Embarkation upon arrival to Luxor Visit the East Bank (Temple of Karnak The temple of Karnak was known as Ipet-isut (most select of places) by the ancient Egyptians. It is a city of temples built over 2000 years and dedicated to the Theben triad of Amun, Mut and Khonsu. This derelict place is still capable of overshadowing many of the wonders of the modern world, and in its day must have been awe inspiring. For the largely uneducated ancient Egyptian population this could only have been the place of the gods. It is the mother of all religious buildings, the largest ever made, and a place of pilgrimage for nearly 4,000 years. Although, today's pilgrims are mainly tourists. It covers about 200 acres - 1. 5 km by 0. 8 km. The area of the sacred enclosure of Amun alone is 61 acres, and would hold ten average-sized European cathedrals. Luxor Temple It was built by Amunhotep III in 18th Dynasty in the New Kingdom and it was completed by Ramesses II during the 19th Dynasty. King Ramses II was the most famous king in the 19th Dynasty. He ruled Egypt for about 67 years. It was dedicated to the great god Amun-Ra, his wife Mut and their son Khonsu together representing the Theban). Overnight in Luxor with opportunity to disembark.
Early morning sail to Esna and Edfu. Overnight in Edfu.
Breakfast on board This morning travelers will visit the best-preserved temple in Egypt: the Temple of Horus, the falcon god, built in 230 BC by Ptolemy III. Return to the cruiser and sail to Aswan.
Visit the High Dam, Unfinished Obelisk and Philae Temple Afternoon Felucca tour around Islands of Aswan Overnight in Aswan with opportunity to disembark or optional Sound And Light Show at Philae Temple (additional cost).
Free day in Aswan with possibility of optional tour to Abu Simbel (additional cost) Overnight in Aswan with opportunity to disembark.
Sail to Kom Ombo and visit of Kom Ombo Temple Sail to Luxor Overnight in Luxor with opportunity to disembark.
Possibility of optional Hot Air Ballooning over the West Bank (additional cost) Visit the West Bank (Valley of the Kings You will start the tour of Luxor by crossing over to the West Bank to visit the Valley of Kings where, for a period of nearly 500 years from the 16th to 11th century BC, amazing tombs were constructed for the Pharaohs and powerful nobles of the New Kingdom of Egypt. The valley is known to contain 63 tombs and chambers ranging in size from a simple pit to a complex tomb with over 120 chambers. Then Moving to visit the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut Widely considered one of the "incomparable monuments of ancient Egypt", the Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut is located beneath the cliffs at Deir el Bahari on the west bank of the Nile near the Valley of the Kings. Then on the way back to the east Bank we will stop to visit the Colossi of Memnon and the Alabaster Institute The Colossi of Memnon are two massive stone statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III. For the past 3400 years they have stood in the Theban necropolis, across the River Nile from the modern city of Luxor. The 2 massive structures always leave our guests asking our tour guides the same question - how did they do it?). Overnight in Luxor with opportunity to disembark or optional Sound and Light Show at Karnak (additional cost).
Check-out after breakfast Transfer to Luxor Airport. Schedule subject to change due to Nile River traffic, conditions and water levels.
|Per person in Double Cabin||750|
|Per person in Singel Cabin||1045|
|Per person in TPL Cabin||730|
|Child from 5 - 11 yead old||387|
|Nile Cruise - XMAS/NY/Easter Supplement:||200|
|Nile Cruise - NY Gala Dinner Supplement:||115|
Mr Adham Mohamed
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