Duabi – Egypt Tour Package
Departure for Dubai.
Arrival to Dubai
Pickup and transfer to the hotel and overnight at any prebooked hotel.
The diversity of modern architecture and rich culture will amaze you on your trip to Dubai, you will experience modern skyscrapers to traditional Arabic settlements. Dubai is a city of contrasts, with a near dizzying blend of ancient landmarks and ultra-modern features. See Burj Al Arab Hotel—the world’s tallest—set on a man-made island, Jumeirah Mosque, and the impressive Emirates Tower, the tallest building in all of the Middle East and Europe.
A visit to the Dubai Museum will give you background on Dubai in its pre-oil days, before you head to see the wind-tower houses and textile market. Your trip will start by driving through Al Garwood Bridge, proceeding to Dubai creek with a photo stop from where you can capture Bur Dubai, Deira and traditional Dhow cruise wooden boats. Thereafter proceed to Dubai Museum which is home of theAl-Fahidi Fort, built in 1800 and considered to be one of the oldest building in Dubai.
Your next stop will be Heritage and Diving village for a photo shoot. Here, you will find potters and weavers who display their craft. We move to the other side of Dubai, through the Maktoum Bridge, driving by the famous Sheikh Zayed Road to arrive at Sheikh Mohammad’s Palace in Zabel. The palace has been named after the late His Highness Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the first President of United Arab Emirates.
After a brief photo stop at the Palace, drive on to Jumeirah, the upmarket area of Dubai. Proceed further and have a look at the upcoming projects in Dubai, the Dubai Marina and the Palm Jumeirah. This will bring us to Souk of Madinat Jumeirah, famous for Arabic artisans and crafts people showing their wares and do not forget to enjoy the street performers here. This point is also good for taking pictures of Burj Al Arab, the only 7-star hotel in United Arab Emirates. We will end this tour with a stop at one of the most beautiful mosque in Dubai, called The Jumeirah Mosque. You are expected to cover your arms and legs while entering it. You are also taken to the Gold and Spice souk (market) at the end of your trip.
Dhow Cruise dinner
The contrast between new and old is the underlying theme of Dubai today. Traditional Dhow’s have been around in this region for centuries and the contrast with the artificially created, uber modern Dubai Marina is surreal. Travelers Choice Travel & Tourism L.L.C. Dubai invites you to join us on a unique attraction that has only previously been available in the heart of the old town, the Creek.
What could be more romantic than a dinner on a dhow as it glides serenely along the Dubai Creek by moon light. While you cruise aboard it offers on intriguingly contrasting views of this amazing city such as the Old Town, Sheikh Saeed’s house, birthplace of Sheikh Saeed, heritage village, golf club, parks as well as famous modern skyscrapers of the city in the spectacular night lights.
On the Cruise, delicious Arabic/ International buffet dinner will be served.
If you are visiting Dubai for pleasure or business spare, an evening for this Desert Safari to cheer you up. Once we pick you from your location, your desert safari tour begins with an unforgettable roller coaster drive in the desert skimming over the magnificent Sand Dunes. Experience the thrills of the golden dunes and witness spectacular views of the sunset during our desert safari tour. On the way, stop at a local camel farm to see camels of all different shapes and sizes, roaming around their natural habitat. Learn all about these amazing creatures and enjoy a short camel ride around the farm if you wish. After which we proceed towards our camp Bedouin with a stop en route to experience a memorable desertsunsetDesert Safari Tour Dubai
A traditional welcome awaits our guests with Arabic coffee, and tea and dates while the charcoal fires and the traditional oven is lit in preparation for our evening dinner. Take some time out to relax in our Arabic tents furnished with carpets and pillows for your comfort or chill out by the campfire. Enjoy the splendid buffet dinner with a wide variety of barbecue meats, salads, main-course and deserts. enjoy the camp entertainment: get a henna tattoo on your hands or feet, or sit back and watch a traditional Egyptian folk dance known as El Tanoura, which is performed by spinning men in long, twirling skirts. Before returning to Dubai, smoke a shisha (an Arabic water pipe), if you wish, while enjoying a live belly dance performance around the campfire.
