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Pyramids of Egypt

The Pyramids of Egypt

The Pyramids of Egypt Adventure Holidays

Nile Cruise

Great Pyramids of Egypt
9 Days from £ 1,499
£ 1,349

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Discover temples and tombs and travel by Nile cruise boat

Culture

Egyptian Family Adventure

The Pyramids of Egypt
9 Days from £ 1,849
£ 1,749

Explore the vibrant culture and ancient history of Egypt

Family

Egypt: Alexandria to Aswan

The Pyramids of Egypt
13 Days from £ 2,199

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Travel Egypt and explore its history, food and landscapes.

Culture
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Jordan to Egypt: Nabateans & Pharaohs

Abu Simbel Temple
14 Days from £ 2,999
£ 2,699

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Visit the classic highlights of Jordan and Egypt: Petra, the Valley of the Kings, the pyramids, Abu Simbel, Wadi Rum and more.

Culture

RCGS: Egypt Nile Cruise with Charlene Bearhead

The Pyramids of Egypt
9 Days from £ 1,699

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

16 November 2024: Discover temples and tombs and travel by Nile cruise boat with Royal Canadian Geographic Society fellow, Charlene Bearhead

Culture

Nile Cruise & Aswan – Premium Adventure

Premium Adventures

The Pyramids of Egypt
9 Days from £ 3,199
£ 2,999

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Discover ancient Egypt in style along the Nile from Luxor to Awan

Culture

Pyramids & Pharaohs in Egypt

The Pyramids of Egypt
9 Days from £ 1,899

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Be transported back in time on an illuminating discovery of Egypt

Culture

A well organised trip that travels through many years of history and very different civilisations.

Geoffrey Norman Jordan to Egypt: Nabateans & Pharaohs

We saw a lot but much of the time it seemed we were being rushed through it all. We’d get a whistle-stop tour and explanation then be told we had half an hour or so to take any photos etc. This was particularly true in the old part of Cairo, which was effectively a 15 minute trot towards the bazaar with me being told to get a move on every time I stopped to take a picture. Even the paid for optional extra trips seemed rushed. I expected to see more of the Citadel than just the mosque, for example. I’ve done a lot of full-on trips recently, and never felt so short of time on them.
In terms of the itinerary I would say that Alexandria is worthy of more than just a morning. The timing of the boat trips in Aswan didn’t work well. We arrived at the island for our ‘evening barbecue’ before 4pm, much too soon after lunch, and were gone again within an hour and back at the hotel just after 5. Edfu temple was incredibly crowded. For some reason every boat disgorges all its passengers for the same 6-7 am timeslot, then rushes on to Esna to sit in a queue for the lock for over an hour ….
All the accommodation (with the exception of the overnight train) was very good, with excellent staff and food.

Patricia Powell Egypt: Alexandria to Aswan

Some wonderful sights and experiences but some parts fell short of my expectations . The hotels and boat were excellent but not the felucca .

Christopher East Egypt: Alexandria to Aswan

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