Breakfast on board.
Sail to Kom Ombo, once an important caravan town.
Lunch on board.
Tour the Kom Ombo Temple dedicated to two of the Pharoahs Gods, Sobek and Haroeris.
Cruise to Edfu, a must-see stopover
Visit The Temple of Horus in Edfu, the best preserved ancient temple in Egypt and the second largest after Karnak.
Dinner on Board
Overnight in Cruise.
Second night of 3 nights Nile cruise
Breakfast on board.
Disembarkation from Nile Cruise,
Cruise to the West Bank to tour the Necropolis of Thebes, containing many tombs and temples dating back to the New Kingdom, and Valley of the Kings, where its careful colourful detail and intact tombs make it an absolute must-see.
After lunch, visit the voluptuous limestone structure, Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, and the Colossi of Memnon, which is reputed to 'sing' every morning at dawn.
Visit Temple of Karnak, the world's largest ancient religious site, and tour Temple of Luxor, where you will be greeted by hundreds of lined up sphinxes along a path that will lead you to the temple.
There are no more famous ancient sites within Egypt, or for that matter elsewhere in the world, than the Great Pyramids at Giza.
Aswan, Egypt's sunniest southern city and ancient frontier town located about 81 miles south of Luxor, has a distinctively African atmosphere.
Aswan, Egypt's sunniest southern city and ancient frontier town located about 81 miles south of Luxor, has a distinctively African atmosphere. Its ancient Egyptian name was Syene.
The Temple known as Kom Ombo is actually two temples consisting of a Temple to Sobek and a Temple of Haroeris. In ancient times, sacred crocodiles basked in the sun on the river bank near here.
The modern Arabic name of Edfu is derived from the ancient Egyptian name Djeba, or Etbo in Coptic. Djeba meant "Retribution Town", since the enemies of the god were brought to justice therein.
Luxor has often been called the worlds greatest open air museum, as indeed it is and much more. The number and preservation of the monuments in the Luxor area are unparalleled anywhere else in the world that know of.
He Temple of Karnak is actually three main temples, smaller enclosed temples, and several outer temples located about three kilometers north of Luxor, Egypt situated on 100 ha (247 acres) of land.
The mortuary temple of Queen Hatshepsut is one of the most dramatically situated in the world. The queen's architect, Senenmut, designed it and set it at the head of a valley overshadowed by the Peak of the Thebes, the "Lover of Silence," where lived the goddess who presided over the necropolis.
The Egyptian Museum was first built in Boulak. In 1891, it was moved to Giza Palace of "Ismail Pasha" which housed the antiquities that were later moved to the present building.
Khan El Khalili
A Shoppers' haven. This ancient bazar is full of oriental products like spices, fabrics, hukkahs, souvenirs, clothing.. etc. A great place to practice your haggling skills and experience a new part of old Cairo.
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