Sense of Egypt – Cairo, Luxor & Makadi Bay

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Best of Egypt – Luxor & Makgadi Bay with Captivating Cairo

A trail ride to Egypt just wouldn’t be complete without seeing the Great Pyramids of Giza on horseback! The Luxor and Makadi Bay is our most popular Egypt ride, so why not combine it with a few days in Cairo so you can see the best of Egypt. This itinerary combines the Cairo ride with Luxor and Makadi Bay. Enjoy 3 activity days exploring everything Cairo has to offer.

Start your adventure in the bustling megacity of Cairo. Find yourself immersed in the depth of the fascinating layered history, the wealth of culture all atop a beautiful, fiery Arabian horse. Spend a few days in Cairo, packing in all the must-see sights, visiting the Pyramids of Giza, Abusir, and Sakkara on horseback. Explore other extraordinary sights such as the Cairo Museum, Khal El Khalili  Market and Muez Street on foot with your own personal guide. Enjoy Egyptian hospitality during your stay at a charming guesthouse only a stone’s throw away from the magnificent Pyramids. A truly incredible way to experience a unique city!

From Cairo, either fly or take the more adventurous overnight train journey to Luxor. Often called the world’s greatest open-air museum, it’s hard to describe the magic of this extraordinary place. Nothing in the world compares to the scale and grandeur of the monuments that have survived from ancient Thebes and seeing them from horseback is something out of a dream. Riding through the land of the Pharos, see the Valley of the Kings through the ears of your purebred Arabian before taking some incredible photos in front of the Colossi of Memnon.

End your Egyptian adventure in Makgadi Bay, where the desert sands meet the crystal blue waters of the Red Sea. Gallop across the open desert and along seemingly endless beaches. Enjoy a boat trip out to swim with wild dolphins and end your adventure riding your steed into the warm waters for a horseback swim. Egypt is meant to be discovered on horseback!

QUICK FACTS
Cairo, Luxor & Hurghada, Egypt
Arrive Cairo Airport, Depart Hurghada Airport
October to May
12 Days, 11 Nights
Group Size: Max. 10
Intermediate and Above
TOUR HIGHLIGHTS
  • Ride further afield beyond the tourist hot spots to temples and pyramids deep in the heart of the Egyptian desert
  • Visit the 7th Wonder of the World on horseback and take epic “between the ears” photos
  • Get to know the real Egypt with a private guide showing you all the best sights of the city and beyond.
  • See the Valley of Kings from a unique perspective
  • Swim on horseback in the crystal clear waters at Makadi Bay
THE DESTINATION

The place Egyptians call Umm Ad Dunya – the “Mother of the World” Cairo is chaotic but beautiful. Staying on the ourskirts of this bustling city, you get to have breakfast overlooking the Great pyramids of Giza. Explore the local souks before diving into history and exploring the museums and tombs that make Egypt so unique.

Luxor is known as the “open-air museum” because of the vast number of historical artefacts, its iconic homes and the ruins of the temple complexes that stand within the modern city today. The east bank of Luxor is home to the Luxor temple & Karnak Temple, and the west bank is home to the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens – and the best way to get there is by horseback.

The Red Sea Riviera is a real miracle of nature. Sandy beaches, hot African sun, turquoise sea joining the desert. Egypt is a land of the living and the dead and many secrets, where the past meets the present, the history of the pharaohs is still shrouded in the desert ubiquitous sand. Explore the desert and ocean on this horseback adventure. 

DATES & RATES

Some set-departures dates are available and many flexible start dates. The riding season is from October to April – Please enquire for exact dates and availability.

