Thomson 5T (5 star) Egypt nile cruise on the jaz regency Full Board and 10 excursions included £572pp (gatwick) or £590pp (birmingham) 30th june @ Thomson! (£15 quidco) - HotUKDeals
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you have to put in the date into the package holiday search box to get the price, tried to link to it but the link keeps expiring.

it's a great deal and has brilliant reviews! been looking at cruises for ages! for some reason the 5 star is cheaper on this date than the 4 star, looks a really nice boat :)

The Jaz Regency is one of the largest and most luxurious floating hotels on the Nile River between Luxor and Aswan and offers the services and facilities of a 5 star deluxe accommodation.

This cruise begins on Wednesdays and operates on the Jaz Regency or similar

Day 1
Day 1 - UK - Luxor
Fly direct to Luxor and join your cruiseboat on the Nile before sailing to the riverside town of Esna
Day 2
Day 2 - Luxor - West Bank - Edfu
Visit the famous Valley of the Kings, the Colossi of Memnon and the Temple of Queen Hatchepsut.
Ever since the 19th-century, when the first steamboats began chugging down the Nile, Luxor has been a magnet for discerning tourists eager to discover Egypt's historical delights. Built on the remains of the ancient city of Thebes, Luxor is renowned for its overwhelming profusion of archaeological relics. Nearby lies the world famous Valley of the Kings where over 700 royal sepulchres pepper the arid hillsides. Interred in sarcophagi, mummified pharaohs were sealed in stony tombs as part of their journeys to the 'afterlife'. Like an intrepid explorer, uncover the myriad of vaults and chambers that make up this vast Pharaonic resting ground. You'll also get to visit the Colossi of Memnon, an enormous pair of enthroned statues that once guarded the entrance to a long lost temple. Round off your day with one of the most impressive sights on Luxor's West Bank, the Temple of Queen Hatchepsut. Built in honour of the only woman to ever reign over Egypt as pharaoh, it's built into a cliff-face and rises up in a series of monumental terraces. Gaze in amazement at elegant columns stretching into cloudless blue skies and wonder in awe at the intricate hieroglyphic inscriptions.
Day 3
Day 3 - Edfu - Kom Ombo
Visit one of the Nile's "must-see" sites - the mammoth Temple of Horus.
Dedicated to the falcon-headed sky god, the huge edifice of the Temple of Horus is perhaps the best preserved of Egypt's ancient shrines and provides an excellent insight into how temples once looked. Two giant granite falcons greet you as you pass through the colossal gateway, beyond which lies an extensive network of splendid colonnades, courtyards and sanctuaries adorned with detailed wall carvings. Sailing on to Kom Ombo, visit the fascinating Temple of Sobek. Set on the banks of the Nile, the Temple is unique in that it was dedicated to two divinities, falcon-headed Haroeris and the crocodile god, Sobek. The dual nature of the Temple is reflected in the twin entrances, chapels and halls that make up this site. Of particular note is the chapel of Hathor, home to three mummified crocodiles.
Day 4
Day 4 - Kom Ombo - Aswan
Be awed by the massive Aswan dam and later enjoy a relaxed boat trip out to Elephantine Island.
Travel forward in time, visit a modern-day example of monumental construction as you sail to the spectacular Aswan High Dam. The sheer size of the barrage is sure to overwhelm you. Standing at over 300ft high, it took 35,000 workers 11 years to complete. Nearby lies one of Egypt's most enchanting sites, Philae Temple was very nearly lost forever. However, thanks to the efforts of the world heritage organisation UNESCO, the temple was removed and reassembled stone by stone on Agilkia Island. The shrine was dedicated to the cult Isis, the goddess of nature, and boasts an impressive colonnade and two enormous stone pylons replete with carved reliefs. Later, enjoy a boat ride to view Elephantine Island. Nestled among its lush palm groves are a number of Nubian houses painted bright blue, pink and yellow.
Day 5
Day 5 - Aswan - Esna
A day to relax or to take the opportunity to visit Abu Simbel.
Enjoy a morning at leisure in Aswan or alternatively join the optional excursion out to Abu Simbel to see the towering figures of gods and pharaohs which adorn the facade of the Temple of Ramses II.
Day 6
Day 6 - Esna - Luxor: East Bank excursion
Your chance to visit Karnak & Luxor Temples.
The Temple of Karnak never fails to evoke wonder and amazement. This expansive site incorporates no fewer than three shrines as well as a myriad of obelisks and monuments. Make sure you take a look at the enormous Hypostyle Hall - boasting over 130 soaring papyrus-shaped columns, it covers an area big enough to house both St Paul's Cathedral in London and St Peter's Basilica in Rome. Returning to Luxor, visit the architectural masterpiece that is Luxor Temple. Follow an avenue of sphinxes down to the shrine itself and discover its elegant array of courtyards and chapels overlooking the sparkling waters of the Nile.
Day 7
Day 7 - Luxor - Qena - Luxor
Sailing on to Qena, explore the remains of the Temple of Denderah.
Built in honour of the cow-headed Egyptian goddess of love, Hathor, the great Temple of Denderah is actually a Roman creation. Built during the Roman occupation, it emulates traditional Egyptian architectural styles but with a Latin twist. Make sure you take a look at the famous astronomical ceiling in the Hypostyle Hall. Its symbolic representation of heavenly bodies and signs of the zodiac offers a unique insight into ancient Egypt's solar rituals and cults.
Day 8
Day 8 - Luxor - UK
Your cruise along the Nile comes to an end in Luxor where you'll be transferred to the airport for your return flight to the UK. Alternatively, choose to extend your holiday in Egypt.
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#1
Woop! booked this earlier tonight, can't wait!! roll on june! :D:D
#2
Im trying to book this, but cant find any dates unless its sold out? anyone find any dates?
banned#3
good deal - off to turkey this year & china later this year otherwise id of booked
#4
godsgift
Im trying to book this, but cant find any dates unless its sold out? anyone find any dates?


