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October 6 - 14, 2019

Cairo, Giza, Luxury Nile Cruise, and more!
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It is said that Cleopatra could speak seven languages and had exquisite taste. Egypt's ancient wise monarch would certainly approve of Zoom Vacations trip to Egypt, fit for a queen.

Zoom Vacations Alumni have been asking us to design another trip to Egypt, and our overseas partners have assured us that there has never been a better time to go. Crowds are at a minimum, and visitors are eagerly welcomed with open arms. We are pleased to announce our Egyptian vacation, available for a maximum of 12 guests.

This intriguing country of gods and goddesses, pharaohs and fantasies will inspire and surprise you as it has done so to its travelers for centuries. But Egypt is so much more than mythology and magic, and offers more to see and do than ruins and camel rides. Zoom Vacations trip to Egypt brings out the rich history, culture and cuisine in addition to the things every visitor to the country must experience.

At times you will feel like a pharaoh, while at other times you will see the authentic Egypt of today, and what it means to live in this fascinating country.

However, your highlight will likely be our 4 night cruise aboard the Sanctuary Zein Nile Chateau, perhaps the most elegant boat on the Nile.

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Egypt Gay Tour Highlights

Cairo & Giza

• Fully escorted with the services of a Zoom Vacations Concierge throughout the trip.

• Accommodations at the Four Seasons First Residence and the stylish Mena House Hotel

• An unforgettable tour of the Great Pyramids of Giza.

• Enter the temple of the mysterious Sphinx, an ancient figure shrouded in legend and mystery

• Our exciting double tour to the city of Memphis and the necropolis of Sakkara

• A unique welcome sunset cocktail reception

• Breakfast daily

• Visit to the famed Egyptian Antiquities Museum

• Fascinating tour of Medieval Cairo

• Visit the Khan El-Khalilli Bazaar – reputed to be the largest bazaar in the Middle East

• Surprise farewell Event

• All land and Zoom Vacations event transfers

 

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• Services of a Zoom Vacations Concierge throughout the trip

• Accommodations at Sanctuary Zein Nile Chateau

• See the very best of Upper Egypt while cruising in uncompromising luxury

Daily excursions

• All gourmet Meals Included

• Daily afternoon tea

• A trio of authentic Egyptian musicians in Aswan during afternoon tea

• A lecture accompanied by a slide show, by our Egyptologist guide.

• Motorboat ride to visit the romantic and majestic Philae Temple on the Island of Agilka

• Visit the Temple of Kom Ombo, dedicated to the crocodile-god Sobek

• Egyptian cooking lesson

• Visit the Temple of Horus at Edfu, the largest in Egypt!

• Visit to the Valley of the Kings

• Visit the Colossi of Memnon, two massive stone statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III

• Visit to Luxor

Temple of Karnak, an incredible forest of giant pillars

• All airport transfers

 

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Gay Egypt Tour & Nile Cruise Itinerary

Cairo, Giza, Luxury Nile River Cruise, and more!

Pre-Tour Add-On Trip to Petra & Jordan
October 2 - 6, 2019

Day 1 - October 6, 2019
Arrival / Cairo

Egypt gay tour - CairoArrival at Cairo International Airport

Upon arrival in Cairo airport, where your Tour Coordinator will meet you before immigration and transfer you to your hotel.

Welcome cocktail: Today we gather at the Hotel for welcome reception, hot and cold canapés will be served

Welcome dinner: Welcome dinner at the Hotel.

Accommodations: Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at The First Residence, Giza, Deluxe Room

Meals Included: Welcome Dinner

 

Day 2 - October 7, 2019
Cairo - Egyptian Museum, Islamic Cairo & Bazaar

Egypt gay tour - Egyptian Museum, CairoEgyptian Museum
You'll tour 7,000 years of history at this museum which houses the largest collection of ancient Egyptian art in the world. Don't miss the treasures of the boy-king Tutankhamun, including his gold mask, the solid gold sarcophagus that held his mummy, and his beautiful throne.

