Your third day starts with a fabulous breakfast on board, then your tour guide will escort you to visit the west bank of Luxor starting by a visit:
Valley of The Kings
Multiple tombs were lay hidden in Egypt's Valley of the Kings, as there were about 63 tombs. These tombs were dug deep into the rocks to be protected from theft. The most important tombs there, are the tomb of Ramses III, the Tomb of Tutankhamun and many more.
Then move to the visit the unique:
The temple of Hatshepsut is built in the 18th Egyptian Dynasty, and the best remaining of the temples built about 3500 years ago in a place called "Der Albahari in Egypt". It was built by Queen Hatshepsut on the west bank of the Nile opposite Thebes, the capital of ancient Egypt and the seat of Amun worship.
Continue your 4 days Nile cruise in Luxor west bank by visiting the:
Colossi of Memnon
Each one of the Colossi of Memnon made of one piece of red sandstone and the height of the statue is 15 meters without the base, Memnon was set up by architect Amenhotep Ben Habo, the statues decorated the facade of the funerary temple, which was completely destroyed and now the two statues are standing beside the road leading to the royal temples and tombs of kings located in the cemetery.
Temple of Karnak
Karnak temple is the greatest house of worship in history, Its construction took about 1500 years. Karnak means fortified place, the entrance of the temple is a road full of statues of animals and that was a symbol of the strength as the Pharaohs thought. The temple of Karnak consists of a number of temples. All built on an area of 63 acres.
After that move to your cruise and overnight on board the cruise.
Note: The dinner and lunch will be on your cruise.