Day 1 Cairo- Welcome dinner, Le Meridien Pyramids Hotel (Saturday March 28th)

Day 2 Cairo- Giza Plateau, Pyramids, Sphinx, Valley Temple (Sunday March 29th)

Day 3 Saqqara & Dashur- Bent Pyramid, Red Pyramid, Step Pyramid, The Serapeum (Monday March 30th)

Day 4 Cairo/Abydos- Abydos, Set I Temple, The Osirion (Tuesday March 31st)   

Day 5 Dendera/Luxor- Dendera, Temple Of Hathor, evening visit to Luxor Temple(Wednesday April 1st) 

Day 6 Nile Cruise- West Bank: Valley Of The Kings, Hatshepsut's Temple, Colossi of Memnon (Thursday April 2nd) 

Day 7 Nile Cruise- Karnak Temple (Friday April 3rd) 

Day 8 Nile Cruise- lectures, and Kom Ombo Temple (Saturday April 4th)  

Day 9 Nile Cruise- Isis Temple, Aswan Quarry, Unfinished Obelisk (Sunday April 5th) 

Day 10 Aswan/Cairo- Morning visit Abu Simbel, afternoon visit to Elephantine Island, flight back to Cairo (Monday April 6th) 

Day 11 Cairo- Visit to the Egyptian Museum, visit to Old Cairo (Tuesday April 7th) 

Day 12 Cairo- Giza Plateau, PRIVATE visit inside the Great Pyramid, farewell dinner(Wednesday April 8th) 

Day 13 Cairo- Transport to airport and departure  (Thursday April 9th)  

Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1 Cairo- Le Meridien Pyramids Hotel (Saturday March 28th)

A transfer representative will meet you at the airport to assist you with entry formalities, help you acquire your entry visa, and escort you to the beautiful Le Meridien Pyramids Hotel in Giza, and help you check into your room. This Hotel boasts one of the best views of the Giza Plateau and Pyramids in all of Egypt; a truly fabulous way to start our wonderful tour with unsurpassed views.

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At 6:30 PM we will have a meeting and introductions, followed by a welcome dinner together.


- Overnight Le Meridien Pyramids Hotel (D)

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DAY 2  Cairo- Giza Plateau, Great Pyramid, Sphinx, & Valley Temple

(Sunday March 29th)

After breakfast,  we will visit the world famous Giza Plateau.  After exploring the area around the Pyramids, we will drive to a higher spot with a beautiful panoramic view of the pyramids and plateau.  We will then move to the East side of the pyramids to visit the Valley Temple and the Sphinx.  

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After lunch we will visit a very popular essential oil store, where you can experience and purchase some of the most fabulous essential oils, many of which you can only find in Egypt.

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-Overnight Le Meridien Pyramids Hotel (B, L)

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DAY 3  Cairo/Saqqara & Dashur- Red Pyramid, Bent Pyramid, Step Pyramid, The Serapeum (Monday March 30th)

After breakfast, we will drive to Dashur, where we will visit the Bent and the Red Pyramids, attributed to King Sneferu. We will have the opportunity to enter the Red Pyramid, known for its acoustic properties.


After we visit Dashur, we will have a fabulous lunch at The Saqqara Palm Club.

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After lunch, we drive to Saqqara, home to the Step Pyramid attributed to King Djoser.  We will also visit the mystical Serapeum, a huge subterranean complex. 


The Serapeum

A highlight in our tour today is The Serapeum.  The original excavation in 1852 revealed a huge subterranean complex and long hallway that runs directionally east and west,  flanked by chambers that house gigantic highly crystalline stone boxes.  It is traditionally taught that bulls associated with the Apis Bull cult were buried in them; however the acoustic resonant properties and precision craftsmanship of the boxes may suggest another function altogether.  Twenty-three "sarcophagi", or boxes, were made with extremely advanced technology, all weighing 70-100 tons each.


