3 Nights Nile River Cruise from Aswan Include Abu Simbel
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- Pick up service from Aswan and your drop off in Luxor.
- Accommodation on 5* Deluxe Nile Cruise for 3 nights.
- Entrance fees to all the indicated sites in the itinerary.
- Egyptologist tour guide during your tours.
- All trips and transfers by modern air-conditioned vehicles.
- Meals as indicated in the itinerary.
- All services, charges, and taxes.
- Any optional tours.
- Personal expenses.
- Gratuities “Tipping”.
One of our multilingual Egyptologists will pick you up from your hotel or any other location in Aswan that you choose in the morning and take you on an exploration of the best of Aswan.
Aswan High Dam
One of the few modern attractions in Aswan, the Aswan Dam was built in the 1960s with assistance from the Soviet Union to regulate floodwaters, store them, and generate energy.
Isis, the goddess of childbirth and healing who was Osiris’ wife and the ruler of the underworld, is the subject of many myths, and the Philae Temple is like an open book made of stone that includes all of them. The Ptolemaic era, which lasted from 380 BC to 360 BC, saw the construction of this temple as the final one of its kind in Egypt.
We’ll take you on a five-star, opulent Nile cruise so you may check-in, in and have lunch, overnight on the cruise.
Meals: Lunch and Dinner
Early in the morning, you will receive your breakfast boxes before being escorted by your professional tour guide in an advanced A/C car to see:
Abu Simbel Temples
Near the southernmost tip of his domain, Ramses the Great (1292-1186 BC) constructed Abu Simbel, the largest temple ever erected, in order to honor his numerous accomplishments, particularly triumphs like the Battle of Kadesh. The second temple is near the temple of his wife Nefertari.
Once more, we’ll take you on your Nile cruise. where you will be fed lunch, After spending the night on board, depart.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.
Breakfast on board then you will be taken on a guided trip by a modern A/C vehicle to:
Kom Ombo Temple
Built-in 205 BC and 180 BC, the crocodile Sobek’s two temples are known for their unusual architecture and can be seen by everyone.
After that, get back to your cruise ship and have a wonderful lunch before you arrive at Edfu. A horse-drawn carriage will meet you there and transport you to see:
The massive “Edfu Temple,” dedicated to the falcon-sky god Horus, was constructed between 237 and 27 BC during the Ptolemaic dynasty to remember the site where Horus and his uncle clashed in a tremendous battle.
Reboard your Nile boat, continue on to Luxor past Esna, and arrive in Luxor after midnight. I spent the night on the cruise ship.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.
Having breakfast on board, check out before being driven to the attraction of Luxor’s east and west banks by your Egyptologist in an air-conditioned car:
Valley of the Kings
The New Kingdom’s (1570–1070 BC) rulers and queens were interred in magnificent tombs that may have included up to 20 royal ones in the middle of a mountain. These graves were adorned with exquisite paintings and ornaments, gold jewelry, and images of famous people like Seti I, Tutankhamun, and others.
Under her rule, the Hatshepsut Temple was constructed between 1479 and 1458 BC to showcase his imposing power, illustrious heritage, and, most importantly, the beauty of the classical architecture of the time.
Colossi of Memnon
During the reign of Amenhotep III (1368-1350 BC), the only monument in Luxor that was not made locally was built in Cairo and then brought 700 kilometers to the entrance of the city.
Before going to see: We’ll grab lunch at a respectable restaurant.
The Luxor-based Karnak temple complex is among the earliest complete and well-preserved structures ever created by humans. It served as the main location for ancient Egyptians to worship their gods from 2055 BC to 100 AD. It resembles a stone archive showcasing every aspect of religious life in ancient Egypt.
Your three-night Nile cruise tour will come to an end when you are driven to your hotel in Luxor or another location of your choosing.
Meals: Breakfast and Lunch
Prices are quoted in US Dollars per person per trip except during Christmas, New Year & Easter holidays.
Please note: the price variance depends on group size.