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Egypt & Dubai 14 days | Nile cruise, Abu Simbel, Red Sea

Departure Date: **Minimum 10 people with Chinese tour guide**
2024: 11/22 , 11/30 , 12/05 , 12/19
✔️ 5-star hotel accommodation (1 night Burj Al Arab).
✔️ Transportation and attraction tickets according to the itinerary (as shown in the itinerary), Cairo-Aswan flight ticket.
✔️ Three meals per day (as shown in the itinerary).
✘ International airfare (round trip US - Cairo and Cairo to Dubai).
✘ Beverages at restaurants
✘ Recommended tips for driver and guide per person per day: Egypt part - Daily tips for tour guides and drivers. It is recommended that the driver and tour guide for a group of less than 12 people total $22 per person per day (full trip $22X9 days = $198/per person).
For a group of more than 12 people, the driver and tour guide total $15 per person per day (full trip $15X9 days = 135/person)
✘ Gratuities on the Nile cruise for a total of USD$9 for 3 days
✘ Visa fee $25(Egyptian arrival visa, NO Dubai entry visa for US passport holder).

Itinerary Daily Itinerary Register for trip


  • No shopping stops the whole time!
  • Visit the three pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx: Includes a visit to the inside of a pyramid. Discover the mysterious architecture and culture of ancient Egypt.
  • Fly from Cairo to Yasven.
  • Enjoying the beautiful scenery of the Nile in the gentle breeze, coupled with the local boat family singing and dancing Nubian songs, portrays a beautiful style, very comfortable and romantic, like a dream immersed in the Nile.
  • Cruise on the Nile on a luxury five-star cruise with comfortable room amenities (1 room for 2 people, cabin facing the river)
  • Arrange a visit to Abu Simbel Shrine, a must-visit site designated by UNESCO as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to witness historical sites.
  • Visit the Nile Valley and its great ancient civilization site ~ the Temple of Kam Mengbo
  • Visit Thebes and its necropolises - Karnak, Luxor, Valley of the Kings and witness the glory days of ancient Egyptian civilization.
  • Stay in the seaside city of Hugarda with a strong holiday atmosphere and feel the Red Sea holiday style.
  • Ride in a 4WD vehicle through the Sahara Desert, but visit ancient desert ethnic tribes and experience the Bedouin living environment.
  • The Egyptian Museum has a collection of more than 100,000 antiquities, such as a living history of ancient Egyptian civilization, especially the funerary objects of Pharaoh Tutang Carmen, gold coffins, gold masks, mummy rooms, etc., which are eye-opening.
  • The National Museum of Civilization, which opened in April 2021, exhibits artifacts from prehistoric, ancient Egyptian pharaonic, Coptic to modern Egypt, including 22 mummies of ancient Egyptian pharaohs and queens over 3,000 years old from the Egyptian Museum, including the famous Ramses II.
  • Enjoy the famous belly dance show
  • Stay in Dubai at the Arabian Seaside Five-Star Hotel (not an ordinary downtown five-star hotel), enjoy the endless Arabian Sea at any time, and taste the glorious and dreamy Arabian Sea.
  • Covering an area of 72,000 square meters, the Miracle Garden is planted with more than 45 million flowers, swaying in a variety of elaborate sculptures and designs.
  • Arrange a water taxi ride on a traditional local transport to cross Dubai Harbour and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the harbour.
  • Atlantis The Palm has partnered with Chef Hell's Gordon Ramsay's popular restaurant, Bread Street Kitchen, to bring you the best of classic British continental cuisine and a relaxing dining atmosphere.
  • Savor Arabic cuisine, luxury buffet lunch at Emirates Palace Hotel, Privilege buffet lunch at Burj Al Arab Hotel, Gordon Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen, international three-course French cuisine, and enjoy a variety of international cuisines.
  • Kindly arrange one bottle of mineral water per person per day on the tour bus.


Daily Itinerary

DAY 1 USA ✈︎ Cairo, Egypt 

  • Today, fly to Egypt, the ancient civilization of the world, this ancient civilization born by the Nile, the glorious pyramid period of the ancient kingdom more than 4,000 years ago, and the heyday of the new kingdom more than 3,000 years ago, to get a glimpse of this mysterious country....

