A memorable vacation you can spend in Egypt, on this 4 day Aswan Luxor Nile Cruise Tour. Discover all historical sites along the Nile. Soak up the luxury on board your 5-stars cruise boat. The vacation in Egypt wouldn’t be complete without a cruise on the Nile. So, let’s do it. Discover the luxury and history at the same time by visiting Temple of Karnak, Valley of the Kings. Make your own history at Philae Temple, The Temple of Kom Ombo and Edfu Temple. And don’t forget to take a stunning photos. Wait!! our tour hasn’t end yet. We offer you all entrance fees with Qualified Egyptology guide to Theban Necropolis, High Dam, Luxor Temple “Temple of Amenhotep III”, Temple of Hatshepsut. of course you shouldn’t be in Luxor and don’t visit Colossi of Memnon. This tour definitely will left you Amazed.
Of all Luxor's monuments, the Temple Complex of Karnak must be its most amazing feat, you can't help but be amazed by the massive columns and painted hieroglyphs. Within its precincts are the Great Temple of Amun, the Temple of Khons, and the Festival Temple of Tuthmosis III, as well as many other buildings. the Temple Complex of Karnak sits in Maabad al-Karnak Street, East Bank, Luxor. You can easily walk to temple of karnak from downtown, or just take a taxi.
The Valley of the Kings, also known as the Valley of the Gates of the Kings, Within the valley are 63 tombs, including the famous boy-king Tutankhamun, Ramses III which is adorned with colorful 2000-year-old reliefs, also there are many other tomps like Tiye, Merneptah, Twosret and Setnakhte. The tombs are open on a rotation system to maintain the paintings as much as possible from the damage caused by dampness. Visiting the valley will rock you.
one of the best-preserved ancient monuments in Egypt. the temple is dedicated to Horus, the avenging son of Isis and Osiris. located on the west bank of the Nile in Edfu, Upper Egypt. The temple was built in the Ptolemaic Kingdom between 237 and 57 BC.
is an unusual double temple constructed during the Ptolemaic period, which lasted from 108 to 47 BC. Standing on a promontory at a bend in the Nile, where in ancient times sacred crocodiles basked in the sun on the riverbank, is the Temple of Kom Ombo, one of the Nile Valley's most beautifully sited temples.
Philae Temple The temple was flooded by the Nile and was divided and reassembled in a new location above the Agilkia Island. You can enjoy a cruise towards the island and take a look at the whole temple from the outside then visit the temple from the inside, where you will be amazed by the enormity of the building And its huge pillars, which carry stunning decorations and inscriptions .You can also attend the Sound and Light Show at night, which is available in different language.
This impressive mortuary temple, built by Queen Hatshepsut, seems to blend in with the limestone cliffs from which it was cut. The meticulously restored complex happens to sit on one of the hottest places on the planet, so most visitors come in the cooler morning hours.
Standing nearly 60 feet (18 meters) above the desert plain, the two faceless statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III are often the first monuments you’ll see when visiting Luxor’s West Bank. Each of the two Colossi was cut from a single block of stone.
The enormous Luxor Temple was one of the great constructions of the New Kingdom (dating from the 14th century BC) dedicated to the god Amun. It was known as the “Southern Sanctuary” and was the site of ceremonies aimed at encouraging the life-giving Nile floods.
The Theban Necropolis is a necropolis on the west bank of the Nile, opposite Thebes (Luxor) in Upper Egypt. It was used for ritual burials for much of the Pharaonic period, especially during the New Kingdom.
The Aswan Dam, or more specifically since the 1960s, the Aswan High Dam, is an embankment dam built across the Nile in Aswan, Egypt, between 1960 and 1970. with its ability to better control flooding, provide increased water storage for irrigation and generate hydroelectricity the dam was seen as pivotal to Egypt's planned industrialization.
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