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M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise

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Alexander The Great Nile cruise Panoramic suite

Panoramic suite

Max Guests:
2
Max Kids:
1

** Rate includes sightseeing, all transfers by private coaches, private guide, entrance fees and accommodation on full board basis.
** Child from 2-6 years old will be charged 10 % & from 6-12 years old will be charged 50 % from adult rate
** Rates are not valid during peak periods which are Christmas & New Year from 22-Dec. to 04 Jan & Easter

Alexander The Great Nile cruise standard suite

Standard suite

Max Guests:
2
Max Kids:
1

** Rate includes sightseeing, all transfers by private coaches, private guide, entrance fees and accommodation on full board basis.
** Child from 2-6 years old will be charged 10 % & from 6-12 years old will be charged 50 % from adult rate
** Rates are not valid during peak periods which are Christmas & New Year from 22-Dec. to 04 Jan & Easter

Luxurious 5 stars Nile cruises
5 star
Egypt
Luxor
Luxor City, Egypt
11:30 AM
08:00 AM
3 nights

M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise description

Category: Luxurious 5 stars

M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise offers 3 nights Nile cruise of Egypt tours. Alexander The Great Nile cruise also offers 4 nights Nile cruise and 7 nights Nile cruise tours. The Nile river cruise ship offers a sophisticated cruise experience with exceptional standards and smart accommodation. M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise features an intimate atmosphere and tasteful decor. It also features stylish furnishings. M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise is the M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise Egypt perfect way to cruise the Nile in style. All of the 30 air-conditioned cabins of M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise have Nile views. They individually designed to provide an attractive blend of colors, texture and atmosphere. The spacious cabins all have en-suite bathroom with bath tub, bathrobes and hairdryer. They also have vanity mirror, mini- bar, Satellite TV and DVD player and personal safe.

M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise Accommodation:

  • 30 cabins.

M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise Guest Cabin Facilities:

  • 100% Egyptian cotton over sized bath towels.
  • On – allergenic foam pillows.
  • Four satellite channels ( when docked ).
  • Air conditioning.
  • Egyptian cotton bathrobes.
  • Full size soak in tub.
  • Magnified mirror.
  • Hairdryer.
  • Wall telephone.
  • Teak floors.

M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise Facilities & Services:M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise Egypt

  • Conference and meeting: You can count on the “Red Fiesta” restaurant room. This room perfectly suited for the organization of meetings. It is for small (10 – 25 persons) and larger groups (25 – 50 persons). Conference facilities include micro projector, overhead, slides, flip chart and screen.
  • Executive Club: It offers an excellent choice of services and facilities. Moreover, it is to meet the needs of both VIP leisure guests and business travelers. Five luxurious suites have the extra benefit of a private lounge and terrace. It is with wonderful views of the Nile, and all-day butler service.
  • Facilities: Rejuvenation, body and soul, is the aim of Alexander the Great. Nothing restores the spirit more than a little pampering to that end. On board you’ll find a spa offering massages, sauna, Turkish bath and mini gym. The cruise features two souvenir, jewelry shops and a hairdresser.
  • Gymnasium: Located on the sun deck and features two exercise machines. Children under the age of 12 not allowed to use this facility without adult supervision.
  • Wake Up Calls: Automatic wake-up calls made through the reception desk. It is according to your itinerary. If you desire an earlier wake-up call please inform the reception desk before turning in.
  • Laundry service is available aboard.
  • Telephone Calls: International / local calls and faxes can made through the reception desk.
  • Internet Room located in the upper deck.

Entertainment on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise:M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise Egypt

  • In House Movies: Enjoy a selection of the latest international movies in the Upstairs lounge / bar. It accompanied by surround system. Movies also shown on your TV set in your suite.
  • Egyptian Nights: The guest requested to wear a traditional Egyptian Galabeyya. It is to create a traditional atmosphere.
  • Nubian Show: The Nubian dancers and singer await the guests in the upstairs for a traditional Nubian folklore dance.

