Seven.The Seven Seas Lagoon at the Walt Disney World Resort. Seven night cruises offered on Disney Cruise Line. And those adorable seven dwarfs from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
There's a whole new reason to celebrate the lucky number seven at Disney.
In 2011, Adventures by Disney will be taking families to the country which houses the seventh wonder of the ancient world still in existence, Egypt.
Two itineraries, a seven-night and a nine-night vacation, will be offered in Egypt filled with daily activities that are appropriate for the entire family, including childern who will step into the pages of their history books. The seven-night itinerary features the highlights of Cairo followed by a three-day Nile River Cruise sailing from Aswan to Luxor. The nine-night itinerary will add an additional two days on the Red Sea in the resort town of Sharm El Sheikh, which is famous for its underwater national park, a veritable snorkeling paradise for seasoned and first-time snorkelers alike. Both programs are escorted by an Egyptologist to enchance Guests'understanding of the ancient world.
Guests will discover the astonishing array of the treasures of antiquity, from the pharaonic collections housed in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo to the ancient temples and royal tombs along the banks of the Nile River-and to see the Great Pyramids and mysterious Sphinx.
Families can also look forward to Egyptian cooking demonstrations, a camel ride at the pyramids and papyrus-making activities.