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Egypt Holidays

Egypt is quite simply a living museum with an astonishing wealth of history that never ceases to amaze those who visit this exotic melting pot of cultures and traditions. From the ancient Pharaohs, who ruled one of the world’s greatest ever dynasties for almost 3000 years, to the Romans, Ottoman Turks and British who sought to occupy it, Egypt continues to exert an aura of fascination and timeless drama.

Abu Simbel

Alexandria

Aswan

Cairo

Desert Safaris

Lake Nasser Cruises

Luxor

Nile Cruises

Red Sea Coast

Alexander the Great

Al Moudira

El Salamlek Palace

Fairmont Heliopolis

Feddya Dahabiya

The Four Seasons, Alexandria

Four Seasons Nile Plaza, Cairo

Four Seasons First Residence, Cairo

Four Seasons, Sharm el Sheikh

Grand Hyatt, Cairo

Hadeel Dahabiya

The Hilton

Hyatt Regency, Sharm el Sheikh

Kempinski Soma Bay, Hurghada

Le Metropole Hotel, Alexandria

Mena House, Giza

Le Meridien Pyramids, Giza

M.S. Kasr Ibrim, Lake Nasser

M.S. Eugenie, Lake Nasser

Movenpick Elephantine Island

Movenpick, El Gouna

Movenpick El Quseir

Oberoi Sahl Hasheesh

Oberoi Philae

Oberoi Zahara

Old Cataract Hotel

Old Winter Palace

Radamis II

Ritz Carlton, Sharm el Sheikh

Royal Lotus

Royal Savoy, Sharm el Sheikh

Sanctuary M/S Nile Adventurer

The Savoy, Sharm el Sheikh

Steigenberger Hotel

Sonesta St George

Sonesta Star Goddess

Sonesta Moon Goddess

Sonesta Nile Goddess

Sonesta Amirat Dahabiya

Triton

From the rich and pristine waters of the Red Sea to the mountainous deserts of the Sinai Peninsula, or from the frantic hustle of Cairo to a tranquil cruise along the Nile, this country has an enormous diversity of attractions. Stretching from Abu Simbel in the south to Cairo in the north, the life-giving waters of the Nile dictate the country’s daily existence, and not only will a cruise along this ribbon of water offer an intriguing glimpse of rural Egypt, but it is here that such archaeological treasures as the Temple of Karnak or the Necropolis of Thebes will be revealed.

For those who just love to soak up the sun, then the opportunity to spend some time relaxing at Hurghada or Sharm el Sheikh, home to a range of luxurious five star star hotels where you can enjoy some of the finest food, service and scuba diving in the world at an affordable price, is an unbeatable attraction.

Wherever your interests lie you are assured of a welcoming smile on arrival in Egypt and the chance to gain a fascinating insight into an historical and cultural gem

Classic Egypt; guideline price £1,690 pp

The Best of Egypt; guideline price £2,315pp

 

ESSENTIAL INFO

EGYPT

WHEN TO GO

The months between October - April offer the most comfortable temperatures.

VISAS

Holders of UK passports do require a visa for entry into Egypt.

HEALTH REQUIREMENTS

No mandatory vaccinations are required.

TIME DIFFERENCE

GMT + 2 Hours
(+1 Hour during British Summer Time)

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