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Main Program: October 19, 2024 – November 01, 2024
Pre-Tour: October 16, 2024 – October 20, 2024
Post-Tour: November 01, 2024 – November 07, 2024

Discover Egypt and the Nile Valley

The incomparable Nile. Magnificent ancient monuments. Endless golden sands. This and more is Egypt—a cradle of civilization essential to our human story and the developments in government, religion, and agriculture. With its long past and welcoming people, Egypt beckons travelers to explore ruins of the past and wonders of today. 


NOTE: Tour information is current as of 4/21/2024.

Program Highlights

– Enjoy two full days exploring Cairo: visit the Great Pyramid and the Sphinx, admire the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, and stroll the Khan El-Khalili bazaar.

– In Luxor, view the Karnak Temple Complex—one of the largest religious buildings in the world, which includes contributions from approximately 30 pharaohs over thousands of years.

– Travel beside the Nile to Abydos to marvel at the colorful carvings in the Temple of Seti I and view the Abydos King List, which was instrumental to understanding Ancient Egyptian history.

– On the west bank of Luxor, visit the Valley of the Kings and Nobles, the Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut, and Colossi of Memnon.

– Embark in Esna aboard a private dahabiya—a traditional Egyptian sailing vessel—for four nights on the Nile River.

– Sail to Elephantine Island, the only ongoing excavation site open to tourists, to view its sacred temples and traditional Nubian villages.

– During an optional excursion (additional fee), view the temples of Abu Simbel carved into a massive rock cliff, which were relocated and perfectly reconstructed after building the High Dam in the early 1960s.

What's Included

  • 8 nights luxury hotel accommodations plus 4 nights aboard a stately dahabiya
  • 12 breakfasts, 10 lunches, and 8 dinners
  • All excursions listed on the 14-day itinerary, including admission to sites and venues
  • Excursion transportation
  • Internal airfare from Cairo to Luxor and Aswan to Cairo
  • Gratuities to hotels, drivers, dahabiya staff, porters, and guides
  • Group airport transfers for guests arriving and departing during the suggested times

Itinerary

Day 1: En Route from U.S.
Saturday, October 19, 2024

Day 2: Arrive Cairo, Egypt
Sunday, October 20, 2024
Welcome to Cairo—Egypt's buzzing capital city of over 22 million residents. Settle into your first-class accommodations to refresh and enjoy the remainder of the evening at leisure. Awake tomorrow to the extraordinary views of the pyramids outside your room.
Overnight: Marriott Mena House

Day 3: Cairo | Memphis | Giza
Monday, October 21, 2024
After breakfast, set out for a short drive to the ancient city of Memphis, dating from around 3,100 BC. It's the legendary city of King Menes—who united upper and lower Egypt and controlled the land and water routes between the two. This area features approximately 19 miles of necropolises, including Sakkara—host to the kings of the 1st and 2nd Dynasty—with the oldest known of Egypt's 107 pyramids. 

In the afternoon, visit the iconic Great Pyramid of Giza—the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World—and the Great Sphinx, impressively carved from a single mass of limestone. 
Overnight: Marriott Mena House (B,L,D)

Day 4: Cairo 
Tuesday, October 22, 2024
Today, take a guided tour of the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, featuring 107 halls filled with nearly 160,000 pieces of ancient artifacts covering 5,000 years of Egypt's past. View displays of treasures from royal tombs, royal portraits, and rare artifacts. 

Ascend to the medieval Citadel of Cairo for lunch overlooking the city, then continue to the imposing Mosque of Sultan Hassan. Next, visit some of Cairo's ancient Coptic churches and learn more about this minority ethnoreligious group. Then stroll through one of the largest bazaars in the Middle East—Khan El-Khalili. Founded in the 14th century, this lively market (or souk) is a labyrinth of vendors selling colorful fresh spices, traditional foods and fabrics, and baubles and trinkets. Beyond the bustling crowds, glimpse the unique archways and vaulted ceilings designed in original Mamluk-style architecture—Islamic art that became prevalent during the Mamluk Dynasty.
Overnight: Marriott Mena House (B,L)

Day 5: Flight to Luxor | Karnak Temple | Luxor Temple
Wednesday, October 23, 2024
After breakfast and checking out of the Mena House, transfer to Cairo International Airport to board the flight to Luxor. 

