A sail down the Nile in Upper Egypt is a marvelous activity several tourists who visit Egypt enjoy. Today, there are three main routes for Nile cruises in Egypt. The first and the classic is from Luxor to Aswan and vice versa. The second is the longest is from Cairo to Luxor or Aswan, and vice versa. Among the most enjoyable perhaps is the lake Nasser cruise.

This is one of the highly recommended Nile cruises especially for tourists who love luxury, ancient Egyptian history and architecture, and natural beauties.

Due to the construction of the High Dam in Aswan during the 1960s, a huge lake was created to reserve the water of the River Nile the dam saved from the floods. Although the High Dam resulted in the damage of many ancient Egyptian sites, almost all of them were relocated, thanks to the efforts of international initiatives and the UNESCO.

Today, tourists who visit Egypt go for Lake Nasser cruises. They would sail from Aswan in the North to the astonishing relocated Temple of Abu Simbel in the South, or the other way around. The package would be for 03 to 04 nights.

The guests booking Lake Nasser cruises would enjoy the highest standards of luxurious services and deluxe facilities in the finest equipped ships. The facilities include large panoramic windows with air-conditions, sundecks, pools, and much more.

They would enjoy the magnificent views of Lake Nasser, one of the largest in the world while they have a great time on board of the ship with wonderful scenes of the natural life of Upper Egypt.

One of the most marvelous advantages of Lake Nasser cruises is that they offer the guests wonderful opportunities to explore some of the monuments located in the area that are not accessible by car.

Some of the monuments that tourists would expect to visit in Lake Nasser cruises would include the Temple of Abu Simbel, the Kalabsha Temple, Wadi El Sebuoa, Amada Temple, the Tomb of Der, the Tomb of Pennut and enjoy the view of the well-known temple of Qasr Ibrim from the sundeck.

Guests would not have to worry about anything. They would be enjoying their ride down Lake Nasser while the ship would be responsible for everything. Lake Nasser cruises organize a comprehensive visits’ program that include all the monuments of Southern Egypt. This also includes a wonderful visit to the Temple of Abu Simbel, the most astonishing ancient Egyptian temple constructed by Ramses II in Nubia.

Other advantages of Lake Nasser cruise consist of having a full board of delicious meals served to them in the most magical ambience of the Nile and then Nasser Lake. There is also wonderful entertainment program with interesting activities every evening including performances, dances, competitions and cocktail parties.