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Cosmopolitan Beirut, the stunning Jeita Grottoes, old souks & markets of Beirut, beautiful & historic Albergo Hotel

Beirut is a surprisingly modern and energetic city, and this short 4-day break is an excellent introduction to the city and its surroundings. From old souks and market to modern designer shops, Beirut is the perfect place of the shopaholic and with plenty of things to see and do, you'll love your time in this wonderful city.

We start our Beirut break with sightseeing tour of the city, including a drive to Pigeon Rock, a famous beauty spot, time to visit the National Museum and a stop at Martyrs Square. Next, we head out to the nearby Dog River, with its archaeological inscriptions date back to Pharaonic times and then descend into the spectacular cave system known as Jeita Grotto. These two interconnected caves span a total length of almost 9 km and are adorned with splendid stalactites and stalagmites.

This tour stays at the Hotel Albergo, which is a 'Relais & Chateaux' property, and the large suites are full of antiques and period furniture.

Upon arrival at Beirut airport, our guide will meet you and transfer you to your hotel in the city. The rest of today is free for you to begin exploring this beautiful coastal city.

    Beirut hotel
    Single Room Supplement (LBTMBC), Extra day in Beirut - pre-tour

We begin today with a tour of Beirut. Firstly, we take a drive along the coast to the beautiful Pigeons Rock, and enjoy this amazing natural wonder. It's then on to the National Museum, which is home to over 100,000 exhibits, but only a fraction are now on display. You can work your way through the museum in chronological order from the Bronze Age right through to present day. Our last stop of the day it Martyrs Square, which was the old centre of Beirut before being completely ravaged during the war. You can see signs of the war at every turn and also marvel at the massive reconstruction project aimed at resorting Beirut to its pre-war glory.

The evening is free for you to do a little shopping and perhaps sample one of the many world class restaurants that the city has to offer.

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Today we drive north from Beirut to visit Nahr al-Kalb, better known as 'Dog River'. Here, at the mouth of the river, there are ancient inscriptions dating back to Pharaonic times, which commemorate various conquests and glories.

Next we head to the Jeita Grotto, an amazing cave system which totals over 9 km in length. These caves were rediscovered in 1836 and a series of walk ways lead down in this spectacular underground world filled with enormous stalactites and stalagmites. The lower galleries can only be accessed by boat and the upper galleries are home to the world largest stalactite.

We finally return to Beirut where the afternoon and evening are free for you to explore the city further, enjoy some excellent shopping and sample more of the countries amazing cuisine. Don't forget to take an evening stroll along the Corniche!

    Beirut hotel
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You have free time today to do some last minute shopping or a little extra sightseeing, before we transfer you to the airport for departure.

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    Extra day in Beirut - post-tour
  • All Accommodation
  • All meals indicated in your itinerary
  • Airport transfers at the start and end of your trip
  • Site entrance fees for all tours detailed in your itinerary
  • Qualified tour guide to accompany you on all sightseeing
  • Private vehicles for all road journeys indicated
  • Lebanon tourist visa
  • Comprehensive pre-departure material

  • International flights (can be arranged on request)
  • Departure taxes
  • Tips
  • Meals, drinks & snacks not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Any other items not mentioned in the itinerary
Beirut City Break accommodation
The hotels and accommodations listed below are the ones we use most often on this tour. From time to time we may exchange these for similar properties at the same level. In general, specific hotels cannot be guaranteed on our group tours, but you may select your preferred options if you are booking a tailor-made trip.
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Albergo Hotel
Beirut, Lebanon

Under 5 minutes' walk from trendy Mono Street in Beirut's Achrafieh district, Albergo Hotel provides rooms with handpicked furniture and hot t...

Under 5 minutes' walk from trendy Mono Street in Beirut's Achrafieh district, Albergo Hotel provides rooms with handpicked furniture and hot tub baths. Its rooftop features a restaurant.

Suites all have separate living areas with crystal chandeliers and oriental rugs. They have their own balconies and bathrooms with branded toiletries. Included is a satellite flat-screen TV and DVD player.

Guests can enjoy views across the city to the Mediterranean. Professional massages are also available at Hotel Albergo.