Khan El Khalili
The fascinating Khan El-Khalili Bazaar is reputed to be the largest bazaar in the Middle East. Originally founded as a watering stop for caravanserai in the 14th century, the bazaar has now grown to vast proportions. As one wanders through the labyrinth of narrow streets you will find workshops and stalls selling all manner of things from woodwork, glassware and leather goods to perfumes, fabrics and Pharaonic curiosities.

Lunch at Naguib Mahfouz restaurant
Located in the heart of the Khan El Khalili Bazaar, this restaurant is named after Egypt's Nobel Prize-winning novelist, and it's a convenient, air-conditioned place to take a break from shopping. The coffee shop at the entrance offers drinks, snacks and shisha (water pipes), while the restaurant section offers a selection of chicken, meats and mouth-watering Middle Eastern mezzas. No alcohol is served.

Citadel
Egypt gay tour - Citadel Cairo Perched high on limestone hills above Cairo, the Citadel is a medieval fortress built by Salah El Din (Saladin) in 1176 to protect the city from Crusaders. The Citadel has always had a military use, and was expanded over the centuries by Egypt's rulers who often resided there. Today, the Citadel complex has mosques and museums, including the National Military Museum.

Mosque of Sultan Hassan
With its grand, soaring architecture and rich decoration, the Mosque of Sultan Hassan, completed in 1363, is one of the finest in Egypt. In recesses around its open courtyard, each of the four schools of Sunni Islam was taught to students, and in its mausoleum, Sultan Hassan's sons are buried.

Refaie Mosque
Next to the Mosque of Sultan Hassan, you'll view the much newer Refaie Mosque, completed in 1912 with well-preserved, colorful decoration. Buried in tombs here are a Muslim saint, a companion of the Prophet Mohamed, Egypt's last royal family and the last Shah of Iran.

Accommodations: Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at The First Residence, Giza, Deluxe Room

Meals Included: Breakfast and Lunch

 

Day 3 - October 8, 2019
Aswan / Embarkation / Kom Ombo

Nile gay cruise - AswanAswan
Your Tour Coordinator will escort you to Cairo International Airport by air-conditioned Vehicle to board you flight to Aswan.

Arrival: At Aswan Airport where your Tour Coordinator will meet you.

Optional Abu Simbel Excursion

Embarkation
Transfer: Transfer by air-conditioned vehicle to Sanctuary Zein Nile Chateau.

Check-in on board the Sanctuary Zein Nile Chateau followed by lunch on board.

Painting of Horus, at Temple of Kalabsha by dustinpsmith.

A choice of two of the below:

1. Philae Temple
Nile gay cruise - Philae Temple According to the Ancient Egyptians, the goddess Isis traveled all over Egypt gathering her husband Osiris's remains after he was cut to pieces by his evil brother. On Philae Island, where she found his heart, the Egyptians built a sacred temple to Isis, goddess of purity, sexuality, nature and protection. During the building of the High Dam, Philae Island was submerged by water, so UNESCO helped transport the temple complex to nearby Agilika Island, where you see it today.

2. Unfinished Obelisk
Visit this massive obelisk, which was abandoned in Aswan's Northern Quarry when a crack was found as it was being carved from the red granite. Tools left behind show how builders accomplished such great work.

3. Kalabsha Temple
The Temple of Kalabsha (also Temple of Mandulis) is a Ancient Egyptian temple that was originally located at Bab al-Kalabsha (Gate of Kalabsha), approximately 50 kilometers south of Aswan. The temple was situated on the west bank of the Nile River, in Nubia and was originally built around 30 BC during the early Roman era.

Nile gay cruise - Kom Ombo TempleSail to Kom Ombo
Afternoon visit to Kom Ombo Temple. In this Ptolemaic temple shared by two gods, Sobek and Horus the Elder, everything is duplicated symmetrically, with double hallways, doors and chambers.

Afternoon tea and dinner on board.

Overnight in Kom Ombo.

