4 Days
Aswan, Luxor

A cruise on the Nile is a great way to explore Egypt. Fantastic views, oriental landscapes and the atmosphere of an exotic journey will be remembered for a long time.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATIONCairo International Airport
DEPARTURE TIMEPlease arrive at least 2 hours before the flight.
SightseeingProfessional guide
Service charge & taxesEntrance fees during sightseeing
Entry visa to Egypt
Guide gratuity

During the New Kingdom, Luxor was the capital of all of Egypt. Today, it still thrives as one of the major treasures of the country. This “City of Palaces” is home to some of the oldest remains in Egypt, an abundance of which can be viewed in the Luxor/Karnak/Thebes open-air museum. Temples, tombs and palaces still stand in this land of ancient wonder, in the midst of the City of the Dead, the Tombs of the Nobles, the Valley of the Kings and Queen Hatshepsut’s temple.

Nearby is the governate of Aswan, which is one of Egypt’s premier winter resorts. Set to a backdrop of pleasant winter temperatures and a dry climate, Aswan also showcases a wide variety of ancient monuments, as well as a serene view of the River Nile. Considered one of the oldest inhabited places in Egypt, this area is also home to the High Dam, which was built in the early 1960s and is still recognized as a crucial moment in the country’s history. Its construction also resulted in the creation of an enormous reservoir known as Lake Nasser – the largest artificial lake in the world.

Additional information

Tour TypeCruises

Day 1:

EgyptPyramidsTours will meet you at your Destination in Luxor and accompany you by A/C private car to your Nile cruise with full board start with lunch end with breakfast. Embarkation before lunch. Lunch on Board Cruise.
Free at leisure. Dinner. Overnight on Board Cruise.


Day 2:

Breakfast on board Nile Cruise .Then Cruise Egyptologist tour guide will meet you & Cross to the West bank & visit the Necropolis of Thebes The tombs date from the 6th dynasty to the Greco-Roman period. The tombs here are part of more than 400 private tombs in the west bank.

Then visit Valley of the Kings. It was here that kings from 18th to 20th dynasties cut their tombs in the limestone cliffs. That was long time after their ancestors abandoned the pyramid-shape tomb. The new tomb was more safe and can deceive tomb robbers. then visit the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut The great temple of Hatshepsut is built at the bottom of sheer cliffs in Luxor’s west bank in a wonderful site.

Then the Colossi of Memnon The sitting mighty Colossi of Memnon originally belong to King Amenhotep III. They were once flanking his big mortuary temple that was leveled to the ground by time. Sail to Esna then, Edfu and Overnight on Board Cruise.


Day 3:

Breakfast on board cruise then Cruise Egyptologist tour guide will meet you then Visit the Temple of Horus in Edfu. It was the capital of the second Nome (Horus) of Upper Egypt. The main attraction here is the Temple of Horus, which is considered by most to be the best preserved cult temple in Egypt. Sail to Kom Ombo.Visit the Temple shared by two Gods Sobek and Haroeris is recommended: the magnificent Ptolemaic temple is in a dramatic setting on high ground beside the Nile, surrounded by sugarcane fields. Then sail to Aswan & Overnight in Aswan.


Day 4:

Disembarkation after breakfast.then Cruise Egyptologist tour guide will meet you & Visit the High Dam,The world-famous High Dam was an engineering miracle when it was built in the 1960. Today it provides irrigation and electricity for the whole of Egypt and, together with the old Aswan Dam, 6 km downriver then visit the Temple of Philae.

The Temple was dedicated to the goddess Isis, the wife of Osiris and mother of Horus, then EgyptPyramidsTours will meet you and accompany you by A/C private Car to your Destination in Aswan (Kindly advice me)

4 Days Nile Cruise Luxor to Aswan

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