Egypt & Music On The Nile

A bespoke luxury Founder's Experience with special guest Nessi Gomes

September 2-15, 2024

Fall under the spell of the awe-inspiring magic and unparalleled beauty that is Egypt.

Go beyond the borders of your imagination. Step back in time to the land of the Pharaohs, and unearth your inner explorer as you make your way through the unique history and otherworldly monuments of ancient Egypt.

Home of one of the principal civilizations of the Middle East, you will be captivated as you are transported back to our most ancient of lineages; It is impossible not to be struck by our indelible connection to the mysteries of this immemorial civilization. With sand-covered tombs, austere pyramids and towering Pharaonic temples, Egypt brings out the awe in us all.

Explore with like-minded adventurers and absorb millennia of ancient history with unparalleled insider-access experiences. We craft your unique itinerary to personally ensure that every moment reflects the authentic character of your destination, while meeting our uncompromising standards of comfort and service.

Egypt will captivate you with surreal architecture, brilliant sand, sumptuous cuisine and magical culture. Feel a sense of exhilaration when you find yourself enveloped in an air rich with the most incredible history. 

This is one of the most mysterious destinations on the planet and is definitely a bucket list item. Experience it in a way like no other.

How are we different from other bespoke travel companies?

The hallmark of our signature luxury experience is a vibe that is immeasurable and unrepeatable. Each trip is one-of-a-kind and will leave you transformed in ways you never expected. No cookie cutters here.

We go beyond what most travel companies provide; every conceivable need or want is accounted for. The small stuff? No sweat.

We bridge the gap between athletic adventurers, luxury explorers and spiritual nomads… we integrate body, mind and spirit.

You will never find a destination experience as researched, thoughtfully planned and carefully curated. Attention to detail is our forté! This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime trip.

We know that time is your most precious commodity, so we ensure that every experience is well worth that investment!

We provide deep, meaningful adventures that honor, respect and celebrate the spirit of the people, the land, and the cultures that we visit.

This is a Founder’s Experience.

Don’t miss out on this exquisite, one-of-a-kind adventure hosted by the founders of Bee the Wellness, Adam and Vanessa Lambert.

Adam and Vanessa will travel with you on this exclusive trip, along with their very special guest, musician Nessi Gomes. Join us for a deeply transformative and uniquely spiritual experience that is Egypt, with two special bonus sessions to serve as mechanisms for self-exploration along this special journey. Vanessa and Nessi will guide you through their live performances, offering you the opportunity to practice Kundalini with other yogis, and to experience your raw, beautiful, authentic voice, sharing a truly profound awakening experience on the banks of the Nile river.

We may also be given the opportunity to weave our voices throughout our travels, bearing witness to the beauty and magic of the temples through chanting and singing.

This is the only time we will offer this, so don’t miss out!

Discover the mysteries of Egypt’s rich heritage in a tailored, unique and luxurious journey.

The Adventure Begins in Cairo
September 2-15, 2024

Itinerary at a glance

  • Day One | September 2
    Arrive Cairo > Transfer to Mena House
  • Day Two | September 3
    Private Access Sphinx Paws > Khan El Kahlili & Souk Al Khiyyamia bazaars > Sunset camel ride
  • Day Three | September 4
    Private Access To Great Pyramids – Kings Chamber
  • Day Four | September 5
    Half-day Memphis and Saqqara > Flight to Luxor
  • Day Five | September 6
    Visit Dendera “HATHOR” temple
  • Day Six | September 7
    Kings Valley tour > Luxor temple with the avenue of Sphinxes
  • Day Seven | September 8
    The Karnak temple > Esna
  • Day Eight | September 9
    Esna > Board Nour El Nil El River Yacht
  • Day Nine | September 10
    El Kab & Edfu
  • Day Ten | September 11
    Sail & Swim > Vocal Odyssey experience with Nessi Gomes > Kundalini Yoga with Vanessa Lambert
  • Day Eleven | September 12
    Gebel Silsileh
  • Day Twelve | September 13
    Kom Ombo
  • Day Thirteen | September 14
    Aswan > Visit ISIS Philae temple > Nubian village > transfer to Sofitel hotel in Aswan
  • Day Fourteen | September 15
    Airport transfer for return flights for trip extensions

