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Abundance Dahabiya is a luxurious and unmistakable floating hotel, combining the exterior of traditional felucca with its large size, the most outstanding floating hotel ever.
This is a five-star dahabiya Nile river cruise with excellence.
You’ll find that your next moments are all 5-star, from the upscale reception of the crew to the high level of tour guides who accompany you on the best dahabiya Nile river cruise. The levels of room preparation and décor combine luxury, simplicity, and joy at the same time.
The dahabiya Abundance’s floating ceiling offers a traditional Nubian environment with hardwood flooring and modest furniture made of Nubian velvet.
Sailing down the river Nile, where the Egyptian pharaohs lived and constructed their temples, will transport you back in time.
Mango and date palms border the beaches. There is a thin strip of rich land along the coast that rises to the west of the mountains of Thebes. A cool dip in the river Nile is enticing when it’s above 40 degrees outside in the summer.
Welcome to the Dahabiya ABUNDANCE, where you'll be met at the airport and given a warm welcome. Meet your Egyptologist tour guide once you've chosen your rooms. In Aswan, we board the ship and embark on our enchanted journey. Kom Ombo is where we started our journey. Kom Ombo is home to the crocodile deity Sobek's twin temples, Haroeris and Sobek.
Discover ancient sandstone boulders and chapels carved into the rock by pharaonic kings. The temple of Horus at Edfu, Egypt's best-preserved monument, is a must-see for anybody travelling to the country.
We set sail for the next part of our trip. Take in the sights and sounds of the river Nile and the people that live there. In Esna, pay a visit to the Chnum Temple.
Relax and enjoy your meal. A goodbye from Abundance dahabia Captain and his crew.
At Esna, we'll meet you and transport you to the Dahabiya ABUNDANCE. As soon as you've finished exploring Esna's Temple of Chnum, we'll set sail and begin your enchanted voyage. As we continue our journey down the Nile, you may take in the spectacular scenery. We'll spend the night on a quiet island.
The Temple of Horus at Edfu, one of Egypt's best-preserved temples, is a must-see for every visitor. We can take you on a trip around the settlement of Wadi Shat and show you some old rock carvings. Gebel el Silsila is where we plan to anchor. On the terrace, your meal will be served.
Visitors to the quarry in Gebel el Silsila may see old rock-hewn pharaonic chapels and boulders of sandstone. Sobek and Haroeris temples in Kom Ombo will be next on our itinerary.
A beautiful display of fruits and veggies greets us as we make our way through the quaint town. At one of the most picturesque spots on the coast, we'll drop anchor so you may take a stroll or just rest on board.
After a hearty breakfast, Captain Mohammed and his crew will bid you goodbye and wish you safe travels as you disembark at Aswan.