Royal house Dahabyia from Luxor to Aswan.

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Embark on an unforgettable journey with our Egypt Tour packages aboard the Royal House Dahabiya Nile Cruise. Explore iconic sites like Karnak Temple, Luxor Temple, and the Valley of the Kings, immersing yourself in Egypt's rich history. Our professionally planned Egypt tours offer a harmonious blend of cultural experiences and breathtaking discoveries, promising an unforgettable adventure. Join us and capture the essence of Egypt's riches at the Royal House Dahabyia.

  • Pick-up services by Cairo Top Tours private AC vehicle.
  • A full board accommodation for 4 nights on the beautiful Royal house Dahabyia from Luxor to Aswan.
  • All entrance fees to the sites in your Luxor day trips and Aswan day trips.
  • Domestic flights from Cairo to Luxor and back from Aswan to Cairo.
  • Stops for snacks upon request.
  • Bottled water during all the Tours in Egypt.
  • All taxes and service charges are included in the tour price.
  • International flight tickets.
  • Any extras not mentioned during the Egypt day tours.
  • Any optional Excursions in Aswan or Luxor during your Egypt Nile River Cruises.
  • Tipping is not included of all Egypt Travel Packages.
  • Beverage during meals.

On your first day at the royal house Dahabyia from Luxor to Aswan., you will meet our professional tour leader holding the Cairo top tours sign at Luxor international airport, then you will be taken to the amazing and powerful Royal house Dahabyia and visit:

Luxor temple:

Luxor temple is dedicated to the rejuvenation of kingship; it may have been where many of the pharaohs of Egypt were crowned in reality or conceptually (as in the case of Alexander the Great

karnak temple:

Karnak means the fortified city, and it is called in the ancient Egyptian language Abit Rust, which means the most prestigious and reverent place. It is a small Egyptian city located on the eastern bank of the Nile in the city of Luxor.

have your lunch on the board. then you will be offered to go to Karnak temple sound and light show, then have your dinner and get a comfy nice sleep.

on the second day of the Royal house Dahabyia from Luxor to Aswan. have a tasty breakfast onboard then arrange yourself to start the journey.

cairo top tours tour leader will offer you an optional tour which is Luxor hot air balloon ride, to begin your day in the early morning by charming sightseeing from above.

then start with the first site after you have your breakfast :

the valley of kings:

In the valley of a dry river on the west bank of the ancient city of Thebes (modern Luxor), hence the name Valley of the Kings, but this name is not entirely accurate since some members of the royal family other than the kings were buried there, as well as some non-royals, though they were High-ranking.

Hatshepsut temple:

The monastery was built by Queen Hatshepsut to perform rituals that would benefit her in the other world. The temple consists of three ascending terraces, connected by ramps for ascent and descent.

Colosi of Memnon:

The statue of Memnon is located on the western bank of Thebes, which is known today as Luxor. Luxor, one of the most important tourist attractions, includes many Pharaonic monuments that are linked to the civilization of the ancient Egyptians thousands of years ago.

End your day with a relaxing overnight on the gorgeous board.

Meals of the day: breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Start your third day of the trip 5 Days Royal house Dahabyia from Luxor to Aswan. with a delicious breakfast then sail to Edfu and visit your first spot:

Edfu temple:

The Temple of Edfu or the Temple of Horus is located 123 km north of Aswan, in the city of Edfu. It is one of the most beautiful Egyptian temples.

Kom Ombo temple:

As archaeologist Ibrahim Suleiman says, it is the important rich discoveries that were found in the city of Kom Ombo, which included the discovery of the oldest pottery-making workshop of the ancient state, dating back to the period of the Egyptian Fourth Dynasty (2613-2494), the period of the builders of the pyramids

then have your lunch and sail all the way to Aswan.

Day Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.

Day 4 of the Royal house Dahabyia from Luxor to Aswan. will begin with breakfast to recharge your power in the morning when you wake up then you will be taken to the first site.

Aswan High Dam

The reserved water in front of the High Dam is a large artificial lake with the following characteristics: Lake length: 500 km Average lake width: 10 km Total storage capacity: 162 billion m3

Philae temple:

It is noteworthy that the island of Philae, is an island in the middle of the Nile River and is one of the strongest forts along the southern borders of Egypt, and separates the Nile into two opposite channels in Aswan. construction of the high dam

then has your last overnight.

Day meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

On the last day of the Royal house Dahabyia from Luxor to Aswan., you will be taken to the Aswan international airport where you will take your flight to Cairo and end your trip with the most fun Nile cruise tour.

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Casual and comfortable clothing is recommended, but some sites may require modest attire, so it's good to pack accordingly.

Yes, day trips to Abu Simbel from Aswan are common and typically organized by tour operators. The Abu Simbel temples are located about 280 kilometers southwest of Aswan and can be reached by road or by a short flight.

The temples do not have regular events or festivals, but they are sometimes used as venues for special cultural events or celebrations.


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