Welcome to an extraordinary journey along the timeless Nile River! Enjoy a magnificent 4-day adventure aboard a deluxe Nile cruise, from the enchanting city of Aswan to the beautiful city of Luxor. Immerse yourself in the splendor of Egypt's ancient treasures during Christmas as you sail on the utmost deluxe Nile cruise, accompanied by professional tour guides who will unravel the secrets of each magnificent site. Throughout your 4 days Nile cruise from Aswan, seamless transportation arrangements will ensure a hassle-free experience, allowing you to focus on the breathtaking landscapes and iconic landmarks that await you along this historic waterway. Prepare to be captivated with Trips In Egypt by the unparalleled beauty of Egypt's past while enjoying the utmost comfort and convenience of our Nile cruise.Read More
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|Availability||Fridays / Wednesdays|
|Pickup & Drop Off||Aswan / Luxor|
|Tour Duration||4 Days / 3 Nights|
|Tour Type||Christmas Holiday|
Aswan awaits to mesmerize you with its awe-inspiring sights
Experience an unforgettable 4-day Nile cruise from Aswan to Luxor, and begin your remarkable journey by exploring the most famous attractions of Aswan by visiting:
The Temple of Philae is a magnificent architectural masterpiece nestled on an idyllic island in the Nile River in Aswan. With its intricate carvings, grand colonnades, and serene surroundings, it captivates visitors with its timeless beauty and profound spiritual significance.
The Unfinished Obelisk is an ancient Egyptian monument located in Aswan. The Obelisk was built during the reign of Hatshepsut around 1450 BC, but it remains unfinished and offers a captivating glimpse into the fascinating world of ancient stone carving techniques and the monumental ambition of the pharaohs.
Aswan High Dam was completed in 1971 and is an impressive engineering marvel situated on the Nile River. The Dam is famous for its vital contributions to flood control, hydroelectric power generation, and irrigation. The dam stands as a symbol of human ingenuity and plays a pivotal role in Egypt's modernization and development.
Then, you will be transferred to our Nile cruise to check in, have lunch & dinner, and overnight on board.
Enter Kom Ombo’s Timeless Charm
Enjoy your breakfast on board, then join your Christmas tour by visiting:
Kom Ombo Temple was built around 180 BC during the Ptolemaic period in ancient Egypt. Its unique architectural design and dedication to both Horus and Sobek, the crocodile god, make it a captivating archaeological site that offers invaluable insights into ancient religious practices and cultural beliefs.
Then, you will get back to our Nile Cruise by horse carriage to have lunch on board, dinner, and overnight.
Step Back in Time
Enjoy your breakfast on board, then join your tour guide to visit:
Edfu Temple is a stunning ancient marvel that was built during the Ptolemaic period around 237 BC to 57 BC. This well-preserved temple dedicated to the falcon-headed god Horus showcases exquisite artwork, hieroglyphics, and reliefs.
Get back to our Nile cruise to enjoy your lunch & dinner and overnight on board.
Discover Luxo's Rich Heritage
Start your day by having your delicious breakfast on board the cruise before you check out, then get ready to uncover the captivating tourist attractions of Luxor with your private tour guide such as:
The Valley of the Kings was an iconic burial site in ancient Egypt during the New Kingdom of Ancient Egypt. The Valley holds immense historical significance as the final resting place of numerous pharaohs, including Tutankhamun and Ramses II, showcasing the architectural grandeur and religious beliefs of the time.
Hatshepsut Temple was built around 1479 BC by Queen Hatshepsut. Its grandeur and intricate design pay tribute to the influential reign of Hatshepsut, showcasing her legacy as one of the most powerful female pharaohs in ancient Egyptian history.
The Colossi of Memnon built around 1350 BC by the Pharaoh Amenhotep III, are magnificent twin statues located on the western bank of the Nile in Thebes. These towering 20-meter-tall statues, depicting the pharaoh seated on his throne, exude an awe-inspiring presence that has captivated visitors for over three millennia.
Then, you will have your tasty lunch at a local restaurant in Luxor before visiting the East Bank to witness:
Karnak Temple dates back to around 2055 BC and remains a testament to the grandeur of ancient Egyptian. The Temple is known for its colossal Hypostyle Hall with towering columns. Karnak Temple stands as one of the largest and most revered temple complexes in the world, captivating visitors with its rich history and breathtaking splendor.
Then, you will be transferred to your hotel in Luxor/ Luxor station/ Luxor Airport to end your Christmas tour in Upper Egypt.
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I used this company to book my tours for my trip to Egypt. The company provided excellent communications and clear itineraries. Our first was a two day tour of Cairo, and a two day trips from Aswan... Read More
My friend & I wanted to book a day trip to Luxor at £94, but ended up booking a the overnight trip to Luxor as it was only £10 more! The trip exceeded our expections because of the fascinating temples, the overnight stay on the Nile & our fabulous & very knowledgeable tour guide (Mahmoud A-B)... Read More