Egypt Holidays (8N/9D)

Egypt Holidays (8N/9D)

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     Package Inclusions:

  • Daily breakfast
  • 02 nights accommodation in Cairo on bed and breakfast basis (standard room).
  • 01 night sleeper train Cairo/Aswan on half board basis.
  • 02 nights accommodation in Sharm El Sheikh on bed and breakfast basis (at Marriott Sharm Hotel, Tropicana Tivoli Hotel), on all inclusive basis (at Sol Y Mar Sharming Inn Hotel) (standard room)
  • 03 nights accommodation on board of Nile cruise on full board basis (standard cabin)
  • Sightseeing tours as mentioned in the program including transportation by our deluxe coach, entrance fees and qualified English-speaking guide.
  • Transfer by A/C deluxe coach Sharm El Sheikh/Cairo on private basis.
  • All Transfers in Cairo, Luxor, Aswan (apt /hotel-cruise and v.v)

   Package Exclusions:

  • Entry visa of Egypt
  • Any Airfare
  • Lunch during the sightseeing tour in Cairo.
  • Entrance inside the Pyramids and visit of the Solar Boat in the Pyramids area.
  • Entrance of the Mummies room at the Egyptian Museum.
  • Beverage during meals.
  • Walk Talky at Egyptian museum US$ 2 P.P obligatory ( starting from 5 pax)
  • Tips (not obligatory, but highly expected).
  • Applicable Peak Season, Christmas, New year surcharges
  • Items of Personal Nature
  • Travel Insurance
  • Service tax extra @ 3.09% is
  • Anything not mentioned above




Egypt:Egypt is a destination with two definite sides to it. Most people will think of the iconic pyramids and ancient temples in and around Luxor, as well as the infamous River Nile. More recently, Egypt has really come into its own as a top beach destination - at an affordable price. Great value Egypt holidays are available all year round at Thomas Cook, so you’re not limited to the summer season. In fact, many travellers find the winter months preferable, when the sunshine isn’t quite so blazing – particularly when sightseeing.


Most visited places in Egypt:

Siwa Oasis:

                                 Located in the Libyan Desert, Siwa Oasis is one of Egypt’s isolated settlements, with 23,000 people, mostly ethnic Berbers. Located on an old date trade route, Siwa was an oasis vital to the trade route, as the natural springs and shade giving palm trees gave travelers respite from the desert. With the collapse of the Roman Empire, Siwa began its decline. In recent decades tourism has become a vital source of income. Much attention has been given to creating hotels that use local materials and play on local styles


Abu Simbel:

                             Abu Simbel is an archaeological site comprising two massive rock-cut temples in southern Egypt on the western bank of Lake Nasser. The twin temples were originally carved out of the mountainside during the reign of Pharaoh Ramesses The Great in the 13th century BC, as a lasting monument to himself and his queen Nefertari. The complex was relocated in its entirety in the 1960s, when the temples were threatened by submersion in Lake Nasser, due to the construction of the Aswan High Dam. Abu Simbel remains one of Egypt’s top tourist attractions


 The Nile:

                            The best way to explore one of the world’s most famous rivers is by a cruise lasting for more than a few days. The Nile is filled with interesting flora and fauna and the trip will give you an interesting insight into the rural parts of Egypt. You’ll also get to stop at plenty of famous temples and other ancient sites of interest. Although if boats are really not your thing head for the banks of Aswan to watch sunset at one of most beautiful stretches of the Nile.


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