Egypt Adventure Tour Itinerary
100th Anniversary of the Discovery of King Tut’s Treasures
February 6th -February 15th , 2023
Please note that due to local conditions changes may be made to the itinerary before or during the time of travel.
Monday, February 6th – Meet Dr. Price and Beverlee at JFK and fly from USA on early evening flight non-stop to Cairo.
NOTE: The pricing for the Tour is Land Only (internal Egypt touring) but we want all in the group to individually book and fly the non-stop EgyptAir Boeing 777 Flight MS986 out of JFK at 6:30pm (18:30) on February 6th and return on MS985 at 10:25am on February 15th so we can fly as a group.
Start your booking at EgyptAir.com for the date range and choose the level of fare you are comfortable with for both flights. Please compare carefully the different levels of fares (especially refund options) using the fare comparison link on the booking page. NOTE: AT THIS TIME delay air booking until a notice to book is sent after your registration.
Egypt currently requires a negative RT-PCR Covid test within 72 hours of travel or a vaccination card with a QR code. An online health declaration form is also required. Trip or Medical travel Insurance is recommended.
Tuesday, February 7th – Arrive Cairo about Noon and transfer to the Steigenberger Pyramids Hotel for dinner and overnight.
Wednesday, February 8th– CAIRO – We visit the Giza Pyramids of Cheops, Chefren & Mikarinus. Drive through the Pyramids Plateau, arriving to the Sphinx representing the divine power and wisdom of the pharaohs. We then visit Old Cairo and the Cave Church. We will experience the Cave Church, the largest church in the Middle East, which is in the remarkable garbage collectors town. Dinner and overnight at the Steigenberger Pyramids Hotel, Cairo
Thursday, February 9th– CAIRO -We visit The Grand Egyptian Museum which is home to many great works of bibical and historical significance, such as the Merneptah (Israel) Stela, and Tutankhamun’s treasures (including 5,000 never before seen!). We conclude our day seeing the mummies of Egyptian history at the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization. Dinner and Overnight at the Steigenberger Pyramids Hotel, Cairo.
Friday, February 10th– CAIRO- We visit Sakkara where we can see the first pyramid, the Step Pyramid of Djoser. The Dahshur Pyramids precede the Giza group and allow one to see the evolution of the pyramid. These necropoli were the burial grounds for the kings and elite of the nearby capital, Memphis. At Memphis we will visit an outdoor museum that includes a colossal statue of Ramesses II. Dinner and fly to Luxor and overnight at the Steigenberger Nile Hotel
Saturday, February 11th–LUXOR – We start the day with Karnak and Luxor Temples. Karnak Temple is the cult center of Amun, No-Amon (Thebes) of the Bible. Here Thutmose III’s Annals record his famous battle at Megiddo and Shishak’s Relief records the campaign of 925 BC against Israel and Judah. The temple is also home to the Egyptian text of the Treaty of Ramesses and Hatusili the Hittite ruler and the classic Hypostyle Hall. The Pylon at Luxor temple contains reliefs of Ramesses II’s battle of Kadesh and a portrayal of his tabernacle-like camp. Dinner and overnight at the Steigenberger Nile, Luxor.
Sunday, February 12th– LUXOR – We visit Theban Necropolis.The western side of Luxor is the burial ground of Thebes and includes The Valley of Kings (and Tut’s tomb), Deir el-Bahri (Hatshepsut’s funerary temple), and the Ramesseum,which features “Ozymandias,” and mud-brick storage facilities like those for which the Hebrews made bricks (Exodus 1:11). Dinner and overnight in at the Steigenberger Nile, Luxor
Monday, February 13th– LUXOR – We visit the Theban Necropolis for a second day.The Tombs of the Nobles include remarkable painted and carved scenes. In the Tomb of Rekhmire we will see the famous scene in which foreigners are forced to make bricks. Medinet Habu is one of the best preserved temples of the New Kingdom and contains the renowned panorama of the Sea Peoples (including the Philistines) invasion of Egypt. Fly to Cairo in the evening. Dinner and overnight at the Le Meridien Airport Hotel, Cairo).
Tuesday, February 14th –GOSHEN – We visit Tanis and Bubastis. Tanis is the Delta capital after Pi-Ramesses (Rameses/Raamses of Gen 47:11 & Exod 1:11 & 12:37) was abandoned around 1130 B.C. Many of the statues, inscribed blocks and remains at Tanis came from Pi-Ramesses. We visit its temple dedicated to Amun-Ra and new royal necropolis that replaced the one in the Theban Valley of the Kings.
Bubastis (Pibesethet of Ezek 30:17) was the capital of the 22nd Dynasty and Shishak its founder. Bubastis is often identified with the biblical Pi-Beseth (Ezekiel 30:17). It was notable as a center of worship for the feline goddess Bastet, and therefore the principal depository in Egypt of mummies of cats.
Dinner and overnight at Le Meridien Airport Hotel, Cairo
Wednesday February 15th – This morning we transfer from our hotel to the airport for a mid-morning non-stop flight to the the USA, arriving at JFK airport in mid afternoon with wonderful memories of the mysterious land of the Pharoahs.
You are signing up for the Egypt Tour for February 6th though February 15th, 2023: cost $3499 LAND ONLY (internal Egypt tour costs). Please book EgyptAir non-stop flights per instructions in Itinerary Day 1 / One Form per person / $500 Deposit per person: Send Check made out to World of the Bible Ministries to PO Box 827, San Marcos, TX, 78667-0827. Please fill out form online and press submit button at the bottom of the form.
Tour Terms and Information
Payment of deposit is indication of agreement with all the tour terms listed under Tour Terms and Information.