M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise Technical Data:

  • Length: 70 meters Breadth: 11.5 meters Draft: 1.50 meters Speed: 10 km. Schottel hydraulic navigating system. Two MAN marine type generators 250 KW. Two Deutz Main Diesel Marine type engines 460 HP each. Vacuum toilet system. Radar and short-wave radio..
  • Drinking Water: Water purification:4 filter process including chlorine and ultraviolet treatment. It is not advisable to drink the tap water.
  • Safety & Security: Built under the Germanischer Lloyd Specifications. Emergency ceiling lights located in all outlets corridor. Fire extinguishers located in every suite, corridors and public areas. Blohm & Voss fire resistant partitions and ceilings. Fire hoses are available in all public areas and at the end of all corridors. Life jackets are available in you cupboard. Life boats and rafts are available on the sun deck . Under supervision of Crystal International Britannia Ltd. Food safety division..

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M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise Schedule:

  • 04 Days / 03 nights Ex Aswan every Saturday.
  • 05 Days / 04 nights Ex Luxor every Tuesday.
  • 08 Days / 07 nights Ex Aswan every Saturday.
  • 08 Days / 07 nights Ex Luxor every Tuesday.

Day 1:

Elephantine Island -AswanUpon arrival Aswan airport, there will be meeting and assist by our representative. And then, there will be also a transfer to M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise by private coach. Embarkation on the cruise will be before lunch. Lunch will be on the Nile river cruise board. The time will be at leisure till afternoon. And then, we will sail by traditional Nile Felucca on the Nile. Sailing will be along the shores of Elephantine Island and Aga Khan Mausoleum. Tea and Coffee served in the early evening on the cruise board. Dinner and overnight will be also on the Nile river cruise board.

** Optional Tour: Excursion to Abu Simbel temples either by private coach or by domestic flight.

Abu Simbel TemplesAbu Simbel temples are 300 km southwest of Aswan (about 300 km by road). The complex is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. It known as the “Nubian Monuments” which run from Abu Simbel downriver to Philae (near Aswan). In fact, The twin temples originally carved out of the mountainside. It was during the reign of Pharaoh Ramses II in the 13th century BC. They are a lasting monument to himself and his queen Nefertari. The temples erected to commemorate his alleged victory at the Battle of Kadesh. Moreover, it was also to intimidate his Nubian neighbors. Abu Simbel complex relocated in its entirety in 1968. It is now on an artificial hill. The complex is high above the Aswan High Dam reservoir.

Day 2:

Aswan High Dam -AswanBreakfast will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. Today we will visit Aswan High Dam which built in 1960. The dam contains 18 times the material used in the Great Pyramid of Giza. It is 11,811 feet long, 3215 feet thick at the base and 363 feet tall. Proceed to the Unfinished Obelisk. It made of the red granite which used for the ancient temples and colossi. In fact, they came from quarries in the Aswan area. The obelisk weighs more or less than 2.3 million pound. And then, we will visit the beautiful Philae Temple. The temple risen from the water of the Nile. Unfinished Obelisk -AswanLunch will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. It is while the Nile river cruise sails to Kom Ombo.

In Kom Ombo we will visit Kom Ombo Temple.Kom Ombo Temple - Aswan It is the Ptolemaic Temple of Sobek and Haroeries. The actual temple started by Ptolemy Vl Philometor in the early second century BC. And then, we will return back to M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise. Relax on the sun deck and watch primitive villages on the banks of the river glide. Tea and Coffee served in the early evening. While sailing to Edfu, we will enjoy a sumptuous oriental dinner on the cruise board. The dinner is includes dance all night away to the Egyptian Galabeya Party. Overnight will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board.

Day 3:

Edfu Temple - LuxorBreakfast will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. This morning, we visit Edfu’s beautiful preserved Edfu Temple. The temple also known as Horus temple, the Falcon God. It built in (237 BC), during the reigns of six Ptolemy’s. Moreover, the temple is indeed the best preserved temple in Ancient Egypt. It is the second largest after Karnak Temple. Edfu Temple built from sandstone blocks. The huge Ptolemaic temple constructed over the site of a smaller earlier temple. It oriented east to west, towards the river.

The later structure of the temple faces north to south. It leaves the ruined remains of the older temple pylon to seen on the east side of the first court. Indeed, little known about the first Horus temple. There is an inscription evidence that New Kingdom rulers Seti I, Ramses II and III did building work there. Lunch will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. Sailing to Luxor through Esna lock while Tea and Coffee served in the early evening. Dinner and overnight will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board.

Day 4:

Colossi of Memnon - LuxorBreakfast will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board before disembarkation. And then, we cross to the west bank of the Nile to visit the Colossi of Memnon. They are two massive stone statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III. For the past 3400 years (since 1350 BC) they stood in the Theban necropolis. It was across the River Nile from the modern city of Luxor. And then, we will go to the Valley of Kings and Valley of Queens to visit Hatshepsut Hatshepsut Temple - LuxorTemple. The temple located beneath the cliffs at on the west bank of the Nile. It is near the Valley of the Kings in Luxor.

