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Overview

A totally immersive experience

A cruise up the Nile is a journey of a lifetime, and as tourism in Egypt slowly increases, there’s never been a better time to visit. From the great pyramids at Giza to the royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings and the gigantic temples of Karnak and Abu Simbel, no other destination has the wealth of history—or is as shrouded in mystery.

Stanford professor Martha Crenshaw joins forces with local Egyptologists to deliver a fascinating overview of Egypt’s historical and cultural milestones, both ancient and modern. Our Stanford connections give us access to leaders and historians as well as special entrée to sites not open to the public.

Dates

February 17–March 2, 2023

Duration

14 days

Minimum age

18 years

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Faculty leader

A different kind of classroom

With renowned Stanford faculty and scholars leading the way, every Travel/Study trip is a one-of-a-kind educational experience.

Martha Crenshaw

Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies

With decades of research on international conflict and political violence, Martha Crenshaw provides valuable insights into Egypt’s role in North Africa and the Middle East.

“Professor Crenshaw was one of the best faculty leaders we've ever had. She provided insight not just on our destination, but also on the world affairs we were watching in the news!”

— Connie Clark-Redmond, MS '80

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