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6 Days Egypt budget tour Cairo Luxor


6 Days 5 Nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

100 people




Amazing 6 Days Egypt budget tour Cairo Luxor is extraordinary and a magic wat to explore two old capitals on Egypt. Book this magical Egypt tours and explore Egypt tourist attractions in Giza such as Giza Pyramids, the Great Sphinx, Queen Pyramids and Valley temple. Lean about ancient Egyptian civilization and ancient Egyptian history during your Egypt tour package. In fact, a visit to the Egyptian Museum will allow you to know more about ancient Egyptian religion, ancient Egyptian sculpture, and Daily life of the Egyptians. Meanwhile, the Upper Egypt famous city of Luxor has a lot to offer like Pharaonic temples and Pharaonic tombs. A visit to the Valley of the Kings will offer you the chance to know about The Pharaonic Curse, tombs robbers, and Tutankhamun tomb.

While, the wall reliefs of Karnak temple dedicated to god Amun will tell the stories of the education in ancient Egypt, Festivals in ancient Egypt, and Egyptian gods. Besides, the daily rituals of the temple, ancient wars, Astrology and Zodiac and Calendar. Indeed, Karnak has plenty of Chapels like the Red chapel of Hatshepsut, White Chapel of Senusert I, Sekhmet Chapel and Osiris Chapel. Also, the Sacred Lake, Hatshepsut Obelisk, Scarab, Botanical Garden of Thutmose III and Mut temple. Hatshepsut temple, Memnon Colossi, Ramesseum, Habu temple are among Luxor attractions.

Equally important, Cairo tourist attractions in your 6 Days Egypt budget tour Cairo Luxor includes Saladin Citadel, Alabaster Mosque, Khan El Khalili Bazaar and El Moez street. Finally, Goota Travel offers an excellent service with expert Egyptologist tour guide, private modern new brand vehicles, and deluxe accommodation.


  • Giza Pyramids
  • The Great Pyramid of Khufu
  • Valley Temple Of Khafre
  • The Great Sphinx
  • Citadel of Saladin
  • Alabaster Mosque
  • Khan El Khalili
  • Karnak Temple
  • Luxor temple
  • Valley of the Kings
  • Colossi of Memnon
  • Hatshepsut Temple


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Day 1 Cairo

Our representative will greet and assist you through immigration and customs formalities at Cairo airport. Once you are ready, your guide will join you in our modern new brand vehicle to Giza Pyramids and lunch.
Giza Pyramid
Start your Egypt tour package with Giza Pyramids where you can see Cheops Pyramids, Chephren Pyramid, and Menkaure Pyramid. Listen from your guide about the rich ancient Egyptian civilization, and ancient Egyptian history. Meanwhile, explore Giza plateau and visit the Queen Pyramids, Boat Pits, and the tombs of Pyramid builders. Also, you will visit the Panorama where you can shoot the best photos for all the Pyramids together.
The Great Sphinx
End your Cairo day tours to Giza Pyramids with the Valley temple and the Great Sphinx. The Mortuary temple of Chephren where they performance the mummification or the Opening of the Mouth rituals. Then visit the famous statue with human head and lion body and learn about the secret of the Dream Stele of Thutmose IV, 18th dynasty new kingdom between the Sphinx’s paws.
Enjoy your lunch at a local restaurant with Pyramids view near the area.
Later on, you will go to your hotel to check in and free time till next day.

Day 2 Cairo

Saqqara Step Pyramid
Saqqara Step Pyramid or Djoser Pyramid is the oldest stone structure in the world dates back to the third dynasty around 2450 BC. Saqqara is home to many Pharaonic tombs and Pharaonic Pyramids. In fact, the Step Pyramid complex has a lot to see such as the Southern tomb, Serdab, House of South, House of North and Heb Sed Festival court plus the Pyramid itself.
Unas Pyramid
Another tourist attractions in Saqqara dates back to the fifth dynasty and the first Pyramid contains Pyramid Texts. King Unas covers the interior walls of his Pyramids with these religious texts to guide him and protect him in the afterlife. In fact, these Pyramids texts provide information about ancient Egyptian religion and Funerary beliefs.
Princess Idut tomb
A visit to Idut tomb will give you an idea about daily life in ancient Egypt such as fishing, agriculture, and ancient Egyptian animals. The tomb has amazing False Door, and Offerings table.
Lunch Meal
At the end of your Saqqara tour, you will enjoy your lunch at a local restaurant in the same area
Egyptian Museum
Proceed with your guide to your next stop to the National Egyptian Museum. The Museum is home to some of Tutankhamun treasures from his tomb in Luxor, sarcophagi, Papyri, coffins, animals’ mummies, and Hieroglyphics Stele. Also, the top attractions of the Museum now is the treasures of Yuya and Tuya (some scholars think they are prophet Joseph’s dad and mom).
At the end of the day, your guide will drive you to Giza railway stations to board your sleeper train to Luxor.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 3 Luxor