2020 / 2021 Rates:

Full Board 12 days/11 Nights 
£2 293 PP SHARING + transfers

GBP600 Single Supplement if not willing to share

Includes

  • All riding activities
  • Non-riding activities listed in the itinerary – Other than museum entries (Approximately GBP60pp)
  • All guiding
  • Accommodation (upgrades available at additional cost)
  • Delicious food (Meals on arrival day and lunch on travel day from Cairo to Luxor not included)
  • Water with all rides and meals

Excludes

  • All alcoholic and soft drinks
  • Entries to some temples and historic sites
  • International flights
  • Flights from Cairo to Luxor
  • Gratuities
  • Travel & Medical Insurance
  • Transfers (approximately GBP120 pp)
YOUR ITINERARY

***This is a sample itinerary of the riding and experiences you may have on your trip. Life in Egypt runs on a different type of clock, so expect some changes along the way. The itinerary is fluid any changes will always be made with your best interests at heart – perhaps ticking off extra bucket list moments, finding unique dining locations and discovering places off-the-beaten-track. Itineraries can be adapted to any special interests you might have, so let us know. There are other non-riding activities that can be booked when you arrive such as quad biking, camel rides and local markets. You’ll have a personal guide to show you the secrets of this amazing country!***

Day 1: Arrival in Egypt

On arrival, you will be met at the airport by your driver and transported through the bustling streets of Cairo to your accommodation. Your hosts choose boutique hotels located on the back streets of Giza, just a few hundred metres from the great Pyramids. The rooftop terraces offer stunning views over the Pyramids and Sphinx, and you might even be able to glimpse these wonders from the comfort of your white cotton sheets. Enjoy your first dinner with your fellow adventurers as you watch the light show transforming the Pyramids into a rainbow of colour.

Day 2: Giza Pyramids & Sundowner Ride

On your first day in Cairo, you’ll tick off some of the unmissable sights that every visitor to the city must experience! In the morning, meet the herd of beautiful Arabian horses for your first ride to the world-famous Pyramids of Giza! Riding across the plains towards the unique skyline is an exhilarating thrill that not many people get to experience. Arriving at one of the 7 Wonders of the World,  you will have the opportunity to dismount and explore on foot.

After your morning ride, you’ll have a chance to relax with a cold drink and then walk a couple of minutes to reach the Sphinx with your Egyptologist guide who will tell you all about the fascinating history of this unique area. Known in Arabic as Abu Al Hol (Father of Terror), this sculpture of a man with the haunches of a lion was dubbed the Sphinx by the ancient Greeks because it resembled their mythical winged monster.

After an awe-inspiring morning, you can relax at lunch to enjoy traditional Egyptian cuisine before heading out again in the afternoon. The second riding tour takes you behind the back of the pyramids with plenty of open ground to fly with the horses. You will watch the sunset from a local Bedouin tea camp before taking a leisurely stroll back to the stable. There’s time for a quick shower on return before watching the legendary Light and Sound show on the roof of your hotel while enjoying a sumptuous Egyptian meal.

Day 3: Giza, Saqqara, Abu Sir & Memphis

After breakfast you will be picked up in an air-conditioned bus with your guide. This morning, head to Memphis and Saqqara. This is an amazing display of how tomb and pyramid-building progressed as the necropolis contains burials tombs from different dynasties. At the Serapeum of Saqqara you will enter a series of tunnels to see the sarcophagi of the Apis bulls, sacred to the god, Ptah. He was a patron of artisans and craftsman and was also considered the god of Memphis, the next stop on the day’s adventure. Memphis was the capital of ancient Egypt and is now an open-air museum with many things to see, including the statue of Rameses II and the famous 80-tonne Sphinx made from one gigantic piece of alabaster.

At some point you will stop for lunch, perhaps a picnic lunch in the desert brought by Tuk-Tuk or a traditional meal at one of the small restaurants.

Finish the day with a riding tour from Abu Sir, one of the elite cemeteries of Ancient Egypt. The desert is perfect for fast riding across the sands. Here you will not see any other tourists – A hidden gem. Witness the epic sunsets Egypt is known for whilst flying across the desert as they did in ancient times. The end to a perfect day, return to your hotel for a relaxing dinner and well-earned sleep.

Day 4: Cairo City, Khan El Khalili Market & Islamic Tour (Non-Riding)

After breakfast, your driver and guide collect you for your city tour. Your first stop is one of the world’s most important collections of ancient artifacts, the Egyptian Museum in Downtown Cairo. Inside the great domed building, the glittering treasures of Tutankhamun lie alongside the goods, mummies, jewellery, eating bowls and toys of Egyptians whose names we will never know. Step back in time as you wander through this fascinating museum.

