Nile Adventurer

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Any number of river cruisers make their way along the timeless Nile, but none come close to Sanctuary’s Nile Adventurer for sheer luxury. There are just 32 air-conditioned cabins, as elegantly kitted out as any five-star hotel room, with ever-present, constantly changing views. The public spaces are just as delightful, with inviting furniture and decorated with artefacts that reflect Egypt’s venerable history, and a teak sun deck that is the perfect place for an evening cocktail or an afternoon dip in the pool. The luxurious lounge provides a vibrant social hub, where guests exchange stories before and after dinner, but there’s also an outdoor bar, for conversation under the sun or the stars. The elegant restaurant, on the main deck, serves an impressively varied selection of International and Egyptian food, and most dishes are available for in-cabin dining. Other treats include a massage room and exceptional excursions to sites of interest in the company of expert Egyptologists, who are also available on board to answer all the questions that invariably arise in such a fascinating country. 


Food and Drink 

As well as a vast array of local and international dishes created by award-winning chefs in the restaurant, the Nile Adventurer offers an extensive wine list, a snack bar on the sun deck, an in-cabin service and evening barbeques on deck.


1 outdoor pool, small gym


The spacious sun deck has several loungers and an outdoor bar.


Meals on board the Nile Adventurer include an American-style buffet at breakfast, with à la carte options also available, buffet lunches which feature international and Egyptian dishes, an à la carte dinner and an impressive wine list to choose from. Meals are also served al fresco, depending on the weather, and deck barbeques are especially popular. An in-cabin service is available.


Galabeya parties give guests the chance to dress up in traditional Egyptian costume and dance to local music; there is also an in-house cinema, belly-dancing performances and cooking lessons.


As well as talks on board, there are excursions into the Valley of the Kings, Temple of Kom Ombo and legendary Temple of Karnak, all taken in the company of expert Egyptologists.


Cooking lessons, lectures, guided excursions.