Photo Gallery (Click on images to enlarge)

Cruise Itinerary Luxor to Aswan - 04 Nights/05 Days.

  • From
  • 01 January 2014
  • To
  • 31 December 2014
  • Egypt
  • Luxor

Day 1: Luxor | Temple of Karnak
 Arrival at Luxor and transfer to our 5 stars deluxe boat. Start our journey to the Temple of Karnak. Walk through the Great Hypostyle Hall, its expertly aligned columns a sight to behold.
Overnight - Nile Cruiser

Day 2: Luxor | the Valley of the Kings
In the Morning, a visit the Valley of the Kings, where the magnificent tombs discovered, those tombs were carved deep into the desert rock, richly decorated and filled with treasures for the afterlife of the pharaohs and continue the  tour to the Valley of the Queens , where you can find between 75 and 80 tombs ,  not only queens that were buried here. The tombs in the Valley of the Queens were actually used for queens, princes, princesses, and other members of the royal family in the Valley of the Queens.
Overnight - Nile Cruiser

Day 3: Cruising the Nile | Luxor to Edfu  /Aswan  
Sailing to EdfU, going through the Nile lock at Esna , you will Feel excited of the ancient Egyptian civilization by visiting Edfu Temple on a horse drawn carriage ride to visit Horus Temple, the place where Horus famously avenged his father's death by killing Seth, who murdered Horus's father (Osiris ) , After our visit to Edfu we reboarded our cruise ship to  Kom Ombo  & visit the Temple of Kom Ombo ,overlooking the Nile. It has the double entrance "Haroeris" and "Sobek" because it was built for two gods, Sobek, God of Fertility and Haroeris Or Horus, the God of Kings.
Overnight - Nile Cruiser

Day 4: Aswan | Temple of Philae
Arrive in Aswan & First we will enjoy a Motor boat trip to Agilika Island for Philae Temple - dedicated to the goddess Isis. The temple dates from 4th century BC but the Ptolomies and the Romans up to 3rd century AD built most of the existing structures. In danger of being completely submerged by the rising water of Lake Nasser, in 1972 UNESCO stepped in and an 8-year rescue effort was undertaken to relocate the entire temple 20m higher on nearby Agilika Island & Walk on the High Dam which separates Lake Nasser from the Nile, & finally be astounded at the size of the Unfinished Obelisk , this monolith structures measures one-third taller than any other ancient Egyptian obelisk,even in its unfinished state.

Day 5: Aswan  to Cairo, Egypt.
After Breakfast, transfer by a private air-conditioned bus to Aswan  Airport for flight to Cai