Movenpick Nile Cruises
If you have been waiting to explore the history of Egypt across the serene Nile, this is your chance as Movenpick Nile cruises presents the best Nile cruise packages ever! The best thing about these cruises is that you get to witness some of the best manmade as well as natural structures on the fascinating land of Egypt while enjoying the royal treatment extended to guests on the ship. From the amazing temples, monuments to places of historic significance, you get to see everything you have ever wanted to see by being a part of Movenpick Nile cruises. Egypt has a lot of history to it and this history is depicted through its wonderful landmarks. For example, the city of Edfu located on the west bank of the river Nile is the home to the temple of Horus. It is one of the most ancient cities of Egypt and even today it has managed to maintain its historical charm. Movenpick Nile cruises gives you an opportunity to enjoy the historical marvel on display from close quarters. A visit to the city of Edfu is just a small part of the plan, other visits include exciting trips to cities of Kom Ombo, Aswan and Luxor all situated on the banks of the longest river of the world, the Nile! There are a couple of quality Nile cruises you can take but at Movenpick we make sure the time spent on the cruise is a time you are going to remember forever. Apart from visits to major tourist attractions on the Movenpick Nile cruises you will also get a chance to indulge in pure luxury. We ensure that your stay on the cruise ship will be as comfortable and as enjoyable as ever. So hop on to experience a cruise that promises entertainment, luxury and excitement every step of the way! Read more about Nile cruise.
Aswan is Egypt's southern most city. This pleasant and fairly modern town has a population of around 245,000 and is possibly the best winter resort in all of Egypt. read more »
Travel to Luxor and you will know why it is one of Egypt's great tourist attractions? It is also commonly known as the world's largest open air museum. read more »