En route to the hotel, stop to explore the Karnak Temple Complex—the largest man-made religious building on the east bank of Luxor and one of the most important places of worship during the New Kingdom. This site is a fusion of stone structures, including an avenue of human-headed sphinxes, grand pylons, and towering obelisks. It experienced various phases of construction and restoration over a nearly 2,000-year period.

Enjoy lunch at the hotel followed by free time to have a beverage on the terrace or stroll the tranquil gardens.

This evening, explore the majestic Luxor Temple by night and enjoy its illuminated beauty. The impressive temple is located in the center of the city and was buried for centuries before its full excavation was completed in 1960. Enjoy the special opportunity to admire this structure by night, when dramatic lighting enhances its intricacies.
Overnight: Sofitel Winter Palace Luxor (B,L,D)

Day 6: Abydos
Thursday, October 24, 2024
This morning, take in a panoramic view of life on the banks of the Nile as you follow the river north during a three-hour drive to the ancient city of Abydos. On display are temples with some of the finest carvings and colors in all of Egypt. Learn of the site's importance from your Egyptologist before exploring on your own. Wander the halls of the impressive Temple of Seti I, which was dedicated to the god of the underworld, Osiris. See the Abydos King List—a carved list of the names of 76 former kings of ancient Egypt.
Overnight: Sofitel Winter Palace Luxor (B,L)

Day 7: Valley of the Kings | Hatshepsut Temple | Embarkation
Friday, October 25, 2024
After breakfast and check out, travel across the Nile to the west bank of Luxor. At the famous Valley of the Kings—designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978—descend into the elaborately decorated tombs of Egypt's most influential rulers, including Tutankhamun.

Next, admire the Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut, one of the few female pharaohs. This grand temple, framed by massive limestone cliffs, is notable for its precise architectural features.

A short drive to Esna brings you to your sailing vessel and home-away-from-home for the following four days. After a relaxing lunch, settle into your stateroom and spend time lounging on the sun deck as you watch the peaceful scenery go by. Join fellow travelers for dinner this evening.
Overnight: Dahabiya (B,L,D)

Day 8: Nile River | El Kab | Edfu
Saturday, October 26, 2024
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before joining your Egyptologist on a guided tour to El Kab, one of the oldest settlements of upper Egypt and now a famous necropolis with remarkable tombs of nobles and army generals.

Continue to the city of Edfu for a tour of the Ptolemaic Temple of Horus—the most complete and best-preserved temple in Egypt. Horus, the principal god of resurrection, is depicted in his role as avenger of his father, Osiris, who was murdered by his brother, Seth. Although construction of this temple was finished only a few decades before the rise of Antony and Cleopatra, its design reflects traditional pharaonic architecture.

For the remainder of the day, enjoy the plentiful amenities of the dahabiya. This evening, prepare to dine on a lavish buffet of Egyptian specialties presented with a performance of local music and dancing. 
Overnight: Dahabiya (B,L,D)

Day 9: Edfu | Nile | Kom Ombo
Sunday, October 27, 2024
After a leisurely morning sailing up the river, visit Gebel el-Silsila, an ancient quarry where the pharaohs excavated sandstone and limestone to build their temples. The site also houses numerous tombs dating back to the 18th Dynasty.

Gather for a special barbecue dinner this evening on a nearby island.  
Overnight: Dahabiya (B,L,D)

Day 10: Kom Ombo | Nile | Aswan
Monday, October 28, 2024
Explore the unique Temple of Kom Ombo. Designed for and dedicated to two gods, Horus and Sobek (the ancient god of crocodiles), it's actually two temples in one. Captive crocodiles were once kept within the temple, and mummified crocodiles can be seen in the sanctuary today.

Today, there are no crocodiles north of the Aswan High Dam, but in ancient times a robust population lived in the Nile's waters. The ancient Egyptians believed that by worshipping Sobek they were protecting themselves from these predators. 

Return to the dahabiya to cruise to Aswan, and partake in a final gala dinner on board.
Overnight: Dahabiya (B,L,D)

Day 11: Aswan – Disembarkation
Tuesday, October 29, 2024
Disembark after breakfast and travel to the Aswan High Dam for a look at contemporary Egyptian construction on a monumental scale. The dam sits 364-feet high with a volume of 57,940,000 cubic yards. The annual flooding of the Nile can now be controlled as the dam collects floodwaters, which can be released manually to maximize benefits for farmland, river flowage, and electric power. 

