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New brochure 2020 and 2021

Out now http://www.discoveregyptuk.co.uk


The brochure a wide choice of holiday itineraries, twin and multi-centre options and escorted tours, Key highlights of the new brochure include:

  • New 7-night, Israel Heritage Tour visiting many iconic sights including Jerusalem, the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem and the Dead Sea, starting from £1,599 per person and the Classic Jordan with prices also from £1,599 per person, not least the Spectacular Egypt and Jordan Tour, which combines two great destinations and leads in at £2,569 per person
  • New hotels in Cairo, the Steigenberger El Tahrir and Conrad Hilton, which combined with a 7-night Nile cruise, with 3-nights in Cairo starts from £1,295. Plus two new hotels have been added in Luxor, the Sofitel Winter Palace and Hilton
  • The renovated five-star MS Tulip makes its brochure debut, with just 50 guest cabins and a chic and stylish interior, featured alongside the Sonesta Star Goddess, one of the finest boast on the Nile and the Mayfair, giving guests a choice of luxury boats and Nile cruise itineraries
  • Discover Egypt is one of the only UK tour operators to include direct flights to Luxor for most Nile cruises (except between 3 June and 2 September). The lead in for a 7-night Nile cruise on board the MS Tulip is £1,047 per person, including return flights, transfers in resort, full board cruise and 10 excursions accompanied by an Egyptologist
  • 11-night and 14-night Ultimate Nile cruise on board the Steigenberger Royale that sails the Nile between Aswan (or Luxor) and Cairo, visiting the Pyramids and rarely-explored temples and tombs in Middle Egypt.  This offers an opportunity to see some of the less-visited sites between the Pyramids and ancient Thebes and has a lead in price starts £1899.

On line brochure http://www.discoveregyptuk.co.uk or as hard copy from Discover Egypt on

020 7407 2111 or  request by email to sales@discoveregypt.co.uk

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