Alexandria Boat tours, water sports and marine wildlife 2019/2020
4 superb boat s, water sports and marine wildlife trips in Alexandria.
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All boat s, water sports and marine wildlife trips are delivered by 2 tour operators in Alexandria.
Prices range from 440 USD to 3,400 USD and our boat s, water sports and marine wildlife trips last from 4 days and to 11 days.
“My husband Peter and I Lili had a marvelous time in Egypt organized by Ramasside. From the moment we arrived at Cairo airport everything was taken care of (the visa, transfers, tour guides, drivers, 5 star hotels, tours). It was a private tour for the 2 of us in air conditioned cars or vans.
The tour guides Sara in Cairo, Mohamed Salama in Alexandria, and Zakaria in Luxor were excellent.
All in all our trip was amazing.
Thanks Nada and Omar for organizing it.”
“Our tour of Egypt was amazing from start to finish. We really appreciated all help you provided in planning and customizing the tour to our desires. We found your staff very helpful throughout, expediting our passage through customs to get a the visa, and making sure travel from hotel and between sites was easy. Each guide provided was an expert and helped us gain a greater appreciation for both the history of ancient Egypt and the people of modern Egypt. We saw so many incredible things and learned so much about your country. I do hope to visit again sometime in the future.”
“This was my first time in in Egypt, it was an unforgettable experience! After seeing the Great Pyramids in Giza I took an overnight train to Luxor and spent several days exploring everything Luxor has to offer. I found the Valley of the King’s on the West Bank to be particularly fascinating (So much Ancient Egyptian history in a relatively small area!). I then spent three nights on a Nile cruise towards Aswan. The weather was perfect and we stopped at two Ancient Egyptian temples, Edfu and Kom Ombo. My tour guide was a certified Egyptogolist named Ahmed Haggag Ali. He really seemed to enjoy being a tour guide and his English was perfect. He explained the temples to me and was able to answer all of my questions. Kom Ombo was particularly fascinating to me because it was an ancient hospital. After arriving in Aswan, Ahmed was also my tour guide for visiting Abu Simbel (Another must see part of Egypt!). I highly recomend visiting Egypt and having Ahmed as a guide, you will not be disappointed.”