Experience the Total Solar Eclipse in Luxor, Egypt: Special Tour from July 23 to August 3, 2027

Witness a six-minute total solar eclipse from Luxor, Egypt August 2, 2027
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Egypt Eclipse Tour And Cruise 2027
Egypt Eclipse Tour And Cruise 2027
LUXOR, Egypt - June 21, 2024 - PRLog -- Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime journey to witness a total solar eclipse from Luxor, Egypt, from July 23 to August 3, 2027. This exclusive tour includes stops in Cairo, Alexandria, Giza, Aswan, and Luxor, with Luxor offering over six minutes of total eclipse totality and the highest probability of clear skies on August 2, 2027. Enjoy luxurious accommodations and a 5-star cruise at an exceptional value.

Daniel Oppliger, President of Tropical Sails Corp, shared a client's awe-inspiring experience: "Seeing a total solar eclipse is like seeing the face of God." Since an unexpected phone call in 1990, Tropical Sails has been providing unforgettable solar eclipse travel experiences.

Tour Highlights:
  • Explore the Grand Egyptian Museum, the Pyramids of Giza, the Great Sphinx, Memphis, Sakkara, and Old Cairo.
  • Enjoy a full-day tour of Alexandria, including the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization and the Citadel of Salah.
  • Embark on a luxurious Nile River cruise from Aswan on a top-tier Egyptian ship, visiting the Aswan Dam and Philae Temple.
  • Cruise stops include Kom Ombo, Edfu, and both the East and West Banks of Luxor.

The pinnacle of this trip is viewing the total solar eclipse from the spacious grounds of a hotel on a private island in Luxor. The tour includes daily breakfasts, lunches during excursions, all meals on the cruise, and a celebration dinner on August 2nd.

Booking Information:
  • Early booking price: $5,180 per person (double occupancy), plus internal airfare (estimated at no more than $300).
  • Reserve your spot online or contact TSC International Travel at 800-595-1003 or 915-280-2922.
  • For complete details, visit tropicalsails.com

Secure your place on this extraordinary adventure and witness the awe-inspiring total solar eclipse from one of the best vantage points on Earth.


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