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Nile Cruise

A Nile Cruise holiday is a magical tour to visit ancient Egyptian monuments embraced by the Egyptian country side. The view on the Nile River banks is outstanding with sightseeing which are breath taking.

Aswan luxor Nile Cruise allows you to see Aswan, Kom Ombo, Edfu and Luxor East and West Banks. Ancient Egypt, the mother of civilizations, has fascinated the entire world since time immemorial. Historians, adventurers, diplomats, writers and painters were inspired by the fertile banks of the Nile to feed their art. Today still, one seeks to pierce the mystery of the country of the pharaohs in search of immortality.

¬† During the Nile cruise holiday, two thousand years of history will be told you and promise you exciting, spectacular and unforgettable discoveries. From Luxor to Aswan, the Nile Valley gathers its majestic temples, necropolis, pyramids, millennial jewels, but also, its small animated villages.¬†This trip to Upper Egypt is a breath in a path characterized by architectural beauty. It’s a journey to eternity.

Nile Cruise holidays. River Nile Cruise

7 Nights Nile Cruise Luxor – Aswan – Luxor

One week
Availability : Saturday - Monday - Thursday
Luxor- Edfu - Kom Ombo - Aswan
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Nile Cruise holidays, Deluxe Tours Egypt

3 Nights Nile Cruise Aswan to Luxor

Availability : Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Aswan, Kom Ombo, Edfu, Luxor

Going up the 3 nights Nile Cruise, you will discover Egypt, the oldest and most obvious in this country that concentrates its wealth on a thin strip of land on each side of its banks. Your cruise begins with the visit of exceptional ancient sites of Aswan passing by Kom Ombo and Edfu and ending in Luxor, true wonders of humanity.

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NIle Cruise, Nile Cruise holidays, Deluxe Tours Egypt

4 Nights Nile Cruise Luxor Aswan

5 days
Availability : Saturday, Monday, Thursday
Luxor, Aswan, Edfu, Kom Ombo

A beautiful five-day 4 nights Nile cruise from Luxor to Aswan, during which you can admire the beautiful landscapes. and explore the monuments Tours with your private guide, on-site visits and meals are included in this luxurious and relaxing cruise on the famous Egyptian Nile River.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is best time to go for a Nile Cruise?

Best time to go for a Nile Cruise is between October and April. South of Egypt where you do the Nile Cruise between Luxor and Aswan is known for intense heat during summer between May and September. As you hop on and off from the Nile Cruise to go for shore excursions and see the temples and tombs it is preferable to go during cooler months of the year.

How much do you tip on a Nile Cruise?

Due to low wages in Egypt it is recommended that tourists leave tip if they are satisfied with the service provided. On a Nile Cruise normally tourist leave an envelope at the end of the trip at the reception with an amount ranging between 3-10 US$ per person per night.

What do you wear in a Nile Cruise?

For a Nile Cruise holiday always remember to pack comfortable shoes for your visits, a hat, sun screen and sunglasses. Comfortable light clothes are recommended at day time. In winter it can become chilly so don’t forget heavy clothes at night.

How long is the Nile between Luxor and Aswan?

Nile Cruise Holiday Tips

  • The program may be subject to modifications due to local requirements, delay in closing or closing of the locks, sandstorms, changes to flight schedules. – Passage of the Esna lock: when the Esna lock is closed (from June 1 to June 30 and from December 1 to 15), navigation is carried out from Esna to Aswan, and visits to Luxor will be insured by vehicle (approximately 60 km) from Esna. All tours included in your package will be respected.
  • The pool water will only be changed in Aswan. It is also imperative to take a shower before swimming in the pool. – Course of activities and entertainment on board: certain services may not be provided depending on weather conditions and / or tourist frequentation (outdoor swimming pool, outdoor bars, etc.).
  • The television in the cabins does not work during navigation.
  • Cruise ships on the Nile are not suitable for people with reduced mobility or disabled, both in the cabins and in the common areas.
  • You pay all your personal expenses and your extras in cash because the boats do not have bank terminals; on the other hand, you find distributors near the wharves in Luxor and Aswan.
  • To ward off possible noise disturbances in certain cabins, we advise you to take hearing protection (earplugs) in your luggage, especially if you are a light sleeper.
  • In Egypt, the “bakchich”, or tip, is a real institution. Tips for staff are included in the service fees you pay on arrival in addition to the visa fee. They are then redistributed between drivers, local representatives, transfer managers, luggage carriers, feluccaiers etc. You will therefore in no case be obliged to tip during your tour, the guides will do it for you. It is however customary, if you are satisfied with the service, to thank your guide as well as the entire crew of your boat, to give a tip at the end of your stay in common with the group, around 3 euros per person per day.
  • Store visits: Stops in the various shops and factories (papyrus, perfumery, jewelry and alabaster) are a common practice in Egypt and are part of the program. They are an opportunity to understand Egyptian craftsmanship and to find souvenirs to bring back from Egypt. You will in no case be obliged to make purchases there if you do not wish to.
  • Local currency: the Egyptian pound is divided into 100 piastres. An Egyptian pound is worth around 0.05 euro, so 1 euro is worth about 17 Egyptian pounds.
  • In Egypt, the electric current is 220 volts (as in France) and the sockets are identical to the ones used in Europe.