Egypt Cruises

Egypt Cruises

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Nile River Cruise

A Nile Cruise is a truly unique holiday experience. Great monuments and ancient cities line the banks of the Nile, a cruise on the calm waters gives the traveller the advantage of insight into not only ancient times but also the modern. Day-to-day life flourishes, with farmers tending their crops, irrigating their fields in the traditional ways of their ancestors as the Nile cruise boats sail by.

Lake Nasser Cruise

Lake Nasser is the world’s largest artificial lake. Surrounded by remote desert which covers the land of Nubia, Lake Nasser is the site of many tombs, temples and churches.  A cruise on Lake Nasser gives visitors the opportunity to enjoy serene desert vistas and to explore the ancient Nubian temples and monuments.

Felucca Cruises Packages

Nile felucca , typical Egyptian sailing boat, enjoy sleeping under the stars, with the feeling of the waves of the river Nile while sailing by felucca passing by the temples, small island while Egyptian farmers performing their jobs, The felucca depends on wind-power with no motor. It carries between one to 10 passengers comfortably. It contains shady to protect you from the rays of the sun. The serene life on board allows you to be refreshed from life stress & routine.

A felucca is a sea-craft, made to a traditional design, with broad canvas sails. Essentially, the craft is reliant on wind-power with no motor, and are dependent upon the wind factor to propel forth, so itineraries are subject to change from time to time. The craft carries between 5-10 passengers comfortably and the deck is strewn with soft colorful cushions and rugs and equipped with a canopy that offers shade and protection from the elements.

Your felucca will cruise from picturesque Aswan through to Kom Ombo, taking in some stops at points of interest en-route with various stops, planned or impromptu, the peaceful routine of life aboard allows us to escape the stress of everyday life! We dock at shoreline for dinner and later sleep under the stars

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