Later, take a motorboat ride to the island of Agilkia, site of the temples of Philae. The most famous temple, dedicated to the goddess Isis, was constructed in the 6th century BCE. The site also features the last known inscription written in Egyptian hieroglyphs, dated to 394 CE.

Enjoy free time at the hotel to refresh and re-energize before setting out to stroll Aswan's famous market, Sharia as-Souq. Discover endless displays of aromatic flowers and spices, hand-crafted perfumes, colorful carpets, and other Egyptian and African goods.
Overnight: Sofitel Legend Cataract (B,L)

Day 12: Aswan
Wednesday, October 30, 2024
After breakfast at the hotel, head directly across the Nile to Elephantine Island, which was an important trading center. Today, it is the only ongoing excavation site that is open to tourists. Afterward, take a peaceful ride through one of the Nile's cataracts, a rocky passageway that prevented boats from sailing the river from Equatorial Africa to Egypt.

The remainder of the day is yours to partake in the amenities at the hotel or to explore Aswan on your own.
Overnight: Sofitel Legend Cataract (B,D)

Day 13: Aswan | Optional Abu Simbel Excursion | Flight to Cairo
Thursday, October 31, 2024
After breakfast, guests joining the optional excursion will check out and transfer to Aswan International Airport for the brief flight to Abu Simbel. There, tour the impressive temples before flying to Aswan for a connecting flight to Cairo. (You may purchase this optional excursion in advance from our Guest Services team. We recommend you reserve early for best availability as space is limited.)

Remaining guests will enjoy leisure time at the property. Take advantage of the outdoor infinity pool overlooking the Nile River, re-energize in the modern fitness center, or enjoy tea al fresco at The Terrace with inspiring views of Temple of Khnum and Elephantine Island.

Later, transfer to the airport for a brief flight to Cairo for your final evening in Egypt, featuring a special farewell dinner with fellow travelers.
Overnight: Le Méridien Cairo Airport (B,L,D)

Day 14: Cairo | Depart for U.S.
Friday, November 1, 2024
Use the skybridge conveniently connecting the hotel to Terminal 3 of Cairo International Airport for flights home. (B)

B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner

(Itinerary subject to change.)

Activity Level

Moderate

Activities are generally not very strenuous, but guests should be able to climb stairs, as well as stand and walk for long periods of time, sometimes on gravel, sand or stone. Guests should be able to walk 1.5 miles over uneven surfaces to be able to fully enjoy this program. Due to the nature of some structures, handrails may not be present, and facilities for people with disabilities are limited. Participation in itinerary activities is up to the individual.

Accommodations

Marriott Mena House – Cairo

October 20 - October 22

While touring bustling Cairo, spend leisure time and evenings amidst the luxurious and modern comforts of Marriott Mena House, located just 45 minutes outside of the city. The property offers glorious panoramic views of the pyramids, 40 acres of lavish gardens, four restaurants and lounges, a heated outdoor pool, a health club, and a full-service spa (additional fees for services).

Originally built as a hunting lodge in 1869, Mena House served as a private residence until 1886, when it was opened to the public as a hotel. It has hosted a variety of visitors, including Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra, and Charlie Chaplin.

Room Amenities: Individual climate control, sofa and chair, cable/satellite LCD TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, phone, alarm clock, mini-fridge, safe, complimentary bottled water, coffee maker, bathrobes and slippers, and en suite marble bathroom with sundries and hair dryer.

Sofitel Winter Palace Luxor

October 23 - October 24

Perched peacefully on the bank of the Nile River, Winter Palace's five-star accommodations provide an alluring atmosphere for a regal respite. Once the winter residence of King Farouk, this property also housed 19th-century explorers in search of Egyptian antiquities and artifacts.

During leisure time, take a dip in the welcoming pool or roam the manicured gardens while reflecting on your time in Egypt.

Room Amenities: Individual climate control, plasma screen TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, minibar, complimentary mineral water, safe, and en suite bathroom with sundries and hair dryer.

Your Vessel on the Nile: Dahabiya

October 25 - October 28

With a capacity of just 14 guests per boat, our 155-foot dahabiyas are designed to provide the ultimate in comfort and adventure while sailing the Nile River. Each stateroom provides spacious, fully air-conditioned accommodations with en suite facilities. 