Breakfast will be served in the train and upon arrival, you will start your Luxor attractions on the east bank of the Nile River.
Karnak temple
The temple of Karnak is the biggest temple in the world and you can spend hours here but there a lot to see and not to be missed. The Avenue of Sphinxes, Pylons, Hypostyle Hall, Sacred Lake, Obelisks, and the Scarab. Besides, Ptah temple, Red Chapel of Hatshepsut, White Chapel of Senusret I, Khonsu temple and Mut temple. Also, the wall reliefs talk about wars in ancient Egypt, education, Festivals in ancient Egypt, and daily ritual in the temples.
Lunch Meal
Enjoy your lunch at a restaurant with Nile view
Luxor temple
Once, you finish your lunch meal, you will head to Luxor temple to watch the huge colossi of Ramesses the great, and his Obelisk. Also, you will walk with your guide to explore the Divine Birth of Amenhotep III, Alexander the great Chapel, Hatshepsut shrines, and Tutankhamun Opet Festival scenes.
Once, you finish your tour, you will go to have smooth check-in at your Luxor hotel and overnight.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 4 Luxor west bank and Cairo

Enjoy your hearty breakfast at the hotel then join your guide for a full day guided tour to Luxor west bank attractions such as
Valley of the Kings
One of the best things to do in Luxor is the visit of the Valley of the Kings with its 63 rock-cut tombs including Tutankhamun tomb. Indeed, all the kings of the 18th dynasty, 19th dynasty, and 20th dynasty are buried in the Valley of the Kings. Also, they covered the walls of these tombs with many religious books like Book the Dead, Book of the Caverns, Book of the Holy Cow and Book of imyduat. Here, you will have perfect idea about Egyptian gods, ancient Egyptian religion and the funerary beliefs in ancient times.
Hatshepsut temple
Another Luxor tourist attractions dates back to the New Kingdom for the Queen Hatshepsut, daughter of Thutmose I. However, Senmut built that temple in Deir El Bahari near the Mortuary temple of Mentuhotep II from the 12 dynasty, Middle Kingdom. Whenever, you visit the temple, look at the beautiful scenes on Hathor Chapel, Anubis Chapel, Punt expedition, Divine Birth of Hatshepsut, and agriculture scenes.
Enjoy a home-made lunch at a very nice restaurant behind Memnon Colossi.
Valley of Nobles
Valley of the Nobles facing Ramesseum in half distance between Valley of the Kings and Habu temple. These Nobles tombs are amazing as they have a lot of daily life scenes such as agriculture, trading, music and dance. In other words, the daily life of ancient Egyptian common people.
At the end of the day, you will be driven to Luxor station to take the sleeper train to Cairo.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 5 Cairo

Enjoy your hearty breakfast on board the train then join your guide to the top Islamic attractions in Egypt.
Citadel of Saladin
This unique building in the Islamic Cairo was built by Saladin from the Ayyubid dynasty in 1176 to protect Egypt from the Crusaders attacks. The Citadel of Saladin is a magnificent building hosts medieval and 19th-Century history. In fact, the citadel was the seat of Egyptian government during the Ayyubid dynasty, Mamluks dynasty, Ottoman dynasty till Khedive Ismail moved the seat of government from the Citadel to Abdeen Palace. It has 4 gates, 13 towers, 4 mosques, 2 Museums including the National Police Museum, and National Military Museum.
Alabaster Mosque
Mohamed Ali Mosque is a very famous mosque in Cairo besides Al Azhar Mosque and Sultan Hassan Madrasa and Mosque. The Alabaster Mosque has beautiful dooms, Ablution fountain, Clock tower, and Mausoleum. In need, from outside the mosque, you can catch an amazing view for Cairo from the highest point between Moqattam hills and Nile River. Also, you will see Ahmed Ibn Tulun Mosque and the Pyramids in the clear days.
Enjoy your lunch at a local restaurant before you go back to your hotel to rest till dinner time.
Khan El Khalili & El Moez street
Enjoy the very famous Bazaar in Cairo and walk the very narrow alleys and make your shopping.
At the end of your tour, you will go back to your hotel for overnight
Dinner Cruise
On the agreed time, your guide will join you from your hotel to Enjoy two hours dinner cruise in one of the luxury Nile Cruises boats. Enjoy your dinner with live music and belly dancer show and Tanoura show. Also, you can enjoy Cairo by night from the sundeck while sailing.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 6 Final departure

Enjoy your last breakfast at the hotel then transfer around 06.00 am to Cairo airport for final departure.


  • Meet and Assist services at Cairo International Airport
  • Knowledgeable Egyptologist tour guide
  • 2 Nights’ Accommodation at a 4***** Hotel in Cairo
  • 1 Night accommodation at a 4***** hotel in Luxor
  • 2 nights sleeper train
  • Sleeper train from Cairo to Luxor
  • Sleeper train from Luxor to Cairo
  • Entrance fees to all the places in the itinerary
  • Private A.C vehicle during all transfers
  • All Service Charges and Taxes
  • International Airfare
  • Egypt entry visa 25$ upon arrival at Cairo airport
  • Tutankhamun tomb
  • Any of the Pyramids from inside
  • Tipping for the guide and drivers

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