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Tour Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia

In a Grand North Africa 21 Days Tour
starts weekly . Year Round

 

Family vacation, honeymoon tour, adventure tour

 



We'll take you through North Africa, The Ancient Nile Kingdoms of the mighty Pharaohs, Cairo , Giza, enjoy a 5 day Nile Cruise, then its off to Carthage, capital of the legendary Hannibal, but there's much more to this tour. You'll also Continue west on across North Africa to Morocco. Marrakech, Fez and Casablanca , visit ancient cities, desert oases, curious troglodyte dwellings, Islamic splendors, and Roman ruins in Africa !
Add South Africa .

 

 

 

DAY 1 - CAIRO - Sunday
We arrive in Cairo with the dawn, visa may be issued upon arrival at Cairo Airport
, no photos required . VIP Arrival Hall At Cairo Airport
Our representative greets you at the airport and whisks you to your hotel. Visa will be issued upon arrival at Cairo Airport for a limited number of citizens such as : American, Australian, NZ , EU , Canadian , EU Singaporean and Japanese citizens ,You are responsible for having your passport in order valid at least for 6 month beyond the date of your arrival in Cairo. Our local rep. meets with a sign that carries your name, and will be waiting for you with the prepaid visa stamps to proceed to the passports control to stamp your passports, then you claim your luggage, after you clear the passport and customs formalities and exiting the terminal, our local representative will escort you (private vehicle) to the hotel .
Welcome fruit basket & Egyptian pastry awaits you in your room with our compliments

 

 

 

DAY 2 - CAIRO - Monday (BL)
On your first full day in Egypt we show you the Egyptian Museum, including the Mummies Pavilion and King Tut's Gold Treasure Pavilion, the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, the Citadel of Saladin, and the Mohammed Ali Mosque, made of alabaster. Lunch will be served at Hadaik Al-Azhar ,
Taj Al-Sultan Restaurant or the Mena House, time permitting and subject to how heavy traffic is . Private air-conditioned vehicle , private chauffeur , private guide .

 

 


Honeymoon on board the  Nile  Cruise , cruise  Egypt


 

DAY 3 - ASWAN, Camel Caravan! Board your Nile Cruise- Tuesday (BLD)
We fly to Aswan and board our Nile cruiser in time for a delicious lunch. Complimentary welcome fruit basket awaits you in ear cabin. In the afternoon we enjoy a leisurely sail by graceful felucca on the Nile. Only for those who are interested: a short camel caravan & ride for almost half an hour to visit a local Nubian Village.

 

 

DAY 4 - ASWAN - KOM OMBO- On Board Your Nile Cruise - Wednesday (BLD)
First we tour new Nubian Museum then the awesome Aswan dams, and next an ancient granite quarry complete with an unfinished obelisk. Then we go by motor launch to the island temples of Philae. Re-embarking on our Nile cruiser, we sail downstream to Kom Ombo to visit its twin temples.

 

 

 

DAY 5 - EDFU - ESNA - Thursday - On Board Your Nile Cruise (BLD)
We moor in Edfu, climb aboard horse-drawn carriages, and clip-clop through the town to the Temple of Horus, Egypt's best-preserved temple. Re-embarking, we cruise to Esna and its great temple dedicated to Khnum, the creator-god. Afternoon tea is served on deck. Evening finds us in Luxor.

 

 

 

 

DAY 6 - LUXOR - The Workers Village , the first known workers strike in history - On Board Your Nile Cruise - Friday (BLD)
We tour the magnificent tombs in the Valley of the Kings and the great temple of Queen Hatshepsut, we stop at the Colossi of Memnon before we
l continue on Luxor's west bank to get a totally different perspective on ancient Egyptian life, at the ancient workers' settlement of Deir el-Medinah.

While most of the imposing stone monuments and sites of Egypt honor the lives and after-lives of royalty, Deir el-Medinah gives us unique and surprising insights into the ordinary citizens who constructed and decorated the tombs.

