General Information about Nile Cruise

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what are the Nile cruises in Egypt?

Nile cruises are one of the most beautiful cruises that no one misses when visiting Egypt, but what are the Nile cruises in Egypt?

Nile cruises in Egypt are considered one of the most wonderful activities that you can do, as the trip is on the Nile River, which is the longest river in the world. On the cruise, you can enjoy seeing the Nile and its fertile banks in Cairo, "the capital of Egypt".

Enjoy watching the sunset view where the sun falls in the arms of the Nile, and eating delicious Egyptian food. you can also listen to oriental music. Nile cruises in Cairo are usually for several hours, but not for overnight stays.

Despite the beauty and splendor of the Nile cruises in Cairo, the Nile cruises from Luxor to Aswan are the most famous and beautiful Nile cruises. Through them, you will learn and see monuments of ancient Egypt that you will not find anywhere else in Egypt, and the Nile cruise from Luxor to Aswan lasts from 4 to 5 nights.

The trip includes a stop in Luxor and a visit to the West Bank Luxor which includes, Valley of the Kings It consists of 63 tombs and chambers. The most famous tombs in the Valley of the Kings, The tomb of the Sons of Ramses II -Tomb of Yuya and Toya Tomb of Amenhotep II -Tomb of Ramses IV - Tomb of Seti I - Tutankhamun's tomb In the valley, there are drawings and inscriptions explaining the religious beliefs and memorial ceremonies at that time.

One of the most important inscriptions written on the walls of the valley about the tomb of Tutankhamun is: "Death will strike with its lofty wings whoever disturbs the peace of the king.

" Deir el-Bahari Temple "Hatshepsut Mortuary Temple" The temple was built for Queen Hatshepsut to perform the religious rituals that guarantee her an immortal life in the afterlife after death.

There are several royal tombs in the temple, and if you are one of the lucky ones, you will see the phenomenon of the sun’s perpendicular to the Holy of Holies, which occurs on the 6th of January and the 9th of December.