luxor tours :The best that can be called this trip is “the journey beyond the dam,” many Nile trips are linking between the cities of Luxor and Aswan. Still, the trip behind the dam is a completely different trip, yes it is a river trip, but it differs in that it starts from After the High Dam, it sails in Lake Nasser for 280 kilometers to Abu Simbel Temple in Aswan.
The purpose of this trip is to relax, enjoy the beauty of nature and tranquility, be scenic, and visit a number of tourist attractions that are unprecedented in the whole world.
It will be an experience to remember. We are trying to prove that we are the best, and we will go to any extent to do so.
Our representative will greet you upon your arrival with a warm welcome.
When you arrive in Egypt from your native country, our representative will meet and greet you.
He would gladly assist you at the airport and would even bring your things directly to the Nile cruise to help you access your cabins as soon as possible.
Our advisor will go through the schedule with you and set up a time for the next day's visit.
Have a wonderful time and go on exciting adventures.
You can inquire your representative about the optional tours, the sound and light show in Karnak temples, or the hot air balloon ride available for you.
After a delicious breakfast, take an early morning ride with your guide and private driver to the west bank of the Nile, the place where the ancient Egyptians buried their kings and queens.
They thought the sun's setting was the meaning of death. That's the reason they built all their tombs on the west side of the Nile.
After the tombs, we will visit the temple of the most powerful woman in ancient Egypt, the queen Hatshepsut, the only woman who ruled Egypt.
While we are driving back, we will find two huge statues of Memnon, where we will stop to take memorable photos with the two gigantic.
We will return to the Nile Cruise at exactly noon to eat your lunch before the Nile Cruise departs to Esna.
Before visiting the tombs, you may experience an incredible balloon ride in the early morning, where you can enjoy a safe and quiet flight to view the dawn from above.
Inquire with your rep or the guide who is accompanying you about this excursion, which is not included in the schedule but may be arranged for you.
Breakfast on the Nile cruise has a distinct flavour since it is mixed with the aromas of the Nile and the temples, so savour it. We'll take a carriage to the Temple of Edfu, also known as the Temple of Horus, Egypt's second-largest temple after Karnak. This temple, which was also built under the Roman Empire, is Egypt's most complete temple. Goodness reigns supreme in Edfu Temple, a perfect reflection of the temple's name. Horus, Osiris' son, received the winged sun symbol and used it to overcome Set, the god of evil. This temple depicts and narrates the events of this tale in incredible detail.
The boat will land adjacent to the Kom Ombo temple for a stunning tour to the temple, which was built during the Roman Empire.
Today is Aswan Day, and Aswan is the land of gold. It is a city known for its people's friendliness and the beauty of its surroundings. Today we'll see the most magnificent sights in Aswan. The High Dam was Egypt's most significant structure in the twentieth century.
Because it was Egypt's primary source of energy production, it also conserved the Nile's flooded waters and built Lake Nasser, the world's biggest artificial lake.
After that, we'll travel together to the Philae temple, which is in the middle of the water, so we'll get there by motorboat to enjoy the river Nile, which is drifting to the Philae temple, which was rescued from flooding before the high dam was built.
On this day, you'll remember it for the rest of your life.
Our first stop will be Abu Simbel Temple, the Great Temple of Egypt, after breakfast on the Nile cruise.
We won't head straight to the temple; instead, we'll take a luxurious boat on Lake Nasser to make the most of our time there.
Visiting Abu Simbel today is included in the boat itinerary, but after lunch, so sit back and enjoy the view of the Abu Simbel temple from the top of the boat.
On today's tour, we'll see Kasr Ibrim, which is the only monument in the area that has survived the floods.
The King Tuthmosis III temple in Amada will also be on our itinerary.
We'll also pay a visit to the tomb of Pennut, King Ramses II's highest-ranking officer.
In addition to the boat programme, there is a nighttime party and entertainment programme to ensure that you get the most out of your vacation.
Today we will visit Wadi Al-Sebua, which is named after the lion statues there.
We won't overcrowd the schedule with visits. After your excursion, you may relax on the boat's sun deck or in the pool under a warm, sunny sky.
Following our morning meal, we'll go to the Kalabsha Temple in honour of the Nubian fertility god Mandulis.
We'll also visit Beit El Wali, a temple cut into the rock.
To avoid being submerged by the Nile, all of these temples were relocated to higher ground.
Afterward, we'll take an air-conditioned vehicle to Luxor, where we'll spend another night before tomorrow's tour begins.
You don't have to wake up early today; just go for breakfast.
After breakfast, you may either relax a bit or go to the temples with your guide and an air-conditioned car. The temples of Luxor, or Thebes, as the ancient Egyptians named the city, will be our trip today.
Luxor and Karnak, two ancient Egyptian temples located east of the Nile, are linked by the Avenue of Sphinx.
The Avenue of Sphinx connects Luxor and Karnak, two ancient Egyptian temples situated east of the Nile. Karnak is the world's most extensive temple complex, with roughly four temples devoted to the sun god Amun occupying most of its space.
The Great Temple is made up of 10 massive temples.
The Avenue of the Sphinx, a freshly built route connecting the temples of Karnak and Luxor, will be our next destination, where we will tour the massive temple before returning to our accommodation.
The Luxor Temple, on the other hand, is the most spectacular of the two temples. After it was totally buried in the sand, a mosque was erected on top of it, and a part of the temple was retained inside the mosque.
The pictures you take on your vacation will serve as a lifelong reminder of how much fun you had.
For your international flight, we'll have a representative at the airport to make sure you catch your flight.
We won't say goodbye but instead will say "see you soon" until we meet again.
If you had a good time, please tell your family and friends about us so they may have a good time too.
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