Day 1: Arrive in Cairo 

  • Transfer to Hotel Mena House
    Experience the wondrous beauty of the Pyramids from Marriott Mena House, Cairo. A frequent stop for dignitaries and celebrities, this 5-star hotel offers travelers a taste of modern luxury. Set at the base of the Pyramids, hotel guests can easily walk to one of Egypt’s most popular attractions. Relax in your upscale hotel rooms with indulgent bedding, marble bathrooms and private balconies with fantastic views of the pool, gardens or the Pyramids. Wander through the gardens and enjoy the recreational amenities and variety of dining experiences.
  • Evening meeting circle
    Meet the group and set the intentions!

Day 2: Cairo 

  • Private Access Sphinx Paws
    The Dream Stele, also called the Sphinx Stele, is an epigraphic stele erected between the front paws of the Great Sphinx of Giza by the ancient Egyptian pharaoh Thutmose IV in the first year of the king’s reign, 1401 BC, during the 18th Dynasty.
  • Bazaar Shopping
    Cairo boasts some of the most jaw-dropping sights in the world, but it’s also home to a colorful and unique shopping scene. Focusing majorly on antiques, glass products, and artisan goods, Egypt’s capital is home to a plethora of souks (An Arab market or marketplace) and bazaars, world-class shopping malls, and street markets. Whether you’re on the hunt for an exciting vintage piece or a traditional Egyptian hookah, the country’s capital is a shopper’s paradise.
  • Khan El Kahlili
    This is the most atmospheric of all Egyptian bazaars or markets. Loved by tourists and locals alike, this lively 14th-century market is known as the ‘King of Souks’. The labyrinth of alleyways is known worldwide for its vast selection of authentic Egyptian goods, featuring entire streets dedicated to specific trades. Located in the heart of Islamic Cairo, this busy and colorful open-air bazaar is filled with unique and exotic items from spices and perfumes to jewelry and souvenirs.
  • Souk Al Khiyyamia
    As Cairo’s only remaining traditional covered market, Souk Al Khayamiya is the best place to find affordable, authentic Egyptian-produced textile crafts. Named after the artisan makers who produce the fabrics used to make ceremonial tents, the market is a portal to the medieval world. From boldly colored carpets to tapestries, pillowcases, and wall hangings, merchants have been selling along the same street here for centuries.
  • Sunset Camel Ride
    Take a sunset camel ride in Giza with the three iconic pyramids Menkaure, Khafre, and Khufu in the distance. Led by a Bedouin guide, make your way into the desert and through a village where you can see how local people live.

Day 3: Cairo 

  • Private Access To Great Pyramids - Kings Chamber
    The Great Pyramid: Built for the Pharaoh Khufu in about 2570 B.C., it is the sole survivor of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world, and arguably the most mysterious structure on the planet. The King’s Chamber is made entirely of pink granite and had to be built to resist an enormous amount of pressure from the stones above. It is an incredible feat of architecture, as its flat roof (composed of nine enormous granite blocks) supports over four hundred tons of masonry.

Day 4: Cairo to Luxor 

  • Saqqara necropolis at Memphis
    Saqqara is one of the richest archaeological sites, and greatest and oldest necropolises of Egypt. It is noteworthy as some of the most ancient and famous of the pyramids are found here; the Step Pyramid, the Bent Pyramid, and the Red Pyramid. These represent some Old Kingdom of Egypt’s most dazzling treasures that still survive today.
  • Transfer to Airport - flight to Luxor
    Cairo kicks us into our extraordinary Egyptian experience, but it’s only the first stop and it’s time to get our move on!
  • Arrive Luxor - transfer to Luxor Resort & Spa
    Luxor Resort & Spa, just 10 minutes from Luxor town center and is located in the village of Karnak on the east bank of the lush River Nile. Expect glorious views over the river and the historic city of Luxor. This stylish resort is the ideal base for exploring the region’s historical attractions. Among the eight restaurants and bars, you’ll find fragrant Arabian-style teas and Turkish coffees with waterfront views at Diwan Shisha Café. The sunken Oasis Pool Bar serves tasty drinks.