The mortuary temple dedicated to the sun god Amon-Ra. Karnak Temple - LuxorLunch will be at local restaurant. And then, we will tour the awe inspiring Luxor temple. Luxor temple founded in 1400 BC and built with sandstone from the Gebel el-Silsila area. The area located in south-western Egypt. And then, we will continue to visit Karnak Temple. The temple comprises a vast mix of decayed temples, chapels, pylons and other buildings. Furthermore, building at the complex began in the reign of Sesostris I in the Middle Kingdom.

Day 1:

Luxor Temple - LuxorUpon arrival Luxor, our representative will meet, assist and transfer you to the Nile river cruise. Embarkation on the cruise will be before the lunch. Karnak Temple - LuxorLunch will be on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. And then, we will visit Luxor temple. The temple founded in 1400 BC and built from sandstone from Gebel el-Silsila area, south western Egypt. And then, we will visit Karnak Temple. The temple features a vast mix of decayed temples, chapels, pylons and other buildings. And then, we will be back to M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise. Dinner and overnight will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board.

Day 2:

Colossi of Memnon - LuxorBreakfast will be also on the cruise board. An the, we will cross to the west bank of the Nile to visit the Colossi of Memnon. The colossi are two massive stone statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III. The statues stood for the past 3400 years in the Theban necropolis. Hatshepsut Temple - Luxor They are across the Nile River from the modern city of Luxor. And then, will go to the Valley of Kings and Queens to visit Hatshepsut Temple. The temple located under the cliffs at Deir el Bahari on the west bank of the Nile. Moreover, the temple is near the Valley of the Kings in Egypt.

The mortuary temple dedicated to the sun god Amon-Ra. It located next to the mortuary temple of Mentuhotep II. Moreover, the temple served as an inspiration and later as a quarry. Lunch will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board while sailing to Edfu through Esna lock. Dinner and overnight will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board.

Day 3:

Edfu Temple - LuxorBreakfast will be also on the cruise board. Kom Ombo Temple - AswanAnd then, we will visit the beautiful preserved Horus temple. In fact, it indeed the best preserved of all Egyptian temples which built by the Ptolemy’s. Lunch will be on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board while sailing to Kom Ombo. Over there, we will visit the Temple of Sobek the crocodile god, situated on the riverbank. And then, the Nile cruise river will sail to Aswan. We will enjoy an oriental dinner and dance all night away on Nile river cruise board. Overnight will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board.

Day 4:

Aswan High Dam -AswanBreakfast will be also on the cruise board. And then, we will visit Aswan High Dam. It is an embankment dam which situated across the Nile River in Aswan. And then, we will visit the Unfinished Obelisk. The obelisk located in the northern region of the stone quarries of ancient Egypt in Aswan. Lunch will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. PM, we will sail on the Nile by traditional Nile Felucca. Sailing will be along the shores of Elephantine Island and Philae Unfinished Obelisk -AswanTemple. The temple located at Philae Island. Philae Island was a rocky island in the middle of the River Nile, south of Aswan.

Phila Temple - AswanThe island called in Hieroglyphic “Apo” which means Ivory and also known by the Greek “Elephantine”. It was most probably because it was an important center of trade, especially for ivory. The Ancient Egyptians built a beautiful and magnificent temple on this island for the Goddess Isis. In fact, the temple became submerged after the first Aswan dam built in 1906. It was until the seventies when many nations attempted to save the temple. Dinner and overnight will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board.

Day 5:

Breakfast will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. Disembarkation will be after the breakfast. Transfer to Aswan airport.

** Optional Tour: Excursion to Abu Simbel temples either by private coach or by domestic flight.
Abu Simbel TemplesAbu Simbel temples are 300 km southwest of Aswan. In fact, Abu Simbel complex is a part of UNESCO World Heritage Site. It known as the “Nubian Monuments” and run from Abu Simbel downriver to Philae . Furthermore, The twin temples originally carved out of the mountainside. It was during the reign of Pharaoh Ramses II in the 13th century BC. They are a lasting monument to himself and his queen Nefertari. It was to commemorate his alleged victory at the Battle of Kadesh. It was also to intimidate his Nubian neighbors. The complex relocated in its entirety in 1968. It is now on an artificial hill. The hill made from a domed structure, high above the Aswan High Dam reservoir.

