1st Day: Aswan
Embarkation & Lunch on board of the cruise.
Proceed with the visits of Aswan including the Temple of Philae and tour by felucca around Elephantine Island & the
Dinner & overnight on board of the cruise in Aswan.
2nd Day: Aswan / Kom-Ombo / Edfu
Breakfast on board the cruise.
Finish the visits of Aswan with the high Dam passing by the old Dam of Aswan.
Lunch on board of the cruise.
Sail to Kom Ombo.
Arrive Kom-Ombo, visit the Temple of Kom-Ombo, dedicated for Gods Sobek and Haroeris.
Sail to Edfu & Dinner on board of the cruise.
Arrive Edfu & overnight on board of the cruise in Edfu.
3rd Day: Edfu / Essna / Luxor
Breakfast on board of the cruise.
Visit the Temple of Edfu, dedicated to the God Horus.
Sail to Esna Lock.
Arrive Esna Lock, Lunch during the sail, cross Esna lock and
continue sailing to Luxor with Dinner on board of the cruise.
Arrive Luxor & overnight on board of the cruise.
4th Day: Luxor
Breakfast and Disembarkation from the cruise.
Proceed with the visits of the West Bank of the Nile including
The Valley of Kings, The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir
El-Bahari and the two colossi of Memnon.
Finished with the visits of the East Bank of the Nile including the Temple of Karnak & the Temple of Luxor.
Animation program on board:
1. Belly dancer
2. Cocktail party
3. Oriental night includes Galabiya party
4. Folkloric show
N.B: Animation program could be changed as per sailing program.
• Billiard table
• TV area
• Piano Bar
It consists of 5 Decks:-
Lower Deck (A)
• Engine room
• Staff cabins
Main Deck (B)
• 22 Junior suites
Upper Deck (C)
• 2 Royal suites
• 28 Junior suites
• Piano bar
Lounge Deck (D)
• 16 Junior suites
• Lounge bar
• English pub bar
• TV .Area
Sun Deck (E)
• Swimming pool
Aswan is the ancient city of Swenett, which in antiquity was the frontier town of Ancient Egypt facing the south. Swenett is supposed to have derived its name from an Egyptian goddess with the same name. This goddess later was identified as Eileithyia by the Greeks and Lucina by the Romans during their occupation of Ancient Egypt because of the similar association of their goddesses with childbirth, and of which the import is “the opener”. The ancient name of the city also is said to be derived from the Egyptian symbol for trade.Read more
Luxor is a city in Upper (southern) Egyptand the capital of Luxor Governorate. The population numbers 487,896 (2010 estimate), with an area of approximately 416 square kilometres (161 sq mi). As the site of the Ancient Egyptian city of Thebes, Luxor has frequently been characterized as the “world’s greatest open air museum”, as the ruins of thetemple complexes at Karnak and Luxor stand within the modern city. Immediately opposite, across the River Nile, lie the monuments, temples and tombs of the West Bank Necropolis, which includes the Valley of the Kings and Valley of the Queens. Thousands of tourists from all around the world arrive annually to visit these monuments, contributing greatly to the economy of the modern city.Read more
- Large swimming pool, Jacuzzi, shower, bar, open air gym