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Cairo & Aswan & Luxor Nile Cruise 7 days 6 nights

Cairo

Duration

7 days / 6 nights

Tour Type

private

Group Size

1-15

Run

everyday

Spend a different Easter Holiday in Egypt with Explore Egypt Tours in a unique tour to Cairo then enjoy sailing in the Nile River with  Movenpick MS Royal Lily Nile Cruise. The Nile is among the most renowned and exquisite rivers on the planet. Discover an exciting method to travel whilst unwinding. This flagship cruise ship has four exquisite Royal Suites and 56 rooms, each measuring around 22 square meters. These include roomy amenities including a Jacuzzi, so you may travel in elegance. Tour to Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan in a 7-day tour.

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Tour Highlights

  • Immerse yourself in Egypt's mystique with our 7-day Nile cruise. Journey from Cairo's iconic Pyramids to Aswan's splendid temples, ending at Luxor's awe-inspiring Valley of the Kings. History, beauty, and adventure combine for an unforgettable voyage through the heart of Egypt
  • Cairo.
  • Giza Pyramids, The Egyptian Museum
  • Aswan
  • The High Dam, the Unfinished Obelisk, Philae Temple
  • Kom Ombo Temple
  • Edfu Temple
  • Luxor, Karnak Complex
  • The Valley of the Kings, Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, colossi of Memnon, Luxor Temple

Tour Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival (Welcome to Egypt)
Welcome to Cairo, Egypt (Around the Clock).
Our Rep. will meet and assist you at Cairo International Airport with the sign of Explore Egypt Tours.
Then, he will transfer you to your hotel in Cairo by a private air-conditioned car.
Overnight in Cairo.
Day 02: Giza Pyramids & The Egyptian Museum
You will be met by our private Egyptologist English-speaking guide at your hotel to accompany you by air-conditioned car to visit The Pyramids of Giza which are the eternal resting places of the pharaohs of the 4th dynasty (2550 B.C.). You will see the three famous pyramids of the Giza Plateau (Cheops, Chefren, and Mecyrinos), the smaller pyramids of Queens and Princesses, and the Great Sphinx.
Thenead to the Egyptian Mu,seum which exhibits thousands of objeing from the prehistoric era to the Greco–Roman period. It has been calculated tspendingpend one minute at each exh, it will take nine months to see the whole collection!
Overnight at Cairo
Day 03: Embarkation
After finishing the Breakfast ,will pick you up from your Cairo hotel to Cairo airport , to flight from Cairo to Aswan. You will check-in 5 Stars luxury Nile Cruise and then you will be met by private Egyptologist English speaking guide to visit The High Dam
The High Dam
Egypt is famous for one of the greatest engineering works it is the Aswan Dam, it is a very important architectural and historical achievement for the history of the country, it is the more modern and largest of the two dams that were built on the Nile, at the height of the first there are small sequences of waterfalls. The Dam takes its name from the nearby city of Aswan, which is about 17 km away.

Unfinished obelisk
Aswan was the place where many of the monuments that have come down to us today from ancient Egypt were created. It is considered A piece of stone 41 meters long and four meters wide that was probably abandoned due to a crack in the rock (doh!) and now lies abandoned in the same quarry where it was left thousands of years ago.

Then visit Philae Temple
Philae Temple This temple dedicated to the goddess Isis, which was flooded by the waters of the Nile, is considered the temple of love and was divided and reassembled in a new location on the island of Egilika, about 500 meters from its original location on the island of Philae. Its buildings include the Temple of Hathor, and the visitor can watch the sound and light show at night, which is presented in several languages.
Afternoon Tea & Dinner & Nubian Folkloric Show
overnight on the board of Nile Cruise in Aswan.
Meals: Breakfast,Dinner,Lunch
Day 04: Kom Ombo Temple & Edfu Temple
After finishing the Breakfast ,your guide will pick you up from Nile Cruise to visit
The Temple of Kom Ombo

Kom Ombo Temple is located in Kom Ombo, Aswan Governorate in southern Egypt. The temple was founded during the reign of Ptolemy VI to worship the gods Sobek and Horus. The walls of this temple were decorated with intimate Egyptian decoration, characterized by the accuracy of its workmanship, the good harmony and the beauty of the balance between the characters of its scenes and the surrounding hieroglyphic inscriptions which complement these scenes.

