The Nile is the longest river in the world, stretching north for approximately 4,000 miles from East Africa to the Mediterranean. Studies have shown that the River (Iteru, meaning, simply, River, as the Egyptians called it) gradually changed its location and size over millions of years. The Nile flows from the mountains in the south to the Mediterranean in the north. Egyptians traveling to other lands would comment on the 'wrong' flow of other rivers. For example, a text of Tuthmosis in Nubia describes the great Euphrates river as the 'inverted water that goes downstream in going upstream.'

Dahabeya cruise - Special

These traditional sailing vessel, was once the mode of transportation for Royals and other elite. Hand crafted using the same methods of ancients times. With most vessels catering to a ...

Sonesta Star Goddess

The newest ship on the Nile, the Sonesta Star Goddess is perfect for the discerning traveller. The elegant vessel boasts deluxe facilities with the services to match. One of the most lu ...

Swiss Inn Hotels & Nile Cruises Radamis I

Swiss Inn Hotels & Nile Cruises Radamis I offers a higher class of luxury than others offered on the Nile. with 3, 4 or 7 night cruises to choose from, there is a cruise for everyone! ...

Swiss Inn Hotels & Nile Cruises Radamis II

This sister ship of the Radamis I has most of the same features; however it is a slightly larger ship. With 75 deluxe cabins and six suites. ...

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