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Deluxe Egypt Gay Cruise & Tour

9 days Egypt gay tour & Nile River Cruise from/to Cairo, Egypt

November 09 – 17, 2020
Sanctuary Retreats MS Sanctuary Nile Adventurer

Egypt Gay Cruise & Tour The eternally staggering sights of Cairo and Ancient Egypt in top comfort. 4 nights in 5-star hotels, plus 4 nights sailing the Nile aboard the 32-cabin ultra-luxury Sanctuary Nile Adventurer ex Luxor in the cabin of your choice.

This great land’s ancient past lives on in its majestic monuments and relics created by one of the most impressive civilisations history has seen. This rich history has created a tapestry of cultural and archaeological treasures unmatched anywhere – so much so that the country is home to an estimated third of the world’s antiquities. Follow the mighty Nile as it flows through the heart of Egypt on luxurious Sanctuary Nile Adventurer.

This four night luxury Nile gay cruise, beginning in Luxor and ending in Aswan, takes in the highlights of Upper Egypt on board the finest floating boutique hotel.


Egypt Gay Cruise & Tour 2020


Egypt Gay Cruise & Tour Itinerary

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Day 1 - Monday, November 09, 2020
Arrive Cairo, Egypt

Egypt Gay Tour - GizaArrive Cairo International Airport where you will obtain your entry visa (USD25) and will be met outside Customs by a Coda representative who will escort you our hotel.

Mena House Hotel is one of the most unique hotels in Cairo, located just moments away from the wonders of the ancient world offering unmatched views of the Pyramids with its own rich and colorful history.

Check-in at hotel, with remainder of day at leisure.

Hotel: Marriott Mena House Hotel, Giza, Garden Premier Pyramid View Room


Day 2 - Tuesday, November 10, 2020
Memphis, Sakkara, the Great Pyramids & Sphinx

Egypt Gay Tour - MemphisFounded in 3100BCE, Memphis is the legendary city founded by King Menes, who united Upper and Lower Egypt. According to tradition, he first created dikes to protect the area from Nile floods and then started the city's construction — much of what we know of Memphis comes from its" necropolis" (cemetery), texts and papyrus from other parts of Egypt, and the writings of the Greek Historian, Herodotus, who visited the city. Early on, Memphis was probably a fortress from which Menes controlled the land and water routes between Upper Egypt and the Delta. Later, this great city became the administrative and religious center of Egypt, was home to a cosmopolitan community and most likely one of the largest and most important cities in the ancient world.

Across the Great Court of the Pyramid Complex of Zoser in Sakkara, stands the Step Pyramid, the oldest known of Egypt's 107 pyramids – built by Pharaoh Imhotep, one of the world's most famous historical figures. Although the original structure was a burial chamber 28 meters (91.9ft) underground, Imhotep enlarged it several times to eventually reach a six tiered rectangle 60 (196.9ft) meters high, gleaming outside with polished limestone, and, inside, richly decorated with beautiful Egyptian engravings and paintings.

LUNCH will be at the historic Mena House Hotel, located at the base of the Pyramids.

Egypt Pyramids Gay TourEmbark on an unforgettable tour of the Great Pyramids of Giza built for the Pharaoh's Cheops, Chefren and Mycerinus. The only present-day surviving structures of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, they were constructed nearly 4500 years ago with blocks of limestone from the Turah Hills on the outskirts of Cairo. (Alone, The Great Pyramid of Cheops required over 2,300,000 blocks of stone, each weighing about 2.5 tons; at its base, it covers 13 acres of land.) Millions of visitors come each year to ponder the fascinating mystery of their existence and explore the ancient burial chambers within.

Un-earthed from a burial pit at the foot of The Great Pyramid of Egypt was the "Khufu" (King Cheops' ship, crafted: ca. 2500BCE) – an intact, full-sized funerary vessel designed to transport the deceased pharaoh across the heavens. Now on display at the Solar Boat Museum, this ship (measuring 43.6m/143ft long and 5.9m/19.5ft wide), is one of the oldest, largest, and best-preserved vessels from antiquity.