The Al Dente Restaurant serves fine Italian cuisine in an intimate ambiance. Offering inlaid wooden furniture and scenic city views, the rooftop restaurant provides a wide variety of a la carte meals.

There is an on-site gift shop in the Albergo Hotel. Its staff can arrange reservations, as well as travel assistance and room service.

Beirut City Break options

Our tours are designed to include all that you need to enjoy a really special time in the destination you're visiting. However, we do also offer some extra options to complement the tour and add some additional sightseeing or activities, or some extra time at either end of the tour.

All accommodation based options (e.g. Single supplements, extra nights, cruise upgrades) should be booked and paid for in advance so that we can make the appropriate arrangements. Other options may either be booked and paid for in advance or while you are on the tour, though we recommend booking in advance to ensure there are no issues with availability.

Many options are priced the same throughout the year, but some may incur single or high season supplements - full details are given on the tour reservation form or on request.

Single Room Supplement (LBTMBC)
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This option books a single room in all the accommodation throughout the tour. Room shares are not available on this tour, so if you are single..

This option books a single room in all the accommodation throughout the tour. Room shares are not available on this tour, so if you are single traveller then you will need to add this option to your booking.

Note: The price shown is a low season price. Slightly higher prices may apply during high and peak seasons - the exact price for your dates will be shown on the online booking form and is always available on request.

Extra day in Beirut - pre-tour
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Extra day in Beirut - pre-tour
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This option adds an extra day to the start of your tour, staying in the same hotel as the main tour itself (subject to availability). Your air..

This option adds an extra day to the start of your tour, staying in the same hotel as the main tour itself (subject to availability). Your airport arrival transfer is still included. Prices shown are per person and based on two people sharing.

Note: Single room and peak season supplements apply.

Extra day in Beirut - post-tour
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Extra day in Beirut - post-tour
Min numbers: 1 person

This option adds an extra day to the end of your tour, staying in the same hotel as the main tour itself (subject to availability). Your airpo..

This option adds an extra day to the end of your tour, staying in the same hotel as the main tour itself (subject to availability). Your airport departure transfer is still included. Prices shown are per person and based on two people sharing.

Note: Single room and peak season supplements apply.

Beirut City Break tour notes

The detailed Tour Notes below have been written to give you some more detailed information about how the tour runs, what to expect, and how to prepare for your holiday. We recommend downloading an up to date copy of these shortly before you travel in case of any changes.

We use good quality 4-star hotels on this tour. Accommodation is based on twin, triple or double en-suite rooms with air conditioning. Please visit the accommodation tab of this tour for examples of the hotels normally used on this tour. If you have any specific accommodation requests please let us know and we'll be happy to provide you with a customised quotation.

Our trips feature a mix of different transport options. We want you to feel like you're really experiencing the country you're travelling through, but at the same time we want you to finish journeys refreshed enough to enjoy the next stage of the tour. Our routes in Lebanon and the small distances involved mean that we use private vehicles throughout this tour.

Your airport transfers are only included on the first and last day of the set tour itinerary, plus on any additional days if you book your hotel room with us. If you make your own arrangements for additional accommodation at either the beginning or the end of the tour then you will need to arrange your own airport transfers on these days.

We want to give you as much flexibility as possible when it comes to booking your holiday with us. So, to take account of people with varying travel plans, except on some Escorted Tours, we don’t include your international flights in the main tour price. We are however very happy to book your flights for you. Our ATOL (UK flight sales license - No. 10467) protects all holidays booked together with a flight from the UK.

Please contact us with your preferred dates and departure airport and we’ll give you a selection of airlines, times and fares to choose from. Your airport arrival & departure transfers are included on the first and last days of the tour whether you book your flights independently or through us. Nearly all our Lebanese tours start and finish in Beirut airport (BEY).

As we don't offer guaranteed group departures on this tour we can run the itinerary for however many people you happen to be travelling with, starting from 1 upwards. The prices given for this tour are based on a minimum of 2 passengers travelling, so if you have a different number of passengers in your group please contact us for a customised quotation.

In Lebanon we provide fully trained, local English-speaking guides for all of the sightseeing tours. At Encounters Travel we only use local guides and reps. We feel this gives you the best experience of the country and the sites you are seeing. Please check our website for more details and profiles of some of our most famous guides.