Accommodations: Sanctuary Zein Nile Chateau Cruise Ship

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

 

Day 4 - October 9, 2019
Selsela / Edfu/ Esna

Breakfast on board while sailing to Selsela.

Nile River gay cruise - SelselaMorning visit to Selsela Tombs
Selsela (Jebel Selsela) The ancient Egyptian site of Selsela is about 26 miles south of Edfu and 14 miles north of Kom Ombo and located in an area where the Nile River narrows. It was known in ancient times as Khenu (Place of Rowing) and here, the bedrock changes from limestone to sandstone. This is the border of the Egyptian region of Nubia, and in ancient times, Egyptians believed that the Nile originated here.

Sailing to Edfu, Temple of Horus - Edfu
Afternoon visit to Edfu temple. Explore the largest and most completely preserved Pharaonic – albeit Greek-built – temple in Egypt, the extraordinary Temple of Horus at Edfu.

Afternoon tea and dinner on board

Overnight in Esna

Accommodations: Sanctuary Zein Nile Chateau Cruise Ship

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

 

Day 5 - October 10, 2019
Esna / Luxor

Breakfast on board.

Nile gay cruise - Esna TempleMorning visit to Esna Temple
Visit the Greco-Roman Temple of Khnum at Esna. The beautifully preserved Great Hypostyle Hall was built during the reign of the Roman Emperor Claudius; it was excavated from the silt that had accumulated through centuries of annual Nile floods and is about nine meters below present-day street level.

Lunch on board while sailing to Luxor.

Afternoon visit to Luxor Temple
Visit the strikingly graceful Temple of Luxor dedicated to the god Amun. Proceed to the Temple of Luxor, once connected to Karnak via the Avenue of Sphinxes, almost 3 kilometers in length. Built by Amenhotep III in 1380 BC, the site was added to by later pharaohs. The temple enjoyed many celebrations, the most important being the Festival of Opet which lasted almost a month.

Nile gay cruise - Sound & Light Show in Karnak TempleSound & Light Show in Karnak Temple (Optional visit)
Attend the Sound and Light Show at Karnak Temple, a fascinating walking tour through the history of the world's largest-ever temple complex, narrated by the voices of the pharaohs. Shadows play off the enormous columns in the grand Hypostyle Hall, creating a mysterious effect.

Dinner on board.

Accommodations: Sanctuary Zein Nile Chateau Cruise Ship

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

 

Day 6 - October 11, 2019
Luxor

Breakfast on board.

Nile gay cruise - Valley of QueensMorning visit to the Valley of the Kings
Explore the Valley of the Kings, a vast City of the Dead where magnificent tombs were carved into the desert rocks, decorated richly, and filled with treasures for the afterlife by generations of Pharaohs.

Visit to the West Bank, with a choice of three from the below:

1. Valley of the Queens
There are between 75 and 80 tombs in the Valley of the Queens, or Biban al-Harim. These belong to Queens of the 18th, 19th and 20th Dynasties. It is called "Place of Beauty" by the Egyptians, where the pharaohs' wives and children were buried.

2. Hatshepsut Temple
Rising out of the desert plain in a series of terraces, the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut (Ancient Egypt's only female Pharaoh) merges with the sheer limestone cliffs that surround it, as if nature herself had built this extraordinary monument.

Nile gay cruise - Valley of Workers3. Valley of Workers (Deir El Medina)
Visit the remains of the self-contained village on the West Bank where the workmen who built the kings' and queens' tombs lived in mud brick houses with their families. The site gives archeologists a view of how urban people lived in ancient Egypt. You can also visit the tombs that the workmen created for themselves, to admire the art in ordinary people's tombs. Nearby is the Temple of Deir El Medina, from Ptolemaic times.

4. Tombs of the Nobles
On the West Bank sit 400 tombs of Theban aristocrats, some of which you can enter. The tomb walls were white-washed and painted with murals of the nobles' daily lives, making them quite different from royal tombs, where relief work focused on judgment and resurrection. Since the tombs were not sealed, some have deteriorated.