DAY 2  Cairo 

  • There is a passage in "One Thousand and One Nights": Those who have not seen Cairo are equal to those who have not seen the world. The past and present lives of the ancient earth began from here; Deposited with the ancient breath of thousands of years of history, this is Cairo!
  • Upon arrival, pick up at the hotel and check in for rest!

Breakfast: X|Lunch: X|Dinner: X
Hotel: Seigenberger Pyramids Hotel ★★★★★ or similar

DAY 3  Cairo -  Giza - Cairo 

  • Pyramids of Giza: The pyramids are the tombs of the pharaohs, who began to build their tombs from the moment they ascended the throne, and more than eighty pyramids have been found in this area, many of which have collapsed over time. The three most famous pyramids were built in the Fourth Dynasty of Egypt by the three pharaohs of Guf, Kafra and Mankara. Arrange a visit to one of the pyramids of Kafra or Mankara, which has stood for more than 4,000 years just to be witnessed.
  • Go inside and visit the second pyramid.
  • The Great Sphinx: is the oldest known monumental statue, located next to the pyramid of Kafra in Egypt, in the shape of a human head with a lion's body, about 73.5 meters long, about 6 meters wide and about 20.22 meters high, very spectacular; But the Sphinx is built in terms of age, appearance, builder... and other information are full of controversy and opinions, so it also gives rise to the "mystery of the Sphinx".

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Local Cuisine|Dinner: Local Cuisine
Hotel: Seigenberger Pyramids Hotel ★★★★★ or similar

DAY 4 Cairo ✈︎ Aswan【Reference Flight: 7:35A/9:00A】

  • High Dam: In order to solve the problem of the flooding of the Nile, the Yaswen Dam was built in 1960 with the help of Russia to regulate the flow of the Nile so that the Nile no longer floods, and the construction of this dam used more than ten times more granite blocks than the Pyramid of Guf, which shows the great hardship of its construction work.
  • Felucca: One of the means of transportation used on the Nile, it is said that it was first used by pharaohs to tour various places, and then slowly became popular. Enjoying the beautiful scenery of the Nile in the gentle breeze, coupled with the local boat family singing and dancing Nubian songs, portrays a beautiful style, very comfortable and romantic, like a dream immersed in the Nile. 
  • *Please forgive me for taking the Nile cruise between Yasven and Luxor, because the sailing itinerary and shore sightseeing time of each ship are different, and the order will be adjusted according to each itinerary, please understand. Thank you.

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Local Cuisine|Dinner: Buffet or set menu on the cruise
Hotel: Cruise M/S Princess Sara or similar

DAY 5  Aswan - Abu Simbel - Aswan - Kom Ombo - Edfu 

  • Nubian Monuments from Abu Simbel to Philae: Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979, the archaeological site of Nubia on the upper Nile River is home to some of the most magnificent ruins in southern Egypt, such as the Ramses II Temple in Abu Simbel and the Isis Sanctuary on Philae Island.
  • Abu Simbel Temples: The Abu Simbel Temple in the southernmost part of Egypt was built by Ramses II, the greatest pharaoh of ancient Egypt, to celebrate his great work, and the entire temple was carved out of a rock mountain, which was silent for thousands of years before being rediscovered in 1813. Enjoy beautiful sights that can only be seen by car, passing the world's largest Sahara Desert along the way, allowing you to experience this vast desert first-hand and have the chance to see mirages with your own eyes. (The one-way journey from Yasven to Abu Simbel takes about 3.5 hours and requires 4 a.m. to follow the desert road convoy.) )
  • Temple of Kom Ombo: Dedicated to the two main gods, the north worships the eagle god Horus, and the south is the crocodile god Sobek, a temple dedicated to the belief of two gods and two opposite architectural structures, which is unique in Egypt and the most complete preserved building in Egypt, almost maintaining the original appearance of the year, fine reliefs, full of the beauty of primitive art.

