Travel Egypt and Jordan

Come travel Egypt and Jordan and make memories for life, visiting all the famous places, 
as well as all the sites that regular tourists miss.

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Enjoy GOLD-Standard tours with professional English-speaking guides. Experience the best of Egypt, Jordan and beyond with experience right by your side. We don’t only sell epic holidays; we turn dreams into reality.

Why Travel With Us?

We save you time, money and energy. We are dedicated to excellence and flawless personalized services. Furthermore, all our tour packages can be tailored to meet your exact needs and dreams.

Local Travel Specialists

With a highly experienced team of travel specialists and a flawless reputation, we honestly believe we are the best choice for people who want to experience the best of Egypt, Jordan and beyond.

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Travel Egypt and Jordan Your Way

Inspired by a passion for travel, and driven by an unwavering quest for excellence, we don’t only sell unforgettable tours; we make dreams come true.

Around the Clock Service

Our audience is global, with people living in different time zones all over the world. In order for us to best meet their needs, we have experienced travel consultants on call around the clock to respond to queries and to offer assistance when needed.

We Speak Your Language

Our team of dedicated travel experts speak your language. All of our travel consultants and tour guides are fluent in English. Many are also fluent in other languages as well, including Arabic; Spanish; Portuguese; Italian; French and German.

Local Travel Specialists

We believe that no other tour provider is better equipped than we are to offer Egypt and Jordan travel packages that are as affordable and as flawless as ours are. It is your time, your money, your vacation, and we want you to enjoy it your way.

FAQ: Travel Egypt and Jordan

Why Travel Egypt and Jordan with Us?

Traveling Egypt and Jordan with us saves you time, money and energy. It is as simple as choosing a tour and making a reservation. We take care of everything else apart from your international air travel and your visas. In fact, if you want us to, we can even book your international flights for you. 

When it comes to sightseeing in countries like Egypt and Jordan, where do you even begin? There is just so much to see. Many independent travelers miss out on so much. Sometimes it’s because of a lack of planning, and sometimes it’s because of things unforeseen. Even something as simple as transport to and from different attractions can seriously eat into your time for sightseeing.

When you travel Egypt and Jordan with us, you don’t need to worry about bus times, train times, metro times or overcharging taxi drivers. You always have you own private driver standing by to drive you from one amazing site to the next in cool air-conditioned comfort.

When we design our Egypt and Jordan travel packages, we design them to include the very best attractions in all featured destinations. With nearly 70 years of experience behind us, we know which sites and attractions appeal the most to visitors. We do everything we can to make sure that you get to see only the very best sites during your vacation. 

Other reasons to travel Egypt and Jordan with us include:

  • Private Professionally Guided Tours – When you travel Egypt and Jordan with us you have experienced English speaking guides by your side to make your vacation more enjoyable and more rewarding than ever.
  • Modern Air-Conditioned Vehicles and Experienced Drivers – Our drivers are friendly, courteous and all very experienced. You never need to worry about public transport or dishonest taxi drivers out to make a quick buck.
  • Round the Clock Customer Service – We have people on call 24/7 to offer assistance if it is ever never during your stay. We are literally always only a phone call away.
  • Quality Is Never Compromised – Throughout your Egypt and Jordan tour with us, you will enjoy excellent 4 and 5 star hotel accommodation, along with clean and modern transportation.
  • Excellent Value for Money – Our Egypt and Jordan tours are on average, 15% cheaper than comparable quality tours offered by our competitors.
  • Nearly 70 Years of Experience by Your Side – When you book your travel package through us, you are booking your tour through a Category “A” Tour Operator that has been offering tours to Egypt and beyond since 1955.
  • Fully Customizable Travel to Egypt and Jordan – When it comes to travel, we believe that flexibility is crucial. For this reason, each and every one of our Egypt and Jordan packages can be customized and tailored to fit your needs exactly. We can even work with you to create a 100% unique tour itinerary from scratch.
  • With more than 205,000 tours already sold, we believe that no other tour operator is better equipped than we are to give you an unforgettable vacation. Let us make your dreams come. Contact us today to enjoy a flawless Egypt and Jordan tour that you will remember forever.

How to Stay Safe When Traveling Egypt and Jordan?

All the countries that feature in our Egypt and Jordan tours are very safe for visitors. Of course, no country is 100% safe, so it is always a good idea take certain safety precautions when you are traveling.

The first and most important one is to avoid dark and unusually quiet areas at night. This is particularly true if you are traveling alone and even more so if you are a woman.

When you travel Egypt and Jordan with us, you are rarely left on your own, but there are a few exceptions. In the evenings, for example, you will be free to head out on your own. Some of our Egypt and Jordan tours also include one or more “free” days. During these days you will also be on your own. For most visitors, sunburn and heatstroke are the biggest risks. Still, if you head out on your own, it is best not to carry any unnecessary money or valuables with you.

We also advise against getting into heated debates concerning religion and/or politics. Lastly, don’t be tempted to buy anything from random strangers if any approach you in the bazaars, souks and market squares. If you do, you will most likely be scammed, or even worse, you could end up getting arrested. Ask your guide for help whenever in doubt.

What to Pack for Egypt and Jordan?

As far as clothing is concerned, when traveling to Egypt and Jordan we highly recommend packing in some thin and lightweight clothes. If you are concerned about sunburn, then it would be a good idea to take long sleeve tops with you. You should also take at least one warm top with you because it can get surprisingly cool in the evenings, and especially during the cooler months (November, December, January, February and March).