Nile gay cruise - Medinet Habu5. Medinet Habu
The magnificent Medinet Habu is a series of temples built by the Pharaoh Ramses III (1182-1151 BC) and second only to Karnak Temple in size and complexity. The most impressive is the Mortuary Temple of Ramses III, decorated with relief work depicting his many military victories. With its massive mud brick enclosure that held storehouses, workshops, administrative offices, and residences of priests and officials, Medinet Habu grew into a city that maintained its population well into Coptic times.

6. Ramesseum Temple
The Ramesseum, the Mortuary Temple of Ramses II, was built early in the great pharaoh's reign and was 20 years in the making. Here you'll see the broken, awesome Colossus of Ramses II, a 1000 ton statue in which the fingers alone are over 1 meter long; it inspired the famous poem "Ozymandias" by Percy Bysshe Shelley. This great temple reportedly rivaled the wonders of Ramses II's temple at Abu Simbel.

Nile gay cruise - Karnak TempleAfternoon visit to the Karnak Temple
Visit the Temple of Karnak, built over more than a thousand years by generations of Pharaohs. The great Hypostyle Hall is an incredible forest of giant pillars, covering an area larger than the whole of Notre Dame Cathedral.

Afternoon tea and dinner on board.

Overnight in Luxor.

Accommodations: Sanctuary Zein Nile Chateau Cruise Ship

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

 

Day 7 - October 12, 2019
Luxor / Cairo / Giza

Egypy gay tour - Mena House Hotel, GizaBreakfast buffet on board and check out at 8:00 AM.

Transfer by air-conditioned vehicle to Luxor Airport to board you flight to Cairo

Arrival: At Cairo International Airport, where your Tour Coordinator will meet and escort you to your hotel in Giza.

Accommodations: Mena House Hotel, Giza,Garden, Premier Pyramid View Room

Meals Included: Breakfast

 

Day 8 - October 13, 2019
Memphis, Sakkara & Pyramids

Egypt gay tour - MemphisMemphis
The legendary city of Memphis was founded in 3100 BC by Menes, the Pharaoh who united Upper and Lower Egypt. It became the capital of the Old Kingdom, a center for religion with a huge temple to the god Ptah, and the heart of Egypt's busy import-export activity, with traders from around the world giving it a cosmopolitan atmosphere.

Sakkara
Sakkara was the necropolis (cemetery) for the ancient Egyptian city of Memphis and the place where the very first pyramids were built as tombs for kings, not with smooth sides, but with six steps on the outside representing the pharaoh's stepladder to heaven. Here you'll see the famous Step Pyramid of King Zoser, the first pyramid ever built and the world's oldest freestanding stone structure. You will also admire the beautiful tomb art at Sakkara, which gives great insight into the lives of the ancient Egyptians.

Lunch at Khan El Khalili restaurant
Named after the famous Cairo market, Khan El Khalili serves light Egyptian and continental meals 24 hours a day. The interior features brass tabletops, marble floors and an intricate plaster ceiling. Tall windows give views over the landscaped gardens.

Egypt gay tour - Pyramids and SphinxPyramids and Sphinx
The Great Pyramids of Giza are the only present-day survivors of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, built about 4500 years ago as giant tombs for the mummies of the pharaohs Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure, who were a father, son and grandson. (Cheops, Chephren and Mycerinus are the Greek forms of their names.) In the ancient Egyptian religion, the sides of the pyramids were likened to sun rays on which the Pharaoh ascended to heaven. The pyramids are truly monumental in scale, with the largest, Khufu's, made of over 2 million blocks. The pyramids were not built by slaves but by Egyptian peasants who paid their taxes to the Pharaoh through this labor, and were fed, clothed and housed by him.

