In both our hotel Nubian Eco Village and our building Al Gezera we have made adaptations for accessibility for people in wheel chairs. We have put in ramps, the hotel has wet rooms and there is a bath board.
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Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Luxor for Odd Shaped Families
Bed and Breakfast Suites for Odd Shaped Families
Single parents, older children, friends we charge per person not per room.
Looking for accommodation in Luxor, Egypt that gives you separate bedrooms without paying single supplements?
- You are a family of three and want three separate bedrooms on your Luxor holiday?
- You are a single person who does not want to pay single supplements?
- A married couple who love each other dearly but one snores, so you want two bedrooms.
We have the cost effective holiday solution for single parents, teenage brother and sister, argumentative siblings, two friends. No single supplements.
We don’t care how odd shaped your family is, you don’t even have to be a family. Three friends having a girl’s holiday get three bedrooms in our suites.
Our bed and breakfast suites can give you everything from one bedroom to three bedrooms and the price you pay is per person we don’t mind how many bedrooms you have. Yes that is right no more sharing with your kids. A good night’s sleep even on holiday with a snoring partner. No more having to put your teenage girl with her inquisitive little brother.
Single parent holidays, yes perfect for single parents, especially with older children.
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Hidden Luxor the guide to secret Luxor
There are many guide but this is the only one written by a resident of Luxor’s West Bank who is also an Egyptologist Hidden Luxor Full of detailed information on sites off the tourist trail and disability tips
Train Travel in Egypt
Getting the train
Train travel can be a very cheap way of getting between Cairo and Upper Egypt. Full details here Seat 61
Map of the Valley of the Kings
Atlas of the Valley of the Kings
Discover each tomb in the Valley in this interactive Atlas. Investigate a database of information about each tomb, view a compilation of more than 2000 images, interact with models of each tomb, and measure, pan, and zoom over 250 detailed maps, elevations, and sections. Experience sixty-five narrated tours by Dr. Weeks and explore a 3D recreation of tomb KV 14.www.thebanmappingproject.com
Quad Bikes in the Desert
Crazy, fun and very dirty, spend an afternoon racing in the desert.
Hot Air Balloon over the Valley of Kings
The ultimate hot air balloon experience. Fly over the entire Theban necropolis
Sailing on the Nile
Sail in a Felucca Boat
Take a cruise to Banana Island, a lovely oasis of tropical vegetation, a delight for the eyes; this can be combined with the Nile Sunset cruise if required.
Nile Sunset Dinner Cruise:
Cruise the Nile in either a motor boat or felucca sailing boat (depending on the wind). You can see the entire riverside and as the sun sets get lots of great photos. Dinner is provided from a local restaurant, vegetarian’s options are available.
Donkey and Camel Rides in Luxor
A favourite with kids of ALL ages and can be for any length of time, go round the local villages and see the area.
An alternative to the hot air balloon go on a donkey ride across the ridge following the route taken by the Ancient Workmen going from Deir el Medina overlook the temple of Hatshepsut and ending up in the Valley of Kings. The views are spectacular and unique.
Donkey and Camel Rides
Take a camel out into the desert and visit the Christian village and purchase some local honey. Another long trip that will really make you ‘walk like an Egyptian’