Ashranda Nile Dahabiya 2023
Ashranda Dahabiyas are traditional Nile cruise boats sailing the Nile River between Luxor, Esna, Aswan, and Abu Simbel. Travelers can experience the sights of the area while relishing a comfortable stay. Ashranda operates a variety of dahabiyas that all have something special to offer.
The Dahabiya Nuun is one of the most luxurious dahabiyas on the Nile, offering superb tours, excellent traditional cuisine, attentive service, and access to unique sites. Full board service is included, as are all visits, entrance fees to sites, and lunch while sailing.
While cabins on the Eyaru Dahabiya Nile cruise blend traditional Egyptian decor with luxury, four spacious cabins and one or two suites, each decorated individually with oriental furniture and a full bathroom, the cabins are fully air-conditioned and heated with individual controls and are furnished with sunbeds, sun-deck chairs, and dining tables, there are even chaise lounges for relaxing on the sun deck.
On the Nuut Dahabiya cruise, guests can enjoy meals and entertainment onboard. An Egyptologist guide and entrance fees to all sites between Luxor and Aswan are also included in your Nile cruise package.
During the Nile cruise trip on Ashranda boats, guests can visit the ancient temples of Luxor, Dakka, Esna, Aswan, and Wadi el Sebou. At night, guests are entertained by various oriental and Nubian shows.
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Ashranda Dahabiya FAQs
When was Nebyt Dahabiya Nile cruise built?
Nebyt Dahabiya was built in 2011
How is Ashranda Nebyt Dahabiya plan?
Nebyt Dahabiya Nile cruise has 6 double cabins and 1 luxury suite for maximum 14 guests.
How much does it cost to book Eyaru Dahabiya?
7 nights Luxurious Eyaru Dahabiya itinerary starts from 3795 Usd
What are Luxurious Eyaru Dahabiya sailing dates?
Dahabeya Eyaru cruise sails every Saturday from Luxor and Aswan