The tour price includes entrance fees to all the tourist sites mentioned in the itinerary. If you visit any sites not mentioned in the itinerary then you will need to cover the entrance fee costs.

Tipping is common practice in Lebanon, as a sign of appreciation for services provided. You may therefore wish to tip your guide and driver at the end of the tour. You should not feel obliged to tip any particular amount, and should consider your personal budget. We are often asked to provide a guide however, and can suggest that approx. GBP 5 / USD 8 per person per day would be appropriate.

You should ensure you are fully insured for medical emergencies including emergency evacuation and repatriation.

Recommended vaccinations and other health protection measures vary according to the country you are visiting and where you are travelling from. We recommend you contact your GP/medical practitioner or a travel clinic for current information on vaccinations needed for your destination.  You should ensure that you are up to date with vaccines and boosters recommended for your normal life at home, including for example, vaccines required for occupational risk of exposure, lifestyle risks and underlying medical conditions.
In addition, additional courses or boosters normally recommended for the countries in this region are:

Egypt: Tetanus, Typhoid, Hepatitis A
Jordan: Tetanus, Hepatitis A
Israel: Hepatitis A, Poliomyelitis
Lebanon: Dipheria, Hepatitis A

Malaria is not generally present unless it has been contracted abroad; you do not need to take malaria prophylactics.

More information is available here: Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Lebanon

Note: We are aware of some places in Egypt using ‘black henna’ instead of pure brown henna. Black henna contains a chemical dye PPD (paraphenylenediamine) which can result in severe allergic reactions and resultant scarring. To be safe we recommend avoiding any henna tattoos while in Egypt unless you are certain they are using pure brown henna.

Passports should be valid for at least six months after your departure from the country. Please do not bring an almost full or almost expired passport. Visa arrangements are the responsibility of the traveller, and requirements are subject to change by the local authorities.

For many nationalities visiting Lebanon a visa on arrival is possible at Beirut International Airport. This applies to most countries of the Commonwealth, European Union, Russia, Japan and the US continent. Even if you are eligible for a visa on arrival, it is prudent to check up to date requirements with your nearest Lebanese consulate.

Other nationalities may require a visa prior to arrival and to obtain this in advance, please contact your local Lebanese embassy or consulate or a visa agency for details.

IMPORTANT: The Government of Lebanon denies entry to Israeli passport holders, Israeli visa holders (valid or expired) and those with any evidence of travel to Israel within their passport.

The time in Egypt, Jordan and Israel is GMT plus 2 hours. Daylight saving adjustments have historically been applied in some years but not others. At present it appears that there will be no daylight saving changes in Egypt 2016 and beyond, though this may change at short notice (with a resulting impact on flight times and schedules). In Jordan and Israel, daylight saving of one hour is generally applied between the end of March and the end of October, making it GMT plus 3 hours. Exact dates vary from year to year and sometimes the changes may be scrapped altogether.

Sockets are two round pronged and 220 volts (Type C). Universal adaptors are available in most airport shops if you don’t have one already. Standard European adapters will work fine, though sometimes they may feel a little loose in the sockets. All hotel rooms have electrical sockets where you can re-charge cameras, phones etc. Hair dryers are normally available on request from the hotel reception if not in your room already.
If you have US appliances (110 volts) you will need a voltage converter as well as a plug adapter.

The local currency in Lebanon is the Lebanese Pounds (called Lira). You do not need to arrange to bring any Lebanese currency with you as exchange facilities are available in the international airports and in most hotels, banks and bureau de changes in major towns. You should try to obtain and keep hold of small denomination notes or coins on you during the tour as these are useful for toilets, tips and small purchases. ATMs are readily available in major towns and many local shops will accept VISA/Mastercard or Amex, but may charge additional fees - check before you pay. Travellers cheques are not recommended as they can not be changed in many places now, and can incur high fees.

While in Lebanon you will need sufficient funds to cover meals not included in the itinerary, drinks, snacks, souvenirs and personal expenses such as laundry. These should generally all be paid for in local currency, though tips for guides and drivers may be paid in hard currency (GBP, USD, EUR).

It is difficult to recommend a level of personal spending money which will suit everyone as this can differ greatly, but as a guideline, we would suggest allowing USD 25-35 per person per day as a minimum. Allow more if you plan on doing lots of shopping, or buying many alcoholic drinks.

