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Egypt unplugged 10 days

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Egypt Unplugged - 10 days

Essential Egypt! Pyramids, temples and the Valley of the Kings, combined with four days of blissful Red Sea relaxation in Dahab. Consider extending your stay with a 5 day bolt-on to Jordan and the rose red City of Petra!

Day 1: Cairo

Tuesday. Marhaba, welcome to Egypt and the start of your holiday! Arrive Cairo, included transfer to hotel and overnight. Overnight - Cairo

Day 2: Pyramids of Giza & Saqqara

Cairo - Luxor. A big day out at the pyramids and sphinx at Giza. Perhaps opt to hire a camel! Later we travel to Saqqara, to explore the myraid tombs and temples at the site and see Zhoser's step pyramid - constructed by Imhotep, the pharaoh's chief architect in 27 BC! Later there is time for dinner before travelling on the overnight seater train to Luxor. Opt for a sleeper cabin upgrade, if you desire. Overnight - Train 

Day 3: Explore Ancient Thebes

Arrival and check into our hotel. Time to explore Luxor on foot following the waterside corniche or maybe stop for drink at one of the many Nile side cafes and tea houses. Tonight, an optional visit is offered to view Temple of Luxor at night. Book and pay locally. Remainder of the evening at leisure. Overnight -Luxor 

Day 4: Valley of the Kings

Luxor - Dahab. Why not watch the sunrise from the heady heights of a hot air balloon - take the optional hot air balloon ride over Luxor and see it come alive in the morning sun. Early today, we visit Luxor’s famous West Bank. The twin seated statues known as the Colossi of Memnon represent the first view of what is to come. We then visit the legendary Valleys of the Kings and the imposing ramped and limestone - colonnaded Temple of Hatshepsut. Hatshepsut was one of only 3 Egyptian ruling queens. Perhaps the most famous tomb in the Valley of the Kings is that of the boy-King Tutankhamen. Archaeologist Howard Carter discovered his intact and treasure -filled tomb in 1922. Taking a break, we later visit the colossal Temple of Karnak. 
This evening, we travel by overnight bus to Dahab via Hurghada. Option to foresake the overnight bus journey and upgrade with our Luxor to Dahab Flight Bolt-on! Overnight - Bus journey

Day 5: Dahab

Arrival and hotel check-in in our great hotel. SCUBA gdivin, snorkelling, sun-worshipping, horse-riding, chilling, shopping - take your pick. You’ve 4 whole days to do as you want. Today is spent at leisure.Overnight - dahab

Days 6 - 8: Plenty to offer!

Enjoy time at leisure in Dahab. Optional activities (book and pay locally) include a snorkelling excursion to the Blue Hole. 80 metres deep, the Blue Hole boasts an abundance of colourful coral, fish and marine life. Most of the aquatic species live within the first 5 metres beneath the sea level, allowing even the novice a fantastic display of the underwater world.
You can also opt for an energetic climb to the summit of Mt Sinai and visit St Katherine's Monastery or camel and jeep treks into the surrounding Sinai Desert. 
If you would like to extend your stay in Dahab, consider our exciting range of 4 day dive bolt-ons or hop over to Jordan for a 5 day middle eastern treat on our Petra & Wadi Rum bolt-on.Overnight - dahab

Day 9: Egyptian Museum

Dahab - Cairo. Early today we return to Cairo by bus, arriving early afternoon. Later we enjoy a guided visit to the Egyptian Museum. The prize exhibit has to been the priceless treasures of King Tutankhamen. The rest of the afternoon and evening is free for you to enjoy cairo your way. Overnight - Cairo 

Day 10: Cairo

Thursday. Our tour concludes after breakfast and onward onward departure transfer to airport. 

Temples, Tombs & Treasury

Combine our Egypt Unplugged tour with a 5 day trip to Jordan Visit the stunning Rose City of Petra, opt for a dip in the Dead Sea and 4x4 through the picturesque desertscape of Wadi Rum. See our 14 day Temples, Tombs & Treasury tour for more details!

Prices & Departure Dates

Prices shown are per person travelling. 'Twin/Double' prices per person apply when there are 2 people travelling, sharing a room. The 'Single supplement' applies for single travellers who require their own room and needs to be added to the 'Twin/Double' price. If you are happy to be paired up with another single traveller of the same sex on your tour, this can be arranged, thus avoiding the single person supplement. 

Please note: if departing on 26 Dec 2011, all Dahab hotels charge for a compulsary New Year's dinner. This amount will need to be paid by you locally - budget approx  45$.

Date

Price/Person

Single Supp.

15 FEB - 20 DEC

849 $

249 $

20 DEC - 04 JAN

1,048 $

249 $

 

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