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Best Solo Egypt Travel 21 days to Cairo, Alexandria, Lake Nasser, Felucca cruise, Red Sea and White Desert

Embark on an extraordinary 21-day solo adventure with our exclusive Solo Egypt Travel 21 days experience. Designed to provide solo travelers with an immersive journey through the captivating wonders of this ancient land. This 21-day expedition is designed for the independent soul, the adventurer who craves Egypt’s magic on their own terms. Solo Egypt Travel unlocks a bespoke journey, where ancient wonders unfold at your own pace, and every sunrise promises a fresh dose of awe.

Begin your 21-day solo Egypt travel in Cairo. Gaze upon the Pyramids of Giza, silent sentinels whispering tales of pharaohs etched in time. Haggle for treasures in Cairo’s labyrinthine Khan el-Khalili, spices painting the air with exotic aromas. Venture to Alexandria to visit the majestic Library and the stunning Roman Catacombs.

Lake Nasser Majesty:

Fly from Cairo to Abu Simbel to begin a serene Lake Nasser cruise. Starting from the majestic Abu Simbel temples and winding down to the vibrant city of Aswan. Ancient temples rising from the desert embrace, culminating in the majestic crown jewels of Abu Simbel. Dive into the heart of the Nile with a two-night Felucca cruise, gently sailing from Aswan to Kom Ombo. Allowing you to absorb the tranquility of the river and marvel at the breathtaking landscapes.

Discover the treasures of Luxor, a city steeped in ancient mysteries and archaeological wonders. Following the cultural exploration, take a well-deserved break in the resort town of Hurghada, nestled along the picturesque Red Sea. Enjoy moments of relaxation, partake in water activities, or simply unwind on the pristine beaches.

But your solo adventure doesn’t conclude there. Brace yourself for an exhilarating safari through the White Desert, where surreal landscapes will transport you to an otherworldly realm. Traverse the endless sea of chalky formations and witness the enchanting beauty of Egypt’s deserts.

This thoughtfully curated 21-day journey is tailor-made for solo travelers, providing a perfect blend of cultural discovery, historical immersion, and moments of serenity. Join us on this extraordinary expedition as we unlock the secrets of Egypt, ensuring a unique and enriching experience exclusively crafted for those who seek the thrill of solo Egypt travel.

Price Includes

  • Meet & assist service upon arrival and departure
  • All transfers as per the itinerary by air-conditioned vehicles
  • Single basis accommodation at 5-star standard hotel in Cairo on a bed and breakfast basis for 07 nights
  • Single basis accommodation at a 5-star standard hotel in Alexandria on a bed and breakfast basis for 01 night
  • Single basis accommodation on a 5-star standard Lake Nasser cruise ship on a full-board basis for 03 nights
  • Felucca cruise ship on a full-board basis for 02 nights
  • Single basis accommodation at a 5-star standard hotel in Luxor on a bed and breakfast basis for 02 nights
  • Single basis accommodation at a 5-star standard hotel in Hurghada on an All-inclusive basis for 04 nights
  • White Desert Camp on a full-board basis for 01 night
  • 44 meals: 20 breakfasts, 14 lunches, and 10 dinners
  • Soft and hot drinks at Hurghada hotel
  • Hotel pick up and drop off
  • Transfer from Luxor to Hurghada
  • Domestic flights as per the itinerary
  • 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
Highlights of this Solo Egypt Travel 21 Days Pyramids Felucca Red Sea & Desert
  • Cairo's Ancient Wonders: Explore the iconic Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, immersing yourself in the mysteries of Egypt's ancient civilization.
  • Alexandria's Mediterranean Charm: Discover the coastal city's historic sites, including the Library of Alexandria, Qaitbay Citadel, and the Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa.
  • Abu Simbel Temples: Marvel at the colossal temples of Abu Simbel, dedicated to Ramses II and Nefertari, with their impressive statues and intricate carvings
  • Lake Nasser Cruise: Enjoy a 3-night cruise on Lake Nasser, exploring ancient temples like Abu Simbel Temple, Wadi el-Seboua, and the temples of Amada.
  • Felucca Cruise on the Nile: Experience a traditional 2-night felucca cruise, sailing on the timeless waters of the Nile and taking in the scenic beauty of the landscape.
  • Luxor's Archaeological Marvels: Visit the Valley of the Kings, Karnak Temple, Luxor Temple, and the Colossi of Memnon, witnessing the grandeur of ancient Egyptian architecture.
  • Relaxation in Hurghada: Unwind on the pristine beaches of Hurghada, indulge in water activities, and soak up the sun in this Red Sea resort town.
  • White Desert Safari: Embark on an exhilarating safari in the White Desert, known for its surreal chalky landscapes and unique rock formations.
  • Cultural Immersion: Engage with local communities, sample authentic Egyptian cuisine, and experience the warmth of Egyptian hospitality throughout the journey.
  • Blend of Past and Present: Witness the contrast between ancient wonders and modern cities, gaining a comprehensive understanding of Egypt's rich history and vibrant contemporary life.
Itinerary
Solo Egypt Travel 21 Days Pyramids Felucca Red Sea & Desert

