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The dinner cruise was nice, and entertaining. The food was great! I had wanted to do this during the day time to be able to see the Nile, but because the Nile River is so horrificly filthy, it's better to not really see the water.
Great trip. Loved the food and the boat. Would have liked to have enough time to have a dance. Superb excursion that I would recommend to anyone on a short break in Cairo.
Trinidad and Tobago
The entertainment was good, but from a safety standpoint the cruise boat's diesel fumes were too much for me inside the boat.
The Nile dinner cruise was nice. The food was delicious...had the chicken. It was a very nice ship with great ambiance. The cruise lasted about 2 hours and there were 3 different acts/entertainers throughout the cruise.
Good food, great seat, the entertainment was not so good though. Otherwise, it was decent.
Our guide and driver were right on time to collect us from the hotel - excellent service and friendly. The al a carte menu was a bit short of al a carte, but the show was great - the cruise too.
The staff were very nice and efficient. The entertainment was nice, not fantastic, but nice.
United Arab Emirates
The dinner was great, the entertainment was average.
A worthwhile excursion. Good food and show. Everything appeared to be a little rushed but it all went to plan and the timings were spot on.
They were very late picking us up, but we did arrive just in time. The food was pretty good, the singer was ok, the dervisher was amazing, and the belly dancer was good. All in all, it was ok and I would recommend this for anyone going to cairo.
food average, worth doing just to see the whirling dervish.
This was ok. Dinner was very good, entertainment could be better.
The boat was very nice, possibly the best boat on the Nile dinner cruise circuit. The food was 510 and the drinks were ridiculously expensive. We're talking 22 for a Rum and Coke in a tiny glass. The entertainment was a mix. The opening singer was very Vegas-like, singing USA lounge songs which I didn't find culturally illuminating. The Whirling Dervish and Belly Dancer were 810. The Whirling Dervish went through the audience for pictures, but the Belly Dancer didn't.
I thought the food was very good and the ship and cruise along the Nile was nice. Not impressed with the belly dancer or singers. Other entertainment was very good. Worth doing first time, but would not do again.