3 night Nile cruise tour Egypt itinerary, prices, booking
3 night Nile cruise tour is one of the most popular Nile cruise tours. In fact, the 3 night Nile cruise tour starts from Aswan by embarkation before the lunch. And then, the tour will include a visit to Aswan High dam and the unfinished obelisk. The tour itinerary includes also a visit to Elephantine Island and Philae temple. In fact, the tours also includes the visits of Kom Ombo, Edfu, Luxor and Karanka temples. The tour also includes the visits of Hateshpsut temple and Colossi of Memnon. In fact, the tour itinerary also includes a visit to the valley of the kings. The Valley of the kings located at the West bank of the Nile river. Here under is the detailed itinerary.
3 night Nile cruise tour day 1: Aswan
In fact, the tour will start upon your arrival at Aswan airport or station. Our representative will meet and assist you through the formalities and the procedures. And then, there will be a transfer to the Nile cruise. The embarkation on the cruise will be before lunch. In fact, the lunch will be on the Nile cruise board and the time will be at leisure till afternoon. And then, we will sail the by traditional Nile boat along the shores of Elephantine Island. In fact, tour itinerary will include a visit to Aga Khan Mausoleum. You will take the tea and coffee in the early evening on the cruise board. Dinner and overnight will be also on the Nile cruise board.
** Optional Tour: Excursion to Abu Simbel temples either by private coach or by domestic flight.
Abu Simbel temples are 300 km southwest of Aswan. The complex is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. In fact, it known as the “Nubian Monuments”. the site runs from Abu Simbel downriver to Philae which near Aswan. The twin temples originally carved out of the mountainside. In fact, it was during the reign of Pharaoh Ramses II in the 13th century BC.
Day 2: Aswan – Kom Ombo – Edfu
In the second day, the breakfast will be on the Nile cruise board. And then, we will visit Aswan High Dam which built in 1960. In fact, the dam contains 18 times the material which used in the Great Pyramid of Cheops. Moreover, the dam is 11,811 feet long, 3215 feet thick at the base and 363 feet tall. Today, the dam provides irrigation and electricity for the whole of Egypt. And then, we will visit the Unfinished Obelisk. The obelisk made from red granite which used for the ancient temples and colossi. The granite came from quarries in the Aswan area. In fact, it weighs over 2.3 million pound and it is the world largest piece of stone which handled.
3 night Nile cruise tour will also include a visit to the beautiful Philae Temple. In fact, the temple rises from the water of the Nile. And then, we will be to the Nile cruise for taking the lunch while sailing to Kom Ombo. Once we arrive Ombo, we will visit the Ptolemaic temple of Kom Ombo. And then, we will return back to the Nile cruise. Relax on the deck and watch primitive Village on the banks of the river glide. And then, we will take the tea and the coffee in the early evening on the cruise board. While sailing to Edfu, we will enjoy a sumptuous oriental dinner on the cruise board. We will also enjoy dance all night away to the Egyptian folklore Party. Overnight will also be on the Nile cruise board.
Day 3: Edfu – Luxor
In the third day, the breakfast will also be on the Nile cruise board. And then, we will visit Edfu temple. In fact, the temple also known as Horus temple, the Falcon God. The temple built in 237 BC during the reigns of six Ptolemy’s. Horus temple indeed the best Ptolemaic temple which preserved in Ancient Egypt. The temple is also the second largest after Karnak temple. And then, we will return to the cruise for taking the lunch on the cruise board while sailing to Luxor. We will take tea and coffee also in the early evening on the cruise board. Dinner and overnight will be on the Nile cruise board.
Day 4: Luxor – Disembarkation
In the fourth day, the breakfast will also be on the Nile cruise board. And then, we will disembark before we start the tour. The tour will start by crossing to the West Bank of the Nile. Over there, we will visit the Valley of the Kings. In fact, the valley features many tombs which chiseled into the cliff-side. In fact, the tour also includes a visit to the Valley of the Queens. Over there, we will visit the funerary temple of Queen Hatshepsut. The design of the temple set at the head of the valley overshadowed by the peak of the Thebes. The tour ex Aswan also includes a visit to the Colossi of Memnon.
In fact, it built by Amenhotep III (18th Dynasty) as a mortuary temple in Thebes. In fact, the temple guarded by two gigantic statues of Amenhotep III. The tour also includes a visit to Karnak temple. In fact, the temple is the largest temple which built by man. The temple represents the combine achievements of many generation of ancient builders. The tour itinerary also includes a visit to Luxor temple. The temple built by two Pharaoh, Amenhotep III and the King Ramses II Who built Abu Simbel temples.
3 night Nile cruise tour Ex Aswan Highlights:
- The program includes the meeting & assist at Aswan airport.
- 01 transfer from Aswan airport to Nile cruise & 01 transfer from Nile cruise to Luxor airport.
- 3 nights accommodation on standard 5 stars Nile cruise on full board basis (breakfast, lunch and dinner).
- Sightseeing tour as per as the above mentioned itinerary.
- The program includes all transportation by private air conditioned coach.
- All entrance fees of the above mentioned sites.
- Private Egyptology guide who speaks your language.
- Fully escorted by our representative.
- Any personal expenses.
- Drinks during the meals.
- Rate is per person in double or twin cabin.
- 384 USD per person in triple cabin.
- 624 USD per single cabin.
- 195 USD is per child from 6-12 years old.
- 135 USD per child from 2-6 years old.
- All tours are private. We don’t handle Seat-In-Coach tours.
- Private Egyptology guide speaks your language.
- Vegetarian foods are available.
- For Luxurious and deluxe 5 stars Nile cruise quotation, please contact us or fill in the right-side form.