A Nile Cruise refers to a floating hotel. It has most of the accommodation features of a land-based hotel, including restaurants, swimming pools, bathtubs, exercise rooms, evening entertainment programs, small shops, and small libraries.
Nile Cruises have evenings of dance including live entertainment programs and dance areas for a disco. Nile Cruise boats offer a variety of nightly shows such as Nubian shows, belly dancers, and whirling dervishes, plays and even themed nights when guests can don traditional Egyptian styled costumes.
Nile Cruises may vary considerably, but typical Nile cruises are either three, four or seven nights Nile River Cruise or more. The shorter tours usually operate between Luxor and Aswan, while the longer cruises travel further north to Dendera, often offering day tours overland to more remote locations. and we also have the Long Nile Cruises which sail from Cairo to Luxor and Aswan. Best Nile Cruises Sail between Luxor to Aswan.
The Nile Cruise from Luxor to Aswan takes 5 days and vice versa from Aswan to Luxor 4 days. You also have the option to go on around cruise from Luxor to Luxor or from Aswan to Aswan. In all these options the sightseeing tours are the same.
During the tour days, you will visit the East Bank in Luxor which includes the Temple of Karnak and Luxor Temple. Enjoy dinner onboard and feast your eyes on a Belly Dance Show.
Another day features a visit to the West Bank to see the Valley of the Kings, Valley of the Queens, and Hatshepsut Temple, then dressing in casual attire for the Captain’s welcome party and chat the night away as you sail to Edfu.
A day tour to Edfu and Kom Ombo will let you explore the Temple of Kom Ombo and Temple of Horus in Edfu then sail to Aswan to visit the Aswan High Dam, Unfinished Obelisk and the Temple of Philae.
Sailing on Lake Nasser gives you a unique opportunity to sail and relax onboard a luxury Cruise ship on the setting of this magnificent lake in Upper Egypt. Enjoy the unspoiled landscapes of the sixth-largest man-made Lake in the world, along with all of the nearby attractions included in this quality Lake Nasser cruise.
Lake Nasser Cruise tours include Aswan highlights such as the Aswan High Dam, Unfinished Obelisk and the Temple of Philae. Also visits to Kalabsha Temple, and the magnificent Temple of Abu Simbel and more.
For those looking to take a longer holiday to experience more during their stay in this fascinating country Egypt, then our Nile Cruise Boats sailing between Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan for 2 weeks are the perfect opportunity to gain knowledge and discover some ’hidden treasures’ not seen on the shorter Nile cruises.
Having the advantage of sailing between Upper Egypt and Cairo means that you will visit sites and Temples such as Abydos and Dendara, not seen on the shorter Nile cruises, yet still, include all the magnificent Temples and sights of Upper Egypt and Cairo sightseeing.
Q-How much is a Nile cruise? A-Nile cruises offered online or by JOURNEY TO EGYPT start from around $150 per day and that's for 5 star standard cruise ships. Generally these prices include 3 meals a day, plus 10 expert-led shore excursions with a Certified Professional Guides.
Q-Best time for Nile River Cruise? A-The best time to for Nile Cruise is October through April when the temperatures are mild and good weather. However, late spring – Easter Time – is also prime tourist season.
Q-Is it safe to do a Nile Cruise?A-There is no FCO advice against travel to Cairo, Alexandria, the tourist areas along the Nile, and the Red Sea resorts of Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada. The section of the country between the Nile and the Red Sea is also considered mostly safe.
Q-Which is the best Nile Cruise Ship?A- Most Nile Cruise Ships carry between 70 and 120 passengers and have four or five decks (but no lift), including a sun deck with loungers and a pool. The uber-stylish Oberoi Zahra is currently considered the best boat on the Nile.
Q-How long is a Nile Cruise?A-Most Nile cruise itineraries are a 3 night Nile cruise, 4 night Nile Cruise or 7 night Nile cruise. More exotic trips can occasionally stretch from 10 days to two weeks know as Long Nile Cruises
Q-How far is Luxor from Aswan? A-The distance between Luxor and Aswan is 181 km. The road distance is 214.5 km.
Q-Is the Nile River safe to swim in? A-Yes, of course! Every week our guests swim in the Nile without any problems or cause for concern. The currents ensure that you are swimming in clean, non-stagnant water.