After almost 8 days of struggling our technicians have managed to restore the www.nile-cruises-4u.co.uk website. Now this blog is back and is working almost as it was before. Just a few tweaks here and there to be made.
I’ve just added the latest Special Offers to our Nile Cruise Bargains page and hopefully I’ll be blogging regularly as before. Sorry for any inconvenience caused over the last 10 days or so.
Our main Nile Cruise website www.nile-cruises-4u.co.uk is currently unavailable because our hosting company, GoDaddy, have decided to swap the site to a new server. We did not know this was going to happen and so at the moment we have no website only this blog.
Apologies if you are trying to access the site. If you have any queries or need any help please call us on Freephone 0808 1089 100. Hopefully the site will be back very shortly.
Our other website www.kenyaholidays4u.co.uk has been hacked by a hacker in the Far East called Ickhy Conficker. I’ve no idea why he has done this and I am sure he has no idea what upset he is causing. He actually has a Facebook page and so I have messaged him asking if he would “un-hack” us. However I am not sure if he will.
We regularly get asked whether its’ best to take a Full Board Nile Cruise or an All Inclusive Nile Cruiseand, to be honest, more people initially look at the idea of an All Inclusive Nile Cruise.
I can understand why people think All Inclusive is THE main choice but unfortunately people only seeking an All Inclusive Nile Cruise are missing out on a large number of excellent Nile Cruise ships who only offer Full Board.
One of the things I tell people is that for the right reason the All Inclusive option is a good choice. That might be when your budget is tightly limited and you need to know exactly what your Nile Cruise will cost you in total before you travel. Or, if you have been personally recommended to a particular Nile Cruise ship and that ship only offers an All Inclusive option.
However, for those people seeking more choice, both in the ships available to choose from and in the choice of refreshments available on the ship then it may well be worth looking at a Full Board option.Â Barbara and I have sailed on both All Inclusive and Full Board ships and have enjoyed both but now, if the option is available, we would normally plump for the Full Board option if the ship offers a choice in refreshments/drinks, etc.
To try and help people think a little more about the choice between the two options I have written the following article which I hope will help:
If you are already fed up with these afternoons when it starts to get dark around 4.00pm then you might want to think about taking a week in the sun. In which case taking a Nile Cruise in November is an ideal way to do just that.
You can read more about each of these ships on our Nile Cruise Ships page but if you would like to check the latest availability or prices please do not hesitate to call us on our Freephone number 0808 1089 100.