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The Nile has long been a household name as the longest river in the world at 6,650 km long. It flows through four different countries in Africa from Uganda to the Mediterranean Sea, though it is best known as a symbol of Egypt. Throughout history, the river has played a key role in all aspect of life –  eleven countries rely on the Nile to live.

In the past,the Nile helped cement important trade routes in Egypt by providing fertile land for crops, and was even the basis for Egypt's first ideas about how blood flows through the body. Even now, it is believe that Egyptians travel the Nile to reach the after-life. This fabled waterway is truly the hub of Egypt.

We will take you on an unforgettable cruise down this iconic piece of history,beginning and ending in the beautiful city of Luxor. You will be surrounded by spectacular history and culture on all sides as we take you to visit mystifying ancient temples and stunning botanical gardens, as well as the incredible Aswan Dam and the iconic Valley of Kings. This will be a journey you won't forget.

With a Nile River cruise, we promise you a memorable and scenic trip that you'll be talking about for the rest of your life.

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