from $800,00

Mary Rose NILE Dahabyia

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Duration

Every Week

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

Unlimited

Languages

Deutsche, English, Español, Français, italiano, русский, العربية, 中国語, 日本語

Overview

Cruise:

Mary Rose Dahabiya Nile Cruise, 43 metre in total length, 16 berth dahabiya in 8 cabins. 2 of these are suite cabins and the remaining 6 are twin. All with en suite shower rooms, air conditioning and mini fridge.

Accommodation:

 

  • 2 decks
  • 2 suite cabins
  • 8 Double  cabins.

 

  • Guest Suite Facilities:
  • Individually Controlled Air Conditioning
  • Telephone.
  • LCD T.V with Satellite Channels.
  • Mini-Bar with daily complimentary mineral water and soft drinks.
  • Complimentary Fruit basket & Biscuits/Chocolates upon arrival.
  • Stationary.
  • Shampoo, Conditioner, Shower Gel, Soap and Bathrobes.

 

Cruise Facilities & Services:

 

  • Oasis Lounge and bar (Main Lounge with dance floor featuring local shows).
  • The Atrium Lounge and Bar (Casual Lounge).
  • The Chart Lounge & Library (Reading Lounge & Library).
  • Palm Court Restaurant (Main Restaurant).
  • Sahara Terrace Café.
  • The Sahara Terrace Sundeck.
  • Gift Shop.
  • Ship Photographer and Galabeya Kiosk.
  • Room service, Laundry service.
  • Complimentary Standard Wi-Fi.
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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Luxor Temple.
  • Karnak Temple in Luxor.
  • Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut in Luxor (Deir el-Bahari).
  • Colossi of Memnon in Luxor.
  • Valley of The Kings in Luxor.
  • Hot Air Balloon in Luxor (Optional/Extra).
  • Philae temple in Aswan.
  • The High Dam in Aswan.
  • The Unfinished Obelisk.
  • Nile River Cruise.
  • Edfu Temple.
  • Kom Ombo Temple.

Itinerary

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4 Days - Aswan / Luxor Every Friday

Day 1: Transfer to Dahabiya Nile Cruise - Philae Temple - High Dam

Our Min Travel representative meets you at Aswan Airport / Railway station and transfers you to your Cruise
Embarkation before lunch, lunch on board. Visit of Aswan including the Temple of Philae and The High Dam of Aswan
Optional Excursion (Sound and Lights Show at Philae Temple)
Afternoon tea and Dinner on board
Overnight onboard the Dahabiya in Aswan

Day 2: Dahabiya Nile Cruise - Visit Kom Ombo Temple - Al Ramady Island

Optional Excursion Hot Air Balloon over Luxor (if you take this option you will have a breakfast box)
Breakfast on board the Dahabiya. Sail to Kom-Ombo
Visit the Temple of Kom-Ombo, dedicated to Gods Sobek and Haroeris
Sail to al Ramady Island. Dinner on board the Dahabiya

Day 3: Dahabiya Nile Cruise - Visit Luxor East Bank

Breakfast on board the cruise. Sail from Esna. Lunch on board the Dahabiya.
Visits of the Luxor East Bank of the Nile including the Temple of Karnak and the Temple of Luxor.
Dinner on board the Dahabiya. Overnight in Edfu.

Day 4: Disembarkation - Visit Luxor West Bank

Breakfast on board the Dahabiya.
Visits the West Bank of Luxor visit the Valley of Kings, the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir El-Bahari, and the Colossi of Memnon.

Disembarkation in Luxor
Transfer to Luxor Airport or Railway station

5 Days - Luxor / Aswan Every Monday

Day 1: Arrival at Luxor

Ancient Egypt Tours representative will meet and greet you at Luxor airport or train station and then you will be transferred by a private A/C vehicle to your Nile Cruise ship for embarkation in Luxor before Lunch.

Visit The Temple of Karnak and the Temple of Luxor. excursion to the Luxor Temple to see its courtyard and the granite statues of Ramses the Great Proceed by carriage or bus to Karnak, which is serious of temples built in different reigns. Starting by the Avenue of Sphinxes visit the Unfinished Propylon, the Hypostyle Hall with it's 134 gigantic columns, the Obelisks of Queen Hatshepsut and Tutomosis III, the temple of Amon adorned with lotus and papyrus designs, the Granite Scarbeus of Amenophis III and the Sacred Lake. Afternoon tea. Dinner on board and Belly Dance show.

Overnight aboard your Nile cruise in Aswan.
Meals: Lunch, Dinner.

Visits: Karnak & Luxor Temples.


