5 Days MS Medea Nile Cruise Itinerary from Luxor

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Embark on a 5-day adventure aboard the MS Medea Nile Cruise from Luxor with our Egypt Tours package. Cruise the Nile, explore ancient wonders, and witness stunning desert landscapes. Begin your journey in Luxor, where you'll board the MS Medea Nile Cruise for a unique and unforgettable experience. Enjoy the comfort of your private cabin as you sail through the heart of Egypt with our Egypt tours.

Inclusion
  • Your accommodation for 4 nights aboard a 5-star Nile Cruise from Luxor to Aswan on a full board basis. 
  • Transfers 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 5-Day Nile Cruise Tour from Luxor.
  • 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 )
Exclusion
  • International Airfare.
  • Any extras that are not specified in the Egypt Travel Packages itinerary.
  • Tipping or gratitudes are not covered within the prices of your Egypt Nile River Cruises.
  • Beverage during meals.

Our agent will meet you at the airport or train station in Luxor and take you in a private A/C vehicle to your Nile Cruise. 

boarding before to 12:00. 

The largest building ever built in human history, the Karnak Temple Complex, can be found on the East Bank of Luxor, which you will explore in the afternoon.

The main structure is that of the deity Amun Ra since it was regarded as the home of the gods on earth. The earlier construction dates to the middle kingdom, while other texts mention earlier structures dating back to the third dynasty.

The Temple of Luxor, which was started by one of the 12th dynasty monarchs and finished by the famous pharaoh Ramses II, will be the next place you go. 

Similar to Karnak, this temple was situated in the center of ancient Thebes and was devoted to the chief/principal god Amun Re.

You will be taken back to your ship for some rest and relaxation when your day trip is over. The personnel will run an Egyptian folklore entertainment at night. 

After dinner, stay the night in Luxor. As the cruise check-in time is at 12:00, we will begin the trip immediately upon arriving if your arrival time at Luxor is that early. We don't want our guests to waste time waiting in the lobby for check-in.

On the Nile cruise, breakfast. After that, you'll begin your enchanted tour of Thebes, the sacred region, by visiting the west bank of Luxor, where you'll find the Valley of the Kings, which is said to be the royal tomb of the Theban kings and other ancient Egyptian rulers as well as the location where our pharaohs are interred.

You will next go to Deir El Bahari to see the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. Because it was entirely carved into the mountain, this temple is regarded as one of the most beautiful specimens of ancient Egyptian architecture.

You will see the Colossi of Memnon, which belonged to King Amenhotep III, towards the conclusion of the journey. You will then head back to your ship to have lunch. Free time in the afternoon. Dinner and a night's sleep aboard the ship.

Onboard your Nile cruise, breakfast. Your tour guide will next lead you on an enigmatic trip to the country of mysteries. Beginning with a visit to the Temple of Horus in Edfu, one of Egypt's most beautiful and well-preserved temples, our guided tour of today's events begins with a spectacular temple. 

You will then return to your ship after that. While traveling to Kom Ombo, lunch will be served on board.

You will continue to tour the Temple of Kom Ombo in the afternoon, which is where the two gods Sobek and Haroeris were once worshipped. 

Return to your ship and have a lunch break.

Enjoy the sun terrace while observing the famous river Nile's distinctive environment. The development and flourishing of the ancient Egyptian civilization took place on its banks.

While traveling to the city of Aswan, dinner will be provided on board. Arrive at Aswan late in the evening; stay the night.

Onboard your ship, breakfast will be provided. 

Later, you will go with your Egyptologist tour guide to explore Aswan's magnificent metropolis, including The High Dam, built in 1960 AD to safeguard Egypt from the Nile flood. Gamal Abdel Nasser was the Egyptian president at the time.

The Unfinished Obelisk, a magnificent site in Aswan formed of red granite and dedicated to the god Amun Ra, will be the last place you are taken. You will return to your ship when your day trip is over. On board, lunch will be provided. On board, afternoon tea will be provided. free to enjoy oneself at night. Aswan's dinner and overnight stay.

Then, as you go by motorboat along the Nile River, enjoy the scenery as you approach Agilika Island. Here, you will explore the Temple of Philae, an ancient structure constructed during the Gaeco-Roman era and dedicated to the goddess Isis (mother of god Horus).

After breakfast, check out. 

Your English-speaking tour guide will meet you in Aswan and drive you in a private air-conditioned van to Abu Simbel, which is located 180 miles south of the First Cataract in what was Nubia and south of Aswan on the western bank of the Nile. 

Prior to the 18th Dynasty, when Ay and Horemheb had rock-cut chapels carved out on the hills to the south, the location was known as Meha. 

Upon arrival, you will move on to see the Abu Simbel Temples, the largest of which is known as the Great Temple and was constructed by the renowned pharaoh Ramses II. 

It was created by Ramesses II and honored Rahorakhty, a well-known deity.

While the smaller temple was erected in honor of Ramesses II and his lovely wife Nefertari. You will make your way back toward Aswan when your day trip is through. Arrive in Aswan and be driven by a private air-conditioned van to the hotel of your choice where you may check-in, unwind, and refresh, or be driven to the Aswan airport where you can take a domestic aircraft to Cairo.

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The duration of a Nile cruise tour can vary, but it commonly spans from 3 to 7 nights. Longer itineraries, extending up to 10 nights or more, are also available for those seeking a more in-depth exploration of the Nile and its attractions.

Luxor has an international airport, the Luxor International Airport (LXR), which receives domestic and international flights. You can also reach Luxor by train from Cairo or other cities in Egypt. There are also Nile River cruises that stop at Luxor as part of their itineraries.

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