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What To Look Forward To On A Cruise Of The Egyptian Nile?

Author: Cliff Collins
by Cliff Collins
Posted: Sep 20, 2020

Discover the miracles of the Nile while cruising in a mini-hotel is one of the most fun experiences one may have had when visiting Egypt. With a combination of luxuries and a sprinkling of history and enjoyment, the mystical water of the Nile is sure to dream up the most unforgettable holiday.

Many passengers have not been fully informed of the variations between a Nile boat, a Dahabiya Nile Cruise, or a falluca one. This blog will help you thoroughly appreciate what you should foresee from the Nile Cruise.

Many River Nile Cruises run between Aswan and Luxor visiting every bank, as well as many stops between the temples of Esna, Edfu, and KomOmbo. Probably taking three to four days, this part of the tour in Egypt can be extended to seven days with visits to Abydos and Dendera before moving on its normal route. Nasser Lake cruises run between Abu Simbel and Aswan to tour the temples in the south of Egypt.

A Dahabiya is a tiny wooden boat that can be powered by a total of ten cabins with wind strength. Although the Felucca is an open-air cruising craft, usually without cabins.

When to book a ticket to the Nile cruise?

The high season, which is the perfect time to book in terms of weather, is November to March, which observes nighttime temperatures at 20 degrees Celsius. The low season from May to September, which means that prices will drop, but the swelling southern Egyptian temperature may be unbearable for some.

Make sure you go with reliable tour operators, renowned for delivering excellent service under Private tour packages.

So finally, you have decided that you are visiting Egypt. You've made your dates known, you know precisely the sights are on your must-see list, and you also have an impression of the food you want to sample, and the souvenirs you’re going to bring home. But before you take your preparation to the next step, we need to talk about having a guide.

We know what you're curious about. You're perhaps wondering how much better a private guide can be for a group. You may also ask if you need a guide whatsoever. And, we're sure you're thinking of the extra expense as well. But stick with us, because we have some arguments to make.

Here's why you're going to want to make sure you get a private tour guide to Egypt.

You're going to learn so much more

Getting a guide is so much better than letting others take you around. Your private guide will show you secret things you'd never discover on your own, describe in depth what you're looking at, and tell some of the most fascinating stories, most of which you've never learned before. Your private tour guide will be the focus of your tour of Egypt.

Customized tour times with itineraries

One of the easiest things to do with a private tour guide is to make your timetable. There is no reason to wait for someone to come or leave at various hours, or to be postponed. A private guide would use this right to his or her benefit to give you the best service.

Do yourself a favor and make sure your Egyptian trip is as amazing as it should be by booking an amazing Egypt luxury travel package.

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I'm Cliff Collins, providing info about the luxury private tours and travels in Egypt for frequent travelers.

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I'm Cliff Collins, providing info about the luxury private tours and travels in Egypt for frequent travelers.

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