Day 1:

Upon arrival Luxor airport there will be meet and assist. Transfer to M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise by private coach. Embarkation on the Nile river cruise will be before the lunch. Lunch, dinner and overnight will be also on the Nile river cruise board.

Day 2:

Esna Temple - LuxorBreakfast will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. The Nile cruise river will sail to Esna to visit Esna Temple. The temple dedicated to the ram headed God Khnum, the God of Creation. Tuthmosis III laid the foundation of the temple in the 18th Dynasty. The Ptolemaic and Roman Emperors completed it from 40-250 AC. Moreover, their names recorded all over the temple walls. Lunch will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. And then the cruise will sail to Kom Ombo.

Kom Ombo Temple - AswanIn Kom Ombo, we will visit Kom Ombo Temple. In fact, the temple is the Ptolemaic temple of Sobek an Haroeries. It located in the town of Kom Ombo, about 28 miles north of Aswan. The temple dates back to Ptolemy’s and built on a high dune overlooking the Nile. And then, we will return back M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise. Tea and coffee also served in the early evening on the cruise board. While we sail to Aswan, we will enjoy an amazing oriental dinner. It is besides to dance all night away to the Egyptian Galabeya party. Overnight will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board.

Day 3:

Aswan High Dam -AswanBreakfast will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. Today we will visit Aswan High Dam which built in 1960. In fact, it contains 18 times the material used in the Great Pyramid of Cheops. The Dam is 11,811 feet long, 3215 feet thick at the base and 363 feet tall. Continue to visit the Unfinished Obelisk. The obelisk is much of the red granite used for the ancient temples and colossi. In fact, they came from quarries in the Aswan area. Around these quarries are many inscriptions. The inscriptions are of which describing successful quarrying projects.

Unfinished Obelisk - AswanThe Unfinished Obelisk located in the Northern Quarry. It still lies where a crack Philae Temple - Aswandiscovered as it hewn from the rock. The obelisk weighs more or less than 2.3 million pound. It is the world largest piece of stone which ever handled. In fact, a crack occurred and let to abandon it . Then we will visit the fascinating Philae Temple, rising from the water of the Nile. Lunch will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. Tea and Coffee also served in the early evening. Dinner and overnight will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board.

Day 4:

Breakfast will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. The time will be at leisure on the Nile river cruise board. Lunch will be also on the Nile river cruise board. Tea and Coffee also served in the early evening. Dinner and overnight will be also on the Nile river cruise board.

** Optional Tour: Excursion to Abu Simbel temples either by private coach or by domestic flight.
Abu Simbel TemplesAbu Simbel temples are 300 km southwest of Aswan. The complex is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Abut Simbel temples known as the “Nubian Monuments”. Moreover, the twin temples originally carved out of the mountainside. It was during the reign of Pharaoh Ramses II in the 13th century BC. They are the last monuments to his queen Nefertari and himself as well. He erected them to commemorate his alleged victory at Kadesh battle and to intimidate his Nubian neighbors. It relocated in its entirety in 1968. The temples are now on an artificial hill. It made from a domed structure.

Day 5:

Edfu Temple -LuxorBreakfast will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. And then, we will sail to Edfu. Lunch will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. In Edfu, we will visit the beautiful preserved Edfu Temple. The temple known as the Temple of Horus, the Falcon God. In fact, it built in 237 BC during the reigns of six Ptolemy’s. It indeed the best preserved temple in Ancient Egypt. Edfu temple is the second largest after Karnak temple. It built from sandstone blocks. The huge temple constructed over the site of a smaller earlier temple. It oriented east to west, towards the river.

Furthermore, the later structure of the temple faces north to south. It leaves the ruined remains of the older temple pylon to seen on the east side of the first court. In fact, little known about the first temple of Horus at Edfu. There is an inscription evidence that New Kingdom rulers Seti I, Ramses II and III did building work there. Tea and Coffee served in the early evening. Dinner and overnight will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board.

Day 6:

Breakfast will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. And then, we will sail to Luxor. Lunch will be also on the Nile river cruise board. Tea and Coffee also served in the early evening. Dinner and overnight will be also on the Nile river cruise board.

