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Luxury Egyptian river cruise operator opens Dubai office to tempt UAE passengers

The luxury Egyptian river cruise operator Nile Cruisers has opened a new Dubai branch to expand its luxury river cruise brand into the Middle East region and serve new customers.

Nile Cruisers specialises in offering a one-of-a-kind luxury experience sailing down the world’s most famous river and has been in operation for 25 years, with the largest Nile river fleet in the country.

Although the Nile is the cruise operator’s main focus, it also offers Red Sea resort excursions, and Luxor to Aswan cruises.

Nile Cruisers operates the largest luxury river fleet in Egypt

 “Our new Dubai branch allows the company to expand to customers seeking a truly unique experience,” said Mostafa Sayed, Nile Cruisers Chief Operations Officer. “These days, travelers want an adventure and a completely different experience than 10 years ago. Nile cruises and sightseeing in Egypt provide unique adventures and the memories will last a lifetime.”

Nile Cruisers offers additional services, including airport transfers, hotel bookings, and sightseeing tours on its luxury cruises on the Nile.

Passengers sail down the Nile River in style, waited on hand and foot by the river boat’s staff. Nile Cruisers ensures every detail is catered for. Customers can also book additional trips and tours through the company, making a trip to Egypt unforgettable.

Highlights of its Nile cruises, which are typically 3 to 4 nights in length, include the famous Pyramids of Giza, The Great Sphinx of Giza, and the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.

Nile Cruisers sails between Luxor and Aswan

Passengers are able to book pre- and post-cruise land packages to extend their holiday by several days and explore more of Egypt or the region, such as the Lost City of Petra in Jordan and Luxor and Aswan in Egypt to discover Karnak Temple and the Temple of Hatshepsut.

Nile Cruisers’ voyages sail between Luxor and Aswan, covering a distance of 230 kilometers over the course of four to five days. Most passengers choose to also spend several days in Cairo before or after the voyage.

The river cruise operator’s extensive fleet offers an intimate, boutique cruise experience with typically around 50 passengers, although all the vessels feature large cabins with expansive views, as well as onboard bars, lounges, dining rooms and spa and fitness facilities.

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