Explore Israel & ancient Egypt With A Discounted Combined River Cruise & Land Tour

One of my bucket list items is a visit to the Biblical Holy Land so when I was sent details of this tour I had to share it in case there's anyone else out there who would love this discounted Emerald Waterways trip which also incorporates highlights of ancient Egypt. And maybe take me along.

Nile river cruise

So much can be learned about this region from history books, but with this tour you can delve deeper and witness spectacular desert landscapes and thousands of years of history as you follow in the footsteps of the mighty Pharaohs as well as a visit to the biblical holy land. 

During this 16-day river cruise and land tour from Tel Aviv to Cairo, highlights include a tour of the Knights’ Halls, the Crusaders’ main fortress; the Garden of Gethsemane; access to the open-air temple complex of Karnak with ancient hieroglyphs as well as the Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut in Luxor, a woman whose reign is a storied part of Egyptian history

The Israel & Ancient Egypt River Cruise lasts for 16-days and costs from £5,420 per person, saving £1,000 per couple, based on 8 November 2020 departure.

All prices include relevant discounts, return flights (or rail on selected itineraries), transfers, the cruises as stated above, all tipping and gratuities, all on board meals and selected drinks**, excursions and experiences.

For more information or to book please visit www.emeraldwaterways.co.uk or call 0808 301 3352.

Disclaimer: This is NOT a sponsored post.

**Drinks on board – complimentary wine, beer and soft drinks are included with lunch and dinner on board on European river cruises. 2 complimentary drinks with lunch and dinner on board are available for Israel & Ancient Egypt River Cruise. Complimentary tea and coffee is available throughout the sailing. 
*Savings of up to £750 per couple includes £250 per couple Early Payment Discount. Early Payment Discount is valid for new 2021 European river cruises only when the balance is paid in full by 31st October 2021.