Masters Travel Service

Egypt is located in the north of Africa and borders the Gaza Strip, Israel, the Gulf of Aqaba, the Red Sea, Sudan and Libya. With more than 90 million inhabitants, it is the most populous country in North Africa and the Middle East. The great majority of its people live near the banks of the Nile River, an area of around 40,000 square kilometres.

Masters Travel Service is Egypt’s premier Destination Management Company (part of Destination Touristic Services since 2003). Our multinational team of professionals provides exemplary services that enhance any stay. We offer a portfolio of 350+ 5* hotels, our own 5* luxury Nile Cruise plus our own transportation fleet. We ensure that every aspect of service delivery is taken care of from the moment of arrival.
Masters Travel Service is committed to providing outstanding service with our unique personal touch. Our clients range from Europe’s largest tour operators to individual travellers. Our friendly and dedicated team is at hand to make sure every stay is a memorable one.

Egypt has an unusually hot, sunny and dry climate. Average temperatures are high in the north and extremely high in the rest of the country during summer when daytime temperatures can be over 40 °C and sometimes over 50 °C.
Egypt has a long history and dates back to one of the oldest civilizations known to mankind. Exemplified by the Great Pyramids, mummies covered in bandages and lost treasures awaiting discovery, this mysterious culture has fascinated visitors for centuries.
Egypt today mesmerises with its vast desert landscapes. It has the longest river in the world – the river Nile – the Red Sea, which is recognised as one of the top 5 dive destinations worldwide, and also houses a great number of cultural and historical sites waiting to be explored.

Nora Ali
Managing Director
Main Office Hurghada, Egypt

+2 01280847744 – 24h Helpline Hurghada
+2 01227460094 – 24h Helpline Sharm el Shaikh
+2 01221731450 – 24h Helpline Cairo
+2 01221789951 – 24h Helpline Marsa Alam
+2 01121060161 – 24h Helpline Luxor / Aswan

5. Airport Road
Hurghada, Red Sea, Egypt
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Hurghada is situated on the amazing Red Sea. This popular location has become a hit for families, water sports enthusiasts and travellers because of the great leisure activities it offers. Its geographical position also represents a good starting point for travels to all major Egyptian cities.

Hurghada fits every budget, as visitors can find among the many 5 star beach resorts many smaller hotels and boutique hotels designed to let you enjoy your stay exactly as you wish. From the resorts of el Gouna to Sahl Hasheesh, Hurghada has many modern concepts mixed with traditional style. Visitors can feel free to spend time at the new Hurghada Marina lined with many luxury yachts, enjoy cuisine from all over the world and still see a few goats or chickens being herded home.
For beach fans and sports activists, Hurghada offers soft white sandy beaches, coral reefs to snorkel or scuba dive, deserts to quad, camels to ride and kites to surf. With the sun shining 365 days a year the choices are endless.

Office Hurghada
+2 01280847744 (24h Helpline)
5. Airport Road
Hurghada, Red Sea
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This popular beach resort has developed dramatically over the past ten years and boasts many top rated luxury hotel chains. It has become a family favourite region due to the variety of activities available, from the Aqua Park and star gazing in the desert to scuba diving or snorkelling in Ras Mohamed National Marine Park.

Naama Bay is the heart of Sharm and together with the new Soho Square it makes up the nightlife and social scene in this region. A host of restaurants offer food from all over the world, from traditional falafel to modern sushi. Whatever your taste, this is a place where you will find something new to try.
Visitors should also try smoking a flavoured traditional shisha water pipe while watching the sun set over the Sinai Mountains and feeling the stresses of life fading away.

Office Sharm El-Sheikh
+2 01223929107
+2 01227460094 (24h Helpline)
Royal Mall, Namma Bay
Sharm El-Sheikh
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Luxor is a beautiful region where the simplicity of life blends with the ancient. When visitors stand on the east bank of the Nile, they can enjoy a breathtaking view of the contrast of lush greenery, desert mountains and ancient ruins.

