Grand Classical Tour 14 Nights

Price from £829

Our Grand tour starts with 3 nights in Cairo with visits to the Pyramids Sphinx and Egyptian Museum among others. Then we head to Luxor to start a 7 night Nile Cruise exploring the tombs and temples of Upper Egypt on one of our boats. Then we head back to Luxor for four relaxing days to unwind.

This tour is accompanied by a experienced English speaking Egyptologists this popular tour covers all the major tourist sites in ancient Egypt making for a memorable holiday.

Includes:

7 Night Nile Cruise on full board basis including sightseeing.
3 Nights Cairo on bed and breakfast basis including sightseeing.
4 Nights Luxor on bed and breakfast basis.

Description

7 Night Nile Cruise on full board basis including sightseeing of:

  • karnak and Luxor temples
  • Valley of the Kings
  • Queen Hatshepsut temples
  • Philae Temple and felucca cruise
  • Abu Simbel optional

3 Nights Cairo on bed and breakfast basis including sightseeing of

  • Pyramids and Sphinx
  • Egyptian Musuem

4 Nights Luxor on bed and breakfast basis

What you Get

  • UK flights (Departures from the UK are every Saturday, Monday and Wednesday)
  • All Current UK departure taxes
  • All transfers in Egypt
  • 7 Night Nile Cruise on full board basis
  • Meals: 7 Breakfasts, 6 lunches, 7 Dinners
  • Full excursion program as per individual boat itinerary (Click Here to see a typical itinerary)
  • Optional extra excursions available at a supliment
  • Porterage at Cruise boat
  • 3 Nights Cairo on bed and breakfast basis
  • 2 Full days sightseeing with entrances as per itinerary
  • Domestic flights Luxor-Cairo-Luxor
  • 4 Nights Luxor on bed and breakfast basis
  • Service of our local representatives at all times

Prices are per person based on two people sharing a lower deck cabin on one of our Nile cruise boats and on a twin room basis at the hotels.

Please Note: The order or content of your itinerary may have to be amended due to lock closures, low water levels or any other unforeseeable circumstances.

Ocasionally, due to operational difficulties a change of vessel can occur. However, the sightseeing itinerary will remain the same. At busy mooring points in Luxor and Aswan, boats often moor next to each other, this effects will restrict the views from cabins on board.