Egypt Best Vacations invites you to embark on an unforgettable 19-day solo journey through Egypt’s captivating landscapes with our Egypt in 19 days for solo travelers packages. Uncover the secrets of its pyramids, exploring the mysteries of its temples, and immersing yourself in the vibrant tapestry of its culture.
Your Egypt in 19 days for solo travelers adventure begins in Cairo, the bustling capital, where modern life seamlessly intertwines with a rich and ancient past. Stand in awe before the Giza Pyramids, the iconic symbols of Egypt’s enduring legacy. Explore the vast complex of Saqqara, home to the Step Pyramid, a testament to pharaonic ingenuity. Delve into the treasures of the Egyptian Museum, where artifacts from across millennia await your discovery.
Journey to Luxor, the ancient city of Thebes, where pharaohs once ruled. Marvel at the grandeur of Karnak Temple, a complex of colossal columns and towering pylons. Explore the Valley of the Kings, the final resting place of Egypt’s most powerful rulers. Sail along the Nile River, witnessing the enchanting beauty of Luxor’s temples and tombs as they illuminate under the moonlight.
All of Egypt in 19 days for solo travelers itineraries include the charming city of Aswan. Visit the Temple of Philae, a sanctuary dedicated to the goddess Isis. Cruise along Lake Nasser, a vast reservoir created by the Aswan High Dam, and admire the breathtaking scenery.
Venture north to Alexandria, Egypt’s enchanting coastal metropolis. Stroll along the Corniche, a promenade overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, and soak in the city’s cosmopolitan atmosphere. Visit the Greco-Roman ruins of Kom el-Shoqafa, a mesmerizing necropolis hidden beneath the city. Explore the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, a modern-day tribute to its ancient predecessor, a repository of knowledge lost to time.
Then your Egypt in 19 days for solo travelers tour will take you to pay homage to the fallen heroes of World War II at El Alamein, where Allied forces triumphed over their Axis counterparts. Visit the El Alamein War Museum, a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made during this pivotal conflict. Explore the battlefield, where the sands whisper tales of heroism and resilience.
Venture into the heart of the Sahara Desert to Siwa Oasis, a tranquil haven amidst the vast sands. Explore the ancient Siwa Oasis Temple, a sanctuary dedicated to the oracle of Amun. Immerse yourself in the local Bedouin culture, known for its hospitality and warmth. As your Egypt in 19 days for solo travelers adventure concludes, you’ll carry with you a treasure trove of memories, forever etched in your mind.