Egypt and Jordan Luxury Tour Package

12 Days, From $3999 pp

Custom Tours

Cairo, Nile Cruise, Luxor, Aswan, Abu Simbel, Amman, Dead Sea & Petra

Most Egyptologists believe that the Giza Pyramids were built to be tombs for the ancient Egyptian pharaohs.

The Great Pyramids of Giza

Enter a Land Steeped in History
Egypt is one of the most iconic travel destinations that enchants the imagination of the curious wanderer. From amazing Luxor to the flowing waters of the Nile to the legendary pyramids, this land is filled with adventure.

Then there is Jordan – Within its vast dusty landscapes, Jordan holds a number of treasures including friendly towns, Roman amphitheatres, World Heritage Sites, oases of palm trees, hills dotted with wildflowers and endless red sandy dunes. As well as being beautiful, Jordan will make you feel at home because of it’s wonderfully friendly people who will welcome you into their hearts.

Philae temple is a hidden gem in Upper Egypt; the history of the temple goes back to the 7th century BC.In 1971, The United Nations with UNESCO helped Egypt to save the temple after the Egyptians built the High Dam. The high level of water was a real threat to the temple, they had to cut the temple into pieces and move it to a higher island, Egilika Island.

Temple of Philae

Check Out Our Egypt and Jordan Luxury Travel Package
This incredible Egypt and Jordan luxury tour will take you to some remote and gorgeous landscapes, ancient What if you could explore the best of these two amazing destinations – all in one tour?

Monuments, bustling cities and historic buildings that will enchant and amaze you.

Your tour guide is a highly knowledgeable Egyptologist and will share with you a lot of fascinating information about the history and culture of these stunning monuments, ruins and temples. It’s a glimpse into a place rich with ancient history that you will not soon forget.

Petra, Jarash and Wadi Rum in Jordan.

Jordan Ancient History

A Tour That Shows You The Best of Two Worlds
This tour is very special, because it gives you the opportunity to see Jordan and Egypt together in one trip for 12 days. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see the rich history of these two incredible countries on a private guided tour.

On this Egypt and Jordan Tour Package you will stay in comfortable, safe and luxurious hotels including Mena House Hotel, the luxurious Four Seasons Nile Plaza in Cairo,the Sonesta Star Goddess Nile Cruise and the Dead Sea Kempinski Ishtar.

 

 

erash is one of the world’s best-preserved ancient Roman sites. Once known as Gerasa, Jerash is believed that it have been inhabited since the Neolithic Era. However, it is the most impressive Roman city, which has left its greatest mark on the area, becoming Jordan’s second most popular tourist site after Petra

Jarash in Jordan

Once in a Lifetime Experiences
Discover the complex history of Luxor on a private tour to the Valley of the Kings and Karnak Temple. Visit the stunning Abu Simbel Temple and learn the intricacies of its history. Slowly weave your way around the scenic Aswan Islands on a private felucca (sailboat). Enjoy the East and West Banks of Thebes and visit Petra, the amazing city carved in stone made famous by Indiana Jones.

Explore the vast and beautiful Jordanian desert in Wadi Rum and the Dead Sea with your private guide. On this Egypt and Jordan Luxury Tour you will get to see the most amazing sights of both these incredible countries.

Your guide has years of experience, is friendly and welcoming and will be able to answer any questions you might have about the complex and fascinating culture you will be exploring. You will get an insight into Egypt and Jordan that not many tourists will be able to get and you will come away with a deeper understanding of these destinations.

To find out more about our other Egypt and Jordan private guided tour options, please feel free to contact us at any time.

