5 Days Nile Cruise from Hurghada to Luxor & Aswan

5 Days Nile Cruise from Hurghada to Luxor & Aswan - Egypt Fun Tours
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A trip through the Nile Valley for 5 days Nile cruise from Hurghada to visit famous archaeological sites in upper Egypt joining private tour guide. Book now
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Tour Details

  • Duration: 5 Days / 4 Nights
  • Tour Location: Luxor / Edfu / Kom Ombo / Aswan
  • Tour Availability: Saturday / Monday / Thursday
  • Pickup & Drop Off: Your Hotel
  • Tour Type: Private

Hurghada to Luxor and Aswan on a 5 days Nile cruise

The ideal method to go is by taking a 5-day Nile cruise from Hurghada to Luxor and Aswan, which are the locations of the ancient Egyptian civilization’s hub. Egypt Fun Tours, the top travel company in Egypt, will offer each of its clients the greatest services, including the best Egyptologist tour guide, the best Nile Cruise, and a private A/C Vehicle, so they can all have the most exciting time exploring the amazing sights in Luxor and Aswan. All of our guests will get the chance to tour the most significant archaeological sites in the Nile Valley, including the beautiful Karnak Temple, the spectacular Queen Hatshepsut Mortuary Temple, the Valley of the Kings, the Philae Temple, the Kom Ombo & Edfu Temples, and more.

Tour Highlights

Luxor Highlights

Aswan Highlights

Tour Inclusions

  • Pick up services from Hurghada & return.
  • Four-nights accommodation at 5* Nile Cruise.
  • All transfers by private air-conditioned vehicles.
  • Private Egyptologist guide during your Nile cruise.
  • Mineral water is on board the vehicle.
  • Entrance fees for all Sightseeing are mentioned.
  • All service charges and taxes.
  • Train tickets from Aswan to Qena

Tour Exclusions

  • Any extras not mentioned in the program.
  • Tipping.

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: A day trip to the East Bank of Luxor

We will take you up from your Hurghada hotel in the morning in a private A/C vehicle so you can enjoy a 5-day Nile cruise from Hurghada. You will meet your Egyptologist tour guide when you arrive in Luxor, and they will accompany you to see:

Temple of Karnak

The magnificent Karnak Temple complex is the area where the religious heritage and practices of the ancient Egyptians are best shown. The Theban triad of Amun, Mut, and Khonsu, together with several additional gods who each have their temple, is honored by the Pr-Imn house of Amun. The Karnak temple complex was built across a 247-acre area between the years 2000 BC and 30 AD, making it by far the largest open-air museum in the world. The magnificent Luxor Temple is located along the Avenue of Sphinxes, which is the best example of ancient Egyptian creative craftsmanship.

Then register for the 5-star Nile cruise so you may eat lunch and relax. We will pick you up again in the evening to take in:

Luxor Temple by Night

The majestic Luxor Temple, often referred to as the southern Sanctuary, was constructed only to honor the pharaoh. It was constructed approximately 1400 BC to honor the Theban trinity of Amun, Mut, and Khonsu and to serve as the site of the Opet festival, which celebrated the revival of monarchy. In 1979, it was included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

You will return to your cruise after seeing the Luxor Temple have supper and spend the night there.

Food: Lunch and Dinner

Throughout the night: on the Cruise

Day 2: A day trip to the West Bank of Luxor

Enjoy breakfast while on your cruise, and then your private tour guide and a private air-conditioned car will accompany you to visit:

The Kings’ Valley

The mummies and valuables of the immortal ancient Pharaohs from the new kingdom (1570–1050 BC) are kept in the Valley of the Kings, which is located at the base of a holy hill and far below the surface of the earth. The valley is home to 63 tombs that are decorated with golden artifacts and jewels from legendary monarchs including Seti I, Hatshepsut, Ramses the Great, and Tutankhamen, among others.

Temple of Hatshepsut

The stunning Queen Hatshepsut Temple (1507–1458 BC) was built to worship Amun, the sun god, and to preserve and throw some light on the everlasting legacy of Queen Hatshepsut, one of the most successful Pharaohs in the rich history of ancient Egypt. The charming Hatshepsut Temple is an excellent example of traditional Egyptian architecture.

Memnon’s Colossi

The magnificent Colossi of Memnon of Pharaoh Amenhotep III were created in Cairo in 1350 BC and then transported 700 meters to Luxor where they were placed in the damaged mortuary temple of Amenhotep II.

After the trip, you’ll go back to your ship where you’ll have lunch, supper, and spend the night.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Throughout the night: on the Cruise

Day Three: Visit Edfu and Kom Ombo Temples for the Day

After breakfast on board, continue your Nile cruise by taking a tour starting in Hurghada to:

Temple in Edfu

The memorial to eternal wins The Edfu temple, which honors the deity Horus, was built between 237 BC and 57 BC. The temple is a real masterpiece that provides valuable insight into Hellenistic religion, myth, and language.

After lunch, re-board your ship to continue cruising to Kom Ombo to visit:

Temple of Kom Ombo

The gold barge The Kom Ombo Temple is a two-in-one marvel that was built between 180 BC and 47 BC. It has two temples with two entrances, two hypostyle halls, and two sanctuaries that are devoted to the gods Sobek, the crocodile deity of the Nile, and Horus the Elder.

You will return to your ship to eat supper and spend the night after seeing Kom Ombo.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Throughout the night: on the Cruise

Day Four: A Day Trip to Attractions in Aswan

Start your guided tour of Aswan’s major sights in the morning after breakfast.

The High Dam

Due to its capacity to generate energy, the huge High Dam, which is located at Aswan across the Nile River and was built between 1960 and 1970, has positively impacted Egypt’s economy and culture.

The Unfinished Obelisk

Queen Hatshepsut (1508–1458 BC) built the grandest marvel that was never realized to go with the Lateran Obelisk at the entrance to the Karnak temple. It serves as one of the largest outdoor museums in the world.

Temple of Philae

A living marvel full of eternal beauty and art is the holy Philae Temple of goddess Isis of Love and Beauty. The temple, which Ptolemy II constructed in 280 BC, is home to some of history’s most fascinating ornamentation. Isis, Osiris, and Horus are just a few of the famous Egyptian deities whose stories are told at the temple. In the 1960s and 1970s, it was moved to Agilkia Island as a part of the UNESCO Nubia Campaign project.

You will return to the ship at the end of the day to have lunch and supper and stay the night.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Throughout the night: on the Cruise

Day Five: Depart Hurghada to conclude your Nile cruise

You will have breakfast and check out of your Nile Cruise in the morning, after which you will be driven in our state-of-the-art vehicle to the railway station so you can board a train headed for Qena. This will mark the conclusion of your five-day Nile Cruise excursion from Hurghada.

Dining: Breakfast

Hint: To meet your demands and fit your requirements, you may offer your opinions about including or omitting any trips from your tour schedule.

5 Days Nile Cruise from Hurghada to Luxor & Aswan
5 Days Nile Cruise from Hurghada to Luxor & Aswan
from: 450$

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