El Amira Dahabiya Nile Cruise

El Amira Dahabiya Nile Cruise

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El Amira Dahabiya Nile Cruise

El Amira Dahaby was launched in September 1st , 2008 and offers a cruise experience like no other on the Nile. It is a small and luxurious cruise boat with comfort offering a spectacular opportunity for an extended family or small groups to discover Egypt on a private cruise.

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It was launched in September 1st , 2008 and offers a cruise experience like no other on the Nile. It is a small and luxurious cruise boat with comfort offering a spectacular opportunity for an extended family or small groups to discover Egypt on a private cruise. There are 10 luxury cabins, 18 m², well furnished up to the 5 stars standard, available with teak interior and parquet floors. A comfortable Salon is available to provide you with a relaxing sitting with our soft music. On the spacious sundeck you will find an open air oriental-style Jacuzzi and a bar in the center. There is also a restaurant and an exclusive lounge bar available. All cabins feature panoramic windows, private direct-dial telephones, individual climate control, hairdryers, mini-bar, safe deposit boxes, plasma televisions with movie channels, bathroom with full amenities, and a private terrace. Daily guided excursions will take the guests to the highlights along the Nile, to visit the famous sightseeing’s of Upper Egypt, like Karnak Temple, Luxor Temple, Valley of the Kings, Edfu Temple, Esna Temple, Kom Ombo Temple, the twin temples of Abu Simble and the Philae Temple..

 

  • 24 hours reception
  • International telephone and fax service
  • Internet service
  • Large Panoramic window
  • Main Dining Room, Lounge, Sun Deck Bar
  • Marine satellite TV
  • Music system
  • Pool bar
  • Private bathroom with W/C, shower and hairdryer
  • Satellite color TV
  • Swimming pool

Esna – Aswan 4 Nights/5 Days

Day 01:
Boarding in Esna – El Kab – Quessia
Departure from any address in Luxor to Esna (50km south), home port of the Dahabiya. Embarkation on the Dahabiya for a 5-day cruise along the Nile between Esna and Aswan. Cruise to El Kab, the ancient town of Nekheb, to visit the remains of its temples and some of the tombs cut into the cliffs. Set sail for a small island where the boat will moor for the night. Dinner will be served on board the Dahabiya or on the tranquil banks of the Nile. First night on board.

Day 02:
Edfu – Wadi el Shat
Sail for Edfu and visit the temple of Horus, the best-preserved of all the temples in Egypt. Set sail for a small island where the boat will moor for the night, later stops will take you to small villages and the desert. Dinner will be served on board the Dahabiya or on the tranquil banks of the Nile. Second night on board.

Day 03:
Gebel el Silsila – Kom Ombo – Maniha
Sail to Gebel el Silsila and explore the ancient sandstone quarries and rock-cut chapels of Horemheb, Seti I, Ramesses II and Merenptah. The journey up the Nile continues towards the double temple of Haroeris and Sobek in Kom Ombo. Set sail for the island of Maniha, where the Dahabiya will moor for the night. Dinner will be served on board the Dahabiya or on the tranquil banks of the Nile. Third night on board.

Day 04:
Daraw – El Koubania, Aswan
Sail to Daraw and take a walking tour to the village to visit the markets of Daraw, once the last stop on the famous 40-day desert road between Sudan and Egypt. Sailing continues to the Nubian village of El Koubania, near Aswan. Fourth and last night on board.

Day 05:
Disembarkation in Aswan
End of the Dahabiya journey in Aswan after breakfast on board. Transfer to any address in Aswan.


Esna – Aswan 5 Nights/6 Days

Day 01:
Esna-elhegz island-Edfu
Upon arrival at Esna at noon time our crew will welcome you on board. A fresh welcomed drink will be served, while your luggage stored on your cabin. Start sailing on the Nile to our first stop in hegz island , it takes around 4-5 hours lunch will be served during sailing and you will enjoy the natural senses on both shores of the Nile , after arrival at el hegz island north of Edfu . The dinner will be served on board.

Day 02:
Edfu-Fawaza island
Sail en-route to edfu enjoy breakfast at your leisure an then visit edfu temple one of the largest and most intact monuments in Egypt. Two beautiful of the granite statues of falcon god hours .are flanking the entrance .after the visits of the temple either ride or walk through bazaars where you can barter a souvenir, spices and perfumes .we will then set sails for about one hour to el fawaza island were we will get dinner

Day 03:
gabal el silsilah
We set off relaxing sailing journey to the temple of gabal el silslah another of the frequent destination. We tie up a alongside speos of hoermoheb .tonight the dinner will be served in front of illuminated temple or on the upper deck of the boat on quite atmosphere. with some music to match the mood.

Day 04:
kom Ombo
Take your breakfast at your leisure as we will sail on to kom ombo listen to the sound of the water buffalo as they wade in the shallow water or watch the donkeys. Admire the various birds life on the river. Visit the Greco roman temple at kom ombo which was built totally symmetrically with two entrances, two halls and two sanctuaries dedicated to (hours the elder) and crocodile god sobek . Lunch will be served as we head for a small island will we moor at the evening and enjoy dinner at enchanting location.

