Travelers: Up to 15
Days: 11 Days
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Egypt Meetup Tour

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Egypt Meetup Tour

As a child, we all learned about Ancient Egypt in school. Growing up day dreaming about mummies, pyramids, temples, and the Nile river. The Egypt Meetup Tour is nothing short of everything that younger you could have dreamed of. 

Dive deep into Egypt’s rich history while your textbooks come alive right in front of you. Enjoy the perfect mix of history, luxury, and culture all while eating the best Egyptian food a girl can ask for. From learning hieroglyphics and sailing the Nile to coming face to face with King Ramses III’s mummy, you will never forget your time in in the magical land of Egypt. 

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Egyptologist tour guide for the entire journey. 


Sunset sailing on the famous upward flowing Nile River. 


Valley of the Kings with both a history lesson and solo time.


Home cooked feast with traditional music & dancing at a Nubian woman’s home. 


Explore the countryside and take a dip into local culture.


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Cruise down the Nile, temple hopping along the way.


Day 1
Cairo Airport Pickup

Welcome to Egypt, a country loaded with ancient ruins, towering temples and culture so rich you'll surely be mind-blown.

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Your adventure begins when you are greeted at the airport with our VIP airport escort. Meet the group and relax in our hotel with a view of a lifetime that is just minutes away from the pyramids.

Egypt Pyramids Women Solo Tour

Day 2
Cairo Great Pyramids

Next up, The Great Pyramid of King Khufu, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. 
Historical Site

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Our Egyptologist tour guide will take us to the oldest pyramid in Egypt: The Step Pyramid of Saqqara. Be captivated by stories of Egyptian beliefs, plus why they built their tombs and how they are so well preserved over 2,000 years later. We’ll take a break with traditional Egyptian lunch at one of our favorite local spots. Snap a photo next to the Sphinx, and step into the mortuary temple of King Khaefraa for your first up-close look of hieroglyphics.  Meals: breakfast and lunch

Day 3

Welcome to the Nile, we’ll grab a bottle of wine and jump aboard the felucca, a traditional sailboat.
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We’ll hop on a plane for a quick 40 minute flight to Aswan. Philae Temple, dedicated to the goddess Isis, is the temple of beauty and magic. We’ll wander through slowly learning about women’s roles in ancient Egypt. The Nile meets the exit of the temple for stunning views, but before we go, say hello to the many cats hanging out like locals at the cafe. This afternoon, We’ll sail slowly to an optional Egyptian feast at a Nubian woman’s home complete with drummers and dancing. For the next 3 days and nights nights a Nile cruise will be our home, where you’ll watching Egypt float by. Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 4

Wake up to lush palms and desert hills as we continue our journey down the river on a Nile Cruise.
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Wake up to lush palms and desert hills as we continue our journey down the river. This morning choose an optional tour of Abu Simbel. Massive figures of King Ramses are etched in into the earth and inside are stories painted in vibrant color! You’ll have the early afternoon to soak up some sun and views by the pool on our cruise boat before Kom Ombo Temple. This temple is best seen in the evening and was built for the crocodile god Sobek and the falcon god Horus. You’ll get to see the sacred mummified crocodiles before we start sail towards Edfu City. Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 5

Marvel at the biggest and greatest (depending on who you ask!) temple in Egypt, the 2nd largest in the world – The Temple of Karnak.
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The cruise will be sailing most of the day to get to Luxor, so sit back and relax as you cruise past villages and lush farms. Before the day is over, we head to The Temple of Luxor, which holds some of the most important carvings of ancient Egypt and is beautifully lit up at night.  Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 6

Wander the maze of tombs belonging to the most famous pharaohs, like Tut Ankh Amon, King Ramses the 2nd, and Queen Hatshepsut in The Valley of the Kings.
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Watch the colors of the sunrise flood Luxor from up in the sky! Take a hot air balloon ride (optional) over the west bank of Luxor! See temples from above, wave to village kids, and see the striking contrast in landscape where desert abruptly meets lush fields.