Luggage: Suitcases, rucksacks or fabric holdalls are all fine to bring with you to Lebanon. You should also bring a small daypack/bag to take out during the day. Your main luggage will normally be left in the hotel during your sightseeing trips – you will not need to carry it far, and there are nearly always hotel porters to assist.

Luggage limits: There is no luggage limit for this tour. However, most airlines restrict you to between 20kg and 25kg for your hold luggage and between 5kg and 10kg for hand luggage. Please check with your airline before travelling to the airport.

Clothing: The climate in Lebanon varies widely from hot days in the summer to cool and sometimes wet days in the winter months. At night, especially in the deserts, the temperatures can drop quite dramatically. So you must pack for cool conditions. Formal dress (eg. suits & ties) is not required. When visiting any mosques, legs and arms should be covered.

Other items: We also recommend you bring a sun hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, a basic first aid kit, toiletries, money belt, small torch, camera & charger.

This tour is designed as a sample tailor-made tour itinerary. As such we do not offer set group departure dates that you can join. Rather, the tour is available for you to do privately starting on any date of the year. Guideline seasonal prices are given below, based on 2 people travelling. If you would like to adjust the tour itinerary, or there will be more or less people travelling, please contact us and we will customise a price for you.

If you would like to book a place on this tour, please complete the online reservation form on our website (via the Dates & Prices tab on the tour page). You can pay your deposit or full balance online, or just hold a reservation if you prefer. We will then contact you with more details about how to complete your booking. Payments may be made by debit or credit card (subject to a card processing fee), or by making a bank transfer or posting us a cheque/bank draft. Full details will be provided in your booking confirmation email. Please contact us if you would like any more information or have any questions before making a booking.

Travel insurance is compulsory on all of our tours and needs to cover personal accident & liability, medical expenses and repatriation, travel delay & abandonment. We also strongly recommend that you take out cover against cancellation and lost/stolen baggage. Personal medical insurance does not normally provide sufficient cover and is generally not suitable for travel on our tours. You will not be able to join your tour if you have not provided us with details of your insurance or if you arrive without cover in place (no refunds will be due in this event). More information...

You may arrange your own insurance, or you can take advantage of a comprehensive policy that we can arrange for you through Endsleigh Insurance which has been designed to be suitable for our tours. The policy is available to travellers of all nationalities and you do not need to live in the UK  to take out the policy. For full details of cover provided, prices and to apply for one of our policies, please complete travel insurance application form.

Note: Any country that borders the Mediterranean is considered as 'Europe' for the purposes of travel insurance (including Turkey, Israel, Egypt and Morocco). If you are doing a tour that visits one country in 'Europe' and one that is 'Worldwide' (for example, an Egypt and Jordan tour), then you need a 'Worldwide' policy. When completing the form you should enter your travel dates including any extra days involved in overnight flights or connecting travel between your home and the tour. Our policies are not able to cover any extra time or activities other than your tour and options booked with us and your travel to & from home.

If you plan to arrange a hot air balloon flight locally, or do some scuba diving during your tour, you should check the small print in your policy to make sure these are covered (these are covered in our policy). Please also check the maximum altitude that you will be reaching and that full cover including emergency evacuation is provided up to this altitude.

IMPORTANT:  We must have your travel insurance details (policy number and type of insurance) before you depart or you may not be allowed to join the tour.  If you haven't told us already, please let us know the details when you can. You should take a paper copy of your insurance policy with you as you may be asked to show this at the start of the tour.

We are a UK registered company and an ABTA Member (Y4447) and you can be confident when booking with us that your money is safe and protected.
If you book a flight departing from the UK from us with your tour, or if you live in the UK and your tour includes domestic flights, then your entire package is ATOL protected by the Civil Aviation Authority. Our ATOL number is 10467.
Additional financial protection is also provided through a financial failure insurance policy provided by Affirma for passengers not booking flights.
Please see our website or booking conditions for more information.

It is impossible not to have an impact on the local environment, cultures and eco-systems when you travel. However, it is very possible to try and ensure that these impacts are as limited, or positive as possible. We are committed to ensuring that we try to leave our host countries in a better state than we found them and encourage and assist our travellers to help us with this.
The following are a few simple tips that require very little effort on your part but which will help ensure that any effect you have on the locations you visit is positive rather than negative.