Day 05 :
Aswan
Enjoy the privilege and luxury of days gone as we sails to Aswan the gateway to Nubia and Sudan ,we should around arrive at 10 AM giving you the plenty of time to visits the some of the highlights such as phile temple and the unfinished obelisk. the granite quarries souk of Aswan . Farewell dinner with Arabic and oriental music.

Day 06 :
final departure
After breakfast we bid farewell to the crew. The luggage will be collected and we will be ready for you to travel to your second destination.


Luxor – Aswan 4 Nights/5 Days

Day 01:

Embarkation in Luxor

Lunch on board.
After lunch visit the temples of Luxor and Karnak.

Day 02:
Breakfast
Visit the West Bank ( Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut temple and Colossi of Memnon). Sail to Esna after lunch. Dinner during sailing. Overnight beside an island.

Day 03:
Breakfast while crossing Esna lock.
Sail to Edfu.
After lunch, visit the temple of Edfu.
Sail to Al Ramady.
Dinner on island. Overnight beside Al Ramady village.

Day 04:
Early morning sail to Kom Ombo.
Visit Temple of Kom Ombo at noon time.
Sail to Aswan and Lunch on board during sailing.
Overnight in Aswan.

Day 05 :
Breakfast on board.
Disembarkation in Aswan.


Luxor – Aswan 5 Nights/6 Days

Day 01:
Leaving Luxor behind 60 KM to Esna. We sail to El Hegz Island, a small island in the north of Edfu. During the trip (4 to 5 hours of sailing on the Nile), lunch will be served and guests can enjoy the views. After arrival at El Hegz Island, dinner will be served on board. Overnight on board.

Day 02:
While we sail to El Kab, you can enjoy breakfast on the deck at your leisure. After visiting el Kab’s temple, we will continue on to Edfu (about five hours). After lunch, we will visit the Edfu temple, one of the largest and most intact monuments in Egypt. The entrance to the temple is guarded by two beautiful granite statues of the falcon god. After visiting the temple, we will have time to explore the bazaar to barter for souvenirs, spices or perfumes. We will then set sail to Fawaza Island (1 hour). Dinner and overnight on board.

Day 03:
We set sail early to Gebel el Silsila to visit the temple. We then sail four to five hours toMeneha Island. Dinner will be served on the upper deck of the boat, in front of theilluminated temple, with music to add to the atmosphere. Overnight on board.

Day 04:
Take your breakfast at your leisure as we sail on to Kom Ombo (1.5 hours). As we sail, listen to the sound of the water buffalo wading in the shallow water, or admire the variety of bird life on the river. Visit the Greco Roman Temple at Kom Ombo, built symmetrically with two entrances, two halls and two sanctuaries dedicated to Horus the elder and crocodile god Sobek. Lunch will be served as we head to Daraw, where we will visit the animal and vegetables market (El Souk), famous for its camel market. We will then sail to the small island of Kopania (5 hours), where we will enjoy dinner and overnight on board.

Day 05 :
Enjoy the privilege and luxury of days gone by as we sail to Aswan, the gateway to Nubia and Sudan. The trip takes about three hours, during which we will breakfast. After arriving around 10 am, we will visit the High Dam, the Temple of Philae, the unfinished obelisk, and the granite quarries of the souk of Aswan. Upon returning to the ship, we will enjoy a farewell dinner with Arabic and oriental music. Overnight on board..

Day 06 :
After breakfast, we will disembark about 10 am in Aswan, where you will continue on to your other destinations.


Luxor – Aswan 7 Nights/8 Days

Day 01:

Check in – Lunch.
Visit the gigantic temples complex of Karnak, followed by the awesome Luxor Temple started by Amenophis III in the 14th century B.C. and extended by Ramsis II.
Dinner – Overnight.

Day 02:
Breakfast
Visit the West Bank Necropolis, the burial ground of the Pharaohs the Valley of the Kings where Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tutankhamen in 1922. Proceed to the nearby Valley of the Queens, the mortuary temple of Hatshepsuit and the Colossi of Memnon.
Lunch – Free time at leisure
Dinner – Overnight.

Day 03:
Early Sail to Esna – Lunch.
Arrive Esna.
Visit the town and temple of Esna dedicated to the creator god Khnum.
Dinner – Overnight Esna.

Day 04:
Early sailing to Edfu.
Breakfast on board, View of El Kab tombs and site from the deck.
Lunch on board.
Arrive Edfu.
Visit to one of best preserved temples of Greco – Roman era, that of Horus at Edfu.
Experience the horse drawn carriage ride back and forth to the temple.
Dinner – Overnight Edfu.