Day 5: Luxor 

  • Visit Dendera "HATHOR" temple
    A source of major controversy, if you have heard of the Dendera Light Bulb and want to see this famed relief up close and personal, visit the underground crypt of Hathor Temple at the Dendera Temple complex in Qena, Egypt. The Temple of Dendera is one of the most beautiful, enigmatic, and best-preserved temples in Egypt. If you’re looking for a jaw-dropping experience, the beautifully intricate, 2,000-year-old temple is not to be missed. There are three temples to view in the complex: the birthing temple at the front, the temple of Isis behind the main temple, and the main temple dedicated to Hathor. Hathor is the Egyptian sky goddess of sexual love, fertility, music, and dancing. It is also said she is the goddess of birth and motherhood. She is often depicted as the counterpart of Horus. In fact, Hathor translates to “House of Horus.”

Day 6: West bank & Luxor

  • Valley of the Kings tour
    The Valley of the Kings is one of Egypt’s most spectacular and well-known destinations. Located on the west bank of the Nile River near Luxor, this small area contains a staggering amount of exquisitely decorated tombs of Egypt’s ancient Kings and Queens and may be the most magnificent burial ground the world has ever seen. These tombs are evidence of the elaborate preparations that were made for the next world, where people were promised continued life and kings and queens would take their place with the gods.
  • Luxor temple with Avenue of Sphinx
    The Luxor Temple predated Ramesses II by about 150 years. During his reign, renovations were made that included the addition of the two obelisks. There is really no shortage of attractions in the area, but one of the definite “must-see” sites is without question the Avenue of the Sphinxes. Part of the vast Karnak Temple complex, it is located along the eastern shore of the river. This is an avenue of human headed sphinxes of over one and a half miles/ 3 km once connected the temples of Karnak and Luxor. This road was used once a year during the Opet festival when the Egyptians paraded along it carrying the statues of Amun and Mut in a symbolic re-enactment of their marriage. Around 1,350 sphinx statues are thought to have lined this road together with chapels stocked with offerings. Queen Hatshepsut (1479-1425 BC) built six of these chapels. The construction of the Avenue of Sphinxes began during the New Kingdom and finished during the 30th Dynasty rule of Nectanebo I (380-362 BC). The road was renovated by Queen Cleopatra (51-30 BC) and later used by the Romans. Recently 850 sphinx fragments have been discovered along a section of Sphinx road built by Amenhotep III (1390-1352 BC).

Day 7: Luxor to esna

  • Karnak temple tour
    Karnak Temple, which have continued to astound those who have seen them, through the richness of their architectural design and decoration, their colossal statues and obelisks and often through the sheer vastness of their scale alone. Located at the northern end of the town of Luxor, Karnak Temple has three main sacred areas that honor three gods: Montu, an ancient local warrior god; Amun, the chief god of Thebes; and the goddess Mut, wife of Amun. Amun, Mut and their son, Khonsu, were members of the sacred family known as the Theban Triad. The construction of Karnak Temple began in the Middle Kingdom (2040-1640 B.C.) and was completed during the New Kingdom, (1550-1070 B.C.) some 1,600 years later. Every successive king of this era added to the temple, which covers two hectares (five acres) of land. It is a complicated site with four courtyards, ten pylons, a sacred lake and many buildings. On entering the Temples you will see each legacy left by the various pharaohs. The deeper you go into the complex, the further back in time you will travel.

