Egypt Day Tours

For those visiting Egypt on a cruise, Egypt shore excursions provide an excellent way to experience the country’s best attractions and historical sites. Egypt Shore Excursions will take you on guided tours to some of the country’s most famous landmarks, including the Great Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, the Valley of the Kings, and the Luxor Temples. Visitors can also explore the bustling city of Cairo, with its vibrant souks, modern architecture, and ancient landmarks such as the Alabaster Mosque and Cairo Citadel. Many tours also include visits to local markets and restaurants, where visitors can sample traditional Egyptian cuisine and interact with the locals. Egypt Shore Excursions are suitable for visitors of all ages and interests. Families with children will enjoy the interactive experiences and hands-on learning opportunities, while history buffs will appreciate local guides’ in-depth knowledge and insights. Adventure seekers can ride camels through the desert or sail down the Nile. Whether you’re interested in history or culture or want to soak up the vibrant energy of modern-day Egypt, there’s something for everyone on an Egypt Shore Expedition. So if you’re planning a cruise that includes a stop in Egypt, consider booking a shore excursion – it’s an experience you won’t forget.

Breathtaking places to see and visit in Egypt

Greater Cairo

Enjoy visiting the Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx, The Egyptian Museum, the Pyramids of Saqqara and Dahshur, the Citadel of Salah El-Din, the Mosque of Mohamed Ali, and Khan al Khalili bazaar.


Alexandria, with several historical tourist attractions, including Roman and Greek monuments, Bibliotheca Alexandria, Qaitbay Citadel, and Qasr El Montaza (El Montaza Palace).


Its picturesque temples, including the temples of Luxor and Karnak, and the West Bank across the Nile is full of monuments like Hatshepsut temple & Valley of the Kings.

Red Sea

The Red Sea resorts in the Sinai peninsula, including Dahab, Hurghada, and Sharm el-sheik, with amazing sights of the Sinai peninsula, including Saint Catherine’s Monastery and Mount Sinai.

Design Your Custom Egypt Trip

Explore Egypt your way by selecting only the attractions you want to visit.

Most asked questions about Egypt

Frequently Asked Questions

Is travel to Egypt safe?

There is no warning from the British Foreign Office not to go to Cairo, Alexandria, the tourist areas along the Nile, Sharm el-Sheikh or Hurghada on the Red Sea. People also believe that the part between the Nile and the Red Sea is mostly safe.

How much does it cost to go to Egypt?

It will cost per person about 1500 USD to spend 8 days in Egypt, including a Nile river cruise and private tours with professional guides. Not bad, considering that this estimate includes private guides to all of the sites and attractions.

What types of Nile river cruises do you offer?

All of our Egypt tours that head south to Aswan come with a 3 or 4-night Nile cruise. You can always upgrade to a luxurious 5-star Nile Cruise, which has well-appointed cabins facing outward.

What do women wear in Egypt?

Leggings, Capris, and Shorts… As long as your knees are covered, you should be fine. So whether you’re wearing pants or a Capri, you’ll feel good and be polite. Women in the region wear long skirts or pants.

Should I go to Egypt now or later?

If you care a lot about the weather, the best time to visit Egypt is in the fall, winter, or early spring (October to April) in the northern hemisphere. Try to avoid high season if you want to avoid crowds at ancient sites such as the Pyramids of Giza, Luxor, and Abu Simbel (December and January).

Can I get a visa on arrival in Egypt?

Most travelers, including people with US and UK passports, need an Egypt visa. Americans and people from 40 other countries can obtain a visa to enter Egypt at Cairo International Airport at bank kiosks before immigration offices for $25 USD. These visas are valid for up to 30 days and can be used by people from the United States and 40 other countries.