4 Days
Aswan, Luxor
Group Size
All Seasons
Airfare Included

get to know Aswan in 3 days cruise ,Enjoy the amazing Nile view with sent of history


All sight seen in the program
Tour guide
Full board (without drinks)
All transfers by (AC) private van


Entrance fees
All extra personal spending
Any thing that you want to add in your program


Day 1: Aswan

Early the morning, arrival in Aswan, reception by our representative and Visits Temple of Philae, dedicated to the worship of the Isis goddess, then the granite career with the Unfinished Obelisk and finally the High Nasser Stopping giving rise to the Lake Nasser. Transfer to your boat, installation in your cabin, Lunch, departure of the boat for return to Luxor. To dinner on board followed on one oriental show (evening costume with Eastern spectacle: dancer and traditional music), Night on board.


Day 2: Komombo / Edfu / Esna

Breakfast on board. Visit Temple of Kom Ombo, whose characteristic is to be dedicated to two divinities: Sobek (with head of crocodile) and Horus (with head of falcon), Navigation towards Edfu. Lunch, Departure in the barouche for the visit of the Temple of Edfu, the Holy City of Horus and the temple built in its honor. This temple with extravagant dimensions is preserved best of all Egypt, Navigation until Luxor, and night on board.


Day 3: Esna / Luxor

Breakfast on board, Visit Temple of Karnak, dedicated to the main thing of the worship to the glory of the Amon god, but like many other Egyptian temples, other gods and goddesses were venerated there. It is the known religious site oldest in the world. And the Temple of Luxor, It was devoted to the dynastic god Amon under his two aspects of celestial Amon-Rê and ithyphallic divinity. The currently visible oldest parts go up in Amenhotep III and Ramsès II, Dinner and night on board.


Day 4: Luxor

Breakfast on board, discovered of the Valley of the Kings, where the majority of the Pharaohs of XVIII to the XX dynasty were made bury and the Valley of the Queens, is the necropolis of the royal wives, of the girls, sometimes of wire of the kings of XIX and XX dynasties. Then continuation towards the two imposing Colossi of Memnon, last vestiges of the gigantic funerary temple of Amenhotep III which does not exist nowadays any more. And finally the visit of the Temple of Hatshepsout, the funerary temple of Hatchepsout, dedicated to the Amon god, but also to the gods Anubis and Hathor. This temple thébain is single and is distinguished from the other temples because it is partly dug in the rock of the mountain thébaine to which it leans, and rises on three terraces connected by approach ramps , transfer you to your destination ( Airport / Station / Hotel) )

Aswan Holiday Tour