Day 05 :
Early sailing to Kom Ombo.
BBQ lunch on A Nile Island (AlRamady ).
Sail to island (Meneh) Kom Ombo and View the Silesia Temple and sandstone quarries from deck.
Overnight Meneh Island.

Day 06 :
Visit kom Ombo temple dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek and the falcon-headed Horus the elder, god of the morning sun – Breakfast.
Sail to Aswan.
Lunch BBQ on a Nile island (Herdiab).
Sail to an island prior Aswan island (Copania).
Dinner on board – Overnight.

Day 07 :
Breakfast on island – Sail to Aswan.
Visit the High Dam and the Old Dam and the ‘ unfinished obelisk’, lying in ancient granite quarries of Aswan. Then proceed to Philae Temple, dedicated to the goddess Isis, being rescued from the rising waters of Lake Nasser at the time of the High Dam’s construction.
Lunch.
Visit the Nubian Museum.
Dinner – Overnight Aswan.

Day 08 :
Breakfast – Check out.


Aswan – Luxor 7 Nights/8 Days

Day 01:

Check in – Lunch.
Visit the Nubian Museum.
Dinner – Overnight.

Day 02:
Breakfast
Visit the High Dam and the Old Dam and the ‘ unfinished obelisk’, lying in ancient granite quarries of Aswan.
Then proceed to Philae Temple, dedicated to the goddess Isis, being rescued from the rising waters of Lake Nasser at the time of the High Dam’s construction.
Sailing – Dinner
Overnight on Island prior Kom Ombo (Herdiab Island).

Day 03:
Early Sail to Kom Ombo – Lunch.
Visit temple of Kom Ombo dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek and the falcon-headed Horus the elder, god of the morning sun.
Dinner – Overnight Kom Ombo.

Day 04:
Early sailing to Edfu – Breakfast on board.
Lunch on Island ( Ramaddeya ).
Visit to one of best preserved temples of Greco – Roman era, that of Horus at Edfu. Experience the horse drawn carriage ride back and forth to the temple.
Sailing View of Silsila Temple and Sandstone quarries from the Deck .
Dinner – Overnight on island ( Ramaddeya ).

Day 05 :
Early Crossing of lock and sailing to Luxor.
Visit the town and temple of Esna dedicated to the creator god Khnum.
Sail to Luxor – Lunch on board
Arrive Luxor – Overnight.

Day 06 :
Breakfast.
Visit the gigantic temples complex of Karnak, followed by the awesome Luxor Temple started by Amenophis III in the 14th century B.C. and extended by Ramsis II.
BBQ Lunch – Dinner – Overnight Luxor.

Day 07 :
Breakfast.
Visit the West Bank Necropolis, the burial ground of the Pharaohs the Valley of the Kings, where Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tutankhamen in 1922. Proceed to the nearby Valley of the Queens, the mortuary temple of Hatshepsuit and the Colossi of Memnon.
Lunch – Leisure time.
Dinner – Overnight.

Day 08 :
Breakfast – Check out.


Luxor – Luxor 7 Nights/8 Days

Day 01:

Embarkation in Luxor, Lunch on board, After Lunch visit the Temples of Luxor & Karnak, Dinner and Overnight on the west bank.

Day 02:
Breakfast on board, Visit the west bank ( Valley of the Kings, The temple of Hatshepsut and the Colossi of Memnon), Sail to Esna after lunch, Dinner during sailing, Overnight beside an Island.

Day 03:
Breakfast While crossing Esna Lock, Sail to Edfu, After Lunch visit the Temple of Edfu, Sail to Al Ramady, Dinner on Island, Overnight beside Al Ramady Village.

Day 04:
Breakfast on board , Sail to Aswan and Lunch on board during sailing, Dinner & overnight Aswan on the west bank.

Day 05 :
Breakfast on board, Visit the Temple of Philae and the High dam, Lunch on board, Free time at Aswan market, Overnight Aswan on the west bank.

Day 06 :
Breakfast on board, Lunch on board, Sail to Kom Ombo, Visit the Temple of Kom Ombo, Sail to al Mansouriya Village.

Day 07 :
Breakfast on board, Lunch while sailing to Esna, Crossing Esna lock, Sail to Luxor, Dinner and Overnight on board.

Day 08 :
Breakfast on board, Disembarkation in Luxor.

Inclusions

  • Accommodation on board the Nile cruises based on FB basis.
  • Meet and assist service upon arrival & departure
  • Assistance of our personnel during your stay and excursions
  • All transfers by a modern air-conditioned deluxe vehicle private
  • All Nile Cruise excursions as mentioned in the itinerary private
  • Entrance fees to all sights in and between Luxor and Aswan
  • Private Egyptologist English-speaking tour guide (s)
  • Complementary 01 bottle of water per day per person
  • All transfers by A-C vehicles with qualified driver (s).
  • All service charges and taxes

Exclusions

  • Any Extra meals and beverages.
  • All personal expenses like laundry etc.
  • Tipping to Guide, Driver, etc.
  • Any Optional tours may require.

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