Here we'll see the excavated homes shared by laborers with their domestic animals. These quarters were surprisingly large, with three good-sized rooms, courtyard, kitchen, and even storage cellars. While ancient Egypt might not have been a workers' paradise, we'll see that artisans and builders were highly regarded in their community. We are proud to be the only operator to offer regular visits to this singular ancient settlement in its tour and cruise programs.

Back to your cruise in time for lunch. Afternoon tea is served on deck. The gigantic Great Temple of Amon at Karnak, and the mighty Temple of Luxor are our goals in the afternoon

 

 

 

DAY 7 - LUXOR - CAIRO - Saturday (B)
Breakfast, check-out and a return flight to Cairo. Air fare within Egypt is included in economy class with tax .
In the afternoon, wander through the city on your own, or do your last-minute shopping.
All airport transfers are always on a private basis, private air-conditioned vehicle, private chauffeur.

 

 

 

DAY 8 - TUNIS - Sunday (B)
Board your flight heading west for Tunis. Air fare Cairo Tunis Marrakech is included in our rate , in economy class with tax.
Our local rep. will meet you upon arrival at Tunis Carthage International Airport. You'll be assisted with the formalities, and escorted to your hotel . There will be time to relax and recuperate from your journey, and enjoy the excellent facilities. If you wish, you can adventure into the center of Tunis to start your exploration of the winding alleys of the souk, filled with treasures of beaten brass and basketry and carpets, and merchants who will welcome you with traditional mint tea.
Private air-conditioned vehicle , private chauffeur , private guide .




DAY 9 - HAMMAMET, SOUSSE, MONASTIR, EL DJEM, SFAX - Monday (BLD)
After a leisurely breakfast, we'll set off to explore! Our first stop is Hammamet, a cosmopolitan port where sun-worshippers from all over happily coexist with fishermen and traditional ways. We'll stop at the port of El Kantaoui, and then proceed back into time to venerable Sousse, once the Phoenician City called Hadrumatum. We'll stroll through the medina, the old quarter, cooled by sea breezes, and visit the museum as well as the Ribat, a stronghold of the warriors of Islam. Then we'll continue to Monastir, where we'll stop for lunch, and visit its own notable ribat, as well as the Bourguiba Mosque, dedicated to the hero of Tunisia's independence. Lunch will be served at a comfortable four-star hotel. In El Djem, we'll marvel at an ancient amphitheater, before continuing to stop for the night in four-star lodgings in the bustling coastal city of Sfax.
Private air-conditioned vehicle , private chauffeur , private guide .





vacation to Tunisia , Honeymoon  on the  beach in Tunisia

 



DAY 10 - SFAX, DJERBA, GABES, MATMATA - Tuesday (BLD)
Our busy day starts with a drive to the coastal city of Gabes, a Roman outpost of old and a traditional market center where, for centuries, goods from across the sea and across the desert have changed hands. We'll visit the oasis, where palm groves and gardens flourish. We'll then cross to Djerba, an island where Ulysses once encountered the legendary Lotus-Eaters. You'll have time to explore the old quarters, including the synagogue of Hara Sghira, Hara Kebira with its modern Jewish community, and Guellala, with its craft stalls, and to see the waterfront and fishing fleet, and the lively town of Houmt Souk.

After a lunch stop, we'll cross back to the mainland. Our route takes us through terrain of increasingly sparse grasses and shrubs, into the desert to Matmata.

We'll stop to look in on a community of miniature underground houses, where the earliest settlers sheltered from the extremes of the desert above -- as do the Berbers of today. We'll settle in to comfortable lodgings and dinner at a four-star hotel.
Private air-conditioned vehicle , private chauffeur , private guide .

 

 



DAY 11 - MATMATA, KEBILI, DOUZ, TOZEUR - Wednesday (BLD)

We'll enjoy a full day of desert adventure, today. First we'll visit the village of Kebili, largest of a cluster of oases, islands of life in a harsh landscape, then proceed to Douz, fabled as the Gateway to the Sahara. There, a special treats waits, the opportunity to sample a caravan trek! This close encounter with a camel is entirely at your option! Afterwards, we set off across the Chott El Djerid, a great dry salt lake, for Tozeur. Here, we'll wonder at the ancient irrigation works, and visit the zoo. Our lodgings for the next two nights will be at the comfortable, four-star Hotel Ramla.
Private air-conditioned vehicle , private chauffeur , private guide .