Visit the Valley Temple, housing the mysterious Great Sphinx of Giza, one of the world's largest and oldest statues, yet basic facts about it are still subject to debate, such as when it was built, by whom, and for what purpose. With the body of a lion and the face of a man wearing a royal head cloth, craftsmen may have based the statue on King Khafre, invoking his likeness to guard this enormous funerary complex. Over the ensuing generations, as social mores and religions changed, the Sphinx and its meaning were disregarded, and the statue became covered by the slowly drifting desert sands – after centuries of being "entombed", the entire Sphinx was totally excavated in 1925 to 1936, in digs led by the French archaeologist, Emile Baraize.

(In legend, however, a young prince – ca. 1499BCE – fell asleep in the shadow of the Sphinx, having a dream in which the Sphinx told him that if he cleared the sand away, he would become Pharaoh. After placing a "Dream Stela" – an inscribed column detailing the prophecy – between the Sphinx's paws, the prince did eventually become King Tuthmose IV, the eighth pharaoh of Egypt.)

This evening we gather for a Welcome cocktail reception followed by dinner.

Hotel: Marriott Mena House Hotel, Giza, Garden Premier Pyramid View Room

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Cocktails, Dinner


Day 3 - Wednesday, November 11, 2020
Fly Cairo | Luxor. Embark Sanctuary Nile Adventurer

Egypt Gay Tour - Karnak TempleTransfer to the domestic airport for our flight to Luxor. Upon arrival in Luxor, transfer to our Nile cruiser for embarkation.

The art deco influence, the modern fittings and cutting-edge technology on board the boutique Sanctuary ‘Nile Adventurer’ are combined with sophisticated public spaces. With just 32 cabins, the Sanctuary ‘Nile Adventurer’ is one of the top luxury ships on the Nile. Coda has hosted many groups aboard this vessel. It is one of our favorites and is more comfortable and offers more amenities than the smaller sailing vessels and older Nile cruisers.

Journey to the Temple of Karnak. Built over 2,000 years ago, and enriched continuously by succeeding generations of pharaohs, the 62-acre Temple of Karnak was dedicated to the god Amun-Ra, the champion of the poor and destitute. In reverence to their god, pharaoh's continuously glorified him in larger, more magnificent architecture – be awed by the majestic size and scope of this ancient Egyptian Ipet-isut ("The Most Selected of Places"), especially noting the great "Hypostyle Hall" (a roof supported by huge columns) – an area of 5,000 square meters (50,000 sq ft) with a veritable forest of 134 huge (10m/33ft in circumference), intricately carved and painted pillars soaring to heights of 24m (80ft).

Egypt gay cruise on Sanctuary Nile AdventurerFounded in 1400BCE, connected to the Temple of Karnak via the Avenue of the Sphinxes and known as one of the most beautiful temples in Egypt, is the Temple of Luxor ('ipet resyt' or "The Southern Harem"). This temple expressly honored the "Royal Ka" (life power/re-birth)) with one of the most important religious rites in ancient Egypt – a month-long tribute to the fertility goddess – the "Opet Festival". In homage and gratitude to the cult of the Royal Ka, colossal seated figures, statues and obelisks were erected on its grounds; the temple is one of the best preserved of all of the ancient Egyptian monuments with large amounts of the structure, statuary and relief carvings still intact, earning Luxor its nickname: "The World's Largest Outdoor Museum".

Board award-winning Sanctuary Nile Adventurer and enjoy lunch on board.

Afterward, explore the west bank of the Nile and the Necropolis of Thebes, the burial site of the Great Pharaohs of the New Kingdom. Discover the Valley of the Kings and step inside the tomb of Tutankhamun. You also visit the Valley of the Queens (Biban el-Harim). Later, explore the Temple of Hatshepsut.

Accommodation: Sanctuary Nile Adventurer

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner


Day 4 - Thursday, November 12, 2020
Temple of Hathor & Luxor Temple
Egypt gay tour - Hathor Temple
Cruise north on a scenic route — far from other ships and crowds — to the Temple of Hathor at Denderah. Hathor was the goddess of pleasure and love, often associated with Aphrodite. Dendera Temple complex is located about 2.5 kilometres (1.6 mi) south-east of Dendera, Egypt. It is one of the best-preserved temple complexes in Egypt. The area was used as the sixth Nome of Upper Egypt, south of Abydos.