Nearby sits the enigmatic Sphinx with the body of a lion and the face of a man wearing a royal head cloth, which workers may have based on King Khafre to guard his enormous funerary monument. About a thousand years after the Sphinx was built it was covered in sand until a young prince had a dream in which the Sphinx told him that if he cleared the sand away, he would become Pharaoh. This story is told on the "Dream Stela" that was placed between the Sphinx's paws by King Tuthmose IV.

Accommodations: Mena House Hotel, Giza,Garden, Premier Pyramid View Room

Meals Included: Breakfast,Lunch, and Dinner

 

Day 9 - October 14, 2019
Departure

Transfer: Your Tour Coordinator will escort you to Cairo International Airport by air-conditioned Vehicle.

Meals Included: Breakfast

 

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All rooms at The First Residence Cairo feature stylish colonial décor and a balcony with panoramic city or Nile views. They are equipped with a flat-screen TV, a BOSE entertainment system and a DVD player.

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We are chartering this special boat on the Nile, exclusively for Zoom Vacations travelers!

The Sanctuary Zein Nile Chateau is a bespoke dahabiya (traditional sailing boat) that is the first of its kind on the Nile. With its extended open spaces, the Zein features a beautiful upper deck, an Arabian themed sun deck and an opulently styled dining area. Bask in the beauty of the surrounding views – unchanged for hundreds of years – as you sip on delicate cocktails from the comfort of the dahabiya. This is what sailing on the Nile was meant to be.

Sanctuary Zein Nile Chateau ship suiteThe Sanctuary Zein Nile Chateau features six beautifully designed cabins. The two suites and four signature cabins have all been created with guests' comfort in mind for the ultimate luxury Nile cruise. Each of the cabins is decorated in its own original style with influences drawing from Egypt's history, culture and geography.

All cabins feature a Nile view, are fully air-conditioned with individual controls, and have LCD televisions with satellite connection and private bathrooms.

 

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Sanctuary Zein Nile Chateau - FAROUK SUITE (93m˛) Located on the Upper Deck, this fabulous suite is a calm oasis set in a breezy white colour scheme to reflect the tranquil natural surroundings of Upper Egypt. Influences from Egypt's Royal era can be seen in the furniture, décor and photographs adorning the walls. A poignant piece is an original hand-woven rug, a replica of family letter sent by Egypt's King Farouk to his mother, the Queen, which sits next to the luxuriously appointed bed. The suite also features a private dining area and panoramic windows, which offer a superb view of the natural surroundings while wood flooring sets a calm tone for luxury Nile cruises.
Note: Single occupancy price is $15,690

$ 8966

Sanctuary Zein Nile Chateau - NAPOLEON SUITE (43m˛) The Napoleon Suite reflects Egypt's influential Napoleonic era. A drawing of the route his forces took through Egypt adorns the walls, with splashes of colour in the accompanying furniture. The four poster bed and classical furniture enhance the regal nature of the suite.
Note: Single occupancy price is $12,416

$ 7095

Sanctuary Zein Nile Chateau - PHILAE Cabin (20m˛) Tranquility and romance surrounds you in this calm and exotic cocoon. Decorated richly with style and grace, adorning the walls is a beautiful map of the Nile. This cabin features a king bed.
Note: Single occupancy price is $10,811

$ 6178

Sanctuary Zein Nile Chateau - NUBIA Cabin (20m˛) The essence of Nubian culture, this cabin is steeped in beautiful tradition reflected in its colours and ambiance. The room features twin beds.
Note: Single occupancy price is $10,811

$ 6178

Sanctuary Zein Nile Chateau - NUBIA Cabin (20m˛) Highlighting Egypt's culture and artistic world, the Baladi cabin, with king bed, chronicles famous artists and singers. Be transported back into Egypt's artistic heyday.
Note: Single occupancy price is $10,811

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Sanctuary Zein Nile Chateau - LAKE NASSER Cabin (20m˛) Colourful and bright with a touch of elegance, the Lake Nasser cabin brings out the sights of nature of its namesake.The room features twin beds.
Note: Single occupancy price is $10,811

$ 6178

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    Second deposit: 25% of package price, 180 days before departure
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