Breathtaking vistas, excellent entertaining programs, romantic atmosphere, luxury and coziness – this is what the cruise along the longest river in the world promises. Don’t miss the fabulous Nile Cruise once you are in Egypt as it offers a multitude of advantages. Here are some of them...
Ancient Egypt was one of the first civilizations to create high quality pottery. Scholars believe they began working out the clay in the regions of Naqada and Al-Badari during the pre-dynastic era, around 3800-3400 BC. Egyptians greatly believed in the power of the potter, so they depicted their Nile Deity, “Father of Gods” Khnum creating children of clay.
The best-known attraction Jordan boasts is undoubtedly the pink-hued “lost city” of Petra carved from sandstone cliff in 312 BC. Once a capital and flourishing trading center of the Nabataean Empire
What can be more enchanting than a beautiful belly dance that holds you spellbound? It’s believed that this Middle Eastern dance existed in AD 1st century, though it was described more precisely only in the 19th century. British traveler William Lane and famous French novelist Gustave Flaubert wrote about privately performed Awalim and public Ghawazee dances they saw during their trip to Egypt. Today there are many places were this magic dance is staged as a part of entertainment – it can be in a hotel, or during the dinner at the Nile cruise ship, or Alf Leila Wa Leila show in Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh.
Egypt with its most stunning, colossal monuments never fails to astonish. The heat, vision and the luminosity of the Egypt deserts revitalizes one’s spirit. The breezy, turquoise waters revive the freshness. A romantic cruise along the world's longest river dazzles the senses. A gateway resort of the finest quality and class in the Red Sea Riviera is pure escapism. The mix of magic, mystery and pleasures combines to create the true pleasures of Egypt. Travel to Egypt to discover a world of wonder.