- Duration: 5 Days / 4 Nights
- Tour Location: Luxor – Edfu – Kom Ombo – Aswan
- Tour Availability: Available Everyday
- Pickup & Drop Off: Your Hotel in Soma Bay
- Tour Type: Private
5 Days Nile Cruise from Soma Bay
In particular between Luxor and Aswan, the Nile waters are home to beauty, splendor, and ancient history. These waters may be explored on a Nile cruise from Soma Bay, where the best care and service are provided at all times. You can see the spectacular sights of Luxor and Aswan, including the Valley of the Kings, the Karnak temple complex, Edfu Temple, Philae Temple, Kom Ombo Temple, and more, on a 5-day, 4-night Nile cruise departing from Soma Bay. Take advantage of this fantastic Nile cruise from Soma Bay and make some unforgettable experiences.
- Karnak Temples
- Luxor Temple
- Valley of the Kings
- Hatshepsut Temple
- Colossi of Memnon
- Philae Temple
- Edfu Temple
- Aswan High Dam
- Kom Ombo Temple
- The Unfinished Obelisk
- Accommodation in 5* Deluxe Cruise for 4 Nights, Full Board.
- Entrance fees to all sites are indicated on the itinerary.
- Meet and Greet service by our employees at the airports.
- Professional expert local Egyptologist tour guide during your trips.
- All meals are included.
- All Transfers by private A.C Cars.
- All service charges and taxes.
- Personal spending.
Day One: Check-in at the Cruise and Transfer to Luxor East Attractions
Everything will start when you are picked up by a private air-conditioned vehicle from your hotel in Soma Bay, then you will board the Nile cruise and meet your tour guide to start your 5-day Nile cruise, commencing with:
Temple of Karnak
From 2055 BC until 100 AD, it was regarded as one of the largest buildings ever built, earning it the distinction of being the largest man-made, outdoor museum on the planet. From the middle kingdom to the Greco-Roman era, the Karnak temple may be used to demonstrate the degree of wealth and provide a window into the religious milieu of ancient Egypt. It is spread out across 247 acres and has 25 temples, statuses, and obelisks that are worth investigating.
After checking in on the Nile cruise, where you will have lunch, you will proceed to when darkness falls.
Luxor Temple by Night
The Luxor Temple, built about 1400 BC and home to the Theban Triad, is the place to be if you find yourself in Luxor during the grace of the night and want to see something unique. It is also connected to the Karnak Temple by the famed Avenue of Sphinxes.
The trip will spend the night at sea. Meals for lunch and supper will be served on the trip.
Day Two: Day Trip to the West Bank of Luxor and a Sail to Edfu
After breakfast aboard the ship, you will go to the following destinations with a private tour guide and air-conditioned car:
The Kings’ Valley
The Valley of the Kings is a unique structure built into the side of a mountain and contains 63 tombs for various kings and queens, including Seti I, Tutankhamen, Hatshepsut, and others. The Egyptian Museum is home to the 20 royal tombs from the New Kingdom (1570–1070 BC), which are full of amazing jewels and artifacts.
Temple of Hatshepsut
The magnificent temple of Queen Hatshepsut (1479–1458 BC), which was constructed in 1479 BC to worship Amun and preserve the memory of Hatshepsut, is the largest, most beautiful, and best-preserved temple ever constructed in the history of the world.
The Colossi of Memnon, one of Luxor’s largest buildings, was built by Amenhotep III (1386–1350) to stand in front of his temple in Cairo but was eventually relocated there to serve as the city’s everlasting watchman. It stands 18 meters tall and gained fame throughout the Greco-Roman era for its ethereal singing tones. Sail to Ensa and Edfu in the afternoon. Edfu overnight stay Meals for breakfast, lunch, and supper will be served throughout the voyage.
Day Three: Visit the temples at Edfu and Kom Ombo and sail to Aswan
After breakfast, you will continue your trip down the Nile from Soma Bay to:
Temple in Edfu
The Edfu temple, one of the last of its type, was built in the Ptolemaic era (237–27 BC) to honor Horus, the deity of triumph and the sky falcon, and serves as a perfect illustration of the beautiful fusion of pharaonic and ancient greek architecture and culture.
You will keep sailing till you reach Kom Ombo to see:
Temple of Kom Ombo
The Kom Ombo temple, also known as the hill of Gold, is a unique building that is situated on the Nile’s beaches. It has a double-temple design that honors the crocodile deity Sobek and Horus.
We’ll spend the night at Aswan. Meals for breakfast, lunch, and supper will be served throughout the voyage.
Day Four: Visit Attractions in Aswan and Night on the Cruise
After breakfast in the morning, you will be shown exactly where to:
The High Dam
During your five-day Nile cruise, you will see the Aswan high dam, one of the few buildings ever erected in upper Egypt. It was built in the 1960s and 1970s to defend against Nile floods and to provide energy.
The Unfinished Obelisk
The largest obelisk in Egypt was built at the request of Queen Hatshepsut to stand at the entrance of the Karnak temple, but it was tragically destroyed. Queen Hatshepsut constantly sought to prove her superiority.
Temple of Philae
Aswan’s Philae Temple, which was built between 380 and 362 BC during the Ptolemaic period and serves as the residence of Isis, the goddess of motherhood, is recognized for its grace and charm. The narrative of Osiris is told in the temple, which is well-known for it.
On the boat, you will spend the night. Meals for breakfast, lunch, and supper will be served throughout the voyage.
The last day of your Nile cruise is when you return to Soma Bay.
Your five-day Nile cruise from Soma Bay will come to an end when you check off of the ship the next morning after eating breakfast. You will take a first-class train to Luxor and then drive back to your hotel. As soon as you get in touch with us, any aspect of your schedule will be open to adjustments. The cruise will include breakfast meals.