You can enjoy highlights like the banks of the Nile, sailing in Felucca under triangular white pristine sails, and the amazing Karnak Temple. In this museum, ruins with walls and columns dating back to the great Pharaohs can be seen.
Luxor is also a popular starting point for Nile cruises. Enjoy the picturesque landscape of Luxor and its surroundings as a guest on MS Alyssa. Egypt has so much more to offer than you might imagine.

Office Luxor
+2 01005149966
+2 01121060161 (24h Helpline)
Flash Building, El Sayed Youssef Street
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Aswan is an oasis of peace and tranquility. This lush and relatively untouched land remains a beloved favourite with all who have passed through it. Here the Nile is at its most picturesque, stunning and deep blue, fringed with exotic plants, impressive black granite boulders and the simple life of the friendly laid-back locals. Colourful Nubian villages and palm fringed islands stand out against the desert mountain backdrop, all creating a peaceful environment that will make you fall in love with this timeless city.

With countless historical sights to see, including the wonderful feat of engineering epitomised by the Aswan Dam, you may need more than one visit to see all that Aswan has to offer. The first sight of Abu Simbel across Lake Nassar is one that you will never forget. In addition, Philae Temple and Isis Temple are just two of the many sites that will leave you spellbound. The best local market ‘souk’ outside of Cairo is just waiting to be explored and together with all the small local delights you are sure to experience the best insight into traditional Egyptian life.

Office Aswan
+2 01005149966
+2 01121060161 (24h Helpline)
25 City Mall Centre, Altabia
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No word better describes this area than tranquility. Marsa Alam is a beachside resort where nature reigns supreme and the desert meets the Red Sea, creating beautiful beaches and mangrove laced bays. The peacefulness of the region takes visitors by surprise until they sync fully with the laid-back, easy going pace.

You can enjoy stunning turquoise waters and sandy beaches. Marsa Alam is not just a region, it is a state of mind, a life detox and a hug from nature’s best.

Office Marsa Alam
+2 01227460106
+2 01221789951 (24h Helpline)
132 El Asher Men Ramadan St. El quesir
Marsa Alam
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This ancient city and capital of Egypt has grown over the millennia. With a population of over 16 million people, Cairo is definitely a paradox. Old encounters new, the past the present and ancient traditions trendy culture. These contrasts make Cairo the fascinating city it is today. Don’t you want to find out which side you prefer?

Cairo, where the Great Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx and the amazing Egyptian Museum are located, will take your breath away. The Egyptian Museum, which is the largest museum of ancient Egyptian times, presents treasures from the tomb of Tutankhamun, statues of Ramses and his predecessors and much more.
In Old Cairo, time has stood still, and charm can be found in the fine detailed architecture, narrow winding streets and stunning views over the citadel. While strolling through these narrow streets, visitors can savour the aroma of ground coffee along with that of traditional shisha water pipes taking you back to the past. A highlight of a visit to Cairo is Khan el Khalili, the famous souk. Here, tradesman craft their merchandise on the doorsteps of family-owned businesses and give a glimpse into skills passed on through generations.

Office Cairo
+2 022904368
+2 01221731450 (24h Helpline)
49 A El Thawra Street, Ard El Golf, Heliopolis
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M/Y Alyssa

M/Y Alyssa was built in 2005 according to International specifications and classifications required by the Germanisher Lloyd. Alyssa was refurbished in 2020 by renowned swiss designer Pia Schmidt whose Nubian design elements compliment Alyssa’s contemporary ambiance and elegant style.

There are 64 cabins including twin rooms, kingsize beds and complete suites. All rooms are complimented by a beautifully presented modern bathroom. Each room has floor-to-ceiling picturesque landscape windows that let you immerse yourself in the cruising experience as you watch the unfettered natural beauty of the river Nile pass you by.

Disembarking from either historic Luxor – Egypt’s own open-air museum or from Aswan – known for its beauty and tranquillity. Some of the best historic cultural sites can be accessed from the Nile, allowing cruisers to benefit from being able to visit many major sites and then retreat back on board Alyssa for a wonderful Afternoon Tea, swim in the pool or a refreshing chilled drink whilst relaxing in a cabana, the choices are endless.

Office Luxor
+2 01005149966
+2 01121060161 (24h Helpline)
Flash Building, El Sayed Youssef Street
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