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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 $ 2,079

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Discover temples and tombs and travel by Nile cruise boat

Culture

Egypt: Alexandria to Aswan

The Pyramids of Egypt
13 Days from $ 3,049

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Travel Egypt and explore its history, food and landscapes.

Culture
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Nile Cruise & Aswan – Premium Adventure

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Pyramids
9 Days from $ 3,449

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

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

Culture

Edits: Pyramids & Pharaohs in Egypt

Exodus Edits: Tours for 30s & 40s

The Pyramids of Egypt
9 Days from $ 2,399

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Be transported back in time on an illuminating discovery of Egypt.

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Egyptian Family Adventure

The Pyramids
9 Days from $ 2,249

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Explore the vibrant culture and ancient history of Egypt.

Family

Egyptian Family Adventure

The Pyramids
9 Days from $ 1,949

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Explore the vibrant culture and ancient history of Egypt.

Family

This was an excellent trip in April 2022 – great itinerary, so much culture, fantastic guide (Tarek) and such delicious food on the Nile boat. I loved every minute of it, and so glad I went. Particular highlights for me were the temples at Karnack, Valley of the Kings, the food on the Nile boat and the yellowness of the sandstorm that engulfed us on our way back from Abu Simbel! It is however, not a trip for the faint-hearted. There are LOTS of early starts. Almost every day was a start before 7am and on a couple of days, it was up at 3am. There is LOTS of walking, I think I did about 27 miles in the 9 days – to/from temples, round museums, in/out of airports, to/from local markets etc. Personally, I am not sure I would label this as ‘leisurely’ – yes, there were no hills to climb, but it was often uneven, sandy ground we walking on and when I went, Egypt was also going through a heatwave, so it was 43 or 44 degrees every day. I ignored some of the optional extras so I could have some down time on the boat. I would also add that in additional to the ‘essentials’ listed on the what to take, you also need: sunhat, scarf to cover your shoulders and women need to wear a long skirt for the day they are going into the mosque in Cairo. Refillable water bottle and light/comfortable walking shoes – very essential! Also, take US dollars as your main currency (small denominations and not ripped notes). You will need some Egyptian pounds for some of the attractions, but everywhere they just want hard currency – even at the local markets. Final word of advice – don’t bother with the extra walk INSIDE the pyramid in Cairo. It is near vertical, baking hot and nothing to see at the end of it. My legs were wobbly for hours afterwards. Overall, this was a totally amazing trip though and hope you enjoy it.

Suzanne Heath Nile Cruise & Aswan – Premium Adventure

We really enjoyed this trip which took in the highlights, culture, sights, history and more. The Excellent, tour guide made the brilliant trip itinerary come alive. He really knew his stuff and went the extra mile to make sure the adults and kids were totally taken care of, entertained and all administration was seamless. He helped the group of 15 to bond allowing the parents some relaxation as the kids got to know each other. Great memories and looking forward to our next Exodus trip!

Jason Parnwell Egyptian Family Adventure

What an amazing place! Every excursion was amazing. The iconic views and the history. The guide was lovely and very helpful. The accommodation looked very nice and service was great but the hotels need some work done (in the hotel in Aswan i was locked in my bathroom for over 30 minutes before they were able to get me out). Food in all accommodation was limited especially for vegetarians IF anything is provided at all. Even food that is described as vegetarian contained meat and the staff would lie to your face even when you are pointing at the chicken chunks floating in the soup they will insist its just vegetables. Every day was a struggle to get vegetarian food. It always seemed to contain chicken or ham. So i was having the same conversation every day. And it was just me. There were 4 vegetarians in the group and we all had to the same problem. Even on the flight home. Unlike other Exodus trips i have been on we were left to our own devices for the evening meals. I still don’t feel that i experienced Egyptian food. The cruise was everything you’d imagine it to be. The scenery is amazing, the colours so vivid. The entertainment on the boat was a bit hit or miss but again the staff were falling over themselves to help you. Despite the issues with food at meal times i would highly recommend this trip. The guide was very knowledgeable and the scenery and history mind blowing.

Melanie Zacheis Nile Cruise

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