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Egypt Nile Cruises Packages with Free consultation

Egypt Nile Cruises Packages with Free consultation
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A Nile Cruise trip is a very enjoyable experience that any visitor must do when he visit Egypt. A Nile Cruise boat is a highly appointed, floating, 5-star hotel, with most of the facilities of a normal 5-star hotel, including a relaxing sun deck and swimming pool. All your meals are included, though beverages and bottled water are not included. You will have your own en-suite, air-conditioned cabin (we book upper deck cabins wherever possible), and full use of all the boats facilities (restaurants, ships, sun deck, swimming pool, etc) We use several different cruise boats on the Nile, and we will inform you exactly which boat we will use enough time before your departure, as the boats shuttle back and forth on the Nile between Aswan and Luxor, with regular breaks for cleaning and maintenance. However, we regularly inspect to ensure they are of the same 5-star deluxe standard.
    Good To Know Before You Go There are too many Nile Cruises in Egypt. The most difficult is to choose which one to take. A lot of people don't know the Difference between Nile Cruises and why there are some cruises are very expensive and others are very cheap. That's why we tried to make this Web Site as a reference for most Nile Cruises in Egypt in order to help visitors to choose the right one for them. Our Free consultation will help you to understand every detail about your trip before you book it. We believe that the client must know what he is going to take and take the value of the money he paid.

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