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All Inclusive Nile Cruises

All Inclusive Nile Cruises

Our Nile Cruises are based on Full Board and include breakfast, lunch and dinner. We also offer a very good value All Inclusive option on the Nile Cruisers; Ms Blue Shadow, MS Minerva, MS Jaz Jubilee,  Ms Tuya and MS Orbital Royal Esadora which has proved very popular with our clients.

The Nile Cruise All Inclusive option is a good way to budget for your holiday and provides an opportunity for those guests who do enjoy a drink (either alcoholic or soft drinks) to relax and not worry about running up a large bill over the course of the cruise.      

The All Inclusive package includes breakfast, lunch and dinner, local spirits, local beer, soft drinks, tea and coffee by the cup and mineral water by the bottle. The All Inclusive package starts from 11:30 and finishes at 23:30. Tea, coffee and juices are included with your breakfast. Local wine is also provided at lunch and dinner times, it can also be purchased outside of these times.   

The MS Minerva operates slightly different timings on the All Inclusive option.  

On the day of your departure complimentary tea, coffee and mineral water are served until 12pm and complimentary lunch if you are still on board. Any beverages required during and after lunch are payable locally in cash.

The supplement for All Inclusive is from £120 per person.

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