12 Day Egypt Tour For Solo Travelers: Cairo, Alamein & Siwa Oasis

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12 Days / 11 Nights
Availability : Every Day
Min Age : 18+
Max People : 12
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Unforgettable Egypt: 12 Day Solo Trip to Cairo, El Alamein & Siwa Oasis

Embark on a unique 12-day Egypt tour for solo travelers through Egypt, where the captivating cities of Cairo, Alamein, and the tranquil Siwa Oasis await your discovery. Delve into the historical marvels of Cairo, explore the significance of Alamein, and immerse yourself in the serene beauty of Siwa Oasis. Join us for a personalized solo adventure, unveiling the diverse landscapes and cultural treasures that Egypt has to offer

Begin your 12-day eco-friendly solo trip to Egypt in Cairo. Explore the Great Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, and the Step Pyramid of King Djoser at Saqqara. Discover the fabulous contents of the Egyptian Museum, the Citadel of Saladin, and the largest bazaar in the Middle East of Khan El-Khalili.

Travel from Cairo to Alexandria to visit the magnificent Roman CatacombsPompey’s Pillar, and the Citadel of Qaitbay. Venture from Alexandria to Alamein to visit the World War II Museum, World War II Cemetery, and the German tombs. Egypt 12-day solo tour to Cairo and Siwa Oasis odyssey  takes a turn towards tranquility as you head to the Siwa Oasis. The Oasis of Siwa is a haven of serenity amidst the desert dunes. Relax in the therapeutic waters of Cleopatra’s Bath and witness the surreal beauty of the Great Sand Sea.

This Egypt 12-day tour for solo travelers to Cairo and Siwa Oasis adventure unveils the wonders of Egypt. Your journey is enriched with guided tours, comfortable accommodations, and the flexibility to savor local delicacies. Join us on “Discovering Desert Jewels” – a tour where affordability meets the extraordinary. Each day promises a new chapter in the captivating story of Egypt. Welcome to an expedition where history, culture, and adventure seamlessly converge, creating memories that will linger long after the journey concludes.

Price Includes

  • Meet & assist service upon arrival and departure
  • All transfers as per the itinerary by air-conditioned vehicles
  • Single basis accommodation at a 5-star standard hotel in Cairo on a bed and breakfast basis for 04 nights
  • Single basis accommodation at a 5-star standard hotel in Alexandria on a bed and breakfast basis for 01 night
  • Single basis accommodation at a 5-star standard hotel in Siwa Oasis on a half-board basis for 06 nights
  • 20 meals: 11 breakfasts, 03 lunches, and 06 dinners
  • Hotel picks up and drops off
  • Entrance fees as per the itinerary
  • Licensed Egyptologists tour guides
  • All service charges and local taxes

Price Excludes

  • International flights
  • Arrival visa
  • Travel insurance
  • Gratuities
  • Meals and drinks when not included
  • Any optional tour
12 Day Egypt Tour For Solo Travelers: Cairo, Alamein & Siwa Oasis

Day 1 Arrival in Cairo, Egypt

Welcome, intrepid solo adventurers! As your plane touches down at Cairo International Airport, a friendly face from Egypt Best Vacations” will be beaming like the desert sun, ready to whisk you through arrival formalities. Visa woes? Not tonight! Let our expert guides handle the paperwork while you focus on the thrill of your 12-day Egyptian solo adventure through Cairo, El Alamein, and the mystical Siwa Oasis.

Day 2Giza Great Pyramids, Sphinx and Saqqara

Embark on your personalized 12-day Egypt tour for solo travelers, exploring Cairo and the captivating Siwa Oasis. The journey kicks off as our expert guides from Egypt Best Vacations pick you up from your hotel, initiating your exploration of the Great Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, and Saqqara.

Today, you will visit the Giza Plateau. Today’s tour includes the Great Pyramids of Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure with the great Sphinx. The only ancient wonder which still remains (Khufu’s pyramid) awaits you. Are you ready to discover it from the inside? Today you will learn about the history of the pyramids, how they were constructed, and why they were constructed.

Then on to the first pyramid in history, the Step Pyramid of King Djoser at Saqqara. Saqqara is one of the most important and richest necropolises in Egypt. It was the cemetery of Memphis, the 1st capital city of United Egypt in 3200 BCE.
Transfer back to your hotel.

Day 3Egyptian Museum, Saladin Citadel and Khan El-Khalili

Explore the fantastic contents of the historical Egyptian Museum at Tahrir Square in Cairo. Hundreds of objects from all periods of Egypt’s past are displayed on the two floors of the museum.
From the museum to the Citadel of the Sunni Muslim leader Saladin, which was built in 1172 to defend Cairo against the Crusaders. The White Mosque of Mohammed Ali Pasha is a prominent feature of the Citadel.
You will finish your tour at the historical bazaar of Khan El-Khalili, the largest bazaar in the Middle East. Transfer back to your hotel.

Day 4Alexandria Highlights

Solo adventurers, brace yourselves! Today, our 12-day Egypt tour for solo travelers to Cairo and Siwa Oasis whisks you away to Alexandria, a dazzling jewel where ancient wonders kiss the Mediterranean Sea. Buckle up for a day bursting with Greco-Roman grandeur, sun-kissed beaches, and the salty whisper of history.

