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Did a one day fishing trip out of Aswan. Couple of key points. The Major one is that on arrival there was a guy by the boat with an AK-47 in hand. Which we thought strange but what was Really strange was that he got...More
We did a four-night cruise on the Steigenberger Omar el Khayam.
We were originally booked on the Movenpick MS Prince Abbass but were notified prior to our departure that the ship had changed.
The staff onboard the Lake Nasser boat were excellent. Nothing was too...More
During my visit to Abu Simbel, I took some time to enjoy the views of this lake after visiting the temples of Ramesses II and Nefertari. During my visit, I learned that Lake Nasser is actually a reservoir that was formed as the result of...More
Lake Nasser is a beautiful lake and it is also huge. I was surprised by its sheer size. I enjoyed both seeing the lake and also learning a bit about it. Highly recommend checking out Abu Simbel as well.
We took a 3 day cruise on the Prince Abbas, and from beginning to end, the lake was just breathtaking. There are virtually NO people anywhere. No developments, no jet skis, no speed boats, just water and desert and ancient monuments occasionally. It is so...More
The cruise on Lake Nasser was a trip highlight. You can visit the Nubian temples relocated in the 1960s when the Aswan Dam construction flooded the Nile Valley. Better yet, many of these sites are so inaccessible that you will have them to yourselves. An...More
LAKE Nasser is a wonder, an awesome sight and a watery treasure all rolled into one.
We saw it during a visit to the Aswan High Dam which, along with Lake Nasser, was officially opened in 1970 by then Egyptian president Anwar Sadat.
if you can bear with a lot of Egyptians families with kids running all over the place I recommend that you try booking between 25 January to 5 February. this the mid year holiday. I want to go with my family this year. Just... More
if you can bear with a lot of Egyptians families with kids running all over the place I recommend that you try booking between 25 January to 5 February. this the mid year holiday. I want to go with my family this year. Just have to persuade my husband.