Egypt! Lost Technology and Wisdom of the Ancients Tour

Event Date(s): 
05/03/2018 - 10:00 to 18/03/2018 - 17:00

Egypt! Lost Technology and Wisdom of the Ancients Tour

March 2018: Egypt!

Lost Technology and Wisdom of the Ancients Tour

March 5th – March 18th, 2018

With Optional March 19th – 22nd Lebanon Extension, featuring visits to Byblos & Ba’albek

Join these Researchers and Explorers as they examine the evidence and discuss the remarkable indications of what is possibly the world’s greatest secret– that a highly advanced civilization with superior intelligence and capabilities once inhabited our planet tens of thousands of years ago

Basic Daily Itinerary:

Day  1  Monday, March 5  Arrival & Dinner Mena House Hotel, Giza  (D)

Day  2  Tuesday, March 6  Visit to Giza Pyramids Mena House Hotel, Giza (B,L)

Day   3  Wednesday, March 7   Egyptian Museum Le Meridien  Airport  (B,L)

Day   4   Thursday, March 8    Fly to Sohag and visit Seti I Temple and Osirieon Maritim Jolie Ville Kings Island Resort,  Luxor  (B,L,D)

Day   5    Friday, March 9  Hathor Temple at Dendera Maritim Jolie Ville Kings Island Resort, Luxor (B,L)

Day   6    Saturday, March 10  Valley of Kings, Hatshepsut Temple & Colossi of Memnon 5 Star Blue Shadow Nile Cruise Ship (B,L,D)

Day    7   Sunday, March 11    Karnak and Luxor Temple  Blue Shadow Nile Cruise (B,L,D)

Day   8   Monday, March 12   Kom-Ombo Blue Shadow Nile Cruise  (B.L.D)

Day   9  Tuesday, March 13  Unfinished Obelisk & Isis Temple  Blue Shadow Nile Cruise (B,L,D)

Day 10  Wednesday, March 14  Elephantine Island and Flight to Cairo  Blue Shadow Nile Cruise (B,L)

Day 11  Thursday, March 15 Step Pyramid, Healing Hospital, Unas Pyramid Entry & Serapeum at Saqqara Mena House Hotel , Giza (B.L) 

 Day 12  Friday, March 16   Tanis  Mena House Hotel Giza (B,L)

 Day 13   Saturday, March 17  PRIVATE VISITS Between the Paws of the Sphinx and Inside the Great Pyramid Le Meridien  Airport  (B,D)

Day 14  Sunday March 18 Transfer to airport  (B)

This 14 day tour includes all transport within Egypt (starting and ending in Cairo), hotels, entrance fees to the visited sites/museums, cruise related fees. and guide services. Included meals for each day are indicated on the itinerary below. Participants are responsible for their own personal travel and liability insurance.

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