you will be sailing on board a unique boat with a unique style you will visit the most beautiful places and have splendor days, from Aswan to luxor on the great Nile river and learn about the secrets of the ancient Egyptians, and explore more during your adventure with Royal house Dahabyia from Aswan to Luxor.
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4 days 3 nights
visit the best sites of Egypt and the most requested from tourists from all over the world, in the ancient lands of Egypt Aswan and Luxor where the Egyptian civilization started. discover more when visiting, the Philae temple, Luxor temple, unfinished obelisk, Karnak temple, and more in both cities.
On the first day of the royal house Dahabyia from Aswan to Luxor. you will be picked up from your hotel then you will be taken to fly all the way to Aswan and check in on the Dahabiya after you are done with your day visits.
the high dam was built from about 52 years ago by the orders of the past president of Egypt Gamal Abd Al Nasser.
The missing obelisk was discovered in the early twentieth century after being covered by sand for thousands of years in one of the Aswan quarries famous for its hardness and high quality.
All of these antiquities were moved from the original island of Philae to the nearby island of Agilkia during the UNESCO Nubia campaign in the 1960s to save the sites flooded by the Nile in the process of building the Aswan High Dam.
Then have your lunch at the Royal house Dahabiya. shipboard. and then your dinner before you sleep on your first overnight at the lands of the oldest civilization.
Have your breakfast on board Royal house Dahabyia from Aswan to Luxor. then start enjoying the sightseeing on the way to the Kom Ombo, once when you get to the right site start the tour in :
The Ptolemies built the temple of Kom Ombo to worship two gods, Sobek, or "the crocodile god", and Horus, the "falcon god". That is why the complex consists mainly of two parallel temples that include all the traditional components of such ancient Egyptian religious structures
then sail all the way to Edfu, where you will be stopped on the next day of your 4 Days 3 Nights Nile cruise from Aswan to Luxor on Royal house Dahabyia from Aswan to Luxor. tour and have your overnight and set yourself for the next day's journey.
Wake up on the beautiful waters of the Nile and start your day with a tasty breakfast then on a Nile cruise from Aswan to Luxor, MS Moon dance ship. visit :
The temple still retains all its picturesque architectural and decorative elements, as it was buried under the sand for several years until the French archaeologist Auguste Mariette in 1860 AD cleaned it and restored some of its parts.
then have your Egyptian ingredients lunch on the board of your favorite Dahabiya.
And before you sleep there is a sound and light show (optional tour) at the Karnak temple.
On the last day of the adventure you will be taken to Luxor to see the east and the west banks of the city starting from the west bank of Luxor:
from ancient times the kings of Egypt used to build great tombs including their treasure so the thieves robbed their tombs so they decided to hide the tombs under the ground.
the great 2 statues are the only ones remaining from the temple which was built by king Amonhoteb |||.
then for the east bank of Luxor:
visit Karnak temple:
It was built by King Tuthmosis III in the west, and it is the smallest of all ten edifices, and it is considered a compass, as it is a northern granite column engraved on its top with a lotus flower, which was growing in the Lower Egypt, and the other and the south opposite it is engraved with the papyrus plant, which was growing in Upper Egypt.
The credit for the construction of the Luxor Temple goes to both King Ramses II of the Nineteenth Dynasty and King Amenhotep III of the Eighteenth Dynasty. The outer parts of the Luxor Temple belong to King Ramses II, while the inner parts belong to King Amenhotep III, and there are some names of different kings in the Luxor Temple.
at the end of your trip, you will be taken to the first spot which will be our end of service.