4 Days Nile Jewel Cruise from Aswan

Price Starting From : $810

Embark on a delightful journey aboard the Nile Jewel Cruise from Aswan with our Egypt Tours. Explore Aswan's rich history with our expert Egyptologist guides, discovering its significance as a key market and military stronghold in ancient Egypt's interactions with Nubia.

Inclusion
  • A complimentary arrival Airport or Railway Station transfer to Nile Cruise Boat in Luxor or in Aswan on the first day of your Nile Cruise Program.
  • Meet and assist service upon arrival & departure.
  • The assistance of our personnel during your stay and excursions.
  • All transports by a modern air-conditioned deluxe vehicle.
  • Accommodation on board a 5-star cruise on a full board basis.
  • All Nile Cruise excursions as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Entrance fees to all sights which are mentioned in the itinerary in your Egypt travel packages
  • Egyptologist guide during your excursions.
  • All service charges and taxes.
  • A complimentary departure Airport or Railway Station transfer from Nile Cruise Boat in Luxor on the end day of your Nile Cruise Program.
Exclusion
  • Any extras not mentioned in the included section.
  • Optional Excursions.
  • Personal expenses.
  • Tipping is not included.

To get you to your cruise, our tour guide will pick you up from your Aswan location. Arrive at the five-star Nile cruise ship, and board it. The hunt for the Nile starts after some time to clean up! Begin by visiting the High Dam of Aswan, where your tour guide will discuss how the Nubian population had to be relocated in order to build the dam and create Lake Nasser, as well as a number of significant historical sites, including Abu Simbel (which can be visited tomorrow). The Temple of Isis at Philae can then be visited by taking a quick boat ride to Agilkia Island. The temple was constructed during the Ptolemaic Empire (305 BC–30 BC) and is devoted to Isis, one of the oldest Egyptian goddesses!

See the Unfinished Obelisk, the largest obelisk in the world, at Aswan's granite quarries as part of your Aswan Luxor Nile Cruise. Egyptologists think that this incomplete obelisk was created by Queen Hatshepsut.

Having fun on the first night of your cruise

Get the chance to go on the optional excursion this morning to the Abu Simbel temples, two enormous structures in southern Egypt. These famous temples were carved out of the mountainside in the 13th century BC, during the reign of Pharaoh Ramesses II, and are now a part of the "Nubian Monuments," a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The tour then continues with a stop at the Temple of Kom-Ombo, a distinctive "double" temple honouring both the falcon god Haroeris and the crocodile god Sobek (Horus). Continue on to Luxor, where the trip will spend the night on the five-star cruise ship, after taking some time to explore the temple.

After breakfast, depart and explore Luxor's East Bank. Discover the magnificent Karnak Temple Complex, which is a part of the historic Thebes. It features a wide variety of temples, chapels, statues, and obelisks and is devoted to the imposing ram-headed god Amun. The Luxor Temple, a temple dedicated to Amun, his wife Mut, and his son Khons, is the next stop on the tour. These temples and gods played a major role in the annual Great Opet Festival that took place during the flood season.

After breakfast this morning, we will disembark the ship and head to the West Bank of Luxor for a tour. Explore the magnificent tombs of the New Kingdom pharaohs, including King Tutankhamen, in the Valley of the Kings, which is renowned throughout the world. Later, visit the Temple of Hatshepsut (Deir El Bahary), which serves as the mausoleum of Egypt's sole pharaoh queen. The colossal Colossi of Memnon, the final remnants of Amenophis III's temple, will be visited to cap out the day. Returning you to your luxor airport or raliway station is the final step.

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Absolutely! Many travelers choose to extend their Nile cruise to include visits to other destinations in Egypt, such as Cairo, Alexandria, or the Red Sea resorts, for a more comprehensive exploration of the country.

Yes, Karnak Temple is open to visitors. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Egypt, attracting millions of visitors each year.

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