Day 1 Arrive in Cairo, Egypt

Upon arrival at Cairo International Airport, your seamless entry is ensured by the friendly assistance of your dedicated representative from “Egypt Best Vacations.” Experience a smooth passage through customs and visa procedures with ease. Your private transfer is poised to take you directly to your hotel, marking the exciting beginning of your solo Egypt travel 21 days.

Day 2Giza Great Pyramids, Sphinx and Saqqara

Your 21-day solo adventure through Egypt kicks off in magnificent style, with the iconic Giza Plateau as your first port of call. No tour guide, just you and the timeless wonders waiting to be unveiled.

Standing at the foot of the Great Pyramids, especially Khufu’s Pyramid, the last surviving wonder of the ancient world, is an experience that transcends words. Feel the weight of history pressing down, the desert whisper tales of pharaohs, and marvel at the sheer engineering genius that birthed these colossal structures.

Next, face the enigmatic gaze of the Sphinx, its weathered visage guarding the plateau’s secrets. Unravel the myths and legends that swirl around this iconic creature, ponder its enigmatic smile, and let your own interpretations take flight.

Your first day concludes with a journey to Saqqara, where the Step Pyramid of King Djoser  awaits. This architectural marvel, the first-ever true pyramid, marks a pivotal point in Egyptian history. Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of this ancient necropolis, learning about pharaohs, their elaborate rituals, and the enduring beliefs that fueled their civilization. 

Return back to your hotel.

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

Start your day at the iconic Egyptian Museum, a treasure trove housing the world’s largest collection of Pharaonic antiquities. Over 120,000 artifacts spanning from the Predynastic Period to the Greco-Roman era are on display across two floors. Witness mummies, sarcophagi, sculptures, and jewelry that paint a vivid picture of ancient Egyptian life.

Next, journey to the majestic Saladin Citadel, a UNESCO World Heritage Site perched atop Mokattam Hill. Built by Saladin in 1172 as a defense against the Crusaders, this fortified complex offers breathtaking panoramic views of Cairo. Explore the Muhammad Ali Mosque, an Ottoman landmark known for its alabaster dome and Ottoman-style architecture.

Immerse yourself in the vibrant chaos of Khan El-Khalili, the largest bazaar in the Middle East. This labyrinthine souk dating back to the 14th century pulsates with energy. Its narrow alleys lined with hundreds of shops selling everything from spices and perfumes to carpets and souvenirs. Haggle for treasures, sip aromatic coffee in a traditional café, and soak up the authentic atmosphere.

After a full day of exploration, relax and reflect on your experiences as you head back to your hotel.

Day 4Cairo to Alexandria

Welcome to Alexandria, the pearl of the Mediterranean and a vibrant city steeped in ancient history. Today’s itinerary whisks you back to the city’s Greco-Roman grandeur. 

Delve into the Roman Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa. Immerse yourself in the mysteries of these vast underground tombs, a unique blend of Egyptian, Greek, and Roman influences. Explore intricate burial chambers adorned with frescoes and sculptures. Imagine the lives and rituals of those laid to rest here centuries ago.

Rise above the city atop the ancient acropolis, where the majestic Pompey’s Pillar stands sentinel. Though misnamed (it actually honors Emperor Diocletian), this towering Corinthian column offers panoramic views and whispers of Alexandria’s glorious past. 