We also highly recommend packing in a pair of flat open shoes or sandals, and perhaps a second pair of shoes that are comfortable and suitable for walking. Nearly all of our Egypt and Jordan travel packages include a tour at the Lost City of Petra, and this guided tour includes quite a lot of walking. Last but not least, a cap and/or a wide-brimmed hat is an absolute must, as is a pair of sunglasses.

What to See in Egypt?

In Egypt the highlights are the wonders of Pharaonic Egypt. Best known are the Giza Pyramids and the Great Sphinx. But you will also see majestic ancient temples, impressive tombs and much, much more.

The Giza Pyramids and the Great Sphinx

The pyramids and the Sphinx are undeniably Egypt’s most famous tourist attraction and is included in all our Egypt and Jordan tours. The largest of the three pyramids was built for Pharaoh Khufu and is today known as the Great Pyramid of Giza. It was named as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The other two pyramids belonged to Pharaoh Khafre and Pharaoh Menkaure.  Khufu’s and Khafre’s pyramids were the biggest pyramids ever built by the Ancient Egyptians.

The pyramids and the surrounding area have a fascinating history. Many people once believed that they were built by slaves. In reality, the pyramids were built by willing workers and support workers who lived in a nearby “workers village” that had everything a thriving village would need.

The Step Pyramid of Pharaoh Djozer

The Step Pyramid is located in the ancient Saqqara necropolis which is a short drive from Cairo. Djozer’s pyramid was built during the 27th century BC. It is believed to be the very first pyramids ever built by the Ancient Egyptians. By the time the first pyramid at Giza was built, this pyramid would already have been considered ancient. After a long and extensive restoration project that lasted for 14 years, the Step Pyramid was reopened for visitors in March 2020.

Valley of the Kings

The Valley of Kings is another one of Egypt’s most famous attractions which is included in most of our Egypt and Jordan travel packages. It is an ancient royal burial ground located on the West Bank at Luxor. A total of 62 tombs were discovered in the area, including the famous tomb of King Tutankhamen. His tomb was the last tomb to be discovered in the Valley of Kings. It was also the only one which had not been looted in antiquity. 

Tutankhamen’s tomb has recently been renovated and is once again open for visitors. The pharaoh’s mummy is also on display inside his tomb, but most of the tomb’s original contents are now on display in the museum in Cairo.

Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut

Queen Hatshepsut was Ancient Egypt’s only real Egyptian female ruler. Her mortuary temple is a vast complex that was carved out of the surrounding rock faces. It is also one of Egypt’s most famous and most visited ancient sites and is considered to be one of the “incomparable monuments of ancient Egypt”. The complex is located just a short distance from the Valley of Kings.

Rock-Cut Temples of Abu Simbel

Like Hatshepsut’s temple, the two temples at Abu Simbel are considered to be incomparable monuments of ancient Egypt. These huge temples were also carved out of a cliff. They were constructed in the 13th century BC during the reign of Pharaoh Ramses II, also known as Pharaoh Ramses the Great. These two breathtaking temples are located roughly 300 km southwest of Aswan.

The larger of the two temples was made for Pharaoh Ramses himself while the smaller one was made for his beloved wife, Queen Nefertari. Both of these temples were moved to their current location from lower ground. If they had not been moved, they would have been submerged beneath the surface of Lake Nasser following the construction of the Aswan High Dam.

If the temples of Abu Simbel are not part of your preferred Egypt and Jordan travel itinerary you can simply ask us to customize your itinerary making sure you get the itinerary of your dreams.

What to See in Jordan?

n Jordan the must-see highlights are of course The Lost City of Petra, The Dead Sea and the Wadi Rum Desert. Other important sights are the ancient city of Jerash and Mount Nebo.

The Lost City of Petra

Also known as the Rose City of Petra, this indescribable rock-cut city is Jordan’s biggest and most famous tourist attraction. Petra is of course included in all our Egypt and Jordan travel packages. The city was founded by a tribe of nomadic Nabatean Arabs who decided to settle in the area because of its proximity to major trade routes. It is believed that they inhabited the area at some point during the 4th century BC, but only began work on their city during the 2nd century BC.

They had established the area as a major trading hub, and this allowed them to accumulate considerable wealth. The Nabateans then invested their wealth into establishing their capital city. They carved this magnificent city out of the cliffs of a long and deep rock gorge.

The Lost City of Petra is undeniably one of the most spectacular and most breathtaking historical attractions on earth. If you haven’t visited Petra, you haven’t visited Jordan. 

The Dead Sea

Contrary to what some people believe, the Dead Sea is actually a large lake. It is the lowest place on earth. The Dead Sea’s surface and shoreline are approximately 430 meters below sea level. It is nearly 10 times more salty than our oceans, and one of the saltiest bodies of water on the planet. It is this extreme salt content that makes it possible for people to float so effortlessly on the water.

Mud from the Dead Sea is known to be very beneficial for one’s skin. Cleopatra herself used to use Dead Sea mud to keep her skin looking youthful and radiant. Today, Dead Sea mud and mud extracts are added to a lot of high-end beauty products. When visiting the Dead Sea, many visitors take advantage of the opportunity to float on the water and to coat themselves with mud.

Why Should I Visit the Pyramids of Giza?

The Giza Pyramids are the only remaining monuments of the seven wonders of the ancient world. It is a unique experience to see something that stands for more than 4,000 years and still intrigues people.