Witness the ancient Egyptian landmarks in upper Egypt through our 4 days Nile cruise Aswan to Luxor itinerary with a private Egyptologist tour guide to living the experience you deserve in the land of pharaohs where you will visit the temple of Karnak, Queen Hatshepsut temple, Valley of the Kings, Philae, Edfu & Kom Ombo temples and more. Book your tour now!
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- Tour Location Will Be In Aswan and Luxor.
- Tour Duration for 4 Days / 3 nights.
-Tour Availability Monday / Wednesday / Friday.
- Pickup Point and Drop Point Will be at Your Hotel.
- 4 Days Nile Cruise from Aswan Highlights:
Day 1: Visit Philae Temple - Unfinished Obelisk - High Dam - Check in The Cruise.
Day 2: Edfu Temple - Kom Ombo Temple.
Day 3: Valley of The Kings - Colossi of Memnon - Hatshepsut Temple.
Day 4: Karnak Temples - Luxor Temple.
First day: Tour to Aswan Attractions
Your guide will escort you to start your fabulous 4 days Nile cruise Aswan to Luxor by paying a visit to:-
Philae Temple, which is a temple located in the city of Aswan which was built for Isis by Pharaoh Ptolemy II and was completed by the Roman kings. The temple tells the story of the goddess Isis, the wife of Osiris, where the goddess symbolizes funeral rituals and the gift of life. The word "Philae" means the end, referring to the location of the temple located in the far south of Egypt.
Afterward, you will be sailing to the Unfinished Obelisk, which was built during the reign of Hatshepsut and is considered the largest known ancient obelisk. End the first day of your 4 days Nile cruises by heading to Aswan High Dam, which is one of the dams on the Nile in the southern region of Egypt. It was built during the reign of Gamal Abdel Nasser with the help of the Soviets. This dam helped control the flow of water and mitigate the effects of the Nile flood, and generate electricity, it is about 3000 meters long, the base width is 180 meters and its peak is about 40 meters. Then, move to check in your 5* Nile cruise and overnight on board.
Second Day: Edfu and Kom Ombo Tour
Morning time have your breakfast, then sail to Kom Ombo temple, on a pleasant day journey from Aswan, you will arrive at Kom Ombo, to see one of its strangest temples dedicated to worshiping the alligator, the city is located in the province of Aswan, 40 kilometers to the north.
Afterward, Continue your 4 days Nile cruise Aswan to Luxor by sailing to Edfu, when you approach Edfu temple, you will feel the grandeur of the scenery. It is a temple with a huge facade, with clear Pharaonic paintings that were not changed by time, the construction of the temple took about 180 years. After that back to cruise to have your lunch and overnight.
Third Day: Tour to Luxor Tourist Attractions
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 to the 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 temple of Queen Hatshepsut, the temple of 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 Clossi of Memnon, each one of these statues 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.
After that move to have your lunch and overnight on board.
Fourth Day: Tour to Luxor East Bank - End Your 4 Days Nile Cruise
After breakfast, check out and then enjoy a tour to Luxor joining by a guided tour to Luxor east bank starting by a visit to Karnak Temple, which is the greatest house of worship in history, as 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.
And now move to end your 4 day Nile cruise Aswan to Luxor heading to Luxor Temple, which is a large temple of ancient Egyptian temples and is located on the eastern bank of the Nile River in the city of Luxor known today as the Old Taiba. It was founded in 1400 BC. The temple of Luxor was built for the worship of Amun Ra, his wife Mut and their son Khonsu; the temples also called the Triad (Trinity of Teba).
Finally, we will transfer you to anywhere you want in Luxor.
You should wear whatever you want. It is advised to wear something light from cotton or linen, comfortable and put on sunblock during your time in Egypt in the summer and wear comfortable footwear like a closed-toe shoe to sustain the sandy terrain.
Yes, it is available all years. as the Nile from Aswan to Luxor takes three to four days of sailing on Monday, Wednesday and Friday for the total cost of 600$ and the Nile cruise from Luxor to Aswan take four to five days in Saturday, Monday and Thursday for the coast of 650$.
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Yes, it is absolutely safe to travel to egypt, You will feel secure in Egypt as the current atmosphere of the country is very peaceful after the government took powerful measures like restructuring the entire tourist police to include all the important and tourist attractions in Egypt and construct an entire environment dedicated for ensuring the lives of all tourists.
They are very simples, If you want to apply for a Visa On Arrival that lasts for 30 days then you should be one of the eligible countries(check the link), have a valid passport with at least 6 months remaining and pay 25$ USD entry fee in cash. As for the E-Visa for 30 days, you should have a valid passport for at least 8 months, complete the online application, pay the e-visa fee then print the e-visa to later be presented to the airport border guard. You could be one of the countries eligible for a free visa for 90 days.
The temperature of Egypt ranges from 37c to 14 c, Summer in Egypt is somehow hot and winter is cool and mild but sometimes it becomes cold at night. The average of low temperatures vary from 9.5 °C in the wintertime to 23 °C in the summertime and average high temperatures vary from 17 °C in the wintertime to 32 °C in the summertime while the temperature is moderate all along the coasts.
It is known the best time to travel to Egypt is in the winter from September to April as the climate becomes a bit tropical, a warm atmosphere with a winter breeze. You will also be notified a week before your trip if the weather is unsafe or if any changes have been made.
Ramadan is a special time of year for Muslims that should be celebrated by non-Muslims and feel the essence of the Islamic culture. You can fast with the Muslim or just observe but you are always welcome to join the celebrations and festivals.