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Travel Style: You will have solid amounts of both free time and structured time with some activities and meals included. Mixed
Physical Level: Regular walking or cycling over moderately long, hilly, or bumpy distances. Some public transport or utility vehicles such as safari jeeps. Moderate
Lodging Level: Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels. Value - 3 star
9 days
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Overview

Highlights

  • Ancient temples and tombs
  • Nile Cruise boat and luxury hotels
  • The Great Pyramids
  • Treasures of King Tut
  • Valley of the Kings

Short Description

Egypt has an enthralling history and a wealth of well-preserved monuments and treasures. This trip allows you to visit all the major sites and attractions along the Nile in a comfortable fashion. Boarding our cruise boat at Luxor we travel upstream, watching local life pass by, whilst also visiting the spectacular Edfu and Kom Ombo temples along the way. The lush green banks and the beautiful sunsets over the Nile, together with the excellent on-board facilities make this an unforgettable way to travel.Discover ancient temples and tombs and travel by Nile cruise boat

Small groups are usually defined as between 10 and 24 travelers, often less. If you're the kind of person who enjoys more intimate experiences and personal service this is a good choice. All else being equal you will pay a premium for this style vs a larger group tour.
Trip Type Small Group Tour
See all the highlights and popular spots on a classic tour.
Itinerary Focus Classic Highlights
Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels.
Lodging Level Value - 3 star
Flights & Transport N/A
Start City Cairo
End City Aswan

Travel Theme

Cultural

Destinations

Egypt

Cities & Attractions

Abu Simbel Aswan Cairo

Activities

Culture History

Age Requirement

16

No Single Supplement
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Trip Includes

  • All breakfasts, 4 lunches, 4 dinners
  • All accommodation (see accommodation section)
  • All transport and listed activities
  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)

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Itinerary

Flight Inclusive

Day 1 Fly to Cairo.

Fly to Cairo. *Accommodation:* Pyramids Park Resort Hotel or similar

Day 2 Visit Egyptian Museum, El Azhar Mosque and Cairo's lively bazaar; afternoon visit spectacular pyramids at Giza.

Visit to Egyptian Museum, Al Azhar mosque and lively Bazaar. We begin with a visit to the incredible Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, which contains relics dating back to 4000 BC, including the fantastic riches of Tutankhamun's tomb. Here is a unique opportunity to survey the many fabulous treasures of Egypt in one place and to set the scene for the rest of the tour. Following our visit to this amazing museum we experience modern day Cairo with a visit to Al Azhar mosque, Cairo's oldest mosque and university, and the small alleyways and streets that make up Cairo's popular bazaar. Dating back to AD970, Al Azhar mosque is a busy and popular mosque today, frequently visited by locals and thus well worth a visit. We will need to cover up (long sleeves and trousers) as when entering all mosques. Women will also need to cover their hair with a scarf. In the afternoon we visit the Pyramids at Giza. Home to the Great Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren and Mycerinus and the timeless and enigmatic Sphinx, these great monuments to the afterlife defy the imagination. Only the throng of sightseers, Egyptian and foreign, milling around their huge foundations, keep the viewer in the 21st century. *Accommodation:* Pyramids Park Resort Hotel or similar

Day 3 Fly to Luxor; visit to Karnak and Luxor temples; free time.

We typically transfer to Cairo airport before sunrise for our flight to Luxor (flight times can vary). On arrival in Luxor we visit Luxor Temple and the huge Karnak Temple complex on the east bank of the Nile. Built over 1500 years, Karnak is a confusion of pylons, courtyards, halls and sanctuaries. Its Hypostyle hall has 134 columns 23 metres high and 15 metres in diameter! Both temples are incredibly impressive. We arrive at our cruise boat in time for lunch on board before having free time in the afternoon to relax or explore Luxor. *Accommodation: *M/S Mirage or similar

Day 4-5 Valley of the Kings; two days on the Nile with visits to Edfu and Kom Ombo en route.

