Nebyt Dahabiya 08 Days/07 nights From Aswan to luxor

Cruise Itinerary

Day One:

Embarkation in Aswan and Lunch on board.

Visit the High Dam, the Old Dam and the unfinished obelisk, lying in ancient granite quarries of Aswan, and then proceed to Philae Temple

Dinner on board and Overnight at Aswan west bank.

Day Two:

Possibility for optional visit to Abu Simbel Temple

Breakfast on board

Visit Aswan Botanical Garden and Gharb Sohail village (Nubian Village)

After Lunch sailing to Herdiab Island (14H00)

Enjoying Tea time with the magnificent sunset during sailing

Dinner and overnight near Herdiab Island

Day Three:

Breakfast on board

Enjoying Herdiab island sandy beach which you can swim & enjoy the amazing nature ,Lunch while sailing to KomOmbo

Visit temple of Kom Ombo dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek and the falcon-headed Horus the elder, god of the morning sun.

Sailing to Beshir Island.

BBQ Dinner at Beshir Island and Overnight

Day Four:

Early sailing to Gabal el Silsila and breakfast on board while sailing.

Visit Gabal el Silsila and Sandstone quarries.

Lunch during sailing Edfu.

Dinner and overnight near Edfu

Day Five:

Breakfast while sailing to Edfu.

Visit Edfu Temple, one of best preserved temples of Greco Roman era, that of Horus at Edfu, Experience the horse drawn carriage ride back and forth to the temple,Lunch and sail to el Kab village

Visit el Kab temple.

Dinner on board and overnight on el Hegz Island (near Esna).Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)

Day Six:

Breakfast on board while sailing Esna.

Visit Esna Temple.

Lunch on board and crossing Esna lock and sail to Luxor.

Dinner and overnight in Luxor West Bank.

Day seven:

After breakfast, visit the West Bank Necropolis, the burial ground of the Pharaohs the Valley of the Kings, where Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tutankhamen in 1922.

Proceed to the nearby Valley of the Queens, the mortuary temple of Hatshepsut and the Colossi of Memnon,Lunch on board.After Lunch, visit East bank, the gigantic temples complex of Karnak, followed by the awesome Luxor Temple started by Amenophis III in the 14th century B.C. and extended by Ramsis II.Dinner & Overnight at Luxor west bank.

Day Eight:

Breakfast and disembarkation from Luxor west bank

Itineraries may be changed without prior notice due to navigational circumstances, may be in sequences but not in visits