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b. Prize value: AU$16,660.00
c. 15-day trip to Egypt for two adults. Prize includes
2x return economy airfares from the winner’s nearest capital city to Cairo, Egypt;
2x transfers between airport and accommodation on arrival and departure in Cairo, Egypt;
10 nights twin share, minimum 4-star accommodation and 4 nights accommodation on a cruise ship;
Various sightseeing activities included on the Peregrine Adventures 15-Day Premium Egypt Adventure Tour. For a full list of
inclusions, see Schedule.
14 breakfasts, 4 lunches and 8 dinners.
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Intrepid Travel Pty Ltd (ABN 35 007 172 456) trading as Peregrine Adventures
Holiday Name: Premium Egypt Adventure
Holiday description: 15-Day adventure with modern comforts through Cairo, Luxor and Aswan for 2 including flights.
Discover the contrasts of modern and ancient Egypt on this premium adventure. Beginning and ending in Cairo, Egypt’s
capital, you’ll witness the magnificent pyramids, take a 4-day cruise down the legendary Nile River and learn about the
mystery and beauty of these ancient lands in person. Visit the tombs of ancient pharaohs; share meals with local families
and stand in awe of gigantic, rock-cut statues, all while staying in premium accommodation.
Prize Details:
Total prize pool value: $16,660
1 x Prize Available
The prize is a trip for 2 (two) people, (travelers must be aged 18+) on the Peregrine Adventures 15 day Premium Egypt
The prize includes return economy airfares from the winner’s closest international airport in Australia, and transfers on
arrival and departure in Egypt.
Tour Length: 15 Days
Begins: Cairo, Egypt
Ends: Cairo, Egypt
Tour Details:
Meals: 14 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 8 dinners
Accommodation: Comfortable Hotel (10 nights), Cruise Ship (4 nights)
Star rating: Approx. 4 x star
Tour inclusions:
Cairo – Pyramids and Sphinx
Cairo – The Egyptian Museum (Min 2 customers)-Transfers/Entry/Guiding -p/p
Cairo – The Egyptian Museum headset
Alexandria – Wadi El Natron
Alexandria – Anba Bishoy Monastery
Alexandria – Al Montazah Palace & Gardens -Entry Fee
Alexandria – Catacombs of Kom Ash-Suqqafa
Alexandria – Bibliotheca Alexandria
El Alamein – War cemeteries and museum
Luxor – Karnak Temple -Entry Fee
Luxor – Hatshepsut Temple -Entry Fee
Luxor – Valley of the Kings (3 tombs)
Luxor – Tut Ank Amon Tomb
Aswan – Kom Ombo Temple -Entry Fee
Aswan – Philae Temple -Entry Fee
Aswan – Sharia el Souk Walking Tour
Abu Simbel – Abu Simbel temples
Abu Simbel – Abu Simbel Sound and Light Show
Aswan – High Tea Old Cataract Hotel
Aswan – Elephantine Island
Aswan – Felucca Ride incl sundowner (Peregrine moment)
Aswan – High Dam and Unfinished Obelisk Tour (Min 2 customers) Transfers/Entry/Guiding-p/p
Unfinished Obelisk Entrance
Cairo – Downtown Cairo Walking and Tasting Tour (Peregrine moment)
Cairo – Khan al-Khalili Bazaar
Cairo – Ibn Tulun Mosque
Cairo – Gayer Anderson
Cairo – Home Cooked Meal
Cairo – Home Cooked Meal (feature meal)
Day Itinerary/Activity
Day 1: Cairo
Welcome to Egypt! You’ll be met at Cairo International Airport by a Peregrine
representative and transferred to your hotel. You’re welcome to arrive at any
time, but please note that there’s an important meeting at 6 pm with your local
leader and fellow travellers, which the hotel reception will have details about. If
you do happen to arrive early, there’s plenty to hold your attention in this
chaotic city of contrasts. Perhaps take a stroll around the markets or, if there’s
time, jump in a felucca for a sail down the Nile.
Day 2: Cairo
Be sure to charge your camera because after breakfast we’ll travel to arguably
the most recognisable structures in the world: the Great Pyramids of Giza and
the Sphinx. Instantly familiar yet so utterly mysterious, these incredible feats of
engineering are simply breathtaking when seen up close. For an additional
charge you may be able to step inside the Great Pyramid of Khufu (or
Cheops), though these are occasionally closed to visitors for various reasons.
After spending some time exploring these ancient wonders and eating lunch,
we’ll continue to the Egyptian Museum where an expert guide will talk you
through Egypt’s rich history. This is one of the world’s great museums and
home to an unimaginable collection of antiquities, making it the perfect
introduction to your Egyptian experience. You’ll have some free time to explore
on your own, perhaps choosing to visit the Royal Mummy Room for an
additional cost.
