When taking a cruise in Egypt, one of the must-see cities is Aswan. It is the third largest city in Egypt and it can be considered as a melting pot of cultures. Aswan is located south of Cairo and it is easily accessible by people coming in from Arabia, sub-Sahara, and North Africa. This is why Aswan also obtained the name “Gateway to Africa.” Aswan can be reached by boarding a ship that cruises the Nile River. But if a visitor wants to go directly to Aswan, he can get in through the city’s international airport, which has regular flights coming in from several places in Europe.
There are many cruise lines to choose from. You can visit a cruise line’s website or call a representative to see if there are any cheap last minute cruises available. Many times, it is listed on their website. It is sometimes better to call the cruise line directly to see if you can get a discount. If they are undersold on some cruise ships, they might charge you for a lower end cabin but upgrade you to a larger room or suite for the same price.
If you are like a small majority of people in the world today that like five star luxury everywhere you go then you will be more up for cruises that are on board a luxury yacht! A Thailand Cruises package for 4 days in Phang Nga Bay is a completely different experience to that of Mediterranean cruises.
The optimum duration is four days as you can easily visit some of the most famous tourist attractions and enjoy your all inclusive holidays without being hurried at each destination.
Luxury Egypt Nile Cruise will have Abu-Simbel temple as one of the main destinations. There are many holidays, which have this destination as a popular stop. Presidential Nile cruise is a well-known company that has a good reputation in this field.
Hotel occupancy Egypt sank after the unrest erupted on January 25th. Meaning that Egypt lost at least $1 billion in this important industry that employs one out of every 7 citizens.
Location is especially true if you intend to rent your Luxor home out. Tourists want to be conveniently located in central Luxor not needing a taxi every time they want a loaf of bread from the local souk. An Egyptian property can provide you with a useful rental income as well as capital return. In Egypt rentals are a fast growing market. Judging by the recovery after previous events it will not be long before Egypt is growing at 10% again and you will be sharing in that growth.