Temple of Edfu
The Temple of Horus in Edfu, an ancient place dedicated to the cult of the son of Osiris and Isis, the falcon god, is one of the best preserved temples in all of Egypt.
The Temple of Horus, also known as Edfu, is located in the center of the city of the same name. Located 100 km from Luxor and 130 km from Aswan, it is an obligatory point of passage due to its extraordinary historical and architectural importance during a cruise on the Nile.
overnight on the board of Nile Cruise in Esna.
Meals: Breakfast,Dinner,Lunch
Day 05: Luxor Temple| Karnak Temple
During you are having your breakfast, the cruise will be sailed to the Est bank of Luxor to see
Luxor Temple
Luxor Temple is a sign of ancient Egyptian civilization, and is a monument of great beauty in the heart of the modern city of Luxor. Although dozens of centuries have passed since its construction, it remains a witness to the greatness of a civilization that did not disappear, and today it is classified as one of the best preserved Egyptian temples and the most beautiful building, and in it the Egyptian temple plan is evident and clearer. One of the inner chambers contains a group of scenes known as Divine Birth Scenes, as it tells the story of King Amenhotep III's lineage with the idol Amun-Ra himself.

Karnak Temple
The complex of religions, built by 30 pharaohs. Karnak Temple Complex, known as Karnak Temple, is a stunning temple complex of unrivaled beauty, as Karnak comprises the temples of the god Amun, his wife, the goddess 'Mut' and his son, the god 'Khonsu ", which is considered the second most visited historical site in Egypt, after the pyramids of Giza. The "Road of Rams" represents the main gate of the temple, and is composed of two rows of statues of a group of rams, where on both sides of the road are 1,200 statues in the shape of a ram-headed sphinx, that head it symbolizes the god Amon, and was placed in this way as a sort of protection for the temple. And in the center of Karnak is the "Sacred Lake", that lake which is still considered one of the secrets of the Pharaohs today, with its calm waters which do not dry up throughout the year, despite its distance from the Nile River.
overnight on the board of Nile Cruise in Luxor
Meals: Breakfast,Dinner,Lunch
Day 06 Breakfasts & Disembarkation: Visit Valley of the Kings, Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, The Colossi of Memnon
During you are having your breakfast, the cruise will be sailed to the west bank of Luxor to see
You will enjoy Hot Balloon Tour, then go to visit
The Valley of the Kings
also known as the "Valley of the Gates of the Kings" in Egypt, it was used for 500 years in the period between the 16th and 11th centuries BC. to build tombs for the pharaohs and nobles of the modern state. This site was chosen for the burial of kings, because the sun god descends (dies) in the western horizon to be reborn and rejuvenated in the eastern horizon, and the royal tombs are notable for containing drawings and inscriptions from ancient Egyptian mythology. .

The Temple of Hatshepsut

The Temple of Hatshepsut or Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut is an Eighteenth Dynasty temple of Egypt and the best remaining temples were built about 3,500 years ago in Deir el-Bahari, Egypt. The walls of the temple were covered with scenes representing temple rituals and religious festivities, the scenes more distinct than those in the central balcony, which represents Hatshepsut's mission in Puntland. You can also visit the hall sacred to the god Amon and the hall of celebrations, where the procession of the queen moved from the temple of the valley to this temple.

The Colossi of Memnon

The Colossi of Memnon are two huge statues that were built around the year 1350 BC, and are all that remains of a temple in memory of the pharaoh (Amenhotep III), located in western Thebes, Egypt. They belong to King Amenhotep III, one of the kings of the 18th dynasty, which is the strongest ruling family in the history of ancient Egypt.
Then move to Luxor Airport to catch your flight to Cairo.
Arrival and transfer to the hotel.
Overnight in Cairo
Day 07: Final Departure
You have Free time before your flight and check out then transfer to Cairo Airport for your departure flight.

Included/Excluded

  • Our Rep will meet and assist you at Cairo International Airport.
  • Entrance fees to all sites mentioned in the itinerary tour.
  • All transfers and tours with private modern air-conditioned vehicles
  • Domestic flight ticket from Cairo to Aswan / from Luxor to Cairo
  • Egyptologist licensed private tour guides and representatives speak your language.
  • Accommodation for 3 nights in hotel in Cairo (B.B)
  • Accommodation 3 nights/ 4 days in deluxe Nile Cruise Full Board.
  • Lunch will be served during all tours in good quality local restaurants.
  • Tour in the Local Egyptian industry museums and shops (Papyrus, Perfume, Cotton)
  • Guest relation assistance during your whole stay in Egypt.
  • Bottled mineral water during all your transfers and tours.
  • All service charges and processing fees.
  • All applied taxes.
  • International Air Fair
  • Entry Visa
  • Any optional tours not in the itinerary
  • Personal spending
  • Tipping

Excluded Accommodation Tour package

No of Travelers
MAY-SEPT
OCT-APRIL
Per Person in Double Room
937US$
1012US$
Per Person in Single Room
1205US$
1279US$

 

 

 

Included Accommodation Tour package

No of Travelers
MAY-SEPT
OCT-APRIL
Per Person in Double Room
1051US$
1156US$
Per Person in Single Room
1319US$
1424US$

from $937

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