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Day 6 NOV : Arrival and Check in at the Hotel
Arrival to Cairo airport, our representative will transfer you by a private A/C car to your hotel Overnight in Cairo.
Sound and Light show at Giza Pyramids
Around 18:30 pm we will pick you up from your Hotel in Cairo or Giza city then transfer you by private car with A\C to Enjoy one of the most amazing night show at Giza pyramids and after the show we will transfer you back to your Hotel in Cairo
Day 7 NOV : Giza Pyramids & Old Cairo
Our tour guide will come to pick you up to start a terrific tour in Cairo visiting its impressive landmarks including:-
Giza Pyramids Complex
Which contains the following Attractions:
· The Magical Pyramid of Khufu
The last remaining monument of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World & the largest pyramid in Giza Plateau. It was built for King Khufu with a height of 147 m. The number of stones used in its construction is more than 2,300,000......Each stone weighs from 2.5 tones to 9 tones.
You will also witness the hypnotic Pyramids of Chephren and Mykerinus.
· The Amazing Giza Sphinx
This mythical creature limestone statue was made of one piece of stone carved not built and it takes the facial expressions of king Khafre. It stands at 73 m long, 19 m wide, and 20 m in height. Don't forget to ask your tour guide about how the Sphinx missed its nose??!!!!
· The Incredible Valley Temple
It is the place that witnessed the main mummification & purification of the ancient Egyptian rulers & Pharaohs.
After that, you will enjoy a tasty lunch at an impressive oriental restaurant then you will join your tour guide to visit:
You will join your skillful tour guide to visit some of the most important highlights in Cairo including:
· The Hanging Church
The most recommended religious destination for both Copts and Muslims who come to visit Egypt because of its shape and size as it was built over the Babylon Fortress and that is how it gained its name. Its construction dates back to the 3rd century AD.
Finally, you will enjoy visiting
The “Cave Church” - Monastery of St. Simon the Tanner
This awesome cave church (or technically, ‘churches’ -- the St. Simon monastery complex has seven churches) is unlike anything else we have in Egypt.
Church of St. George (Mar Girgis)
One of the few round churches built in Egypt, St. George’s is built on top of an ancient Roman Tower that connects to the monastery below.
The interior of the church is known for its stained glass and rich woodwork.
Saints Sergius and Bacchus Church (Abu Serga)The Abu Serga church is believed to be built on the spot where the Holy Family (Joseph, Mary, and infant Jesus Christ) stopped and rested towards the end of their journey to Egypt. The spot is now the crypt of the church, 10 meters deep.
It’s also believed that they might have lived here while Joseph was working at the Babylon fortress in what is now modern-day Coptic Cairo -- the fortress’ enclosure today includes the Coptic Museum and a few churches, like the previously mentioned Hanging Church and Mar Girgis.
We will transfer you back to our hotel in Cairo.
Meals:breakfast , dinner
Day 8 NOV : St Anthony and St Paul Monasteries
The monasteries of St. Anthony and St. Paul are the oldest Christian monasteries; they both date back to the 4th century AD, when monks began to settle at the foot of the Red Sea mountain of Galala Al-Qibliya, in hidden cliffs and caves. Both monasteries are considered as the holiest sites of the Coptic Church in Egypt. Located off the Zafarana Road leading to Beni Suef, some 70 km south from Ain Sukhna, 45 km from Hurghada City, the Monastery of St Anthony is a large complex encircled by high walls, including churches, chapels, a bakery, a garden and a spring, celebrating the father of monasticism, Saint Anthony. Things have evolved drastically from the time when back in the 4th century, there were only a few hermits hiding in these cliffs . After a hike through the cliffs and plateaus of the Galala Al-Qibliya Mountain, you can reach the monastery of St Paul, which was built in the 4th century by hermits who had chosen to isolate themselves from the material world at the very same location where Saint Paul had chosen to live in a cave for 90 years. Both monasteries are worth a visit, even if you're not interested in the spiritual aspect of the experience. The beauty of the view you'll catch from up above will make this an unforgettable trip.Daytrips to St Anthony and St Paul Monasteries
In the afternoon, you will go on your way back to your hotel in St Catherine
Meals:breakfast , dinner
Day 9 NOV :
By 02:00 am in the very early morning, you will be taken to visit:
Known locally as Gebel Musa, Mt Sinai is revered by Christians, Muslims and Jews, all of whom believe that God delivered his Ten Commandments to Moses at its summit. The mountain is easy and beautiful to climb, and offers a taste of the magnificence of southern Sinai’s high mountain region. For pilgrims, it also offers a moving glimpse into biblical times. All hikers must be accompanied by a local Bedouin guide (hired from the monastery car park).
You will go down by 07:00 am then you will be transferred to visit St Catherine Monastery:
This ancient monastery traces its founding to about AD 330, when Byzantine empress Helena had a small chapel and a fortified refuge for local hermits built beside what was believed to be the burning bush from which God spoke to Moses. Today St Catherine’s is considered one of the oldest continuously functioning monastic communities in the world. If the monastery museum is locked, ask at the Church of the Transfiguration for the key.
Overnight St Catherine
Meals:breakfast , dinner
Day 10 NOV :
Transfer From St Cathreine to Taba
Private guided tour Package
No Hidden Costs