 

Osiris Tours Advantages

  • Enjoy personalized tour with a private Egyptologist guide, driver, traditional Egyptian cuisine, and all internal flights. Your tour will be customized for you and will suit your needs and your schedules.
  • Avoid the crowds with your own private guide & private vehicle during your tour around the Great Pyramids.
  • Learn about the history of Luxor and its monuments on a private tour to the Valley of the Kings and Karnak temple.
  • Sail down the Nile on a Four-night Nile cruise on Sonesta Star Goddess Nile cruise.
  • Visit Abu Simbel temple with your private qualified guide & private driver.
  • Wind your way around scenic Aswan islands with your private guide and your private felucca/sailboat.
  • Discover the history of Petra on a private tour with your private guide.
  • Explore the Jordanian desert in Wadi Rum and the Dead Sea with your private guide and private vehicle.
  • Stay in luxurious and safe hotels including Mena House Hotel, Sonesta Star Goddess Nile Cruise, the luxurious Four Seasons Nile Plaza in Cairo, and the Dead Sea Kempinski Ishtar.
Mena House is a beautiful and unique hotel in Cairo, with its own rich and colourful history. Fascinating guests have frequented the property since 1869 and it has continuously held the attention of royalty and political thinkers. This palatial hotel is located in the shadows of the Great Pyramids of Giza in Cairo and it is surrounded by 40 acres of verdant green gardens.

The Great Pyramids View from Mena House Hotel

Day 1-Arrival in Cairo

Arriving in Egypt is made easy by your airport representative, who will escort you through customs and immigration and facilitate your visa process.

Continue on to the baggage claim hall and finally to the passenger pick up. Here, connect with your Osiris Tours representative associate who will arrange your private airport transfer to your hotel.

Accommodation: Mena House (5*)

A luxury stay at the Mena House hotel.

Breakfast by the Great Pyramids

Mena House is a beautiful and unique hotel in Cairo, with its own rich and colourful history. Fascinating guests have frequented the property since 1869 and it has continuously held the attention of royalty and political thinkers. This palatial hotel is located in the shadows of the Great Pyramids of Giza in Cairo and it is surrounded by 40 acres of verdant green gardens.

The royal history of the hotel is reflected in luxurious interiors that are embellished with exquisite antiques, handcrafted furniture, original works of art, and magnificent antiques that are rarely found in luxury hotels. Mena House has played host to kings and emperors, heads of state, and celebrities.

Located 700 meters from these wonders of the ancient world, Mena House offers unmatched views of the pyramids. You can gaze upon the magnificence of the pyramids from your room, watching the sun rise and set over these legendary monuments. . After dinner at one of the many restaurants, you can return to your room and see them lit up for your private viewing pleasure.

An ideal location for meetings in Cairo, the hotels banquet and conference centre offer venues for weddings, receptions, and meetings ranging from 50 to 1000 guests. Recreation options at the hotel include a heated swimming pool, and a fully equipped spa & fitness centre.

Regarded as one of the leading luxury hotels in Cairo, the hotel combines the magical charm of a bygone era with unrivalled service fit for royalty. Your interlude at the hotel promises to be a journey of discovery, exploring Cairo’s ancient treasures and unravelling the many mysteries of Egypt’s past.


The Great Sphinx of Giza was constructed in the 4th Dynasty (2575 – 2467 B.C by the Pharaoh Khafre. it is carved out of a single ridge of limestone 240 feet long and 66 feet high.

The Great Sphinx of Giza

Day 2: Giza

Enjoy this custom tour, which explores the Great Pyramids, ancient Memphis, Saqqara, the Solar Boat, Chephren Pyramid, and the famous Sphinx.

This luxury tour includes a private vehicle with driver, a trained Egyptologist guide, and entry to the Chephren (Khafre) or Menkaure (Mycerinus) Pyramids and Solar Boat. Entrance to the Grand Pyramids is not included. Be aware that a limited number of people are allowed inside the Grand Pyramids daily, so it is necessary to inform your guide the day before if you plan to enter.

Luxury experience by the Great Pyramids of Giza

Sunset Camel Ride by the Great Pyramids

A buffet lunch at a great local restaurant is provided after visiting the Great Pyramids.

In the afternoon, you will be picked up before sunset from your hotel. Your private guide will lead you out into the desert on your choice of camel or horse, where you can watch the sunset while enjoying a panoramic view of the Great Pyramids. This evening includes dinner at a Bedouin restaurant.

