where the GENIZA or store room was found in the 19th Century where by a treasure of abandoned Hebrew Secular & sacred manuscripts. It was named after Abraham Ben Ezra, rabbi of Jerusalem who in the 12th Century restored that synagogue which occupies the shell of a 4th Century Christian church. We shall then walk towards the place where it is believed the baby Moses was found. After we finish that interesting visit, we shall proceed to Haret El Yahood, the Jewish alley, where many Jews have lived in this area. Back to the hotel. Overnight in Cairo.

Day 3

Breakfast at the hotel. Today we shall be having a combination of Jewish and Pharoanic sightseeing's. We shall visit the Shaar Hashmayim synagogue in Adly Street down town Cairo This synagogue was built in a style evoking ancient Egyptian temples and was once the largest building on the boulevard. When the synagogue opened in 1899 there was a vibrant Jewish community in Cairo. We shall then proceed to the at the Egyptian Museum of antiquities, which host over than 100.000 Objects including the treasures of King TUTANKHAMUN. Back to the hotel. Overnight in Cairo.

Day 4

Breakfast at the hotel. Sightseeing including the Pyramids, {Cheops / Chephren &Mecaranys} and the Sphinx. There are no more famous ancient sites within Egypt, or for that matter elsewhere in the world, than the great pyramids of Giza. They are without question, the icon of Egypt. They have been both the main destination for tourists and a source of imaginative thought to the world for over three thousand years. Then we shall make a stop at one of the Papyrus institutes to learn and see how the ancient Egyptians used to make paper out the papyrus plant. Stop for Lunch at a local Restaurant. The city of Memphis is 20 Km (12mi) south of Cairo, on the west bank of the Nile. Memphis became the capital of Ancient Egypt for over eight consecutive dynasties during the old Kingdom. The alabaster sphinx that guards the temple of Ptah serves as a memorial of the city's former power and prestige. Sakkara, major pyramids located here include the step pyramid of Djoser – generally identified as the world's oldest substantial monumental structure to be built of finished stone. Also at Sakkara is the pyramid of Unas, which retains a pyramid causeway that is one of the best-preserved in Egypt. Back to the hotel. Overnight in Cairo.

Day 5

Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out of the hotel. Drive from Cairo to Alexandria {Approx. 04 Hours drive} Arrival Alexandria. Check-in at the hotel for 01 Night B/B. Overnight in Alexandria.

Day 6

Breakfast at the hotel This morning we shall visit the Eliyahhu Hanari synagogue. Built in 1354, but was bombed by the French during their invasion of Egypt in 1798. It was rebuilt in 1850 with contribution, from the Mohamed Ali Dynasty. Your tour guide will then take you to some other synagogues but many of which are to be seen only from the outside. Drive from Alexandria to Cairo {Approx. 04 Hours drive} Arrival Cairo Check-in at the hotel for 01 Night. B/B Overnight in Cairo

Day 7

Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out hotel. Transfer to the Cairo international airport fly to Tel Aviv. Final departure. Or: Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out of the hotel. Our representative will drive you to the domestic airport for the flight Cairo to Aswan Upon arrival to the domestic airport in Aswan you will be met by our Aswan representative who will drive you to Aswan city where you will be transferred to Cruise 3Nights - 4Days Aswan to Luxor on F.B basis. Lunch on board. After lunch there will be the interesting sightseeing for both visits, the high Dam and the temple of Philea Located near Aswan, the world famous High Dam was an engineering miracle when it was built in the 1960s. It contains 18 times the material used in the Great Pyramid of Cheops. The Dam is 11,811 feet long, 3215 feet thick at the base and 364 feet tall. Today it provides irrigation and electricity for the whole of Egypt and, together with the old Aswan Dam built by the British between 1898 and 1902`, 6km down river, wonderful views for visitors. From the top of the two Mile long High Dam you can gaze across Lake Nassar, the huge reservoir created when it was built, to Kalabsha temple in the south and the huge power station to the north. The High Dam created a 30% increase in the cultivatable land in Egypt, and raised the water table for the Shara as far away as Algeria. The electricity producing capability of the Dam doubled Egypt's available supply. The High Dam added a whole new aspect to Egypt and a new environment as well. The lake is some 500 miles long and at the time it was built, if not now, was the world's largest artificial lake. The temple of Philae, was dedicated preeminently to Isis, sister-wife to Osiris, and patroness of the Ptolemaic rule. Although Isis was the major deity honored therein, the location of the island on the frontier between Egypt and Nubia meant that cults of Nubia were also featured on the island, represented by significant cult buildings. Dinner on board Overnight in Aswan