Refuel with a delicious lunch at a charming local restaurant. Unwind and relax in your comfortable accommodation, preparing for your next adventure in Alexandria.

Day 5Your solo Egypt travel 21 days: Day 2 in Alexandria

Awaken to a delicious breakfast at your hotel and prepare to delve deeper into Alexandria’s historical tapestry. Stand guard at the Citadel of Qaitbay. Step into the imposing stronghold built by Sultan Al-Ashraf Qaitbay, once a vital defense against Ottoman forces. Explore its ramparts, bastions, and enjoying breathtaking panoramas of the Mediterranean and Alexandria.

Immerse yourself in the spirit of the legendary Library of Alexandria, reborn in a spectacular modern avatar. Discover its vast collections, interactive exhibits, and cutting-edge research facilities. Rekindling the flame of knowledge that once illuminated the ancient world.

Journey back to the era of gladiatorial spectacles and public gatherings at the Roman Amphitheatre of Kom El-Dekka. Imagine the roar of the crowds as you explore the tiered seating, stage, and underground chambers, a testament to Alexandria’s Roman heritage. 

Bid farewell to the city with a delectable lunch at a local restaurant, savoring fresh seafood. After a day filled with history and cultural treasures, relax on your journey back to Cairo, reflecting on the timeless magic of Alexandria.

Day 6Spiritual Cairo

Embark on a journey of interfaith understanding and historical discovery with this unique tour of Cairo’s Community of Religions. Begin your day at the awe-inspiring Coptic Church of the Virgin Mary, also known as the Hanging Church. Perched atop the ruins of the Roman Babylon Fortress, this architectural marvel dates back to the 7th century. Marvel at its intricate hanging ceiling, ancient icons, and breathtaking views of Old Cairo. 

Step into history at the Church of Abu Serga. Nestled within the ancient Roman fortress of Babylon, the Church of Abu Serga holds a special significance. Legend says the Holy Family drank from a well within the church, making it a cherished pilgrimage site for Coptic Christians. Immerse yourself in its serene atmosphere and admire the beautiful biblical murals.

Delve into the rich history of Cairo’s Jewish community at the Ben Ezra Synagogue. One of the oldest and largest synagogues in Egypt, it’s named after the revered Rabbi Ezra the Scribe. Explore its ornate sanctuary, intricately carved Torah ark, and captivating Geniza repository, home to thousands of ancient Jewish manuscripts.

Reflect on your enriching journey through Cairo’s diverse religious tapestry. Each site showcasing centuries of faith, tradition, and cultural exchange.

Day 7Fly to Abu Simbel - Lake Nasser cruise

Swap bustling Cairo for the tranquil rhythm of the Nile as you embark on the next phase of your solo Egypt travel 21 days. A mesmerizing 3-night Lake Nasser cruise. Savor a delicious breakfast at your hotel (or grab a breakfast box if you’re short on time) before your transfer to Cairo Airport.

Take a flight to Abu Simbel, where history whispers from the sands. Upon arrival, our friendly representative from “Egypt Best Vacations” will greet you and whisk you away to your awaiting cruise ship. Settle into your comfortable cabin and enjoy a delightful lunch as the majestic scenery of Lake Nasser unfolds before you.

The afternoon’s highlight awaits – a visit to the phenomenal Temples of Ramses and Nefertari at Abu Simbel. Carved into the cliffs, these colossal temples stand as testaments to ancient Egyptian might and artistry. Marvel at the Great Temple, dedicated to Pharaoh Ramses II, and its imposing facade adorned with colossal statues of the pharaoh himself. Then, step into the smaller temple, a tribute to Ramses’ beloved wife, Queen Nefertari, and admire its exquisite reliefs depicting their love story.

Learn about the incredible UNESCO-led rescue operation that saved these temples from the rising waters of the Aswan High Dam, adding another layer of awe to their legacy.

Bid farewell to Abu Simbel for the day and return to your cruise ship for a relaxing overnight stay.

