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EGYPT, ARABIA & MOROCCO The Egyptian Museum


LUXURY NILE ADVENTURER NEW


8 DAYS from £1895 (per person twin share with flights)


itinerary Bales Select The height of luxury on the Nile and in Cairo


DAY 1 – Fly to Cairo Fly EGYPTAIR to Cairo, 3 nights at Fairmont Nile City Hotel located on the bank of the River Nile.


Souk Mena House Oberoi Cairo


DAYS 2/3 – Cairo With your Egyptologist visit the unmistakable Pyramids at Giza and the wealth of treasures in the Egyptian Museum.


DAY 4 – Luxor Fly to Luxor and embark on Sanctuary M.S. Nile Adventurer. After lunch visit the magnificent temples of Amon-Ra at Karnak and the imposing XVIIIth Dynasty Luxor Temple. Return to the boat for a cocktail reception.


DAY 5 – Esna Visit the Valley of the Kings on Luxor’s West Bank before continuing to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut and the fascinating City of the Dead. Cruise to Esna.


MENA HOUSE OBEROI, GIZA Lying in the shadow of the Great Pyramid, amongst 40 acres of beautiful gardens, the Mena House is Egypt’s most historic hotel. Originally built as a royal hunting lodge, its exquisite furnishings and arabesque designs add an air of luxury to its 426 rooms.


LE MERIDIEN PYRAMIDS Lying amongst landscaped gardens, less than a kilometre from the Pyramids, this newly renovated hotel and spa offers one of the finest backdrops in Egypt. Its 458 rooms reflect a rich blend of Pharaonic and European flair and guests can enjoy the facilities of two pools and a nearby golf course.


DAY 6 – Kom Ombo Morning visit to Temple of Khnum at Esna before cruising to Edfu, on arrival you will visit the superb Ptolemaic Temple of Horus (237 BC). This afternoon participate in an Egyptian cooking lesson whilst cruising to Kom Ombo.


DAY 7 – Aswan Visit Kom Ombo Temple which is dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek and the falcon-headed Horus. Sail to Aswan, visit the Unfinished Obelisk and Philae Temple. Afternoon felucca ride on the River Nile. Overnight in Aswan.


DAY 8 – Fly to the UK Disembark after breakfast with the option to fly to Abu Simbel (£195 per person). Return to Cairo, connect with your EGYPTAIR flight to Heathrow.


DEPARTURES JAN-MAY & JUL-DEC.


EGYPT’S ISLAND DISCOVERER


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9 DAYS from £1395 (per person twin share with flights)


itinerary Bales Select A classic, discovering Cairo and the Nile


DAYS 1 to 3 – Fly to Cairo Fly EGYPTAIR to Cairo, stay at Sofitel El Gezirah. Visits to the Pyramids and Egyptian Museum.


DAYS 4/5 – Luxor & Edfu To Luxor, embark the Sonesta Moon Goddess. Visit Karnak then the Valley of the Kings. Sail to Edfu.


El Sokhna beach


EL SOKHNA Located on the Gulf of Suez, some 150 km east of Cairo, El Sokhna is sandwiched between the turquoise waters of the Red Sea and the craggy mountains of the Eastern Desert. Once famed for its spring waters, this resort area is blessed with a wonderful year round climate, golden beaches and spectacular reefs.


DAYS 6 to 8 – Aswan Stop at Edfu and Kom Ombo en route to Aswan. Discover Philae Temple in Aswan, 2 nights at Mövenpick Resort.


DAY 9 – Fly to UK Fly EGYPTAIR via Cairo to Heathrow.


DEPARTURES JAN-JUN & AUG-DEC 08456 345 112 – Balesworldwide.com 21


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