and Neighboring countries
Romance of the Near East ( 21 Days)
A Grand tour of Jordan ,Turkey and Egypt
Turkey's top sights-- Istanbul, Ephesus, Pamukkale, Konya, Cappadocia
and Ankara. Then on to the land of the Pharaohs: Tour Egypt's
top sights : Cairo , Giza, Luxor and Aswan , you 'll get to cruise
the Nile in Luxury . As well as get to see the top sights in Jordan
, including Amman, Petra, Wadi Rum .
, Jordan and Istanbul Grand Tour
A Grand 16 day tour : Istanbul , ancient Constantinople , Egypt
Cairo to Cape Town (18 Days)
With a Foray Into Petra Jordan
the Best of Jordan , Egypt and South Africa in 18 days
African Tour : From North To South Africa : 32
Tour Egypt, Morocco, South Africa and Tunisia
. In a Grand 32 Day African Tour, weekly, year Round
abd Athens In A Week (7 Days)
Give us 7 days, and we'll show you the best sights in Cairo , Athens
, Luxor and Athens ( 9 Days )
A 9-Day tour of Egypt and Greece . We'll show you the top sights
of Athens, Delphi, Argolis , Luxor
and Cairo . Arrive any day
Ancient World of Greece and Egypt (9 Days)
This nine-day tour with a 3 day Greek Cruise, takes you to Athens
and Classical Greece, then onward to view the highlights of ancient
Egypt. This tour starts weekly in Athens every Tuesday, from March
Ancient World in Ultimate Style
- Honeymooner's Special ( 9 Days)
The most discriminating of travelers will appreciate
nine days of the ultimate romantic escape to Cairo, Athens, and
a hideaway in the Greek Isles. Newlyweds: this is your dream honeymoon!
Ancient Isles and Treasures (10 days)
This 10 -day itinerary
combines the wonders of Ancient Egypt with Classical Athens &
the romance of the Greek Isles, flights are included between
Cairo,Athens, Mykonos & Rhodes ( Or Santorini) .
Weekly Friday : Apr - Oct.
Egypt - Turkey. The Grand Tour : (11 days)
Air fare is included from JFK. We show you the top sights in these
three historic countries in a 11 day grand tour.
Greece and Egypt:
Away in the Greek Isles With a Foray into Alexandria ,
Egypt : ( 12 Days ) .
Athens, Santorini , Crete , the village of Archova , Delphi and
Athens, the Greek Island of Santorini, Cairo & a deluxe Nile
cruise: (12 days)
Perfect for Honeymooners.
of the Greek Isles and the Nile
and (15 Days)
Greek Cruise &
a Nile Cruise plus Athens & Cairo in 13 day . Add
Abu Simbel Temples. Add
Istanbul and Turkey .
Ultra Deluxe version, or
without a Greek Cruise : 15 Days Edition:
Athens, Nauplia, Olympia, Delphi. For those who prefer to explore
Greece by land rather than on a cruise, then on to an in depth tour
Hopping and a Foray into Egypt :
Greece and Egypt Tour : 12-Days
If you have only a short time, this is the perfect getaway. Greek
Isles , the Turkish Riviera . Your days are filled with enough exotic
sights, sounds, scenes and scents to make it seem like weeks.Tour
Athens Santorini , Luxor and Cairo , the
Lair of Rameses : Tanis, modern San El Hagar--famed in the film
Raiders of the Lost Ark as the resting place of the Ark of the Covenant
and the Suez Canal,
add Argolis and Delphi .
the Mediterranean Tour Series
From Andalusia to Anatolia
Spain, Turkey and North Africa Grand Crossing
34 - Day :Turkey , Morocco , Tunisia, Spain and Egypt
the best way to see the best of Andalusia , Spain, Turkey , Anatolia
and Istanbul as well as
North Africa : Morocco , Tunisia , Egypt, the Great North African
Desert . Including Camping in the Sahara in Morocco . Tour
of Ancient Lands :
Tour Egypt, Israel , Palestine and Greece : (10 Days)
Queen for whom the sun shines : Private Tour of Queen
We rise very early in the morning to be able to secure entry to
the recently restored tomb of her Majesty Queen Nefertari, wife
of the mighty Pharaoh Ramses the Great , limited to the first
Long before Cleopatra humbled the ruler of Rome, an Egyptian queen
held power over the heart and soul of Ramses, Egypt's greatest
pharaoh. In the 12th century BC, a brokenhearted Ramses built
a grand funerary tomb for Queen Nefertari, "the Beautiful one,"
in the Valley of the Queens. It's been exquisitely restored with
the aid of an American endowment, and is among the rarest sights
in all Egypt: the only great tomb ever built by a pharaoh for
his late queen. Artistically, it is the closest thing you could
ever come to see the original Ancient Egyptian art in all of its
glory and finesse.