Day 8Qasr Ebrim - Amada

As dawn paints the Nubian sky with golden hues, your Lake Nasser cruise ship sets sail from Abu Simbel. Leaving behind the colossal temples and embarking on a journey through ancient treasures

Cast your gaze upon the island of Qasr Ebrim from the top deck. This once-thriving Nubian city perched atop a 70-meter cliff, 60 km north of Abu Simbel. Now, has water lapping at its base, a testament to the transformative power of the Nile. Though partially submerged, Qasr Ebrim remains the only Nubian monument standing on its original site, whispering tales of a rich cultural past.

As the sun climbs higher, relax on the deck and soak in the serenity of Lake Nasser. Imagine ancient pharaohs and their retinues navigating these very waters, leaving behind an indelible mark on history. Enjoy a delicious lunch on board and lose yourself in the captivating Nile panorama. 

As dusk approaches, your cruise ship arrives at Amada, a picturesque village nestled amidst the dramatic cliffs of Nubia. Enjoy a restful night aboard your cruise ship, lulled by the gentle lapping of the Nile and the whispers of ancient stories.

Day 9Wadi Es-Seboua - Dakka

Wake up to the golden dawn over Lake Nasser, as today’s adventure unfolds with a treasure trove of ancient wonders. Begin by stepping back in time at the Amada Temple, a gem along Lake Nasser’s shores dating back to the 18th Dynasty. Dedicated to Pharaoh Tutankhamun and Queen Ankhesenamun, the temple boasts remarkably preserved reliefs and inscriptions. The intricate artworks, protected by a layer of plaster from its conversion to a church, vividly depict stories of pharaohs, gods, and daily life in ancient Egypt.

Continue your journey into the world of ancient officials at the Tomb of Pennut, Viceroy of Nubia. Explore vibrant murals portraying hunting scenes, religious rituals, and everyday life. Providing a fascinating glimpse into the world of this prominent figure and the cultural tapestry of Nubia.

As the midday sun bathes the landscape in golden hues, your cruise ship sets sail towards Wadi Es-Seboua. Prepare to be awestruck by a trio of magnificent temples.

Temple of Wadi Es-Seboua: Dedicated to Pharaoh Ramesses II and the god Amun. This temple boasts towering statues and intricate reliefs showcasing military victories and religious offerings.

Temple of Dakka: A smaller gem, the Temple of Dakka is dedicated to the Nubian god Thoth, the lord of knowledge and writing. Admire its well-preserved carvings depicting offerings, processions, and scenes from mythology.

Temple of Maharaqa: Witness the unique blend of Egyptian and Nubian influences at the Temple of Maharaqa. Dedicated to the gods Amun and Osiris, this temple boasts fascinating reliefs and architectural elements, offering a glimpse into the cultural exchange that flourished in Nubia.

As the sun dips below the horizon, casting long shadows across the Nubian landscape, your cruise ship glides towards Aswan, your destination for the night. 

Day 10New Kalabsha Area - Felucca cruise

Bid farewell to your Lake Nasser cruise ship. Disembark and embark on a journey through time at the New Kalabsha area, a testament to human ingenuity and cultural preservation. Witness the grandeur of the Temple of Kalabsha, the largest free-standing temple in Lower Nubia. Meticulously relocated from its original site due to the Aswan High Dam. Marvel at its intricate carvings, dedicated to the Nubian god Mandulis and the Egyptian deities Isis and Osiris. 

Delve deeper into ancient spirituality at the Temple of Beit El-Wali, a smaller gem nestled amidst the cliffs. Explore its fascinating reliefs depicting scenes from the life of Pharaoh Ramesses II and offerings to various deities, offering a glimpse into the religious practices of ancient Egypt.

Round out your New Kalabsha experience with the charming Kiosk of Kertassi. This Roman-era structure, dedicated to the emperor Diocletian. Delicate columns and intricate carvings, showcasing the cultural influences that shaped Nubia over the centuries. 

Transfer to your traditional felucca, your home for the next two nights. Enjoy your lunch onboard your felucca cruise, then visit the beautiful Temple of Philae. A temple was built during the Graeco-Roman era and dedicated to Isis. Return to felucca cruise to set sail towards Daraw

Day 11Camel Market

Today’s itinerary offers a vibrant blend of bustling trade and ancient serenity, immersing you in the heart of the Nile Valley.

