4 Days Nile Marquis Cruise From Aswan

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Embark on a luxurious journey aboard the M/S Nile Marquis with our Egypt Tours, exploring Egypt's ancient wonders from Aswan. Indulge in exquisite cuisine, relax on the spacious sundeck, and immerse yourself in the rich history of Luxor Temple and the Valley of the Kings.

Inclusion
  • Meet and assist on arrival and departure.
  • 3 nights on a 5-star Nile cruise from Aswan to Luxor.
  • Qualified Egyptology guide.
  • Meals as per itinerary (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
  • Shopping tour during the tour Staff assistance during the tour portage if required.
  • Transportation by air-conditioned minivan round trip.
Exclusion
  • Drinks even Water on the cruise.
  • Tipping is not included.
  • Entrance fee Other attractions not listed.

A professional tour guide will take you on your Nile Cruise, one of the Egyptian Nile Cruises.

Aswan High Dam:

Before setting sail, you'll visit the Aswan High Dam, built in 1960 to protect Egypt from excessive annual flooding and to provide power for a country as big as Egypt.

Temple of Isis:

Continue your Aswan excursion to visit the Temple of Philae and its amazing columns and carvings, preserved for thousands of years and telling the story of Horus and Osiris and how great and progressive our ancestors were. It was considered an important ancient center of the cult of Isis.

Unfinished Obelisk:

On your Aswan Luxor Nile Cruise, travel to Aswan's granite quarries to see the world's largest obelisk, known as the Unfinished Obelisk. This obelisk is an unfinished obelisk and Egyptologists believe it was made by Queen Hatshepsut. Take a Nile River Cruise. Lunch and dinner are served on your Nile Cruise. meal:
lunch dinner 

Enjoy a delicious breakfast on your Egyptian Nile cruise.  then sails to Kom Ombo to continue one of Egypt's most unusual day tours. Visit the Temple of Kom Ombo, built during the Ptolemaic period of Egypt for the crocodile god Sobek, with one entrance to form the deity and the other dedicated to the falcon head of Haloeris. A very well preserved crocodile mummy. After an interesting tour to Kom Ombo, lunch and dinner are served on board and sail to Edfu for overnight stay. meal:
breakfast lunch dinner 

On the Nile cruise liner, the breakfast buffet opens early in the morning. Visit the Temple of Horus, also referred to as the Temple of Horus at Edfu, one of the biggest temples from the Ptolemaic period, while sightseeing in Egypt. One of the ancient Egyptian gods, Horus is represented as having a masculine body with a hawk head. He is also known as the deity of the sky and the guardian of kings. Horus is also the son of Isis and Osiris. Following our tour to Edfu, we will take a boat to Esna and then Luxor to see the most significant temples in Egypt, including the revered temple of Karnak, which is regarded as an outdoor museum, and the iconic temple of Luxor. 

After that, you can go for your Egypt cruise on the Nile after receiving lunch and dinner. If you want to experience the splendour of this revered location at night, you can attend the sound and light display at the Karnak temple in Luxor! breakfast, lunch and supper

Luxor offers optional guided tours for those who want to take a hot air balloon flight in the morning.

We'll offer you your last breakfast on board. The Valley of the Kings in Luxor, which contains the tombs of the New Kingdom pharaohs, is an amazing world heritage site that you will visit on a day trip after disembarking from the Nile cruise. The magnificent tombs were carved into the mountain by the most skilled craftsmen in Egyptian history. Visit El Deir El Bahari's temple in Luxor, which is also known as Queen Hatshepsut's temple. El Deir El Bahari was the second female pharaoh and the fifth ruler of the eighteenth dynasty.

During the excursions to Luxor, we will also show you the Colossi of Memnon, two enormous stone statues for the pharaoh Amenhotep III.

Afterward, you will be dropped off at the airport or train station of your choice in Luxor.
 

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Nile cruises are generally considered safe for tourists, with cruise ships and tour operators prioritizing passenger safety and security. While exploring destinations independently, it's advisable to follow the guidance of your tour guide, take necessary precautions, and stay aware of your surroundings.

Yes, hiring a guide in Luxor is a popular option, especially if you want to learn more about the history and significance of the ancient sites. Guides can provide valuable insights and enhance your experience. You can arrange for a guide through your hotel or with local tour operators.

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