The rest of the day is free for you to do as you wish. The facilities at your hotel,
the Meridian Pyramids, are phenomenal making it the perfect place to
recuperate from the day’s activities. In the evening you may want to consider
the sound and light show at the pyramids, which your leader can help with, or
maybe grab a taxi and explore Cairo on your own. For something a little bit
special, you could also take a dinner cruise down the Nile.
Day 3:
The journey continues along the Cairo–Alexandria road after breakfast,
stopping in Wadi El Natrun after approximately 100 kilometres. This area
became a sanctuary for Christians after Saint Macarius the Great retreated
here in AD360, and there were once some 60-odd monasteries in the Wadi
though now only four remain. One of these is Anba Bishoy Monastery, named
for Saint Bishoi who came to the site to live in solitude. Take a wander around
the gardens and observe the resident monks as they go about their daily lives,
then visit the church itself for expansive views over the desert. Continue this
afternoon to the city of Alexandria, which was founded by Alexander the Great
and is often referred to as the Pearl of the Mediterranean.
Day 4:
Enjoy a full day exploring Alexandria, Egypt’s second-largest city. Visit
Pompey’s Pillar and the Catacombs of Kom El Shuqafa, a Roman burial site
dating back to the 2nd century that wasn’t discovered until 1900, allegedly
when a donkey fell through a hole in the ground. The fascinating tombs were
created during a transitional period in Alexandria’s history and interestingly
feature Greek, Egyptian and Roman elements. Continue to the Great Library of
Alexandra (now the Bibliotheca Alexandrina), which is found where the Library
of Ptolemies once stood some 1700 years ago, or so archaeologists believe.
Finish up with a stop at the Montazah Palace and Royal Gardens, a complex
featuring beautifully maintained gardens and two royal palaces built during the
19th and 20th centuries. Spend the evening by the water wandering along The
Corniche or relax back at your hotel.
Day 5: Cairo
Today the group will travel 100 kilometres south of Alexandria for a more
sombre experience at the historic battle site of El Alamein. It was here that
British and Commonwealth soldiers fought a decisive Allied victory against the
German Afrika Korps that defined the North African campaign. Both sides
suffered heavy losses and the memorial commemorates nearly 12,000
Commonwealth servicemen who died in the Western Desert campaigns during
the Second World War. Return to Cairo in the afternoon and spend the
evening visiting Tahrir Square in Downtown Cairo, the site of the political
demonstrations that led to the 2011 Egyptian Revolution.
Day 6: Nile
Transfer to Cairo Airport after breakfast and board a one-hour flight to Luxor.
Often referred to as Thebes, its ancient name, Luxor was the pharaoh’s capital
during their height of their power and is now perhaps the world’s greatest
open-air museum. Upon arriving in Luxor, transfer to your premium Nile cruise
ship where you’ll unpack, settle in and become acquainted with your floating
home for the next four nights. This afternoon you’ll visit Karnak, one of the
world’s most celebrated temple complexes, which was built over a period of
approximately 200 years. Some parts of it date back to 2055 BC and your
guided tour will take you to its finest sections. The rest of the afternoon and
evening is free for you to relax, take a shopping trip through the bazaar or
perhaps relax in the atmosphere of a local teahouse.
Day 7: Nile
Rise early this morning to journey into the Valley of the Kings. There are over
60 pharaoh tombs buried under the hills here, many of which are richly
decorated, and your guide will take you through this sprawling, spectacular
place where discoveries are still being made. Learn about the funerary rites of
the ancient Egyptians and the significance of the paintings and hieroglyphics,
and visit the final resting place of Tutankhamun, the boy-king whose tomb was
once thought to be cursed. You’ll visit another three royal tombs and continue
to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, which is set in a spectacular natural
amphitheatre. Your final stop is the Colossi of Memnon – giant statues that
once formed part of an impressive colonnade – before returning to the boat for
a leisurely lunch. Enjoy some time relaxing either on deck or in your cabin
before setting sail upstream to Edfu, where you’ll arrive late in the evening.
Day 8: Nile
Wake up by the city of Edfu, home to a beautifully preserved temple dedicated
to Horus (please see the ‘special information’ section below today’s itinerary
regarding visiting the temple). Continue travelling upriver and soak up life on
the river as farmers and fishermen work on the Nile’s bank. This afternoon’s
destination is the Temple of Kom Ombo, about 45 kilometres north of Aswan,
which sits ruined on the river’s edge. The temple, which sits by the river’s
edge, is dedicated to Horus and Sobek, the god’s of protection and fertility
respectively, and was built during the Ptolemaic dynasty around 180 BC. The
temple itself is split into two identical sections with each dedicated to either
god, and there have been recent discoveries of mummified crocodiles in the
Sobek section that are now displayed in the attached museum. After visiting
the temple, board your boat around 6 pm and sail on to Aswan, arriving at
approximately 9.30 pm.