Daraw’s Camel Concourse (Saturday or Sunday only). If your journey falls on a weekend, be sure to experience the pulsating energy of the Daraw Camel Market. Witness one of Egypt’s largest camel gatherings, with up to 2,000 beasts arriving in caravans from Sudan. Observe lively trading, admire the majestic creatures, and soak in the picturesque scene, a glimpse into a timeless tradition.

Board your felucca cruise and set sail towards Kom Ombo, a jewel nestled amidst the verdant Nile Valley. As the sun paints the sky in golden hues, relax on the deck and enjoy the serenity of the river journey, watching charming villages and ancient ruins unfold along the banks.

Day 12Kom Ombo - Edfu - Luxor

Bid farewell to your felucca cruise and prepare for a morning steeped in ancient mysteries. Disembark and step into the fascinating world of Kom Ombo. Explore the awe-inspiring Temple of Horus and Sobek. A unique architectural marvel dedicated to two contrasting deities – the crocodile god Sobek and the falcon god Horus. Marvel at its well-preserved halls, adorned with intricate reliefs depicting offerings, religious rituals, and mythological scenes. Delve deeper into the fascinating world of Sobek, the crocodile god, at the Kom Ombo Crocodile Museum. Witness mummified crocodiles, ancient artifacts, and exhibits that shed light on their significance in ancient Egyptian culture.

Journey onwards to Edfu, where a magnificent sight awaits. Prepare to be awestruck by the Temple of Horus, the most intact temple in all of Egypt and a testament to the enduring power of ancient religion and craftsmanship. Immerse yourself in the intricate world of ancient Egyptian beliefs as you explore the temple’s walls, fully inscribed with hieroglyphs and reliefs. These captivating narratives depict the legend of Horus, his battles with the god Set, and rituals honoring the divine falcon.

After a morning of exploring ancient wonders, refuel with a delicious lunch at a local Edfu restaurant. As the sun begins its descent, settle into your transfer to Luxor, the legendary city of Thebes, where captivating adventures await.

Day 13Kings Valley, Hatshepsut Temple and Colossi of Memnon

Dawn cracks over the Nile, painting the sky in fiery hues as your Dahabiya gently docks in Luxor. Today, you venture into the Valley of the Kings, where time stands still amidst the whispering sands. Beneath the scorching sun, descend into the tombs of pharaohs, each a masterpiece carved into the golden cliffs. Immerse yourself in the vibrant murals that adorn the walls, stories etched in paint and stone recounting tales of power, devotion, and the afterlife.

But the wonders of the day haven’t ended. Ascend the cliffs again, your gaze drawn to the unique Hatshepsut Temple, a sun-drenched monument rising like a petrified mirage. Witness the audacity of a woman who defied tradition and ruled Egypt for 20 years, her legacy carved into the sandstone. Next, stand humbled before the colossal statues of Memnon, silent guardians of the desert, their monolithic presence whispering of Amenhotep III’s forgotten empire.

Savor a delicious lunch at a local restaurant, the flavors of Egypt dancing on your tongue, before your return back to your hotel.

Optional tour: Sunrise Hot Air Ballooning

Day 14Karnak & Luxor Temples - Hurghada

Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel before embarking on a journey through time at the awe-inspiring Karnak Temple. Explore the sprawling halls, dedicated to the Theban Triad, where pharaohs once made offerings and priests whispered ancient prayers.

As the sun dips below the horizon, casting long shadows across the temple complex, step into the magical world of Luxor Temple. Bathed in the golden glow of sunset, this sacred haven resonates with the echoes of ancient rituals and celestial alignments.

Then, your solo Egypt travel 21 days takes a vibrant turn. Today, you bid farewell to the Nile’s whispers and the pharaohs’ dreams, setting your sights on the sparkling azure shores of Hurghada. This bustling resort town beckons with the promise of sun-kissed beaches and emerald-tinged waters.

Day 15Hurghada

Free day. Tours such as diving, glass boat, safari, snorkeling, and submarine rides are available upon request.

Day 16Hurghada

Free day. Tours such as diving, glass boat, safari, snorkeling, and submarine rides are available upon request.

Day 17Hurghada

Free day. Tours such as diving, glass boat, safari, snorkeling, and submarine rides are available upon request.

