- Return flights
- Seven-night full board Nile Cruise on MS Presidential Commodore
- Four-night all inclusive stay at Labranda Garden Makadi
- Three-night all inclusive stay at Titanic Resort
About this Deal
This deal will combine two wonderful sides of Egypt in one package. You'll start with a cruise past some of the incredible sights of the Nile. The cruise stops in the iconic spots of the Nile; Luxor, Edfu and Aswan. You'll have an option of adding excursion packages, depending how many of the sights you want to see along the way.
Between the stops, you can relax on your comfortable boat MS Presidential Commodore. You could lounge beside the pool on the sundeck and watch the banks of the Nile slip by, or head to the TV lounge where you'll also find a choice of games. As well as full board meals, there's evening entertainment including belly dancing shows, bingo nights and themed parties.
Following your Nile cruise you'll head to the Red Sea for a total of seven nights of all inclusive luxury, with stays at two Hurghada hotels. You'll begin at Labranda Garden Makadi which is located in Makadi Bay. Here you can enjoy plenty of beach time on the private beach. After four nights you'll move to Titanic Resort which boasts one of the biggest aqua parks in Hurghada.
Light Nile Cruise sightseeing package fr £120 pp: Karnak Temple, Luxor Temple, Kom Ombo Temple, Khnum Temple in Esna, Philae Temple, Aswan High Dam. English speaking tour guide. All ground transportation by modern A/C vehicles.
Full Nile cruise sightseeing package fr £160 pp: This includes all of the above, plus Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut Temple, Collossi of Memnon.
Cairo Pyramids excursion fr £135 pp
All inclusive upgrade on cruise is available from £120 pp
Transfers from £10 pp (dependant on dates and supplier)
Luggage from £50 pp return
Gratuities on board the ship fr £27 pp
Terms & Conditions
Price is per person, based on two people sharing. This offer is subject to availability and availability may be limited. 0% charge for debit cards, 0% for credit cards.