5 Days
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Tour Price: From 1100 €

 Nile Cruise from Hurghada, Luxor, and Aswan

There is nothing more beautiful than navigating among the most beautiful Egyptian tourist attractions at all, starting from the oldest city in the world, sailing to the south on a cruise ship, for every sunrise. Make the trip more interesting and make us one of the distinguished tour providers. Discover the landmarks of Pharaonic Luxor, where the temples of Karnak are in the east, the Maven of the Kings in the west, and the temple of the mighty beautiful Queen Hatshepsut. Travel south through the Nile with green plants on its banks, to reach the wonderful temple of Edfu. Sail south to reach  Kom Ombo temple; this is not all. Continue south to reach the wonderful city of Aswan, where the past and the present and the Nile River are mixed with giant rocks and majestic temples where the High Dam stands, which was an Egyptian patriotic dream. Would you like to know how obelisks were made in Pharaonic Egypt? Here is the unfinished obelisk of Queen Hatshepsut,  Philae Temple on the beautiful island of Philae and the majestic Abu Simbel temples, all of this and more only through this trip Nile Cruise Luxor Aswan 4 nights 5 days

From where can I make this program?

if you are in Hurghada, Elgouna, Sahel Hashesh, Soma bay, Safaga, Marsa Alam, or Luxor 

  • Nile Cruise from Luxor to Aswa.
  • Luxor Attractions.
  • Aswan attractions.
  • All transfers mentioned above with an air-conditioned vehicle
  • Entrance fees for all the sightseeing mentioned above.
  • A professional guide speaks your language
  • 4 nights in 5 Stander 5 stars boat, based on full board.
  • Arrival-departure assists.
  • Luggage handling
  • Nubian Village
  • Abu Simbel temple
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Felucca riding
  • Nile Cruise tipping
  • Guide Tipping
Day 1 Nile Cruise from Hurghada

if you are in Hurghada, Makadi bay, Sahl Hasheesh, or Soma Bay Get transferred by modern Car or van to Luxor City The drive will be around 4 Hours

Meet The Guide at Luxor and if you are arriving at Luxor Train Station or Luxor Airport the guide also will meet you there.

Your Egyptologist guide with your name on a sign to start your cruise with him.

You will start your visit with your guide to the Karnak complex of Karnak temples which is considered to be one of the largest complexes in the world. The temple has an astonishing number of temples, shrines, pylons, hypostyle halls, and sacred lakes.

Your guide will open his mines of information for you and he will explain the history of the city of Luxor plus the history of the complex and its rich political and architectural history. Free time to take some nice photos for the Karnak complex then you will go with your guide to your Nile cruise boat. Lunch will be on board then free time at leisure and overnight on board.


Day 2 Luxor Esna – Edfu

Breakfast will be on board then your guide will take you to the fantastic west bank to watch the silent movie on the walls of the places you will visit today, about the houses, the gardens, the silent movie on the walls of the tombs, vineyard, sport, celebration, music, and fun.

You will start your tour with the Valley of the Kings with its 64 tombs including the tomb of the boy-king Tutankhamun which is an extra charge and your guide will recommend for you 3 very nice tombs out of the opened ones.

The next stop will be the unique temple of the queen Hatshepsut, which is really unique in its design and scenes on its walls.

Finally, you will visit the ruins of the biggest funerary temple on the west bank of the Nile and its immense Colossi of Memnon. Back to the boat then sail to Esna, overnight on board.



Day 3 Edfu Kom Ombo Aswan

Breakfast will be on board then enjoy the sailing time to Edfu. Now you have to be ready for your adventure to visit the Horus temple of Edfu temple with a Horse-drawn carriage.

The temple is in perfect condition of conservation and it has some of the most important stories all over Egypt like the struggle between Horus and Seth, the ritual of building the temple, Nilometer, Mammisi, and much more on the walls, another silent movie you will watch before you will go back to your boat for lunch on board while sailing towards Kom Ombo.

Tea and cake will be served on the upper deck during the sail

then you will visit with your guide the unique double temple for the god Horus and God Sobek the crocodile.

Kom Ombo temple is very rich with unique scenes like the Calendar, the surgery instruments, the scenes which talk about pregnancy and giving birth, Nilometer, and mummified crocodiles.

After the visit, you can enjoy a drink in a typical Nubian café then back to the boat, sail to Aswan, have Dinner, and Gallabia party then overnight in Aswan.

Day 4 Aswan

Breakfast on board, then you will start your visit to one of the most important touristic cities in Egypt with its unique location and incredible weather.

You will start with Aswan High Dam, which is 15 km from Aswan. On the way, you will pass by the old dam, which was made by the British in 1902.

After that, you will visit the romantic Temple of Philae which was 500 meters far from the current site. To reach the site of the temple on its island in the middle of the Nile, you will get a motorboat.

The last stop will be the granite quarries from where they cut their obelisks and statues. There you will see the unfinished obelisk of the queen Hatshepsut which is 42 meters then you will be driven back to the boat for lunch and free time at leisure.

Later on, you will enjoy the last dinner on board then the Nubian show, and 1 hour of walking with your guide to visit the Aswan souk. It's known that Aswan is filled with shops that sell the most fragrant scents and colorful spices, sweet-smelling perfumes, bright scarves, and well-designed baskets which you can buy as souvenirs, back to the boat, and overnight in Aswan.

Day 5 Disembarkation and transfer back to Hurghada

Enjoy your last breakfast on board then disembark and get transferred back to Hurghada, get the VIP train from Aswan to Qena and then a private car to Hurghada.

Would you like to get a flight to Cairo from Aswan? This can be an option

What to Take With You
  • Long, baggy skirts and/or pants.
  • Wide-brimmed hat.
  • Comfortable walking shoes.
  • Long-sleeved t-shirts.
  • Sunglasses.
  • A light fleece or jacket if travelling outside of summer.
What is the best month for a Nile cruise?
The best time to cruise the Nile river is between October and April. During these months the weather is not too hot, meaning you can get the most out of your day trips to the iconic sights from Luxor to Aswan.
What makes a Nile cruise so popular?
Part of that is tradition, and part of it is practicality; after all, many of the most famous sites are located directly on the river, making a cruise the easiest way to travel between them. At night, many of the temples and monuments are illuminated, and the sight of them from the water is simply breathtaking.
Is there WiFi on the Nile cruises?
Some Nile River Cruises provide the service of WiFi to their guests on board but the majority of Nile River Cruises don't have such a service so we highly recommend bringing a local SIM card upon arrival with 16 MB internet and it costs around 12 USD Per Card
How much do Nile cruises cost?
The cheapest 4-day Nile cruises start at US$210. Luxury cruises are more expensive. For a 5-day trip, prices begin at US$310 per person, rising to US$480 for high-luxury cruises.