4-Day Nile Cruise in Aswan and Luxor

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Embark on an extraordinary journey filled with luxury and excitement on our 4-Day Nile Cruise in Aswan and Luxor.
Explore ancient Egypt on a Nile River cruise with an expert guide and private A/C transportation.

Firstly, immerse yourself in the beauty of Aswan with a Nile Cruise, where you’ll witness remarkable sights.
Marvel at the impressive High Dam, a remarkable engineering feat that controls the floodwaters of the Nasser Lake.
Secondly, Visit the Temple of Philae to worship the goddess Isis and see the unfinished obelisk to marvel at ancient craftsmanship.

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Next, prepare to visit the impressive Abu Simbel Temple, built by Ramses the Great.
Its colossal structures and intricate carvings will leave you in awe for a 4-day Nile cruise journey.

After that, continue your Nile Cruise in Aswan and Luxor to Kom Ombo Temple, a fascinating double temple dedicated to the gods Sobek and Haroeris.
Discover the secrets of ancient medical practices as you explore its majestic halls.
Then, visit the Temple of Edfu, a remarkably preserved sanctuary dedicated to the falcon deity Horus.

Discover Luxor’s ancient wonders at the Valley of the Kings, where pharaohs rested in elaborate tombs.
Marvel at the stunning Temple of Hatshepsut, a testament to the reign of Queen Hatshepsut.
Admire the colossal statues of Memnon guarding the entrance to the city of Luxor. You’ll admire this 4-Day Nile Cruise tour.

Also, don’t miss the chance to visit the legendary Temple of Karnak, a vast complex that houses the gods of Thebes.
Its towering columns and intricate hieroglyphs will transport you to a bygone era.

In conclusion, Indulge in a luxurious and unforgettable 4-Day Nile Cruise in Aswan and Luxor.

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  • High Dam in Aswan
  • lake of Nasser
  • Incompleted Obelisk
  • Temple of Philae
  • Abu Simbel Temple
  • Kom Ombo Temple
  • Temple of Edfu
  • The Kings' Valley
  • Temple of Hatshepsut
  • Memnon's Colossi
  • Temple of Karnak


  • Sightseeing as per the schedule.
  • Egyptologist guide.
  • All Services and Taxes.
  • A private air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Accommodation on board 5* Nile Cruise.
  • Transfers to and from your location are made.
  • Entrance fees to all the places.
  • Tipping.
  • Insurance.
  • Tours optional.
  • Any personal items.


Day 1: Arrival in Aswan

Upon arrival in Aswan, the fantastic city famous for the Nubian culture, we will transfer you to your hotel in an A/C vehicle.

The best of Aswan will be explored in the morning when one of our multilingual Egyptologists will pick you up from your hotel in Aswan in a contemporary air-conditioned vehicle for your viewing.

The High Dam in Aswan
The impressive Aswan High Dam was constructed in the 1960s as an electrically powered engineering marvel to contain all of the annual flood waters in the artificial lake of Nasser.

The Incompleted Obelisk
The golden Unfinished Obelisk of Hatshepsut (1508-1458 BC), which has 42 m in height while resting in the bedrock, is the greatest wonder that never materialized. It was smashed before standing at the Karnak Temple, where it would have been the most enormous obelisk ever created.

Temple of Philae
During the Ptolemaic era, the divine tale of Philea Temple was written in remembrance of the great sacrifice made by the motherly and heaving goddess Isis. The legendary tale of Osiris' wife, Isis, and her son Horus is written over the enormous walls of the Philae Temple.

We will transport you to the 5-star luxury Nile cruise, where you can check in, eat lunch and dinner, and spend the night.

Meals: Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner. | Overnight: Onboard the Nile Cruise.

Day 2: Abu Simbel Temples

You will start the day with an early morning breakfast before an expert Egyptologist takes you in a private air-conditioned car to see:

Abu Simbel Temple
Ozymandias Ramses the Great, who lived from 1292-1186 BC, constructed the massive Temple of Abu Simbel around 1200 BC. The temple was created to celebrate his triumph in the momentous Battle of Kadesh, which led to the signing of Egypt's first peace treaty. The structure was constructed in honor of Queen Nefertari, who was highly esteemed by Hathor and happened to be the wife of the builder.