Accommodation: Mena House (5*)

 


Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs used to build Obelisks in the temples such as Karnak and Luxor temples. These huge structures were cut from one huge piece of incredibly heavy stone to guide the people to the place of the God. The Obelisks were brought from the granite quarries in Aswan (140 miles south of Luxor).

The Obelisk in Karnak Temple in Luxor

Day 3: Cairo – Luxor

Transfer in private vehicle between your hotel and the airport and flight from Cairo to Luxor is provided.

An airport transfer with a private vehicle in Luxor is provided.

In the afternoon, enjoy a private custom tour of the East Bank of Luxor with a qualified Egyptologist guide. Visit the stunning temples of Karnak and Luxor with your own guide. You will start by visiting the Karnak temple. Walk along the Sphinx Avenue
to enter the complex, as your guide explains how the massive facade was constructed.

Egypt Nile cruise sailing down the Nile between Luxor and Aswan

Luxury Nile Cruise

Continue to Luxor Temple, which was once joined to the Temples of Karnak by a one-mile long Sphinx Avenue

Accommodation : Sonesta Star Goddess (5*)

Glide down the Nile on a luxurious all-suite cruise ship. The luxury Sonesta Star Goddess Nile Cruise features 33 suites named after famous composers, giving it a touch of elegance and sophistication.

The ship comprises 27 deluxe Beethoven Suites (each 131f), 4 lush Mozart Suites (each 114f), and 2 superior Chopin Suites (each 171f). Each of the 33 suites has a private terrace and is designed to offer maximum comfort and space. Sip cocktails and dine on light meals on the Sun Deck, which overlooks the water.

In between stops at different land sites along the way there are plenty of activities. Entertainment includes a discotheque, themed parties, and dance performances. All units are comfortable and spacious, giving the ship a touch of elegance and sophistication. After enjoying private guided tours of ancient sites, you can relax in the ship’s swimming pool, enjoy a massage in the full-service spa, or run on the ship’s jogging track. Fine dining in the restaurant and nightly entertainment will cap off a memorable day.


The Queen Hatshepsut Temple  (also known as El Deir Al Bahari Temple ) is located in the West Bank of Luxor in Upper Egypt, only 2 miles away from the tomb of King Tut.

Queen Hatshepsut Temple in the West Bank of Luxor

Day 4: Luxor – Nile

Today you will explore some of the most incredible sites Egypt has to offer. In a private custom tour, you will visit the Valley of the Kings -home to three incredible tombs constructed for powerful nobles such as King Tut.

Then it’s off to the nearby Valley of the Queens and also the recently renovated mortuary temple of the most powerful and famous women in the ancient Egyptian history, Queen Hatshepsut. The tour includes a visit to the huge Colossi of Memnon, which are all that remain of the mortuary temple of Amenhotep III.

In the afternoon, enjoy sailing down the Nile from Luxor towards Aswan.

Accommodation: Sonesta Star Goddess (5*)


The Nile sided Temple of Horus, the Falcon God, considered to be the best-preserved cult temple and one of the best places to visit in Egypt. This is partly because it was built later than most in the Ptolemaic era from 237 to 57 BC.

Edfu Temple

Day 5: Nile

The luxury Nile cruise will reach its first destination, Edfu town, where you will visit the falcon- headed god temple of the God Horus and his wife Goddess Hathor.

With your private Egyptologist guide, enjoy visiting the Nile Aside Temple of Horus, the falcon god. It is an impressive structure, considered the best-preserved cult temple in Egypt. This is partly because it was built later than most: in the Ptolemaic era from 237 to 57 BC. Despite its later date, it reflects traditional pharaonic architecture and so provides an excellent idea of how all the temples once looked. Edfu (Temple of Horus) is also very large: the second largest in Egypt after Karnak Temple.

