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Tour type: Daily Tour
Duration: 6 days
Maximum number of people: Unlimited
Location: Egypt, Cairo



21/06/2018 26/06/2018

June 21 – 26, 2018

This amazing one week programme targets the youth in particular second and third generation Muslims migrants. It is designed by al-Azhar university, one of the oldest universities in the world, and Egypt’s oldest degree-granting university. Al-Azhar is renowned as Sunni Islam’s most prestigious university. The programme aims to introduce the youth to Egypt’s Islamic heritage and Cosmopolitan culture that accommodated people from different ethnic and religious backgrounds over the centuries. That said, the youth get to also visit some of Egypt’s most famous landmarks, such as the pyramids and Sphinx one of the seven wonders of the world!


Accommodation Price per person in room child_price
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Havana Hotel   ★★★☆☆
From 21/06/2018 To 26/06/2018
Bed & breakfast
Beirut Hotel   ★★★☆☆
From 21/06/2018 To 26/06/2018
Bed & breakfast
 Accommodation  Price per person in room
Havana Hotel   ★★★☆☆
From 21/06/2018 To 26/06/2018
Bed & breakfast

Beirut Hotel   ★★★☆☆
From 21/06/2018 To 26/06/2018
Bed & breakfast


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Price includes

  • Bed & Breakfast for 3 days - Bed, Breakfast & Lunch for the rest 3 days
  • Ziyarat

Price excludes

  • Entry Visa
  • Flight tickets

free-trip-tag Day 1

- Arrive to Cairo international Airport.
- Meet and assist at airport and transfer to hotel for checking.
- En route, visit the Unknown Soldier and the late president Sadat Tomb.
- H/D guided visit to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Pyramids of Giza and the Great Sphinx that large statue which is one of the most famous monuments in the whole world.
- Time for organized shopping. Visit the Papyrus institute, Gold & Silver bazaar and the perfume factory.
- Check in at the selected hotel.
- Overnight at Hotel.

free-trip-tag Day 2

- Breakfast at Hotel
- Visiting the southern section of Islamic Cairo offers some Cairo’s largest Islamic monuments.
*Construction of Cairo’s Citadel began under the Ayyub general Saladin (Salah Al-Den) in the 12th century. Today the Citadel offers breathtaking views to the city and several museums dedicated to Egypt’s police and Military.
There are three notable mosques inside the walls: Al-Nasir Muhammed Mosque, Suleiman Pasha Mosque, and Muhammed Ali’s Alabaster Mosque.
*Below the Citadel, there is the massive Sultan Hassan Mosque, built by a 14th century sultan of the same name. This huge mosque is built as a madrassa (religious school) and displays some of the most impressive architectural decoration in any mosque in the city.
*Ibn Tulun Mosque is within walking distance of both the Citadel and Sultan Hassan.
Dedicated in 872 AD, it is the oldest mosque Cairo and the larges by land area. It is a truly impressive space, owing its unique Samarran architect style to the fact that it was built when Egypt’s rulers were from Iraq. There is an additional Gayer-Anderson Museum attached to its outer walls. The proximity of the Citadel and Sultan Hassan Mosque to Ibn Tulun makes them easy sights to combine into a day of touring.
- Lunch in a restaurant on the Nile River, then enjoy sunset while riding “Felouka” (optional).
- Return back to hotel for a seminar about achievements of the Islamic civilization and its addition to the human heritage.
- Overnight at Hotel.