On the southern end of Sheikh Zayed Road rises the Burj Khalifa but you don’t need to be standing near it to see it. The stunning building is the tallest in the world. When you go up to the Burj Khalifa observation deck you get to ride in one of the supper fast elevators. The building is predominantly residential with the world’s first Armani Hotel on the lower levels and the observation deck on the 124th floor. After you wait in a line (probably for longer than you expect) you can take the speedy elevator to the 124th floor. At the Top is an outdoor observation deck; it is 452 meters from the ground. There are telescopes so you can see the city below and the rest of the emirate in the distance. If you buy an At the Top SKY ticket you get a guided tour, jump the queue and get to go to the 148th floor as well. If you’d rather not visit the observation deck there is the Atmosphere restaurant on the 122th floor. You can also enjoy the fountain show at the foot of the building and the 11 hectare park which surrounds the skyscraper.
Departure for Egypt and arrival.
Pickup and transfer to the hotel and overnight at any prebooked hotel.
Pyramids of Choeps, Chepren and Mycerious.
The great pyramids are the only ones surviving of the seven wonders of the ancient world. They are Egypt’s most visited monuments are Egypt’s most visited monuments and among the world’s greatest tourist attractions.
The Ancient Egyptians built the pyramids as tombs to preserve the bodies of their dead kings especially that they believed in resurrection and immortality, The Pyramids of Giza lie at the western edge of Greater Cairo, about 10 kms from downtown, and comprise:
The Great Pyramid
The most famous structure in the world and the only surviving of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It was built by King Khufu (Cheops) of the IV Dynasty around 2650 BC. lts height now is 137 m (original height: 146 m). Almost 2.5 million blocks of stone were put into building this pyramid. All this, however, dwindles when compared to the precision and astounding ability of the ancient Egyptian in building this pyramid. Close to the eastern flank of the Pyramid of Khufu lie three small pyramids dedicated either to his wives or family members.
The Second Pyramid
Built by Khafre (Chephren), south-west of his father’s (Khufu’s) pyramid though lower in height: 136 m. It still retains, on some of its upper parts, the remains of the limestone that had once covered it all. At the base, it measures 215.5 m square. lts interior is simple, with two entrances on the north side. The visitor can also still see the remains of Khafre’s mortuary temple, the Temple of the Valley, and rising causeway. These temples witnessed the religious rites during the embalming of the body.
The Third Pyramid
Built by Menkaure (Mycerinus), south-west of the Great and Second Pyramids. It is much smaller than either one (62 m high). It is distinguished by the fact that the lower part of its sides still retain their granite slab coverings.
On the way to the Temple of the Valley, lies the large statue of the Sphinx. The Sphinx is carved from a single piece of stone. One of most famous monuments in the world, it is indeed a legendary statue for it has the body of lion and the face of a man. lt is 70 m long and 20 m high. The face of the Sphinx closely resembles that of King Kephren.
Since time immemorial the Egyptians have been extracting essential oils for essences. Here you have a chance to experience the aromas like, ‘The secrets of the desert,’ ‘The lotus’ and all popular international designer perfumes and colognes.
The papyrus was first made in ancient Egypt- learn how to manufacture this paper using papyrus reeds. And you have an opportunity to buy some hand painted papyrus.
Called the museum of the Egyptian antiquities, it is one of the greatest museums you will ever see, housing and unrivalled collection of antiquities reaching back 5000years.
In the evening there is Nile cruise dinner, which lasts for 2 hours, sailing on the Nile with Folkloric
Shows and Belly Dancers. At the end of this cruise you will be driven back to your hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel. Then Transfer to Alexandria by road (2.5 hrs approx), arrive Alexandria.
Highlights of the day:
The Catacombs Of Kom El Shoukafa.
Kom El Shoukafa is an underground wonder world of ornate carvings and paintings and a mixture of Roman and Egyptian designs. It is the largest Roman Funerary complex in Egypt. And dates from the second century A.D. This warren of tombs, on three levels, also contains the Triclinium, where relatives used to sit on stone benches to feast the dead, and a central tomb with reliefs of bearded serpents. Inside are 2nd century A.D. statues of Sobek and Anubis wearing roman armor.
Citadel Of Fort Qaitbey
This citadel is the further most edifices on the harbors arm. The fort is on the original site of the Pharos, Alexandria’s ancient lighthouse, built in 279 BC to a height of 12 meters and topped with the statue of Poseidon. Although Pharos was restored at various times it had finally crumbled by the time the original fort was built here, in the 1480’s. This magnificent structure houses Fort Qait Beys naval museum.
A private park where world leaders often meet, 150 acres of numerous trees, palms. Then transfer To Cairo, Arrive Cairo transfer to Hotel , Over Night In Hotel
Your final day starts with breakfast at the hotel followed by check-out. You will then be transferred to the airport for your final departure.