Day 8: Esna 

  • Temple of Khnum
    Esna, located some 33 miles south of Luxor, is where you will board your dahabiya and meet the crew of your boat tour. A thriving merchant town, Esna is best known for the small ancient Temple of Khnum, which sits 9 meters below street level. Your trip will begin with a brief walk to the temple, and a stroll through the streets filled with beautiful textiles and other exotic goods.
  • Transfer to the Nour El Nil boat in Esna
    Named by Forbes as one of the “10 Coolest Boating Experiences for Travelers in 2022” Nour Il Nil River Cruise offers an incredibly beautiful experience. Recognized by Leisure Top Yacht as a “Top Experience to Book” these breathtaking boats provide a unique blend of authentic architecture and modern luxury. The Dahabiya is a gentle, quiet, and incredibly beautiful experience, allowing you more time to enjoy unique insights into both ancient and modern Egypt outside the large cities as you drift down the Nile.
  • Nessi Gomes concert "Live From The Nile"
    Musical Performance By Nessi Gomes

Day 9: El Kab & Edfu

  • El Kab
    El Kab, on the East bank of the Nile, was once the capital of Upper Egypt and is still home to the temple of Nekhbet, as well as a row of fascinating decorated tombs carved into the slope of the mountains. Upon docking, you will embark on a beautiful walk through a small fishing village to visit the necropolis.
  • Edfu
    In the afternoon, the boat will arrive at Edfu, home to the Greco-Roman temple dedicated to the god Horus. This is among the best preserved of all Egyptian temples. Horse and carriage will take you to the temple through the busy city streets. After returning to the boat, you will set sail once again.
  • Kundalini and Live Performance
    Join Vanessa Lambert for Kundalini and live performance.

Day 10: Sail, Sing, & swim

  • A day devoted to the river Nile
    After an optional morning walk and breakfast, you will set sail; in the afternoon, you will stop at an island for a stroll or to swim in the Nile. As dusk approaches, there may be an opportunity to walk into the desert along a valley lined with boulders covered in ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs and stone-age inscriptions. These images mark the beginning of the shortest trail through the desert to Libya. At night, the boat will tie up the foot of the floodlit temple of Gebel Silsileh.
  • Vocal Odyssey with Nessi Gomes
    Vocal Odyssey is a deep yet playful self-inquiry journey of discovery into the mystery and healing forces of our most intimate musical instrument – our voice.

Day 11: Gebel Silsileh

  • Temple of Horemheb
    The Nile, flowing between two mountain ranges, is at its narrowest at this point. You will usually be the only visitors at this fascinating site, as large Nile cruisers are not allowed to stop here. After visiting the small temple of Horemheb and walking through the sandstone quarries, where ancient Egyptians cut stone for many of their most famous temples, you will visit a picturesque café to enjoy tea and shisha (water pipe). You will then sail to a picturesque riverbank where you will stop for lunch and swimming.
  • Egyptian Music and Performance

Day 12: Kom Ombo

  • Kom Ombo
    After a night on the water and beneath the stars, the morning trip will take you to the town and temple of Kom Ombo. This temple was built during the Ptolemaic period on the site of an older temple and at one of the most beautiful locations, on a bend on the river. The temple was dedicated to Sobek, the crocodile-headed god of fertility and creator of the world with Hathor and Khonsu.
  • Crocodile Museum
    After enjoying the temple, you will visit the new Crocodile Museum, which contains many mummified crocodiles, attesting to the importance the creature played in this region in ancient times.

Day 13: Aswan

  • Visit ISIS Philae temple
    Built during the reign of Ptolemy II (Egypt’s Greco-Roman Period), the Temple of Isis at Philae is dedicated to Isis, Osiris, and Horus. The temple walls contain scenes from Egyptian mythology of Isis bringing Osiris back to life, giving birth to Horus, and mummifying Osiris after his death.
  • Nubian village
    Take a motor-boat ride along the river up to the Nubian village Spend a wonderful time as you stroll between the colorful houses that more African in style than Egyptian. This fantastic tour lets you meet and impact with a Nubian family and to learn about their simple life-style, culture, and traditions. In the time of the Pharaohs, these villages were of great importance, as they were the source of gold. A fascinating culture that deep in history and still remains distinct even today.
  • Transfer to Aswan Sofitel
    Awaken to the beautiful sight of the desert closing in on the river at Aswan Bridge, and here your dahabiya journey will come to an end. You will depart relaxed and refreshed.