There are many fabulous local restaurants to stop at before visiting the Mohamed Ali Alabaster Mosque inside the Citadel of Salah El Din. Continue the tour to Coptic Cairo to visit the Hanging Church, Ben Ezra Synagogue, Church of St. Barbara, Church of Abu Serga.

Your city tour finale is the Khalili market – A firm favourite! This bustling market comes into its own in the evenings with the smell of incense and a backdrop of twinkling Bedouin lanterns.

Vibrant, and home to a great number of cultural and historic structures, it’s no surprise that the area has featured in many movies and literary works such as, Naguib Mafhouz‘s famous novel Midaq Alley. Time spent here is like stepping back into medieval Cairo. While strolling the market, you may find your eyes becoming lost between the unique mix of merchandise displayed in shops and allies. There is a variety of goods — from sparkling silverware, gold, antiques, to beautiful stained glass lamps.

Another highlight is visiting El Fishawi cafe. This hidden gem is located on a narrow street with yellow ochre walls and stunning dark wood mashrabeya panelling. Delight your senses with delicious, aromatic mint tea is served in dark blue teapots from large golden trays. Large chandeliers and mirrors framed in wood hang inside; it’s nothing short of a visual feast for photographers and aesthetes.

Return to the hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day 5: Travel Day to Luxor

Enjoy a last leisurely breakfast in Cairo and a slow 12 noon check-out. A lovely breather after 3 days of activity. Your guide will recommend a few favourite restaurants where you can enjoy a quiet lunch in Cairo at your own leisure (Not included).
In the afternoon, you’ll be transferred to Cairo airport in time for your flight to Luxor. (Flight not included – Usually around £65 – £100 per person) We will recommend which flight to book as you’ll need to be there 2 hours beforehand and account for any Cairo traffic. Again, your local guide and driver take care of the details, allowing you to stare out the window as you wind through the city. When you arrive in Luxor, you’ll be collected at the airport and get to your hotel in time for dinner. Luxor is very peaceful after the hustle and bustle of the city and the hotels are chosen to give you an authentic experience close to the river Nile and the stables.

Day 6: Valley of the Kings, Tutankhamun & Hatshepsut

You will start your day with an introduction to the land of the Pharaohs. This non-riding morning gives insight as to why the Valley of the Kings is so important – the burial place of the New Kingdom – close to the source of the pharaohs’ dynastic roots in the south.

You will have the chance to visit three amazing historical sights, including the Tomb of Tutankhamun, the Temple of Hatshepsut and the Carter House. The Tomb of Tutankhamun or “The Boy King” is considered to be the best-preserved and most intact tomb ever found in the Valley of the Kings. Hatshepsut is one of the most famous females in Egyptian history and was a pharaoh of Egypt from roughly 1479 to 1458 BC. Her temple reflects her beauty with terraces reaching almost 30m (100 feet) high.

After lunch, you will travel by tuk-tuk to the stables where you will be introduced to the horses. The Bedouin-style yard, crafted by local Egyptians, is based on the West Bank of the Nile boasting several boxes and lush plantation fields. Here you will find their carefree Arabian horses grazing happily in the glossy green fields and almost sparkling in the sunshine against the backdrop of the mountains. The stable is home to horses, donkeys and camels and very much holds a “farm atmosphere”.

The first riding trip is relaxed and gives you a chance to get to know the horses in preparation for a full day trail ride the following day. You’ll ride through the villages on horseback under the palm trees along to the River Nile, a peaceful place where you can often see buffalo grazing along the banks. On return, you will be transferred back to your hotel. Dinner will be a local Egyptian feast, eating with your hands whilst sitting on the floor on plush cushions; a must when in Luxor!

OPTIONAL EXTRA: Visit the Valley of the Queens where the wives of pharaohs we buried in ancient times. Nefertiti’s tomb is considered of the most stunning tombs in Egypt, and although an expensive entry fee, this should not discourage visitors from witnessing such unimaginable beauty so well preserved.

Day 7: Ultimate trail ride through the land of the Pharaohs

Longer trails allow you to experience traditional country life, and you will see farmers working their fields just as their ancestors did. By mid-morning you will be amazed by a panoramic view of Luxor as you ride behind the Valley of the Kings and to the top of Mount Thebes.

