The Dahabiya Nile cruise is a luxury midsize boat that travels between Luxor and Aswan for three to twelve nights on the Nile river which offers an ideal mixture of luxury, tradition, and comfort within a warm atmosphere. It runs on pure wind power and not motorized like the steam power Nile cruises so you can hear the sound of the heavenly breeze. The accommodations on board the dahabiya consist of four large cabins and one or two very spacious suites and decorated with genuine authentic oriental furniture with their own bathroom, and air-conditioning with chairs, a divan, sunbeds, dining tables, and an amazing sundeck where you can appreciate the full majestic allure of the Nile.
The main difference between the Dahabiya Nile River Cruises and Original Nile cruises is simply the size and the number of facilities and activities found onboard. The Nile cruise will have a way bigger staff and the main power source of the Nile cruise will be a steam engine, not the natural wind. The main difference between the two is the cozy feeling and the sensation found onboard. Being on a Nile cruise is like being on a floating hotel away from the world but a dahabiya is like being in the heart of nature and enjoying the beautiful historical attractions and all the heavenly natural sights & sounds of the Nile. It will maintain your privacy and keep you away from the crowds.
The wonder of the Nile is infinite and should be explored with true class and there is nothing more classy than a dahabiya Nile cruise where you can enjoy true luxury, comfort, and observe all the little things that make the Nile your main destination in Egypt. You can also find a variety of Nile River cruises that provide the chance to witness all the hidden attractions of the Nile. Here are the famous Dahabiya Nile cruise itineraries.
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