Day 14: Cairo or abu simbel

  • Aswan Airport Transfer for Departure
    Transfer to Aswan airport for return flights to Cairo or other destinations.
  • OR,
  • Flight to Abu Simbel
    Perhaps after the pyramids of Giza, or simultaneously with them, the great temples of Abu Simbel presents the familiar image of ancient Egypt to the modern traveler. The scale of the buildings and their detailed decoration leaves visitors in awe. The temple attraction is enhanced by its scenic location on the edge of Lake Nasser in the orange sands of the desert. Learn how their removal and reconstruction was a historic event, and how the Egyptian government secured the support of UNESCO to protect them.

Meet your Hosts:

Adam & Vanessa

Bee The Wellness leverages the expertise of two accomplished humans into one dynamic duo that brings transformative experiences to purpose-driven humans. Vanessa and Adam are tenacious change-makers working to empower adventure-seeking souls to leap into adventure, and enjoy life to the fullest. By helping clients gain mastery over their physiology and mindset through coaching, courses, and retreats, they’ve created functional, yet organic, templates for living a badass life.



We believe we have been called to fulfill our mission to help people push past personal boundaries and enjoy life to the fullest!!

We want to help you break through any paradigms that you have been mired in, and live a centered, abundant, authentic life. We have found that these adventure experiences can bring incredible transformations that can change the trajectory of anyone’s life.

What sets us apart is that we create a sacred container for magic to happen. We pay attention to every little detail in order to make the experience as seamless and beautiful as possible… and we hold the space for something unexpected and incredible to occur. 

It is so important to us that our events are truly the experience of a lifetime.

Nessi Gomes

Born on the tiny island of Guernsey (UK), singing and music became Nessi’s way of dealing with challenging life circumstances. From a young age she discovered the ability to transform discomforts and unspoken emotions by exploring sound and has continued to root herself more and more in the therapeutic value of sonic expression.

Nessi’s creative turning point took place seven years ago upon settling in the community of PachaMama in Costa Rica. The nature of the place has reshaped and deepened her approach towards music, therapy and self-healing.

In the past 4 years Nessi has shared her music and voice retreats in 25 countries. In October 2016 she released her debut album ‘Diamonds & Demons’ and received Best of British Unsigned female artist for that year.

She is a musician, and group facilitator with a BA (Hons) in Creative Expressive Therapies in Music (2007), and a certified Holistic Voice Therapist with The British Academy of Sound Therapy (BAST) in Group Voice Therapy (2014).

Vocal Odyssey is a deep yet playful self-inquiry journey of discovery into the mystery and healing forces of our most intimate musical instrument – our voice.

The process aims to pierce through the voices in our heads and to open a door for a new relationship between us and the transformative quality of our vocal expression. To bring us a bit closer to our beautiful, raw, wild and imperfect human flow.

Discover the mysteries of Egypt’s rich heritage in a tailored, unique and luxurious journey.

The Adventure Begins in Cairo
September 2-15, 2024

Your Accommodations

Nights 1-3: Marriott Mena House

Appreciate the true meaning of the word ‘unique’ at the Marriott Mena House, Cairo in a setting that has entranced travelers through the ages, where the timeless majesty of the Great Pyramids of Giza cast their spell. The tranquility and unparalleled panorama have attracted dignitaries and celebrities to this incredible location for 150 years. This hotel merges the incredible heritage of the Pyramids, and Marriott’s high standards and modern innovations. Mena House has 331 luxury rooms and suites (many boasting views of the Pyramids), lavish gardens and a swimming pool, four restaurants and lounges, expansive indoor and outdoor meetings and banquet facilities, a heated swimming pool and a health club.

