Daily Tours From Cairo

Most Tours includes pickup from and to your hotel in a private car, a licensed Egyptologist Guide, and entrance fees, except where indicated. The prices quoted below are per person based on double. In the case of a single person a supplement will apply.


Egyptian Museum
(Half day tour, approximately 3 hours)
You will visit Egyptian Museum in the center of Cairo, which houses a magnificent collection of pharaonic antiquities, especially the golden treasures of Tut Ankh Amun. CAD75.00

Old Cairo
(Half day tour, approximately 3 hours)
You will proceed to Old Cairo to visit the Moallaqa Church called the hanging church it was built in the first century, near by Abou Serga Church built in the 4th century to mark the spot where the Holy family rested. Continue to Ben Ezra Synagogue, the oldest Jewish synagogue in Egypt. For those who wish to browse and shop, your tour will terminate at the Khan El Khalili Bazaar, displaying the selling all types of oriental goods. CAD65.00

Memphis and Saqqara
(Half day tour, approximately 4 hours)
A forty-minute drive from the city center on the edge of the desert is the sight of the ancient burial city of Memphis, the City of the God Path and the capital of the oldest kingdom in the world. Little remains of Memphis, except for few temple ruins, an alabaster Sphinx and large statue of Ramses II. A few miles further on bring you to Saqqara, the step Pyramid of King Zoser, reputed to be the old pyramids in Egypt. This fascinating site includes a visit the Mastaba Tomb of Ti, Tomb of Ptah Hotep, the Serapeum and the Pyramid of Sekhemkhet, a fine example of an Old Kingdom tomb. CAD 75.00

Pyramids and the Sphinx
Half day tour, (approximately 3 hours)
Visit the great Pyramids of Giza, Cheops Pyramid is one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Nearby is the mysterious Sphinx, a colossal lion with a pharaoh's head. Return to hotel. CAD 65.00

Sound and Light show at the Pyramids
English: Friday/Saturday/Monday/Wednesday/Thursday Evening performance, approximately 2 hours
An evening performance at the Giza plateaus, where the Pyramids and Sphinx are specially illuminated to tell their story in the sound and light show. There are two performances each night in different languages, and starting times do vary according to the hour of dusk. Make sure to wear something warm during the winter months. CAD65.00

Islamic Cairo

Half day tour, (approximately 3 hours)
Visit the 12th century Citadel built by Salahaldin for the defense of Cairo, you will also visit the Mohammed Ali Mosque a splendid towering mosque known as the Alabaster Mosque due to the use of alabaster for coating its interior and exterior walls. From the Citadel you will travel to Old Cairo where you will visit the Sultan Hassan Mosque the pearl of Islamic architecture and one of the most splendid Islamic monuments in Egypt. Continue to El Azhar Mosque which is part of the oldest Islamic universities in the center of an area full of the most beautiful monuments from 10th century. CAD 65.00

Dinner Cruise
Take the opportunity to sail the Nile and see Cairo by night from the comfort of an excellent Cruise Restaurant. You will be able eat dinner and enjoy an oriental show, complete with belly dancing. CAD85.00

Pharaonic Village
(Half day tour, approximately 3 hours)
Visit the Pharaonic Village, a recreated model of Ancient Egyptian life featuring a floating amphitheater, the Canal of Mythology, a display of the most prominent gods. A typical garden, wheat cultivation in an agricultural field, construction of papyrus boats in an ancient shipyard, fishing scene and twelve stands showing the most important crafts of ancient Egypt. CAD65.00

(Full day tour, approximately 10 hours)
Depart Cairo early in the morning for about a three hour drive across the Delta. The places of interest that will be Royal Palace of Ras El Tin, the Mosque of Sidi Abu Abbas and Pompey's Pillar. Drive along the corniche to the white sandy beaches of Montazah where you can view the surroundings of King Farouk Palace. CAD165.00