We’ll have some solo time to wander through the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, one of the few women who ruled Egypt. Our next stop at Colossi of Memnon is the perfect introduction to the art of sculpture. Local artists will explain how the ancient Egyptians, without our modern tools, used to build such massive, detailed structures. Meals: all inclusive

Day 7
Luxor Countryside

Although we do love ancient Egypt, today is our day to have an inside look of what modern day Egypt looks like.
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Explore the quaint, lush countryside of Luxor!  Enjoying lunch with a view, waving to little kids as we walk through the winding dirt roads, and even stopping to see fruits and veggies being farmed on the side of the road. The countryside is a way for you to try the local foods, see the kinds of Egyptians and feel the real spirit of the country. Meals: breakfast, lunch.

Day 8
Soma Bay

Enjoy some solo time at the resort to relax on the beach or swim in the pool.

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Explore the resort, lounge by one of the pools, walk down the beach, get a massage, today is up to you. The Red Sea is world famous for scuba diving and snorkeling and both are available at the resort. Explore the desert on an ATV! You’ll drive your own right up to the beach and over the dunes for a thrilling ride through the Sahara. Meals: all inclusive

Day 9
Soma Bay – Cairo

Back to Cairo we go, home of our favorite falafel place!

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Our drive today is about 5 hours past desert, through villages, and into Cairo back to our first hotel. Get ready for amazing day tomorrow. Meals: breakfast

Day 10

Visit the Egyptian Museum is one of the biggest museums in the world and it’s packed full of artifacts, mummies, tombs, statues, hieroglyphics, and much more.
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Our Egyptologist guide will teach us more about ancient life before you get to wander freely to take it all in. We’ll get a break from the hustle of Cairo at the Mosque of Ibn Tulun, which dates back to the 9th century AD.  Just a couple steps inside is strikingly peaceful compared to the street of busy Cairo. Climb the stairs to a look out point or just enjoy the intricate details of this beautiful mosque. We’ll finish the afternoon with the biggest market in Egypt – Khan Elkhalili Market, great for last minute gifts, Egyptian food, and beautiful winding alleys. Meals: breakfast, lunch

Day 11
Farewell, Egypt

After breakfast, our adventure in Egypt has come to an end. We’ll be available to help you organize your own transportation whenever you like.

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We’ll stay in touch until our next adventure together. Meals: breakfast


Our accommodation is hand-picked to give you the best combination of comfort, location, and style. These are photos from our collection of favorite hotels and resorts to give you a sense of the accommodation you can expect with us.

Le Meridiens Pyramids Hotel, Cairo

Pyramid views, a delicious breakfast, and a bar inside make this hotel the perfect escape from the busy city. Plus it is next door to one of our favorite Egyptian restaurants!

Ms Mojito, Aswan - Luxor

It glides so smoothly, you won’t even know you’re on a small cruise boat until you look out your sliding glass door or sip a cocktail by the rooftop bar and see Egypt float by. There’s also a bar, a disco, and a restaurant on board.

Caribbean World Resort, Soma Bay

Located right next to the Red Sea, this resort features multiple restaurants, a shisha bar, a dive/snorkel center, a few pools to choose from, a spa, and more. It’s far enough away from busy Hurghada and close enough to jump on a shuttle to explore.


  • Accommodation in twin rooms
  • Guide
  • Most meals, according to the itinerary
  • Local transportation
  • Airport pickup (see arrival details)
  • All entrance fees and activities in the itinerary unless specified as optional
  • Internal flight from Cairo to Aswan

We will pick you up from the airport any time on day one after 8am. If fellow travelers arrive around the same time, we’ll bring you to our first villa together. 

  • A deposit of $500 is required to hold your spot.
  • Final payment is due 60 days before departure.
  • Pay as much as often as you like until the due date.
  • If you cancel your spot earlier than 60 days before departure, you can apply your payment to any trip within the next year.
  • No refunds on deposits.
  • Airfares
  • Visa fees if applicable
  • Travel insurance (mandatory)
  • Airport drop off
  • The itinerary is subject to change due for any reason – weather, unexpected cancellations, impromptu local opportunities, or surprise additions.
  • Comprehensive travel insurance is mandatory or you may be refused to join the tour. See our guide for help choosing a plan.
  • All bookings are subject to our terms and conditions.

Most nationalities are required to pay $25 upon entry in Cairo.  See the embassy website for more details. 

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