MS Ra || Nile cruise Aswan to Luxor 4 days

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Embark on a captivating journey along the Nile River with the MS Ra Nile cruise from Egypt tours, offering a unique blend of modern comfort and ancient allure. Explore Luxor and Aswan's treasures, including Luxor Temple, Karnak Temple, the Valley of the Kings, Queen Hatshepsut's Temple, the Aswan High Dam, and Philae Temple. Experience luxurious accommodations, delightful dining, and panoramic Nile views aboard the MS Ra, promising an unforgettable Egypt Tours experience.

Inclusion
  • Transportation in an air-conditioned coach during your tours in Egypt
  • All Egypt Nile Cruise Tours mentioned in the itinerary are privately guided tours.
  • entrance fees and tickets to all the mentioned sites during Egypt Tours Packages.
  • A private professional Egyptologist guide will accompany you during all Luxor Sightseeing Tours and Excursions in Aswan.
  • Stops for snacks if you want.
  • A soft drink in a local Cafe during Egypt Day Tours. ( if we have time )
  • Egypt Tours includes all service charges and taxes in the price.
  • Shopping tours during the Aswan Sightseeing Tours and Excursions in Luxor
Exclusion
  • Any optional Egypt Day Tours or activities.
  • Tipping is not included in the prices.
  • Any personal expenses are not included.
  • International flights are not included.

Start a vacation on MS Ra || Nile cruise Aswan to Luxor 4 days from Egypt tour, it will begin on your first day when you reach Aswan international airport and meet your tour leader from Cairo top tours, who will take you to board then to visit the first site:

High Dam.

This Dam was built in the Gamal Abd El Nasser era it was built to store water, generate electricity, and also to protect Egypt from floods of the Nile river.

unfinished obelisk.

This obelisk was connected to the parent rock of the earth so when they were about to take it out from the rock cracks happened in the earth's crust so they had to stop the work immediately.

Philae temple

This temple was made for the gods Isis and Osiris and it has their story with their son god Hours on its walls all written.

back again to your MS Ra || Nile cruise to have your lunch and to get deep sleep at the end of the day while sailing to Edfu city.

- Meals: lunch, dinner

On the second day of the trip MS Ra || Nile cruise Aswan to Luxor 4 days, firstly take your breakfast then our professional Cairo top tours tour leader will take you to:

Kom Ombo temple.

it is the most visited attraction in Kom Ombo city, as, its site is what makes it special as it is in the middle of the water between Aswan and Edfu city.

then sail all the way after your visit is done and Stop At Edfu.

then have your lunch on board the MS Ra || Nile cruise. then have your overnight.

Day meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.

On the third day of the MS Ra || Nile cruise Aswan to Luxor 4 days will begin with breakfast in the morning and then start the visits with :

Edfu temple.

The Temple of Edfu or the Temple of Horus in Edfu is the second largest temple in ancient Egypt, after Karnak, and it represents one of the last attempts of the Ptolemies to build temples in the style of their ancestors in grandeur and grandeur. It took about 180 years to build the Temple of Horus.

then have your tasty lunch.

your tour leader will offer you.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.

sound and light show at Karnak temple optional tour.

On the fourth day of the trip the last but not least day of the MS Ra || Nile cruise from Aswan to Luxor 4 days, you will enjoy sightseeing on both banks of the Nile river and you will start your visits with the west bank of Luxor:

The Valley of kings.

The number of tombs discovered in the Valley of the Kings is about 63, including royal and non-royal. The Valley of the Kings was known in the past as "the great royal funeral city for millions of years of the life, strength, and health of the pharaoh in the west of Thebes."

the colossi of Memnon.

The Colossi of Memnon, known locally as (Kolsat or Salamat), are two colossal statues, built around 1350 BC. located west of the Nile River.

then on the east bank of Luxor visit the

Karnak temple.

Karnak Temple was named after the Islamic conquest of Egypt because the word "Karnak" means a fortress or a fortified place. The entrance to the temple is the "road of rams" filled with statues of an animal that was a symbol of strength for the pharaohs.

Luxor temple 

The entrance to the Luxor Temple is the first tower, 24 meters high. It was built by Ramses II and the tower was decorated with scenes of Ramesses' military victories (particularly the Battle of Kadesh); The victories of the pharaohs were also recorded at a later time, especially the victories of the 25th dynasty (Nubian dynasty).

then you will have time for the last tour but this one is an optional 

hot air balloon tour.

then you will be taken to Luxor international airport where our services will be over.

Day meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.

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