Our Egypt tour packages from UK can allow British travellers to experience a different climate and more oriental foods.
Check out our holidays to Egypt from the UK and enjoy the traditional Egyptian food and drinks, fascinating places to visit, and pleasant weather. Don’t worry about your time or money; all of our Egypt tour packages from London are made to order by travel and financial management consultants with years of experience making the best Egypt tour packages from the UK.
We carefully chose our hotels, cars, drivers, Egyptologist tour guides, and even restaurants in Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor, Aswan, and Hurghada to ensure every British tourist has the best holiday possible, efficiently and affordably.
Best Egypt Tour Packages From UK
Egypt Tour Packages from London - Nile Cruise Only
A trip down the Nile is the best way to see ancient Egyptian landmarks and learn about living in the region. Highlights of Nile cruises between Luxor and Aswan include the Luxor Temple, the Karnak Temple, and more with our Egypt tours from UK.
Visit the West Bank and see the Valley of the Kings, Valley of the Queens, and Temple of Hatshepsut; then, while you sail to Edfu, you can party with the captain and converse all night long in your casual cruise attire.
Cruise to Aswan to see the High Dam, the Unfinished Obelisk, and the Temple of Philae, and spend the day exploring Edfu and Kom Ombo, where you can visit the Temple of Kom Ombo and the Temple of Edfu.
Amon Ra Tours is where you should go for a memorable Nile cruise on our Egypt tour packages from London.
With our Egypt tour packages from the UK, you can see all of our unique monuments, like the Pyramids of Giza, the Great Sphinx, the Coptic sites in old Cairo, and the Islamic landmarks, mosques, and citadels.
Our Egypt holiday packages from UK give you a great chance to take a memorable Nile Cruise between Luxor and Aswan and see beautiful places like the Karnak temple, the Queen Hatshepsut temple, the Abu Simbel temple, the Philae temple, the Valley of the Kings, the Valley of the Queens, and many other ancient Egypt tours. Don’t forget the well-known cities of the Red Sea, either.
The best tropical holiday to Egypt from the UK is the Red Sea’s beautiful resorts in Hurghada, and El Gouna. You can choose your Egypt tour packages from London, and you can choose from luxury tour packages or cheap holidays to Egypt for individuals, couples, families, groups, or private tours. Book your favourite Egypt tour packages from the UK and enjoy the vacation you deserve.
When you take a diving tour in Sharm El Sheikh, Dahab, and Marsa Alam and take pictures of the coral reefs and diving, your smile will change. The photos you take on safari in Bahariya Oasis will make you more daring, and the images you take on our Egypt Safari Tours will show how excited you are.
The Most Famous Landmarks in Egypt
The Egyptian Museum
The Egyptian Museum is home to almost 120,000 items from ancient Egypt, the vast majority of which are in pristine condition. Multiple jaw-dropping moments are guaranteed. Unlike any museum you’ve ever seen, this one is unique. It housed several authentic mummies, and a Pharaoh statue believed to be encrusted with gems.
Saladin’s Citadel in Cairo
Egyptian Muslims constructed the Citadel of Saladin in Cairo in 1183 CE to defend against Crusader attacks on the city’s historic core. One of the mosques located within the modern Citadel of Cairo is the Alabaster Mosque of Muhammad Ali.
The Qaitbay Citadel
The Citadel of Qaitbay was constructed by the Muslim population of Qaitbay in the 15th century as a fortress to ward off Crusader invasions. Over the past few years, it has surpassed the Citadel as Alexandria’s top tourist attraction.
Pompey’s Pillar has recently increased in popularity. Alexandria is home to the enormous Roman column, the Pillar of Pompey or Pompey’s Pillar. The Serpeum occupies the site of a once-huge temple colonnade, which is all that remains.
The Nubian Villages
The Colossi of Memnon
The two massive statues, the Colossi of Memnon, are attributed to King Amenhotep III of Thebes. Guardian sculptures like this can be found at the entrance to a tomb temple in Luxor, Egypt.
In the 14th century B.C., during his reign as king of Egypt, Amenhotep III reportedly constructed the most significant and beautiful temple complex in ancient Egypt. If it were still intact, historians believe it would dwarf the nearby Karnak temple complex in size and grandeur.
The Temple of Dendera
The goddess Hathor is worshipped at the Dendera Temple. Statues and reliefs, such as the Zodiac, have been preserved thanks to being buried in the sand for hundreds of years.