 

 

 

DAY 12 - TOZEUR, NEFTA - Thursday (BLD)
We'll learn more about oases this morning. Despite the dryness of its surface, great aquifers underlie the Sahara. Where they spill their riches out in springs, they create the green havens of Tunisia's oases. We'll see a dramatic example, as we explore the irrigated fields around Tozeur and motor overland to the great palm groves at Nefta. Nefta is also an important religious center, with notable mosques, and a town of craftsmen, especially basket weavers. We'll return to Tozeur for lunch at our hotel, after which you're free until dinner. You can choose to enjoy the unique desert resort comforts at your hotel. Or, you might decide to wander the streets of Tozeur, look in on daily life, admire the classic North African houses built around patios on terraces above a river fed by springs, and shop for baskets and capes of camel hair.
Private air-conditioned vehicle , private chauffeur , private guide .

 

 

DAY 13 - TOZEUR, GAFSA, SBEITLA, KAIROUAN, TUNIS - Friday (BL)
We'll delve more into Tunisia's rich and varied past today, as we motor overland through pleasant, rolling coastal lands. At Gafsa, we'll see the Roman pools of Capsa, the ancient crossroads between desert oases and the cultivated coastal lands. We'll wonder at the Roman ruins of Suffetula, as well as the great mosque. Later in the day, we'll reach Kairouan, an ancient, holy, and vibrant city noted for its historic mosques and centers of learning. We'll lunch at the five-star Hotel La Kasbah. Kairouan also is noted for its souk, and the crafting of carpets and leather goods. Of course, there will be time to check out these wares, before we depart to Tunis, where a night's rest await us .
Private air-conditioned vehicle , private chauffeur , private guide .

 

 

DAY 14 - TUNIS, CARTHAGE, SIDI BOU SAID - Saturday (BL)
On our last full day, we'll marvel at the ruins of Carthage, a true metropolis of the ancient world, as evidenced by its theater, circus, baths, port installations, and extensive urban plan. We'll lunch at a fine local restaurant, then speed forward in time to the middle ages, as we visit the picture-perfect Moorish village of Sidi Bou Said. With its whitewashed walls and narrow lane ways, it's the perfect setting as we stop for traditional mint tea. Back in Tunis, we'll stop at the Bardo Museum, to view the most extensive Roman mosaics in the world. We'll then head for the Medina, the old quarter of the city, with its warrens of shops filled with wares ranging from humdrum to exotic. After a break to freshen up, we'll meet up at our hotel .
Private air-conditioned vehicle , private chauffeur , private guide .

 

 

DAY 15 - Morocco - Sunday (B)
After breakfast, our local personnel will escort you to the international airport, where you'll board your flight to Marrakech ( Via Casablanca).
Upon arrival we escort you to your hotel. Mint Tea & welcome local pastries & fruit awaits you at your hotel room.

 



DAY 16 - MARRAKECH - Monday
(B)
There is much to see in this great city which Winston Churchill called "the most beautiful place in the world at sunset." Today's tour explores: The top sights include the stately Koutoubia Minaret, the hidden tombs of the Saadian dynasty, the Menara pavilion and gardens, the ruins of sprawling Badi Palace, the Bahia Palace Museum, the Ben Yousef medersa, and the Koubba (chapel) of el-Ba'adiyn.
Private air-conditioned vehicle , private chauffeur , private guide .

 

 

 

DAY 17 - MARRAKECH - Home Hosted Dinner - Tuesday (BD)
Today tour Marrakech's fabulous medieval souk (bazaar)? Penetrating the labyrinthine souk, you'll see some of the age-old guilds at work, including the dyers and tanners. Save an hour--and bring your camera--for famous Djemaa el-Fna square with its fun circus atmosphere of itinerant dancers, jugglers, acrobats, storytellers, soothsayers, snake charmers, medicine men and public scribes. We 'll find a cozy bistro for lunch ( included ) .
Private air-conditioned vehicle , private chauffeur , private guide .