Breakfast: Breakfast box on cruise | Lunch: Buffet or set menu on cruise | Dinner: Buffet or set menu on cruise ship
Hotel: Cruise M/S Princess Sara or similar

DAY 6  Edfu - Esna Lock of The Nile - Luxor 

  • Esna Lock of The Nile: The construction of this lock is to regulate the amount of water in the Nile and prevent the Nile from flooding, because the Nile River is very undulating, the water level downstream is lower than the upstream, and when the cruise ship enters the sluice, the front gate will be closed, and the water level will be adjusted after the cruise ship enters, and then open the gate for the cruise ship to pass. Many vendors will use the waiting time of the boat to sell things, and the hawkers will row the boat to the cruise ship, shouting with Egyptian bath towels in their hands, and constantly bargaining with tourists, and the bath towels are thrown around, which is a unique and interesting landscape.
  • Ancient Thebes with its Necropolis: Selected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. Thebes, the city of Amun, the sun god, was the capital of the New Kingdom in ancient Egypt. The majestic ruins of the temple stretch out among the towering colonnades, huge stone carvings and tall door walls of Luxor and Karnak, and you can feel a mysterious and solemn atmosphere when you are immersed in them. The neighboring Valley of the Kings tomb complex is an "eternal place" where the pharaohs of the new kingdom are buried, but most of the tombs were invaded by tomb robbers, and only a few painted tomb galleries remain.
  • Temple of Karnak: One of the largest open-air prehistoric monuments in the world, the scale of the temple is unmatched, there is a row of sphinx in front of the temple door, another row behind the entrance, followed by ten stone pillars about 21 meters high, only one complete stone pillar remains, but its momentum can still be felt. The two obelisks that can also be seen here are about 29 meters high, making them the tallest obelisks in Egypt today. Huge statues, crumbling shrines, and memories of the glory of Egypt's ancient empire are incredible.
  • Temple of Luxor: Also dedicated to the three gods of Thebes, the god Amun and the wife of the god Amun, the goddess of war, Mute, and their two children, the moon god Hons, it is said that every year during the high tide of the Nile, the three gods of the Karnak temple will come here by boat to receive worship and worship from everyone. The temple is north-south and slender, but not similar in size to the Karnak Temple. The main part of the temple was built by Oman's Hotip III and was visited by Alexander the Great until the Hellenistic era.

Breakfast: Buffet on cruise | Lunch: Buffet or set menu on cruise | Dinner: Buffet or set menu on cruise ship
Hotel: Cruise M/S Princess Sara or similar

DAY 7  Luxor - Hurghada 

  • The Valley of the Kings: Between about 1539 BC and 1075 BC, the tombs of the pharaohs of the 18th to 20th dynasties of the New Kingdom period in ancient Egypt, including more than sixty mausoleums, according to the burial chamber open on the day, the guide will introduce the tomb of Ramses I or the tomb of Ramses IV or the tomb of Ramses IX or the tomb of Thutmose III.... After more than 3,000 years, although the tomb was stolen and emptied, the color of the murals on the wall is still clearly visible, and in an instant, it is like passing through a time tunnel, from modern times to 3,000 years ago, there is a sense of what this world is.
  • Clossi of Memnon: What was supposed to be an ancient Egyptian temple was completely destroyed, leaving only two colossiuses.

Breakfast: Buffet on cruise ship | Lunch: Local cuisine | Dinner: Local cuisine
Hotel: Continental Hotel Hurghada ★★★★★ or similar

DAY 8 Hurghada - Cairo 

  • Today you can enjoy SUN, SEA, SAND, take a walk on the beach, or swim in the pool to experience what a real vacation is. Of course, you can also choose to join a self-funded activity and ride a 4WD through the endless desert to visit Bedouin tribes and see their unique way of life in the desert. Or take a glass boat ride at your own expense to see the colorful aquatic life and coral formations of the Red Sea.
  • Bedouin Safari Trip (approx. 3 hours): Take a four-wheel drive to the desert in the mood of adventure. The color of the mountain rock muscle texture is ever-changing, making people's chests full of touches: The mountains with their steep lines become a beautiful blue silhouette. A desolate desert that seems unsuitable for human existence, but a group of nomadic Bedouin tribes live in the mountains. In the absence of electricity and lack of water, Bedouins have their own philosophy of life.

