Egypt and The Nile

Nile River

from $2,200 Per Person

Starting: 01/05/2014

Through: 12/28/2014

# of Nights: 7

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Night Destination
1 Sunday - Cairo
2 Monday: Cairo - Luxor / Nile Cruise
3 Tuesday: Luxor - Esna
4 Wednesday: Edfu - Kom Ombo
5 Thursday: Aswan
6 Friday: Aswan - Cairo
7 Saturday: Cairo

Luxor,Edfu,Aswan,Cairo

Tour Departs on: Sundays
Tour Includes: 

  • Deluxe Hotel in Cairo
  • Deluxe Nile Cruise
  • Escorted by Egyptologist-Guide
  • 16 Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast. 1 Lunch Cairo, all meals on Cruise
  • All Shore Excursions, Transfers, Sightseeing and Flights within Egypt

Special Features:

  • Entrance to one of the Great Pyramids
  • Visit the Mummy Room
  • See King Tut’s Treasures
  • Camel Ride
  • *Optional Excursion to Abu Simbel

 

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Super Deluxe Hotel & Nile Cruise:
City/Cruise Nights Accommodation
Cairo 1 Fairmont Nile City - Nile View Room
Cruise 4 Sonesta St. George
Cairo 2 Fairmont Nile City - Nile View Room
(B) Breakfast (L) Lunch (D) Dinner

Luxor,Edfu,Aswan,Cairo

Tour Departs on: Sundays
Tour Includes: 

  • Deluxe Hotel in Cairo
  • Deluxe Nile Cruise
  • Escorted by Egyptologist-Guide
  • 16 Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast. 1 Lunch Cairo, all meals on Cruise
  • All Shore Excursions, Transfers, Sightseeing and Flights within Egypt

Special Features:

  • Entrance to one of the Great Pyramids
  • Visit the Mummy Room
  • See King Tut’s Treasures
  • Camel Ride
  • *Optional Excursion to Abu Simbel

 

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Night Destination Experience
1 Sunday - Cairo

Arrive at Cairo Airport. Meeting and transfer to your hotel. Remainder of the day at leisure. Evening: Optional Sound & Light show at the Pyramids (please reserve at time of booking).

2 Monday: Cairo - Luxor / Nile Cruise

Early morning flight to Luxor.  Upon arrival, transfer to your Nile Cruiser for a 5 Day/4 Night Cruise.  After lunch, visit the Avenue of the Sphinxes and the imposing Temple of Luxor with its grand colonnades, standing alone in the heart of town. Continue to the vast Karnak Temple-Complex, built by generations of Pharaohs over a 2000-year period. Overnight in Luxor (B.L.D)

3 Tuesday: Luxor - Esna

After breakfast, visit the Valley of the Kings containing the secretive tombs of New Kingdom Pharaohs.  Visit the beautifully terraced Temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir el Bahari.   Pass the famed Colossi of Memnon, standing nearly 70 feet tall. The ship then sails to Esna. After lunch on board, the afternoon is at leisure.  Evening: Captain’s welcome cocktail reception followed by Dinner and dancing. Overnight in Esna (B.L.D)

4 Wednesday: Edfu - Kom Ombo

Early morning sailing to Edfu. Visit the Temple of Horus, the best preserved of all  large Egyptian Temples, built over 180 year period.  In the afternoon arrive in Kom Ombo, a hill town overlooking the banks of the Nile.  Visit the Greco-Roman Temple of Kom Ombo, dedicated to Horus, the Sun God and Sobek, the Crocodile God. Evening: Egyptian Galabiya party.  Overnight in Kom Ombo. (B.L.D)

5 Thursday: Aswan

Morning sailing to Aswan. Visit the Aswan High Dam and unfinished Obelisk of Queen Hatshepsut in the granite quarries where the stone for the ancient monuments and modern dam of Aswan were cut.  Continue by motorboat to the beautiful island of Philae to see the exquisite, gleaming white Temple of Isis.  After lunch, sail on a typical Egyptian ‘felucca’ (sailboat) which glides along the Nile, passing by Lord Kitchener’s Island and the dramatic white marble Aga Khan Mausoleum.  Evening: Belly dancer and Egyptian folkloric show. Overnight in Aswan. (B.L.D)

6 Friday: Aswan - Cairo

After disembarkation, transfer to the airport for your return flight to Cairo. Meet and transfer to your hotel. Balance of the day at leisure. (B) Or, join the optional tour to Abu Simbel: *Optional tour to Abu Simbel escorted by Exclusive IsramWorld guide & services: Fly from Aswan to the mighty Sun Temple of Abu Simbel.  The temple was reclaimed from the dam and reconstructed in its present and unforgettable location. Return flight to Cairo where you will be met and transferred to your hotel. $445 per person (min 2 persons); $590 singles traveling alone.

7 Saturday: Cairo

The day begins with a visit to the world-famous Egyptian Museum with its 100,000 objects covering 5000 years of ancient Egyptian civilization; view Tutankhamun’s treasures and the fascinating Mummy Room.  Drive to Giza; after lunch, see the Three Great Pyramids, the oldest surviving structures built by man; enter one of the Pyramids.  Visit the astonishing Solar Boat Museum, housing the oldest known ship in the world, uncovered after being buried for over 4500 years.  Stand in awe at the magnificent Sphinx carved out of a single piece of stone, guarding the Giza plateau.  Try a camel ride before continuing to the unique Karnak store; refreshments await you – the gems will dazzle you! Overnight in Cairo. (B.L)

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Sunday Arrivals - 2014 Twin Single 3rd Bed (12 Yrs.+)
LAND & CRUISE PRICES PERPERSON* - (Includes Intra-Egypt Domestic Flights)
Jan 5 thru Apr 6 $2660 $3575 $2325
Apr 13 thru Apr 20 $3200 $4390 $2645
Apr 27 thru Jun 29 $2195 $2835 $2010
Jul 6 thru Sep 21 $2200 $2870 $2035
Sep 28 thru Oct 26 $2455 $3260 $2165
Nov 2 thru Dec 14 $2700 $3650 $2325
Dec 21 thru Dec 28 $3200 $4390 $2645
Nile Cruise embarks in Luxor – Monday Sailings on the Sonesta St. George Nile Cruise.
*Optional tour to Abu Simbel escorted by Exclusive IsramWorld guide & services: Fly from Aswan to the mighty Sun Temple of Abu Simbel. The temple was reclaimed from the dam and reconstructed in its present and unforgettable location. Return flight to Cairo where you will be met and transferred to your hotel. $445 per person (min 2 persons); $590 singles traveling alone.
Visa for Egypt is required and can be individually obtained upon arrival at Cairo Airport at a cost of $15 (US and Canadian Passports). Other nationalities please check with the Egyptian Consulate.
ISRAMWORLD Egyptologist Tour Manager throughout with minimum 4 participants. With fewer than 4 - tours locally hosted in Cairo by ISRAMWORLD Guides and on Nile Cruises by local guides.