-Overnight Le Meridien Pyramids Hotel (B, L)

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DAY 4  Cairo/Abydos-  Seti I Temple/Temple of Osiris, The Osirion(Tuesday March 31st)

In the morning we will fly to Sohag, then drive to Abydos (about one hour). Abydos was a very important city for the Ancient Egyptians, as they used to do a pilgrimage to it every year. Abydos is the city of Osiris, the lord of the afterlife. When we visit Seti I Temple, the only temple which has 9 holy of holies, you will see carvings in some of the best condition found throughout Egypt.


-Lunch and overnight at House of Life Hotel and Spa (B, L)

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DAY 5  Dendera- The Temple of Hathor, Luxor (Wednesday April 1st)

After breakfast, we drive to Dendera to visit the incredible Temple of Hathor.  Hathor deals with vibration and resonance and here it is also considered as one of the gates or portals to high consciousness. The Temple of Hathor was also one of the main healing centers in Ancient Egypt. Here we will see a replica of the famous "Dendera Zodiac" where one of the first depictions of the zodiac is found,  (the original from the site in now in The Louvre), which points to the ancient origins of astrology and superior knowledge of our solar system.  The Temple of Hathor is considered one of the most breathtaking sites in all of Egypt, and an example of one of the most beautiful restorations of hieroglyphs one can see. 


After Dendera, we drive to Luxor where we will have lunch at the Nile.

-Overnight at Steigenberger Luxor (B,L)

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DAY 6  Nile Cruise- Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut's Temple, & Colossi of Memnon, evening visit to Luxor Temple (Thursday April 2nd)

After breakfast we will embark on our exploration of the sites on the West Bank including the Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut's Temple, and the Colossi of Memnon.  First we will visit the Valley of the Kings where we will view some of the ancient tombs filled with beautifully symbolic artwork.


We also visit the mystical Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut, a beautiful work of architecture by Senemut, believed by some to be her lover.  Hatshepsut, meaning "foremost of noble ladies", is considered the second historically confirmed female pharaoh after Sobekneferu. The temple dedicated to her and built in a half circle of cliffs has been described as one of the greatest Egyptian architectural achievements. 

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After we stop at the Colossi of Memnon, we will check into our rooms on a luxurious 5 star Nile Cruise Ship and enjoy a buffet lunch.  We will also have time for some shopping and later on we will have an evening visit to the spectacular Luxor Temple.

The amazing Luxor Temple: This complex might be the greatest testament to why Luxor has earned its nickname, “The World’s Largest Outdoor Museum”.  The temple is one of the best preserved of all of the ancient monuments with large amounts of the structure, statuary and relief carvings still intact, making it one of the most impressive visits in the Luxor area and all of Egypt.  


Luxor Temple, along with the temple complex of Karnak, are the most famous temple complexes around Luxor and they are both located on the East Bank of the Nile. In ancient times an avenue of sphinxes that ran the entire 3 kilometers between them to connect the two sites. This avenue is currently under excavation, but the section nearest to Luxor Temple has already been restored.

-Overnight on Nile Cruise (B,L,D)

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DAY 7  Nile Cruise- Karnak Temple, & sunset cruise down the Nile (Friday April 3rd)

After an early breakfast, we will visit Karnak, the world's largest temple.  There we will see so much evidence of ancient technology being used to construct this site.  This was one of ancient Egypt's grandest and most ambitious building projects.  its multiple temple buildings are monuments to a list of pharaohs who all wanted to stamp their mark on their kingdom's most revered religious sanctuary.  This was the house of the gods, and its glories were to be feted by all. 


We will also visit places which are rarely visited by tourists, like the very powerful Chapel of Sekhmet, and the newly opened precinct of Mut, one of the four main temple enclosures that make up the Karnak Temple Complex 


-Overnight on Nile Cruise (B,L,D)

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DAY 8  Nile Cruise- Kom Ombo (Saturday April 4th)

After breakfast and morning lectures, we will take in more sites along the Nile and relax with an afternoon of sailing. After lunch we will stop at Kom Ombo, where we will visit the twin temples dedicated to the crocodile Neter Sobek, and Horus the Elder.


We will discuss the aspects of nature and our cosmos, represented by the Neteru and how they relate to awakening our sense and raising our level of awareness.  We will discuss the powerful initiations that were once practiced here, and how we can tap into the profound and self-empowering lessons experienced here by the ancients.  You will also have the opportunity to view depictions of various medical instruments and alchemical healing practices.

