Cruise Along 5,000 Years of History

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Cruise Down The Nile

A cruise down the Nile is a magical experience that will live long in the memory. The world's longest river has helped sustain life in Egypt for more than 5,000 years and its banks are abundant with historical sites. A Nile cruise allows you to relax in luxurious surroundings, while seeing some of the world's most awe-inspiring sites at the same time.

Discover the Wonders of Egypt

Typically, cruises run between the ancient city of Luxor and Aswan, with an itinerary spread over seven days or more. On the East Bank of the Nile, the boat will stop off at the Luxor and Karnak Temples, where tourists will be wowed by enormous monuments dedicated to the Theban Gods.

Excursions & Entertainment

Across the river, an excursion will be made to the Valley of the Kings, where Egyptian Pharaohs were laid to rest for more than five centuries. Here you will find the tomb of the mysterious Tutankhamun and learn about the legend of his life and death. Other stops on the cruise include the Temple of Horus at Edfu, the unfinished Obelisk close to Aswan and the Temple of Philae on Agilika Island. In the evenings, you can sit back watch the lights of Egypt drift by, or enjoy traditional entertainment such as belly dancing. All in all, this is a once in a lifetime experience.

Discover the Wonders of Egypt

Travel to Egypt and discover the beauty, home for centuries to the monumental legacies left behind by the great pharaohs. Visit Egypt’s Pyramids and discover the secrets of Luxor’s Valley of the Kings. Discover Egypt’s history and captivating culture as you cruise the Nile.

Discover The Wonders of Egypt With Elegant Holidays

Cruise & Red Sea


For centuries travellers have been fascinated by the mystical allure of the Nile. A relaxing cruise in luxurious surroundings, alongside Egypts many archaeological wonders, provides the perfect combination for an unforgettable holiday.


Cairo & Nile Cruise


Cairo is a must for anyone fascinated by the magnificent Great Pyramids and the Sphinx of Giza. Situated on the Nile, Cairo is exciting, vibrant and fascinating; it is a perfect blend of old and new. For centuries travellers have been fascinated by the mystical allure of the Nile


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After a 10-year-break, Khafre’s pyramid and 6 royal tombs open on Giza plateau. The Apis tombs at Saqqara Necropolis back on Egypt’s tourist map. An Italian archaeological mission has accidently uncovered a collection of five private rock-hewn Third Intermediate Period tombs while brushing sand from parts of King Amenhotep II’s temple, located on the norther

King Amenhotep II was the seventh pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty. He inherited a vast kingdom following the death of his father, Thutmose III, and held it by means of several military campaigns in Syria. His reign witnessed the end of hostilities between Egypt and Mitanni, the two major kingdoms struggling for power in Syria.