Author: Janet Wood
Size: 8 x 5 inches
Illustrations: Over 100 black & white photos and illustrations
Publication Date: March 21st 2011
Publisher: M J Wood Digital Media
Binding: Prefect Bound
Delivery Time: UK ONLY: 5 working days.
PRICE: £8.25 + FREE UK DELIVERY
Cheque Payment: Please email
Other Versions:  Ebooks: 'Photographing the Ancient Sites' and 'Around Luxor'
Looking for a travel guide that dares to be honest? Our Travel Egypt Nile Cruise book provides you with an insight into what to expect from a Nile Cruise, given from an experienced perspective that does not shy away from confronting the issues and letting you know the scams, as well as the pleasures awaiting you on your Egyptian vacation.
Unlike the cruise booklet that most Tour Operators send out with your booking, our Cruise Guide book tells you how it really is!
Our Travel Egypt books offer straight answers, with sound and practical holiday advice. This book is illustrated throughout and contains, amongst other things:
GENERAL INFORMATION: Such as, medical advice, visa requirements, facts and figures, prices, boat facilities and layout, money matters, cruise schedules, safety issues, etc.
SUGGESTIONS: Such as, suitable clothing, useful Arabic phrases, local customs, local dishes and drinks etc.
PRACTICAL ADVICE: Such as how to deal with unwanted attention, intimidation and illness. Plus, extra costs involved that you are rarely told about, local scams, hassle, bartering tips, things to avoid, etc.
RECOMMENDATIONS: Such as ancient sites, reviews, entertainment, extra excursions, useful links, free downloads etc.
This book is a unique guide to the 'events and itinerary' that take place during a Nile Cruise holiday and whilst we discuss the ancient sites in quite some detail, it has been specifically written to help people prepare for their once in a lifetime trip, and how to avoid the scams, hassle and bartering problems that could ruin their vacation.
The book has been put together from our own photographic collection, experiences and personal observations and tells you how it is, without over romanticising the experience. It contains valuable information you would be hard pressed to find in one place and is a must read for anyone planning, or thinking of taking an Egyptian Nile Cruise.