Accommodation : Sonesta Star Goddess (5*)


Edfu temple reflects traditional Pharaonic architecture and so provides an excellent idea of how all the temples once looked in ancient Egypt. Edfu temple is also very large, the second largest in Egypt after Karnak Temple

God Horus

Day 6: Nile

In the morning, you will visit a unique Greco Roman temple dedicated to two gods: Sobek, the crocodile god, and Haroeris, the sun god. The Temple in Kom Ombo (also known simply as Kom Ombo Temple) dates from about 180 BC, during a period known as the Ptolemaic era, and had some additions built on to it during Roman times.

After visiting Komombo temple, the ship will continue sailing towards Aswan.

Start your private custom tour with a visit to the impressive Aswan High Dam, then to the Temple of Philae, which was dedicated to the Goddess of magic. The temple was built on Philae Island and attracted pilgrims from all over the ancient world. When the Egyptians built the High Dam, Philae temple was pulled out of the water and re-erected on Agilika Island.

Stop at the old site of the main granite quarry to visit the unfinished obelisk. You will see a practical demonstration of the methods used by ancient craftsmen to cut impressive obelisks and granite statues.

Philae temple is a hidden gem in Upper Egypt; the history of the temple goes back to the 7th century BC.In 1971, The United Nations with UNESCO helped Egypt to save the temple after the Egyptians built the High Dam. The high level of water was a real threat to the temple, they had to cut the temple into pieces and move it to a higher island, Egilika Island.

Philae Temple, Aswan

In the afternoon your private guide will pick you up for your private Felucca (sailboat) ride where you will get to sail upon and take pictures of the most beautiful part of the Nile in Egypt. Your sailboat will sail around Kitchener Island, the largest botanical garden that was started by the famous British army leader, Lord Kitchener. During your sailing trip, you will get to sail around Aghakhan Mausoleum and Elephantine Island.

Accommodation : Sonesta Star Goddess (5*)

 


Ramses II statues in Abu Simbel Temple. The great builder of Ancient Egypt, he ruled Egypt in his early twenties (around 1279 BC) and he ruled for 66 years until his death (1213 BC). Ramses II was the third ruler of the 19th Dynasty and ruled for 67 years. The second longest reign after King Pepi II from the Sixth Dynasty.

Abu Simbel Temple

Day 7: Aswan – Abu Simbel – Cairo

Private transfer between your hotel and Aswan airport is provided.

Flight from Aswan to Abu Simbel is provided.

Flight from Abu Simbel to Cairo is provided.

Private transfer with a private vehicle in Cairo is provided.

You will take a flight from the airport at Aswan to Abu Simbel (45 minutes, flight included) where you will meet your private guide and tour one of the most beautiful temples in Nubia and Upper Egypt. The impressive Abu Simbel temple was built by Ramses II for his favourite wife, Queen Nefertari.

After visiting Abu Simbel temple, your private guide will take you back to Abu Simbel airport, where you will board your flight to Cairo (2 hours, flight included). Your private guide will take you from Cairo airport to your hotel.

Luxury experience at the Four Seasons Nile Plaza in Cairo

Four Seasons Nile Plaza

Accommodation: Four Seasons Nile Plaza (5*)

Occupying 30 stories of the prestigious Nile Plaza, the luxury Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza offers 365 luxury hotel guest rooms, including 100 suites. Among the most spacious accommodation in Cairo, the comfortable guest rooms and suites take full advantage of their setting. You can gaze out on a range of lovely vistas, including panoramic views across the Nile, the island of Zamalek, and a 12th-century citadel. Inside, you’ll be charmed by airy interiors with natural wood finishes and stylishly comfortable furnishings. Most guest rooms have a private outdoor terrace for relaxing or dining.


One particular part of Egypt still fascinated us until today and it is Old Cairo. In this area, you can learn about Egypt’s rich Coptic heritage and the Christian community, which is the oldest in the world. The oldest and most important churches are to be found in the Coptic Area.  In Old Cairo, you will be introduced to the history of the three religions (Judaism, Christianity and Islam).

