Today once again begins with a good hearty breakfast being served on board the vessel. Even though this is the last day of your 4-Day Aswan to Esna Amoura Dahabiya Nile Cruise, there is still a bunch of sightseeing to be done. After all passengers have finished breakfast, you will need to check-out and disembark, and then the action begins.
A modern air-conditioned vehicle will take everyone to Luxor, with your first stop be at the Valley of the Kings. This is the site of a vast ancient necropolis where archaeologists have discovered more than 70 royal tombs, including that of King Ramesses II and King Tutankhamen. In fact, the mummy of King Tutankhamen is still located inside his tomb, although nearly all of the artifacts that were discovered in the tomb are now on display at Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
Your next stop will be at an equally as impressive site, this time the rock-cut temple of Queen Hatshepsut. No amount of words can accurately describe this remarkable site, and this explains why it is today one of Egypt’s most frequented archeological treasures.
Next, you will visit the famous Colossi of Memnon. While there is not much left of the original site, it does also have a remarkable history, and it does feature on most Nile cruise itineraries.
Finally, you will head off to visit Karnak Temple. Although this site is referred to as a temple, it was in fact, more of a temple city that continued growing for about 2,000 years, as every new ruler added to it. It is an amazing site to visit, and one which you aren’t likely to forget.
With your Luxor tour now completed, it will be time for you to be transferred to the airport or the railway station, depending on what you travel plans are.
Sadly, your 4-Day Aswan to Esna Amoura Dahabiya Nile Cruise is now officially over, but you will be leaving with memories you can cherish forever.