Since childhood, haven’t we all been curious to know what is inside pyramids? The stories have made us believe that there is a treasure. Whatever is there, don’t you want to find out? If yes, join us for a vacation to Egypt.

One can safely call Egypt the land under a divine spell. Otherwise, where on Earth can one come across a place rich in history and at the same time soaking in beauty? For many, Egypt is only a deserted country filled with sand and pyramids. Yes, that is the main tourist attraction, but there is much more beyond your imagination in Egypt. Egypt is one of the oldest civilisations in the world. It is home to 1 of the 7 wonders of the world – The Great Pyramids of Giza. And apart from that, the ancient statues, tombs and monuments are cradled and continue to be a top site for exploration for archaeologists even today! Egypt is also known as the “Land of Pharaohs” and houses the longest river in the world – River Nile!

Amidst Egypt’s slow-paced lifestyle, Egypt also enjoys the city life through its widespread and bustling city – Cairo! If intricate and remarkable Egyptian architecture does not interest you, Egypt has multiple adventure activities to keep you engaged. The crystal clear blue waters and surreal gold sand beaches offer thrilling sports such as desert safari, horseback riding, diving, surfing and sailing. You can also spend the day picnicking at the spots and take delight in watching the sunset! Not to forget, Egyptian delicacies and local cuisine influenced by the Middle East will captivate your soul!

Temples, Treasures, Pyramids, History, Culture, Tourism – Egypt is a paradise and a storehouse worth exploring for every traveller.

Batch 1 : 23rd Nov - 01st Dec 2024

Batch 2 : 27th Dec - 04th Jan 2025

Batch 3 : 24th Jan - 02nd  Jan 2025


8 Nights 9 Days 23 Nov, 27 Dec, and 24 Jan

Day 1 : Saturday

Welcome to the mystical land of the mummies and magic. You will arrive at Cairo, the

capital of Egypt. From historic places to skyscrapers, Cairo is the perfect combination of old

and new. Along with the ancient marvels, Cairo is also known for modern marvels.

You can enjoy the view of the city as you reach and rest in the hotel as it was a long journey.

After resting for some time, you can later get ready to dive into the taste of Egyptian food.

We would highly recommend you to have the Egyptian delicacy on your plate while you

admire the of Cairo city.

Trikon would suggest you, do not miss on the freshly brewed Kahwa, which is coffee. It is a


Day 2 : Sunday

About Dahshur: Today you will visit the land of powerful dynasties, Dahshur. Dahshur is a

pyramid complex famous for the Bent Pyramid and Red Pyramid. Hold your breath as you

will witness the beauty of these pyramids when you enter them. The Bent Pyramid and the

Red Pyramid are ancient pyramids and were built by Pharaoh Sneferu. As the name suggests

it was called the Bent Pyramid because of the broken lines caused by an engineering issue.

Whereas, the Red Pyramid was made with limestones having a hue of red.  After visiting the

Pyramids, you will visit the Royal Museum of Egypt.

About the Royal Museum of Egypt:

As soon as you enter the Royal Museum of Egypt, you will embrace the history of Egypt. The

museum portrays the heritage of Egypt and continues to preserve it. If you want to see real

mummies then these is the right place for you. The Royal Museum of Egypt has actual

mummies.  Today’s evening will be about admiring the orange shades of the sky at sunset at

the AL-Azhar Mosque.

About the AL-Azhar Mosque: The AL-Azhar Mosque was built in the 10th century. This

mosque was the leading institute of Sunni Islamic scholarship. Before the mosque was a

learning centre for the Fatimid Caliphate.  There is also a university built which is attached

to the AL-Azhar Mosque. It serves as a Sunni Islamic institution for learning. The AL-Azhar

Mosque carries remarkable historical significance and is an example of marvellous

architecture. After visiting the The AL-Azhar Mosque, you will later visit the Khan-E-Khalili

market. This market appears to be like a small city. This market consists of everything you

need to take home as a souvenir. You will find colorful items, glittering stones, perfumes

and many such items.

Day 3 : Monday

Visit to Giza : Today you will step into the land of ancient architecture and archaeological

wonder. Giza is a gem of history and wonder. Prepare yourself 4600 years back and witness

an archaeologist's dream destination. Today you will visit Giza Necropolis to see the

Pyramids of Giza, Sphynx, and the Papyrus Institute. This is one of the most famous

destinations, which is very popular among tourists all around the globe.

About The Pyramid of Giza:

We all know that The Pyramid of Giza is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The

Pyramid of Giza is also known as the Pyramid of Khufu or the Pyramid of Cheops. Until the

Lincoln Cathedral in England was built, The Great Pyramid was the tallest building for 3,800

years in the world. The Pyramids of Giza include the Great Pyramid, the Pyramid of Khafre,

and the Pyramid of Menkaure.

About The Great Sphynx of Giza: The Great Sphynx of Giza is believed to be the protector of

the pyramids. It is a huge statue carved out of one single rock. It has a head of a human and

the body of a lion. Situated right in front of the Pyramid of Giza, The Great Sphynx of Giza

leaves every tourist astonished.

About the Papyrus Institute: If you have always admired Egyptian art or if you are

fascinated by ancient inventions, then you must visit the Papyrus Institute. The Papyrus

Institute will guide you with the formation of the paper, which was used by Egyptians in the

olden times. The process is very interesting and you can also shop here if you want to.

In the late afternoon, you will travel to Alexandria. Alexandria is the city founded by

Alexander the Great. It is the largest city in Egypt and is known for its sandy beach, Greco

Roman landmarks, the royal Montazah palace, Bibliotheca library, and much more.  