Your tour includes the famous Roman Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa. The catacombs are huge Egyptian tombs and royal cemeteries with Ptolemaic and Roman influences. The catacombs of Kom El-Shoqafa are one the largest Roman burial sites not just in Alexandria but in Egypt. These catacombs started as a private tomb for a wealthy family, then became a public cemetery. The catacombs house more than 300 tombs.

From the catacombs to the Pompey’s Pillar. Many of the ancient historians did not tell us more details about the “Pompey’s Pillar” but about the buildings that stood nearby and have disappeared now. The hill on which the pillar is erected was covered with temples and houses a long time before the Roman era. It was the place of the Citadel of Rhakotis. A temple was dedicated to Osiris-Serapis was built on the mountain.

Then proceed to the Citadel of Qaitbay. The Citadel of Qaitbay in Alexandria is one of the most important fortifications in Egypt. It was constructed by Sultan Al-Ashraf Qaitbay to defend Egypt against the Ottomans/Turks.

End your tour in Alexandria with visiting the Library of Alexandria from the outside. Enjoy your lunch at a local restaurant. Transfer to your hotel for a free evening in Alexandria.

Day 5El-Alamein highlights

Travel from Alexandria to Alamein to visit the World War II Museum, the World War II Cemetery of the Commonwealth, the Italian Cemetery, the World War II memorial, and the German Tombs. Enjoy your lunch at a local restaurant, then drive to Siwa Oasis. Take a quick visit to Fatnas Island. Check into your hotel.

Day 6Cleopatra baths, Gabal El-Mawta and Temple of Amun

Enjoy the natural hot springs, called the Cleopatra baths. Variously known as “Cleopatra Spring,” “Ain Juba” or “Ain al Hammam,” in ancient times it was known as “The Spring of the Sun.” Herodotus described its bubbling waters in his Histories as boiling hot in the chilly evenings and cool during the heat of the day, and it was considered a wonder by ancients visiting Ammon. In reality, the spring’s waters are a constant 29 C; it’s the changing air temperature and bubbling water that give the impression of boiling water.

Proceed to Gabal El-Mawta or Mountain of the Dead. This small hill, at the northern end of Siwa Town, is honeycombed with rock tombs peppered with wall paintings. Its name, Gebel El-Mawta, means ‘Mountain of the Dead’ and most of the tombs here date back to the 26th dynasty, Ptolemaic and Roman times.

End your tour at the Temple of Amun, which was built by Alexander the Great. The 26th-dynasty Temple of the Oracle sits in the northwest corner of the ruins of Aghurmi village. Built in the 6th century BC, probably on top of an earlier temple, it was dedicated to Amun (occasionally referred to as Zeus or Jupiter Ammon) and was a powerful symbol of the town’s wealth. It is believed Alexander the Great was declared son of Amun in this temple.

Enjoy a tour at the local market and try a traditional lunch if you like.

Day 7Shali Fortress, Bir Wahid and Great Sand Sea

Explore the 13-century ruins of Shali Fortress. Central Siwa is dominated by the spectacular organic shapes of the remains of this 13th-century mud-brick fortress. Built from kershef (chunks of salt from the lake just outside town, mixed with rock and plastered in local clay), the labyrinth of huddled buildings was originally four or five storeys high and housed hundreds of people. 

Enjoy the freshwater lake of Bir Wahid on the edge of the Great Sand Sea. Once over the top of a dune, you come to a hot spring, the size of a large jacuzzi, where sulphurous water bubbles in a pool and runs off to irrigate a garden.

Followed by lovely camping at the Great Sand Sea. With an area of approximately 72,000 square metres stretching across western Egypt and eastern Libya, the sand dunes of the Great Sand Sea offer visitors an opportunity to experience a sandy Sahara. Sand seas only cover a minor part of the world’s largest hot desert. The majority of the Sahara is in fact rocky and barren.

Day 8Siwa Oasis

Enjoy your free time at the hotel.

Day 9Siwa Oasis

Enjoy your free time at the hotel.

Day 10Siwa Oasis

Enjoy your free time at the hotel.

Day 11Travel back to Cairo

Return to Cairo by road, savoring lunch at a local restaurant. Cherish the final evening of your 12-day solo traveler’s tour in Egypt, exploring both Cairo and the enchanting Siwa Oasis.

Day 12End of your 12 Day Egypt Tour For Solo Travelers: Cairo, Alamein & Siwa Oasis

As the sun dips below the desert horizon, casting long shadows across ancient sands, our incredible 12-day Egypt tour for solo travelers nears its end. A bittersweet symphony of memories rings in the air, a medley of sand-kissed moments and laughter shared under starry skies.

So, as you bid farewell at Cairo Airport, remember: Egypt never truly lets go. Its magic flickers in your eyes, the echoes of laughter in your heart, and the sand-dusted stories you carry with you. Don’t hesitate to ask our guides, your confidantes in this magical land, to help you unlock even more chapters in your Egyptian adventure.