-Overnight on Nile Cruise (B,L,D)

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DAY 9 Nile Cruise- Temple of Isis, Aswan Quarry/Unfinished Obelisk, Elephantine Island (Sunday April 5th) 

After breakfast we will take a motorboat to the enchanting Island of Philae, and the powerful Temple of Auset (Isis).  Auset is associated with the ancients' most highly revered star, Sirius.  The annual rising of Sirius was synonymous with the flooding of the Nile River, which left huge deposits of silt, the very valuable black earth or "KMT" (Khemit) for which Egypt was named.  Auset is usually depicted wearing the throne, or "seat of power", reflecting the matriarchal nature of the very ancient civilization.  


Then we will explore the famous Aswan Quarry that is home to the 1,200 ton Unfinished Obelisk, that only a handful of cranes worldwide could lift today, and other significant evidence of higher technologies used by the ancient Khemitians.


-Overnight on Nile Cruise (B,L,D)

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DAY 10  Aswan/Cairo - Morning visit Abu Simbel, Elephantine island, flight back to Cairo (Monday April 6th)

In the morning we will have the opportunity to visit the beautiful Abu Simbel Temple, the rock cut temple in the depth of the Nubian land.

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After lunch we will sail by motorboat to Elephantine Island where we will experience the unique and powerful energies of this location; while also visiting the temple of the Neter Khnum, who was the maker of the "Ka".


We will then fly back to Cairo and check into our hotel.

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-Overnight at either Four Seasons Hotel Cairo 5*(B,L,D)

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DAY 11  Cairo- The Egyptian Museum (Tuesday April 7th)

After breakfast we will fly back to Cairo and visit the Egyptian Museum, explore famous collections like the King Tut exhibit, and some new ones as well.


After lunch we will also have the opportunity to visit Old Cairo.

-Overnight at Four Seasons Hotel Cairo 5* (B,D)

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DAY 12  Cairo- PRIVATE visit inside the Great Pyramid for our group (Wednesday April 8th)

After lunch we will drive to the Giza Plateau once again for a PRIVATE visit to the Great Pyramid, and our group will be allowed access inside the Pyramid  to ourselves for 2 hours! After which we will enjoy our farewell dinner together.


-Overnight at Four Seasons Hotel Cairo 5* (B,D)

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DAY 13  Cairo- Departure and journeys home (Thursday April 9th)

Farewell and departure, transport provided to Cairo International Airport; safe journeys home! (B)

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3 Nights, Le Meridien Pyramids Hotel 4* (B,B)

1 Night, House Of Life Abydos 4* (B,B)

1 Nights, Steigenberger Luxor Hotel 5* (B,B)

4 Nights at Nile Cruise 5* (F,B)

3 Nights at Four Seasons Hotel Cairo 5* (B,B)

Domestic Flights within Egypt (CAI/SOH-ASW/CAI)

Meals mentioned in the itinerary (B breakfast, L lunch, D dinner)

Meet & assists at the airport

English speaking tour guide

 Bottles of water supplied daily

Transportation to all sites mentioned on the itinerary by AC car

Entry tickets to the sites mentioned on the itinerary


Entry Visa to Egypt


Laundry service

*Some sites require a separate photo ticket to be purchased separately and are not included*

Any other service or tour not mentioned in the itinerary

A minimum $1,000 deposit will be required BY BANK TRANSFER with the registration Form to confirm the booking


Payment is required to be paid in full by FEBRUARY 1st, 2020...

(Unless other arrangements are agreed upon in writing, regarding credit card payment to be made and received upon  your arrival in Egypt:  If you are paying your balance via credit card once you have arrived in Egypt, your initial deposit via bank transfer must be at least $2,000, and paid by February 1st, 2020.  Please contact us with any questions) 


You can arrive 1 or 2 days earlier or more, or stay additional days for an additional cost. 

We offer 2 methods of payment for your convenience…

Online Credit Card Payment:

Bank account details for a simple transfer of funds:


Account Name:  Beauty Egypt Tours For Tourism

Bank Name:  Commercial International Bank (Egypt) S.A.E. 