We begin Day 4 with a visit to the Valley of the Kings on the west bank of the Nile, which contains the once hidden tombs of over 62 Pharaohs, including Tutankhamun, Seti I, Ramses III and IV. A discreet entrance in the hillside takes the visitor underground; a series of corridors and ante-chambers leads us down to the burial chamber and sarcophagus. The walls are covered in brightly painted images and hieroglyphs - a map of the afterlife to ensure the king's safe passage. One ticket allows us to see three tombs. The ticket usually allows entry into what are regarded as the most impressive tombs, but if you have time a visit to the tomb of Ramses VI is also highly recommended. Visits to tombs are now strictly controlled to halt further deterioration of wall paintings - each tomb is periodically closed for a number of weeks. On return to our cruise boat we begin our voyage along the Nile, travelling upstream from Luxor to Aswan. Exact sailing and excursion times cannot be guaranteed for each individual trip but we will visit the temples of Edfu, famous for its roofed inner temples and huge Pylon, and Kom Ombo. The cruise boat has good facilities: a sundeck with sun loungers, bar and small pool, restaurant, gift shop and library - these can all be taken advantage of when the cruise boat is docked or during sailing. The sunsets over the Nile are truly stunning and travelling from Luxor to Aswan, enjoying the beauty of the lush verdant landscape make this journey special. *Accommodation: *M/S Mirage or similar

Day 6 A traditional felucca ride on the Nile; free afternoon or optional visit to Aswan High Dam and unfinished obelisk.

This morning we are travelling the Nile in a different, exciting way: by felucca, the traditional Egyptian sailing boat. Using the felucca, we can truly savour the tranquillity of the Nile and the beauty of the surrounding landscape, where the vast desert almost reaches the water's edge. (The sailing by felucca timing might be changed according to weather conditions). In the afternoon there is the option to visit the Nubian Museum, situated opposite the hotel. Opened in April 1998, the museum chronologically charts the history and culture of the Nubian people. Alternatively, we can arrange an optional visit to Philae Temple. In the 1970s it has been relocated by UNESCO to Aglika Island after it became evident that the original site of Philae would submerge on completion of the Aswan High Dam. It represents a magnificent and enduring testament to both ancient and modern engineering. During this excursion we will also visit Aswan High Dam and Cleopatra's unfinished obelisk. *Accommodation: *M/S Mirage or similar

Day 7 Optional visit to Abu Simbel.

Today there's the option of a visit to Abu Simbel, 300 km. to the south through the Nubian Desert. The optional bus tour starts at 3.30/4 in the morning when we get picked up from the boat. A breakfast box is provided. Around 8 am we will arrive at the destination, where we are given approx 3 hours to visit the temples. Built by Ramses II the two temples are certainly some of the most spectacular in Egypt. Originally on the banks of the Nile, the temples were raised to a new site above the lake in the late 1960s, as the waters from the new Lake Nasser rose behind the Aswan High Dam. The four great seated statues of Ramses II stare east towards the rising sun. We will be back in Aswan around 3 pm. Our luggage will be moved to the hotel, where we will overnight for the next 2 days. *Accommodation: *Movenpick Resort Aswan or similar

Day 8 Aswan; St. Simone Monastery optional tour, bazaar and corniche.

Today it's our last day in Aswan. A visit to St. Simone Monastery would be one of the available optional tours or we can spend our day discovering the bazaar (market) and corniche in Aswan. Shopping of home-made products can be done at the market, a great opportunity to have a taste of the local culture. Aswan is a laid-back, sleepy town that reflects the character of its largely Nubian inhabitants, known for being friendly and hospitable. Enjoying its atmosphere is a highlight for many on this trip. *Accommodation: *Movenpick Resort Aswan or similar

Day 9 Fly to London via Cairo.

Fly to London. **



Land Only

Day 1 Start Cairo.

Start Cairo. *Accommodation:* Pyramids Park Resort Hotel or similar

Day 2 Visit Egyptian Museum, El Azhar Mosque and Cairo's lively bazaar; afternoon visit spectacular pyramids at Giza.

Visit to Egyptian Museum, Al Azhar mosque and lively Bazaar. We begin with a visit to the incredible Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, which contains relics dating back to 4000 BC, including the fantastic riches of Tutankhamun's tomb. Here is a unique opportunity to survey the many fabulous treasures of Egypt in one place and to set the scene for the rest of the tour. Following our visit to this amazing museum we experience modern day Cairo with a visit to Al Azhar mosque, Cairo's oldest mosque and university, and the small alleyways and streets that make up Cairo's popular bazaar. Dating back to AD970, Al Azhar mosque is a busy and popular mosque today, frequently visited by locals and thus well worth a visit. We will need to cover up (long sleeves and trousers) as when entering all mosques. Women will also need to cover their hair with a scarf. In the afternoon we visit the Pyramids at Giza. Home to the Great Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren and Mycerinus and the timeless and enigmatic Sphinx, these great monuments to the afterlife defy the imagination. Only the throng of sightseers, Egyptian and foreign, milling around their huge foundations, keep the viewer in the 21st century. *Accommodation:* Pyramids Park Resort Hotel or similar

Day 3 Fly to Luxor; visit to Karnak and Luxor temples; free time.

