5 Days 4 Nights Nile Cruise from Luxor to Aswan
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One of the best ways to see Egypt is to take a fabulous Nile Cruise. As you cruise between Luxor and Aswan you can take in the beauty of the Nile whilst relaxing onboard, enjoy daily tours to the most amazing ancient Egyptian temples and sites in Luxor and Aswan.
- Family friendly
- Travel by boat and see the sights from the water
- Hotel pick up and return
5 Days / 4 Nights
Our Reflections qualified Egyptologist Guide will meet you at your hotel, Railway Station or Airport in Luxor to accompany you to visit the magical Karnak Temples which was dedicated to the God Amun and his wife Mut. Karnak Temples was apparantley the place where the earliest International Peace Treaty was known to Historians. Interestingly the Egyptian version of this Peace Treaty was preserved on a wall in the Temple of Amun at Karnak.Then journey onto visit the majestic Luxor Temple which was built by Amunhotep III in 18th Dynasty B.C, and was completed by Ramesses II during the 19th Dynasty B.C. King Ramses II was the most famous king in the 19th Dynasty who ruled Egypt for many years. It was dedicated to the great god Amun-Ra his wife Mut and their son Khonsu together representing the Theban triad. Also enjoy visiting Obelisk of Ramses II in front of the 1st Pylon. After enjoying your visit you will then be transferred to check into your Nile Cruise. Overnight on Cruise. Meals. (Lunch, Dinner)
After enjoying your breakfast on board your Guide will be waiting to take you on a visit to the West Bank home of the famous Valley of the Kings. Journey throught the valley of the Kings and explore the tombs of King Tutankhamun, Ramssess V1, King Tutmosis and Amonhotep II, there are also many kings buried in the Valley.So let us unlock the secret story of the Royal Tombs, the world of mystery and treasure.We now continue onto the majestic Temple of Queen Hatchepsut also known as El Deir El Bahari . Queen Hatchepsuit was the first Pharonic woman to rule Egypt and also to start the first trading routes. Now onto the Colossi of Memnon facing the Nile. The Colossi are twin statues of Amenhotep III, a large earthquake reportedly shattered the northern colossus,after the rupture the lower half of the statue was reputed to Sing, always within 1 or 2 hours of Sunrise.Back to your Cruise which will sail onto Edfu. Overnight on Cruise. Meals:(Breakfast Lunch Dinner)
After enjoying your Breakfast on board your Guide will take you to visit Horus Temple. Edfu Temple is an ancient Egyptian Temple which houses important scenes and inscriptians about the Sacred Drama that related to the conflict between Horus and Seth. Sail onto Kom Ombo Temple. This Temple was shared by the two Gods Sobek and Horus. Sobek also known as the Crocodile is the God of the Nile, the Army Military and fertility. Horus is the God of Sky and Kingship When you have enjoyed and finished your visits return back to your Cruise and sail onto Aswan. Overnight on Cruise. Meals. (Breakfast,Lunch Dinner)
After breakfast on board Our Egyptologist guide will meet you to accompany you to visit the famous High Dam which controls all of Egypt water Amazingly the Dam has 3 years of Nile Water stored.Now we move onto the unique Unfinished Oblisk. The Oblisk weighs 1,168 tons had it been finished it would have weighed 1,200 tons.It is amazing that many of the casing stones for the 2 pyramids at Giza came from this Quarry in Aswan. Journey on to visit the beautiful Phelea Temple, which the ancient Egyptians built for the Goddess Isis, she represents Health, Marriage and Wisdom. Transfer back to your Cruise. Overnight on Cruise. Meals:(Breakfast Lunch Dinner)
After breakfast disembark your nile cruise . You will have the opportunity to take an optional tour to Abu Simbel or Nubian Village or spend time enjoying the sights of Aswan.
N.B. Whatever time you arrive in Luxor until 3.00pm you will not miss any of your Tours.
Meet and Assist services by our Representatives
All transfers by a private air-conditioned vehicle
Accommodation on board 5 * cruise on full board basis
All Nile Cruise excursions as mentioned in the itinerary
Private English-speaking Egyptologist guide
All service charges & taxes
Entry/Admission Karnak temples
Entry/Admission to luxor temple
Entry/Admission to valley of kings
Entry/Admission to Hatshepsuit
Entry/Admission to Kom Ombo temple
Entry/Admission to Edfu temple
Entry/Admission to high dam
Entry/Admission to unfinished obelisk
Entry/Admission to pheala temple
Any optional tours
(Age 12 and more)
(Age 2 to 11)
(Age 0 to 2)
|(01 January To 30 April)|
|(01 May To 30 September)|
|(01 October To 31 December)|
Our Prices are quoted in US $ but we also accept Euros and Sterling per person per trip , with the exception during Christmas, New Year and Easter holidays.If you go to the icon at the bottom of the page you can change the currencey just by clicking the button to whatever currency you wish to use.
0 - 01.99 Free of Charge
2- 11.99 pay 50% of tour price
12+ pay full tour price as per adult person
Please note Airline Policy is as follows…If your tour includes a Domestic Flight a child 0-2 years of age incurs a $15 fee. From 2 years of age are classed as Adult.
We require a deposit of 25% of the total price of the tour, exception being at peak times i.e. Christmas and New Year and Easter, then the deposit required will be 50% of the total price. You can pay the deposit by either Bank Transfer for which we would give you our Bank Account details, or you may pay by Weston Union , or online
If you wish to cancel your bookings the cancellation fees are as follows… At least one week in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. If you cancel between 3 and 6 days in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee. If you cancel within 2 days of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
!!!!!! Please note all flights require 100% cancellation fee.
We would advise if you are satisfied with the services you have received then it is customary to give a gratuity but you are not obliged to do so.