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Nile Dinner Cruise & Live Belly Dance Show Tour

Nile Dinner Cruise & Live Belly Dance Show Tour Packages
Country: Egypt
City: Cairo
Duration: 4 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Entertainment

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Enjoy Cairo affordable Nile dinner cruise aboard one of our elegant floating restaurants sailing the world’s longest River. You can expect first-class service during your evening dinner Nile cruise, enjoy the stunning landscapes of the Nile River in Cairo on a 2-hour dinner cruise. Marvel at the Cairo skyline floodlit for the night. Watch the evening’s entertainment of live belly dance show and Folkloric show with whirling Sufi dance to music in their wide skirts.

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This Trip Includes:

Live Belly Dance Show
Egyptian& international Buffet dinner
Entrance fees
All transfers by a private air-conditioned vehicle.
Pick up services from your hotel & return.
All taxes applicable

This Trip Excludes:

Tipping for guide & driver
Any Extra not mentioned


Every river has a story to tell, and the Nile is no exception. Sail its waters on a blissful river cruise, and you'll see ancient landscapes that have changed little since pharaohs ruled the land. Huge ocean liners and modern pleasure crafts have no place on the slow-paced Nile. Instead, the waterways are graced with traditional feluccas and the sailing vessels used to ferry tourists around.

More than 280 ships are moored in the waters between Luxor and Aswan, the site of the nation's best-preserved monuments. Cruising is the easiest way for tourists to engage the Nile and the famous temples and tombs that straddle it: Luxor, Karnak, Kom Ombo, Edfu, Dendera, and the Valley of the Queens and Valley of the Kings

The best time to go on a Nile cruise is between October and April. It's not too hot, which is important since you'll be hopping on and off to visit temples along the way. The heat in Aswan and Luxor is intense, and it's not recommended that you travel during the peak summer months from June through August. The average temperatures hover over the 100 F (40 C) mark, and it's even hotter when you're inside some of the tombs. Plus, there's not a lot of shade around.

Although the riverboats that cruise the Nile tend not to vary in size, there is a fair amount of variation in quality. While several river cruise lines have ships in the region, they don't always offer itineraries, depending on interest.

Tour operators recommend that passengers not drink the water on board, even on luxury ships, but bottled water is provided. If you think you will want extra water, it's a good idea to stock up on bottled water and soda from local merchants. You should also carry a water bottle with you on shore excursions, as it is easy to become dehydrated due to the heat. Also, avoid raw vegetables, peel fruits before eating them, and don't swim in the Nile or its canals because of the risk of exposure to bacterial and other infections.

You'll typically be on tours for about 4 – 6 hours per day, and then you'll have the rest of the day to yourself. You can explore the town you're docked in on your own, or spend it relaxing on the boat.

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