Adventures by Disney Reveals Lineup of 2020 Itineraries

by Jessica Montevago
Adventures by Disney Reveals Lineup of 2020 Itineraries

Adventures by Disney will offer 11 Egypt departures in 2020. Photo: Disney.


Adventures by Disney released its lineup of 2020 itineraries, and it includes a new three-part tour of Egypt.

The 10-day, nine-night vacation will “immerse travelers in both ancient and modern Egypt.” It kicks off in Cairo, before heading out on a three-night cruise along the Nile River, with premium accommodations and themed entertainment. It is followed by a two-night stay at a beachside resort in Sharm El Sheikh, including a full-day snorkeling excursion on a private boat to visit the famous coral reefs of the Red Sea.

Guests will see the wonders of ancient Egypt, from the world-famous pyramids and the Sphinx of Giza to the Valley of the Kings and Tutankhamun's tomb; and the temples of Luxor, Kom Ombo, Horus at Edfu, Philae, and Karnak. They will also partake in a chef-led cooking class on Egyptian specialties; a Nubian folkloric show and henna tattoo experience; and a hieroglyphic writing lesson.

Adventures by Disney will offer 11 Egypt departures in 2020. Five of these are reserved for adult-only departures, which include an exclusive VIP tour of the conservation rooms at the brand new Grand Egyptian Museum.

New experiences offer sophisticated fun for adults
Disney's roster of guided adventures in 2020 also includes more adult-exclusive departures, with many itineraries offering new activities and experiences tailored to adults.

This new programming will be added to select itineraries in 2020. It includes a behind-the-scenes museum tour in Egypt; a ceviche cooking class and artisan beer tasting in Costa Rica; a culinary walking tour of Athens' central market in Greece; a behind-the-scenes experience at a Sichuan "face-changing" opera in China; a premium five-course meal with cocktail pairings in Australia; mango-carving and coffee-tasting activities in Laos; and a private nighttime excursion in search of the Northern Lights in Iceland, among others.

The 2020 itinerary lineup includes the return of popular itineraries around the globe, with more than 35 vacations available in the growing portfolio, across destinations such as Japan, South Africa, Peru, and Scotland; as well as some of North America's most iconic areas including Alaska, Arizona, Utah an New York City.

During the “Montana and Yellowstone National Park” vacation, new experiences in 2020 include a visit to the Norris Geyser Basin and a one-night stay in beautiful Bozeman, Montana.

Bookings for all 2020 vacations open on May 16, 2019.

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