The Nile River and the beauty of Nile cruise
“Praise is to you, O Amen Ra, Lord of Karnak, the ruler of Tiba, the ox of his mother, and the most important of his field, the broad line, the master of all of Upper Egypt and the Lord of the earth”.
The intonation of the god Ra
“You look brightly at the horizon of the sky, the living Aton, the beginning of life, when you emerge on the eastern horizon filling the country with your beauty, you are beautiful, great, sparkling, high above every country, surrounded by your radiance with all the land you have created, you come to an end with your light”.
The intonation of Akhenaten
There are many songs and intonations of the Pharaohs, priests and the great kings.Those songs glorify the God of Habi, the Nile.The Nile River is the lifeblood of Egypt,which we can take a Nile cruise on it the source of its beauty and charm.The Nile is the second longest river in the world after the Amazon River. It is located on the African continent and flows to the north. It has two major rivers, the White Nile and the Blue Nile.The name “Nile” which we take a Nile cruise on it in this name is attributed to the Greek term “Neilos”. The Nile comes out of Lake Victoria; it is a shallow lake not more than 7 meters deep.It is the second largest freshwater lake in the world. It covers an area of 67,000 square kilometers and an average depth of 40 meters.After the union of the white and blue Nile in the Horn of Khartoum to form the Nile River together, there is only one river left for the Nile River to feed it before entering Egypt, the Atbara River. The Nile crosses the Sudanese-Egyptian border and continues in Egypt until it reaches Lake Nasser: Located behind the High Dam. Beginning in 1998, some parts of this lake separated westward in the western desert to form the Toshka lakes.
The Nile which we take Nile cruise gets its water from the following sources:
-Blue Nile 59% of revenue
-Subat River 14%
-Atbara River 13%
-Sea of the Mountain 14%
These percentages change in the flood season to reach 68% of the Blue Nile, 22% of the Atbara River and 5% of the Subat and the Sea of the Mountain.
The Nile River contributed to the renaissance of agricultural Egypt since ancient times, producing most of the crops of cotton, rice, acid fruits and sugarcane,The Nile River contributed to the agricultural renaissance of Egypt since ancient times, producing most of the crops of cotton, rice, acid fruits and sugar cane with the help of silt coming with it from the main source, increasing the fertility of the soil and accelerating the growth of the crop.
In Pharaonic Egypt, the flood was associated with sacred religious rituals. They celebrated the feast of the Nile and recorded these celebrations on the walls of their temples and wrote in their papyrus.In the era of the Islamic state in Egypt, they also took care of the flood season. They set up a scale for the Nile and still exist in Al-Rawda Island in Cairo.The Nile River provides us with a lot of fish wealth, and many fishermen rely on it as a source of income and food as well. The majority of Nile peoples prefer Nile fish to eat, and there are many of the most famous aquatic crocodile Nile.
what is Nile tourism?
We come here to the field of tourism. Nile tourism, tourists like to take Nile cruise on it the most famous in the cities of Luxor and Aswan and we have talked about in previous articles in detail. However, we remind you that you can book with us in Luxor, Aswan, Cruises, hotel reservations, and a comprehensive visit program at the lowest cost.There are also flights beyond the dam from Aswan to the borders of Sudan. Just set your date and duration and contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
Let us refresh your memory and remind you of the countries through which the Nile passes. They are 10 countries called the Nile Basin countries and they are as follows:
Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, the Congo, Eritrea.When you come to visit Aswan you have to visit the Nile Museum, I will take you in Nile cruise explain to you the development and development of the Nile, irrigation and agricultural life in Egypt through the ages. At the gate of the museum, there are columns decorated with each column of them named after a state of the Nile Basin countries.So far we have covered most important aspects and information about the Nile River. If you would like more detailed information on certain parts, please do not hesitate to contact us on the above-mentioned numbers or contact us at email@example.com.I hope you will be fine until we meet soon.
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