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Published on :   04/11/2022

Cruise on the Red Sea, a journey between Jordan and Egypt


From now through March of 2023, set sail with us on a fascinating once-in-a-lifetime cruise between Jordan and Egypt. Aboard La Belle de l’Adriatique, discover sparkling turquoise waters, coral reefs, mesmerizing treasures, and historic sites.

From the incredible site of Petra to the breathtaking Wadi Rum desert, find out more about the experiences that await you along the land of 1001 nights.

The Red Sea, one of the most beautiful coastlines on Earth

At nearly 175,000 square miles, the Red Sea lies in a fault depression between two plates of Earth’s crust. Connecting the Mediterranean Sea to the Suez Canal, and situated between Arabia and North Africa, The Red Sea has always conjured up magical visions for aspiring tourists.

One of the most heavily travelled waterways in the world, it is also one of the warmest seas in the world, with an average water temperature between 70° and 80° Fahrenheit. The Red Sea is also one of the saltiest - which makes it easy for people to float in, due to the high saline concentration. Considering the temperatures, the Red Sea is a perfect winter destination.

Its colourful name is still a mystery to this day. The most popular suggestion credits blooms of a certain type of algae, which gives the water a deep reddish hue. However, most of the time, the waters’ colour is an intense blue-green.

Egypt and Jordan might not be the first countries that come to mind when you think of cruising the world, but the Red Sea is a real bucket list destination thanks its year-round sunshine and its rich biodiversity - more than 1000 fish species and around 200 corals’ species call the Red Sea home. 

The Red Sea discovery on board La Belle de l’Adriatique


Discover the Red Sea’s treasures on a fascinating cruise from Egypt to Jordan on board the MV La Belle de l’Adriatique. Our cruise takes you along the Sinai Peninsula, a kaleidoscope of ochre and red rocks, to discover the cultural wealth of the pharaohs and gods’ country. According to the famous chapter of the Old Testament, Moses split the Red Sea in two to allow the Hebrew people to flee from Egypt to the Promised Land.

Discovering the Red Sea treasures aboard our intimate sized ship balances the freedom to explore on daily excursions and a comfortable onboard lifestyle. Moreover, its small size allows it to dock in the heart of the cities of call.

Located on the main deck, the restaurant is where all meals are served during the cruise. Thanks to the all-inclusive formula on board, enjoy a peaceful vacation, where full board allows you to enjoy refined French cuisine with fresh products from local markets throughout your stay.

On the boat deck, the lounge bar welcomes passengers during lively evenings. For more peace and quiet, a second and cosier lounge allows you to relax at the back of the ship while enjoying one of our delicious cocktails. The vast sun deck, conducive to relaxation, is embellished with two Jacuzzis and sun loungers that offer a breathtaking view of the sea and allow you to enjoy the bright and warm Egyptian sun.

All the cabins of this boat offer a sea view, through portholes or large windows. Each of our comfortable cabins is equipped with a television, a safe, air conditioning, and a bathroom.

The cruise on board La Belle de l'Adriatique is a unique opportunity to discover the treasures of the Red Sea in 8 days, in the greatest comfort and without having to unpack your luggage. 

The Red Sea cruise’s itinerary: Lost in time

At CroisiEurope, we’ve crafted the ideal Red Sea itineraries, featuring a perfect blend of sightseeing and activities. Sailing the warm waters of the Red Sea through this wonderful cruise gives you the opportunity to discover all the must-sees of these countries in 8 to 10 days with all the comfort you might need and with an all-inclusive formula on board so you can travel worry-free while discovering all the Red Sea’s treasures.

  • Walk in the footsteps of the Pharaohs while visiting Egypt and Jordan through:
  • Naama Bay, the beautiful seaside resort and its golden sandy beaches
  • Archaeological city of Petra, the lost city and its gigantic facades carved out of pink sandstone rock
  • The Valley of the Kings and the temple of Karnak, main complex of the great necropolis of ancient Thebes
  • adi Rum Desert and its lunar-looking landscape where you can sometimes still meet several Bedouin tribes.


So why not give yourself a break from daily life and embark on this fascinating cruise with us?


Frequently asked questions about the Red Sea:


When is it the best time to travel to the Red Sea?

The best time to visit the Red Sea region is between October and March as the temperatures are cooler but still pleasantly warm in most of the region.

How much cost a cruise on the Red Sea?

CroisiEurope offers prices around £1500 to £3000 depending on the cruise and itinerary you choose.

Is it safe to travel to Egypt?

Egypt is a safe country to travel to. It has a low crime rate but beware of scammers on historic sites. That is why travelling with CroisiEurope is a serene way to travel and visit the Red Sea, as all excursions are under our control to help you avoid any scam.

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