Day 7:

Hatshepsut Temple - LuxorBreakfast will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. And then, we will start the tour by crossing to the West bank of the Nile river. There, we will visit the Valley of Kings. The valley features many tombs chiseled deep into the Cliff side. From the 18th to the 20th dynasty, Memphis area and Pyramid style tombs abandoned. It was in favor of the West bank of the Nile in Thebes. Moreover, several great leaders as well as many less important rulers buried here. And more tombs discovered even today. The most famous is where Howard Carter discovered the treasure of Tutankhamen in 1922.

Colossi of Memnon - LuxorContinue to the Valley of Queens to visit the funerary temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir El Bahari. The design of the temple set at the head of the valley overshadowed by the peak of Thebes. Our last stop Karnak Temple - Luxorwill be at Colossi of Memnon. It built by Amenohotep III (18th Dynasty) as a mortuary temple in Thebes. It guarded by two gigantic statues of Amenhotep. Lunch will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. And then, we will visit Karnak Temple, the largest temple built by a man. Continue to visit Luxor temple. The temple built by two Pharaos, Amenhotep III and the King Ramses II. Dinner and overnight will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board.

Day 8:

Breakfast will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board before we disembark.


Day 1:

Upon arrival to Aswan airport, there will be meeting and assist by our representative. Transfer to M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise by private coach. Embarkation will be before the lunch. Lunch will be on the Nile river cruise board. And then, we will sail by felucca to visit Elephantine Island. Dinner and overnight will be also on the Nile river cruise board.

Day 2:

Aswan High Dam -AswanBreakfast will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. And then, we will visit the High Dam which built in 1960. It contains 18 times the material used in the Great Pyramid of Cheops. The Dam is 11,811 feet long, 3215 feet thick at the base and 363 feet tall. Consequently, today it provides irrigation and electricity for the Unfinished Obelisk -Aswanwhole of Egypt. And then, we will proceed to the Unfinished Obelisk. It made of the red granite. The red granite used for the ancient temples and colossi. They came from quarries in the Aswan area.

Philae Temple - AswanThe obelisk could have weight more or less than 2.3 million pound. It is the world largest piece of stone ever handled. A crack occurred which caused it to abandoned. And then, we will visit the beautiful Philae Temple, rising from the water of the Nile. There are many legends which connected to Philae. The most well known one tells the story of how Isis found the heart of Osiris here. Lunch will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board while we sail to Edfu passing by Kom Ombo. Tea and Coffee also served in the early evening. Dinner and overnight will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board.

Day 3:

Edfu Temple - LuxorBreakfast will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. And then, we will visit Edfu Temple. In fact, the temple known as the Temple of Horus, the Falcon God. Moreover, the temple built in 237 BC during the reigns of six Ptolemy’s. Edfu temple indeed the best preserved temple in Ancient Egypt. Furthermore, the temple is the second largest after Karnak Temple. And then, the Nile river cruise will to Luxor. Lunch will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. Tea and coffee also served in the early evening. In the evening, we will enjoy a unique oriental dinner with dancing party. Overnight will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board.

Day 4:

Hatshepsut Temple - LuxorBreakfast will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. And then, we will start the tour by getting to the West bank of the Nile. Over there, we will visit the Valley of Kings with its many tombs chiseled deep into the Cliff side. From the 18th to the 20th dynasty, Memphis area and Pyramid style tombs abandoned. It was in favor of the West bank of the Nile in Thebes. In fact, several great leaders as well as many less important rulers buried here. And more tombs discovered even today.

Colossi of Memnon - LuxorThe most famous is where Howard Carter discovered the treasure of Tutankhamen in 1922. And then, we continue to visit Valley of Queens. There, we will visit Hatshepsut temple at Deir El Bahari. The temple’s design set at the head of the valley overshadowed by the peak of Thebes. And then, we will stop at at the Colossi of Memnon. The site built by Amenohotep III as a mortuary temple in Thebes. In fact, the temple guarded by two gigantic statues of Amenhotep. Lunch will be also on the Nile river cruise board. Tea and Coffee served in the early evening. Dinner and overnight will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board.

Day 5:

Karnak Temple -LuxorBreakfast will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. And then, we will visit Karnak Temple, Luxor Temple -Luxorthe largest temple built in Egypt. The temple represents the combine achievement of many generation of ancient builders. Continue to visit Luxor temple. The temple built by two Pharaoh, Amenhotep III and the King Ramses II who built Abu Simbel Temple. Lunch will be also on the Nile river cruise board. Tea and Coffee served in the early evening. Dinner and overnight will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board.

