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Egypt & Kenya – Pyramids, The Nile, & The ‘Big Five’

Price Starting at $13,795.00

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Savor some of man and nature’s greatest creations on a cultural and wildlife safari to Egypt and Kenya. Beginning in Cairo, behold the majestic Sphinx, the towering pyramids, and the treasures of the Pharaohs. Then it’s on to Kenya to experience exciting wildlife viewing at some of its most beautiful locations – Samburu, Lakes Nakuru, Naivasha & Elmenteita, and the legendary Maasai Mara. Return to Cairo with a chance to discover the life blood of Egypt on a Nile cruise, and marvel at ancient temples, modern wonders and impressive monuments. Welcoming local cultures, awesome monuments, distinctive landscapes and irresistible animals will make this a true African Odyssey.

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Fly overnight to Cairo, where you are escorted to your luxury hotel built around an ancient palace in the heart of Cairo. Enjoy a welcome dinner tonight. CAIRO MARRIOT.

(Meals Aloft, Dinner)

Prices vary by season and package. Please inquire by phone at (800) 627-1244 or email for more information and a pricing estimate.

  • Superior accommodations throughout as indicated or similar.
  • 4-Day/3-Night Nile cruise aboard the M/S Sonesta St. George, or similar.
  • Welcome and Farewell Dinners; breakfast daily; all meals while on safari and cruise and other meals as specified.
  • English-speaking expert Egyptologist throughout Egypt and English-speaking guide during Jordan extension. Naturalist guide while in Kenya.
  • Sightseeing by private motorcoach in Egypt and Jordan; land cruisers are used in Kenya with guaranteed window seats.
  • All applicable hotel and lodge taxes and gratuities for baggage handling.
  • All entry and park fees.
  • Complimentary luggage tags and water bottle.
  • Complimentary emergency evacuation insurance.
There are basically two seasons in Egypt: a relatively cool season that lasts November-March (by far the better touring season) and a hot season April-October. The Red Sea coast has fewer extremes and is nice year-round. In the spring (especially late March to early April), sand and dust storms called khamsin blow in and can reduce visibility (sometimes even in Cairo) to less than 100 feet.