free-trip-tag Day 3

- Breakfast at Hotel.
- Visiting the Fatimid Cairo, starting with Al-Muizz Al-Deen street, named for the first Fatimid Caliph in Egypt, was built as the main street through the Fatimid's grand city and while much of the Fatimid capital was destroyed when subsequent Sunni Caliphates regained control of the city, Muizz street retained its importance. Many of the places, mosques, and monuments of the Ayyubid, mamluk and Ottoman rulers that controlled Egypt After the Fatimid's continued to be built along this street through the center of the city. Today, Al-Muizz Street still displays the greatest density of significant Islamic monuments anywhere in the world to this day.
- The space along Al-Muizz Street has been valuable real estate since the construction of Islamic Cairo in the 10th century because it was the central avenue of the city and the location of the city’s most important buildings. Palaces, mosques, and the mausoleums of the wealthiest rulers of Cairo were all constructed in the prized space along this central avenue. The Darb Al-Asfar (the Yellow Way) where Bayt Al-Suhaymi is located, only meters off of Al-Muizz Street, became one of Cairo’s most wealthy streets, as well-heeled citizens competed for property close to “the Palace Walk”, the title given to Al-Muizz Street in Naguib Mahfouz’s novel of the same name. Bayt Al-Suhaymi, built in the 17th century, was one of the grandest homes in Cairo. Restored in the past decade after having fallen into disrepair during the 20th century, this house is now a beautiful example of medieval Cairo’s finest non-monumental architecture.
- Duhr prayers at Sultan Hassan Mosque. Although it stands in the shadow of the Citadel, Sultan Hassan’s Madrassa-Mosque still manages to make a strong impression. The building is a massive example of Mamluk architecture, constructed during the 14th century reign of a sultan who was famous for his extravagant spending. The massive size of the building made it a Spectacle in its day, but even modern visitors are certain to be impressed by its beautiful and imposing architecture. Sultan Hassan is not only famous for its size though. The mosque is noted as the most stylistically coherent of any of Cairo’s monumental mosques—a huge and prototypical example of architectural style of its day. The interior is beautifully decorated and the effect of its huge central court and imposing verticality is impressive.
- Lunch at a public restaurant in El Hussein
- Asr prayers in Al Azhar Mosque, while there are hundreds of old mosques to visit in Cairo, there is none that can compete with Al- Azhar Mosque in standing and importance to the history of Islam.
Founded by the Fatimids in 970 AD as a mosque dedicated to both worship and learning, it developed over the centuries into the most important center of Islamic theology and learning in the world. Over a thousand years since its founding, Al-Azhar Mosque and the university that bears its name draw students from all over the world to learn about the history of Islam and the different schools of thought that govern interpretation of the Koran.
- Al Tannoura show in Wekalet el Ghouri Khan el khalili, the performance is similar to the more commonly known whirling dervishes; however this version of the indigenous dance incorporates instruments and other additional elements.It starts with a group of performers appeared with an array of instruments ranging from the Daf (tambourine) to the Oud and Ney (flute). After a few solos by various singers, a vocalist appeared on a balcony. This specific vocalist, officially known as the Muezzin, sings of spirituality. The second part of the performance, the Sufi Tannoura Dance (El Darawish) is derived from the dance performed as part of a Sufi ritual. The third part of the performance incorporates a more spectacular dance, more based on the showing of skills and costume design (optional).

free-trip-tag Day 4

- Breakfast at Hotel
- Drive to Alexandria through the desert road (Duration of 3 hours)
- Arrive Alexandria and visit the Cata Comb
- Visit the Pompey's Pillar
- Photo stop by Qaitbay Fort
- Lunch at "Athenios" sea food restaurant overlooking the sea
- Visit the Alexandria library
- Drive back to Cairo
- Dinner at 1st class restaurant
- Overnight at hotel in Cairo

free-trip-tag Day 5

- Breakfast at Hotel.
- Spend the day for leisure and shopping.
- Overnight at hotel.

free-trip-tag Day 6

- Breakfast at Hotel.
- Prepare for check out, then transfer to airport for final departure

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  • 25% down payment upon confirmation
  • 50% to reconfirm
  • 25% to be settled 20 days before check in


  • 50% will be charged as cancellation fees 30 days before check in
  • 75% will be charged as cancellation fees 20 days before check in
  • 100% will be charged as cancellation fees 10 days before check in

Your Contribution to Sustainable Development

By choosing this package you help in supporting individuals who has travelled far from their home of origin for the sake of pursing education or to escape difficult living conditions. A generally overlooked group of individuals, Ibn Al Sabeel (Wayfarers/ Refugees) is one of the named channels of zakat expenditure and one of Misr El-Kheir key programmes. We use part of our profit from this package to sponsor the programme to help in providing funding to 5000 Egyptian and expatriate students every year to cover their living expenses and tuition fees, as well as provide aid to refugees living in Egypt.  You can select another project from our projects menu to contribute to.


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