Day 6:

Kom Ombo Temple - AswanBreakfast will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. And then, we will sail to Kom Ombo. There, we will visit Kom Ombo Temple. The temple is the Ptolemaic temple of Sobek and Haroeries. It located in the town of Kom Ombo, about 28 miles northern of Aswan. It dates back to Ptolemy’s, built on a high dune overlooking the Nile. The actual temple started by Ptolemy VI Philometor in the early second century BC. And then, we will return back to M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise. And then we will sail to Aswan. Lunch will be also on the Nile river cruise board. Tea and Coffee will served in the early evening. Dinner and overnight will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board.

Day 7:

Breakfast will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise board. The time will be at leisure to enjoy the Nile river cruise activities. Lunch will be also on the Nile river cruise board. Dinner and overnight will be also on M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise boat.

** Optional Tour: Excursion to Abu Simbel temples either by private coach or by domestic flight.

Abu Simbel TemplesAbu Simbel temples are 300 km southwest of Aswan. The twin temples originally carved out of the mountainside. It was during the reign of Pharaoh Ramses II in the 13th century BC. They are a lasting monument to himself and his queen Nefertari. It was to commemorate his alleged victory at the Battle of Kadesh. The complex was also to intimidate his Nubian neighbors. The complex relocated in its entirety in 1968. It is now on an artificial hill. The hill made from a domed structure, high above the Aswan High Dam reservoir.

Day 8:

Breakfast will be also on the cruise board. And then, we will disembarkation after the breakfast.

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Triple cabin is by adding an extra bed to the twin or double cabin. Child from 2-6 years old, sharing his/her parents cabin will be charged 10 % from the adult rate. Child from 6-12 years old, sharing his/her parents cabin will be charged 50 % from the adult rate. 12 years + 1 day will be charged as the adult.
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Amenities of M/Y Alexander The Great Nile cruise

  • Air conditioning
  • Coffee
  • Doorman
  • Elevator in building
  • Entertainment
  • Fire place
  • Fitness facility
  • Fridge
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  • Hot tub
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  • Phone
  • Room service
  • Smoking allowed
  • Suitable for events
  • Swimming pool
  • Television
  • Wi-fi
  • Wine bar

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In fact, Alexander The Great Nile cruise is a floating hotel, sails on the Nile river between Luxor and Aswan cities, Egypt. Moreover, there are other cruises which sail on Nasser's Lake between Aswan and Abu Simbel cities.

In fact, there are 5, 4 and 3 stars Nile cruises categories. This classification granted by the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism. Our own categorization is something else. It based on the real conditions of the cruise, food quality, services and staff. Moreover, it also based on punctuality, reputation, clients reviews and others. Furthermore, our own categorization based on long experience and dealing with the cruise. It goes from top rating to downgrade rating in sequence as follows: Luxurious 5 stars, Deluxe 5 stars, Superior 5 stars, standard 5 stars and 4 stars.

No. The cruise has fixed sailing schedule. Please check the Nile cruise ship schedule in this page.

Yes, three nights is the minimum stay on the cruise and you can't book neither one nor two nights stay.

In fact, accommodation on Alexander The Great Nile cruise based on full board. Moreover, breakfast, lunch and dinner offered daily on open buffet style.

In fact, the rate of Alexander The Great Nile cruise includes : Accommodation on full board basis * Sightseeing as per as itinerary * All entrance fees for the mentioned sites * All transfers by private air conditioned coaches * Private guide speaks your language. Guides who speak major languages are available. The rate excludes: Drinks during the meals * Tips * Any personal expenses

You can pay in cash. Moreover, USD, Euro, Sterling and Egyptian pounds are accepted. Visa, American Express, Master Card and Debit card also accepted on most of cruises. Please check in this page what modes of payment which cruise accept.

In fact, cruise cabins are: Single, Double, Triple and most of cruises have suites too.

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Payment should be settled through bank remittance. We will confirm the Nile cruise first. And then, we will send you our invoice which includes our bank details to act accordingly.

Yes you can as long as the cancellation is not less than 15 days prior arrival.

71-90 days prior arrival, you will get the full refund. 55-70 days prior arrival, you will get 75 % refund. 45-54 days prior arrival, you will get 50 % refund. 30-44 days prior arrival, you will get 25 % refund. 29 days prior arrival, you will get nothing.

We will refund you through bank remittance, deducting the bank remittance charge.

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