Guests can savor healthy, fresh, and delicious international and Egyptian cuisine at every meal. Enjoy the large sun deck, dining and lounge areas, and the services of an enthusiastic crew who are committed to your comfort. 

Stateroom Categories

Standard: Features one king or two twin beds, view window, and private en suite bathroom. (Approx. 205 sq.ft.)
Suite: Features one king bed, view window, private balcony, and private en suite bathroom. (Approx. 250 sq.ft.)

Stateroom Amenities: Individual climate control, complimentary minibar, safe, and en suite bathroom with sundries and hair dryer.

Sofitel Legend Cataract – Aswan

October 29 - October 30

Step back to the time of the pharaohs, surrounded by grandeur and opulence of this five-star property—with the Nubian Desert and Elephantine Island within your sights. Walk the ravishing grounds, and feel a part of royalty that once frequented the hotel, where King Fouad once entertained Agatha Christie.

During free time, perhaps take a pleasant stroll to Aswan's city center or relax poolside with a hibiscus tea. A fully equipped gym awaits those guests seeking to energize with a workout, and a full-service spa is available for blissful indulgence (additional fees apply).

Dine at one of the hotel's four restaurants, each providing gourmet fare, featuring French, Mediterranean or regional cuisine.

Room Amenities: Individual climate control, Nile River views, Sofitel My Bed, writing desk, LCD TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, minibar, complimentary mineral water, coffee maker, safe, and en suite marble bathroom with sundries and hair dryer.

Le Méridien Cairo Airport

October 31

This fully soundproofed luxury hotel is conveniently linked to Terminal 3 of Cairo International Airport by a pedestrian bridge. The property features an impressive sports bar, three restaurants (serving Chinese, Lebanese or Mediterranean cuisine), a fitness center, and a heated outdoor pool.

Room Amenities: Individual climate control, floor-to-ceiling soundproofed windows, writing desk, cable/satellite LED TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, minibar, bathrobes and slippers, coffee maker, safe, iron and ironing board, and en suite bathroom with premium sundries and hair dryer.

(Accommodations subject to change.)

Optional Pre-Tour

Alexandria


Just a three-hour drive from Cairo rests the Mediterranean oasis of Alexandria. Founded by Alexander the Great in 331 BCE, the city was once a major intellectual center of the Greek and Roman empires, and home to the rulers of the Ptolemaic dynasty—including Cleopatra. Explore its mythic vestiges, and enjoy leisure time to experience the modern charms along the Corniche, Alexandria's waterfront promenade.

Itinerary

Day +1: En Route from U.S.
Wednesday, October 16, 2024

Day +2: Arrive in Cairo, Egypt
Thursday, October 17, 2024
Upon arrival to Cairo International Airport transfer to your five-star accommodations and enjoy the first evening at leisure.
Overnight: Marriott Mena House

Day +3: Cairo | Alexandria
Friday, October 18, 2024
After breakfast take a pleasant three-hour drive to Alexandria, an important center of learning in the ancient world. Built under the reign of Alexander the Great, Alexandria is the playground for Egypt’s elite, enriched with a spirit that is more Mediterranean than Middle Eastern. During a guided tour visit the Roman Amphitheatre, the famous Catacombs and the Citadel of Qaitbay.

The remainder of the day is free to explore the city.
Overnight: Steigenberger Cecil Hotel (B,L)

Day +4: Alexandria
Saturday, October 19, 2024
This morning visit the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, featuring exhibits spanning from prehistoric times to the present, a vast archaeological display and a royal mummies gallery.

Afterward explore the architecturally stunning Bibliotheca Alexandrina, a recently constructed, modern interpretation of its ancient predecessor. This structure is poised to become as famous an architectural monument as Sydney’s Opera House. Here, in addition to the innovative and imaginative building, discover extraordinary documents and artifacts.

The afternoon and evening are at leisure to relax at the property or venture into town.
Overnight: Steigenberger Cecil Hotel (B,L)

Day +5: Alexandria | Cairo | Main Program Begins
Sunday, October 20, 2024
After breakfast return to Cairo to join fellow travelers on the main program.

B = Breakfast, L = Lunch

Pre-tour space is limited. We recommend reserving early for best availability.