Bank Address:  Al Haram Branch, 126 Ahram Street 2430 Giza, Giza, Egypt

Account No. :  100032354518

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Contact Information:

Beauty Egypt Tours For Tourism

Head Office:

Address : 20 B Old Pyramids Gardens, El Shams Buildings, behind Le Meridien Pyramids Hotel, Giza, Egypt.

T. (+202) 33763124

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We ask you to please send a photocopy of your bank receipt of the transfer, detailed flight info, and passport information with your registration form.

Thank you!

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Reservation and Payment

A non-refundable deposit of $1,000 USD per person will be required at the time of booking.  To ensure your reservation, final payment will be due 60 days prior to the tour start.  Bookings made within 31 to 60 days preceding the start of the tour will require final payment 30 days prior to the start of the tour.  Bookings made within 30 days of the tour start will require full payment immediately upon booking.  it is the responsibility of the traveler (or agent) to determine that final payment reaches us on time.  No booking will be considered until final deposit is received by the tour operator.  Payments are to made via bank transfer.  (Unless otherwise agreed to in writing by all parties involved)  Any fees charged, will be the responsibility of the sender.  Please inquire about this before you make your bank transaction.

Cancellation and Refunds

Due to high preparation costs, cancellations must be received in writing within 60 days of travel date.  Cancellations received more than 30 days prior to departure will have a penalty of $1,000 per person; those received between 25 and 20 days will have a penalty of 75% per person.  Cancellations received 20 days or less before departure will receive no refund.  No refund will be made for transfers, city tours, or any other services (including meals, accommodations or transportation) voluntarily not taken. 


This itinerary is subject to changes in order to adapt to possible alterations in domestic flight times or other unforeseen circumstances.  The content will remain the same, barring any unanticipated complications, and will include many delightful "extras" and surprises.


We recommend that all participants obtain travel insurance.  Travel Insured International offers insurance for trip cost, trip cancellation & interruption, and pays for loss due to unforeseen circumstance, death, injury, or illness to you or a member of your family.  It also includes coverage for missed connections due to weather, pays for lost deposits due to the financial default of the airline, the tour operator, or cruise line.  It pays for baggage delays, travel delays, medical expenses and emergency assistance.

Waver Of Responsibility

By signing up for the Tour you agree to our Terms, Deposit Conditions, and Waiver.  Guide Of Egypt and its agents and our tour facilitators have worked diligently to make all of the arrangements for our journey together in Egypt.  However, Guide Of Egypt and its agents and our tour facilitators will not be held liable for delays, theft, damage, injury, or any other irregularities that may occur during the course of the journey.  We will not be held liable for any changes or delays in airline schedules or missed connections, injury, loss, or damage to persons or property; additional expenses resulting from changes in exchange rates, tariffs or itinerary; any transportation issues or problems with vehicles utilized on the tour; additional expenses incurred due to illness, weather conditions, protests, war, terrorism, quarantine, or other causes; and losses due to cancellations not subject to our Terms and Conditions.

Contact us for any further information via email: 

Erika Mermuse:

Mohamed Ibrahim:

DAY 1 Cairo- Le Meridien Pyramids Hotel (Tuesday April 17th)(D)

DAY 2  Cairo- Giza Plateau, Great Pyramid, Sphinx, & Valley Temple (Wednesday April 18th) (D)

DAY 3  Abydos & Luxor Temple-  Seti I Temple/Temple of Osiris, The Osirion (Thursday April 19th)(B.L)

DAY 4  Nile Cruise- Dendera & The Temple of Hathor,  & Luxor Temple (Friday April 20th) (B.L.D)

DAY 5  Nile Cruise- Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut's Temple, & Colossi of Memnon (Saturday April 21st) (B.L.D)

DAY 6  Nile Cruise- Kom Ombo (Sunday April 22nd)  (B.L.D)

DAY 7  Nile Cruise- Temple of Auset (Isis),  & Aswan Quarry/Unfinished Obelisk, Nubian Village (Monday April 23rd) (B.L.D)

Day 08 Nile Cruise (Tuesday April 24th) : Visit to the famous Temple of Edfu, one of the best preserved shrines in Egypt. The temple is dedicated to the falcon Neter Horus, depicting some of the most important scenes and inscriptions of The sacred drama related to the age old conflict between Horus and Seth.     