Day 2: Luxor Sightseeing & Sailing to Esna

- Breakfast on Board then Tours The West Bank – the Valley of the Kings, Colossi of Memnon and The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut at El Deir El Bahari. Excursion to the Valley of Kings; visit the tombs of various Dynasties, The Temple of Deir El Bahari. On the return journey stop at the Colossi of Memnon which are two gigantic sitting statues representing Amenophis III facing the Nile. Then visit the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. Lunch on board.Sail to Esna. Afternoon, Tea. Disco Party.

Overnight abroad your Nile Cruise in Edfu.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

Visits: Valley of the Kings, Temple of Queen Hatshepsut,
Colossi of Memnon


Day 3: Edfu Temple Tour & Sail to Al-Ramady Island

Breakfast on board. Visit the Temple of Horus in Edfu. the second largest temple after Karnak. Which was known in Greco-Roman times as Apollonopolis Magna, The temple was dedicated to the falcon God Horus and was built during the Ptolemaic period. Continue sailing towards Al-Ramady Island.

Overnight abroad your Nile Cruise
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Visits: Temple of Edfu.


Day 4: Al-Ramady Island Tour & Sail to Aswan.

Early morning sail to Aswan, Breakfast on board
Sail to el Sheikh Fadl Island, Lunch on board during sailing
Teatime and Dinner on el Sheikh Fadl Island

Overnight abroad your Nile Cruise
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Day 5: Aswan Tour & Check-out

Breakfast on board and Sail to Aswan arrival Aswan then visit to the High Dam, An engineering miracle was constructed between 1960 and 1970. It aimed to increase economic production by further regulating the annual river flooding and providing storage of water for agriculture, and later, to generate hydroelectricity. The dam has had a significant impact on the economy and culture of Egypt, and then move to the Unfinished Obelisk, This obelisk is believed to belong to Queen Hatshepsut, one of the rulers of the 18th dynasty and the royal wife of king Tuthmosis II. The unfinished obelisk is the largest known ancient obelisk, located in the northern region of the stone quarries of ancient Egypt in Aswan, Egypt. It is unknown which pharaoh created this structure. It is nearly one third larger than any ancient Egyptian obelisk ever erected. If finished it would have measured around 42 m and would have weighed nearly 1,200 tons. Then move to the beautiful located Temple of Philae on Isis Island and the Granite Quarries, which is dedicated to the goddesses Isis and Hathor. Dinner on board

Transfer to Hotel or Aswan Airport or railway station.

Meals: Breakfast.

Visits: High Dam, Philae Temple, Unfinished Obelisk.

7 Days Kemet Dahabiya Nile Cruise from Luxor

Day 1

Arrive in Luxor, where you are met by your tour guide and begin your day of exploring by visiting the east bank of the Nile, the Temple of Karnak, where generations of pharaohs wished to record their names. Walk through the Great Hypostyle Hall, strolling among its expertly aligned columns, which soar to 80 feet high. Continue to the striking Temple of Luxor. View the three large statues of Ramses II along the front of the temple pylons; the Courtyard of Ramses II; and the Colonnade of Amenhotep III, with its 50-foot-high columns. Walk in their shadows as visitors have done since antiquity and ponder the astonishing feats of engineering it took to create them. Then, Board your dahabiya boat. Enjoy lunch & Dinner on board.

Meals: Lunch, Dinner.

Day 2

This morning, explore the west bank of the Nile River and the Necropolis of Thebes, and view the Colossi of Memnon. Next, arrive at the architecturally stunning Temple of Hatshepsut, ancient Egypt’s first female pharaoh and regarded today as one of its most successful. Continue to the Valley of the Kings, burial ground of the pharaohs and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For a period of 500 years beginning in the 16th century BC, tombs were built along this valley for pharaohs and nobles, including that of “the boy king,” Tutankhamun. Enter the tomb of Tutankhamun (extra ticket) - found in 1922 by British archaeologist and Egyptologist Howard Carter- to discover the secrets of this storied chamber. around 12Pm back on board and then set sail, sailing all day down to El Kab where we moor for the night.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3 After breakfast we start the day visiting the village of El Kab where you will see the locals making bread and selling the baskets which they produce made out of recycled bags. Walking on to the Tombs around the great mud brick wall which encloses the now closed site of Nekbet, but you can still see the glory of the 3000 year old wall.

Returning to the boat late morning where we will continue to sail on to Edfu.

