Insights into life in the largest and driest desert of our planet
When you plan your holiday itinerary for Egypt include a short small boat safari and have a break from crowded tourist sites to experience Egypt from a unique perspective. This is a rewarding adventure exploring a picturesque desert lake in your own private live aboard boat getting a close-up experience of its ecosystem, wild life and nomadic people. Then, at lunch time and in the evening meet up with your well-appointed mother ship for meals and drinks in comfortable social surroundings.
First Day: We will collect you from any location in Aswan, cruise ship, hotel or airport and transfer you to the safari start point where you will be welcomed by your guide. Lunch & dinner served on safari
On Safari: The numbers of days you have booked are spent exploring the desert Lake. Each day there is a different night stop in a sheltered bay with a sandy fresh water beach. All meals and hot beverages are included.
Safari End: The safari ends at approximately 4 pm when we will transfer you back to your hotel, cruise ship or the Aswan airport to connect with your onward travel arrangements. Breakfast and lunch
Images of a Desert Lake
Take some time to peruse the slide shows we have created they will give you an interesting insight into this unique desert Lake. A refreshing experience from the hustle & bustle of the world we live in and a perfect place to introduce your children to the great outdoors.
Desert Lake Experience: Waited on ‘hand & foot’ by an experienced team of Nubian safari staff and guides. Slide Show
People of the Lake: Transient peasant fishermen fish the lake using traditional methods. The residents are Bedouin camel and sheep herdsmen, grazing their flocks on the sparse vegetation of the shoreline. Slide Show
"These safaris are not just about angling and fishing. To sit back under a big, full sky full of stars, eating, drinking and yarning, listening to the desert sounds.... are a super experience, both exciting and relaxing simultaneously ". Barrie Rickards: Professor of Paleontology and Biostratigraphy Cambridge University.