We typically transfer to Cairo airport before sunrise for our flight to Luxor (flight times can vary). On arrival in Luxor we visit Luxor Temple and the huge Karnak Temple complex on the east bank of the Nile. Built over 1500 years, Karnak is a confusion of pylons, courtyards, halls and sanctuaries. Its Hypostyle hall has 134 columns 23 metres high and 15 metres in diameter! Both temples are incredibly impressive. We arrive at our cruise boat in time for lunch on board before having free time in the afternoon to relax or explore Luxor. *Accommodation: *M/S Mirage or similar

Day 4-5 Valley of the Kings; two days on the Nile with visits to Edfu and Kom Ombo en route.

We begin Day 4 with a visit to the Valley of the Kings on the west bank of the Nile, which contains the once hidden tombs of over 62 Pharaohs, including Tutankhamun, Seti I, Ramses III and IV. A discreet entrance in the hillside takes the visitor underground; a series of corridors and ante-chambers leads us down to the burial chamber and sarcophagus. The walls are covered in brightly painted images and hieroglyphs - a map of the afterlife to ensure the king's safe passage. One ticket allows us to see three tombs. The ticket usually allows entry into what are regarded as the most impressive tombs, but if you have time a visit to the tomb of Ramses VI is also highly recommended. Visits to tombs are now strictly controlled to halt further deterioration of wall paintings - each tomb is periodically closed for a number of weeks. On return to our cruise boat we begin our voyage along the Nile, travelling upstream from Luxor to Aswan. Exact sailing and excursion times cannot be guaranteed for each individual trip but we will visit the temples of Edfu, famous for its roofed inner temples and huge Pylon, and Kom Ombo. The cruise boat has good facilities: a sundeck with sun loungers, bar and small pool, restaurant, gift shop and library - these can all be taken advantage of when the cruise boat is docked or during sailing. The sunsets over the Nile are truly stunning and travelling from Luxor to Aswan, enjoying the beauty of the lush verdant landscape make this journey special. *Accommodation: *M/S Mirage or similar

Day 6 A traditional felucca ride on the Nile; free afternoon or optional visit to Aswan High Dam and unfinished obelisk.

This morning we are travelling the Nile in a different, exciting way: by felucca, the traditional Egyptian sailing boat. Using the felucca, we can truly savour the tranquillity of the Nile and the beauty of the surrounding landscape, where the vast desert almost reaches the water's edge. (The sailing by felucca timing might be changed according to weather conditions). In the afternoon there is the option to visit the Nubian Museum, situated opposite the hotel. Opened in April 1998, the museum chronologically charts the history and culture of the Nubian people. Alternatively, we can arrange an optional visit to Philae Temple. In the 1970s it has been relocated by UNESCO to Aglika Island after it became evident that the original site of Philae would submerge on completion of the Aswan High Dam. It represents a magnificent and enduring testament to both ancient and modern engineering. During this excursion we will also visit Aswan High Dam and Cleopatra's unfinished obelisk. *Accommodation: *M/S Mirage or similar

Day 7 Optional visit to Abu Simbel.

Today there's the option of a visit to Abu Simbel, 300 km. to the south through the Nubian Desert. The optional bus tour starts at 3.30/4 in the morning when we get picked up from the boat. A breakfast box is provided. Around 8 am we will arrive at the destination, where we are given approx 3 hours to visit the temples. Built by Ramses II the two temples are certainly some of the most spectacular in Egypt. Originally on the banks of the Nile, the temples were raised to a new site above the lake in the late 1960s, as the waters from the new Lake Nasser rose behind the Aswan High Dam. The four great seated statues of Ramses II stare east towards the rising sun. We will be back in Aswan around 3 pm. Our luggage will be moved to the hotel, where we will overnight for the next 2 days. *Accommodation: *Movenpick Resort Aswan or similar

Day 8 Aswan; St. Simone Monastery optional tour, bazaar and corniche.

Today it's our last day in Aswan. A visit to St. Simone Monastery would be one of the available optional tours or we can spend our day discovering the bazaar (market) and corniche in Aswan. Shopping of home-made products can be done at the market, a great opportunity to have a taste of the local culture. Aswan is a laid-back, sleepy town that reflects the character of its largely Nubian inhabitants, known for being friendly and hospitable. Enjoying its atmosphere is a highlight for many on this trip. *Accommodation: *Movenpick Resort Aswan or similar

Day 9 End Aswan.