Surrounded by 40 acres of gardens, the hotel is within walking distance of the Great Pyramids at Giza — the Tomb of Hemon, the Khufu Ship, and Giza Necropolis. It’s less than five minutes by car to the Great Sphinx, the Valley Temple of Khafre, and the Pyramids of Queens.

Nights 4-7: Hilton Luxor Resort and Spa

Luxor Resort & Spa, just 10 minutes from Luxor town center and is located in the village of Karnak on the east bank of the lush River Nile. Expect glorious views over the river and the historic city of Luxor. This stylish resort is the ideal base for exploring the region’s historical attractions. Among the eight restaurants and bars, you’ll find fragrant Arabian-style teas and Turkish coffees with waterfront views at Diwan Shisha Café. The sunken Oasis Pool Bar serves tasty drinks.

Nights 8-12: Nour El Nil River Cruise

Named by Forbes as one of the “10 Coolest Boating Experiences for Travelers” 2022 and recognized by Leisure Top Yacht as a “Top Experience to Book

Propelled by gentle winds, you will discover the many archaeological treasures, magnificent deserts and breathtaking vistas Egypt has to offer.

The Dahabiya is a gentle, quiet, and incredibly beautiful experience, allowing you more time to enjoy unique insights into both ancient and modern Egypt outside the large cities as you drift down the Nile.

These breathtaking boats provide a unique blend of authentic architecture and modern luxury. Each has its own character and atmosphere, but they all have comparable levels of comfort and luxury, as well as savory authentic cuisine made from fresh ingredients purchased each day from farmers and fishermen along the river.

Night 13: Sofitel Legend Old Cataract Aswan

Step into the legendary site where King Fouad once entertained and Agatha Christie famously dined and sipped cocktails; the 5-star Sofitel Legend Old Cataract Aswan Hotel. In the Nubian Desert on the banks of the Nile, opposite Elephantine Island, this majestic hotel sits on a pink granite cliff overlooking the world’s longest river. This stunning property has a legendary guest list of royals and dignitaries, including Tsar Nicholas II, Winston Churchill, Howard Carter, Margaret Thatcher, Jimmy Carter, François Mitterrand, Princess Diana, Queen Noor and Agatha Christie, who set portions of her novel Death on the Nile at this very hotel!

Expect the unexpected.

This excursion is extraordinary in every sense of the word.
You’ll experience soul-stirring moments you won’t find anywhere else!

The Adventure Begins in Cairo
September 2-15, 2024

Unlock the mysteries of ancient Egypt’s rich heritage with our curated bespoke itineraries and handpicked locales. We promise an unforgettable, life-changing experience.

Multiple payment plans and room options available.


from $13,000

  • All-inclusive access for one
  • Shared Room
September 2-15, 2024

**Double Occupancy**


from $17,000

  • All-inclusive access for one
  • Solo Room
September 2-15, 2024

**Single Occupancy**

Couple’s Room

from $26,000

  • All-inclusive access for two
  • Room for two
September 2-15, 2024

**Double Occupancy**

Panoramic Suite

from $29,000

  • All-inclusive access for two
  • Room for two
September 2-15, 2024

**Double Occupancy**

Dear traveler,

I could say that I have been planning this trip for over a year, but in reality, this trip has been at least five years in the making, and on a grander scale, it is a trip I have been planning since I was a little girl. Like Egypt, planning this trip requires a level of focus and devotion that asks you to step up bigger than you have ever stepped up before. In the past 11 years, I have created adventures worldwide, and no other trip has required the amount of devotion, orchestration, connection, and love as this project.

If you ever want to go to Egypt or have that as a bucket list destination, I encourage you to make this trip happen! This trip has an incredibly high level of luxury, curation, and attention to detail that I promise you will not find again. This is not something I say lightly. This is over a decade of experience sharing that no trip like this will ever happen again on planet earth. Period.

I know that Egypt is preparing us for something miraculous, and I am so excited to see the group that comes together for this experience.

