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We could not have had such a seamless trip without the help of Elegant Voyages. Pick up at the airport. We started with Nile River cruise on night of arrival. Next day was a full day of Pyramids and Sphinx and sites. Next day was...More
There is not another word that I can say about our experience with Elegant Voyage than "Amazing!" Coming into Cairo was so easy with our tour manager Achmed. He made the process of getting a visa and going through customs, so easy. If that was...More
This agency that represents itself as one of Expedia's partners are DESPICABLE!
When my husband and I arrived in Cairo at 2:30am, Tuesday, September 6 (based on a delay in our flight from Paris), we were greeted by an Elegant Voyage/Expedia guide, Ahmed Bakarat,on arrival....More
We ordered this service to pick us up at the Cairo airport. It shows a picture of a swank limo. We knew there was something wrong when the guy meeting us at the airport had a sign with tow names. We soon leaned this was...More
from picking us up at the airport to providing our meals this company went out of their way to make sure our honeymoon was a wonderful one. From the driver of the private car to the tour guide everyone was wonderfully friendly they made sure...More
Visiting the pyramids was inspiring. Could not believe we were actually looking at all the history in front of us. We were overwhelmed by it all. The Tutankhamen Museum was actually unbelievable. Could spend hours there, but went onto further sights of nearby. Had my...More
We arrived in Cairo and was met at the airport by a GO TRAVEL EGYPT guide Moustafa. He managed to get us through customs fast and whisked us through all the people into our private van. At the hotel we were met by the owner...More
This trip is a must when going to Egypt. The sights are stunning and well worth the money. Beware of being offered camels for your wife though! Ha ha!!
Another thing, when we were trying to take pics of the Spinx, little Egyptian children were...More