Day 4 : Tuesday

If you are a person who wants to travel back in time and want to witness history, then today

is your day.  You can feel the ancient dust right on your palms, as you visit Catacombs of

Kom el Shoqafa; an ancient Roman theatre. After lunch, we will visit Bibliotheca, which is

the largest collection of ancient books and arts. In the evening, you will visit a 500-year-old

fortress named the Citadel of Qaitbay. It was built by Sultan Al-Ashraf Sayf al-Din Qa'it Bay.

End the day traveling in a bus to Siwa. The hypnotising beautiful desert landscapes of Egypt

are one of a kind. The winds of the desert whisper the tales of the kings and the queens.

The beauty of this journey is hidden in the desert, which you will see as you are on the

overnight journey to Siwa on the bus.

Day 5 : Wednesday

The sparking sunlight of Siwa will welcome you today morning. If you are a sunset and

sunrise person, you will surely enjoy the view from the Mountain of Dead. Are you thinking

twice before visiting the name of the mountain? Trust us it is just the name and there is

nothing scary about it.  After the long journey, you can rest in the hotel room after

showering in the early golden sunrays. After a good rest, get ready for the desert safari. This

desert safari is not just a safari but also a bunch of adventure you will find in every grain of

the sand.  You can indulge in activities like driving over the sand dunes and sipping coffee

right in the middle of the vast sea of sand.  Dinner will be served at night. You can also enjoy

the starry Egyptian night sky at the campfire.

Day 6 : Thursday

Visit the Salt Lakes of Siwa : Have you ever dreamt of floating on water but you were

scared of drowning? You need not worry anymore, as Travel Trikon will be taking you on

one such fascinating adventure.Today you will visit the salt lakes of Siwa, where you can live

your dream of floating without any floaters. The salt lakes of Siwa and a treat to the eye.

You can float without any effort due to the high amount of salt. After soaking your body in

the salty lakes, you will need a good rest or even a sound sleep. You can shop in the markets

of Siwa and take home some souvenirs to preserve memories from the land of the

mummies. Get ready for a journey beautiful destination waits for you. You will reach Cairo

on an overnight bus journey.

Day 7 : Friday

Reach Cairo in the Morning and move toward Cairo Domestic Airport to catch flight to Luxor.

If you are fascinated by ancient temples and ancient architecture, then today is a

treat for you. You will reach Luxor on a flight from Cairo. You will explore the east bank. That

is not all for today; Luxor has a lot to offer.

About the Karnak Temple:You will visit the Karnak Temple in Luxor. The Obelisk is a world

famous ancient Egyptian sculpture, which used to represent the sun god. The obelisk is a tall

sculpture with a pyramid shape on the top. The largest Obelisk is found here at the Karnak

Temple. The tallest Obelisk is found at the Karnak Temple measures 28.5 meters in height.

The Karnak Temple is a true ancient masterpiece. The pharaohs have carved their legacy on

the wall of the Karnak Temple, which highlights Egyptian architecture.

About the Luxor Temple: The Luxor Temple is dedicated to the god, Amun. Situated on the

banks of the river Nile, the Luxor temple is a perfect example of historic significance and

ancient Egyptian archaeological sites.

Day 8 : Saturday

Get ready to get a picturesque view of Egypt. Today you will see the early sunrise in a Hot

Air Balloon ride.  This ride is a feast to the eyes. The balloon ride is a combination of both a

thrilling adventure and a scenic view above the clouds.  In the afternoon, we will explore the

west bank of Luxor. You will visit the Valley of the Kings and Medinet Habu.

About the Valley of the Kings: There are over 60 tombs in the Valley of the Kings. The path

to the Valley of the Kings is a path leading to Royalty and the history of Egypt. The most

famous tomb is of King Tutankhamun, who was buried here in 1323 BC.

About the Medinet Habu: Medinet Habu is translated as ‘the city of Habu’. Medinet Habu is a

temple located on the west bank of Luxor. Medinet Habu is also known as The Mortuary Temple of

Ramesses III. The temple is more than carved walls, colors and statues. You can only witness its

magic when you visit here yourself.

After a day spent well, there will be an overnight bus to Cairo.

Day 9 : Sunday

You will reach back to Cairo at 8 am. We know that you Dil Maange More and if you want to

spend some more time in this magical land. Hence, you have an option to board the return\

flight or spend a day in Cairo.


What is included in the tour

  •  Visa cost
  •  Local SIM card with data pack
  •  Accommodation as per itinerary
  •  Travel in train, bus, cabs etc. as per itinerary
  •  All meals from Day 1 lunch to Day 9 breakfast
  •  Scuba diving at Alexandria
  •  Entry charges at the sights mentioned in itinerary

What is NOT included in the tour

  •  Flight tickets (expected 45k)
  •  Guide charges and tips (can be divided in group)
  •  Any activity or sights not mentioned in itinerary
  • A rare yet extraordinary vacation to the magical desert land of Egypt.
  • Understand Egyptian history, culture, art.
  • Indulge in exceptionally thrilling activities like visiting the tombs, discovering the lost Palace of Cleopatra underwater, floating in the salt lake and entering the pyramids of the Mummies.
  • Devour the local Egyptian cuisine.
  • Travel like a local in buses and trains in Egypt. 
Things to carry
  • Pen drive (minimum 16GB)
  • Appropriate clothing and footwear for all days and activities
  • Passport and photocopy of passport
  • Some cash in USD is recommended
  • Sun protection (umbrella, hat, sunscreen)