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Nile Cruise

Egyptraveluxe Nile_cruise make the trip between Luxor and Aswan Cities at the South of Egypt. There are 3 different Nile Cruise Programs.

The first program is 3 Nights / 4 Days Aswan - Luxor Program. In this Program you start the trip from Aswan City. You visit Aswan City then the Nile Cruise Sail to Luxor. On the Way the Nile Cruise Stops at Kom Ombo City to visit Kom Ombo Temple and at Edfu City to visit Edfu Temple. At the End thee Nile cruises Arrive to Luxor. In Luxor you visit the West Bank of Luxor. This is the Normal 3 Nights / 4 Days Nile Cruise program. However there are very few Nile Cruises that make this Program in reverse order. You Start from Luxor City and you End at Aswan.

The second program is the 4 Nights / 5 Days Luxor - Aswan Program. The Difference between this program and the 3 Nights program is that you visit the East Bank of Luxor City (Karnak & Luxor Temples) and you get an Extra Felucca Ride in Aswan. This Program starts from Luxor and Ends at Aswan. However there are also very few Nile Cruises that make it in reverse order from Aswan to Luxor. In our Opinion this is the Ideal Program for a Nile cruise Trip.

The Third program is the 7 Nights / 8 Days Luxor / Aswan / Luxor program. In This program you make the same tours as 4 Nights program. Very few Nile Cruises add sailing to Dendara to visit Dendara Temple. In our opinion this is very long Trip. A lot of people get bored from this 7 Nights Trip. We recommend that clients take a 4 Nights Nile Cruise program and save their money to do something else in the other 3 Nights.
Please Note:
* Programs may be changed without prior notice due to navigational circumstances.
* Programs may change in sequence but not in visits.

Here I’ve compiled Egyptraveluxe photos from the tour into one set, and hopefully it captures the depth of rich history lining the Nile in Egypt
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  1. Egypt is the best place for trip. It have big collection of interesting place to visit.

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