CAIRO BREAK

3 Nights/4 days

  • Best Time To Visit

    The best times to visit Cairo are from March to April and from October to November. These short shoulder seasons welcome comfortable temperatures, fewer crowds and low hotel rates on most days of the week.

Jammu has historically been the capital of Jammu Province and the winter capital of the east, while Jammu and Kashmir princely state (1846–1952). Jambu Lochan was the brother of Raja Bahu Lochan who constructed a fort, Bahu Fort, on the bank of river Tawi. The city name figures in the ancient book Mahabharata. Excavation near Akhnoor, 32 kilometres (20 mi) from Jammu city, provides evidence that Jammu was once part of the Harappan civilization.

Currency

Egyptian Pound (EGP)

Languages

Arabic

Time Difference

India is 3 hours and 30 minutes ahead of Cairo

India – Cairo

Day 1

Arrive at Cairo airport. Our representative will escort you to your hotel. In the evening, you could opt for Dinner Cruise on river Nile with magnificent views of the city. The belly dancers on the cruise and a lavish meal would keep you entertained on board. Or you could opt for the legendary Sound and Light Show at Giza. Latest lighting, laser and projection technologies are utilized to visualize mysteries of the Pharonic civilization. Overnight at hotel.

Full day tour to Pyramids, Sphinx and Egyptian Museum

Day 2

Breakfast. Today, proceed for full day tour of the Pyramids of Giza guarded by the mysterious Sphinx, a grand statue with the head of a King or God and the body of a lion. Continue your tour to the Egyptian Museum where the finest ancient Egyptian antiquities along with the precious collection of Tutankhamun are displayed. Later, proceed to Khan-el-Khaleli bazaar for local shopping. Do not forget to bargain! Return and overnight at hotel.

Cairo – Alexandria

Day 3

After breakfast, proceed for full day tour of Alexandria. Visit the National Museum, which formerly was a palace, now covers 3,480 square meters, and is built in the style of an Italian mansion with four spacious floors. Follow with a visit to the Catacombs, Alexandria Serapeum and finally see Pompei’s Pillar, a column raised in 300 A.D. in honour of Emperor Diocletian, who saved the city of Alexandria from a frightful famine. On the western side of the column you will see the engravings “To the just Emperor, the God of Alexandria, the invincible Diocletian”. The tour ends with a transfer back to your hotel in Cairo.

Cairo – India

Day 4

Breakfast. You will be transferred to airport for flight back home.

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