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DAHABIYYAS Aboard a dahabiyya, life takes on a gentle ambience that fits perfectly with the serenity of the passing landscapes. The personal and friendly dedication of the crew and the chance to learn something of their lives makes this for many, one of the highlights of the journey, whilst an opportunity to better enjoy the passing vistas of rural life in the company of like minded travellers ensures a voyage of countless memories.


CABINS Fitted out with a rich combination of elegant colonial styling and delicate oriental and Egyptian touches, all 4 dahabiyyas have 6 exceptionally comfortable and spacious cabins that are located on the port and starboard sides of the vessel. All feature full en suite facilities, with air-conditioning and windows that open out onto the passing Nile landscapes. Each boat also comes appointed with period furnishing and a choice of accommodation that offers 3 double and 3 twin bedded cabins.


SOMETHING SPECIAL – PYRAMID VIEW ROOM Early bookings on The Nostalgic Nile 11-day itinerary have the added value of being upgraded free of charge to a Pyramid View Room at the Mena House Oberoi Hotel (subject to availability).


DAHABIYYA PRIVATE HIRE Ideal for celebrating a special occasion or a family event, hiring one of our elegant dahabiyyas can present a flexible and cost effective way of experiencing the ever-changing landscapes of the Nile. Prices start from £10,995 and include sightseeing, the services of an English speaking guide, meals, drinks (wine, beer and soft drinks) and tips (excludes additional services such as hotels and flights). Call our Sales Team for further details.


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Once on board are there any extras that I should budget for? All meals, soft drinks, local wine and beer are included within the price of your holiday. Should you wish to bring your own spirits the crew are happy to store this and provide mixers. Tipping is also included for the crew and guide within the price of these tours.


Are your dahabiyyas pulled by tug boats? No unlike other dahabiyyas on the Nile our boats have engines removing the need for a tug boat, allowing for unspoilt Nile vistas. The crew also endeavour to use the sails wherever possible.


Is there a minimum age restriction on the cruise? We regret that we are unable to accept children under the age of 12 years, although if hiring a boat no age restriction applies.


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