Judi Dahabiya Nile Cruise

Nothing in the world compares to the joy and entertainment of taking a small Dahabiya Nile Cruise down the Nile River to explore the great monuments located at the two banks of the Nile. Entertain yourself with this unforgettable experience and try our Judi Dahabiya Nile Cruise which is a luxurious cruise that comprises elegantly furnished with the charming view on river Nile and sails between Luxor and Aswan. 

Escape from the pressure of life and take Judi Dahabiya Nile Cruise from Luxor to discover the famous landmarks in the city. The scale and grandeur of monuments that have survived in the city is unparalleled anywhere else in the world as it was built over and around the treasures of the New Kingdom. Get amazed visiting Karnak Temple where you will enjoy visiting the Hypostyle Hall which contains about 134 columns and enjoy visiting the Obelisks, Courts, Halls, and Pylons in the complex as construction in Karnak started 4000 years ago and considered the biggest temple in the world and the main cult center during the Ancient Egypt. Amuse yourself visiting the astonishing monuments located at the West Bank of Luxor such as Valley of the Kings which contains 62 tombs of the famous Pharaohs of the New Kingdom, Queen Hatshepsut Temple, one of the best well preserved temples in the world, and the statues of Colossi of Memnon.  

Enjoy amazing views while cruising leisurely down the banks of the Nile on board your Dahabiya Judi and sail between the glorious temples of Egypt. Sail via the Nile to Edfu City to visit the flourishing Edfu Temple which is considered the second biggest temple after Karnak, built on the reign of Ptolemy III and finished under the reign of Ptolemy IV. Move to explore Kom Ombo Temple, one of the most beautiful and preserved temples in the world, consists of two temples Sobek Temple and Haroeris Temple. Kom Ombo Temple was built during the Greco Roman period.

Aswan has a different society with its own traditions and beauty of nature. Unleash your inner with Dahabeya Judi and visit the main attractions in the city such as the High Dam which sheds light on the great improvements and achievements of the modern Egypt, this dam was constructed during the reign of the Egyptian President Gamal Abd El Nasse in 1960 and officially inaugurated in 1971. Get amazed exploring the Unfinished Obelisk, taller than any known obelisk, supposed to be the biggest obelisk in the world but quarrymen apparently abandoned it when some cracks appeared in the rock. Explore the main attraction in the city while visiting Philae Temple which contains many ancient Egyptian sanctuaries and shrines. The temple was built during the Ptolemy’s dynasty and dedicated for the worshiping of the ancient Egyptian god Osiris, it includes two fancy temples. The Temple was relocated by UNESCO after the building of the Aswan Dam that threatened the site.

Itinerary

06 Days / 05 Nights 

Sunday Esna / Aswan 

Sunday: 

At the time your flight touching Luxor Land, one delegate from Flying Carpet Tours will be holding a sign with your name, He will escort you to scout Luxor sites, unleash your soul between Valley of the Kings , Next visit Hatshepsut Temple , known now with the name of El-Deir El-Bahary , proceed to visit Colossi of Memnon, Watch the glory of the two huge statues, next tour to Karnak Temple with its huge Pillars hall, finally Flying Carpet Tours delegate will escort you to to Esna by air-conditioned van, arrive Esna, embarkation to Judi Dahabiya Nile Cruise, welcome by the Dahabiya Crew, overnight in Esna, Lunch included on board, Dinner and overnight on board Judi Dahabiya Nile Cruise. 

Monday: 

Taste the flavor of your breakfast on board, sail to Edfu, once you arrive Edfu visit the ravishing Temple of Horus in Edfu by horse carriage, then walk to the comprehensive bazaar to buy souvenirs for your friends and family, back to your Dahabiya Nile Cruise, Lunch is waiting for you on board, then sail to “El Fouza” Private Island, disembarkation from your Dahabiya, dinner will be served on the brink of the Nile, overnight on board Judi Dahabiya Nile Cruise. 

Tuesday: 

Taste the flavor of your breakfast on board, then sail to Gebel el Silsila, visit Gebel el Silsila Temple, Finally back to your Dahabiya, Lunch included on board, Dinner will be served on the brink of the Nile, or on the sundeck of your Dahabiya, it depends of the Weather, enjoy hearing to Egyptian Music to match the mood, overnight on board Judi Dahabiya Nile Cruise. 

Wednesday: 

Taste the flavor of your breakfast on board, sail to Kom Ombo, arrive Kom Ombo, scout the glorious of Kom Ombo Temple, finaly back to your Dahabiya, Lunch is waiting for you on board, then sail to small island, stay beside the Island, Dinner and overnight on board Judi Dahabiya Nile Cruise.

Thursday: 

Taste the flavor of your breakfast on board, then sail to Aswan, visit the fabulous High Dam, Feast your eyes by watching the glory of Philae Temple, unfinished Obelisk, and Aswan Market, finally back to your Dahabiya, Lunch is waiting for you on board, enjoy fabulous Evening in Aswan, have some fun of the Egyptian nights, including Egyptian music, and Galabiya Party, Dinner and overnight on board Judi Dahabiya Nile Cruise.

Friday: 

Taste the flavor of your breakfast on board, then Flying Carpet Tours delegate will escort you to Aswan Airport or Aswan Train station for final departure. 

Including

  • Meet and assist upon your arrival and departure 
  • Accommodation on board Judi Dahabiya Nile Cruise including breakfast, lunch, dinner
  • All Sightseeing tours mentioned at the above itinerary  
  • English speaking guide on board Judi Dahabiya Nile Cruise 
  • Entrance fees to the above mentioned sites
  • All Transfers by air-conditioned Van
  • All Service Charges and taxes

Excluding

  • Visa to Egypt 
  • Optional tours 
  • Tipping

Notes:

  • Prices are quoted per person per trip in U.S. American Dollars
  • Prices are not valid during christmas, New Year or Easter Period


Website: www.flyingcarpettours.com 

Email: sales@flyingcarpettours.com 

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