MS Kahila Cruise At Nile River
MS Al Kahila provides 12 Suites & 58 Double cabins distributed on the primary, two upper porches & one reduced deck with large panoramic house windows to open from roof to flooring.
Luxor / Aswan Each Monday
4 Nights / 5 Times
Day 1: Nile Cruise vacations – Luxor East Bank
Your Nile cruise vacations will begin with transfer from point of arrival or your resort in Luxor to board Al Kahila River Nile cruise at 12 PM. Lunch is going to be offered aboard the cruise, followed closely by guided trip to check out East Bank of Nile River to see Karnak temple dedicated to the God Amon, their wife Mut and their son Khonsu, each pharaoh left memory of him indeed there also it let u to pass through across centuries. Continue your trip in Luxor temple built by Amenhotep III with grandeur intention and have great number of pillars. It had been linked by 3 kilometers paved alley of sphinxes with Karnak Temple. You will then be used in Nile cruise board having dinner. Instantly stay would be in Luxor.
Day 2: Nile Cruise Vacations – Luxor West Bank
You’ll have breakfast at Nile cruise board then check out western Bank of Nile River. You’ll begin from Colossi of Memnon, two colossal statue of Amenhotep III, then see Valley of Kings, where tombs were hide deep into desert stone, richly decorated with resource for afterlife for the pharaohs, you can expect to check out 3 of them. Maintain tour to Hatshepsut temple rises from wilderness stone with a number of terraces, aimed at Queen Hatshepsut only popular female pharaoh. A while later you can expect to sail to Edfu, during cruising lunch should be served. Sparetime at leisure. Supper and instantly up to speed cruise.
Time 3: Nile Cruise Holidays – Edfu / Kom Ombo
Breakfast on board cruise, followed by seeing Edfu Temple. It will be the best-preserved and also the 2nd largest after Karnak. It was aimed at the falcon headed god Horus. The temple you will observe was built during the reigns of six Ptolemies – begun in 237 BC and completed in 57 BC. Edfu was believed to have now been the site of this great fight between Horus and Seth. A short while later sailing to Kom Ombo to see Kom Ombo Temple built during the Greco-Roman duration. The temple is unique because it is actually a double temple, specialized in Sobek the crocodile god, and Horus the falcon-headed god. The layout combines two temples in one single with each side featuring its very own gateways and chapels. Spare time at leisure. Meal and dinner on Nile cruise board, instantly in Aswan.
Day 4: Nile Cruise Holidays – Aswan / Kitchener’s Island
Breakfast will undoubtedly be supported aboard the cruise, followed by guided tour in Aswan to go to High Dam built in 1970. Aided by the dam produced a reservoir of liquid, labeled as Lake Nasser. The Dam is 114 yards high and 3.6 kilometers long; The incomplete Obelisk lies, in its original area, in a granite quarry in Aswan. It really is 42m long and had been almost certainly abandoned whenever some splits appeared in the stone, during its building. Had this obelisk already been completed, it can have been the heaviest obelisk ever cut-in Ancient Egypt, evaluating almost 1100 tons! Also you will visit Temple of Isis at Philae is just one of the biggest Temples in Egypt plus it occupies about a-quarter of the area. It is the main Temple on the area, featuring its huge, total, pylons and breathtaking views. Sailing by felucca around Kitchener’s island. Lunch and dinner on board cruise, in a single day in Aswan.
Day 5: Nile Cruise vacations – Disembark
You will have morning meal at Nile cruise board. When you may have transfer to the level of the departure in Aswan.
Meet and help upon arrival and departure by our REP
Transfer by air-conditioned vehicle to your Nile River cruise
Accommodation on complete board basis onboard the Nile cruise
All sightseeing tours according to Nile cruise itinerary
Admission fees on places as per Nile cruise itinerary
Pro English-speaking trip guide
All solution charges and applicable taxes
MS Kahila Cruise At Nile River
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