CAIRO, LUXOR, NILE CRUISE, ASWAN
Cruise, History & Culture, The Wow Factor
Of all the most ancient civilizations in the world, Egypt’s archaeological sites are undoubtedly the most well-preserved and the most stunning site to visit!
This trip is designed for in-depth exploration with interesting curation, a comfortable pace, unique “wow” experiences, and luxurious travel arrangements. It is befitting to refer this trip to be epic by getting to enjoy several exclusivities; a Special permit for sunrise at the Pyramid, a private visit to the Egyptian Museum as well as Wahtye’s Tomb in Saqqara that was left untouched for almost 4,500 years until its recent discovery, with a special lecture by renowned archaeologist and a top Egyptologist guide to share the deep history of the country.
Twin Sharing: S$ 17,880 per person
Single Supplement: S$ 4,280 per person
Early Bird Offer
First two bookings (limited to 4 pax) with deposit will get a complimentary 60-min spa on Historia Cruise
20% deposit at sign up
*Registration Closing Date
8 Sep 2023 or when tour is fully subscribed
Upon arrival in Cairo, enjoy lunch before we discover the surprising Coptic Cairo heritage including the Hanging Church built into the walls of the water gate, and Abu Serga where the Holy Family was rested after fleeing Israel.
Later, enjoy private entrance to The Egyptian Museum after it closes to the public, visit the whole museum including King Tut golden mask room, just for the group.
While the pyramids are the highlights of Cairo, the city was also one of the greatest Islamic Centres of the medieval period and one of the world’s oldest Christian communities. We will explore Islamic Cairo, and Khan El Khalili Bazaar, a large bustling open-air bazaar.
Afterwards, transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Luxor.
Luxor is the capital of ancient Egypt during its most glorious period of the New Kingdom. It is befittingly referred to as the world’s biggest outdoor museum. We spend a full day at the West Bank today.
Explore the Valley of the Kings and Queens. Admire the exquisite ancient artwork on the murals of the tombs of Pharoah such as Seti I, Ramses V & VI and King Tut as well as Queen Nefetari. Then, visit Queen Hatshepsut Temple and the Colossi of Memnon.
This morning, drive about 1.5 hour to the temple complex at Dendera and visit the Temple of Hathor, one of the best-preserved ancient Egypt monuments.
Drive back to Luxor and board the luxurious Nile Cruise, Historia where we will stay for four nights. In the afternoon, we will dwell deeper into Egyptian history with a visit to the Luxor Museum.
A sight to behold today would be the Karnak Temple, which is the largest religious building ever been constructed, over the course of two thousand years.
Our cruise set sail in the afternoon for Esna. Relax and enjoy the scenery of the rural life along the Nile.
Today, continue to enjoy our Historia Cruise journey and visit another two stunning ancient Egyptian monuments – the Ptolemic Temple of Horus at Edfu and the unusual Temple of Kom Ombo that was unusually dedicated to two gods.
Another “wow” experience today.
Take an excursion by flight to Abu Simbel. The colossus statues of Ramses II and Nefatari set by the lake is indeed a sight to behold. This is also perhaps UNESCO most amazing effort to save a monument.
You will also visit a Nubian House.
Another “wow” experience awaits today. Take an excursion by flight from Aswan to Abu Simbel. The colossus statues of Ramses II and Nefatari set by the lake is indeed a sight to behold. This is also perhaps UNESCO most amazing effort to save a monument.
Later, visit a Nubian House.
Fly back to Cairo this morning. Drive to Saqarra to visit the Step Pyramid of Zoser and a private entry into Wahtye’s Tomb that was untouched for almost 4,500 years till its discovery only in late 2018.
Drive to your hotel in Giza for your overnight stay.
The only surviving and oldest of the 7 wonders of the ancient world – the Pyramid of Giza, a site not to be missed! We will have the opportunity to have a private sunrise visit to appreciate the beauty of the three pyramids and the Great Sphinx of Giza without crowd.
Head to the brand new Grand Egyptian Museum in Giza that will be the world’s largest archaeological museum, opening in late 2023 (subject to change of opening date; pre-opening visit time is limited to one hour).
Visit the relatively new National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, offers visitor a general overview of all the different historical periods that encompass Egypt.
Transfer to the airport for your flight out.
Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza • Hilton Luxor Resort • Historia Boutique Hotel Nile Cruise • Sofitel Legend Old Cataract Aswan • Marriott Mena House Cairo Hotel
Located right in the heart of the city and right by the Nile, this luxury hotel is a perfect base to explore the 1,000 year old market, Islamic and Coptic Cairo.
(Opened in 2019; Rooms: 75)
Located on the banks of the Nile River, facing the West Bank. The resort is just two-minute drive from the historic Temple of Karnak.
(Renovated in 2008; Rooms: 236)
Evoking the spirits of yore with the relevance of today. This is one of the newest boutique luxury cruises on the river. Historia draws on elements of the legendary boat’s past, as well as a subtle nod to the roots and heritage of Egyptian culture. Communal lounges and dining rooms allow passengers to mingle and socialize, while also giving them the needed privacy for more relaxed experience
(Started Operation in Dec 2021; Rooms: 48)
A 19th-century Victorian palace on the banks of the river Nile which rises grandly from a pink granite shelf at the edge of the Nubian Desert with views of Elephantine Island. Step into the legendary site where King Fouad once entertained, and Agatha Christie sipped cocktails in this 19th century Victorian Palace. It has been continuously refurbished to ensure modern luxury.
(Renovated in 2011; Rooms: 138)
A luxury hotel situated on the outskirt of Cairo, in Giza and close proximity to the three pyramids and the Great Sphinx.
(Opened in 2015; Rooms: 523)
08 Dec, Singapore – Doha (QR 945), 02:00 – 05:05
08 Dec, Doha – Cairo (QR 1303), 07:50 – 10:35
17 Dec, Cairo – Doha (QR 1302), 19:15 – 23:20
18 Dec, Doha – Singapore (QR 948), 02:20 – 14:45
Registration Closing Date: 8 Sep 2023 or when tour is fully subscribed
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