A complimentary Dinner is included at a local home:
Meet the locals
,
you may wish to bring token gifts to exchange with the host family ( T shirt , small souvenirs of your home town):
This evening we'll venture where few ordinary visitors ever tread . . . right into the homes of some of the people of Marrakech l! You'll be invited to a family dinner, and while you enjoy wholesome home-cooked specialties, you'll learn about and appreciate the outlook, aspirations, and way of life of your hosts. Be assured, as curious as you may be about your new friends, they're sure to have questions about your own background. Once the ice is broken, you'll enjoy a lively evening, and find that you have more in common than you ever suspected. Of course, you may enjoy dinner in a quiet restaurant with your travel companions, by letting us know your preferences.

 

 

 

DAY 18 - MARRAKECH TO CASABLANCA BY TRAIN - Wednesday (B)
Today you board the Marrakech Express bound for Casablanca! (train ticket/first class is included ,issued & delivered in Morocco). Roll across the beautiful Moroccan countryside, admiring the towering Atlas Mountains in the distance, and the timeless scenes of North African village and town life right beside the rails. When you arrive in Casablanca, our staff meets your train and embank on a panoramic tour of the city including the great mosque of Hassan II before escorting you to your hotel. Once you're settled in, take out your guidebook and explore Morocco's commercial capital.







DAY 19 - CASABLANCA TO FEZ - Thursday
(B)
After breakfast, board your first-class train to Fez (train ticket included) , another of Morocco's four royal cities. When you arrive in Fez, our staff will escort you to your hotel, and the city is yours to explore, guidebook in hand. The Lonely Planet guide includes all the important things to see, and recommendations for restaurants in all price ranges, so you'll never be at a loss for advice.

 

 

 

DAY 20 - FEZ - Friday (B)
Oldest of Morocco's four Imperial Cities, Fez is endlessly fascinating, and today we have included in our rate a full day covering the top sights include the medina (old city), the 15-century Borj Nord Arms Museum, the gateway of the royal palace, the fortifications of the Kasbah, the 9th-century Karaouine Mosque and University, the medersas (theological seminaries) of Bou Inania and Attarine, the shrine of the city's founder Moulay Idris II, the Nejjarine Fountain, the monumental gateway of Bab Boujelloud, the old harem gardens, Dar Batha Museum, and the artisans' guilds in the souks.

 

 

 

DAY 21 - Departure from Fez or Casablanca - Saturday (B)
Our local rep. escorts you to the airport of Fez or Casablanca ( based on the flight arrangement you booked , or ask us fro help with the international flight ) . Bon Voyage .

 

 

Rates per person in us $

 
Deluxe *
First Class

In Triple occupancy
US$ 7560.
US$ 6551.
In Double occupancy
US$ 7763.
US$ 6658 .
In Single occupancy
US$ 8970.
US$ 7840.

 
For Christmas & New Year weeks as well as Easter Week : Please add %10 to the listed rates

* Deluxe applies to hotels in Egypt , Morocco as well as in Tunis
but 4 stars and 3 stars in the smaller towns/cities outside of the city of Tunis

 

 

 

 

Want a Mediterranean vacation like the Europeans enjoy ? Go to Tunisia!

vacation to Tunisia , Honeymoon  on the  beach in Tunisia

 

Combine With Palestine and Israel

 

 

 

 

 

Inclusions:

 

 

  • Round-trip transportation between airport and hotels, always on a private basis, private air-conditioned vehicle, private chauffeur.

  • Regional Air fare : Tunis/Marrakech/Cairo in economy class . Tax included.
  • Hotel Accommodations as mentioned in itinerary, with tax and breakfast daily

  • Five days Nile Cruise including all shore excursions and all meals.

  • Meals as indicated from preset menu (B = breakfast, L = lunch, D = dinner).

