The International Karma Group has made its first Egyptian acquisition with Karma Karnak, a cruise ship set to the ancient Nile River. The elegantly styled 55-cabin boat offers guests the chance to immerse themselves at the historic heart of the African nation and its gathering of world-famous landmarks from The Valley of the Kings, to the Temples of Karnak and Luxor, and the tomb of Tutankhamun among many more.
“I believe that for many people a trip to Egypt sits high on their holiday bucket list and it certainly has always been so for me,” says Karma Group Owner and Founder John Spence. “Therefore, I am extremely excited to say that we have acquired a 55 cabin Nile cruise ship that will operate between Luxor and Aswan! The Nile itself is a simply magnificent river – the cruises will be curated and include excursions, fascinating talks on Egyptology and a unique chance to experience the timeless beauty of the local culture. ”
Karma Karnak will make its debut after the heat of summer, in October. If the ancient adventures promised aren’t tempting enough, the boat’s ample amenities will be. Cabins are spacious, decorated in traditional wood and furnished with twin beds, air-conditioning, and en-suite facilities. Then there’s the cruise ship’s collection of bars, restaurants, a swimming pool, and rooftop deck.
The purchase of the cruise ship coincides with the news of the group’s other recent purchase of Karma Munnar in India. “I am delighted to announce that Karma Group has acquired two extremely exciting new destinations,” says John Spence. “As you may know we always believe that we are responsible for providing great experiences and I hope you will agree that these certainly tick those boxes.”