The whole complex covers some 40,000 square meters and is surrounded by a hefty mud brick enclosed wall. Dendera was a site for chapels or shrines from the beginning of history of ancient Egypt. It seems that pharaoh Pepi I (ca. 2250 BC) built on this site and evidence exists of a temple in the eighteenth dynasty (ca 1500 BC). However, the earliest extant building in the compound today is the Mammisi raised by Nectanebo II – last of the native pharaohs (360–343 BC).

Sail back to Luxor.

This afternoon, return to the east bank of the Nile, this time visiting the city of Thebes and the striking Temple of Luxor.

Egypt Gay Tour - Luxor TempleFounded in 1400BCE, connected to the Temple of Karnak via the Avenue of the Sphinxes and known as one of the most beautiful temples in Egypt, is the Temple of Luxor ('ipet resyt' or "The Southern Harem"). This temple expressly honored the "Royal Ka" (life power/re-birth)) with one of the most important religious rites in ancient Egypt – a month-long tribute to the fertility goddess – the "Opet Festival". In homage and gratitude to the cult of the Royal Ka, colossal seated figures, statues and obelisks were erected on its grounds; the temple is one of the best preserved of all of the ancient Egyptian monuments with large amounts of the structure, statuary and relief carvings still intact, earning Luxor its nickname: "The World's Largest Outdoor Museum".

Between both the Temple of Karnak and the Temple of Luxor is the highly rated Luxor Museum with its quality collection of Egyptian antiquities. Most of the artifacts displayed were discovered in the area of ancient Thebes (modern Luxor), with highlights of the collection including masterpieces of pharaonic art as well as examples of everyday objects.

Enjoy an entertaining show in the lounge aboard ship this evening.

Accommodation: Sanctuary Nile Adventurer

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner


Day 5 - Friday, November 13, 2020
Edfu & Kom Ombo Temples

Egypt gay cruise - Edfu TempleEnjoy time on deck cruising the celebrated Nile river. Continue cruising to Edfu and the Temple of Horus.

Edfu is an Egyptian city, located on the west bank of the Nile River between Esna and Aswan. Edfu is the site of the Ptolemaic Temple of Horus and an ancient settlement, Tell Edfu. About 5 km (3.1 mi) north of Edfu are remains of ancient pyramids.

The town is known for the major Ptolemaic temple, built between 237 BC and 57 BC, into the reign of Cleopatra VII. Of all the temple remains in Egypt, the Temple of Horus at Edfu is the most completely preserved. Built from sandstone blocks, the huge Ptolemaic temple was constructed over the site of a smaller New Kingdom temple, oriented east to west, facing towards the river. The later structure faces north to south and leaves the ruined remains of the older temple pylon to be seen on the east side of the first court.

Nile gay cruise - Kom Ombo TempleLater, disembark at Kom Ombo (“Hill of Gold”) to visit the Greco-Roman temple dedicated to Haroeris (the sun god) and Sobek (the crocodile god).

Kom Ombo is an agricultural town in Egypt famous for the Temple of Kom Ombo. It was originally an Egyptian city called Nubt, meaning City of Gold. It became a Greek settlement during the Greco-Roman Period. The town's location on the Nile, 50 kilometres (31 mi) north of Aswan (Syene), gave it some control over trade routes from Nubia to the Nile Valley, but its main rise to prominence came with the erection of the Temple of Kom Ombo in the 2nd century BC.

The Temple of Kom Ombo is an unusual double temple, it was constructed during the Ptolemaic dynasty, 180–47 BC. Some additions to it were later made during the Roman period. The building is unique because its 'double' design meant that there were courts, halls, sanctuaries and rooms duplicated for two sets of gods. The southern half of the temple was dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek, god of fertility and creator of the world with Hathor and Khonsu. Meanwhile, the northern part of the temple was dedicated to the falcon god Haroeris, also known as Horus the Elder, along "with Tasenetnofret (the Good Sister) and Panebtawy (Lord of the Two Lands). The temple is atypical because everything is perfectly symmetrical along the main axis.

