For all bookings and enquiries please email or contact Steven via WhatsApp on +20 1284332337.



Loose yourself in the souk and alleyways of Islamic Cairo – Photo ramonvermij via

An unforgettable and fascinating trip to an enchanting, historic and vibrant city including a visit to the only one of the “seven wonders of the ancient world” still standing – the great pyramids of Giza.

You will be driven from your hotel to Marsa Alam’s airport for a short flight to Cairo.  You can fly out on either a Sunday, Monday or Wednesday at 19.10 arriving at Cairo at 20.35 where you would be met at the airport and whisked away by limousine to your hotel.  

*The prices for all the excursions including lunch are 180 euro for the first person, 130 euro for the second person and 110 euro for each extra person. Prices include the hotel with breakfast, all transfers, lunch, all trips and transport to the sites in Cairo and the services of an Egyptologist tour guide.  However the price of the flight is not included.  You can book this online via Egypt Air’s website or ask Steven to book it for you (contact details at the top of this page.)

The first night you will have a three star hotel which if available would be the City View Hotel which is located almost opposite the Egyptian Museum.  In the morning you will have breakfast at the hotel and then have an escorted tour around Cairo visiting

  • The Egyptian Museum
  • The Pyraminds of Giza
  • The Sphinx – (followed by lunch)
  • and then Khan El Khalili and its markets

You would return to Marsa Alam by Egypt Air leaving Cairo late afternoon or early evening which gets you back to Marsa Alam about an hour and twenty five minutes later.  You would then be picked up at the airport and taken back to your hotel.  

To book please email Steven at or contact Steven via WhatsApp on +20 1284332337.

We recommend taking a quick look at some of the video clips on this page to give you a little taste of what’s in store  –

For instance these aerial views of the Pyramids of Giza taken by a drone in 2018 –

Edited drone video of the Pyramids of Giza.
March 2018 – 1.14 mins – 781+ likes – 64,000+ views.



Includes two flights and a 5* hotel

Pick up from your hotel in the early morning by your chauffeur to take you to Marsa Alam airport for your flight to Cairo. There you will be met on arrival by your own personal Egyptologist guide who will escort you on a full day’s exploration of this legendary city.

Then fly late evening to Luxor where you will be met by your driver who will whisk you to a top five star hotel where you will stay the night. Then next day explore the wonders of Luxor with a qualified guide and in the late afternoon relax in a trational felucca sail boat while watching the setting sun before finally departing by private car back to Marsa Alam.  

Here are some of the highlights.


  • Pyramids of Cheops, Chepren and Mykerinus and the Sphinx.
  • The Egyptian Museum.
  • Khan El Khalili Market in Old Cairo


  • Karnak Temple
  • Luxor Museum or Sight and Light Show at Karnak.
  • Amenhotep III (Colossi of Memnon)
  • Valley of the Kings – visit 3 tombs (excluding Tutankhamun)
  • Hatshepsut Temple


  • Internal flight ticket (Marsa Alam-Cairo and Cairo-Luxor)
  • Pick up from your hotel in Marsa Alam and return
  • Accommodation in Luxor at 5* hotel with breakfast
  • All transfers by private air conditioned vehicle
  • Private English speaking guide throughout tours
  • Entrance fees to all the sites in Cairo and Luxor
  • Transfer from Luxor to Marsa Alam by private vehicle
  • Bottled water on board all vehicles
  • Lunch at a local restaurant during tour in Cairo and Luxor
  • All service charges and taxes


Not only do you get all the above but Steven also offers a one hour ride in a felucca (sail boat) on the Nile at Luxor and a one hour horse and carriage ride around the the town. For more information on what to see in Luxor and other excursion options please visit the Luxor and Aswan page.


1. The Egyptian Museum

One of the most famous museums in the world with 120,000 items.  It houses the world’s largest collection of Pharaonic antiquities including many beautifully preserved mummies as well as stunning ivory and gold artifacts from the reign of King Tutankhamen. 

Egyptian Museum Walking Tour.
July 2019 – 41.18 mins – 7.1K+ likes – 420,000+ views

2. The Pyramids of Giza

The pyramids of Giza lie on the edge of Cairo where the vast Sahara desert starts.  Did you know that the Pharaoh Khufu built the first pyramid taking over 23 years and using two million blocks of stone weighing an average two and half tons each ?

The Pyramids of Giza – How and Why ?
Sept 2016 – 50.23 mins – 10K+ likes – 2.1 million+ views

The Sphinx

A giant limestone statue with the body of a lion and the head of a human. It was built approximately 2,500BC probably by the pharaoh Khafra.  In medieval times locals paid homage to the Sphinx believing it to be the talisman of the Nile and that their harvest depended on his goodwill.  It’s not known how the Sphinx lost his nose but one stories says it was as a result of a cannon ball shot by Napoleon’s soldiers.

The Sphinx – Whose Face is it anyway ?
July 2019 – 15.44 mins – 2.4K+ likes – 59,000+ views

Khan EL Khalili

Probably Cairo’s oldest, largest and most famous souk. It dates back to the fourteenth century when the spice trade flourished and was a man reason for the city’s rise and early prosperity.  Today it’s a great place for shopping or relaxing in one of the traditional coffee houses to soak up the atmosphere.  The famous Al Azhar University and mosque can be found close by. 

A fascinating walk through Islamic Cairo
June 2019 – 1.28 hours – 17K+ likes – 2.4 million+ views

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If you wish to travel to Cairo on any day when there is no Egypt Air service then you can still travel comfortably all the way in an airconditioned licensed taxi. The price would be 209 euros one way or 361 euros return. Email or contact Steven via WhatsApp on +201284332337.