The four-night itinerary took in Cairo as well as Hurghada and El-Gouna. Six UK agents made the Thursday afternoon trip from Heathrow, with the Sheraton Cairo Hotel & Towers as the first port of call.
After a welcome dinner in the evening, the following day was dedicated to the sights and shops of Cairo, incorporating the ancient treasures of the Egyptian Museum and a visit to some of the city's colourful markets.
In the evening, a gala dinner by the Pyramids proved an entertaining end to the day's exertions.
The following morning, the group took a short flight to Hurghada, located south of the capital on the Red Sea. The nearby five-star Sheraton Soma Bay Resort, a 275-room property with 25 suites, provided accommodation.
Quad-biking in the desert was then laid on, as well as a traditional bedouin lunch, before the evening's 'oasis dinner' took place, complete with belly dancers and whirling dervishes.
Participants spent a further night at Sheraton Miramar Resort in El Gouna before the Monday morning return to the UK.
Banks Sadler account co-ordinator Ileana Spurgin was impressed. She said: "The trip was very well organised. We got to experience a lot and the venues we saw were fantastic."