4 Days in Egypt for Christmas and New Year’s

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Embark on a luxurious and exhilarating adventure with Respect Egypt Tours and experience 4 Days in Egypt for Christmas and New Year’s.
This extraordinary journey will take you from Luxor to Aswan as you explore the wonders of southern Egypt.

Firstly, immerse yourself in the captivating ambiance of Aswan.
Our Egyptologist will accompany you as you visit the High Dam, an engineering marvel in Egypt.
Marvel at the Uncompleted Obelisk is a testament to ancient craftsmanship.
Delve into the mythical tales of the Philae Temple, a magnificent tribute to the goddess Isis.

Get your family and marvel in a Nile Cruise Family Adventure 4-Day in Egypt.

Afterward, prepare to visit the Kom Ombo Temple, a unique structure honoring the gods Haroeris and Sobek.
Uncover the secrets of the Edfu Temple, a majestic testament to Egypt’s rich history and divine protection.

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In Luxor, explore the hidden treasures of the Kings’ Valley, where the tombs of renowned pharaohs and nobles.
Behold the awe-inspiring Hatshepsut Temple, an architectural masterpiece carved into the cliffs.
Completing the Christmas tour, Encounter the imposing Colossi of Memnon, silent guardians of the past in Egypt.
Finally, Enjoy the grandeur of the Karnak Temples, the largest religious complex on Earth.

Also, indulge in the opulent comforts of a 5-star luxury Nile cruise, where you will have delicious meals and enchanting views along the Nile River.

In conclusion, this tour offers an opportunity to witness the wonders of ancient Egypt in a luxurious setting.
Our knowledgeable guides and impeccable services ensure an unforgettable experience.
Join us for 4 Days in Egypt for Christmas and New Year’s, and let the magic of Egypt unfold before you.

And for another option for Christmas, here is another package: An Egyptian Christmas trip for 5 days in Cairo and Luxor.


  • High Dam at Aswan
  • The Uncompleted Obelisk
  • Temple of Philae
  • Kom Ombo Temple
  • Temple of Edfu
  • The Kings' Valley
  • Temple of Hatshepsut
  • Memnon's Colossi
  • The Karnak Temples


  • Sightseeing as per the schedule.
  • Egyptologist Guide.
  • All Services and Taxes.
  • Transfers to and from your location are made.
  • A private air-conditioned vehicle.
  • A bottle of water during the tour.
  • Tipping.
  • Insurance.
  • Tours optional.
  • Any personal items.
  • Drinks


Day 1: Take in Aswan's Charming Ambiance

We will pick you up from your Aswan hotel early in the morning to begin your four-day Egypt tour with your personal Egyptologist guide. Christmas Nile cruise, including stops at the tourist sites in Aswan:

High Dam at Aswan
The ground-breaking High Dam of Aswan was constructed in the middle of the 1960s to give Egypt the golden opportunity to enter the industrial age, safeguard it from floods, and generate power.

The Uncompleted Obelisk
The Unfinished Obelisk was cut into the bedrock to stand at the Karnak temple on Queen Hatshepsut's command. It is Egypt's most significant open-air museum (1508-1458 BC). However, it was damaged during the carving process, which was intended to result in an object that was 1000 tonnes in weight and 42 meters tall overall.

Temple of Philae
The blessed Philae Temple is included in the most fabled "Myth of Osiris" account that has endured the test of time. It is one of the oldest and best-preserved temples ever created, added between 282 and 145 BC during the Ptolemaic era in honor of Isis, the goddess of motherhood. Ending of the day, we will Transfer you to a 5* luxury Nile cruise to check in and spend the night there after the day.

Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. | Overnight: On board the Cruise.

Day 2: Kom Ombo Temple

Next morning with Respect Egypt Tours will be amazing. Starting with your breakfast onboard, then you will explore:

Temple of Kom Ombo
During the Ptolemaic period, from 180 BC to 47 BC, the Kom Ombo Temple was built. This ancient Egyptian temple had a double design and was constructed to honor two gods. Haroeris, also known as "Horus, the Elder," was worshiped in the northern part of the temple, while Sobek, the Nile crocodile god, was honored in the southern part. It is one of the last ancient Egyptian temples ever.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. | Overnight: On board the Cruise.

Day 3: Explore the Magnificent Edfu Temple

You will enjoy a great breakfast in the morning before joining your tour guide to visit:

Temple of Edfu
The Edfu Temple, constructed on fabled grounds where the conflict between the patron sky deity Horus and Set took place, is one of Egypt's most prominent and best-preserved temples. The temple was erected on the west bank of the Nile between 237 BC and 57 BC during the Ptolemaic dynasty to serve as a mythical representation of strength and divine protection.

Sailing onward to Luxor during the night, lunch and dinner will be provided on the cruise.

Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. | Overnight: On board the Cruise.

Day 4: Explore Luxor City's History beyond What Is Obvious

After breakfast, disembark the ship, and get ready to finish your 4 Days in Egypt for Christmas and New Year's by visiting the sights of Luxor, beginning with:

The Kings' Valley
With 63 tombs belonging to the most well-known kings and queens and highly prominent nobles who lived throughout the New Kingdom from the 18th to the 20th dynasties, the dazzling Valley of the Kings is a magnificent underground labyrinth of history and luxury. (1570 – 1050 BC). The valley can present the most astounding details and information regarding that time's fanciful religious beliefs and sacrificial customs.

Temple of Hatshepsut
Holy of holies, the most perfect and ethereal architectural masterpiece, The Hatshepsut Temple can stand out as a vision of beauty and majesty that was carved in the cliffs and the Deir El Bahari in 1479 BCE to honor her accomplishments and her function as the primary golden wife of Amun.

Memnon's Colossi
Since Amenhotep III built the magnificent Colossi of Memnon, which are seated sculptures that stand 18 meters tall, in 1350 BC, they have withstood the test of time. (60 ft). We can learn more about his life, family, and beliefs through all the inscriptions on the statues, which were repaired numerous times.

Lunch hour
Have lunch at a local eatery in Luxor before going to:

The Karnak Temples
The mythical Karnak Temple Complex, the largest religious complex on earth, was built between 1971 BC and 30 BC to honor the Theban triad of the 18th dynasty of Mut, Amun, and Khonsu. It can display the most architectural marvels, including the Hypostyle Hall, the avenue of the Sphinxes, and more. Finally, to cap off your four-day Egypt Christmas Nile cruise vacation, we will transfer you to whatever location you like in Luxor.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.


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