Day 9: Nile
Spend the morning visiting the temple complex of Philae including the stunning
Temple of Isis, located on Agilkia Island. The temple was reassembled in this
location after being saved from rising waters and is a true architectural gem
featuring some of Egypt’s finest carvings. Some Egyptologists believe that
Philae was the last active site of the ancient Egyptian religion and where the
last Egyptian hieroglyph was written. The dramatic approach to the temple is
undertaken by motorboat.
After exploring the site, return to your sailboat for lunch before boarding a
simple Nile felucca and visiting either El Nabatat Island or Kitchener’s Island,
home to the Aswan Botanical Gardens. These lush gardens are filled with
palms and plants from all over the world. After soaking up the serenity of the
gardens, return to the boat for a final evening being rocked to sleep by the
Nile’s waters.
Day 10: Abu
Travel by road this morning to Abu Simbel, a journey of approximately 3.5
hours. Your memorable hotel is located right by Lake Nasser and features lush
grounds, two swimming pools and fantastic views over the lake. Spending the
night here allows the group a chance to visit the Abu Simbel temples at a more
leisurely pace as opposed to a rushed, half-day trip. Built during the reign of
Ramesses II, these mammoth temples took 20 years to complete and feature
rock-cut statues of the pharaoh and the queen, some of which are 20 metres in
height. This evening will see the group heading back to these temples for a
sound and light show.
Day 11: Aswan
Travel back to Aswan, arriving in time for lunch and to check into the hotel.
Enjoy some free time before meeting up with the group later in the afternoon to
discover whether Agatha Christie really did write Death on the Nile in Aswan.
No trip down the Nile would be complete without a visit to the Old Cataract
Hotel, a 19th-century luxury hotel built by Thomas Cook that has hosted
guests including Princess Diana, Winston Churchill, Tsar Nicholas II and, of
course, Agatha Christie. Enjoy high tea in the luxurious surrounds then make
the most of a free evening to find a local gem for dinner – your leader can help
with recommendations.
Day 12: Aswan
This morning you’ll visit a more modern example of Egyptian engineering.
President Nasser ordered the construction of the Aswan High Dam, located 13
kilometres south of Aswan, after the 1952 Egyptian Revolution and while it
may have been a controversial project that required the relocation of many
ancient temples and statues, it’s had a huge, mostly positive impact on the
region. Afterwards the group will swing past the Unfinished Obelisk, an
abandoned obelisk that, had it been completed, would’ve been the largest
obelisk ever erected in ancient Egypt.
Return to Aswan for some time to relax and refresh, then meet your loeader in
the late afternoon to board a felucca and sail to the settlement of Elephantine
Island. This island was once thought to be the home of Khnum, the god who
guarded and controlled the Nile’s waters. Enjoy a sunset drink on the river
before disembarking at a village to join a local family for a traditional Nubian
Day 13: Cairo
This morning you’ll transfer to the airport for a 1.5-hour flight back to Cairo.
Settle into your hotel in Downtown Cairo then meet up with the group in the
early afternoon for a walking tour of the area. Bring your appetite, as you’ll
discover the Downtown food scene and taste some local favourites such as
koshari, which is made of rice, macaroni and lentils mixed together, topped
with a spicy tomato sauce with garlic vinegar and garnished with chickpeas
and crispy fried onions – it’s unbeatable.
Day 14: Cairo
Spend the day discovering yet another layer of Egyptian history: medieval
Cairo. Visit Khan al-Khalili Bazaar, the Mosque of Ibn Tulun and the Gayer-
Anderson Museum, a building associated with several fascinating legends.
Explore the ‘Khan’, a labyrinthine area filled with sprawling alleyways packed
with shops, cafes and more. This is a quintessential Cairo experience, home to
the gold market, perfume street and the spice market. If you need a quick
break, don’t miss a chance to relax and drink Arabic coffee or mint tea from El
Fishawy – Cairo’s oldest café. To celebrate your final evening, you’ll get to
share an authentic Egyptian meal with a local family. Be welcomed into their
home, chat with the family about life in Egypt and learn how to make some of
your favourite traditional dishes while enjoying the delicious food. It’s the
perfect way to end this adventure.
Day 15: Cairo
Your trip comes to an end today after breakfast. Check out is generally around
12 noon, though you’re free to depart at any stage beforehand. If you have
arranged a private airport transfer you will be advised of the pick-up time, and
additional accommodation can be pre-booked if you wish to spend more time
exploring Cairo.