Day 09 Nile Cruise (Wednesday April 25th) : Visit to Karnak Temple, where we will spend the entire morning after an early breakfast. We will visit the powerful Chapel of Sekhmet. After Karnak we will have lecture at a papyrus institute and then return to our luxurious Nile Cruise. (B.L.D)

Day 10 Nile Cruise (Thursday April 26th) : After breakfast we fly to Cairo, we will drive to Saqqara, home of the Step Pyramid attributed to King Djoser. You will be lead newly opened pyramid ‘Pyramid of Unas’’ where we will see the first pyramid text. Also we will visit the mystical Serapeum, a huge subterranean complex.  Overnight Mena House (B.L)

Day 11 Nile Cruise (Friday April 27th) : After breakfast we drive to the North Coast of Egypt, to the Mediterranean sea, to Alexandria, and we will visit the underground Catacombs, the biggest pillar in the world (Pompy’s pillar) & the Roman Amphitheatre. We have lunch at a very famous sea food restaurant, and then we drive back to Cairo. Overnight Mena House  (B.L)

Day 12 Alexandria (Saturday April 28th) : After breakfast we will drive to Dahshur where we will visit the Bent and the Red pyramids, return to the hotel and at 18:00 where we will do a private visit the Great Pyramid, then farewell dinner. Overnight Mena House (B.D)

Day 13 Cairo (Sunday April 29th) : After breakfast we will visit the world famous Egyptian Museum where you will see many amazing artifacts collected from sites all over Egypt, including the gold sarcophagus & jewelry on display at the King Tut Exhibit. Departure to Cairo Airport


Erika Mermuse

Singer/Vocalist, Overtone Singer, Composer, Researcher

Erika Mermuse is a singer/vocalist, overtone singer, composer and researcher who has always felt drawn to Egypt, and theorizes that music and acoustics will be an important factor in understanding how to unlock the hidden function and purpose of ancient sites and structures around the world with sound produced by the human voice.

Classically trained in vocal performance since adolescence, and her ability to sing in almost any musical style or genre, has her 22 year long professional career including solo work in over 50 languages and genres ranging from gregorian chant, to present day folk/pop/rock music. She has performed with celtic chamber groups and large classical choral ensembles as a tenure member and lead soloist, and received many awards for her singing including scholarships to Temple University in Philadelphia, and even performing regularly with The Philadelphia Orchestra and at The Academy of Music.

"Through toning and singing we will experience the power of acoustics at work within these ancient sites, and prove that they were undeniably built for a functional purpose. With the voice, we will generate a frequency and vibration, that will allow you to feel these sites come alive, and experience what our ancient ancestors had long ago..." -Erika Mermuse


Mohamed Ibrahim

Egyptologist/Khemitologist, Hieroglyphics Expert, Tour Guide, Director

"Guide Of Egypt", Mohamed Ibrahim, inspired by an equally passionate desire to share his wisdom, offers a wide spectrum of knowledge regarding the history, arts, literature, and culture of the Ancient Egyptians. Mohamed was born in Memphis Egypt, and studied the Ancient Egyptian, Coptic, and Islamic Arts and Histories at Helwan University in Cairo. He has been working as a tour guide and a teacher of hieroglyphics since 2000.

Mohamed's comprehensive knowledge of Ancient Egypt, along with his background in comparative religions and spiritual studies has enabled him to fill lecture halls and conduct a variety of special tours over the years, with some of the most notable names in the current day studies of Egypt's mysterious past, including renowned geologist Dr Robert Schoch, Engineer Christopher Dunn, and spiritualist Nassim Haramein to name a few...

When he is not on tour, Mohamed frequently lectures on Egypt mythology and its spiritual aspects in Egyptian art, ant the Ancient Egyptian concept of Gods and Goddesses.

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