  • Don’t prejudge: Things in different countries will almost certainly be different. That doesn’t make them worse or inferior, just different.
  • Communicate: Don’t expect locals to speak your language. Take the trouble to learn a few words or phrases of the local language. Don’t worry about sounding silly. Most locals are patient and accommodating and appreciate you making the effort to communicate in their language.
  • Conserve energy: Be careful not to waste valuable resources. Use local resources sparingly. Switch off lights, air-conditioning and fans when you leave the hotel room and don’t waste water. Remove superfluous packaging. Many countries have far less efficient waste disposal systems than ours. Remove packaging from newly acquired items before leaving home.
  • Don’t litter: No matter how untidy or dirty the country you’re travelling in may look to you, avoid littering, as there is no need to add to the environment's stress. Many of the countries we visit have a tough challenge dealing with rubbish and waste. Please consider taking home as much plastic waste as you can (e.g. water bottles).
  • Choose environmentally friendly products: By using environmentally friendly (bio degradable) sun creams, shampoos and detergents you can help reduce pollution.
  • Respect local customs and traditions: As you are a guest in these countries, you should also comply with the local customs. If you are friendly and well mannered, the locals will reciprocate and it will only enhance your experience. It’s important to follow dress and behaviour guidelines especially when visiting religious or sacred sites (your tour leader will advise you how best to do this).
  • If a client commits an illegal act the client may be excluded from the tour and Egypt Uncovered shall cease to have responsibility to/for them. No refund will be given for any unused services.

All porters are employed and equipped following guidelines set by the International Porter Protection Group (IPPG).

You can stay in touch with us online by following us on Facebook and Twitter. We post updates on relevant travel news in our destination countries, special offers and discounts and other interesting travel related news and information.
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It is important when considering and preparing to travel anywhere in the world that you have a good understanding of the country you are visiting, its laws and customs, and the possible risks and situations that may occur. This includes specific risks related to your itinerary (eg. does it involve water & can you swim, are you fit enough for the activities included), as well as more general risks such as terrorism and natural disasters.

General details and links to more information about health risks, visa requirements, money, and travel insurance are given in these tour notes. We recommend that you re-read all these before your departure as well as the small print of your travel insurance policy so you know exactly what is covered and what is not.

You should take copies of your important travel documents with you and ideally also store them online securely as a backup. Make sure that you have given us your emergency contact details and told that person where and when you are travelling. Ensure you take enough money with you and that you have access to emergency funds.

Finally, you should read through and stay updated with the current official government travel advice for your destination. We are registered partners with the UK Foreign Office's 'Travel Aware' campaign which provides further useful and invaluable information.

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Egypt Uncovered Reviews


Posted Feb 06, 2016
I especially want to mention Mariska Knoesen, the ET representative who was excellent, very responsive, timely, resolved a couple of issues that were not directly related to ET, very pleasant. Would easily interact with ET and Mariska anytime. Hope to again.


Posted Feb 16, 2014
Service rating : If a rating of "average" were available I would utilize it. Encounters needs to return emails & questions in a more timely matter & do a better job of informing those going on, the daily agenda. Also, the Garden Route trip doesn't routine participants to use backpacks as luggage. The pre-trip info & Encounters agents do not do a good job of communicating this. In fact, an agent seemed to think a suitcase was satisfactory, but didn't feel entirely comfortable saying that, but in the end, having taken the trip - it was alright to have a suitcase.

