• Elegant Tent at the PyramidsA Thousand and One Nights

    Elegant Tent at the Pyramids A Thousand and One Nights

    In the Tales from a Thousand and One Nights, the beautiful Sheherazade saved her life by

    entertaining the brutal Sultan Shahriyar with tales of magic and enchantment. Every night a different cast of daring adventurers, harem girls, genies and exotic creatures captured the imagination of the Sultan.
    The Thousand and One Nights theme night captures the essence of these magical tales and transports guests to a fascinating world of make-believe. A path lit by flaming torches leads guests through the desert to the fabulous Sultan’s tent. Swathes of fabric cover the ceiling while plush carpets cushion each step. Majestic white-uniformed Sultan’s guards usher guests to the entrance where a traditional brass incense burner wafts gentle perfume into the air.

    Comfortable sofas scattered with luxurious cushions dot the interior of the tent. Gold-clothed members of the Sultan’s harem are seated languorously at the foot of a central raised throne area while Nubian guards cool the air with a fan of peacock feathers. A harpist entertains guests as they sample the many oriental delicacies on offer throughout the evening. Truly an evening worthy of a Sultan!


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  • Pharaonic ThemeCould be at the Pyramids or at Royal Club Mohamed Aly

    Pharaonic Theme Could be at the Pyramids or at Royal Club Mohamed Aly

    The enduring fascination with ancient Egyptian life is at the heart of our Pharaonic theme night. The experience starts with guests walking down a corridor flanked by Pharaonic guards holding flaming torches and beating traditional drums. As guests enter the tent, trumpeters herald their entrance with majestic music evoking the splendor of the ancient Egyptians. The seating area is in the center of the tent with waiters in Pharaonic costume serving Egyptian food to the guests as they enjoy groups of dancers swaying to the music of Pharaonic flutes. Souvenir menus are printed on papyrus scrolls for guests to keep. All around the tents scenes from ancient Egyptian life are recreated for the amusement of the guests. Papyrus makers demonstrate how this first “paper” was made while painters and artists use ancient pigments to illustrate traditional scenes on each scroll. Calligraphers draw the names of guests in hieroglyphics in cartouches while bead makers and other artisans demonstrate their ancient arts. At the end of the evening guests genuinely feel that they have stepped back in time and experienced the magnificence of the Pharaohs.


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  • MoulidEgyptian Carnival

    Moulid Egyptian Carnival

    Transfer to the countryside:
    Board your air-conditioned buses and drive out into the Egyptian countryside near Sakkara, to a green area overlooking the desert.

    Moulid!:

    Tonight we will set up an entire traditional Egyptian carnival exclusively for your group. The Moulid area will be decorated with colored lights, flags and pennants, and as the guests approach they will feel as if they are entering another world.

    Welcome reception: 

    A corridor of local children will be waiting to greet you with a welcome “Zaffa”, or parade, waving colorful flags and dressed in their brightest party clothes, singing and cheering and blowing party horns as they throw rose petals and festive rice over the guests.

    Carnival stalls:

    The entire area will be covered with all the authentic stalls and activities of a real Egyptian Moulid, so that in each corner, and at every turn, a different scene will greet the guests. Vignettes will evoke the sounds, smells and sights of the true countryside culture: a small puppet theater with traditional home-made marionettes; a flower-seller handing out garlands of fresh jasmine; a shooting-gallery with strings of firecrackers to aim at; a fortune-teller who reads the grounds of cups of Turkish coffee; a clown, and contortionist; colorfully-decorated swing-boats; an old-fashioned photographer, with a black hood over his camera; a strong-man, showing off his muscles; traditional stick-dancers, performing the original dances of the area; a local belly-dancer; an old couple serving “shishas”, or water-pipes, to whomever wants to try one; a cotton-candy stall; dervish dancers in long galabeyyas (traditional robes), swaying and chanting as they work themselves into a trance; and old-style police guards in Hessian uniforms, overlooking all.

    Touring the carnival:

    The guests will be able to wander freely around the moulid, tasting the cotton-candy, trying out the shooting gallery and the swing-boats, drinking coffee for the fortune-teller (we will provide a translator), or trying a puff of a shisha as they watch the dervishes, dancers, clowns, and puppet shows. Each couple will have the chance to have their photograph taken by the old-fashioned photographer, so that souvenir pictures of the Moulid can be given as gifts.