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Local Cuisine|Dinner: Local Cuisine
Hotel: Hotel Grand Nile Tower or similar

DAY 9   Cairo 

  • The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (Mummies Room ticket not included): Officially opened in April 2021. The museum covers an area of about 139,000 square meters, and the main exhibition hall covers an area of about 2,000 square meters, displaying cultural relics from various periods from prehistory, ancient Egyptian pharaonic period to modern Egypt.  
  • Egyptian Museum: The collection of Egyptian ancient cultural relics and handicrafts ranks first in the world, with more than 100,000 pieces, giant human sphinxes, coffins, statues... Pass through ancient times, including treasures excavated from the tomb of Tutang Carmen, statues of golden masks... and other funeral goods, which will make you dizzy.
  • Khan el-Khalili: Located in the historic city center, this big market is located in a labyrinthine alleyway, with a wide range of exotic goods and souvenirs to choose from, guaranteed to dazzle you, don't forget that bargaining is a must!

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Local Cuisine|Dinner: Local Cuisine + Belly Dancing
Hotel: Hotel Grand Nile Tower or similar

DAY 10  Cairo ✈︎ Dubai 【Reference Flight: 1:10P/5:30P】

  • Fly to Dubai today. Upon arrival, head to the hotel to check in and enjoy dinner!

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch:X|Dinner: Luxury dinner at the hotel
SLS Hotel or   Sofitel Dubai  or similar

DAY 11  Dubai - Abu Dhabi - Dubai 

  • Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque (inside): The largest mosque in Arabia and one of the most beautiful in the world, the hall is a bright and clean, pure white marble walls and floors, covered with vine carvings made of colored magnets, soft and detailed, transparent glass sashes and doors, carved with Islamic patterns, it is a masterpiece of art, can accommodate a staggering number of 40,000 prayers, a total of 80 domes, about 1, 000 colonnades, 24K solid gold chandeliers, and the world's largest hand-woven carpet. The mosque is surrounded by crystal clear water, which brings out its noble beauty.
    【Thoughtful reminder】The Grand Mosque of Abu Dhabi no longer provides robes for rent, please bring the following clothing: (1) Men: Please wear long pants and sleeved shirts (2) Women: Please wear sleeved tops, loose trousers or long skirts, cover your ankles, do not be tight, not transparent, please bring your own headscarf and cover your hair.
  • Abu Dhabi Heritage Village: This is where you can experience and understand the traditional life of Abu Dhabi residents before the discovery of oil. The interior display is lively and interesting, like a living museum, worth visiting. Bedouin-style tents, palm-leafed and mud huts, as well as early mosque buildings, are modeled after past nomadic and fishing settlements; camels and horses are kept in fences, sheep and cattle are kept in zoos, which are the main means of transportation or livestock income for residents; and open-air markets built in imitation of ancient bazaars sell handicrafts.
  • Abu Dhabi President Qasr Al Watan (ticket included): The official meeting place of the UAE today, as well as the venue for official state visits and events of heads of state, the area covers 150 hectares including palaces and gardens. Visitors can get a rich experience on a tour of the palace. In the West Wing, they will learn about the formation of the UAE state and its regime system, as well as access to the official assembly hall. In the East Wing Hall of Knowledge, visitors can view a large collection of artifacts and precious manuscripts, and learn about the contributions of the Arab world to various fields such as human science, art, humanities and literature.
  • Louvre Abu Dhabi (ticket included): In 2007, the Louvre in Paris announced that a "new Louvre" would be established in Abu Dhabi, leading the way by artists from all over the world

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: 8-star Emirates Palace Hotel Buffet|Dinner: International 3-course French cuisine
SLS Hotel or   Sofitel Dubai  or similar