Our dinner this evening highlights Egyptian specialties.

Accommodation: Sanctuary Nile Adventurer

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner


Day 6 - Saturday, November 14, 2020
Aswan, Philae Temple & Felucca Sailing

Egypt gay cruise - Philae TempleCruise to Aswan and ride a motorized boat to Philae Temple on the island of Agilika, moved and reconstructed here to avoid flood damage from Aswan’s High Dam. Continue to the granite quarries and site of the Unfinished Obelisk. Then sail amid the Aswan islands like a local — by felucca, weather permitting.

A short motorboat ride to the island of Agilika, lying in the reservoir of the Aswan Low Dam, brings us to the romantic and majestic Philae Temple, originally located near the "First Cataract" of the Nile River and moved here as part of the UNESCO Nubia Campaign – saving antiquities from the Aswan High Dam Project in the 1960's. What we refer to today as "Philae" is the main temple complex which was dedicated to the cult of Isis, Goddess of Love.

One of the most famous stones left behind is the 'Unfinished' Obelisk– still lying at its original quarry site, where a crack was discovered within its composition as it as it was being hewn from the rock – it would have measured 120-feet and weighed over 1150 tons when completed, and stood taller than any known obelisk ever raised.

In the afternoon, weather permitting, take a peaceful, relaxing ride on a "felucca" (a typical Egyptian, one-mast sail boat) around Elephantine Island, Lord Kitchener's Botanical Gardens, and the Agha Khan Mausoleum.

Return to ship for the remainder of the afternoon, and enjoy high-tea being served in the lounge.

Tonight's farewell dinner will be a gala dinner (jacket required), with white-gloved waiters serving gourmet cuisine.

Overnight on board Sanctuary Nile Adventurer in Aswan.

Accommodation: Sanctuary Nile Adventurer

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner


Day 7 - Sunday, November 15, 2020
Aswan | Abu Simbel | Cairo

Egypt gay cruise - Abu SimbelAfter breakfast, check-out from the Sanctuary Nile Adventurer and transfer to Aswan Airport for the flight to Abu Simbel. Upon arrival, proceed to the temples of Ramses II. The two temples of Ramses II at Abu Simbel are each fronted by colossal statues up to 20 meters high, and are famed as the most impressive monuments remaining of Ancient Egypt in modern times. Recently the temples were threatened by the waters of Lake Nasser, and with the help of a UNESCO campaign they were cut into blocks, raised piece by piece, and reassembled in a new position higher up the hillside.

Return to Cairo for an evening at leisure. In the afternoon, fly to Cairo and transfer to the Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at The First Residence.

Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at The First Residence enjoys an enviable location featuring a spectacular backdrop of the Pyramids in one direction and the Nile in the other.

Hotel: Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at The First Residence, Giza, Deluxe Room

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Day 8 - Monday, November 16, 2020
Discover Cairo - Egyptian Museum & Islamic Cairo

Egypt Gay Tour - Egyptian MuseumBuffet breakfast at leisure at your hotel.

Today, our Egyptologist will escort us on a fascinating tour of 7,000 years of Egyptian history with a visit to the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, open since 1902. The Museum exhibits over 120,000 objects in its 107 halls, comprising the world's greatest collection of Ancient Egyptian artifacts. Two grand halls containing countless artifacts and one room reserved for the golden treasures, all from the world-famous tomb of the boy-king Tutankhamun, astound and delight visitors. More than 2 million people flock to this magnificent site each year.

Enter the Mummies Room, a specially built area dedicated to the well-preserved mummies of 11 Royal Kings and Queens of Ancient Egypt, including the Great Ramses II, Egypt's longest ruling pharaoh.

Lunch will be in the heart of Islamic Cairo.

