4 Days Dahabiya Nile Cruise Aswan to Luxor
- Duration: 4 Day / 3 Nights
- Cruise Location: Aswan / Kom Ombo / Edfu / Luxor
- Cruise Schedule: Available Everyday
- Pickup & Drop Off: Your Hotel
- Cruise Type: Private
Dahabiya Nile River Cruise for 3 Nights/4 Days, Aswan to Luxor
Discover the great civilization of the ancient Egyptian pharaohs in the most famous archaeological temples like Karnak temple, Hatshepsut temple, Valley of the Kings, Kom Ombo, and Edfu temples during a wonderful journey through the Nile valley for a private 3 nights/4 days Dahabiya Nile River cruise Aswan to Luxor with a private Egyptologist tour guide. Do it now!
- The High Dam
- The Unfinished Obelisk
- Philae Temple
- Kom Ombo Temple
- Edfu Temple
- Valley of the Kings
- Queen Hatshepsut Temple
- Colossi of Memnon
- Karnak Temples
- The assistance of our personnel during your trip.
- All transfers by modern air-conditioned deluxe vehicle.
- Accommodation for 3 nights on board 5-star Dahabiya on a full board basis.
- All excursions as mentioned in the itinerary.
- Entrance fees to all sights between Aswan and Luxor.
- Egyptologist guide during your journey.
- All service charges and taxes.
- Personal Expenses.
- Any extras not mentioned in the program.
Visit Aswan Attractions on Day One and sail to Kom Ombo
Early in the morning, we will pick you up in a private air-conditioned vehicle from the Aswan Airport, your hotel, or anywhere else you want in Aswan to begin your three-night Dahabiya Nile cruise by touring Aswan Highlights, which include:
High Dam at Aswan
Aswan is a city that was constructed over the Nile. Egypt’s economy and culture have greatly benefited from the construction of the Aswan High Dam, which took place between 1960 and 1970.
The Unfinished Obelisk
the antique obelisk is the biggest known example. Hatshepsut (1508–1458 BC) may have commissioned it to accompany the Lateran Obelisk, which was initially at Karnak and was subsequently transported to the Lateran Palace in Rome.
The Philae Temple
Isis, the goddess of love and beauty, is honored at the Philae temple. To conserve this and other buildings before the Aswan High Dam was finished in 1970, the temple complex was disassembled and moved to the adjacent island of Agilkia as part of the UNESCO Nubia Campaign project.
After having your lunch on board, go aboard your Dahabiya Nile Cruise Boat. Sailing to Kom Ombo will be wonderful. Enjoy supper when you get to Kom Ombo before going to bed.
Explore Kom Ombo Temple on Day Two, then take a boat to Esna.
Visit these places with your tour guide:
Temple of Kom Ombo
The Nile is seen from the Kom Ombo Temple. This temple was separated into two separate temples, each having its entrance, hypostyle Hall, and sanctuary.
then go on sailing to Edfu and spend the night.
Visit Edfu Temple and sail to Luxor on the third day.
On the cruise, have a delectable breakfast each morning. Join your tour guide then to see:
Temple in Edfu
In honor of Horus, the god. A play depicting the victory of Horus over the wicked deity Seth is painted on the walls of the Edfu Temple, which is thought to be the most intact Greco-Roman structure in all of Egypt.
Continue on your Dahabiya Nile Cruise from Aswan to Luxor and sleep at Esna. Lunch and supper will be served while on the trip.
Day Four: Experience Luxor Attractions and Wrap Up Your Dahabiya
Upon leaving your Dahabiya Nile cruise vessel at Esna after breakfast, you will be guided to Luxor to see the top tourist sites, including:
The Kings’ Valley
The Valley of the Kings contains the tombs of Egypt’s kings from the 18th to the 20th dynasties, including those of the great pharaoh Ramses II and the young pharaoh Tutankhamun.
Temple of Hatshepsut
Hatshepsut, the queen who aspired to reign as king, was a beloved leader of her people but was surrounded by controversies at all times. Visit the magnificent Hatshepsut temple on the west bank of Luxor, one of its types that has been maintained the finest.
The Memnon Colossi
The sole remnants of a full funerary temple are two enormous stone sculptures of King Amenhotep III. Blocks of quartzite sandstone from Cairo have transported 700 km to Luxor to create the Colossi of Memnon.
Enjoy your lunch at a Luxor restaurant with a view of the Nile before continuing your trip by going to:
Temple of Karnak
The most spectacular site in Egypt is Karnak. It is the biggest temple complex ever constructed by humans and reflects the culmination of many generations of pharaohs and builders in antiquity. The Temple of Karnak, which is spread over 247 acres of land, is composed of three major temples, many smaller enclosed temples, and several peripheral temples.
After your Dahabiya Nile cruise from Aswan to Luxor is over, you’ll be taken to the airport or train station in Luxor.