Activities for Historical Places in Egypt

From $150.00

Anthony and St. Paul are the world's earliest Christian monasteries, founded in the fourth century AD amid cliffs and caverns beneath the Red Sea mountain Galala Al-Qibliya. Both monasteries are considered sacred to the Coptic Church in Egypt.

From $400.00

During the trip days, you explore the East Bank in Luxor, including Karnak Temple and Luxor Temple, on board Luxor and Aswan Nile cruises. Enjoy dining on board at the Belly Dance Show and feast your eyes.

From $175.00

In two days, discover the finest of Luxor. You will learn a great deal about the intriguing history of ancient Egyptians, and be mesmerized by the beauty of temples. Spend one night at a hotel and then continue sightseeing the next day.

From $10.00

Explore Mosque, church, and port. Experience El Dahar's historic area with its traditional Egyptian atmosphere, meander through old town souks, discover local stores

From $150.00

Discover the history of Pharaonic Egypt on a two-day tour that takes you from Giza to Cairo. Spend the evening on a luxurious Nile cruise ship with a delicious dinner and an oriental show. Visit the Sphinx and visit the pyramids of Khafre and Menkaure

From $60.00

Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza and the Egyptian Museum in Cairo to learn more about Egypt's history and culture; both are free and open to the general public. As a result of their participation in this tour, participants will gain a better grasp of pharaonic Egypt's history.

From $240.00

Visit the famed three Great Pyramids of ancient Egypt: Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure. It is believed that the Giza and other Pyramids were built to house Pharaoh's wealth. According to legend, the Pharaoh's spirit, termed his ka, remained with his body.