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Sorry, I meant to add that Exodus should perhaps delete the reference to the
"library" on the cruise from the Trip Notes. The library consisted of 16
dog-eared books left behind by previous travellers. Only one was in English.
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History in the Heat

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I've always been interested in Egyptian history and when friends suggested
joining this holiday I booked straight away. And it didn't disappoint. Seeing
& being able to touch stones & hieroglyphics that were put there thousands of
years old was magical. Watching the scenery change as we cruised south on the
Nile was also really good.
Overall the tour was seamlessly organised and managed by our excellent guide,
Sayed Mansour, who always made sure everyone was clear on timings and
locations. He has an encycolopedic knowledge of both the country's history
and also its modern day affairs.
On the negative side, this trip is described as 'leisurely' which our group
would dispute: we had 3 ultra-early wake up calls (2am & 3am twice) to catch
planes and for the 300km coach drive to Abu Simbel. And there were early
starts all other mornings too to beat the heat. This & the temps made it very
sapping. The temps were much hotter (in mid to high 40sC) than usual as Egypt
was having a heatwave, so drinking lots & loose clothing were musts. Thank
goodness for air con on the coach & in our rooms!
Riding an Arabian stallion round the Pyramids with hardly anyone about. This
was something I arranged privately because on Day 1 I opted out of the tour
to visit an equine charity I support which helps the working horses in Giza


See above. Sayed Mansour was an excellent guide


Take £ notes as you can pay for the entry visa & all the extra trips with
these (or dollars or local notes) & just change a small amount of Egyptian
pounds
A hat or scarf is a must. And don't wear hot pants-type shorts as your legs
will burn & it offends the locals.
Be prepared for the traders to hassle you endlessly, which can be
intimidating


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This was a wonderful trip - I enjoyed it enormously.
Visit to the temples at Karnak & Luxor


Khaled Lotfy was an excellent & inspirational group leader. He shepherded us
around keeping a close eye on all our needs. His knowledge of the history &
archaeology of Egypt was impressive. I feel enriched having spent a week in
Egypt in his company.


Be prepared for lots of early mornings!


I thought the evening's entertainment on the boat was questionable. Whirling
dervish as circus act?!


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I do not have a very long 'bucket list', in fact Egypt is the only
destination on it and this holiday did not disappoint. From the flight to
Cairo to the flight home everything went without a hitch. The hotels and Nile
Cruiser were very good and Sayed our Tour Leader was excellent. Thank you
Exodus.
The Nile Cruise was so relaxing. Being able to take time to look at the
scenery and enjoy the life on the river banks as we gently moved up the Nile
was magical.

Abu Simbel cannot be described in words as there are none that will do it
justice, truly awe inspiring.

The Valley of The Kings was a surprise as it was much more compact than I had
thought it would be and therefore much more impressive as there were so many
tombs so close together.


Sayed Mansour our group leader was excellent. He calmly and quietly organised
the week so that we had no worries and were able to concentrate on the trips.
His knowledge, stamina, humour and versatility were outstanding. He was
friendly but not overly so and always made sure that individual needs were
catered for.


Our trip was in the Egyptian winter and we did need a warm jacket and
waterproof - yes it did rain in Aswan.
You do not need a great deal of sending money as buying things is very
reasonable.
Once outside Cairo finding an ATM became a bit more difficult, mainly because
of the itinerary. Change some of your money at the airport.
Getting the visa at the airport was trouble free but there were queues.
Lots of bottled water is provided by Exodus.


Our group was not very happy with the captive crocodiles in the Nubian
Village. We could have missed out visiting the house where they were kept for
tourists and spent more time in the village itself.


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Nile Cruise and Pyramids

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This was a wonderful trip. It was very exciting to get our first glimpse of
the Pyramids which were only a short ride from the airport. There was a few
early morning starts which you should be prepared for and lots of optional
tours so make sure you have budgeted extra for these. As you have to pay at
the local toilets it would be handy to have some small change with you (which
isn't easy to get) otherwise you will have some very expensive pees :-) I
felt very secure the whole time we were there. There is security at all the
hotels and museums.
Seeing the pyramids for the first time was amazing. It was a good time to go
as tourism is only just getting busy again and when we went to the pyramids
we were able to get photos without hundreds of people being in the
background.