Lunch will be served at a local restaurant before riding past the Colossi of Memnon; two massive stone statues of the Pharaoh Amenhotep III, who reigned in Egypt during the Dynasty XVIII and offer an incredible photo opportunity on horseback.  They have stood in the Theban Necropolis for the past 3,400 years! This is a wonderful opportunity for photos together with the horses. After a day of adventure, head back to your home-away-from-home.

Day 8: Habu Temple riding and Karnak Temple

Rise and shine for a 7am departure, time for another tick off the bucket list for many visitors to Luxor – a visit to Madinet Habu Temple. Leaving the stables early, it takes us about 1 hour to ride up to Habu Temple, passing through local villages and sugar cane fields. On arrival, dismount and tether the horses outside in the shade before heading inside this magnificent complex to explore and learn more about its fascinating history.

Built as a mortuary temple for Ramses III, one of the great pharaohs of ancient Egypt, Habu Temple was built on land that was considered to have magical powers by local farmers long before his time.

Enjoy a light brunch after your visit, before riding back to the hotel to change for your afternoon adventures and our non-riding tour to the East Bank of Luxor, take a river boat taxi across the Nile! Start with the incredible Karnak Temple – the largest religious complex on the planet. Your guides will be on hand to show you through the labyrinth and explain the purpose, meaning and history of the amazing ruins of Karnak and the open air museum.

After Karnak, visit Luxor Temple, largely built by the New Kingdom pharaohs Amenhotep III and Ramses II. This temple is a strikingly graceful monument in the heart of the modern town. Also known as the Southern Sanctuary, its main function was during the annual Opet celebrations when the statues of Amun, Mut and Khonsu were brought from Karnak, along the Avenue of Sphinxes, and reunited here during the inundation.

Our finale ends with a tour of Luxor Museum – this wonderful museum has a well-chosen and brilliantly displayed and explained collection of antiquities dating from the end of the Old Kingdom right through to the Mamluk period, mostly gathered from the Theban temples and necropolis. This is one of the most rewarding sights in Luxor and one of the best museums in Egypt. This is your last evening in this region and you will finish our Luxor adventures with a belly dancing show and Egyptian BBQ dinner.

OPTIONAL EXTRAS ON REQUEST:

Guided tour and shopping at the souk markets

Sunrise Balloon tour

Private Boat Dinner on the Nile

Day 9: Hot Air Balloon Sunrise Horse Ride and Travel to Hurghada

This is a special morning! Rise at dawn for Luxor’s iconic sunrise hot air balloon ride! Ride out as the blood red sun rises over the horizon and all the hot air balloons fill the sky. The atmosphere is magical as you soak in the stunning scene.

After breakfast, you will have a private road transfer to Hurghada. Your drive gives you a last glimpse of the River Nile before heading into the desert and ends with the shimmering blues of the Red Sea.  Arriving around lunchtime, you will check in to your hotel. Located in Makadi Bay, just a few minutes from the horses and stable and in close proximity to the beach it is the perfect destination for those looking for a quality beach holiday by the Red Sea.  Enjoy the afternoon at leisure.

Day 10: Makadi Bay Riding

Full day trail ride with the “desert Arabians”. The horses in Hurghada are chosen for their forward-going nature and their ability to gallop endlessly in the deserts. This a superb day of riding including the beach, sea and deserts that Makadi is famous for. There are several options for today that can be discussed while you are on the trip. For those who want a full day out in the desert, you head out early in the morning and be met by tuk-tuk for a picnic out in the desert, while the horses take a break and enjoy a snack of their own. After lunch, you’ll climb back in the saddle for more epic desert riding. Alternatively, have a relaxing morning relaxing next to the pool or on the beach before an early lunch at the hotel. Then enjoy a superb afternoon of riding, cantering along the beach and deserts of Makadi. In the evening, take in the breathtaking sunset over the Red Sea.

