Nile Cruise Easter 2014

A Nile cruise or cruise & stay is a fantastic destination if you are looking for somewhere to go over Easter 2014, and the temperatures should be in the low to mid 30’s in Luxor and Aswan.

The usual length of a Nile cruise is 7 nights, and you would cruise from Luxor to Aswan and back, and you would be taken on 10 excursions to see the main sites of interest, all included in the price you pay. These would include the Valley of the Kings, Temples of Luxor, Karnak and Philae, the Colossi of Memnon, and even a trip in a Felucca. Optional excursions can be taken to see Abu Simbel, or a how about a ride in a hot air balloon from Luxor to the Valley of the Kings.

If you want a longer break, you could add 3 nights in Cairo, or perhaps a week at a Red Sea resort, or even 2 or 3 nights on a Lake Nasser cruise.

We deal with a number of companies operating Nile cruises, including Discover Egypt, Red Sea Holidays, Bales Worldwide, Longwood Holidays and Kuoni. There is also the option of All Inclusive on some of the boats and Red Sea hotels.

For more information on the possible choices, together with prices and independent advice, contact Ian at Nile cruises with GoCruise on 01455821770 or 08002922850.

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