Going wild in Egypt

PERTH-BASED Wildlife Safaris and Emirates have introduced Eternal Egypt, an 11-day tour that combines travel to Alexandria, Emirates’ latest destination, and a luxury cruise down the Nile. First night after your arrival in Alexandria is at the Movenpick Pyramids Hotel and the next morning there is a tour of the famous Cairo Museum of Antiquities, home of the most important collection of Pharonic antiquities, including the treasures of Tutankhamen. After lunch, the Giza and the pyramids of Cheops, Chepren and Mykerinos await and the great Sphinx. The evening is spent watching the sound and light show at the Sphinx. Next morning, a short flight to Luxor will have you aboard the Radamis Nile Cruiser. The next four days are relaxing with shore excursions to visit the great wonders of ancient Egypt including the Valley of the Kings. The cruise ends at the great Aswan dam. The tour returns to Alexandria for two nights staying at the Sheraton El Montaza. The tour also makes for a fascinating side trip to a business trip to Dubai. Cost ex Perth with economy class seating is $3,495 and this includes all meals on the cruise and full breakfasts in Cairo and Alexandria. Details: travel agents.

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