Edfu Temple

Edfu Temple is an ancient Egyptian temple situated on a mound on the west bank of Nile River in the city of Edfu, in between Luxor and Aswan. The city was formerly known as ‘Apollonopolis Magna’ during the Greco-Roman period, because the Romans associated Greco with their god Apollo. The city of Edu was a flourishing city during the Ancient Egyptian times, thus the Edu temple was an important symbol of power and influence the city had over the area. It is one of the largest and best preserved temples in Egypt. Edfu Temple was built during between 237 & 57 B.C., during the Ptolemaic period.

The temple was dedicated to Horus, the falcon headed god. The Ancient Egyptians believed that the temple was built on the site where the great battle between the gods Horus and Seth took place. Edfu Temple has some traditional Egyptian elements, along with a few Greek influences.

Mooring for the night just outside Edfu.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4

A full days sail down to the Quarries at Silsila.

Plenty of birds to identify and watch the local fisherman in there colourful rowing boats.

Mooring at Silsila for the night.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5

Gebel El Silsila Temple which is located not far from Aswan was rescued from Lake Nasser, but because of it's location, it has remained largely out of reach to tourists.

Gebel El Silsila Temple

After breakfast visiting the site of Silsila with a small chapel dedicated to Horemheb.

During the 18th dynasty the Egyptians switched from limestone to sandstone. At this time the quarries at Gebelein were not yielding as much limestone as before. Gebel el-Silsila became a source of sandstone.

Many of the talatats used by Akhenaten were quarried from here, and used in buildings at Luxor and Amarna. A stela from the early part of Akhenaten's reign shows the king offering to Amun beneath the winged sun-disk. The inscription records that stone was cut for the great Benben of Harakhty in Thebes. Akhenaten's sculptor Bek oversaw the opening of a stone quarry here.

Returning to the boat where we continue our sail to Komombo, mooring at Manhea for the night.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6

Set dramatically on the bank of the Nile, 47 kilometers north of Aswan and 168 kilometers south of Luxor, the soaring, chunky columns of the Great Temple of Kom Ombo are a magnificent sight as you arrive from the river.

Great Temple of Kom Ombo

In Kom Ombo, you will see a temple that aims to serve 2 sets of gods at the same time. The Kom Ombo Temple has a double design with 2 entrances and duplicate rooms. The south part of the double temple is offered for gods Sobek (crocodile god of fertility and creation), Hathor (goddess of love, joy and motherhood) and Knhonsu (moon god). The north part is dedicated to Panebtawy (lord of 2 lands), Tasenetnofret (Good sister) and Horus the elder (Falcon god). Dedicated to the gods Sobek and Haroeris, the temple's finely carved reliefs give a sense of this area's prominence as capital over the surrounding region during the Ptolemaic era. Today Kom Ombo may be a sleepy agricultural backwater surrounded by sugar cane fields, but its prime position along the Nile once made it one of Upper Egypt's most important cities.

Continue our sail towards Aswan, where we moor at Companea Village, light permitting a member of the crew will walk you through the village.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7

After breakfast and final packing say goodbye to the crew, Visit Philae Temple and High Dam in Aswan Then transfer to Aswan airport.

Meals: Breakfast

Included/Excluded

  • Meet and assist service upon arrival & departure
  • Assistance of our personal during your stay and excursions
  • All transfers by a modern air-conditioned deluxe vehicle
  • Accommodation on board 5 star Dahabiya on full board basis
  • Tea, Coffee and Soft Drinks during Meals on board your Dahabiya
  • All Dahabiya excursions as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Entrance fees to all sights between Luxor and Aswan
  • Egyptologist guide during your excursions
  • All service charges and taxes
  • Personal expenses and extras at the hotels or tours
  • Drinks
  • Any other item non-mentioned above
  • Tips

Price Per Person

5 Days Starting From

  • US$ 860 Per Person in Double Cabin

4 Days Starting From

  • US$ 800 Per Person in Double Cabin

Children Policy

  • 0 – 5.99 Free of Charge
  • 6 – 11.99 pay 50% of tour price
  • 12 – 99 Full price

Cancellation

If there’s no other option than to cancel, we’d like to make sure you’re aware of the potential fees involved. The overview below shows this tour’s cancellation fees depending on how far ahead of the departure date you cancel.

  • Up to 31 days before departure: You forfeit your deposit
  • 30 days before departure: You forfeit 50% of the tour cost
  • 7 days before departure: You forfeit 75% of the tour cost
  • 3 days before departure: You forfeit 100% of the tour cost
from $800,00

Languages

Deutsche, English, Español, Français, italiano, русский, العربية, 中国語, 日本語

Information Contact

Email

info@ancientegypttours.com

Phone

+2010088888478

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