Our guide Randa was wonderful. She was very passionate about everything and
made the time to answer all questions.


Take/obtain small change. You can use US dollars. Be prepared for early
morning starts. Be nice to the traders. You do not have to buy from them
but be polite.


Even though this is a cruise clothing is very casual. When visiting the
mosque on the second day make sure you have long trousers and a scarf to
cover you head, otherwise there are no clothes restrictions but dress
sensibly.


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Egypt - Truly a Wonder of the Wordl

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I have always dreamt of visiting Egypt and seeing for my self the many
ancient wonders going back to the dawn of history. This trip was a dream come
true. Having been back a few days I find it hard to believe I have seen and
learnt much about so many awe-inspiring ancient monuments, the life of the
Pharoahs, and experienced this wonderful diverse country with its friendly
welcoming population.
Yes there were many traders selling their wares at most places we visited,
but this did not detract from the beauty and the history. Most were very
polite and, bearing in mind the average salary is only 7000 Egyptian pounds
per month (a little under £300 at the current exchange rate of 23.6) who can
blame them for trying to extract the tourist dollar the economy depends so
much on. They have some wonderful souvenirs at mainly very cheap prices too.
This trip packed in so much - it is not for the infirm or feint hearted -
although there is plenty of opportunity to opt out and rest if required.
Personally I felt obliged to make the most of the trip and see and learn as
much as possible. The Cruise upon our boat Mirage I was sublime with stunning
sunsets and amazing views as we chugged up the great Nile to Aswan. The crew
were friendly and helpful and a good variety of delicious freshly cooked food
- and plenty of it.
Overall a dream come true and an amazing experience shared with a great bunch
of people on this trip!
The highlight of the trip was the recently reopened Seti I tomb in the valley
of the kings - the brightly painted burial chamber being simply breath taking
- WELL worth paying the extra 1000 Egyptian pounds for entry. In fact I did
not regret any of the optional extras I paid for on this trip.


The other highlight was our SUPERB ever-smiling tour leader Ronda who worked
tirelessly to keep us to schedule, sort out everyone's problems (including
arranging for clothes and medication to be provided when my bag failed to
reach the Cairo on the way out), and endless information on all that we saw -
putting it into context and showing her very great knowledge and passion for
her country and her former profession as an archaeologist. I cannot thank her
enough for being such a fantastic guide!


My advice to others taking this trip would be to:
Make the most of every opportunity to see the wonderful sights!
Ensure you have essentials and spare clothes in your hand luggage just in
case you bag takes a different route!
Try early on to get small bill Egyptian dollars for things like toilet tips
water etc - a small tip can make a big difference to lives of people there.
Cash points are never far away and easy to use but will give big denomination
bills unless ask for creative amounts (180 will get you a 100, 50, 20, 10 or
3 x 10)
Drink plenty of water - it is easy to forget and be carried away with the
sights and get dehydrated.
Get at least a litre or two on board every day!
Sun screen and hats to avoid getting burnt and sunstroke.
Take spare camera batteries or if using a phone for pictures charging sticks
- dont let lack of juice stop you capturing those memories!


Thank you Exodus for a great experience and for all your back up when things
went wrong with baggage - airline fail not the tour company. Couldnt have
been more helpful to try and find the bag and assist with getting esentials.
(bag finally found on on way back as I write.


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Details

Group Size:

Small Group - 24 max

Maximum Number of People in Group: 20

Accomodations

4 nights on cruise boat, and 4 nights 4 and 5-star hotels Cairo and Luxor luxury hotels are ideally located with en suite rooms and swimming pool
Travel by minibus, cruise boat and plane
No previous experience necessary
Reasonable fitness required

Age Notes

Min. Age: 16

Additional Information:

  • 4 nights on cruise boat and 4 nights 4 and 5-star hotels
  • Travel by minibus, cruise boat and one internal flight
  • Group normally 6 to 20, plus local leader. Min age 16 yrs  

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Meals Included:

Dinner: All breakfasts, 4 lunches and 4 dinners included. In the itinerary we state which meals are included on which day.  We suggest you allow GBP60-90 (approx. . USD100-140) for meals not included. Food in Egypt involves such things as kebabs, chicken, stews, pitta-bread, felafel, beans, aubergine and other vegetables, pickles, salads. Dishes tend to be simple and wholesome and vegetarians can be catered for if they accept that the options may be somewhat limited.

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