Day 11: Non-riding day – Red Sea Boat Tour

Today we have a special treat for you and a stunning full day’s boat trip on the Red Sea where wild dolphins can often be found swimming in their natural environment. If you are lucky enough to find them, you can jump in, snorkel and swim with these majestic, playful creatures – a truly memorable experience and something that must be crossed off your bucket list! The Red Sea is filled with stunning coral reefs and abundant fish life. Spend the day snorkelling and discovering the underwater beauty that hides beneath the surface. Enjoy a full day out on the water, complete with a seafood feast before heading back to Hurghada, blissfully tired after a days adventure.

Day 12: Horseback swim and departure

No trip would be complete without swimming with horses in the Red Sea! This is a full morning ride with lots of exhilarating canters along the desert sands before arriving at the sparkling blue sea. On arrival, you’ll dismount and remove your saddle before splashing into the warm ocean with your horse. It is exhilarating feeling the horses muscles below you as they swim, weightless in the water. Plus it’s hard to tell who has more fun, the riders or the horses as they splash and play. After your swim, the hotel is just nearby, so you can pop back to get showered and changed. Check out is by 12:00 (late check-outs on request at the hotel) and then it’s time to head home or continue with your travels – until you return!

THE ACCOMMODATION

A horse riding holiday in Egypt is extremely customizable, with these 2 & 3-star bed and breakfasts chosen to give you the opportunity to experience authentic Egyptian hospitality. Here are a few favourites, but other 3&4-star hotels are available based on your preferences. Please enquire about other upgraded accommodation options (at an extra cost) if you’re seeking a more luxurious adventure.

ACCOMMODATION IN CAIRO – ONE OF THE BELOW

Hotels might be finalized a few weeks before your trip, but if you have any preferences or want to upgrade to a pyramid view room or more upmarket hotel, please let us know in advance.

Pyramids View Inn
Pyramids View Inn bed and breakfast is one of the most unique hotels in Cairo and located in front of Sphinx and Great Pyramid of Giza. All rooms have air-con, private bathrooms, a balcony overlooking the pyramids, free wifi and a kitchenette. The rooftop terrace has incredible views and is a great social space.

Panorama Pyramids Inn
Set 300 metres away from the Great Sphinx & 1.2km from Giza Pyramids offers a brilliant location. All guest rooms at the inn are equipped with an aircon, a comfortable bed, a seating area and a private bathroom with complimentary free toiletries. The rooms all offer terraces with incredible views of the city.

Pyramids Valley Boutique Hotel 
Located in the shadows of the Great Pyramids of Giza in Cairo, this hotel offers great views of the pyramids, sphinx and the sound and light show. At the hotel, each room is equipped with a private bathroom and some rooms have a terrace with views of the city or pyramids. After dinner, you can watch the magnificent sound & light show from your balcony or the rooftop terrace.

Marriott Mena House(Upgrade at an extra cost)
Marriott Mena House, Cairo has 331 luxury rooms and suites, many boasting views of the Pyramids, the lavish gardens or the swimming pool. Enjoy breakfast in the tropical gardens overlooking the pyramids. It is a luxurious oasis in the desert! 

ACCOMMODATION IN LUXOR – ONE OF THE BELOW

Villa Nile House 

Villa Nile House is a quirky and charming guest house with outstanding service. Built in an oriental style with traditional architecture, it has two terraces on the roof with views of Luxor temple and Hatshepsut temple. Relax in the picturesque garden complete with a swimming pool, Jacuzzi and even a hammam for massages. An open-air stair will lead you to the bedrooms and to the roof. Each of the charming bedrooms celebrates Luxor, find yourself staying in Hathor, Nefertiti, Kheops, Cleopatra, Nefertari, Akhenaton or Touthankamon to name a few!

Winter Palace (Upgrade at an extra cost)
Formerly the winter palace of the Egyptian royal family, and just a few minutes from the Temple of Luxor, this hotel exudes timeless splendour and is well-placed for an indulgent stay in this historic city.

Al Moudira (Upgrade at an extra cost)
This a luxurious oasis on the West Bank of the Nile, between the desert and the farmlands. The hotel is a very unique, privately owned boutique hotel in Luxor, resembling an oriental palace with its courtyards, fountains, archways, domed ceilings, and lush tropical gardens. Rooms are incredibly ornate and truly opulent.

