Nile Cruise on the Steigenberger Legacy from just £898pp

A Nile cruise is the ideal way to go back in time, and visit some of the amazing temples and other monuments from ancient Egypt. You will fly from Heathrow on a Monday on EgyptAir scheduled flights, and then enjoy a 7-night Nile cruise from just £898pp, based on two people sharing. This price includes your return flights, resort transfers 7 nights full board on the 5-star deluxe Steigenberger Legacy, and the following excursions.

  • Valley of the Kings
  • Temple of Hatshepsut
  • Valley of the Queens
  • Colossi of Memnon
  • Temples of Karnak and Luxor
  • Temple of Esna or Edfu
  • Temple of Sobek (Kom Ombo)
  • High Dam at Aswan
  • Temple of Philae
  • Old Granite Quarries & the Unfinished Obelisk
  • Felucca trip

A small number of optional excursions are available, including Abu Simbel, Nubian Village and a Sound & Light Show. These can be booked in advance, to be sure of availability, or onboard the boat.

Click on the following link for details and photos of the 5-star deluxe Steigenberger Legacy

The price of £898pp applies to Monday departures from 16th April 2018 to 9th July 2018. The single occupancy supplement would be £199. A drinks package is available for £120 for the 7 nights. If you would like to book, or for prices for any other Monday departure this year, call Ian at Nile Cruises with GoCruise on 08002922850 or 01455821770.

Please note that while prices are correct at the time of posting, they are subject to availability, and can be changed by the tour operator at any time, without notice. It is anticipated that between 5th June 2018 and 2nd September 2018, flights will be indirect via Cairo, but direct to Luxor for the rest of the year. Call Ian for an up-to-date check on availability and price.

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