Fayoum Oasis
(Full day tour, approximately 10 hours)
The nearest Oasis to Cairo, 65 miles south west of the city. Witness a typical country setting with lush green fields set off by vibrant colours with the blend of desert and agriculture atmosphere. By the shores of Lake Qarun you will visit the Pyramids of Amenemhat III and Senousert II. CAD 150.00

Oriental Evening
You will be driven to a traditional Oriental restaurant for an evening of an Egyptian folkloric show and an oriental cuisine. CAD 85.00

Daily Tours From Luxor

West Bank - Valley Of The Kings and Queens
(Half day tour, approximately 4 hours)
Cross the Nile River by ferry to the West Bank (Thebes). Consecrated as one enormous necropolis for the burial of the Kings, Queens and Nobles of the New Kingdom. This is one of the most spectacular ancient sights in the wold. The tour includes a visit to selected tombs in the Valley of the Kings and the (optional) visit to one of the richest treasures in the world: the Tomb of Tut Ankh Amun. Continue to visit the beautiful colored tombs in the Valley of the Queens and Nobles, Hatsheput's funerary temple at Dier El Bahari and the Colossi of Memnon. CAD120.00

East Bank - Karnak And Luxor Temples

(Half day tour, approximately 3 hours)
Your tour will include a visit to Luxor Temple, constructed by Amenhotep III and Ramses II as the southern sanctuary of god Amon. The colonnades of the Court Amenhotep III are the most graceful in Egypt and the Avenue of the Sphinx once connected the Temples of Luxor and Karnak. The next visit will be to the magnificent Karnak Temple of Amun with its famous Hypostyle Hall and the 134 huge columns, the Statue of Ramses II, the Obelisk of Queen Hatshepsut and the Sacred Lake. CAD 80.00

Abydos and Denderah

(full day tour, approximately 6 hours)
An early start to this excursion begins with a drive to Abydos, the home of the Legend of Osiris. It is here that Osiris was resurrected after having been killed by his brother Seth. And allowed to continue powers as Lord of the Afterlife. The Temple of Denderah is dedicated to Hathor, goddess of joy, dance and love who was reputed to have had healing powers and the sick journeyed here to be cured. CAD 140.00

Sound and Light show at Karnak Temple in Luxor

This a a magnificent show where can walk through the temple experiencing sound and light of this beautiful temple which was built over a period of 200 years. An experience not to be forgotten. CAD65.00

Daily Tours From Aswan

Abu Simbel
After the pyramids, Abu Simbel is one of Egypt's most famous sites. The temple there was built 3000 years ago to honor RamsesII and his wife, Queen Nefertari. Four powerful figures of the pharaoh stand over 60 feet tall. This temple, which has remained nearly intact over the ages, was rescued from the rising water of Lake Nasser by a team of UNESCO engineers, by cutting the entire structure, moving it stone by stone and reassembling it from 1964 to 1968. Abu Simbel is one of the world's best-traveled attractions and should not be missed.
Please book the Abu Simbel option when you make your initial reservation. The tour cost includes return ticket from Aswan. The flight takes about an hour and the sightseeing visit of the temple lasts about one and a half hours. CAD 298.00

Daily Tours From Sharm

St Catherine's Monastery
(full day tour, approximately 8 hours)

An early morning start to this excursion begins at 2am with a drive from Sharm to St, Catherine's Monastery 21/2 hour drive to the oldest known,. Upon arrival you will start to clime Mount Moses, which is the heist peak in Egypt at 2641 meters. It is believed that it is the mountain where Moses is reputed to have received the Ten Commandments. Christians, Moslems and Jewish pilgrim come from all over the world to watch the sunrise from the summit. On a clear day you can see over all of Sinai and even to the sea. After descending from the mountain you will be able to visit the St Catherine's Monastery which is the oldest known, continually lived-in monastery in the world and is still functioning today. The Monastary houses around 22 Greek Orthodox Monks, and a collection of Icons and library of scriptures second only to the Vatican in Rome. CAD 225.00