Following a total refurbishment in the summer of 2018, the 5-star MS Tulip is an excellent choice for enjoying a Nile cruise. The cabins now have a contemporary feel, and the public areas are spacious with large windows giving panoramic views of the scenery. Check out the information and photos below, then call EgyptIan at Nile Cruises with GoCruise on 01455821770 or 08002922850.
The 40 standard cabins each have a panoramic opening window with a balcony rail; and are often referred to as a Juliet balcony. There are 8 Terrace Suites on the upper deck, which each benefit from an outside terrace with table and chairs. At the front of the main deck there are two single cabins, which have standard windows, and these are available with no single supplement.
Whichever cabin you choose, they all come with air-conditioning, satellite TV, safe, mini-fridge and hair dryer. There are tea and coffee making facilities in the cabin, with teabags and coffee sachets provided. You also receive a large bottle of mineral water each day in your cabin. The ensuite bathroom has a bathtub with shower overhead.
The large sundeck is equipped with sunbeds, tables and chairs, and is a wonderful place to relax and watch the amazing scenery as you cruise along the Nile. Afternoon tea can be enjoyed on the sun deck each day. You will also find a small swimming pool, giving you the opportunity to cool off, before enjoying a drink at the deck bar which is open during the day. The ship also boasts a sauna, small fitness suite and a massage service.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are taken in the main restaurant, with a choice of international and local dishes, and tea & coffee is served with meals. Evenings are spent relaxing in the lounge bar on the main deck, where they serve a variety of local beers, wines and spirits, and a drinks package can be pre-purchased.
While on your Nile cruise, a number of excursions are include, all accompanied by a fully qualified Egyptologist, who will also be your contact on the boat.
- Valley of the Kings
- Queen Hatshepsut Temple
- Colossi of Memnon
- Temple of Horus at Edfu
- High Dam at Aswan
- Temples of Philae
- The Granite Quarry & Unfinished Obelisk
- Felucca ride
- Temple of Sobek in Kom Ombo
- Temple of Luxor
- Temple of Karnak