ACCOMMODATION IN HURGHADA – ONE OF THE BELOW

These are 2 favourites for this area, however, if you want to upgrade to one of the incredible beach resorts that this area is famous for, the options are endless! (Note that there might be additional transfers for hotels further from the stables)

Sweet Home Boutique Hotel 

Sweet Home is a quiet hotel in a green area with a private sandy beach facing the Red Sea. Located next to the beach it is perfectly situated to toss off the flip flops, bury your toes in the sand, and forget about life for a while. Enjoy the pool just in front of the beach and take in the unforgettable sunset in the evening. All 11 rooms have sea views and their own terrace where you can enjoy breath-taking views of the Red Sea. Offering warm hospitality and a private beach, it is the perfect spot to relax after a day of adventuring.

Marina Star Hotel

Situated in the heart of the Hurghada New Marina, Marina Star Hotel offers apartment- living with hotel-style service. There is an onsite restaurant serving modern cuisine however the gem of this hotel is its location with numerous existing restaurants with a short walk, we encourage you to go out and explore! The apart-hotel offers a luxury and modern private beach and pool within a few minute’s walk away.

QUICK FACTS
Cairo, Luxor & Hurghada, Egypt
Arrive Cairo Airport, Depart Hurghada Airport 
October to May
12 Days, 11 Nights
Group Size: Max. 10
Intermediate and Above
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11 Nights: From £2 293 pp sharing

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SUITABLE RIDING LEVELS
Beginner
Novice
Intermediate
Intermediate Plus
Advanced
WHAT RIDING LEVEL AM I?
TOUR HIGHLIGHTS
  • Ride further afield beyond the tourist hot spots to temples and pyramids deep in the heart of the Egyptian desert
  • Visit the 7th Wonder of the World on horseback and take epic “between the ears” photos
  • Get to know the real Egypt with a private guide showing you all the best sights of the city and beyond.
  • See the Valley of Kings from a unique perspective
  • Swim on horseback in the crystal clear waters at Makadi Bay
DATES & RATES

Some set-departures dates are available and many flexible start dates. The riding season is from October to April – Please enquire for exact dates and availability.

2020 / 2021 Rates:

Full Board 12 days/11 Nights 
£2 293 PP SHARING + transfers

£600 single supplement if not willing to share

Includes

  • All riding activities
  • Non-riding activities listed in the itinerary – Other than museum entries (Approximately GBP60pp)
  • All guiding
  • Accommodation (upgrades available at additional cost)
  • Delicious food (Meals on arrival day and lunch on travel day from Luxor to Cairo no included)
  • Water with all rides and meals

Excludes

  • All alcoholic and soft drinks
  • Entries to some temples and historic sites
  • International flights
  • Flights from Cairo to Luxor
  • Gratuities
  • Travel & Medical Insurance
  • Transfers (approximately GBP120 pp)
WHAT THEY’RE SAYING

My ride in Egypt was absolutely fabulous! I cannot describe in one word. Emma is so cool, we were to awesome places, we did super activities. Emma’s horses are lovely and wonderful, and the team is so kindly. I would definitely recommend going to Egypt! 10 days were too short, I wanted to stay there forever! I would like to thank you for your help, Isabel and Margot It’s my second time with you and not my last!

Elodie FolzenlogelEgypt
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How we care for our horses

Our horseback adventures are hand-picked for their quality and care of their horses. Here’s how the horses in Egypt are kept in tip-top shape for your safaris. Our horses are on top of the hierarchy and receive very special care:
  • Based in Luxor, they are able to grow most of their own horse food, being quinoa, barley and corn.  Quinoa gives is a pure protein so it works the same way as when body-builders have a high protein diet whilst training, great for power and muscle. Corn, known as “fatty power” meaning it’s good for maintaining a healthy weight. Barley locally called Sheerie” is a great all-rounder. All of these local grains are grown and dried on the farm.
  • The stables were purposely built with the horses in mind. They have low walls between each of the horses so they can socialize with each other and large sandy paddocks for grazing and frolicking
  • All tack is purposely bought for each horse, and cleaned and checked daily.
  • All horses are purposely chosen to suit each rider’s preference and riding ability.

Please let us know if you have any more questions around this.

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