Cruise the Nile River from Aswan to Luxor on this 5-star luxury ship. Enjoy the warm sun and clear sky as you cruise along the Nile on the MS Amwaj Living Stone Deluxe 5 Star Nile Cruise. It is a tranquil retreat where you may unwind in the sunshine, explore the temples of Pharaoh, and enjoy freshly prepared Egyptian food.
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4 Days Aswan / Luxor Every Monday
Amwaj Living Stone Nile Cruise
Welcome aboard the luxurious Amwaj Stone Nile Cruise. Egypt Nile Cruise Tours are a once-in-a-lifetime chance to fully appreciate Egypt's ancient wonders. The Nile River has been Egypt's lifeline since ancient times, and there is no better way to trace Egypt's history than to cruise down it. Enjoy an incredible cruise around Luxor and Aswan onboard M/S Amwaj Living Stone, which began operations in 2014 under Amwaj International's management.
Nile Cruise Aswan
It has four decks and a sundeck. During the Luxor East Bank Tours of the Nile River, which is regarded as an open-air museum, you will experience the magnificence of Karnak Temple and Luxor Temple. The Valley of the Kings and Queen Hatshepsut Temple will then be seen. On the road to Aswan, we'll stop by Edfu temple and Kom Ombo temples, as well as the High Dam and the great Temple of Philae, which is located on Agilika island and devoted to Goddess Isis.
In the morning, you will be met by Cairo Top Tours local contact in Aswan, who will transport you to your Amwaj Living Stone Nile Cruise ship in a private air-conditioned vehicle to start your Aswan day tours. We'll be checking in our boat in a few minutes. After that, you'll accompany our experienced tour guide for a visit to the Aswan High Dam, which was built by Gamal Abdel Nasser, the former Egyptian president, in 1960 to store Nile water and create energy.
We'll then drive to the Nile's banks and board a motorboat to Agilika Island, where we'll visit the Temple of Philae, which was built in the 3rd century BC during the Greco-Roman period. The Unfinished Obelisk, which was discovered near Aswan, will be our final stop on this fantastic day tour in Aswan. We'll return to our Nile Cruise boat for the night after the excursion.
On the cruise, an energizing breakfast. Next, our Nile Cruise boat will start our Kom Ombo and Edfu tour and dock in Kom Ombo, where we will see the Temple of Sobek & Haroeris, which was dedicated to two gods, the local crocodile god Sobek and the legendary eagle god Haroeris, and was built in the Ptolemaic period and completed in the Roman era.
After that, we'll return to our boat for some rest and relaxation. Later, we'll go to the Edfu Temple of Horus, which is the best-preserved ancient Egyptian temple in the Nile Valley. After that, we'll return to our boat for the night.
We may offer you a Hot-Air Balloon ride above Luxor's West Bank as an optional extra. start your interesting Luxor West Bank Tours during Luxor day tours. Before seeing the Valley of the Kings, one of Egypt's richest and most fascinating ancient tombs, have a great brunch. The New kingdom rulers were laid to rest here. The Temple of Deir El Bahari, which was built during the time of Queen Hatshepsut, one of Egypt's finest monarchs, during the 18th dynasty, will be the second stop on the tour. The Colossi of Memnon will be our final stop; these two massive statues are the only remnants of Amenhotep III's colossal burial temple, which was built in 1350 BC and is now known as the Great Pyramid of Amenhotep III.
The Colossi of Memnon will be our final stop; these two massive statues are the only remnants of Amenhotep III's enormous burial temple, which was built in 1350 BC and later became a Luxor landmark. Following that, we'll return to our boat for the night.
After breakfast, check out from your Aswan to Luxor Nile Cruise. Later, we'll travel to Luxor's east bank, where we'll visit two magnificent temple complexes. Our first stop will be at the Karnak Temple Complex, which was built over a thousand years. Almost all of the remarkable artifacts we see today date back to the new kingdom, especially the gigantic fantastic columns of the hypostyle hall, which were built by Ramses II, ancient Egypt's greatest builder. Then we'll go to Luxor Temple, another incredible structure that was built around the 14th century BC and continued for many years by Ramses II, Queen Hatshepsut, and many other Pharaohs. We will transport you to your hotel in Luxor after the trip.