A world of archaeological treasures.
Travel back in time and experience the oldest destination on earth – a land that gave birth to the most impressive ancient civilizations known to man. Encounter the mystery of the painted Valley of the Kings, The Great Pyramids, Pharaohs and Sphinx. Grab a camel or jeep and embark on a desert journey trailing sand dunes to lush oases. Experience the color and chaos of Cairo’s wild bazaars filled with exotic sounds and scents. Uncover the ancient secrets of Egypt and say hello to King Tut while you’re there.
Discovery Adventures in Egypt
Ancient Egyptian Secrets
- 15 Days
Feel that familiar pull of adventure returning? There they are—the Great Pyramids of Giza. From Cairo’s ghostly monuments to a seaside paradise on the Red Sea, our expert guides will descend into the pages of history and join you in the exploration of Egypt’s ancient secrets and its legendary pharaohs. From the grandeur of Abu Simbel and a cruise down the Nile to a dinner with a local Nubian family, the mysteries of Egypt will etch themselves into your memory.
Archaeological Wonders of Egypt & Jordan
- 16 Days
It took archaeologist Howard Carter eight years of sweat and frustration to find the tomb of Tutankhamun. We doubt you’ll have nearly as much trouble. On this unforgettable voyage through the archaeological and natural marvels of the Ancient World, you’ll visit Egyptian temples and pyramids, walk the valleys of Petra, explore the magnificent Wadi Rum via 4x4 while travelling and sleeping in pure comfort. You don’t have to be of royal descent to appreciate the Valley of the Kings, but after 16 days with us, you’ll feel like one.
Egyptian Archaeology Adventure
- 9 Days
As you cross the sands into the shadow of the Sphinx, you’re reminded that Egypt is perfect for those that delight in mysteries. Feel the thrill of discovery as you pursue treasures through the halls of the Egyptian Museum and gems of a different sort in the Khan el-Khalili bazaar. In Abu Simbel, witness the glory of Ramses II and the modern engineering that saved it from ruin. Then, for a real taste of Egyptian culture, visit a Nubian village and share a traditional dinner with a local family. Embrace your inner archaeologist and discover the Land of the Pharaohs. Let’s go!
- Great Pyramids of Giza The only remaining site of the original Seven Wonders of the World and home to the Great Sphinx.
- The Cairo Museum One of the most famous museums in the world, it houses the largest collection of Egyptian treasures.
- Luxor The world’s greatest open-air museum is the home to Tut Ankh Amum’s tomb and the Valley of the Kings.