With love and in service,


Frequently Asked Questions

Traveling solo? No problem. We’ll pair you up with a same-sex roommate to share your journey. Warning: this could lead to life-long friendships and memories to last a lifetime!

While we love kids, this is an adults-only event. Children 16 years or older may be considered if accompanied by a guardian. 

No, each traveler is responsible for getting to and from Cairo.

Once you arrive in Cairo, all of your domestic flights and transfers are included.

We will arrange transport for you from Cairo airport to our hotel. 

You’ll fly in and out of Cairo (CAI).

Your flights to and from CAI.

If you are staying additional nights you will need to arrange transport and hotel accommodations. If you require assistance with this, we are happy to assist.


While we cover the expected gratuities on our scheduled routes and tours, there could be unexpected opportunities to gain access to private areas, and tipping (baksheesh) may be expected. Because of the unpredictable nature of these occurrences, we encourage you to have some cash on hand.

In addition to backsheesh, gratuities that are not included would be for bellhops or any services you choose to schedule, like massages or spa treatments.

Alcohol is not included.

Our intention for this retreat is to focus on connecting with the spirit of Egypt and opening to the unique energy and magic that this sacred land reveals.

So, while alcohol will be available, we suggest minimizing your intake while on the retreat.

Please let us know if there is something you would like to opt-out ahead of time of so we can prepare accordingly. 

We will have a range of dietary options available: gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegetarian. We are unable to provide a 100% vegan option.

After you sign up, we will ask you for your dietary preferences and restrictions.

November is one of the best times of year to visit Egypt. It's the beginning of winter, and the temperatures cool off dramatically, offering respite from the scorching heat of the summer months.

Expect highs near 77f and lows around 59f.

Once you sign up, we’ll send you a packing list that covers everything you’ll need.

Airfare to and from Cairo (domestic flights during the trip are included).

Any trip extensions or additional services.

All items of a personal nature, and travel insurance (required).

Please see our Terms Of Service for the complete cancellation policy. 

  • Greater than 90 days 50% refunded
  • 90 - 60 days 10% refunded
  • Less than 60 days no refund
  • 20% fee for bookings that are transferred to another person or event

There is laundry service at the hotels however, please be aware of the time it takes to receive the laundry back. 

Nile Cruise:
Unfortunately, we do not have an "official" laundry service on board. That said, we have a small washing machine that our crew uses to wash their clothes. Our crew is happy to wash small loads of laundry for you as a courtesy at no cost. If you wish to leave a small tip for the crew member who does this, that is always welcome but not required. Your clothes will be hung-dry in the sun.

Yes, WiFi is available on both the cruise and at the hotels. While we discourage guests from using WiFi too frequently, as we prefer you'd disconnect and enjoy the beautiful Nile views, the internet is available for those who need it.

The WiFi signal is not always available and is subject to the connectivity available throughout the Nile. Therefore, you should not rely on it to work 100% of the time. That being said, you can use it to email and send messages about 70% of the time.

The following advice applies to women when visiting historical sites: Short skirts/shorts, revealing tank tops, or other potentially “provocative” clothing are not recommended. Unfortunately, this type of dress attracts unwanted attention and can be looked down upon, given that Egypt is a primarily Muslim country.

In general, women should wear long sleeves and dresses in Cairo and cities/locations other than Luxor, Aswan, and Hurgada, where more comfortable and less conservative clothing is more accepted because of tourism. When in these locations, it is still good to adhere to having a shawl to cover up when needed.

The above advice does not apply to the Nile river cruise. You are welcome to wear whatever you want while on the cruise, including bathing suits, bikinis, tank tops, etc. The boat staff are used to serving western clients and are not offended. The boat staff is completely respectful and, most of all, wants you to be comfortable. After all, Egypt can be quite hot at times!

Discover the mysteries of Egypt’s rich heritage in a tailored, unique and luxurious journey.

The Adventure Begins in Cairo
September 2-15, 2024

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