A world of ancient wonders, we explore Egypt and Jordan through a number of exciting tours and cruising. From the Great Pyramids of Giza, to sand-covered tombs and the mysterious Dead Sea, be prepared to unearth a trove of treasures.
Cairo offers you prime access to the Great Pyramid of Giza and the Great Sphinx of Giza, while the ancient temples of Luxor eagerly await your exploration. A relaxing cruise along the Nile River takes you up close to ancient wonders in style.
With a history stretching back almost 5,000 years and sacred sites including the Western Wall, the Dome of the Rock and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, there are few places in the world that resonate in the same way as Israel.
A wide range of World Heritage sites await in Jordan. Discover the rock-carved city of Petra. Race across the lunar-like landscape of Wadi Rum by 4WD. Float in the Dead Sea. See the ancient and modern world collide in Amman.
A whirlwind of colour, sound and movement: welcome to Morocco. A country where the desert meets the mountains, and the mountains meet the sea. Where cities are bustling, medinas are maze-like, the coffee is strong and the tea is minty. There’s never a dull moment in magical Morocco.
Picture skies filled with hot air balloons. Biting into sugar-dusted Turkish Delight. Following the trail of iconic ANZAC sites. Happily getting lost in the Grand Bazaar. Encountering ancient Greek cities. This is Turkey, where landscapes are diverse, history is long and religions collide.
Intriguing cultures and ancient history are entwined to make for one of the world’s most impressive regions. Welcome to a world of colossal pyramids, medieval bazaars, temples and cities carved from stone.
Climb aboard the MS Royal Lily for a cruise along the Nile. Enjoy the journey itself as much as each destination, thanks to exciting shore excursions, activities and delicious dining
Explore the lost temples of Ramses II at Abu Simbel which were buried underground for 3,000 years, now guarded by four colossal statues of the pharaoh
Welcome to one of the world’s holiest cities: Jerusalem. Here you’ll see the Western Wall and the gold-topped dome of Temple Mount
You’re guaranteed to be left speechless after wandering the World Heritage city of Petra
Float effortlessly in the Dead Sea, where salt-rich waters make for an interesting and unmissable holiday experience
In Tel Aviv, wander the streets of its oldest neighbourhood, Jaffa, which are filled with art galleries, bars and cafes