About The NileGenerally regarded as the world's longest river (there's some debate as to whether or not the Amazon is longer) and indisputably one of the cradles of civilization, the Nile is a body of water with few peers. At well over 4,000 miles, it snakes its way through ten countries including Sudan, Kenya, Ethiopia, and, most notably, Egypt.
A majority of Nile itineraries focus their attention on Egypt's unique blend of ancient wonder and contemporary metropolis – the Great Pyramids and dynamic Cairo, the monumental Sphinx and its surrounding Giza, and the legendary statues of Ramses II and Nefertari alongside modern-day Luxor. In most cases, you'll be accompanied on your Nile cruise by one or more Egyptologists, whose skills and study will help enhance your appreciation of the landmarks you'll encounter.
Book an eligible stateroom on any qualifying sailing and receive a free upgrade! In some cases, you'll be upgraded to a more desirable location aboard your ship. In other instances, you'll be upgraded to a stateroom with extra space and/or a better view. It's also possible that you might receive all of these benefits. Select your sailing date to see which upgrades are available.