Product : Again, if "average" were available, I would use it. The Garden Route is amazing, but our guides were, at times, nothing more than bus drivers. It would have been very helpful if they were able to share what they knew about South Africa with us or the activities that were planned. They did not do a good job of communicating how each day would look like, especially the hourly schedule of the day that needed to be followed to make sure that we were getting from place to place per the specific hourly schedule that the guides did not share with us. This created almost daily issues (being late for things) and group tension for the group that went in Oct/Nov 2013. The truck leaked water in the rain & the tables were used for meals only twice. Some meals were taken while standing up. Some of the meals were hardly worth the effort. Some were very good, like the meals cooked at the cottages. Encounters did not communicate that some many activities would take place on each day; the pre-trip info had us think that there one be one activity in the morning & one in the afternoon. Some days were conducted at a "break-neck" pace, running and driving from place to place. I don't feel comfortable recommending Encounters to others. Additionally, the Garden Route is enchanting and wonderful, but TOO MUCH is attempted to be seen and done in the nine day holiday. I would personally never suggest anyone to try to do the Garden Route in anything less than 11 days. We had to pack up and move out of our accommodation every morning except the first accommodation and towards the end of the trip. It would have been much better to spend more time in the Capetown/Stellenbosch and especially Tsitsikama and Addo. No one had any idea that our time in Tsitsikama would be less the longer we spent at the buggee jump place. We had no idea of the time schedule we were subject to, therefore our time at that park was quite limited. Again, the guides held a schedule that they did not share with the group to understand how each day would look like. Encounters only provided a general outline. Sometimes we didn't know we had specific choices and we were unaware how some of our choices of what one person would be interested in doing would affect the day's schedule and particularly how that would affect the rest of the group.

Posted Oct 23, 2015
Service rating : Good communication to start with but then fell away...had all the details that I needed on the site though so that wasn't a problem.

Product : Overall good experience and we had an amazing group of just 12 people. The tour guide is a little 'out of practice' as the tourism levels have dropped dramatically over the last few years but she was endearing in an eccentric kind of way.

The hotels were OK for 3* but if you can afford it if upgrade the hotel portion as there was a significant difference between our hotel and that of the others in the group who had upgraded. Pretty sure I got bed bug bites from the hotel in Petra as well so check the bedding before you get in to bed!


Posted Sep 11, 2014
Service rating : The company was excellent throughout booking to our arrival home. The staff members were very helpful and highly informative; although we encountered no problems during our trip, had we, I am sure this would have been sorted out swiftly. I would highly recommend Egypt Uncovered to anybody looking for a fun, well organised and reasonably priced tour.

Product : My friend and I went on the Thailand on a Shoestring tour in July and we loved every minute. Our tour guide, Tanya, was incredible and all of the activities were excellent. We particularly enjoyed staying in the floating bungalows in Khao Sok National Park, it was beautiful! I would definitely recommend this tour to those looking for either a quick whistle stop tour of Thailand or to those starting off their travels. 10/10, we had the trip of a lifetime and made so many fantastic memories and friends!

Posted Aug 14, 2015
Encounter Travel has been very prompt to respond to questions and has been very easy to work with so far.

Posted Jul 06, 2016
Excellent service from Anthony when planning my trip to Egypt. Very quick answers to my emails, accurate quotes, and helpful answers to my questions. Inspires confidence!

Posted Aug 08, 2016
Service rating : The Encounters team was supportive and on time with everything - good to work with.

Product : This was a good package for the budget and time. Many of the cultural stops were tied into local artisans, this can good and bad, dependng on how you react to a potential sales pitch after. The desert camp was outstanding. We traveled in a group of 6 which we good, but they said it could be as high as 25 - that would be a downer.


Posted Aug 14, 2015
Service rating : Allround excellence

Product : Amazing sights, a well organised tour!


Posted Jan 07, 2016
It was a wonderful time and I recommend this to all of my friends and family.

Posted Oct 26, 2015
Best tour company I have worked with!


Posted Aug 30, 2016
Service rating : Flexible tours and good customer communication

Product : Bolivia is fantastic, such an amazing country and stunning landscape! The tour was good fun and had a wonderful rage of activities and good accommodation. The hotel in Sucre was lovely. Be aware that on the 3 day salt flat trip it gets really cold and the accommodation, as stated is basic. We could have done with a bit more tuition/ advice on how to take the photos on the salt flats as ours were not really successful. Marco was a very knowledgable guide and knew of some good places, but could have imparted some essential information in a more timely manner (eg on climate conditions/ the need for a torch etc). Overall it was a spectacular place to be!

Posted Jul 11, 2016
Egypt Uncovered was phenomenal in every way. From promptly replying to every inquiry prior to the trip to having wonderful agents and guides on the trip to coordinating visas and airport transfers, they were phenomenal. I have already recommended them to everyone I know.