Ultimate Long Nile Cruise Itineraries in 2019

These Long Nile Cruises in 2019 allow you to visit Lower, Middle and Upper Egypt. They are the ideal way to see the main sites in Cairo, such as the Pyramids & Sphinx, as well as several other temples and interesting sites between Cairo and Luxor, which include Minya, Tel El Amarna and Beni Hassan. There are four itineraries to choose from, with the two shortest ones suitable for anyone who has already been on a normal 7 nights Nile cruise from Luxor to Aswan and back, and is just looking for the sites between Cairo and Luxor. There are several departure dates for each of the itineraries, between February 2019 and September 2019. They will be on the Jaz Royale, which carries fewer than 100 passengers, and will all include a programme of shore excursions, scheduled flights from London Heathrow, and resort transfers.

I give brief details below of the itineraries, but for full details, and an up-to-date check on availability and prices, call Nile Cruises with GoCruise on 01455821770 or 08002922850.

11 Nights from Luxor to Cairo
There are departures in 2019 on the following dates: – 24th February, 24th March,
21st April, 19th May, 16th June, 14th July, 11th August and 8th September

12 nights from Cairo to Luxor
There are departures in 2019 on the following dates: – 7th March, 4th April, 2nd May,
30th May, 27th June, 25th July, 22nd August and 19th September

14 nights from Aswan to Cairo
There are departures in 2019 on the following dates: – 21st February, 21st March, 18th April, 16th May, 13th June, 11th July, 8th August and 5th September

14 nights from Cairo to Aswan
There are departures in 2019 on the following dates: – 7th March , 4th April, 2nd May,
30th May, 27th June, 25th July, 22nd August and 19th September

 

 

 

 

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