Even the connoisseur of Egypt will delight in the virgin landscapes of Lake Nasser. Created as a result of the Aswan High Dam, the lake covers a 500-km2 region known in antiquity as Nubia. To salvage the area's rich archeological heritage, UNESCO launched the Nubian Campaign in 1960, an effort involving 54 countries over a period of 20 years. Today, Lake Nasser and the monuments relocated on its shores are accessible to all.
The Lake Nasser vessels Kasr Ibrim, Prince Abbas and Eugenie feature spacious interiors full of warmth and elegance. Explore the region's natural beauty and archeological treasures in a gracious and leisurely atmosphere and discover a truly relaxing way to explore Egypt.