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MS Nile Style Nile Cruise

MS Nile Style Nile Cruise,Cruises, Nile river , Egypt, Luxor, aswan, Esna, Edfu,

5 Star Nile Cruise Ship The M/S Nile Style can only be compared to a floating 5 Star hotel with 80 comfortable well furnished cabins. Launched in 1999, it is considered one of the largest and most luxurious vessels on the Nile river with a swimming pool with pool bar and shaded deck area from which you can marvel at ... Read More »

M/S Nile Premium

M/S Nile Premium, Cruises, Nile river , Egypt, Luxor, aswan, Esna, Edfu,

M/S Nile Premium The MS Nile Premium is a deluxe Nile Cruise ship launched towards the end of 2008 and is without doubt one of the most luxurious boats on the Nile. It is a sophisticated and chic cruise ship decorated in neutral tones whilst its dark wood lend it a distinct Colonial feel. The MS Nile Premium has a ... Read More »


Cruises, Nile river , Egypt, Luxor, aswan, Esna, Edfu,

Renovated in 2009, the Radamis I features 70 individually air conditioned deluxe cabins of 215 square feet. All bathrooms with bathtubs, in house music and video channels. Minibar, hairdryer and shaving sockets. Power supply is 220V. The panoramic wall-to-wall window allows the guests to contemplate the scenes gliding past as you cruise the river. Non-smoking rooms available. Fine dining featuring ... Read More »



The Radamis II was built in 2000 and renovated in 2009. The ship is 237 feet in length and 45 feet wide. It features 74 twin cabins plus has 6 suites. Cabins are approximately 215 square feet. All cabins are Nile view with large view windows, individually controlled air-conditioning, private baths, NO triples allowed. Fine dining featuring International and local ... Read More »



W as the Greek city of Apollinopolis Magna and an important religious and commercial center. Located about 52 kilometers south of Esna and 104 kilometers north of Aswan, the modern Edfu is a commercial town producing mainly sugar and pottery. It is also a hub of a road network. Edfu once was the capital of the second Nome of Upper ... Read More »


Esna Town

Located about 52 kilometers south of Luxor. The Greek name for this town was Latopolis for the many fish (lates) in the Nile. Esna became more important during the 18th Dynasty due to Egypt’s developing relationship with the Sudan. Later, the city slowly declined but rose to importance again when it became the capital of the Third Nome of Upper ... Read More »

Abu Simbel

Lies south of Aswan On the west bank of the Nile, 288 km south of the First Cataract in what was Nubia. The place was known as Meha in ancient times and was first documented in the 18th Dynasty, when Ay and Horemoheb had rock chapels hewn into the southern hills. Ramses II Built the two great temples of Abu ... Read More »


Egypt’s sunniest southern city and ancient border town located about 130 km south of Luxor, has a distinctively African atmosphere. Its ancient Egyptian name was Syene. Small enough to walk around and favoured with the most beautiful setting on the Nile, the pace of life is slow and relaxing. Aswan has a strategic location and houses a garrison of the ... Read More »

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