You can endure the oddities of the Nile while sailing in a mini hotel as one of the pleasure practices one could have while visiting Egypt with a mix of leisure, a dash of antiquity and a sprinkle of fun The mystic waters of the Nile is sure to enchant up a most memorable vacation.
You can appeal for Nile Cruises on mediocre sized ships, some often being generated by solar-powered engines and there you can get forty cabin rooms with restaurants, gym, swimming pool, and some other amenities.
Most of the River Nile Cruises are operated between Luxor and Aswan hitting each bank along with various stops in between including the temples of Kom Ombo, Edfu and Esna.
Your three to four days tour can automatically be extended to seven days with stops to Dendera and Abydos before proceeding towards regular route. The Lake Nasser Cruises navigate between Aswan and Abu Simbel touring stops to the South of Egypt.
The excellent time to book Nile cruise in terms of weather would be November to March, which sees temperatures with night time highs of 20 degrees Celsius, and the Low season between May to September which means prices would be lower but the sultry Southern Egyptian heat might be devastating for some.
The simplest way would be to take a short flight from Cairo to either Luxor or Aswan and there are numerous coach operators that also provide suitable seats for the journey south as well as the train engineers.
Best cruises come with full animation crews that operate galabia performances, discos and belly dancers, each night usually being something unusual such as the Nubian folkloric shows.
Two types of Nile Cruise Package are as follows:
Meals are involved and are in an open buffet style, some days there are many categories, depending on the type and quality of the cruise boat and these snacks are served with a fixed timetable.
In some of the other cruises, coffee and tea are available while other drinks are given in the bar area.
Nile Voyages add the option of holding all Inclusive that means all food and all refreshment such as mineral water, hot drink, soft drink, coffee, tea, juice and local alcohols.