Old Cairo

Day 8: Cairo

Discover the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities and its Mummy Room in a private tour with a highly knowledgeable guide. The museum holds the tomb of King Tut, Egypt’s most famous boy King. At the evening, enjoy a luxury delicious Egyptian dinner at Naguib Mahfouz, located in the heart of the Khan Khalili bazaar in Cairo. Stroll down Al Moaz Street and view the largest concentration of medieval architectural treasures from the Islamic world. The tour includes a private visit to Beit El Seheimy.

Normally, this location would be closed to the public but this exclusive tour provides access. A qualified private guide, private vehicle, and private driver are provided.

Accommodation: Four Seasons Nile Plaza (5*)


Petra, Jarash, and Wadi Rum in Jordan

Jordan Ancient History at Petra

Day 9: Cairo – Jordan

Private transfer from your hotel to Cairo airport is provided.

Flight from Cairo to Amman, Jordan is provided.

Upon arrival in Amman, you will meet with a representative who will facilitate the visa process (included) and escort you through customs and immigration. Continue on to the baggage claim hall and finally to the passenger pick up. Here, connect with the Osiris Tours representative associate who will arrange your private airport transfer to your hotel in Petra (3 Hours).

Accommodation: Movenpick Petra (5*)

The luxury Movenpick Resort Petra is located directly at the entrance to the historic Jordanian city of Petra. This resort is decorated with an Oriental flair and features an exciting combination of natural stone, handcrafted wood, and Middle Eastern fabrics and textures.

With 183 newly renovated rooms and suites and a wide variety of restaurants for your culinary cravings, the Movenpick Resort Petra will certainly provide long-lasting memories. Enjoy your time spent in one of the world’s most extraordinary destinations.


the most popular part of Petra, the Treasury was estimated to be over 2,000 years old

Petra in Jordan

Day 10: Petra

Start your day with your private guide and private vehicle by visiting Petra, the treasure of the ancient world. This amazing rock-carved rose-red city was “designed to strike wonder into all who entered it”. Petra is the legacy of the Nabataeans who settled in southern Jordan more than 2,000 years ago. Explore its refined culture and unbelievable architecture.

After exploring Petra in a custom private tour, you will enjoy lunch at one of the best local restaurants, Nabataen Tent Restaurant. Then your private driver and vehicle will pick you up and take you to Amman airport.

Accommodation: Movenpick Petra (5*)


Wadi Rum also known as The Valley of the Moon is a valley cut into the sandstone and granite rock in southern Jordan 37 miles to the east of Aqaba; it is the largest wadi in Jordan.

Wadi Rum

Day 11: Petra – Dead Sea

Today, enjoy a 2-hour Jeep safari tour in Wadi Rum and explore this incredible desert landscape. Enjoy driving over the sand dunes and some of the ancient inscriptions; lunch at one of the camping sites in Wadi Rum and then head to the Dead Sea for dinner and overnight accommodation.

Accommodation: Kempinski Hotel Ishtar (5*)

The Dead Sea is one of the world’s first health resorts, and it has been the supplier of a wide variety of products, from balms for Egyptian mummification to potash for fertilizers

Luxury Experience at the Dead Sea.

Kempiniski Ishtar Dead Sea is an ideal venue from which to explore the rich culture and deep history of the Dead Sea area. This 5-star luxury hotel is situated on the edge of the famous salt lake, the lowest point on earth, and provides unique views across the vast sea towards the west bank. You will be staying amidst some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, including religious sites and majestic countryside.


Day 12: Dead Sea- Amman

Transfer in private vehicle between your hotel and Amman airport is provided.

Mena House Hotel (5*): Giza

Mena House is a beautiful and unique hotel in Cairo, with its own rich and colourful history. Fascinating guests have frequented the property since 1869 and it has continuously held the attention of royalty and political thinkers. This palatial hotel is located in the shadows of the Great Pyramids of Giza in Cairo and it is surrounded by 40 acres of verdant green gardens.