To start sailing, we will transport you back to your Nile cruise, where lunch and dinner will be served.
Appreciate all the surrounding natural scenery as you travel.

Meals: Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner. | Overnight: Onboard the Nile Cruise.

Day 3: Kom Ombo Temple

After breakfast, you will be escorted by your Egyptologist guide in a contemporary A/C vehicle.

Kom Ombo Temple
One of the temples constructed during the Ptolemaic era to worship the two gods of Sobel and Haroeris was the large and majestic double temples of Kom Ombo, which were completed in 205 BC and 180 BC, respectively. The unusual double temple will reveal the medical equipment utilized in prehistoric Egypt.

After that, you will return to your cruise ship for a delectable lunch meal as you head into Edfu.

A horse-drawn carriage will meet you there and transport you to see:

Temple of Edfu
The falcon sky deity Horus' epic headquarters is the magnificent and exceptionally well-preserved Edfu Temple, which was built on the sacred site of his victory. which can be seen from all sides of Edfu's great walls, between 237 and 27 BC.

Return to the cruise ship, to travel via Esna to Luxor, arriving in Luxor late at night.

Meals: Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner. | Overnight: Onboard the Nile Cruise.

Day 4: Experience Luxor Treasures

After the family has breakfast on board the cruise ship, the Egyptologist will take you in an air-conditioned vehicle to the sites on the east and west banks of Luxor:

The Kings' Valley
The magnificent Valley of the Kings is a legendary structure built during the New Kingdom (1570–1070 BC). It is the sole part of the mythological hill in the Theban triangle and contains 63 tombs for Rameses II, Seti I, Amenhotep I, Hatshepsut, Tutankhamun, and many other notable individuals.

Temple of Hatshepsut
A wonder of the ancient world, the magnificent and classical Hatshepsut temple preserves the legacy of Queen Hatshepsut (1508–1458 BC). Senenmut, Amun's central Overseer of the Golden Works, created it in 1479 BC to celebrate both their great accomplishments.

Memnon's Colossi
The enchanted Colossi of Amenhotep III (1368–1350 BC) were built in 1350 BC and transported about 700 kilometers to stand at the city's entrance. The epic mythical narrative has 107 Latin and Greek inscriptions from the Roman era that majestically detail his beliefs and accomplishments.

After that, we will have lunch at a reputable restaurant before going to see:

Temple of Karnak
The celestial gods of the 18th dynasty, Theban triad of Mut, Khunso, and Amun, as well as many more, reside in the mysterious Karnak temple complex.

After that, the amazing Nile Cruise trip ends, so book with us now for 4-day Nile Cruise in Luxor and Aswan with Respect Egypt Tours.

Meals: Breakfast - Lunch.


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Frequently asked questions

As you travel between Cairo and Luxor, there are several must-visit sites along the way:

Giza: Explore the Great Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx.
Saqqara: Visit the Step Pyramid of Djoser, the oldest stone pyramid in Egypt.
Memphis: Discover ancient ruins and the colossal statue of Ramses II.
Beni Suef: Enjoy scenic views along the Nile River and embrace the local culture.
Minya: Explore the rock-cut tombs of Beni Hasan, showcasing vibrant wall paintings.
Amarna: Witness the remnants of Pharaoh Akhenaten's capital city.
Abydos: Marvel at the Temple of Seti I and the Abydos King List.

These remarkable sites offer a glimpse into Egypt's ancient wonders as you make your way from Cairo to Luxor.

Absolutely! Luxor is easily accessible from Hurghada, offering a seamless and exhilarating journey through ancient Egyptian history. By venturing from the stunning coastal city of Hurghada to the awe-inspiring land of Luxor, you'll embark on a remarkable adventure that will leave you spellbound.

Luxor, often referred to as the world's greatest open-air museum, is a treasure trove of archaeological wonders. From the grandeur of the Valley of the Kings to the majestic Temple of Karnak, Luxor boasts an abundance of captivating sites that will transport you back in time.

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