Eyaru Dahabiya Cruise: 7 Nights 8 Days from Luxor to Aswan

Eyaru Dahabiya Cruise: 7 Nights 8 Days from Luxor to Aswan

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The word “Eyaru” is an antique heliographic name that reflects the ancient Egyptians’ notion of paradise, where people live in the Eyaru fields after death. Eyaru was inspired by the concept of Eyaru during the design process. Everything on Eyaru was created with the “Eyaru” concept in mind. It was designed to show and appreciate the true Egyptian culture of the region.

Eyaru is centered on the Egyptian spirit. You’ll be completely immersed in Egyptian culture, and you’ll sense the Egyptian soul in everything you see. From the dishes to the rugs, everything on Eyaru is handcrafted. Each room has a unique design inspired by the Ancient Egyptian concept of Eyaru, so you may immerse yourself in the Egyptian ambiance in each one.

While exploring new sites in Egypt via unique itineraries, you will be treated to the most wonderful hospitality. Between Luxor and Aswan, you’ll see numerous magnificent locations along the Nile River, including El Hagz Island, Bassaw Village, and Gebel El-Silsila, which are only accessible by Dahabiyas and not offered on big cruises. You will not only be able to explore the beautiful attractions between Luxor and Aswan, but you will also be able to experience real local life and tour each city’s bazaar. You will stay at a local’s home in Bassaw Village and engage with him and his family. You will spend a day in the life of an Egyptian, learning about their culture and how they live.

Your meals on Eyaru will also have an Egyptian flavor to them. All of your meals will be authentic Egyptian cuisine throughout your stay. On your way to the local stores, you may pick up fresh items for your dinner that night or fish to cook on the sundeck! You will be able to thoroughly immerse yourself in the Egyptian way of life. You may also participate in live cooking sessions for your supper and discover local delicacies to try when you go home.

Eyaru may be enjoyed all year because of its most noticeable feature, its pergola. The pergola screens off a portion of the sundeck. So there’s no need to remain inside throughout the winter and miss out on the Nile’s stunning splendor. As a result, Eyaru is one of the few Dahabiyas that ply the Luxor-Aswan route.

Eyaru has no motors and is towed by a tugboat from afar in case of calm wind, so you won’t hear or feel anything throughout your journey. For the first time on the Nile, the Eyaru crew sleeps on board the tugboat at night, giving you full solitude.

Itinerary:

On Saturdays from Luxor or from Aswan

Day 1: Saturday:
You will be met and assisted at Luxor Airport before being driven to your Dahabiya and departing for the Luxor West Bank at Noon. Lunch will be served on the ship.
On the East Bank of the Nile, see the Luxor Temple and the Karnak Temple. Take pleasure in a wonderful supper.
We spend the night on board at Luxor, West Bank.
Lunch and supper are included in the price.
Day 2: Sunday:
After breakfast, go to Luxor’s West Bank. The Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut’s Temple, and Memnon’s Colossi are all worthwhile visits.
Have lunch while sailing.
Dinner will be provided on the ship.
Spend the night before Esna Lock.
Breakfast, lunch, and supper are all included in the package.
Day 3: Monday:
Early in the morning, cross the Esna lock and eat breakfast onboard.
Go to Esna Temple – Go Nile Sailing
Have lunch while sailing and enjoy some tea time at twilight – Have supper aboard
At Hejaz Village, spend the night aboard.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included.
Day 4: Tuesday:
After a wonderful breakfast, set sail towards Edfu.
When you get to Bassawa Island, see Edfu Temple, have lunch while sailing, then meet one of the local families and visit their farm.
Onboard, enjoy dinner.
Spend the night onboard at Bassawa Island.
Breakfast, lunch, and supper are all included in the package.
Day 5: Wednesday:
While sailing to Gebel El-Silsila, have breakfast on board.
Pay a visit to Gebel El-Silsila.
Lunch during a sailing trip
In the afternoon, go to the Kom Ombo Temple.
Set sail towards Aswan.
Enjoy a unique supper.
Near Fares Village, spend the night on board.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included.
Day 6: Thursday:
Enjoy High Dam, Unfinished Obelisk, and Philae Temple tours after breakfast.
In Aswan, spend the night on board.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included.
Day 7: Friday:
Optional excursion to the Abu Simbel Temples or a free day in Aswan.
In Aswan, spend the night on board.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are the three meals included.
Day 8: Saturday:
Breakfast will be served on board before disembarking and being transported to Aswan Airport.
Breakfast is included.

Eyaru Cruise features:

During building, Eyaru’s designer ensured that each cabin is unique, with a unique look, such as the colors of the cabins, yet all are connected to the meaning of the word Eyaru. Papyrus plants, lotus flowers, palms, and banana trees appear in the inscriptions behind the bed, bedspread coverings, and pillows, representing ancient Egyptian culture and the landscape of southern Egypt. Eyaru is created entirely by hand and contains no plastic.

  • The length of the cruise is 50 meters.
  • The width of the cruise is 7.5 meters.
  • 18 M2 (6 Twin Cabins)
  • 2 (25 M2) Family Suites
  • The kitchen is 20 meters long, built of stainless steel, and fully functional for daily meals, including the bakery.
  • Room for Employees (including a living room)
  • 10 M2 motor room with two generators, two water pumps, a multistage filter, a light bulb, water chlorination, and a chiller
  • The most distinctive feature of Eyaru is the sundeck.

Area of the Sun Deck:

  • The deck’s surface area is 210 meters.
  • On bright and winter days, it might be completely uncovered or partially exposed from the top.
  • There are four large heaters on the sundeck, and they use the heat that is radiated from the ceramic layer beneath the deck to power them.
  • There are more sofas, chaise lounges, and futurs here than there are people who can stay on Eyaru.

Areas for Bars and Restaurants:

  • It’s open seven days a week and used to serve breakfast, lunch, and supper.
  • It might be partially or completely exposed from the top.
  • Guests have the option of participating in live culinary demonstrations while vacationing.
  • Cooking using real-time recipes is a lot of fun.
  • We provide authentic Egyptian food so that you can have a taste of the real thing.
  • The ingredients in all of the meals and beverages are of the highest quality.
  • Every day, you’ll get a sneak peek at the menu from our in-house chef.
Additionally, there are certain features like
  • a store selling Egyptian-made products (specially made silver jewelry, Abanos box with camel bones, Fayoum porcelain, handmade dishes, and cups made of coasters & plasmate).
  • All of the furniture was built by hand using traditional Egyptian techniques and materials.
Cabin has:
  • Minibar
  • Safe box
  • Air-conditioner
  • Heater
  • Porter
  • All windows are made of double glasses to isolate heat
Prices:

Summer: US$ 2650 Per Person in Double Cabin – US$ 3650 Per Person in Double Suite

Winter: US$ 2850 Per Person in Double Cabin – US$ 3850 Per Person in Double Suite

Eyaru Dahabiya Cruise: 7 Nights 8 Days from Luxor to Aswan
Eyaru Dahabiya Cruise: 7 Nights 8 Days from Luxor to Aswan
$2650 $2999
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