Egypt- February 6th-15th, 2023 – 10 Days : $3499 Land Only
*Total price includes: 4 and 5 star Hotels with half board (Breakfast and Dinner),and all Guide/Bus/Tips cost. Single occupancy room is plus $790. Price given is cash price (payment by check). Credit Card can be accepted but with 3 percent upcharge.
$500 per person deposit due upon registration, payment in full is due by October 10th. Cancellations in writing and confirmed by phone (512-557-3140) received on or before October 10th will receive a full refund less $100 cancellation per person and administrative fee. Cancellations in writing after this date will be subject to refunds based on the refund policies of the respective airline carriers (if not Land Only) and ground operators to which payments for services have been paid. In most cases a percentage of monies may be debited by these providers. Interruption of trip for any reason will be subject to regulations imposed by respective providers. World of the Bible Tours, and Tuktu Travel assume no responsibility for refunds on any unused portion of the trip. Payment of deposit is indication of agreement with all the tour terms listed under Tour Terms and Information.
Meals are half-board (breakfast and dinner) daily within the hotels or guest houses, or outside restaurants as scheduled by the Tour Director. Lunch is not included, although time for a brief lunch break will be provided. At such times all food and beverage purchases are the sole responsibility of the participant. Missed meals (for whatever reason), substitution meals, and additional food and all beverage purchases at scheduled meals, room service, food items in store in the room, etc. are the sole responsibility of the participant. Snacks or meals at any time on the tour or in transit to the tour are the participant’s responsibility.
Tips to the bus driver, the tour guide, hotel staff, restaurants and miscellaneous people are included in the package price. Generally, this tip amount, which is specified on the Registration form, is paid with your final payment as Dr. Price tips for the whole group. Porterage is provided for one bag only between designated carriers upon arrival at foreign destination hotels. Excess luggage should follow the recommended tip schedule of $1 per bag. Each participant is responsible for their own luggage to and from tour arrival and home departure airports. Weight allowances vary with airlines and each participant is responsible for obtaining correct information from their carrier and for paying excess pounds. Carriers are now typically charging $100 for the second checked bag either way.
World of the Bible Tours, Tuktu Travel, its tour hosts, and any other sponsoring organizations, designated persons, airlines and their representatives, act only in the capacity of agents for passengers in matters relating to all means of conveyance, lodging, and all other services in relation to tourism domestic and foreign, and as such hold themselves free of responsibility for any damages from any causes whatsoever and assume no liability for any injury, delay, loss, or accident occasioned by equipment defect, fault or negligence of any person(s) or company entrusted with fulfilling the services and/or arrangements of the tour. We furthermore accept no responsibility for inconveniences or expenses caused by delays, changes of any kind, or other conditions that may affect the passenger in any way. We reserve the right to change any tour arrangement should conditions warrant (based on the judgment of the tour operators) and will attempt to substitution of equal value (as is possible in the estimation of the tour director). We also reserve the right to decline, accept or retain any person as a member of the tour for any reason. In such cases refund for the unused portion of the tour will be made according to the refund policy as set forth in this document. We are also not to be held responsible for any event, act or omission occurring while passengers are under the control of scheduled or unscheduled conveyances. The passage contract in use by such carriers shall constitute the sole contract between these carriers and the purchaser(s) and/or passenger(s) of this tour. These terms and conditions apply from the moment of registration and payment of deposit and remain in effect until the conclusion of the tour and return to Newark or other International departure point.
Accommodations in Egypt are in four- or five-star hotels. All rooms are double occupancy. Single Occupancy rooms are available at the additional rate specified on the Registration form. Participants who join the tour without a roommate will have a roommate assigned. In the event that no roommate is available before the final payment is due the participant must pay the single supplement rate. Any substitutions or alteration of these arrangements during the tour due to personal preference and other reasons are the sole responsibility of the participant.
Insurance is not included for any losses whatsoever. Please purchase your own insurance for trip cancellation, life and health, and any other coverage required (there are several tour insurance web sites to compare prices at).
Costs and tips to porters, taxi drivers, and restaurant wait staff for personal services are not included in the group tipping program, beverages not included with meals (bottled & mineral water, coffee & tea [included at breakfast only], soft drinks, laundry, personal items, and other conveyance fares not specified as a part of the tour package, or any other item or expense not detailed in the terms above are also the sole responsibility of the tour participant.
Transportation is usually provided by our agent Tuktu Travel or their agents. Tour rates usually include international air transportation between NYC and Cairo (except for fuel surcharge subject to change) but not always and can be modified to Land Only rate if requested or required if group air requirements are not met (flights purchased by participant(s) under Land Only arrangement are their sole responsibility), transfer to and from the airport, conveyance within countries, between hotels and tour sites by bus.
Domestic Air fares from home cities to NYC area are the sole responsibility of each Participant except when included with additional cost by mutual agreement prior to final payment.
Prepare For Your Tour
Included in the tour costs is our extensive TOUR PREPARATION TIPS, a 26-page PDF guide with all the information you need to get ready for your Middle East tour and a digital Pilgrims Journey tour journal .
Additional recommendations available for purchase:
The Stones Cry Out (book) introduces you to the places and personalities involved in revealing biblical history. Read about and see exclusive photos of the sites you will visit on our Israel tour. Many charts and diagrams also help you get a grasp of the various historical time periods and new archaeological discoveries.
The Stones Cry Out DVD takes you on an archaeological journey hosted by Dr. Price letting you preview many of the places in Israel you will experience on a tour.
Our WORLD OF THE BIBLE TOUR MANUAL, a two-volume 1,000 page, illustrated guidebook compiled by Dr. Price is available on CD as a PDF as an optional resource to help you maximize your tour (only available after registration)!
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