Coptic CairoCoptic Cairo (coptic: Christianity brought to Egypt through the flight of The Holy Family) refers to a religious/secular area of Old Cairo encompassing the Babylon Fortress (built in 100AD by the Roman Emperor Trajan to defend the frontiers of the Roman Empire); the Coptic Museum, home to art and artifacts from Early-Christian Egypt (circa 300AD) to the present; the Hanging Church – thought to have originated in the 7th century – is so named as it sits "suspended" on top of the Fortress of Babylon; the Church of Saints Serguis (at the site where The Holy Family rested on their fight through Egypt) and the Synagogue of Ben Ezra, renowned for its treasured "Geniza Documents" chronicling the lives of Jews in Egypt's past.

The Coptic Museum, with its airy buildings, to its walls covered with intricate mosaics, to its lush, landscaped gardens, is a tranquil oasis hidden away from the hustle and bustle of everyday Cairo. Containing the world's largest collection of Coptic artifacts and artwork (displaying a rich mixture of Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman traditions), the museum houses over 16,000 original pieces, illustrating the development of Egyptian history throughout the ages.

Continue on to the meandering streets of Old Cairo – see and hear the teeming life of the city as you wander through its by-ways and explore the shops of Khan el Kahlili Bazaar, the major "souk" (originally an open-air marketplace) of the old Islamic District of Cairo. Here you may haggle over, and/or purchase any type of Egyptian souvenir you might desire – woven rugs, copper and brass pots, luxurious fabrics, hand-made art-work – enjoy the adventure!

This evening we gather for a Farewell Dinner at our hotel.

Hotel: Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at The First Residence, Giza, Deluxe Room

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Day 9 - Tuesday, November 17, 2020
Cairo | Depature

You will be escorted to Cairo International Airport accordingly to your departure flight.

Meals: Breakfast


Gay Egypt Cruise & Tour

Deluxe Egypt Gay Cruise & Tour Itinerary




 09 Nov Cairo, Egypt D
 10 Nov Memphis, Sakkara, the Great Pyramids & Sphinx B, L, D
 11 Nov Cairo/Luxor: Karnak Temple B, L, D
 12 Nov Temple of Hathor & Luxor Temple B, L, D
 13 Nov Edfu & Kom Ombo Temples B, L, D
 14 Nov Aswan, Philae Temple & Felucca B, L, D
 15 Nov Aswan | Abu Simbel | Cairo B, L, D
 16 Nov Cairo, Egypt B, L, D
 17 Nov Cairo | Departure B

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What's Included:

• Luxury accommodations on bed and breakfast basis for the hotels and on full board basis for the cruise
– 2 nights at the Marriott Mena House Hotel in Giza, Garden Premier Pyramid View Room;
– 4 nights aboard the Sanctuary Nile Adventurer, Cabin per choice
– 2 nights at the Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at The First Residence in Giza, Deluxe Room
• Arrival & departure transfers and baggage handling abroad as required
• All sightseeing tours as mentioned in the itinerary
• Expert Egyptologist guide to accompany the group
• Coda representative on minimum participation
• Meals as described in the itinerary
• Cocktail reception in Cairo
• Mineral water aboard sightseeing buses
• Pre-departure assistance and Coda Travel Portfolio


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Not Included:

• International Airfare to/from Cairo
• Domestic Airfare in Egypt in Coach Class;
• Visa for Egypt, currently $25 per person, obtainable at the airport in Cairo
• Gratuities to Egyptologist guide & driver
• Items of personal nature, phone calls laundry, WiFi
• Use of carriage, camel or donkeys in either country
• Beverages during meals
• Excess luggage charges
• For domestic flights within Egypt the maximum allowed weight is 20kgs (about 40lbs) per person Please take care in packing to avoid excess baggage charges which can be considerable
• Any other item not mentioned in Inclusions.


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Tour Hotels

Marriott Mena House Hotel, Giza

Mena House Hotel, GizaOverlooking the Great Pyramids of Giza, this hotel is surrounded by 40 acres of green gardens and has a spa, fitness centre and a pool. The rooms are decorated with handcrafted furniture.

The Giza Pyramids are less than half a kilometer from the Marriott Mena House Hotel. The concierge can arrange horse and camel rides to the pyramids. Cairo Airport is 30.6 km away.

Recreational Facilities include a heated swimming pool tucked away in the landscape gardens.