    Dinner:

    A traditional town crier will announce dinner-time in Arabic, calling the people to take their seats at simple wooden picnic benches. Around the benches will be a plethora of small stalls cooking authentic Egyptian street dishes, where guests can go and serve themselves as if from a buffet. There will be barbecues of “kofta” (minced meat) and kebab; sweet potatoes baked in a traditional oven (which looks like a miniature steam train!); country-style lentil soup; “fuul” sandwiches – made with beans tasting similar to Mexican refried beans, and the staple food of many Egyptians; “halabissa” – a type of spicy consommé made with chickpeas and served with freshly-squeezed lemon; “kushari” – a traditional Egyptian dish of mixed rice, pasta, tomato salsa and crispy onions; “taameyya” – deep-fried patties of mashed black-eyed beans; and a local-style bread oven serving piping-hot fresh loaves of flat countryside bread. For dessert, carts will serve couscous with raisins and icing sugar; Arabian honey-soaked pastries and baklava; and “fitir mishaltit” – filo pastry served with treacle on the side.

    Entertainment:

    During dinner, guests will be entertained by a troupe of local musicians.

    Return to hotel:

    In air-conditioned buses.


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  • Dinner at the Manial Palace

    Dinner at the Manial Palace

    Set in the shadow of the softly lit pyramids an elegant Sultan’s tent prearranged in draped blue and white swathes of delicate fabric with golden accents on the ceiling and around the tent supports will be fronted by a traditional brass incense burner that wafts gentle perfumes into the atmosphere. 

    A plethora of luxurious floor cushions will be strewn upon rich oriental carpets, surrounding low brass tables set with candles. A special “throne” will be set slightly higher than the rest of the room, where the Sultan’s harem will be seated languorously at the foot of the throne. 

    An exquisite oriental buffet will be served by Arabian dressed waiters while guests have the chance to sample some of the rich selection of Middle Eastern mezzas (appetizers). 

    A traditional troupe of musicians on the lute, drum, Arabic guitar and flute will play lively beat for the crowd throughout the night, special features include a belly dancer, folkloric show.


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  • Night at the Andalous GardenJazz or Blues or Disco

    Night at the Andalous Garden Jazz or Blues or Disco

    Welcome to the elegant Andalous Garden created by Khedive Ismail when he built the palace (now the Marriott hotel) for the Empress Eugenie during her visit to Cairo in 1869 for the opening of the Suez Canal. Architects from Andalusia designed the layout of the garden, and all the ceramic tiles were imported from Spain. Today, these beautiful gardens are available only by special permission for exclusive groups and function. As you walk into the entranceway of the peaceful gardens, you will find white-gloved waiters serving traditional Arabian welcome drinks. Dinner and entertainment: moving through into the main part of the garden, the elegant wide stone steps leading down to the water fountains which will be carpeted with kelims and cushions, scattered casually on the various different levels themselves will play over waters strewn with Nile Lilies around the side of the pool professional chefs will serve a gourmet selection of hot and cold dishes at a la minute stations.


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  • The Minesterly Palace

    The Minesterly Palace

    Hassan Fouad Al Minesterly Pasha, who originated from the city of Minister in Macedonia, built the palace in 1815. The palace is built on 1000 meter square of the Northern tip of Rhoda Island with an incredible view over the Nile from its stone-flagged terraces, and an ancient Egyptian Nile-meter to measure the extend of the Nile- flooding now sheltered by an intricately decorated Islamic folly. Inside the palace, soaring ceiling are covered with a profusion of elaborate mosaic and paintings, masterpieces, craftsmanship in their own right while the building itself is elegantly influenced by the Ottoman architecture of the period. The huge main Hall, with its marble floors and antique chandeliers, connects to two side-halls, one ballroom with wooden floors and windows over the Nile and one theatre room with beautiful domed ceiling. An open veranda at the back of the main hole overlooks the Nile stretching gracefully southwards.
    On arrival at the gates of the palace, the Cairo military brass band will receive the guests.
    A string quartet will play soft classical music throughout the cocktail.
    DJ will play back ground music during dinner


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  • Karkade feluccaSunset cocktail on the Nile

    Karkade felucca Sunset cocktail on the Nile

    Today’s once in a lifetime dinner is a uniquely Egyptian experience. Traditional garlands of fresh jasmine will be hung around the nick of each guest as you board the felucca – traditional Nile sailing vessel unchanged since the time of the Pharaohs. Enjoy a gourmet light dinner of iced prawn, smoked salmon, freshly baked bread and selection of tempting pastries, with onboard service staff offering glasses of karkade( Hibiscus) and chilled fresh juices as you sail gently down the Nile. And the city of Sun set in Cairo around you.


