Amarante Nile Cruises, River Nile, Upper Egypt

Luxor & Aswan River Nile Cruises

Sailing the River Nile in Upper Egypt between Luxor and Aswan, enter the Amarante Nile Cruises world of comfort and supreme luxury on board our legendary twin River Nile Cruise ships, Isis and Osiris.

Spectacular Nile Scenery & Ancient Egyptian Sites

Indulge yourself in a world of fascination and romance while gracefully sailing through the amazing Nile River; with its spectacular scenery and magnificent plateau, before scouting through the majestic Pharaonic temples and wandering through its marvellous ancient sites.

Breathtaking Panoramic Sunset

Relax on the spacious sun decks of cruise ships Isis and Osiris overlooking the River Nile, take a dip in the onboard swimming pool and refresh yourself with a cocktail while enjoying Upper Egypt's breathtaking panoramic sunset.

Onboard Dining & Entertainment

Don't miss Amarante Nile Cruises nightly onboard entertainment in the elegant, classically decorated lounges of Isis and Osiris, where we feature a dance floor, traditional belly dancing show, Nubian folkloric show, fancy dress jallabya theme party... and serve appetizers along with a wide range of cocktails.

Amarante Nile Cruises, a River Nile cruise holiday you will cherish for a lifetime.

Contact Amarante Nile Cruises

Amarante Nile Cruises
29 Abou Hazem Street, (Off Pyramids Road), River Nile, Egypt

Tel: +20 (02) 37 81 22 11
Fax: +20 (02) 37 81 14 41
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Amarante Nile Cruises

Cruise the River Nile between Luxor and Aswan in Upper Egypt with Amarante Nile Cruises. Enter our world of comfort and supreme luxury on board our legendary twin River Nile cruise ships, Isis and Osiris.

Amarante's Luxury River Nile Cruises Available until January 2013

Sail the River Nile between the historical ports of Luxor and Aswan, stopping along the way to sightsee at the Valley of the Kings, the temple of Karnak... and some of Egypt's most famous monuments. These three and four night cruises are available from now until the end of January 2013.