You probably have a wish list of all the nice destinations you would like to set foot on. Why not a Nile Cruise holiday? What sets a Nile cruise apart from other adventures? Maybe because the River Nile is the longest globally. Or that it is wickedly rich in an array of attractions,ranging from archaeological sites to pyramids and cultural attractions?

Whether you are a hieroglyphics enthusiast or a fun-loving tourist,the mystery of the land of the Pharaohs will blow your mind. Be a part of Egypt’s 5,000-year history by engaging in enthralling voyages of discovery to see what the Nile has to offer by taking part in a Nile Cruise holiday and seeing these attractions in all their majesty.

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The Impressive Giza Pyramids Complex

No Nile Cruise holiday can be complete without visiting the Pyramids of Giza. Located just outside the City of Cairo,the first sight of the three Great Pyramids,three smaller ones,and the Great Sphinx will take your breath away! Nearly all the Nile cruises setting off from Cairo have the Pyramids of Giza on the ‘menu’. At the Pyramids of Giza,you will enjoy ancient Egypt engineering at its best.

Among the ancient Wonders of the World remaining are the 4,500-year-old Royal mausoleums. Step inside the 147 meters high Great Pyramid,and feast your eyes on intricate ancient Egyptian life tomb art.

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The World’s Largest Open-Air Museum

If ancient temples,statues,and buildings are enough to make your blood race,then you can’t afford to miss Luxor. Also known as Thebes,this city was once the capital of the Pharaohs and a major hub. Its sheer collection of archaeological delights is the reason it is popularly known as ‘an open air museum.’

Now,depending on your itinerary,the Nile Cruise holiday will begin in either Aswan or Luxor. If you prefer a brief tour,you will begin in Luxor. Unfortunately,if you start in Luxor,you will miss seeing Edfu Temple in the south. On the Eastern bank of the Nile,you’ll find the Karnak Temple complex and the Luxor Temple. Other fascinating sights in Luxor include The Temples of the Nobles,the Mortuary Temple of Seti I,and the incredible mummification museum.

Abu Simbel

With just a Nile Cruise holiday to Abu Simbel village in Aswan,your grasp of ancient Egyptian kings and queens will put your friends to shame! Here,you will be met by spell-binding towering statues and colonnaded temples dating back to the 13th Century. These are the statues of Ramses II and his wife,NefertariMeritmut,and also of Queen Hatshepsut,the longest reigning woman queen.

Experience Lifetime Moments on a Wonderful Nile Cruise Vacation

Participate in the spellbinding history of ancient Egypt on a Nile Cruise holiday and make unforgettable memories. Apart from the iconic places and magnificent landmarks,you’ll have unending tales for your friends and families. Finally,the icing on the cake is that incredible Middle Eastern hospitality will be at your disposal.

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