Egypt: Seven Night Nile Cruise For Two With Full Board and Airport Transfers for £559 or With Option of Sightseeing Tours for £896 on the Swiss Inn Radamiss II (Up to 69% Off)
- Large luxury cruise ship
- Leisure facilities on-board
- Return trip departing from Luxor via Edfu and Aswan
- Full board cruise with buffet breakfast, lunch, and dinner
- Double cabin with TV and Wi-Fi
- Stops at the Karnak Temples, Valley of the Kings, Horus Temple, and Temple of Isis
- Tours include trips to Luxor, Aswan, Edfu, and Kom Ombo Transfers from Luxor airport
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required online at: grouponbookings.co.uk/meeting-point-egypt. 14 day cancellation policy. Valid for standard cabin with full board. Check-in on board Monday only; cruise departure Tuesday only. Airport transfers organised upon redemption. One child aged 4 or under can stay free of charge in room. One child aged 5-11 incurs supplementary charge of 50% of the price for one adult, dependent on option purchased. Max 1 child per cabin. Single occupancy subject to a 75% supplementary charge. Tips (£30) not included; payable directly. Flights not included. Original value based on rack rates. Valid on option purchased only.
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Idling past bankside brush, resting camels, and sun-baked desert vistas, the Swiss Inn Radamis II provides an impressive platform from which to take in iconic views of the Nile’s legendary course. The sand-swathed expanses of Luxor conceal subterranean tombs, the caverns of which nestle beneath some of the world’s oldest man-made columns. Elsewhere, modern Egyptian towns and cities bustle in stark contrast to the hieroglyphs and grandeur of old, and dazzle visitors with their fine dining and warm hospitality.
Sail through history with today's Groupon on the Swiss Inn Radamis II from Meeting Point Egypt. Choose from the following options:
In a standard cabin with full board and airport transfers
• £896 for a seven night Nile cruise for two (Up to 56% off)
In a standard cabin with full board, airport transfers and a guided sightseeing tour of Karnak Temple, the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, Edfu Temple, Komobo Temple, and Philea Temple in Aswan
Setting sail in luxurious style, the Swiss Inn Radamis II is kitted out with a veritable treasure trove of on-board comforts. The ship’s handsomely furnished interiors abound with drinking and dining options, while chefs plate up an international variety of delights at the elegant Orangerie Restaurant. Robust BBQ meats and refreshing beverages can be enjoyed on the spacious Sun Deck, alongside the beckoning waters of the swimming pool. Elsewhere, legs can be stretched with workouts at the King Tut fitness suite where treadmills, exercise bikes, and other nifty apparatus complement a selection of spa treatments. On the lower deck, the tranquillity of the ship’s library is broken only by the rustling of pages as guests take a moment in the shade to enjoy one of the many books on offer.
Spanning roughly 20 square metres, an air conditioned cabin awaits guests as they open the door to admire panoramic windows, flat screen television, and handy Wi-Fi access. River-cruising travellers can look-forward to a daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner as the ship’s cooks conjure up on-board treats to suit the most discerning palates. A refined afternoon tea of sandwiches and dainties will also be available on most days.
Boarding on a Monday, the Radamiss II sails the 220km between Luxor and Aswan over seven nights, arriving back in Luxor the following Monday. Stepping out on the Tuesday, visitors can get back on dry land to explore the ancient temples of Karnak and Luxor, where the pharaonic statues and obelisks will astonish and inspire. A colourful welcome reception of on-deck cocktails will conclude the evening, before a visit on the third day to the stunning West Bank and the world-famous Valley of the Kings and Valley of the Queens, where ornate tombs, sand-ravaged colossi, and the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut stand in timeless majesty. After boarding once again, guests can pass the rest of the day with an afternoon tea and show in the evening, while the captain pushes onward to Edfu via Esna. The following day in Edfu will allow a further brush with the past as the cruise reaches the Temple of Horus, where visitors can examine proud stone likenesses of the falcon-headed god, before returning to the ship for a mid-evening belly dancing display while en route to Aswan. A day spent in this city may see travellers scale the skillfully engineered High Dam, uncover the island-top temple of Isis, or visit the half-hewn obelisk which juts out of the local quarry. A concluding day of leisure on the Saturday will provide the chance for adventure around Aswan’s palm-fringed bazaars, weathered monoliths, and boat-strewn quay, while most of Sunday is spent sailing back to Luxor with disembarkation after breakfast on the Monday.
If the sightseeing option is purchased, entrance fees and transfers to Karnak Temple, Valley of the Kings, Edfu Temple, Komombo Temple, and Philea Temple in Aswan are all included, with an English-speaking Egyptologist acting as a guide. If not, guests may do as they please at each location, or can arrange their own transport and entrance to the individual attractions as they wish.
Arid daylight heat with a sharp drop in temperature after nightfall.
Flights: Low-cost airlines operate direct flights from London Heathrow and London Gatwick, Manchester, while indirect flights are available from London City, Edinburgh, Manchester, Cardiff, and Birmingham to Luxor airport.
Airport: The deal includes transfers from Luxor’s international airport, and should be arranged when booking.
It will be dusty in whichever location you visit around Luxor, so those with easily irritated eyes and skin should be sure to take the appropriate precautions to avoid discomfort.
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