Relish a 4-day long cruise along the Nile River between Aswan and Luxor to explore the beauty and soak up the highlights of ancient Egypt.
Details about this tour
Visit: Temple of Philae, Island of Agilika, Aswan Egypt
Day 1: Head to Cairo railway station to board the overnight train to Aswan.
Day 2: Upon arrival at Aswan, meet your tour representative at the railway station and begin your journey. Firstly, visit Aswan High Dam then the Philae Temple. Board your Nile cruise where you will be served lunch and afternoon tea. Sail to Kom Ombo and enjoy a dinner and overnight feast onboard.
Day 3: After breakfast, visit the Temple of Kom Ombo. Board the sailboat and head to Edfu. After lunch, visit the Temple of Horus and the Cross Esna Lock. Sail to Luxor and spend the night on board with dinner included.
Day 4: Enjoy breakfast on your cruise while crossing the West Bank to tour the Valley of the Kings and dive into the Kings' Tombs, Ramssess III, Ramssess IV & Merneptah Visit the unique temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari. See the Colossi of Memnon. Relax with afternoon tea. Then have dinner and stay overnight on board.
Day 5: Breakfast will be served on board before disembarking the cruise ship. Visit the East Bank of the Nile, the Temple of Karnak, and the Temple of Luxor. At the end of your trip, you will be returned to the railway station to catch the overnight train back to Cairo.
Day 6: Arrive in Cairo and be dropped off at your accommodation.
Duration: 4 days
- Return train, bus, or flight tickets from Cairo to Giza
- Meet and assist service on arrival and departure
- Transport in an air-conditioned vehicle
- Accommodation on a 5-star cruise with full-board excluding drinks
- Egyptologist guide
- Entrance fees to all of the sites between Luxor and Aswan
- All service charges and taxes
- Entry/Admission - Temple of Philae
- Guaranteed to skip the lines <>
- entry inside Tutankhamun's Tomb at the Valley of Kings)
- Personal expenses
- Gratuities <>
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Not wheelchair accessible
Near public transportation
Most travelers can participate