While being in Cairo, you can experience our splendid 4 days Luxor & Aswan Nile cruise from Cairo to witness the beauty of the two ancient cities “Luxor & Aswan”, where you’ll be on the board of a floating hotel, visiting with your specialist tour guide the most gorgeous attractions there. You’ll get the chance to visit Colossi of Memnon, Hatshepsut Temple, Valley of the Kings, Philae Temple, Kom Ombo & Edfu Temples, and much more. Travel to enjoy and have fun through our tempting
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Tour Location: Luxor - Aswan.
Pick up – Drop off point: Your Hotel in Cairo.
Duration: Four Days - Three Night.
Tour Availability: Saturday / Monday / Thursday.
4 Days Nile Cruise from Cairo Highlights:
Day 1: Visit Philae Temple - Aswan High Dam - Unfinished Obelisk - Check-in 5* Cruise.
Day 2: Tour to Kom Ombo Temple.
Day 3: Tour to Edfu Temple.
Day 4: Visit Karnak Temple - Hatshepsut Temple - Valley of The Kings - Colossi of Memnon.
Day 1: Fly from Cairo to Aswan - Check in The Nile Cruise
Our representative will meet you at your hotel in Cairo and he will take you in a special A.C vehicle to catch your flight to Aswan to enjoy a majestic 4 days Luxor & Aswan Nile cruise from Cairo.
After reaching the airport, your professional tour guide will accompany in a private A.C vehicle to start your majestic trip visiting:
The High Dam of Aswan
Aswan High Dam attracts tourists because of its very interesting history and its wonderful impact over Egyptian Life in general. It has been built during the reign of president Gamal Abd El-Nasser and the UNESCO helped a lot in the construction of such a magnificent dam.
Then, you’ll head to visit the great:
Unfinished Obelisk of Aswan
The unfinished obelisk was considered to be in front of the temple of Queen Hatshepsut but because of some natural disasters, it faced some cracks which made queen Hatshepsut order her people to move it to Aswan.
After that, you will visit the spectacular temple exist in Aswan:
Temple of Philae
Philae temple narrated the whole story about goddess Isis, who was the goddess of love and beauty. It wasn’t more than 380 meters long and 120 meters on board. It was one of the burying-places of Osiris.
Now, it is time for check-in your Nile cruise for overnight.
Note: The lunch & dinner will be on your cruise.
Day 2: Sail & Visit Kom Ombo Temple
In the second day of your 4 days Nile cruise from Cairo, you will have your delicious breakfast onboard your cruise, enjoying the mesmerizing view from your Nile Cruise, then you’ll sail until reach to Kom Ombo city to visit:
The Temple of Kom Ombo
Kom Ombo temple was constructed during the Ptolemaic dynasty and it is a unique temple because of its double design.
After that, back to your cruise to enjoy a very tasty lunch through an open buffet on your cruise and relax watching the incredible view from the board of the Nile Cruise and overnight.
Note: The dinner will be on your cruise.
Day 3: Sail & Visit Edfu Temple
You’ll have your breakfast on your cruise and enjoy the most with the traditional Egyptian food that will be an unforgettable experience. Then, continue your 4 days Nile cruise from Cairo by visiting:
Temple of Edfu
Edfu temple was dedicated to god Horus and it's actually considered one of the best-preserved shrines in Egypt. It was established during the Ptolemaic Kingdom between 237 and 57 BC. Edfu temple was the center of the cult of a triad of gods, then back to your cruise for the overnight.
Note: The lunch & dinner will be on your cruise.
Day 4: Sail to Luxor landmarks - Fly Back to Cairo
Check out your Nile cruise after having your breakfast and have a wonderful tour through an A.C vehicle with a professional tour guide to visit:
Then, you’ll head to the most beautiful pharaonic temple that belongs to Queen Hatshepsut:
Temple of Hatshepsut
See the attractive decorations inside Hatshepsut temple and understands everything about the history of this amazing Queen.
After that, you’ll visit the great statues of Luxor:
Colossi of Memnon
Colossi of Memnon belong to Pharaoh Amenhotep III, which were built to defend the temple of this pharaoh’s temple. You’ll have your delicious lunch in an amazing restaurant with a Nile view.
Finally, you’ll head to visit the last attraction of your 4 days Luxor & Aswan Nile cruise from Cairo:
Karnak temple combines inside creative achievements of great pharaohs. It is considered the largest temple ever so definitely enjoy visiting this remarkable attraction.
Now your tour guide will accompany you to Luxor airport to catch your flight back to Cairo airport where you’ll find our representative waiting for you to get you back to your hotel with a private air-conditioned vehicle.
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Pick up services & Drop off point from your hotel
A professional tour guide during the whole of your trip.
Entrance fees to all of the mentioned places in the itinerary.
Private A.C vehicle during the whole of your tours.
3 Nights accommodation on board 5* Deluxe Nile Cruise.
Flight Tickets from Cairo to Aswan and from Luxor to Cairo.
All service Charges and Taxes.
Any extras that have not been mentioned in the itinerary.
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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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