The Nile Cruise from Luxor to Aswan takes 5 days and vice versa from Aswan to Luxor 4 days. You also have the option to go on a round Cruise on the Nile from Luxor to Luxor or from Aswan to Aswan. In all these options the sightseeing tours are the same.
During the tour days, you will visit the East Bank in Luxor which includes the Temple of Karnak and Luxor Temple. Enjoy dinner on board and feast your eyes on a Belly Dance Show.
Another day features a visit to the West Bank to see the Valley of the Kings, Valley of the Queens, and Hatshepsut Temple, then dressing in casual attire for the Captain’s welcome party and chat the night away as you sail to Edfu.
A day tour to Edfu and Kom Ombo will let you explore the Temple of Kom Ombo and Temple of Horus in Edfu then sail to Aswan to visit the Aswan High Dam, Unfinished Obelisk and the Temple of Philae
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Standard Nile Cruises are an excellent option for those who are looking for a new ship to Cruise the Nile with a good standard of service and variety of the provided food. Modern cabins with a better standard, Nile Cruises from Cairo and ideal for who are looking for a mediocre price.
See the wonders of ancient Egypt unfold before your eyes on board one of our and Cruise the Nile on Deluxe Nile Cruises. Let us guide you around magnificent temples and five thousand years of culture, our cruises also offer nightly traditional dance and music performances.
Cruise along the Nile on board one of our luxury Nile Cruises and fall in love with the secrets of ancient Egypt; from timeless monuments to hand carved temples and tombs. Enjoy your royalty in this option and feel your full comfort with Luxor and Aswan Travel Nile Cruises.
Most Nile cruises start in Luxor
(a Nile Cruise from Luxor to Aswan for 4 Nights) and visit the popular sites of Esna
, Kom Ombo
, West Bank
, East Bank
and Aswan Sights
before disembarking in Aswan. Other itineraries fly directly to Aswan and take a Nile Cruise from Aswan to Luxor for 3 Nights and work their way north down the Nile to the same sights and disembarking in Luxor.
Most cruises will last at least three nights. There are many different vessels to choose from, ranging from traditional paddle steamers (best suited to those that value history and authenticity) to luxurious modern cruise ships (geared towards those for whom creature comforts are a priority).
Your budget and personal preferences will determine which cruise you choose - though opting for a cabin with air-conditioning is advised during the scorching summer months.
You will have a private Egyptologist, who will guide your group around the ancient sights you visit along the way. Days start early to avoid the intense heat of the afternoon; and as such, all cruises tend to operate on a similar schedule (which can lead to overcrowding at the docking sites and at the temples themselves). Modern vessels typically have a swimming pool so that you can cool off after your morning explorations; while some provide nightly entertainment in the form of belly dancing shows or themed dress-up evenings.
Food on board is usually excellent, ranging from generous buffets to set dinner menus. Make sure to find out what's included before choosing your operator.