Day 1 – Arrive Cairo (D): Upon arrival, spend the afternoon and early evening exploring the Cairo Pyramids.
Day 2 – Cairo – Luxor – Embark Nile Cruise (B L D): Fly to Luxor, embark on your luxury Nile Cruise and enjoy the sights of the Nile Valley as you drift slowly by.
Day 3 – Luxor – Edfu – Nile River Cruise (B L D): Sail to Esna, experience crossing Esna Lock and later proceed to Edfu.
Day 5 – Aswan – Nile River Cruise (B L D): Optional tour to Abu Simbel. In the afternoon, make a tour of Aswan. Experience felucca sailing around Elephantine Island and Botanical Island and enjoy an Egyptian Theme Dinner in the evening.
Day 6 – Aswan – Disembark Nile Cruise – Cairo (B L D): Disembark from Nile Cruise. Fly back to Cairo and visit the impressive Egyptian National Museum. Shop at the historic Khan el-Khalili bazaar.
Day 7 – Cairo – Alexandria – Cairo (B L D): Proceed to Alexandria for a city tour covering Pompey’s Pillar, Catacombs of Komash-Shouqafa, Montazah Palace and Fort Qaitbey.
Day 8 – Depart Cario (B L): Morning free at leisure. After lunch, transfer to airport for departure flight.
Day 9 – Arival home
Note: The itinerary may vary slightly depending on your choice of airline.
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7 Day 4 Night Itinerary
Day 1 – Kuala Lumpur – Nairobi
Day 2 – Arrive Nairobi – Aberdare National Park (B L D): Met on arrival Nairobi and transferred to the Somak Safari Lounge to freshen-up and served with light breakfast. Later, drive north through the rich farming areas arriving at the Aberdare Country Club for a sumptuous lunch. The Aberdare’s forest is rich in wildlife; elephants, black rhinos, warthog, bush pig, giant forest hog, waterbuck, leopard, rare bongo, reptiles and insects. After lunch, transfer to The Ark Lodge – Tree House Lodge. Bring overnight bags; your main luggage is stored at the Aberdare for collection the following day. Here you will enjoy excellent views of animals visiting the waterhole from the observation deck of the lodge.
Day 3 – Aberdare National Park – Lake Nakuru National Park – Lake Naivasha National Park (B L D): After breakfast, collect left luggage and drive into the Great Rift Valley to Lake Nakuru National Park, with 56 different species of mammals including white rhino and buffaloes and nearly 450 species of birds. The lake hosts thousands of flamingoes, which create a breathtaking shimmering pink hue over the lake. In the afternoon, enjoy a game-drive in the park, sanctuary to the endangered black & white rhinos. Depart for Lake Naivasha National Park, 1880 metres above sea level. Enjoy a scenic boat ride to see large pods of hippos lying half submerged in the water. Colobus monkeys are often seen in the canopy of the Acacia forests around the lake. From the boat, you can see cormorants, wild geese, pelicans, waterbucks and eagles. It is lovely to watch as the eagles fly overhead to grab the fish that you throw in the air. Dinner and overnight at Lake Naivasha Country Club.
Day 4 – Lake Naivasha National Park – Masai Mara (B L D): After an early breakfast, drive into the world famous Masai Mara Game Reserve and enjoy a late afternoon game-drive in one of the world’s finest game reserves. Spotting lions, cheetahs and other spectacular predators are some of the highlights of your day. Around July, the great migration takes place from the north of Serengeti plains and return to the south around Oct. The plains are full of wildebeest, zebra, impala, topi, giraffe and Thomson’s gazelle. Also regularly seen are leopards, lions, hyenas, cheetahs, jackals and bat-eared foxes. Black rhino are a little shy and hard to spot but are often seen at a distance. Before dinner, thrill to the romance of a bush Sundown Cocktail Party set high upon the Mara Escarpment. Dinner will be served at the lodge.
Day 5 – Maasai Mara (B L D): This morning, proceed on an early game viewing drive to search for the myriad species of game that make this reserve their home. If you are lucky, you can witness the kill action, moment by moment, right in front of your unbelieving eyes. A visit to a Maasai village is an interesting experience. As you arrive at the village, excited children and adults welcome you with song and dance. You will then be welcomed into one of the homesteads in the village. The village huts (called Manyatta) are made of cow dung and clay plastered over stick frames. Here you will get an opportunity to buy hand-made souvenirs to take back home. Optional activity: Balloon Safari over the Mara plains. Estimated cost: USD 450 per person including certificate.