DAY 12  Dubai 

  • Dubai Frame (ticket included): The pinnacle of Dubai's skyline, it's 50 stories tall and gilded on all sides! Dubai Photo Frame has been called "the biggest photo frame in the world"! In line with the noble atmosphere of Dubai, the tower is specially arranged to climb the tower, and there is also a 360-degree observation deck with a panoramic view of the Dubai city, and the glass floor on the tower seems to stand on a picture frame
  • Museum of the Future (ticket included): Avant-garde architecture and rich interactive exhibits connect the present and the future. Like an illusory building in a science fiction movie, Dubai has added another stunning building, with a geometric exterior and a beamless ring design full of science fiction.
  • Water Taxi ABRA ride (ticket included): Water Taxi is the oldest and easiest means of transport for locals on Dubai Creek
  • Gold Market & Spice Market: The windows of the market are filled with dazzling gold artefacts, necklaces, rings, bracelets, earrings and brooches. The neighboring Spice Street is full of imported incense and is the best place to experience the local style.
  • Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood: A glimpse into life in old Dubai in the mid-19th century. Much of the old infrastructure has been preserved, and the traditional wind towers built of stone, teak, plaster, palm and sandalwood represent Adi's history

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Luxury buffet in the Burj Al Arab|Dinner: Arabic


Hotel: Burj Al Arab or similar


DAY 13  Dubai 

  • The View at the Palm (ticket included): The 2020 New Palm Observation Deck, which offers panoramic views of The Palm from the 52nd floor of the Palm, with a panoramic view of the Palm trees and the sparkling Arabian Gulf and Dubai skyline in the distance.
  • Dubai Miracle Garden (ticket included): A one-of-a-kind wonder of the world and the largest garden in the world, covering 72,000 square meters and planting more than 45 million fresh flowers, dazzling in a variety of intricate sculptures and designs.
  • Bluewaters Island: Bluewaters Island is Dubai's famous artificial island, located near Dubai Marina, surrounded by stunning scenery, Arabian Gulf, Dubai Marina, Dubai Eye and Dubai coastline, the island is divided into residential areas, shopping areas, leisure and entertainment areas, hotels and beach clubs dining, accommodation and entertainment as one, is a shopper's paradise
  • Ain Dubai photo: The most famous of the blue water islands is the giant Ferris wheel "Dubai Eye", Dubai's new landmark. At 250 meters tall, the Dubai Eye is the world's tallest Ferris wheel and twice as tall as the London Eye!

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Gordon Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen|Dinner: Deluxe Dinner
Airport area hotel  or similar

DAY 14  Dubai ✈︎ USA 

  • Go to Dubai Airport today, and after checking in at the airport, prepare to return to your sweet home with the good memories of the past few days~

Breakfast: Breakfast box

Register for trip

Please read the terms and conditions carefully before registering.

Is this tour suitable for me?

  • ​​Suitable age: Due to quality considerations and local restrictions, only applicants over 12 years old will be accepted
  • Wheelchair access: Due to limited facilities, some attractions may need to be waived without refund. VIPs using wheelchairs must be accompanied by an assistant, and the tour guide cannot assist separately
  • Special diet: Please let us know when you register, and we will try our best to arrange it. We apologize for some special diets that are more restrictive, but we apologize for not being able to provide them​​

Local conditions :

  • Triple rooms are not available for this tour
  • Please check the description of the daily itinerary in detail


  • Under the epidemic control, the procedures and requirements for entering the country for foreigners are different from the past, please contact Sonic Tour for the latest information
  • If the visa is issued by Sonic Tour, once the document is delivered, no refund will be made under any circumstances


  • Please provide a copy of your passport when registering to avoid inconvenience during your trip by mistake; It is also recommended to bring a copy of your passport with you in case you need it
  • During the whole trip, you need to use the same documents as when you registered, so as not to delay the itinerary or cause unnecessary expenses or losses to the VIP if the documents do not match.
  • The passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the date of return and at least 2 blank pages marked "Visas."

Flights & Baggage:

  • Most airlines require a fee to pre-reserve a seat, which you can do online up to 24-48 hours before departure.
  • For guests who have booked their own tickets, if there is a transfer, it is recommended to reserve at least 3 hours of transfer time.
  • The weight and number of checked baggage are according to the regulations of each airline's international flight, and the excess weight fee must be borne by the VIP guests.



Egypt & Dubai 14 days | Nile cruise, Abu Simbel, Red Sea (CH)
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