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8 Days Nile Cruise Itinerary from Aswan

Wonderful 7 Night Nile Cruise Itinerary Aswan to Luxor

Board one of our magical Nile cruises and sail through the wondrous lands of Egypt with our 7 Night Nile Cruise Itinerary Aswan to Luxor. Cast your eyes on the majestic sights of the beautiful Luxor & Aswan and enjoy unforgettable tours to the best attractions such as Philae temple, the breathtaking Valley of the Kings, the marvelous Abu Simbel temple, and many other amazing attractions.

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Tour Details

Availability Everyday
Pickup & Drop Off From Anywhere in Egypt
Tour Duration 8 Days / 7 Nights
Tour Type Historical Tour

Inclusions & Exclusions

  • Assistance Of Our Personnel During Your Stay And Excursions.
  • All Transfers By Modern Air-Conditioned Deluxe Vehicle.
  • Accommodation For 7 Nights On Board 5 Star Cruise On Full Board Basis.
  • All Nile Cruise Excursions As Mentioned In The Itinerary.
  • Entrance Fees To All Sights Between Luxor And Aswan.
  • Egyptologist Guide During Your Excursions.
  • All Service Charges And Taxes.
  • International Airfare.
  • Egypt Entry Visa.
  • Any Extras Not Mentioned In The Itinerary.
  • Tipping.

Tour Itinerary

Day 1

Visit Aswan Attractions - Check in 5* Nile Cruise

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Enjoy experience the Nile River "The Heart of Egypt" for 7 night Nile cruise itinerary, in the morning time, meet our Egyptologist tour guide to visit:

Temple of Philae

Philae Temple is located on Philae Island in the south of the Arab Republic of Egypt, specifically in the middle of the Nile River. The temple of Philae was dedicated to the deity Isis, who was the goddess of the Motherhood, fertility and was worshiped by ancient Egyptians, Romans, and Ptolemies.

After finishing your tour in Philae, continue with a visit to:

The Unfinished Obelisk of Hatshepsut

The Unfinished Obelisk, which is a great obelisk made of pink granite, that was ordered by Hatshepsut. It's about 42 meters long and 25 meters wide.

Continue your 7 nights Nile cruise itinerary by visiting:

Aswan High Dam

Aswan High Dam which was built between 1960 and 1970. It costs about 1 billion dollars, Also it had a great effect on the economy of Egypt.

At the end of your first day, move with your tour guide to check in 5* deluxe Nile cruise and overnight on board.

Note: The dinner and lunch will be on board the cruise.

Day 2

Sailing to Kom Ombo Temple

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Enjoy your breakfast on board the cruise, then enjoy a sailing day to Kom Ombo temple.

Note: The breakfast, dinner, and lunch will be on board the cruise.

Day 3

Tour to Kom Ombo Temple

Aswan Tour – Trips in Egypt

After having your breakfast on board your cruise, enjoy a visit to:

Temple of Kom Ombo

Kom Ombo Temple, you will see that the Nubian and the Pharaonic civilization is intertwined with the Greek and the Roman civilization, the temple was built in the Greek era and continued until the Roman era to worship the deity Subic, and the deity Horus together.

After visiting Kom Ombo, get backstay on board and overnight.

Note: The dinner and lunch will be on board the cruise.

Day 4

Tour to Luxor West Bank Landmarks

Luxor Tour – Trips in Egypt

After your breakfast on board, join your private tour guide to continue your 7 night Nile cruise itinerary by visiting the west bank of Luxor starting by the:

Valley of The Kings

The construction of Valley of the Kings starts at the reign of Senusert I during the Middle Ages and was completed in the Ptolemaic period. It became a place of worship by the Eighteenth Dynasty and consists of chapels, towers, and other service buildings.

After that, escort your guide to visit the amazing:

Hatshepsut Temple

Temple of Hatshepsut is one of the most beautiful temples built in ancient Egypt.& It is an ancient example of pure visual architecture the temple is able to reach the highest level of perfection and is one of Egypt's incomparable monuments. After that, move to visit:

Colossi of Memnon

Colossi of Memnon were used to protect the temple of Amenhotep III, In the 14th century, a temple was built in the Western Taybeh area in Egypt, to commemorate King Amenhotep III, who is one of the Eighteenth Dynasty kings which is one of the most powerful families ruled Egypt in ancient history. The height of each statue is about twenty meters.

After that enjoy an overnight on board, rest and get ready for your next day.

Note: The dinner and lunch will be on board the cruise.

Day 5

Tour to Luxor East Bank Attractions

Luxor Tour – Trips in Egypt

It's time to visit Luxor East bank highlights. So in the morning, your tour guide will escort you after breakfast on the cruise to continue your 7 Night Nile cruise itinerary by a visit to:

Temple of Karnak

Karnak Temple is located in the west of Thebes about 3 km north of Luxor, It's a collection of beautiful temples, established thousands of years ago, and the temples include statues representing the deity Amon and his wife and son.

After that, enjoy an amazing tour to visit the splendid:

Temple of Luxor

Luxor temple is the first pillar of the temple seemed to have been placed in the Middle era, while it was constructed by King Amenhotep III of Dynasty 18 and some parts were added to the temple in later eras such as the edifice and the courtyard built by King Ramses II.

After that get back to your cruise for an overnight, and spend the rest of the day on your way.

Note: The dinner and lunch will be on board the cruise.

Day 6

Tour to Edfu Temple

Aswan Tour – Trips in Egypt

Morning time, enjoy breakfast and move to visit:

Temple of Edfu

Edfu temple was built by the Ptolemaic. You should enjoy every moment of your stay at Edfu Temple, that contains many ancient Egyptian secrets.
Afterward, enjoy an overnight onboard.

Note: The dinner and lunch will be on board the cruise.

Day 7

Tour to Two Temples of Abu Simbel

Aswan Tour – Trips in Egypt

In the morning, get your breakfast box from your cruise. Then we will pick you up from the cruise to continue your 7 night Nile cruise itinerary by paying a visit to:

Temple of Abu Simbel

Abu Simbel Temple which is a site containing two large temples carved in rock, located in the mountain belly in the south of the city of Aswan, which was built by King Ramses II in 1250 BC.

This temple is characterized by the facade of four large statues of the king, and there are also six statues inside the temple, four of them are attributed to King Ramses and the other two statues of his wife Queen Nefertari. then, overnight on board.

Note: The dinner and lunch will be on board the cruise.

Day 8

Check Out to End Your 7 Night Nile Cruise Itinerary

Nile Cruise – Trips in Egypt

Morning time have your breakfast, then check out from the cruise to transfer you to anywhere you want in Aswan to end your magical 7 night Nile cruise itinerary.

This itinerary is flexible to change so you can customize it as you wish with our tour operators.

Note: If you didn't find what you are looking for, then check our Nile cruises and Egypt tour packages to choose your dream vacation.

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