Day 6 – Maasai Mara – Naroibi (B L D): After breakfast drive 300 km to Nairobi and transfer to the Intercontinental Hotel for lunch. Tonight we will enjoy a farewell dinner in the famous Carnivore restaurant. Every type of meat imaginable, including zebra, crocodile, ostrich, giraffe, wildebeest, beef, lamb, chicken, sausages, etc., is skewered on traditional Maasai swords over a huge, visually spectacular charcoal pit that dominates the entrance of the restaurant. After dinner, transfer to the airport for your flight home.
Day 7 – Arrive Kuala Lumpur
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8 Day 5 Night Itinerary
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Day 6 – Maasai Mara – Naroibi (B L D): After breakfast drive 300 km to Nairobi and transfer to the Intercontinental Hotel for lunch. Tonight we will enjoy a farewell dinner in the famous Carnivore restaurant. Every type of meat imaginable, including zebra, crocodile, ostrich, giraffe, wildebeest, beef, lamb, chicken, sausages, etc., is skewered on traditional Maasai swords over a huge, visually spectacular charcoal pit that dominates the entrance of the restaurant. After dinner, transfer to the airport for your flight home. Overnight at Intercontinental Hotel Nairobi.
Day 7 – Naroibi – Kuala Lumpur (B L): The Nairobi sightseeing tour includes a visit to the colourful City Market, Parliament Buildings, Kenyatta International Conference Centre and the Snake Park, finishing with a visit to the National Museum, a major international centre of human and pre-human history. The displays include prehistoric artifacts, over 900 stuffed birds and animals, fossils from Lake Turkana, ethnic displays from various Kenyan tribal groups as well as local artistic exhibits. One of the main attractions is the People of Kenya tribal portraits by Joy Adamson, author of Born Free, and her delicate watercolours of Kenyan flowers and plants. After lunch, is time to bid farewell to this wonderful country depart to the airport for your flight home.
Day 8 – Arrive Kuala Lumpur
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Day 1 – Depart For Johannesburg
Day 2 – Arrival Johannesburg – Sun City (L): Upon arrival, proceed for an orientation tour of Johannesburg and Pretoria, the “Jacaranda City “ and view the impressive Union Buildings, South Africa’s finest architectural masterpiece. Proceed to Sun City with an enormous range of things to do both in and outdoors; scintillating entertainment, a wonderful selection of shops and boutiques and lots of extravagant theme rides. Explore Sun City and Lost City and discover many myths and legends from Africa’s distant past. Entrance is included to the Valley of Waves, one of the most advanced water-parks in the world.
Day 3 – Johannesburg (B L D): Visit Gold Reef City, an old gold mining town, and learn how gold was extracted in the past. Witness molten gold poured and watch an exciting display of tribal dancing. Shop at Sandton mall and enjoy the famous Carnivore wild game dinner where joints of meat skewered on large Maasai swords are grilled to perfection.
Day 4 – Sun City – Johannesburg (B L D): Enjoy the African Dawn Safari at Pilanesberg National Park by four-wheel-drive. There is a good possibility of sighting all of the Big Five – lion, rhino, elephant, leopard and buffalo. After a late breakfast in the hotel, Visit Sundown Lion Park which currently has 42 lions, including 13 lions under the age of 18 months. You will be able to handle the small lion cubs and have your photo taken with them. Continue with an educational tour to a diamond factory.
Day 5 – Johannesburg – Cape Town (B L D): After breakfast, transfer to airport for flight to Cape Town. Enjoy a Cape Town city tour which includes a drive past the Town’s City Hall and the Malay Quarter. Travel up to the famous Table Mountain via cable car (subject to weather conditions). Go up the summit in less than 10 minutes as the cable car’s rotating floor ensures everyone gets a 360 degree aerial view of the city.
Day 6 – Cape Town (B L D): Full day tour of Cape Peninsula. Cruise to Seal Island (subject to weather conditions) to enjoy viewing seals and sea birds at Duiker Island, followed by wine tasting at Groot Constantia Winery. Visit a Penguin Colony at Boulder’s Beach between Simon’s Town and Cape Point. Boulders has become world famous for its thriving colony of African Penguins and resplendent wind sheltered, safe beaches. Tour the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve where indigenous fauna and flora are conserved in this priceless wilderness area. The scenery en route to Cape Point, at the South Western tip of the reserve, is particularly lovely in spring when wildflowers carpet the landscape.
Day 7 – Cape Town (B): Free at own leisure to explore South Africa’s most cosmopolitan city.
Day 8 – Cape Town – Kuala Lumpur (B): After breakfast, transfer to airport for flight home.
Day 9 – Arrival Kuala Lumpur
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