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  • Tented dinner at the Pyramids

    Tented dinner at the Pyramids

    A traditional Arabian tent lined with luxurious carpets and lavishly decorated with colorful wall hangings, low brass tables, and ornate lamps. A Thrilling welcome reception outside includes drummers, Egyptian flute-players, fire-breathers, and dancing horses, while white-gloved waiters serve welcome drinks. Once inside, waiters in oriental costume serve a feast of Arabian delicacies, assorted oriental mezza, mixed grill, and Egyptian pastries and desserts. While you eat, you will be entertained by a troupe of performers with a spectacular mix of Egyptian folkloric dance, whirling dervishes, belly dancers, and traditional music.


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  • El Moolid Festival At Sakkara

    El Moolid Festival At Sakkara

    Egyptian people with their different classes celebrate the birthdays of their Prophets and religious leaders. These festivals take place especially at the popular areas where people come from everywhere to attend the celebrations.

    El Moolid usually takes place near to Imanms’ graves and famous Mosques. The rites of such festivals are handled in a traditional way at which the spot of the festival is fully decorated with Multi-colored lightings in several shapes that expose such a pleasant feeling and enchanting ambience. At such an atmosphere full of colorful lightings, the guests will arrive and find themselves surrounded by various tableaus of the festival (Dervishes – Fire Games – Characters Performing some of El Moolid scenes – Carabine Shooting – Seesaws), and they will be able to stroll through these scenes and share them their activities. At the magical hall, our delightful canapés and oriental Mezzeh will be served on high raised tables as the guests are watching the magician show and the amusing clown show. After that, guest will go to the banquet hall with its vivid rugs and fascinating set-up to have their dinner while they are enjoying the folkloric village or Nubian show and the belle dancers.

    Transfer to the countryside:

    Board your air-conditioned buses and drive out into the Egyptian countryside near Sakkara, to a green area overlooking the desert. Moulid!: Tonight we will set up an entire traditional Egyptian carnival exclusively for your group. The Moulid area will be decorated with colored lights, flags and pennants, and as the guests approach they will feel as if they are entering another world.

    Welcome reception: 

    A corridor of local children will be waiting to greet you with a welcome “Zaffa”, or parade, waving colorful flags and dressed in their brightest party clothes, singing and cheering and blowing party horns as they throw rose petals and festive rice over the guests.

    Carnival stalls:

    The entire area will be covered with all the authentic stalls and activities of a real Egyptian Moulid, so that in each corner, and at every turn, a different scene will greet the guests. Vignettes will evoke the sounds, smells and sights of the true countryside culture: a small puppet theater with traditional home-made marionettes; a flower-seller handing out garlands of fresh jasmine; a shooting-gallery with strings of firecrackers to aim at; a fortune-teller who reads the grounds of cups of Turkish coffee; a clown, and contortionist; colorfully-decorated swing-boats; an old-fashioned photographer, with a black hood over his camera; a strong-man, showing off his muscles; traditional stick-dancers, performing the original dances of the area; a local belly-dancer; an old couple serving “shishas”, or water-pipes, to whomever wants to try one; a cotton-candy stall; dervish dancers in long galabeyyas (traditional robes), swaying and chanting as they work themselves into a trance; and old-style police guards in Hessian uniforms, overlooking all.

    Touring the carnival: 

    The guests will be able to wander freely around the moulid, tasting the cotton candy, trying out the shooting gallery and the swing-boats, drinking coffee for the fortune-teller (we will provide a translator), or trying a puff of a shisha as they watch the dervishes, dancers, clowns, and puppet shows. Each couple will have the chance to have their photograph taken by the old-fashioned photographer, so that souvenir pictures of the Moulid can be given as gifts before they leave Egypt.

    Dinner: 

    A traditional town crier will announce dinner-time in Arabic, calling the people to take their seats at simple wooden picnic benches. Around the benches will be a plethora of small stalls cooking authentic Egyptian street dishes, where guests can go and serve themselves as if from a buffet. There will be barbecues of “kofta” (minced meat) and kebab; sweet potatoes baked in a traditional oven (which looks like a miniature steam train!); country-style lentil soup; “fuul” sandwiches – made with beans tasting similar to Mexican refried beans, and the staple food of many Egyptians; “halabissa” – a type of spicy consommé made with chickpeas and served with freshly-squeezed lemon; “kushari” – a traditional Egyptian dish of mixed rice, pasta, tomato salsa and crispy onions; “taameyya” – deep-fried patties of mashed black-eyed beans; and a local-style bread oven serving piping-hot fresh loaves of flat countryside bread. For dessert, carts will serve couscous with raisins and icing sugar; Arabian honey-soaked pastries and baklava; and “fitir mishaltit” – filo pastry served with treacle on the side.

    Entertainment:

    During dinner, guests will be entertained by a troupe of local musicians.


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