Mena House Hotel roomAll accommodations at Mena House Hotel have air conditioning and include luxurious fabrics, a seating area and LCD TV. Each room and suite has a spacious private bathroom with a bathrobe and slippers.

Breakfast is available in the dining room facing the garden. Dining choices range from Italian specialties at Alfredo Restaurant to Indian delights at the celebrated Moghul Room, while Daily Buffet Breakfast and unforgettable vistas with its cocktails served at 139 Pavilion.


Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at The First Residence, Giza

Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at The First ResidenceEnjoying impressive views of Cairo’s skyline and the Pyramids, The Four Seasons Hotel in Cairo’s Gizah district features a full-service spa and outdoor pool. The Nile River is just 100 m away.

Facilities include a top-floor spa offering a wide range of health and beauty treatments. It also features a sauna, hot tub and fitness centre. Guests can also try their luck at the on-site casino.

Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at The First Residence roomAll rooms at The First Residence Cairo feature stylish colonial décor and panoramic city or Nile views. They are equipped with a flat-screen TV, a BOSE entertainment system and a DVD player.

Light refreshments are offered at the Tea Lounge. Guests can feast on traditional Syrian/Lebanese cuisine that is served pool side in Aura. There is also La Gourmandise which is a trendy brasserie eatery located in the heart of The First Mall.


Sanctuary Nile Adventurer

Sanctuary Nile Adventurer

The elegant Sanctuary Nile Adventurer has just 32 cabins, offering a luxurious yet relaxed cruise on the Nile. Decorated in a contemporary style, the ship's design combines modern Egyptian culture with seven thousand years of heritage. Add gourmet cuisine as well as sightseeing experiences with the country's most experienced Egyptologists, this is a taste of genuine 5-star luxury on a timeless river.


Sanctuary Nile Adventurer interior


Add gourmet cuisine as well as sightseeing experiences with the country's most experienced Egyptologists, this is a taste of genuine 5-star luxury on a timeless river. The Sanctuary Nile Adventurer seamlessly blends contemporary Egyptian culture with authentic character, a blend of East and West. The extensive sun deck areas, with their elegant teak floors, include private cabanas around the pool area, the perfect spot for relaxing while taking in the scenery.


Sanctuary Nile Adventurer Sun Deck


Why The Sanctuary Nile Adventurer?
• Chic and contemporary decor with a Pharaonic and modern Egyptian influence
• Itineraries led by the best Egyptologists
• Award-winning chefs
• All cabins have a Nile view and are air-conditioned
• Recently renovated


Sanctuary Nile Adventurer interior


The Sanctuary Nile Adventurer has an upper sun deck with swimming pool (which is heated up to 28 degrees during winter), a shaded deck with an outdoor bar and a lounge bar terrace. The restaurant is spacious and seats 75.


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In addition, there is a library and games room with computer and internet access. Along with a gym and a massage room, there is also a gift shop.


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Standard Cabin

Sanctuary Nile Adventurer Standard Cabin (14.2 - 16.5m²) All cabins are fully air conditioned with individual control and have Nile view plus private bathroom with bathtub, shower, hairdryer, mini bar and LCD screens with satellite television.


$ 6095
$ 7595

Junior Suite

Sanctuary Nile Adventurer Junior Suite (21.3m²) These cabins are larger than the standard, and feature many of the advantages of the suites. They also feature circular windows that provide fabulous views whilst sailing down the Nile. The Junior Suite are fully air-conditioned with individual control, mini bar, hair dryer, satellite television and LCD screens.


$ 6795
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Presidential Suite

Sanctuary Nile Adventurer Presidential Suite (42.4m²) The two Presidential Suites, with their own private balconies are luxuriously appointed with state of the art technology and opulent furnishings. The traditional tones, and cutting edge design, create an eye catching contrast. The suites also feature exquisite amenities, mini bar, hair dryer, satellite television and LCD screens.


$ 7295
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Intra-tour airfare in Egypt is additional: $350 coach class. CAIRO/LUXOR; ASWAN/ABU SIMBEL/ASWAN; ASWAN/CAIRO

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