Day 18Fly back to Cairo

With sand clinging to your skin and memories sparkling in your eyes, it’s time to bid farewell to Hurghada’s embrace. The final chapter of your solo Egypt travel 21 days draws near, but a vibrant finale awaits in the bustling heart of Cairo.

Transfer to Hurghada Airport, carrying the echo of laughter and the whisper of waves with you. Take flight, one last glimpse of the turquoise Red Sea etched in your memory before the cityscape of Cairo rises to greet you.

As you touch down in Cairo Airport, a surge of energy replaces the serenity of Hurghada. Your Egypt Best Vacations representative welcomes you back, guiding you seamlessly to your comfortable hotel, your home base for the final moments of your adventure.

Day 19Cairo - Bahabiya Oasis - White Desert

Bid farewell to Cairo’s bustling energy and embark on a journey into the heart of the Sahara. Today, the Bahariya Oasis beckons, its golden sands and whispering palms promising an adventure unlike any other.

Our comfortable vehicle cuts through the desert landscape, the air tinged with the aroma of dry earth and anticipation. Savor a delicious lunch before your four-wheel-drive Jeep roars to life, ready to plunge into the enigmatic Black Desert. Prepare to be stunned by a surreal lunar-like terrain, sculpted by eons of wind and sculpted into otherworldly rock formations. Let your imagination run wild as you stand amidst volcanic glass and fossilized wood, whispers of an ancient past echoing in the silence.

Next, escape the sun’s embrace and find rejuvenation at the Hez Village, where natural cold springs bubble up from the earth. Plunge into their refreshing depths, feel the tension melt away, and recharge your spirit for the adventures ahead. As the afternoon casts long shadows, you journey towards the captivating Crystal Mountain, its shimmering quartz crystals sparkling like a million frozen stars. Marvel at the play of light and shadow, a natural masterpiece etched by time and wind.

Finally, you will arrive at Aqabat, a jewel nestled within the White Desert National Park. Hike amidst towering limestone formations, their alabaster surfaces sculpted into whimsical shapes by the desert’s invisible hand. Let the silence envelop you, a symphony of solitude punctuated by the whispers of the wind.

As twilight paints the sky in fiery hues, settle into your desert camp, your tent nestled beneath a canvas of a million stars. Savor a traditional dinner under the celestial spectacle, the aroma of spices mingling with the crisp desert air. Tonight, the desert becomes your storyteller, weaving tales of adventure and wonder on the canvas of the night.

Day 20Transfer back to Cairo

As the first rays of dawn paint the desert ablaze, awaken to a panorama unlike any other. Witness the sun’s golden fingers crawl over the stark white dunes, transforming the landscape into a fiery masterpiece. Breathe in the crisp desert air, infused with the sweet scent of awakening palms, and savor this one-of-a-lifetime memory.

After enjoying a delicious breakfast, bid farewell to your desert haven. Your trusty 4×4 Jeep roars back to life, carrying you through the mesmerizing sand dunes as you retrace your steps to the Bahariya Oasis. Whisper farewell to the bubbling cold springs, and soak in the last glimpses of the Black Desert’s lunar vistas.

Then, it’s time to turn your gaze back towards Cairo. Your journey back may feel like stepping out of a timeless dream and into the vibrant hum of city life. But carry the desert’s whisper with you, letting it remind you of stargazed nights, adrenaline-pumping drives, and the serenity of endless sand.

Tonight, you settle into your Cairo hotel for the final night of your solo Egypt travel 21 days. Reflect on the journey you’ve undertaken, from the whispers of pharaohs to the symphony of the desert. Each sight, each memory, woven together into a tapestry of wonder that will forever be etched in your heart.

Day 21End of your solo Egypt travel 21 days

Bid farewell to Egypt’s captivating embrace. Your solo Egypt travel 21 days concludes with a transfer to Cairo Airport, your heart brimming with memories and a touch of bitter sweetness.

Stepping onto the plane, you carry a kaleidoscope of experiences within you. The whispers of pharaohs in ancient tombs, the rhythmic hum of the Nile against your Dahabiya, the dazzling colors of a Hurghada sunset, and the stargazed whispers of the White Desert – all woven into a tapestry that will forever adorn your soul. It is really sad to leave so ask our guides about your next adventure in Egypt.

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