2 Days 1 Night Nile Felucca Ride Adventure Sailing Boat From Aswan To Kom Ombo Temple Transfer To Edfu Temple And Luxor

2 Days 1 Night Nile Felucca Ride Adventure Sailing Boat From Aswan To Kom Ombo Temple Transfer To Edfu Temple And Luxor

2 Days 1 Night Nile Felucca Ride Adventure Sailing Boat From Aswan To Kom Ombo Temple Transfer To Edfu Temple And Luxor
2 Day(s)


Tour Duration: 2 Days 1 Nights

Tour Type: Nile Felucca Adventures

Tour Departs: Every Day

Egypt Nile Cruise Tour Package Highlight:

Felucca Ride

Kom Ombo Temple

Edfu Temple


Day 01: Nile Felucca Adventure Sailing Boat

At 09.00AM pick up from your Hotel in Aswan to Nile Felucca sailing boat

Nile Felucca start sailing to North Direction

Lunch on board at the Nile Felucca Sailing Boat

Here is some information about the Nile Felucca Sailing Boat

Feluccas are the traditional sailboats of Egypt Nile. Egyptians and foreigners alike enjoy a relaxing felucca ride, as they are perfect for catching the breeze on a hot summer night, for brisker sails the rest of the year and watching the sunset anytime. They are ideal for an impromptu party after work, a romantic evening, and for soothing the tots on the weekends. It is not unusual for friends to get together and rent a felucca for an hour or two for a small social gathering. Such gatherings, frequently after sunset, may not do much sailing at all, but simply sit in a quiet cove where everyone can enjoy the lights on the banks and the river traffic.

The felucca has remained, over the centuries, the primary transportation of the Nile. Its ancient form still graces the river as it has done since the time of the Pharaohs. Motorized barges transport bulk material and modern cruise ships transport tourists, but the felucca remains despite modern alternatives. The felucca rarely has any form of engine and relies entirely on the breeze which builds during the day and usually subsides at night, and the Nile River’s current. Egypt is blessed with a predominant southerly wind that pushes sailboats upriver, while allowing them to return on its current downstream.

Some of the craft today are used to carry tourists who wish to enjoy an eternally peaceful journey carried along by the gentle breeze and the currents of the river. In fact, a felucca ride is very often included in many standard tours. Some feluccas even carry passengers for longer voyages of several days, but only the most adventurous tourists usually take part in these, as the accommodations are rather primitive.

Few feluccas are now made entirely of wood, but the basic layout has barely changed. They don’t have a keel as such, but a heavy center plate which can be raised in the shallows. The sails are seriously low tech affairs made of native cotton and other natural fibers.

Feluccas are usually furnished with cushions around the circumference and a table fixed in the middle; where one can surely enjoy picnic style lunch or dinner while enjoying a different view of the metropolis. Your captain tucks his Galabeya (tradition Egyptian male dress) about his waist and steers with his feet, while busily drawing and letting the sail to and fro as the vessel tacks up and down the Nile.

This is the perfect short trip if you want to enjoy the best of Egypt in an adventurous and informal style. Beginning with the Great Pyramids and Sphinx in Cairo, we see all the classic sights of Egypt. There’s Luxor and the Temple of Karnak, the Valley of the Kings, the Colossi of Memnon, and a free day in Aswan to allow an optional visit to Abu Simbel. The adventure comes in our choice of Nile transport, where we have opted for the single-masted, lateen-rigged sailing boat called the felucca. These age-old workhorses of the Nile give us the freedom to cruise between the great sites along the river, watching rural life pass us by. The winds and currents may necessitate some adjustments to the itinerary, but the schedule is designed to allow for flexibility. Throughout the trip you will be accompanied by one of our local guides who are all experts on ancient Egypt.

Dinner and overnight on Nile Felucca Sailing Boat

(Meals Included – Lunch – Dinner)

Day 02: Nile Felucca, Kom Ombo Temple, Edfu Temple And Transfer To Luxor

Breakfast on Felucca

Visit the Temple of Kom-Ombo, dedicated for Gods Sobek and Haroeris

Drive 60KM to Edfu visit the Temple of Edfu, dedicated to the God Horus

Transfer from Edfu to Luxor

End of our services

(Meals Included – Breakfast)

Prices are quoted in US Dollars per Person per Package.

Seasons and Rates Single Double Triple
Winter Season start from 01/10 To 30/04 $100
Summer Season start from 01/05 To 30/09 $100
Easter Season start from 24 /03 To 08 /04 $100
Christmas & New Year start from 18/12 To 07/01 $100

Tour Prices Inclusions

Transfer from your Hotel in Aswan to Nile Felucca

Transfer from Kom Ombo to Luxor 180KM

All transfers by air-conditioned non-smoking vehicle or buses


1 Night at Felucca Sailing Boat on Full Board basis


Tour to Visit Kom Ombo Temple

Tour to visit Edfu Temple


Assistance of our personal during your stay and excursions

Services of experienced Egyptologist English speaking Tour Guide joined you in the Sightseeing Excursions

All service charges and taxes


Tour Prices Exclusions

Flights, Entry visa Train Tickets

Sightseeing’s Entrance Fees

Any extras not mentioned in the program

Optional Excursions

Personal expenses


Tipping as written in our website http://www.egypt-nile-cruise.com/nile-cruise-gratuities-and-tipping/



Tour Package Information

What The Budget Of This Tour?

Dear Clients please knows that the tour price cover the services stated in the “Inclusions” section only of this page and there are many other personal expenses which will occur during your trip are not included in the Tour prices.

Sightseeing’s Entrance Fees Rates Which Are Not Included In The Package Rates

Kom Ombo Temple: 80 Egyptian Pounds

Edfu Temple: 100 Egyptian Pounds

Optional Excursions If Need It:

Sound & Lights Show at Philae Temple includes transfers – Entrance Fees 45 US Dollars per person

Nubian Village in Aswan 45 US Dollars per person

Abu Simbel by car includes transfers – Entrance Fees and Guide 125 US Dollars per person

Sound & Lights Show at Karnak Temple includes transfers – Entrance Fees 45 US Dollars per person

City tour in Luxor by Horse carriage 20 US Dollars per person

Hot Air Balloon over Luxor 100 US Dollars per person

What You Needs?

Camera and a supply of film – Hat – Sun block – Comfortable Footwear – Sleeping Bag

What The Minimum Of This Tour?

The Tour run minimum of two persons in case of Single Traveler it will be a different rate, for that case there will be a supplement of 75 US Dollars.


Prices are quoted in US Dollars per person per Tour Package and valid year around.

Gratuities And Tipping:

How much is the average Tipping and when to give it?

Nile Felucca Crew:

8 US$ x 1 Night x 4 Person = 32 US$.

For The Drivers, Representatives and Guides:

The following amounts are Recommended and on a Per Person Basis (in American Dollars USD).

Aswan Representative 3 to 5 US$

Guides 5 to 7 US$ (Per Day)

Drivers 3 US$ (Per Day) per person

Please Note:

Tips are not an obligation on you. It is redemption for a good service. However wages in Egypt are very low. So most people depend on tips to survive, but this is not an excuse to give a bad service. If you feel that the person is not offering you a good service or stressing you to give him tips, DO NOT GIVE TIPS or REDUCDE THE AMOUNT. But please tell him why you did that. In most cases if you don’t give tips, people such as Driver, Cruise Staff, Felucca Captain or Carriage Car Driver will think that you gave the tips to your guide to give it to them and will start a Hard Talking with him about that and waste your time.


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