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Nile Cruise

To fully discover the ancient wonders of Egypt, a cruise on the River Nile is truly an unforgettable experience. The Nile River has been Egypt's lifeline since ancient times and there is no better way to trace the passage of Egypt's history than to follow the course of the Nile.

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To fully discover the ancient wonders of Egypt, a cruise on the River Nile is truly an unforgettable experience. The Nile River has been Egypt's lifeline since ancient times and there is no better way to trace the passage of Egypt's history than to follow the course of the Nile.
Our Classic Nile itinerary takes you from Luxor to Aswan visiting some of the most spectacular ancient sites in the world including the stunning Valley of the Kings the burial place of Pharoahs including that of Tutankhamun and the breathtaking temples of Karnak and Luxor. Each day gives you every opportunity to explore new sights or simply enjoy a different view.
We have a great selection of superb boats to choose from, all specifically designed with the Nile in mind. We carefully select all of our boats, so you can be rest assured of the best service and facilities as well as exceptional value for money. We offer a choice of four and seven night cruises from standard 5 star to 5 star luxury.
You can discover more of Egypt's ancient history or its beautiful beaches and modern resorts by combining a Nile cruise with an extended stay in Luxor, Cairo or the Red Sea resorts of El Gouna or Sharm El Sheikh. Alternatively, you can devise your own individual itinerary creating an unforgettable holiday experience
Things to see & do
Here are some of the fantastic optional excursions for you to enjoy whilst on a Nile Cruise
Abu Simbel
Cost per person
By Air £215
By Coach £85
The amazing twin temples of Abu Simbel are Egypt’s greatest monument after the Pyramids. The two massive temples were hewn out of solid rock in Nubia, 175 miles south of Aswan, and the 108-foot façade of the Great Temple features four colossal enthroned statues of Ramses II. The Temple of Hathor was built in honour of Ramses’s favourite wife, Nefertari. In the 1960s, as the Nile was dammed at Aswan to control flooding, Lake Nasser was created, threatening to drown Abu Simbel and other temples. So, incredibly, UNESCO cut the temples from the mountain and moved them to a higher location.
Karnak Sound and Light
Cost per person £27
The oldest temple of workshop is completely transformed and brought to life with the aid of sound and light and with the voices of actors and actresses portraying the parts of the Pharaohs and the Gods.

Nubian Village
Cost per person £18
Visit a local Nubian village for an insight into the life and culture of the Nubian people.
All of these excursions can be booked locally and prices given are for guidance only.