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Nile Cruise & Luxor

14 Nights Full Board/Bed and Breakfast from £879 Per Person

Includes Flights, Transfers, 7 nights Nile Cruise on Full Board and Excursions followed by 7 Nights Bed and Breakfast at the 5* Sonesta St George Hotel in Luxor. 

Nile Cruise & Luxor

Follow in the footsteps of the Pharaohs along the banks of the Nile onboard one of our 5* Nile cruise boats and experience Egypt's past and be part of the present on this magnificent river. Our cruise includes twelve escorted excursions with one of our fully qualified English speaking Egyptologists who brings the archaeology to life.

Upon your return to Luxor you can extend your stay in this fascinating city. You may re-explore the temples of Karnak and Luxor at your leisure or visit the Museum of Ancient Art and Museum of Mummification.

We offer a range of excellent 5* hotels such as the Sofitel Winter Palace and the Sonesta St George, and for the ultimate in seclusion and relaxation, the Maritim Jolie Ville is located right on the banks of the majestic Nile, on its own private island and in extensive, lush landscaped gardens.

Nile Cruise & Luxor City Stay

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NILE RIVER CRUISES

NILE CRUISE & LUXOR INCLUDES .....

  • scheduled flights with EgyptAir from London
  • 7 nights Nile cruise on Full Board on the MS Orbital Royal Esadora (Mondays) in a middle/upper deck cabin with 12 excursions escorted by a qualified Egyptologist
  • 7 nights Bed and Breakfast at the Sonesta St George in Luxor 
  • All Transfers
  • All Inclusive option is available on the Nile cruise from £115 per person. 

Prices are based on 2 people sharing a double/twin room. Single room available with a supplement.

OPTIONAL EXCURSIONS IN LUXOR

The small Museum of Ancient Art on the Corniche holds a fine collection of Egyptian sculpture. About 300 items are on display illustrating every period from predynastic to medieval Islam.

The Tombs of the Nobles are located on the West Bank and are well worth a visit. They span a period of nearly 500 years from the mid 18th Dynasty onwards. Nineteen of them are open to the public and are beautifully preserved with stunning colours. 

The Valley of the Workers is also located on the West Bank A visit to the village and tombs in Deir el-Medina gives a fascinating glimpse of the life and the times of the artisans.

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