Egypt and Red Sea Cruises

Egypt and Red Sea Cruises have long been favourites for their assured sunshine, friendly people and ancient history. Explore the many attractions of Cairo from the monumental Pyramids of Giza to the tiniest shops of the medieval market quarter and the breathtaking temples and tombs of Upper Egypt, dive or snorkel the clear waters of the Red Sea or simply relax beside a golden beach.

Cairo is a must for those wanting explore Egypt’s fascinating history with a stop at the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities a must see with the eerie mummy room, the treasures and magnificent mask of King Tutankhamun. Further out is Giza where you’ll find the ancient sites of the Pyramids and the Sphinx. Among these spectacular sites you’ll find many markets and the hurly-burly of Africa’s largest city. Cairo can also be twinned with a stop on the red sea for beach and relaxation or a pleasant Nile cruise and the ancient sites down at Luxor.

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Luxor boasts many of Egypt's historical, archaeological sites including the Valley of the Kings, the ruins of the ancient city of Thebes on the west bank of the Nile and the Temple of Karnak. One of the best ways of experiencing all of these spectacular sites is to take a Nile cruise between Luxor and Aswan. The extraordinary temples and the colourfully decorated royal tombs and picturesque ruins of Luxor make up three millennia of Egypt’s history including the Old Kingdom to the Roman conquest and every notable era and empire in between.

Sharm el Sheikh is one of the very best dive destinations in the world. With year- round sunshine, excellent value for money, clear waters and copious underwater life in Egypt make the Red Sea a popular choice for experienced PADI divers and novices alike. Relax in this luxurious resort or try a few elating activities on the beach. The vibrant coral waters of the Red Sea offer arguably one of the finest and most accessible diving and snorkeling sites in the world.

Hurghada was founded in the early 20th century, and until a few years ago, remained a small fishing village. Today, it has gone on to become one of the foremost tourist resorts of the Red Sea coast and an international centre for aquatic sports. The unique underwater gardens offshore are some of the finest in the world, justifiably famous amongst divers. It is also possible to travel overland from here to experience the history of Luxor and its ancient ruins.

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