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Uniworld - SPLENDORS OF EGYPT & THE NILE

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Cruise the Nile in a manner once reserved for queens and pharaohs.

Experience Egypt and the Nile’s most wondrous sites in style and luxury with this captivating itinerary, which begins and ends in legendary Cairo. An enchanting land of marvels, myths, and wonders old and new, Egypt is an extraordinary destination no culturally curious traveler will want to miss.

Highlights:

  • 7-night Nile River cruise in a riverview suite onboard the River Tosca*
  • 4 nights in Cairo at the Four Season Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza, including buffet breakfast and all service charges, taxes and porterage*
  • 9 days of hosted excursions
  • 4 UNESO World Heritage sites

* Ship subject to change.

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