Book now our Nile cruise tours aboard the 5-star luxury Royal Ruby Nile Cruise and relax on the large terrace while watching the scenery as you sail the Nile River from Aswan to Luxor with the most comfortable accommodation to see the most remarkable highlights of Luxor and Aswan!.
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4 Days Aswan/ Luxor Every Friday
Cairo Top Tours offers private guided Nile cruise tours in Egypt between Luxor and Aswan on the Royal Ruby Nile cruise which has done its best to create maximum comfort and ensure the best entertainment conditions, offering guests the opportunity to discover the 5,000 years of Egyptian civilization. The experienced boat staff ensuring that you get the best of your Egypt Nile River Cruise.
Book Now the Royal Ruby Nile Cruise which starts every Friday from Aswan to Luxor for 4 days and 3 nights including guided tours to Aswan High Dam, the Temple of Philae, the Temple of Kom Ombo, the Temple of Edfu, Valley of the Kings, Colossi of Memnon, Temple of Hatshepsut, visits to the east bank of Luxor tours including Temples of Luxor and Karnak.
Our representative will meet you at Aswan airport or train station to transfer you by an exclusive air-conditioned vehicle to board your 4 days Roya Ruby Nile Cruise Aswan to Luxor. You will board the boat before lunch and then start your Aswan excursions to the Aswan High Dam, constructed in 1960 to protect Egypt from the annual floods of the Nile River. Continue your excursions in Aswan to visit the Unfinished Obelisk, famous for its red granite that was used in many famous monuments like the pyramid of Mycerinus and the Valley Temple of King Chephren that you can see during your Giza Pyramids tour. The most famous that this obelisk relates to Queen Hatshepsut, one of the queens who ruled Egypt in the 18th dynasty during the new kingdom of the ancient Egyptian history, she was the wife of King Tuthmosis II and the first woman in all of Egypt's history to ruled the country. Others believe that this obelisk relates to Queen Nefertiti, wife of King Akhenaten, but no evidence yet to prove that theory.
Continue Aswan tours to visit the Temple of Philae, dedicated to the goddess of magic, Goddess Isis, and located on the island of Agilika after being transferred from the Philae Island due to the building of the High Dam. Transfer to the cruise ship back again and enjoy your dinner with the joy of the captain's welcome drink.
Meals: Lunch, Dinner
Enjoy your breakfast aboard the cruise vessel before starting your excursion to visit the Kom Ombo Temple of Sobek, an unusual building, completely symmetrical, with two entrances, two hypostyle rooms, and two shrines. This is because it is dedicated to two gods of ancient Egypt: the left side is dedicated to the falcon god Haroeris (meaning Horus the old or the great) and the right temple to Sobek, the local crocodile-headed divinity, one of the evil figures according to the ancient Egyptian religion. Lunch aboard the cruise ship while sailing to Edfu.
Transfer then to visit the Temple of Edfu, dedicated to god Horus who was the son of Osiris and protector of kingship, is the best-preserved among the temples in Egypt and was called the House of Ra, the father of all gods in the pharaonic era. You will sail towards Luxor and have dinner aboard the boat.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Morning breakfast aboard the beautiful Royal Ruby Nile Cruise. Visit the Luxor Temple after lunch, the temple that was built during the New Kingdom. It was linked to the Karnak Temple by an avenue of sphinxes and was mainly built by two of the greatest pharaohs of ancient Egypt history, Amenhotep III (built the interior area) and Ramses II, who completed the temple. Continue your Luxor east bank tours to visit the Temple of Karnak, in ancient Egypt especially during the New Kingdom, was the most prominent religious center. The main temple was dedicated to the worship of the god Amun, but as in other Egyptian temples, other deities were also included and have been worshiped. Dinner aboard the cruise ship and overnight in Luxor.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Enjoy your last breakfast aboard the 5-star Royal Ruby Nile cruise. Disembarkation then starts your exciting Luxor west bank tours by visiting the Valley of the Kings which was the place, during the New Kingdom, where the pharaohs were buried. The kings of the 18th dynasty, 19th dynasty, and the 20th dynasty were buried inside rock-cut tombs abandoned away from the eyes of the robbers here not like the old kingdom pharaohs who preferred to be buried inside gigantic structures called by the Greeks as (Pyramids).
Transfer for a tour of the magnificent Temple of Hatshepsut, the unique temple of Queen Hatshepsut who ruled Egypt during the 18th dynasty, the most monumental of those built in the valley and unique of its kind in all of Egypt as it was built by her lover the famous architect Senmout.
Your next stop is to see the Colossi of Memnon, which are two gigantic colossal statues representing King Amenhotep III located on the west bank of the Nile, near Medinet Habu and south of the great Theban necropolis. Transfer then to the airport or train station or any preferred drop-off location within Luxor and this will be the end of our services.