Dahabeya Amirat Cruise at River Nile

Dahabeya Amirat Cruise at River Nile

Dahabeya Amirat Private Deluxe Nile Cruise


Itinerary A:Every Saturday Luxor – Aswan 7 Nights


Itinerary B: Every Saturday Aswan – Luxor 7 Nights


Type: Private Dahbeya Nile Cruise


Guide: Expert Egyptologist Guide



Amirat Dahabeya Cabins:

6 elegant cabins and 2 elegant rooms with personal terrace


In-cabin facilities:

Direct-dial telephone

Specific climate control

Hair dryer

Mini bar

Safety deposit package,

Plasma TV and movie system


Boat services:

Open air oriental-style Jacuzzi

Roomy sundeck and trendy common lounge



Smoke & heat detector.

02 life coats in each cabin.

Escape map in each cabin.

Fire Battling Program.



Itinerary A :Luxor – Aswan 7 Nights Every Saturday

Day 1, Saturday: Luxor

Embarkation in Luxor for a calming week cruising the Nile on a luxuriously appointed dahabiyya. After lunch, adventure to see the magnificent temple complex of Amon-Ra at Karnak, using its vast hypostyle hallway of 137 articles, accompanied by the imposing 28 th Dynasty Luxor Temple. Overnight moored from the Nile banks of Luxor.


Time 2, Sunday: Luxor

You will definitely look at the western Bank for visits toward burial locations of Pharaohs – the Valley associated with the Kings – in which Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tutankhamen in 1922. Still the adjacent Valley associated with Queens, the temple of Medinet Habu while the Colossi of Memnon.

Sail on the road to Esna ( noon time ). Overnight on board close by Esna.


Day 3, Monday: Amirat Dahabeya Cruise

These days should be a leisurely day. After breakfast, start sailing

Instantly moored beside a Nile area.


Day 4, Tuesday: Edfu

This morning you certainly will sail to Edfu to consult with the remarkably maintained Temple of Edfu. Immediately moored beside a Nile area.


Day 5, Wednesday: Amirat Dahabeya Cruise

Today could sail on the path to Kom Ombo. Overnight on board moored beside a Nile island.


Day 6, Thursday: Kom Ombo

After breakfast up to speed you can expect to go to Kom Ombo to understand Ptolemaic temple of Kom Ombo aimed at God Sobek and the falcon-headed Horus. A leisurely cruising to Aswan and moored not far from Aswanbridge. Overnight in Aswan on board.


Time 7, Friday: Aswan

These days you’ll visit the Aswan High Dam (completed in 1971), the Old Dam (completed in 1902). You will also visit Temple of Philae, dedicated to the Goddess Isis, a structure rescued through the rising waters of Lake Nasser at the time of the tall Dam‘s building.

Day 8, Saturday: Disembarkation

Morning meal aboard the dahabeya followed by disembarkation.


Itinerary B :Aswan – Luxor 7 Nights Every Saturday


Day 1, Saturday: Aswan

Embarkation in Aswan for a relaxing few days sailing the Nile on an extravagance appointed Dahabeya. Overnight on board, the ship moors from the Nile Bank of Aswan


Time 2, Sunday: Aswan

Today you will definitely go to the Aswan High Dam (finished in 1971); the Old Dam (completed in 1902). You also will check out Temple of Philae, focused on the goddess Isis, a framework rescued from increasing seas of Lake Nasser at the time of the tall Dam‘s construction. Overnight on board moored in Aswan.

Time 3, Monday: Kom Ombo

Morning sail to Kom Ombo to visit the ptolemaic Kom Ombo temple aimed at the God Sobek as well as the falcon-headedHorus. Overnight on board Dahabeya, moored beside a Nile Island.

Day 4, Tuesday: Edfu

Morning meal onboard and in the morning you can expect to sail to Edfu. There you can expect to go to the well preserved Temple of Edfu. Instantly moored beside an Island.


Day 5, Wednesday: Amirat Dahabeya Cruise

Today will likely to be a leisurely day. After Breakfast start sailing to Esna and onwards to Luxor. Overnight on board in Luxor.


Day 6, Thursday: Luxor

Today could go to the magnificent temple complex of Amon-Ra at Karnak, featuring its vast hypostyle hall of 137 articles, followed closely by the imposing 28th Dynasty Luxor Temple. Overnight on board in Luxor.

Day 7, Friday: Luxor

After breakfast could visit West Bank to look at great burial locations for the Pharaohs – the Valley of leaders – where Howard Carter found the tomb of Tutankhamen in 1922. Consistently the Valley regarding the Queens, Medinet Habu Templeand the Colossi of Memnon. Over night moored in Luxor.


Day 8: Luxor

Break fast aboard the Dahabeya followed by disembarkation


Cost contains

Meet and greet services by our travel REP upon arrival and departure

Transfer to / from Nile cruise by air-conditioned vehicles

Accommodation on Nile cruise on complete board basis buffet style

All sightseeing tours as per cruise itinerary

All entry charges on sights according to cruise itinerary

Pro English speaking Egyptologist tour guide (multi lingual)

All cruise service charges and applicable fees

Cost excludes

Private expenditures and Tipping

Optional trips


Visa info

Entry visa to Egypt is necessary and that can be obtained upon arrival Egypt by our agent for americans, Canadian people, British Citizens, Australian and most of Europeans and Latin People in america people please confirm the nationality at period of scheduling, in addition Egyptian entry visa are available form the Egyptian embassy at your end

General info

Price is per person in double cabin, triple reduction and single occupancy supplement is applicable.

Christmas, brand new Year and Easter duration supplements applies.

Kids between 2-12 years of age have discounts 50percent at the least motels and cruises supplied nearly readily available but subject to supply at time of booking and in instance of overbooking we would offer similar ones with exact same facilities.

What to deliver

Passport legitimate for six months

Comfortable shoes

Cotton clothing during the summer

Warm garments in wintertime

Sunlight block



Digital Camera



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