Spend 4 days in Cairo for a wonderful tour onboard Miss Egypt from Aswan to Luxor, so don't miss the opportunity to experience our Luxury Nile cruise.
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Miss Egypt Nile Cruise
Enjoy and explore Aswan city by Miss Egypt Nile cruise, before you visit The temple of Edfu and Kom Ombo you will see and visit The most important Temples in Aswan including visiting the Unfinished Obelisk made by Queen Hatshepsut and Philea Temple.
5 Stars Nile Cruise
through our Nile cruise tours, you can discover the most important temples and the places that are famous in Cairo including visiting the east and the west Bank on both sides of the river Nile.
first, you will visit the east bank to see the Luxor and Karnak temples. then we will move to visit the west bank including the Valley of the Kings, and visit ''El-Dier El-Bahari'' Was Built by Hatshepsut. and the Colossal of Memnon.
our representative will meet you at your hotel or Cairo airport and take the flight to Aswan, then you will embark on the Nile cruise to start your vacation in Aswan.
first, you will see the high dam which is the main source of electricity for the whole nation and protects the country from floods. then you will see the Philae temple monuments of Philae include many structures dating predominantly to the Ptolemaic Period (332–30 BC).
we will move to visit and see one of the most important archaeological finds in Egypt the unfinished obelisk, it was built by queen Hatshepsut one of the largest obelisks in Egypt.
optional (visit Abu Simbel temple in the morning)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
in the morning, you will visit the temple of Kom Ombo it is considered a double temple, dedicated to Sobek the crocodile god, and Horus the falcon-headed god. then we move to see one of the largest temples in Egypt, the temple of Edfu which was built on top of older ruins dating back to Ramses III. it is the best surviving ancient Egyptian temple in the Nile Valley.
We'll then return to our boat for the night.
after taking your breakfast, you will start your Luxor east bank tour, first, you visit the Luxor Temple The World’s Largest Outdoor Museum,
Luxor Temple is one of the most famous and easily accessible Egyptian temple ruins in the Luxor area of Egypt.
then you will visit the Karnak Temple Complex which consists of a number of temples, chapels, and other buildings in the form of a village, and is for that reason that the name Karnak was given to this complex as in Arabic Karnak means ‘fortified village’.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
in the morning after having your breakfast you will visit the temple of Hatshepsut El-dier El Bahari, which consists of three levels each of which has a colonnade at its far end. On the uppermost level, an open courtyard lies just beyond the portico. Mummiform statues of Hatshepsut as Osiris, the god of the dead, lean against its pillars.
then you will visit the valley of the kings. New Kingdom pharaohs, who wanted to be closer to the source of their dynastic roots in the south, built their crypts in the hills of this barren tract west of Luxor, now called the Valley of the Kings. also, it contains a large number of mummies of kings and queens.
you will see two faceless colossi (the plural of the colossus, which just means larger-than-life statue). which is called Clossai of Memnon. This isn't surprising when you hear their dimensions: they tower 60 feet (18 m) above the plains and are estimated to weigh an enormous 720 tons each. The statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III were built to guard his funerary temple. The complex is the largest on the west bank.
after visiting the Luxor west bank you will disembark onboard the Nile cruise and back to cairo by plane.
optional ( Hot air balloon in the morning)