The royal history of the hotel is reflected in luxurious interiors that are embellished with exquisite antiques, handcrafted furniture, original works of art, and magnificent antiques that are rarely found in luxury hotels. Mena House has played host to kings and emperors, heads of state, and celebrities.

Located 700 meters from these wonders of the ancient world, Mena House offers unmatched views of the pyramids. You can gaze upon the magnificence of the pyramids from your room, watching the sun rise and set over these legendary monuments. . After dinner at one of the many restaurants, you can return to your room and see them lit up for your private viewing pleasure.

An ideal location for meetings in Cairo, the hotels banquet and conference centre offer venues for weddings, receptions, and meetings ranging from 50 to 1000 guests. Recreation options at the hotel include a heated swimming pool, and a fully equipped spa & fitness centre.

Regarded as one of the leading luxury hotels in Cairo, the hotel combines the magical charm of a bygone era with unrivalled service fit for royalty. Your interlude at the hotel promises to be a journey of discovery, exploring Cairo’s ancient treasures and unravelling the many mysteries of Egypt’s past.


Sonesta Star Goddess (5*): Nile Cruise

Glide down the Nile on a luxurious all-suite cruise ship. The luxury Sonesta Star Goddess Nile Cruise features 33 suites named after famous composers, giving it a touch of elegance and sophistication. The ship comprises 27 deluxe Beethoven Suites (each 131f), 4 lush Mozart Suites (each 114f), and 2 superior Chopin Suites (each 171f). Each of the 33 suites has a private terrace and is designed to offer maximum comfort and space. Sip cocktails and dine on light meals on the Sun Deck, which overlooks the water. In between stops at different land sites along the way there are plenty of activities. Entertainment includes a discotheque, themed parties, and dance performances. All units are comfortable and spacious, giving the ship a touch of elegance and sophistication. After enjoying private guided tours of ancient sites, you can relax in the ship’s swimming pool, enjoy a massage in the full-service spa, or run on the ship’s jogging track. Fine dining in the restaurant and nightly entertainment will cap off a memorable day.


Four Seasons Nile Plaza (5*): Cairo

Occupying 30 stories of the prestigious Nile Plaza, the luxury Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza offers 365 luxury hotel guest rooms, including 100 suites. Among the most spacious accommodation in Cairo, the comfortable guest rooms and suites take full advantage of their setting. You can gaze out on a range of lovely vistas, including panoramic views across the Nile, the island of Zamalek, and a 12th-century citadel. Inside, you’ll be charmed by airy interiors with natural wood finishes and stylishly comfortable furnishings. Most guest rooms have a private outdoor terrace for relaxing or dining.


The Movenpick Resort Petra is located directly at the entrance to the historic Jordanian city of Petra. This resort is decorated with an Oriental flair and features an exciting combination of natural stone, handcrafted wood, and Middle Eastern fabrics and textures.

Movenpick Hotel Petra

Movenpick Petra (5*): Petra

The Movenpick Resort Petra is located directly at the entrance to the historic Jordanian city of Petra. This resort is decorated with an Oriental flair and features an exciting combination of natural stone, handcrafted wood, and Middle Eastern fabrics and textures.

With 183 newly renovated rooms and suites and a wide variety of restaurants for your culinary cravings, the Movenpick Resort Petra will certainly provide long-lasting memories. Enjoy your time spent in one of the world’s most extraordinary destinations.


Kempiniski Ishtar Dead Sea is an ideal venue from which to explore the rich culture and deep history of the Dead Sea area. This 5-star luxury hotel is situated on the edge of the famous salt lake, the lowest point on earth, and provides unique views across the vast sea towards the west bank

Kempinski Hotel Ishtar at the Dead Sea

Kempinski Hotel Ishtar (5*): Dead Sea

Kempiniski Ishtar Dead Sea is an ideal venue from which to explore the rich culture and deep history of the Dead Sea area. This 5-star luxury hotel is situated on the edge of the famous salt lake, the lowest point on earth, and provides unique views across the vast sea towards the west bank. You’ll be staying amidst some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, including religious sites and majestic countryside.

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