Sightseeing information


People often request other types of holidays, generally based in one or more of a number of cities.

They do not usually include any tours, though day tours could be arranged to some locations. It is very popular, for example, some people request a holiday in Luxor, Alexandria, Cairo, or even Aswan. Typically these are simply restful retreats, involving not much travel. Others wish to explore a certain antiquities area on their own & may also request a simple holiday.

Desert Safari                                  

Safari Egypt           

Egypt safari with us "Champion Tours Egypt", and you are going to live unrepeatable dream that will make you feel the highest top of pleasure and tranquility.

Our Safari trips offer you the chance to put aside the classical tourist trail and take you towards  "landscape" almost untouched by human beings hands.



El Fayoum


The Fayoum is a wonderful city of Egypt with that has enchanting history. It is an area where Egyptians often spend weekends and which is constantly growing more famous and adorable among Europeans.

This 692 sq. mile depression was a lush paradise during prehistoric times.



El Gouna

El Gouna Egypt

A privately owned luxury hotel town situated along the shores of Egypt’s beautiful Red Sea coastline. It’ll offers you a unique fabulous lifestyle opportunity within the warm heart of the Red Sea Riviera.



Qaytbay Fortress in Alexandria

Within the great eras of ancient Egypt history, the Citadel of Qaitbay (Fort of Qaitbay) was one of the most important defensive fortresses in Egypt and along the Mediterranean coast. It was built by Sultan El-Ashraf Sayf El-Din Qaitbay in the 15th century.



The Citadel Of Salah El Din

citadel of salah el din

For seven centuries the Citadel was the seat of Islamic supremacy in Egypt.  Like the pharaohs of old, the sultans built magnificent symbols of power and piety, pushed the boundaries of architecture and engineering, and wrote their history in stone and gold.  If the pyramids are the most obvious symbols of ancient royalty, the Citadel of Salah al-Din is clearly the emblem of the Muslim dynasties.

We will take you around the Citadel, behind its walls, and into the heart of its most sacred space.



The Valley Of Kings

valley of kings Egypt

The Valley of the Kings  "Valley of the Gates of the Kings")  is a valley in Egypt where, for a period of nearly 500 years from the 16th to 11th century BC, tombs were constructed for the Pharaohs and powerful nobles of the New Kingdom (the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Dynasties of Ancient Egypt).



Hatshepsut Temple

hatshepsut temple

One of the most memorable panoramas in Thebes is the approach to the fascinated memorial temple of Queen Hatshepsut.



Karnak Temple

Karnak Temple

The Temple of Karnak is one of the most popular touristic places in Egypt and is also considered the biggest religious site on the planet. It covers a vast area of more or less 247 acres and is composed of four main temples and various enclosed and outer temples.



Luxor Temple


Luxor temple is a large ancient Egyptian temple stands in great magnificence, on the East bank of the River Nile. It is a charming ornament on its waterfront.




Edfu Egypt

Edfu is an Egyptian city, located on the west bank of the Nile River between Esna and Aswan, with a population of approximately sixty thousand people.



Kom Ombo

 Kom Ombo Egypt

The temple of Kom Ombo is an unusual double temple built during the Ptolemaic dynasty in the Egyptian town of Kom Ombo. It’s absolutely unique because its double design meant that there were courts, halls, sanctuaries and rooms.



Pheila Temple

pheila Temple Egypt

The temple is dedicated to Goddess Isis and has various fascinating shrines and sanctuaries. The word Philae “in Egyptian meaning” means the end angle of an island.



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