5 Days Dahabiya Nile Cruise Luxor to Aswan
- Duration: 5 Day / 4 Nights
- Cruise Location: Aswan / Kom Ombo / Edfu / Luxor
- Cruise Schedule: Available Everyday
- Pickup & Drop Off: Your Hotel
- Cruise Type: Private
Wonderful Journey by Dahabiya Nile River Cruise Luxor to Aswan
A fantastic 5-day, 4-night vacation into the heart of Egypt Nile River cruise from Dahab Joining a private Egyptologist tour guide from Luxor to Aswan will allow you to visit the most well-known archaeological sites in upper Egypt, learn about the ancient Egyptian civilization’s great civilization, which dates back to 2500 BC and take in the magnificence of ancient Egyptian structures and other breathtaking sights on a completely private Nile cruise. Do it now!
- Valley of the Kings
- Queen Hatshepsut Temple
- Colossi of Memnon
- Karnak Temples
- Edfu Temple
- Kom Ombo Temple
- The High Dam
- The Unfinished Obelisk
- The assistance of our personnel during your Dahabiya Nile cruises.
- All transfers by modern air-conditioned deluxe vehicle.
- Accommodation for 4 nights onboard 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.
Day 1: Board the ship and see the attractions in Luxor
We will pick you up from your hotel or the airport in Luxor in the morning to begin your five-day Dahabiya Nile cruise from Luxor to Aswan with your tour guide, where you will see the following sights of Luxor:
The Kings’ Valley
The Valley of the Kings, the ultimate resting place of Egypt’s kings from the 18th to the 20th dynasty, is where the tombs of renowned pharaohs Ramses II and Tutankhamun are located.
Temple of Hatshepsut
Hatshepsut, the queen who aspired to be king, was a leader adored by her subjects but always surrounded by controversies. One of the greatest intact examples of its sort is her magnificent temple on Luxor’s West Bank.
Only two enormous stone sculptures of King Amenhotep III survive from a funerary temple that was once completely constructed. The sculptures are constructed from quartzite sandstone stones that were originally found in Cairo and transported 700 km to Luxor.
Enjoy your lunch on the Dahabiya after that, and then follow your guide as you visit:
Temple of Karnak
The Karnak temple is the most spectacular landmark in Egypt. It is the biggest temple complex ever constructed by humans and marks the culmination of the labors of numerous pharaohs and generations of ancient builders. On a 247-acre plot of ground, the Temple of Karnak consists of three major temples, many smaller walled temples, and several peripheral temples.
You will then be driven from Luxor to Esna to board your Nile boat, where you may have supper while traveling. Spend the night in Esna aboard your Nile boat.
Visit Edfu Temple and sail to Kom Ombo on Day Two.
sailing to Edfu, arriving at lunchtime, and visiting:
Temple of Edfu
Honoring the god Horus. The Edfu Temple is the most well-preserved Greco-Roman structure in all of Egypt, and a “Play” depicting Horus’ victory over the malevolent deity Seth is painted on its walls.
Continue your ideal Dahabiya Nile cruise from Luxor to Aswan by sailing to see the following places:
Gebel El Silsila
On both the west and east banks of the Nile, the location offered several stone quarries. Many shrines were built at the location by authorities who would have been in charge of the stone quarrying. This is where the sandstone for almost all of Ancient Egypt’s famous temples came from. Dinner and lunch will be served on the trip.
Day 3: Visit Kom Ombo Temple and take a ship to Aswan
Sailing to Kom Ombo, joining your tour guide, and visiting:
Temple of Kom Ombo
The Nile is seen from the Kom Ombo Temple. With two entrances, two hypostyle halls, and two sanctuaries, this temple was partitioned into two separate temples.
Take pleasure in sailing to Aswan at the day’s conclusion. Meals for lunch and supper will be provided aboard the Dahabiya boat.
Day Four: Examine the Attractions in Aswan
Join your Egyptologist guide in the morning to continue your Dahabiya Nile cruise from Luxor to Aswan by seeing the city’s most well-known sights.
At Aswan, a bridge across the Nile was constructed. The Aswan High Dam, which was built between 1960 and 1970, significantly impacted Egypt’s economy and culture.
The Unfinished Obelisk
The biggest ancient obelisk that is known. Hatshepsut (1508–1458 BC) placed an order for it, probably to accompany the Lateran Obelisk (which was originally at Karnak and was later brought to the Lateran Palace in Rome).
Temple of Philae
Temple at Philae to the goddess Isis of Love and Beauty. As part of the UNESCO Nubia Campaign initiative, the temple complex was disassembled and moved to the adjacent island of Agilkia Island to safeguard it and other sites before the Aswan High Dam was finished in 1970.
You will return to the Nile cruise for the night after the day. Dinner and lunch will be served aboard the boat.
Day 5: Depart from Luxor to Aswan on your Dahabiya Nile Cruise
Disembarkation After you’ve had breakfast, we’ll take you to the Aswan airport or train station for your last departure, bringing your wonderful stay in upper Egypt to a close.