Day 8

Breakfast on board Sail to Kom Ombo, Komombo temple was called both "House of the Crocodile" and"Castle of the Falcon". An imaginary line divides the temple longitudinally into two parts, each with its entrance, hypostyle halls, chapels, etc. The right part of the temple was dedicated to Sobek, the left to Haroeris, whose winged disk that protects from all evils is depicted over all the entrance portals. This temple, too, was the work of the Ptolemies who built it on the site of a much older and smaller sanctuary of which little remains. Lunch on board. Sail to Edfu. Visit the Temple of Edfu, dedicated to the falcon god is the best preserved temples in Egypt. Built during the Greco-Roman period in 237 B.C. The town of Edfu is located on the west back of the Nile River, some sixty miles south of Luxor, with Aswan further south. Its ancient name was Wetjeset-Hrw, or "The Place Where Horus is extolled." Dinner and overnight on board

Day 9

Breakfast on board. Enjoy cruising on the Nile while being on the sun-deck. Continue sailing to Luxor. Highlights of Luxor are both Karnak and Luxor temples as well as the west bank which includes the Valley of the Kings, the temple of Queen Hatshepsut and many other interesting sites. In ancient Egypt, the power of the god Amun of Thebes gradually increased during the early New Kingdom, and after the short persecution led by Akhenaten, it rose to its apex. In the reign of Ramesses III, more than two thirds of the property owned by the temples belonged to Amun, evidenced by the stupendous buildings at Karnak. 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 three kilometers north of Luxor, Egypt situated on 100 ha (247 acres) of land. Karnak is actually the sites modern name. Its ancient name was Ipet-isut, meaning "The Most Select (or Sacred) of Places". This vast complex was built and enlarged over a thirteen hundred year period. The three main temples of Mut, Montu and Amun are enclosed by enormous brick walls. The Open Air Museum is located to the north of the first courtyard, across from the Sacred Lake. Lunch on board. Visit the East Bank. Karnak with its beautiful temple of Amun-Re and Luxor temple. Dinner and overnight on board.

Day 10

Breakfast on board. Check-out after breakfast. Visit the West Bank The Valley of the Kings; Tombs of the Pharaohs Beginning with the 18th Dynasty and ending with the 20th, the kings abandoned the Memphis area and built their tombs in Thebes. Also abandoned were the pyramid style tombs. Most of the tombs were cut into the limestone following a similar pattern: three corridors, an antechamber and a sunken sarcophagus chamber. The Valley of the Queens is located on the West Bank at Luxor (ancient Thebes). There are between 75 and 80 tombs in the Valley of the Queens, or Biban al-Harim. These belong to Queens of the 18th, 19th and 20th Dynasties.Then proceed to the temple of Queen Hatchepsut (Deir El Bahari).finally we shall see the Collosi of Memnon, before going back to our cruise. {Itineraries for the cruise may be changed without a prior notice due to navigational circumstances, may be in sequences but not in visits}. Transfer to Luxor Airport for the domestic flight from Luxor to Cairo. Arrival Cairo airport. You will be met by our friendly representative for the transfer to your hotel for 01night B/B. Check-in at the hotel. Overnight in Cairo.

Day 11

Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out of the hotel. Transfer to Cairo international airport fly to Tel Aviv Final departure.

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