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M/S Diamond Nile Cruise

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M/S Diamond Nile Cruise

is a 5 stars Nile Cruise, what is special about this ship is that it is all-suite boat with 69 junior suites and 4 Presidential suites The Diamond boat has all of the facilities and services that you will look for as it includes a large restaurant, spacious sun deck with snack bar, swimming pool, and Jacuzzi, lounge bar with sound and light systems and a beauty salon, boutique and gift shop, and much more.

Dahabiya Facilities

  • Heated swimming pool & Jacuzzi.
  • Boutique and gift shop.
  • Sun deck.
  • A spacious Reception.
  • Fire alarm and protection.
  • Recreational facilities.
  • Discotheque & Karaoke.
  • Restaurant (150 seats) Air-conditioned.
  • Boutique, Bazaar & gift shop.

Cabin Facilities

  • Private balcony in each suite.
  • TV with international video system.
  • Mini bar.
  • Individual safe deposit in each suite.
  • Private bath.
  • Hair dryer in Junior Suite.
  • Bathtub with Jacuzzi in Presidential Suite.
  • Sound system.
  • Satellite phone system for local & international calls.
  • Central air conditioned with an individual control panel.

Package Includes

  • Accommodation on board 5 star Nile cruise on full board basis.
  • All Nile Cruise excursions as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Entrance fees to all mentioned sites between Luxor and Aswan.
  • English speaking guide during your excursions.
  • All service charges and taxes.

Package Excludes

  • Visa to Egypt.
  • Any extras and personal expenses not mentioned in the itinerary.

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Dates & Prices

plan AFive stars hotels

Start From$ 000

Per Person In April – Decm
Solo traveler 000 $
Double Room 000 $
Triple Room 000 $
Single Room Supplement 000 $

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plan BFour stars hotels

Start From$ 000

Per Person In April – Decm
Solo traveler 000 $
Double Room 000 $
Triple Room 000 $
Single Room Supplement 000 $

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