if you click on the packages tab at the top of the page it'll then show a search section on the left hand side of the page then in destinations click egypt nile then in the sub destination click 5t cruise but you must put the 30th of june as the date because all the other dates are much much more expensive. hope this helps :)
#5
Good price and attractive tour so voting hot, but combine Thomson's poor ocean cruise reputation with the high probability of sickness on nile cruises and I'd be wary of booking.
#6
I can't comment on Thomson's rep but we did a nile cruise 5* for 10 days and didn't get sic once, it was an incredible trip.
#7
Man this is tempting, always wanted to go to Egypt and cruise down the Nile!!
#8
Not a very good price at this time of the year. It's not a school holiday week and it's the hottest month of the year in this area of Egypt. Temperature can easily go up to 45C and maybe more. It's a dry area though (humidity is very low) so this will feel like 35C+.

If you keep an eye on www.AfricanSafariClub.com you can the same for £300-£400 if you book a week or two before travelling. I've seen this going for £299 same time last year.

I'm not voting either way as some people might be tempted to go with Thompson because of their good reputation.

I would go with AfricanSafariClub myself if/when I can get sometime off work.
#9
Besford;7886574
Good price and attractive tour so voting hot, but combine Thomson's poor ocean cruise reputation with the high probability of sickness on nile cruises and I'd be wary of booking.


I'm originally from Egypt and during my first few years in the UK I used to get sick when I go back to Egypt for holidays. After few years of getting sick every single time I found out it's the water that causes it. If you stick to bottled water you should be allright.
#10
refaey
Not a very good price at this time of the year. It's not a school holiday week and it's the hottest month of the year in this area of Egypt. Temperature can easily go up to 45C and maybe more. It's a dry area though (humidity is very low) so this will feel like 35C+.

If you keep an eye on www.AfricanSafariClub.com you can the same for £300-£400 if you book a week or two before travelling. I've seen this going for £299 same time last year.

I'm not voting either way as some people might be tempted to go with Thompson because of their good reputation.

I would go with AfricanSafariClub myself if/when I can get sometime off work.

i was originally going to book with african safari club until i saw the reviews, they weren't that great but what REALLY put me off was a home video on youtube of what was supposed to be their best boat, it didn't look nice at all. this cruise in the same month works out at only about £50 or so more (for me anyway) as they charged a suppliment for traveling from manchester (all london airports are far too far away for me) also saw a home vid of this boat and it's in a whole different league, far far nicer for that extra £50and the reviews are great! :)
#11
BishBoshUK
Man this is tempting, always wanted to go to Egypt and cruise down the Nile!!


do it!!! i'll see you there!! :D

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