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Egypt Holidays 2019/20

Egypt is world renowned for its towering pyramids, ancient secrets and hidden tombs. Today, thousands of tourists are still enchanted by the ancient mysteries, crumbling ruins and peeling Hieroglyphics that still adorn the tomb walls. even if you are not a history buff you can still enjoy the luxurious hotels, wind-whipped sand dunes, bustling souks and hot springs.

Egyptian Tombs

For a historical visit to Egypt, you can't miss the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, where Tutankhamun’s tomb was found. Then visit the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, take a cruise on the Nile to visit Dendara, Edfu or one of the other waterside temples, discover Ramses II’s masterpiece at Abu Simbel, or face the blistering desert to find the ruins of Roman trading outposts.

Egyptian Beaches & Experiences

With coral reefs teeming with fish and beautiful beaches, you can explore Egypt underwater as much as you can on land. Why not take a dune buggy ride over the sand dunes, take a diving course to one of the world's best diving spots or take a dip in a stunning hot spring in the Siwa Oasis.


Whether you are looking to embark on a cruise down the Nile, a dip in the red sea or a visit to the Egyptian Museum in Cair, we can assist you, simply call us on 0800 707 6229. 

Visas: Required for most nationalities. Single-entry, 30-day tourist visas cost US$25.

Currency: Egyptian pound

CMV Grand Africa & Indian Ocean Voyage
Escape the cold European winter this season and head to the ultimate travel adventure, a breathtaking cruise visiting South Africa, Namibia, Tanzania and Kenya where you will be able to discover their abundant wildlife, rich culture and desert wilderness. Continue to the Indian Ocen's iconic paradise islands of the Maldives, Seychelles and Mauritius, where you can enjoy peaceful days relaxing on their white sand beaches.
from £5999 (per person)
Titan Travel Egypt's Timeless Riches
This 7-night cruise takes its cue from these holidays of yesteryear, presenting the wonders of Egypt - its monumental temples and tombs, its bustling cities and a captivating riverside way of life little changed in centuries - and countless opportunities to unwind as this spectacular ship makes its leisurely way from Luxor to Aswan and back.
from £1349 (per person)
Robinson Club Soma Bay
Ponant Ancient Greece & Egypt
from £3685 (per person)
Collette Treasures of Egypt
The mysteries and treasures of Egypt unfold before you on your journey along the intriguing Nile River. Begin by spending time at the awe-inspiring Pyramids of Giza – one of the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World. Stand in awe at the iconic Great Sphinx. Travel to ancient Memphis, with its nearly 40-foot statue of Ramses II, and Sakkara. Embark on a leisurely paced 4-night cruise on the Nile, the world’s longest river.
from £1954 (per person)
Cox and Kings Egyptian Grand Tour
This journey recalls the golden age of the Grand Tour, when travellers would explore the world’s most fascinating places in style. Staying in some of the country’s finest accommodation, this comprehensive tour visits Lower Egypt, Upper Egypt and Lower Nubia, and is ideal for those wishing to see Egypt’s greatest sites in comfort.
Abercrombie & Kent Egypt & the Nile
Experience Egypt's magnificent cultural and historical legacy, cruise the magnificent Nile river and discover the vibrant capital of Cairo. Visit the legendary Valley of Kings in Luxor and explore the Pyramids in Giza, the only survivor of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Ride like a local on the back of a camel and sail the Nile in an authentic Egyptian boat known as felucca.
from £4675 (per person)
Abercrombie and Kent Classic Egypt
Explore the wonders of Ancient Egypt as you marvel at pyramids, discover temples, stroll through medieval streets, bustle in bazaars and cruise down the majestic River Nile. Your own private Egyptologist will be on hand to unravel all the mysteries of classical Egypt as you follow in archaeologist Howard Carter’s footsteps and peek inside Tutankhamun's final resting place in the Valley of the Kings.