(Itinerary subject to change.)

Activity Level

Moderate

Activities are generally not very strenuous, but a fair amount of walking can be expected. Guests on this program should be able to follow a guide at an average pace for two hours through paved and unpaved streets, over even and uneven terrain, and up and down stairs without assistance. Due to the nature of some structures, handrails may not be present, and facilities for people with disabilities may be limited. Participation in itinerary activities is up to the individual.

Accommodations

Marriott Mena House – Cairo

October 17

While touring bustling Cairo, spend leisure time and evenings amidst the luxurious and modern comforts of Marriott Mena House, located just 45 minutes outside of the city. The property offers glorious panoramic views of the pyramids, 40 acres of lavish gardens, four restaurants and lounges, a heated outdoor pool, a health club, and a full-service spa (additional fees for services).

Originally built as a hunting lodge in 1869, Mena House served as a private residence until 1886, when it was opened to the public as a hotel. It has hosted a variety of visitors, including Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra, and Charlie Chaplin.

Room Amenities: Individual climate control, sofa and chair, cable/satellite LCD TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, phone, alarm clock, mini-fridge, safe, complimentary bottled water, coffee maker, bathrobes and slippers, and en suite marble bathroom with sundries and hair dryer.

Steigenberger Cecil Hotel – Alexandria

October 18 - October 19

Known for its superb location directly on the Mediterranean harbor, the Cecil Hotel is a short walk to many of the city’s famous sights, such as the Bibliotheca Alexandrina and the Alexandria National Museum. The historic property showcases classic, elegant architecture and welcomes guests with two stylish restaurants and a cozy bar.

Room Amenities: Individual climate control, sea views, balcony, writing desk and chair, flat-screen TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, safe, complimentary bottled water upon arrival, coffee and tea maker, and en suite bathroom with sundries and hair dryer.

(Accommodations subject to change.)

What's Included

  • 3 nights luxury hotel accommodations
  • 3 breakfasts and 2 lunches
  • Touring by an English-speaking guide
  • Admission to all sites listed in the itinerary
  • Guided Alexandria city tour, including the Roman Amphitheatre
  • All gratuities and porterage
  • All airport and hotel transfers

Optional Post-Tour

Jordan


Step back in time to the ancient world of the Middle East, where overwhelming historic architecture towers over the present day. Embrace the endless layers of spiritual and religious icons dotting this Holy Land, culminating with a once-in-a-lifetime visit to the Dead Sea.

Itinerary

Day 14: Cairo | Flight to Amman
Friday, November 1, 2024
A sprawling city spread over 19 hills, Amman is the modern—as well as the ancient—capital of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Known as Rabbath-Ammon during the Iron Age and later as Philadelphia, the city was once part of the Decapolis League (10 cities in eastern Palestine that were formed after the Roman conquest of Palestine in 63 B.C.). The city now boasts a population of around four million people. Begin by exploring the region's history at the Jordan Museum, then ascend to the Amman Citadel for a spectacular view of the old city, including the 6,000-seat 2nd-century Roman theatre. 
Overnight: InterContinental Amman Hotel (L,D)

Day 15: Amman | Jerash 
Saturday, November 2, 2024
Travel to Jerash, the city of 1,000 Pillars. Buried beneath sand for centuries and excavated during the past 70 years, the ruins of Jerash reveal urban development from an ancient time, such as paved streets, public plazas, temples, and fountains. Admire its Triple Arched Gate, the enormous Hippodrome, the Roman Amphitheatre, and the only Roman Forum surrounded by 63 jonick columns.
Overnight: InterContinental Amman Hotel (B,L,D)

Day 16: Amman | Madaba | Mount Nebo | Petra
Sunday, November 3, 2024
After breakfast, explore the prosperous ecclesiastical center of Madaba, where some of the world's finest Byzantine mosaics were produced between the 4th and 7th centuries. Several church floor mosaics can be seen in their original locations, including Madaba's real masterpiece inside the Orthodox Church of Saint George. It features a 6th-century A.D. map of Jerusalem and the Holy Land, which is the earliest religious map of that area to survive from antiquity. 