  • Guided sightseeing as indicated in air-conditioned vehicle , including all admission fees.

  • One-way first-class train transportation Marrakech-Casablanca and Casablanca-Fez, or vice-versa.

  • A complimentary home hosted family dinner in Marrakech


  • Bottled water ( one per person) delivered to your cabin daily while you are on board the Nile cruise.

  • Tea or coffee /bottled water with each meal while on board the Nile cruise.

 

  • VIP Arrival Hall At Cairo Airport
    Our representative greets you at the airport and whisks you to your hotel. Visa will be issued upon arrival at Cairo Airport ( photos are not required ) Visa will be issued for a limited number of citizens such as : American, Australian, NZ , EU , Canadian , EU Singaporean and Japanese citizens ,You are responsible for having your passport in order valid at least for 6 month beyond the date of your arrival in Cairo. Our local rep. meets with a sign that carries your name, and will be waiting for you with the prepaid visa stamps to proceed to the passports control to stamp your passports, then you claim your luggage, after you clear the passport and customs formalities and exiting the terminal, our local representative will escort you (private vehicle) to the hotel . Welcome fruit basket & Egyptian pastry awaits you in your room in Cairo upon arrival with our compliments

 

 

 

 

 

Sample Hotels or similar :

 
Modest
First Class Hotels
Deluxe Hotels
Nile Cruise Presidential Nile Cruises
Lady Diana Nile Cruise
Movenpick Nile Cruises
Royal Lotus Nile Cruise
Royal Lilly Nile Cruise
Cairo Novotel El Borg
Shepheard Hotel Cairo
Ramses Hilton
Semiramis Intercontinental Hotel
Cairo Marriott
Casablanca - Morocco Farah hotel Casablanca Hyatt Hotel - Casablanca
Fes - Fez - Morocco La Perle de la Medina Riad Riad Fes
Marrakech - Morocco Riad Karma La Maison Arab Riad
Matmata - Tunisia Hotel Diar EL Barbar Matmata
Hotel Diar EL Barbar Matmata
There is no 5 stars deluxe hotels in Matmata
Sfax - Tunisia

Hotel Sangho Syphax

Hotel Les Oliviers Palace
Tozeur - Tunisia Hotel El Mouradi Tozeur

Hotel El Mouradi Tozeur

There is no 5 stars deluxe hotels in Tozeur

Tunis- Tunisia Hotel Tunisia Palace

Hotel Le Royale Hammamet

Hotel Movenpick Gammarth

 

 

 

 

Not Included:

  • International air transportation from/to your home country
  • Optional excursions,
  • Any meal not specifically mentioned beverages, and personal expenses.
  • Gratuities for local personnel.
  • Travel insurance .
  • Airport taxes.

 

 

More Choices :

  • Add South Africa : Combined tour of Tunisia , Morocco, Egypt and South Africa Version

  • The Mediterranean resorts of Europe are wonderful, but they can be crowded and expensive. So where do discerning Europeans go to find the perfect laid-back, affordable Mediterranean vacation? Why, they go to Tunisia, of
    course!
    The clear blue water, the shimmering sun, the white sand beaches are all the same in Tunisia, the southern shore of the Mediterranean, just across the sea from Sicily and Sardinia. The prices are lower, the pace is more relaxed, and the cuisine and service in this former French colony are French-inspired. (Everyone speaks French as well as Arabic, and many people in hotels, restaurants and other tourist spots speak some English, too.) Tunisia's history has always been linked to Europe's. Hannibal of Carthage crossed from Tunisia to Europe with 30,000 men and a few dozen elephants and humbled the Roman legions. Rome ultimately triumphed, however, and Tunisia became the Roman province of Africa. Today the picturesque ruins of great Roman cities are spread throughout the Tunisian countryside. Be sure to see Tunisia's African side as well: its legacy of Umayyad, Abbasid and Ottoman culture and cuisine, its picture-perfect desert oases shaded by date palms, its markets filled with handicrafts and exotic spices. Want a Mediterranean vacation like the Europeans enjoy ?
    Go to Tunisia!

 

 






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