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Cairo with El Dahabieh Cruise
Cairo with El Dahabieh Cruise
Cairo with El Dahabieh Cruise
Cairo with El Dahabieh Cruise
Cairo with El Dahabieh Cruise
Cairo with El Dahabieh Cruise
Cairo with El Dahabieh Cruise
Cairo with El Dahabieh Cruise
Cairo with El Dahabieh Cruise
Cairo with El Dahabieh Cruise
Cairo with El Dahabieh Cruise
Cairo with El Dahabieh Cruise
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Explore Egypt at a leisurely pace on board a dahabieh, a traditional sailing ship ideal for a family or small group. In Cairo, visit the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities and in Giza, the pyramids; cruise to world-renowned sites alongside lesser-known treasures, such as Luxor’s tombs of the Nobles and Workers (Deer el-Madina), el Kab and Gebel Silsileh’s Temple of Horemheb

Days 1-2: Cairo, Egypt
Arrive in Cairo, and transfer to your hotel.

Days 3-4: Cairo
Begin at the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, home to most of Tutankhamun’s treasures, and walk from Bab el-Fotouh to the Khan el-Khalili Bazaar for a traditional lunch. Visit the Mosque and Madrasa of Sultan Hassan, and tour Memphis, the pyramids at Giza and the Solar Boat Museum.

Day 5: Cairo/Luxor
Fly to Luxor and board your dahabieh. Later, visit the Temples of Karnak, Luxor and the Luxor Museum

Day 6: Luxor/Denderah/Luxor
See the Valley of the Kings, Tombs of the Nobles and well-preserved Tombs of the Workers. Sail to Esna.

Day 7: Luxor/Esna/Edfu
Explore the Temple of Khnum, and sail to Edfu to view its temple, the best-preserved temple in Egypt.

Day 8: Aswan
Sail to Gebel Silsileh to see the Temple of Horemheb. In Aswan, visit the Nubian Museum or the famous Spice Market.

Day 9: Abu Simbel
Fly to Abu Simbel, and explore two temples built by Egypt’s longest ruling pharaoh. Fly back to Aswan to visit the Temple of Calabash and the Temple of Philae.

Day 10: Kom Ombo
Head to Kom Ombo to discover the double temple dedicated to the crocodile-god Sobek and falcon god Haroeris.

Day 11: el-Kab
Explore less-frequented el-Kab, containing tombs and temples that date back to the early dynastic period

Day 12: Cairo
Fly to Cairo this morning, and spend the afternoon at leisure.

Day 13: Cairo
Board your onward flight.

Cairo with El Dahabieh Cruise

Meet & assist upon arrival and departure
Internal flights (Cairo–Luxor-Aswan-Abu simbel-Cairo)
All transfers by a Private air-conditioned vehicle.
All Accommodations at 5 star hotel on B.B basis.
7 days 6 nights 5* deluxe Nile cruise.
Private English Egyptologist guide.
Entrance fees to all the mentioned sites.
All Service charges & taxes.

Gratuities (recommended).
Any extras not mentioned in the itinerary.
Entry visa to Egypt.
Personal expenses.
Optional tours.

Important notes:
This tour is available by a sleeper train instead of internal flights.
Prices are based on double occupancy. Also, prices are valid around the year except during Christmas, New Year & Easter Feasts. Moreover; rates could be changed without prior notice, shall the government increase taxes.
You must have a valid passport to enter Egypt. (You must have at least 06 months of validity beyond your scheduled return date).

Pricing information:
Prices are listed as a guide only. For an exact price quote contact us
Child prices are not applicable, adult prices apply to all travelers.
Infants aged 2 years and under are free of charge, provided they do not occupy a seat
Prices are per person.
Our pricing is updated constantly to ensure you always receive the lowest price possible.

Number of persons 1 Person2-4 Persons5-8 Persons 9-16 Persons 17-35 Persons
Prices per person$4080$2550$2295$2170$1920
  1. El Dahabieh Nile Cruise
    We had great time in Egypt and explored the treasures of this country at a leisurely pace on board a dahabieh.We spent 2 weeks in Egypt. During our trip, we had a chance to submerge in this ancient culture and visit some of the most amazing historic sites we have ever seen in our lives, the great pyramids, the step pyramid, the Egyptian museum,Karnak temple,Abusimble,valley of the kings and much more. Luxor was great, I cannot say enough about our Guide there. He was wonderful, cheerful, personable, knowledgeable, and I think the reason we had such a great time was mostly due to him.
    Overall, this was one of the best trips of my life.