Day 01: Welcome to Aswan.
Arrive in Aswan and transfer to Nile Cruise ship.
Embarkation & lunch on board of the cruise
Proceed with the visits of Aswan including the Temple of Philae, Unfinished Obelisk and the High Dam.
Dinner & Overnight on board of the cruise in Aswan
(Meals Included – lunch, dinner)
Day 02: Aswan / Kom Ombo / Edfu
Breakfast on board the cruise
Lunch on board of the cruise.
Sail to Kom Ombo Visit the Temple of Kom-Ombo, dedicated for Gods Sobek and Haroeris.
Sail to Edfu & dinner on board of the cruise. Arrive Edfu & overnight on board of the cruise in Edfu.
(Meals Included – Breakfast, lunch, dinner)
Day 03: Edfu / Esna / Luxor
Breakfast on board of the cruise.
Visit the Temple of Edfu, dedicated to the God Horus.
Sail to Esna Lock. Cross Esna lock and continue sailing to Luxor.
Overnight on board of the cruise in Luxor.
(Meals Included – Breakfast, lunch, dinner)
Day 04: Cruise Disembarkation & Hurghada
Breakfast and disembarkation from the cruise
Proceed with the visits of the West Bank of the Nile including the Valley of Kings, the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir El-Bahari and the two colossi of Memnon.
After the visits, transfer to your Hotel in Hurghada.
(Meals Included – Breakfast)
Day 05: Hurghada
Breakfast, you have a free day but with the magnificent Red Sea at your doorstep you may well want to go and discover the amazing colorful marine life. There is time to take an introductory dive or take an organized day trip to go snorkeling at Giftun Island with lunch included. You may just like to make the most of the sun loungers and have a day of swimming, sunbathing and relaxation on the beach. Overnight – Hurghada (Breakfast)
Day 06: Hurghada
Breakfast, you have a free
Day 07: Hurghada
Breakfast, you have a free
Day 8: Holiday Ends
Tour ends after breakfast, included onward transfer to Hurghada Airport.
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||
|Summer Season start from 01/05 To 30/09||$1019
|Easter Season start from 24 /03 To 08 /04||$1229
|Christmas & New Year start from 18/12 To 07/01||$1229
Tour Prices Inclusions
Airport Arrival Transfer in Day 1
Brief meeting in the arrival Day
All transfers by air-conditioned non-smoking vehicle or buses
Accommodation for 3 nights on a 5 star Nile cruise Boat on full board basis
Accommodation for 4 nights in 5 stars Hotel in Hurghada on half board basis
Tour to Philae Temple, the High Dam and the Unfinished Obelisk
Tour to Kom Ombo Temple
Tour to Edfu Temple by Horse Carriage
Tour to Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut Temple and Colossi of Memnon
Transfer from Nile Cruise in Luxor to Hurghada in day 4
Services of experienced Egyptologist Tour Guide joined you in the Sightseeing Excursions
Meals as mentioned in the itinerary
Airport departure Transfer in Day 8
All service charges and taxes
Tour Prices Exclusions
Any flights and visa
Entrance fees to all the mentioned sites
Any extras not mentioned in the program
Tour Duration: 8 Days 7 Nights
Tour Departs: Every Wednesday and Friday
Tour Starts in: Aswan
Tour Ends in: Hurghada
Philae Temple – the High Dam – the Unfinished ObeliskIn Kom Ombo:
Kom Ombo TempleIn Edfu:
Edfu TempleIn Luxor:
Valley of the Kings – Hatshepsut Temple Colossi of Memnon
In Nile Cruise
3 Nights in 5 Stars Deluxe Nile Cruise Boat
4 Nights in 5 Stars Hotel in Hurghada
3 Breakfasts at Nile Cruise Boat
4 Breakfasts at Hotel in HurghadaLunches
3 Lunches at Nile Cruise BoatDinners
3 Dinners at Nile Cruise Boat
4 Dinners at Hotel in Hurghada
All Meals Excluded Drinks except (Tea or Coffee or Juice with breakfast only) in Hotel or Nile Cruise Boat.
What is the budget of this Tour?
Dear Clients Please know that the tour price covers the services stated in the “Inclusions” section only and there are many other personal expenses which will occur during your trip are not included in the Tour prices such as Entrance fees, Optional Activities, Tipping etc … Please read bellow of this Page.
What you need?
Camera – Hat – Sun block – Comfortable Footwear – Swimwear
How much is the average Tipping and when to give it?
For The Hotel or Nile Cruise Crew:
On Average there are about 50 to 70 people working in the hotel or Nile Cruise boat. The Guest sees only 5 or 7 persons of the crew. So it is unfair to give tips to people that you see and forget other people. That’s why there is a rule in all hotels or Nile Cruises that Guest should not pay any tips for anyone during the hotel accommodation or the Nile Cruise Trip. All Tips must be given at the end of your trip. You put your tips in an envelope and write the amount on the back then leave it at the Reception of your hotel or Nile Cruise. All Tips will be collected from clients and divided to the whole hotel or Cruise Staff. This is a Fair solution for everyone.
The Tips is about 3 to 5 US$ Per Person per Night. For Example, if you are 2 Person and having a 4 Nights hotel accommodation or Nile Cruise your Tip Amount will be:
4 US$ x 4 Nights x 2 Person = 32 US$.
So you Leave 32 US$ in an Envelope at the Reception on the End of your hotel accommodation or Nile Cruise Trip.
For The Drivers, Representatives and Guides:
The following amounts are Recommended and on a Per Person Basis (in American Dollars USD).
Hurghada Representative 3 to 5 US$
Luxor Representative 3 to 5 US$
Aswan Representative 3 to 5 US$
Guides 5 to 7 US$ (Per Day)
Drivers 3 US$ (Per Day)
Felucca Captain 2 – 3 US$
Horse Carriage in Edfu 2 US$
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.
Egyptian Pound (EGP; symbol E£) = 100 piastres. Notes are in denominations of E£200, 100, 50, 20, 10, 5, 1, 50 piastres and 25 piastres. Coins are in denominations of 25, 20, 10 and 5 piasters.
British pounds sterling, Euros and the US Dollar are accepted everywhere although change may be given in Egyptian pounds.
Available at banks, official bureaux de change and most hotels, Banks often have better exchange rates than bureaux de change or hotels. All common international currencies are accepted.
Credit/Debit Cards and ATMs
American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard and Visa are widely accepted in all but the smallest hotels and restaurants throughout the country, except in the Western oases.
These are becoming less useful now that international ATMs are prevalent throughout the country. To avoid additional exchange rate charges, travelers are advised to take traveler’s cheques in US Dollars, Euros or Pounds Sterling.
The import and export of local currency is limited to Eâ£5,000. The import and export of foreign currency is limited to US$10,000 or equivalent.
Exchange Rate Indicators: Kindly visit the website of the main bank in Egypt to see the update exchange rates.