4 Days MS Medea Nile Cruise Itinerary from Aswan

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Embark on a 4-day adventure with our Egypt Tour packages aboard the MS Medea Nile Cruise from Aswan. Cruise the Nile, exploring Egypt's historical wonders and stunning desert landscapes. Our Egypt tours offer luxurious accommodations and the convenience of your stateroom as you sail through Egypt's heart. Discover Aswan's historical monuments with Egypt Day tours and let the MS Medea Nile Cruise be your ticket to an unforgettable experience. Whether you're captivated by ancient wonders or desert safaris, this journey promises an incredible vacation.

The Nubian Museum at Luxor reveals insights into the rich heritage and culture of the Nubian people.

  • Your accommodation for 3 nights aboard a 4-star Nile Cruise from  Aswan to luxor on a full board basis. 
  • Transports are done by private air-conditioned vehicles.
  • A certified English-speaking tour guide during all Luxor and Aswan sightseeing tours.
  • Entrance fees to the sites as mentioned during the 4 Days Nile Cruise Tour from aswan
  • All Egypt Nile Cruise Tours are to be done privately and guided.
  • Daily bottled mineral water during all our Egypt Classic Tours.
  • All service charges and taxes are covered.
  • Shopping tours during the Excursions in Luxor and Aswan Sightseeing Tours. (upon request)
  • Stops for snacks upon request.
  • A soft drink in a local Cafe during Egypt Day Tours. ( if we have time )
  • International Airfare.
  • Any extras that are not specified in the Egypt Travel Packages itinerary.
  • Tipping or gratitude are not covered within the prices of your Egypt Nile River Cruises.
  • Beverage during meals.

When you arrive in Aswan, you will be greeted by an English-speaking agent who will transport you to your beautiful Nile cruise ship in a private A/C vehicle. 

Check in by 12:00 p.m. 

Your lunch will be served on board at the start. 

Following lunch, you will be taken to The High Dam, which was built in 1960 AD by Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser to defend Egypt from the Nile flood. 

Following that, you will have a motor boat ride down the Nile to the Temple of Philae, which was built during the Graeco-Roman period and was devoted to the goddess Isis.

Finally, you will be taken to The Unfinished Obelisk, which was built of red granite and dedicated to the deity Amun Ra. After your excursion, you will return to your ship. At night, you are on your own in Aswan.

Breakfast will be given aboard the ship. Following that, you will accompany your Egyptologist tour guide to one of Egypt's most beautiful temples, the Temple of Kom Ombo, where the two gods Sobek and Haroeris were worshipped for a while. Return to your ship and enjoy your lunch on the sun deck while seeing the wonderful environment of the Nile. At the afternoon, ride a chariot to the Temple of Horus in Edfu, which is one of Egypt's best preserved temples. You will be taken back to your ship after your trip has concluded. You'll spend the day resting on board your cruise. Dinner will be provided aboard the ship. Staff will run the Egyptian Folkloric Show party at night.

On the Nile cruise, breakfast is served. Following that, you will begin your spectacular trip in Thebes, the sacred region, by touring the west bank of Luxor, including the Valley of the Monarchs, which is considered the royal cemetery of the Theban kings and rulers of ancient Egypt, as well as the location where our Pharaohs were buried. Following that, you will go to Deir El Bahari to see the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. Because it was completely cut within the mountain, this temple is regarded as one of the most magnificent specimens of ancient Egyptian architecture. The journey concludes with a visit to the Colossi of Memnon, which belonged to King Amenhotep III. After that, you'll return to your cruise for lunch.

Afternoon at your leisure. The trip includes dinner and an overnight stay.

After breakfast, check out (at 08:00 AM). Following that, you will have a tour of Luxor's East Bank, including the magnificent Karnak Temples Complex, which is regarded the world's most complex construction, occupying an area of a hundred acres. Finish your magnificent journey at the Temple of Luxor, which was created by one of the 12th dynasty's monarchs and completed by the well-known king Ramses II. After your day tour, you will be driven by private A/C van to your Luxor location (where our services will be ended).

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The best time for a Nile cruise tour is during the cooler months, from October to April, when the weather is more conducive to exploring ancient sites. However, cruises operate year-round, each season offering its own charm and advantages. It's advisable to check the weather and plan accordingly.

The best time to visit Luxor is during the winter months, from November to February, when the weather is mild and pleasant. Summers in Luxor can be extremely hot, with temperatures reaching well over 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit). It's advisable to avoid visiting during the peak summer months of June to August.

When taking a Nile River cruise between Luxor and Aswan, tourists frequently stop by the temples. From either city, they can also be accessible by car.


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