Afterward, travel to Mount Nebo, which overlooks the Dead Sea, Jordan's River Valley, Jericho, and the distant hills of Jerusalem. A small church was built on Mount Nebo in the 4th century to commemorate the end of Moses' life. The church was subsequently expanded in the 5th and 6th centuries into the present-day large basilica with its stunning collection of Byzantine mosaics.
Overnight: Mövenpick Resort Petra (B,L,D)

Day 17: Petra
Monday, November 4, 2024
Spend the day inside the ancient city of Petra, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985 and considered Jordan's most valuable treasure and greatest tourist attraction. A major caravan city for merchants during the Hellenistic and Roman times, Petra is impressively carved from the surrounding red rock cliffs and is the site of on-going archaeological excavation missions.
Overnight: Mövenpick Resort Petra (B,L,D)

Day 18: Petra | Little Petra | Dana | Dead Sea
Tuesday, November 5, 2024
Following check out, take a short drive north to Siq al-Barid, also known as “Little Petra.” This site is thought to have been an important “suburb” of Petra and features numerous tombs and temples. One of its main attractions is the Painted House, which contains some of the only remaining 1st-century Nabatean frescoes.

Continue to the 15th-century stone village of Dana, where the buildings have rarely changed over the past five centuries. The village is also within Jordan’s largest nature reserve and renowned for its hiking. Take a stroll through the pomegranate grove, then enjoy lunch with the special treat of spectacular vistas over the rugged landscape of canyons and peaks.

The day concludes at the Dead Sea, with its warm, soothing, and supremely salty water. With its sea bed resting some 1,400 feet below sea level, the Dead Sea's azure waters contain a high concentration of minerals, creating an incredibly buoyant site for soaking and rejuvenating.
Overnight: Mövenpick Resort & Spa Dead Sea (B,L,D)

Day 19: Dead Sea | Amman
Wednesday, November 6, 2024
Spend a leisurely day at the Dead Sea. Enjoy a sumptuous breakfast and lunch, and perhaps take time for a mud mask and dip. 
Overnight: Mövenpick Dead Sea (B,L)

Day 20: Depart for U.S.
Thursday, November 7, 2024
Guests departing during the suggested times will check out of the hotel and take the complimentary group transfer to Amman’s Queen Alia International Airport for flights home. (B)

B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner

Post-tour space is limited. We recommend reserving early for best availability.

(Itinerary subject to change.)

Activity Level

Moderate

Activities are generally not very strenuous, but there is a considerable amount of walking. Guests should be able to walk miles over uneven surfaces, climb stairs and stand for long periods of time to fully enjoy this program. Due to the nature of some structures, handrails may not be present, and facilities for people with disabilities are limited. Participation in itinerary activities is up to the individual.

Accommodations

InterContinental Amman Hotel

November 1 - November 2

Situated at the top of one of Amman's seven hills, this five-star property provides modern amenities with a Middle Eastern touch. Bright, elegantly appointed rooms feature colorful décor and vibrant furnishings. 

Room Amenities: Individual climate control, writing desk, cable TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, safe, and en suite bathroom with sundries and hair dryer.

Mövenpick Resort Petra

November 3 - November 4

Conveniently located at the entrance to the city of Petra—one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world—Mövenpick Resort's five-star comforts welcome travelers with luxurious flair. During free time, unwind in the sauna or take in the unparalleled views from the rooftop terrace. 

Room Amenities: Individual climate control, writing desk, HDTV, phone, complimentary Wi-Fi, complimentary minibar, coffee and tea maker, safe, bathrobes and slippers, and en suite bathroom with sundries and hair dryer.

Mövenpick Resort & Spa Dead Sea

November 5 - November 6

Perched directly on the north shore of the Dead Sea, this genuine Arabic resort village boasts of uninterrupted views and an enchanting atmosphere. After soaking in the sea, take a dip in the pool or visit one of the nine restaurants and bars to sample a tea, cocktail or variety of delectable cuisine.

Room Amenities: Individual climate control, private balcony or terrace with sea view, TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, complimentary minibar, coffee maker, and en suite bathroom with Natural Dead Sea sundries and hair dryer...

(Accommodations subject to change.)

What's Included

  • Internal airfare from Cairo to Amman
  • 6 nights luxury accommodations 
  • 6 breakfasts, 6 lunches, and 5 dinners
  • Admission to all sites listed in the 6-day itinerary
  • Touring by an English-speaking guide
  • All gratuities and porterage
  • Airport transfers for guests departing during the suggested times

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