Because of its fragile nature, only a limited number of visitors
are allowed entry each day. We are the only company to include
a visit to Nefertari's tomb in our daily program. Because of the
limited access we must rise early for our visit, appropriate as
Ramses named Nefertari "the one for whom the sun shines."
and Nile Cruise visit and site order , sequence are always subject
others say about our services ..
From: "John Tillison" <john@t.......n.com> Date:
Thursday, February 08, 2007 8:38 PM
Subject: This testimonial is my pleasure,
do a lot of traveling and I have never seen such attention to detail.
Every aspect of the trip met and surpassed expectations, which made
the Egypt experience even more magical. Travel-in-Style is clearly
a class act.
Suzanne D.....e <d.....r@....ca>
Date: Wednesday, October 29, 2008 12:27 am
Subject: Re: Devonshire Family - How was the service
First, many thanks for the lovely kartouches. We were all thrilled
to receive them! It was a very nice gesture!
Also, thank you for your kind wishes and for following up with us.
We had a fabulous time and were very pleased with the people from
Sakkara Tours, particularly Wael in Cairo and Ahmed (? ) in Aswan.
Egypt was remarkable and we are thrilled to have visited all that
We found the Guides to be exceptional - especially Ashraf on the
Nile cruise and Hani at Petra. All of us enjoyed their company and
wished we could have had more time with each - especially Ashraf.
He was truly outstanding. My husband told him, as well, that he
was particularly patient with all the female shoppers in our family!
We were really impressed, as well, with the staff on the Nile boat.
They were very accommodating, friendly and helpful. Additionally,
we thoroughly enjoyed The Four Seasons Hotels in both Cairo and
A few points for consideration are as follows:
1. The journeys to and from Jordan on the ferry were very difficult
days. Just a heads up for future clients. Although Petra was outstanding,
the days before and after were quite unpleasant and the logistics
were not as smooth as they had been on the rest of our trip especially
on the Egypt side. Things went much smoother on the Jordan side.
2. We would suggest that for future travel you might like to warn
clients about the Jordanian departure tax. Not being aware of the
tax we did not have sufficient Dinar. Throughout the rest of the
trip Visas and taxes were included.
Nevertheless, thank you for facilitating a most memorable and interesting
experience. We would not hesitate to recommend your services to
others and hope to book another vacation with you soon, as we appreciated
very much how Travel in Style made everything so effortless and
All the best,
Suzanne (and Glenn)
King's Chamber in the Great Pyramid was not meant to be visited:
Getting to it is challenging, and once you enter, it is very difficult
to turn back. The stone passage is only wide enough for one person.
You must be in good physical condition, able to climb several flights
of stairs, bend double, crouch and duck-walk for short distances.
The King's Chamber itself is the world's most claustrophobic place,
with dim light and heavy, hot, oxygen-poor air. There is no ventilation.
If you are at all sensitive to claustrophobia or confinement, or
if you have any sort of respiratory condition, for your own safety
and the safety of others, you must not enter the pyramid because
it is impossible to remove a person or to bring aid to them quickly
and Nile Cruise visit and site order , sequence are always subject
Gerwin, Ph.D., is Director of the Center for Anthroposophy, including
Chair of its Waldorf High School Teacher Education Program, and
Co-Director of the Research Institute for Waldorf Education. Himself
a Waldorf graduate, Dr. Gerwin has taught for 30 years at university
and high school levels in subjects including biology and history.
He is editor of four books related to Waldorf education ––
For the Love of Literature: A Celebration of Language and Imagination;
Genesis of a Waldorf High School; The Andover Proceedings: Tapping
the Wellsprings of Health in Adolescence; And Who Shall Teach the
Teachers: The Christ Impulse in Waldorf Education ––
as well as author of various articles on adolescence and the Waldorf
curriculum. Most recently he co-authored Survey of Waldorf Graduates,
the first comprehensive look at how North American Waldorf graduates
fare in college and beyond. With his wife Connie, Dr. Gerwin traveled
to Egypt in November 2009 as part of a sabbatical project to study
the mythological background of embryology and the earliest origins
of human sexuality. He offered the following comments on his trip,
which was organized by Travel in Style .com