17 Things to Expect When you book your Egypt Nile Cruise
Updated: Oct 3, 2019
Traditionally, a Nile cruise was considered the centerpiece of an Egyptian 4, evoking fanciful images of idyllic days exhausted drifting in lust between the iconic sights of Ancient Egypt. In Victorian clock, a Nile cruise was the only way to see some of Egypt's most outstanding experienced temples. Modern visitors have more options available to them; and while Nile cruises are still lay, some find themselves put off by the idea of being imprisoned on a gravy boat for the ancestors of their nonterm. The tributary is much busier now than it was in the past, and with more than 200 cruise boats plying their dealing, there are lines to get through the padlock and to shorten at each disembarkation peculiarity.
The cruises check in is always non time while check out is early morning.
Most of the cruises celebrates the check in guests by cockatiel party in the first or second night of your stay on board.
The food on board is always an open buffet, different every day. (Drinks are never included. Food on board is usually excellent, ranging from generous buffets to set dinner menus. Make sure to find out what's included before choosing your operator.
It is strongly recommended to Tip the cruise Crew (Discuss this with your Guide on bard)
Your tour guide is always staying with you on-board. Don’t Hesitate to contact him for any help or questions.
Most of the cruises are doing the same sightseeing (Luxor to Aswan) It might be some extra one sight or more it depends on how many nights do you have on board.
Your budget and personal preferences will determine which cruise you choose - though opting for a cabin with air-conditioning is advised during the scorching summer months.
It is strongly recommended to visit the east and west bank of Luxor early morning around 5 30 am
The Galabia Party on board is usually the night before the checkout, please make sure ti get your own galabia and attend the party it’s a good chance to see Egyptian belly dancer and Tanora Folkloric dance.