Cairo, Nile Cruise and Lake Cruise Tours with Maestro Online Travel, an extreme amazing Classic travel package which includes the perfect Nile Cruise trip plus the Lake Cruise trip, both of them will take you to another world, you will enjoy & interest every moment in this special travel package.
Day 1 Arrival Cairo/Welcome to The land of the Pharaohs
Cairo, Nile Cruise and Lake Cruise Tours, Maestro Online Travel wishing you a happy tour package in Egypt, our representative will meet & assist you in all the procedures upon your arrival at Cairo international airport then transfer to your hotel & help you to check in a smooth way & overnight in Cairo.
Day 2 Cairo Sightseeing/ Train to Luxor
Breakfast at your hotel, Maestro Online Travel professional tour guide will escort you to explore the secrets of the Pyramids of Giza, the most famous landmark of Egypt and one of the most astonishing monuments in the whole world, see the Sphinx which is another breathtaking monument. We will be having lunch in one of the recommended local restaurants in the area of Giza. Then proceed to visit the Egyptian Museum the largest museum in the whole world. The highlights of more than 120,000 displays include the treasures of King Tut Ankh Amun, the Mummies Hall, and many other displays dating to various eras of the ancient Egyptian history, continue your visits by going to Salah El Din Citadel, built by the famous Saladin in the 11th century to protect Egypt, the citadel still preserved much of its charm and elegance. The centerpiece of the Citadel is the Mosque of Mohamed Ali, the finest example of Ottoman architecture in Egypt and one of the Cairo’s landmarks. Then transfer to Giza railway station to board the sleeping train to Luxor, dinner will be served on board.
Day 3 Arrival Luxor/ Visit East Bank
Breakfast on board, transfer by a private air conditioned vehicle with Maestro Online Travel representative to check in your Nile cruise, visit Karnak temple, Luxor temples, and overnight on board.
Day 4 West Bank/Esna
Breakfast on board, early sail to Luxor, visit the city of Dead in the West Bank, view the Valley of the Kings inaugurate visits with the Valley of the Kings; the most important tomb in the Valley of the Kings is that of Tut Ankh Amun that was discovered intact by Howard Carter in 1922. The toms are featured with their colorful wall paintings of mortuary scenes of ancient Egypt, Resort to visit the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, built more than 3500 year ago; the temple is featured with its magnificent location at the bottom of one of the Theban Mountains, its imposing terraces, and many wonderful architectural features like the chambers of Anubis, Hathour, and the Pont Hall, finally visit Colossi of Memnon the surviving items of the Temple of Amenhotep III and one of the landmarks of Luxor. Sail to Esna & Overnight.
Day 5 Edfu/Kom Ombo
Sail To Edfu, Visit Horus Temple, visit the Temple of Edfu, located almost halfway between Luxor and Aswan. The Temple is the best example of a preserved temple that dates back to the Ptolemaic period in Egypt, and then sail to Kom visit the wonderful temple of Kom Ombo, the center of the worship of the god Sobek, the Crocodile god. Overlooking the River Nile, the temple of Kom Ombo is quite impressive and it consists in fact out of two temples; one dedicated to Sobek, while the other is dedicated to Haroeris, overnight.
Day 6 Aswan Sightseeing
Sail to Aswan, first visit will be to the High Dam, the best Egyptian architectural achievement in the 20th century. The High Dam helped Egypt control the water of the flood of the River Nile and generate a considerable amount of the country’s electricity, then visit Unfinished Obelisk & Philae Temple which is the highlight of Aswan and one of the most marvelous Pharaonic temples in southern Egypt. The Temple was dedicated to the goddess Isis, overnight in Aswan.
Day 7 Embarkation Lake Cruise
Disembarkation from your Nile Cruise, then transfer to your deluxe Lake Cruise in Aswan, embarkation before Lunch, afternoon free time, dinner & Nubian show, overnight on board.
Day 8 Kalabsha/Wadi El Sebou
Sail to Kalabsha, Visit Kalabsha Temple one of the most popular Pharaonic sites located to the South of Aswan. This striking temple was constructed in the 1st century AD by the Romans on the ruins of a much older temple. With a remarkable pylon, many huge pillars, and a hypostyle hall, the temple is significantly interesting. Another notable monument in our visits’ list would be to the Temple of Beit El Wali, constructed by Ramses II, the Temple is featured with walls inscriptions showing the greatness of the king.
Sail To Wadi El Seboua. Lunch on board. Tea time. Cocktail party. Dinner on board. Overnight in Wadi El Seboua.
Day 9 Wadi El Sebou/Amada
Visit the Temple of Wadi El Seboua, this temple hosts a small avenue of sphinxes that the complex was actually named after. Constructed by Ramses II.
Sail to Amada. Visit Amada constructed by Tuthmosis III and Amenhotep II and dedicated to the worship of Amun-Ra, the complex is the oldest existing Nubian temple in Egypt with some features that are finely preserved.then visit Derr, go on to explore the Tomb of Pennout; the tomb is featured with some marvelous wall colors and scenes from the Pharaonic mortuary rituals, Enjoy Nubian Show, Overnight in Amada.
Day 10 Kasr Ibrim/Abu Simbel
Early sail to Kasr Ibrim, then sail to Abu Simbel, visit The Temple of Ramses II of Abu Simble is simply one of the most breathtaking monuments in the whole world. Visited by numerous travelers who tour Egypt, the complex of Abu Simble consists of two huge rock-cut temples that were constructed near the city of Aswan Ramses II, the most famous king and builder of ancient Egypt constructed the temples of Abu Simble in 1265 BC after a construction process that remained for 21 years. The complex consists of two marvelous temples. The first is the Temple of Ramses, the beloved of the god Amun and the second temple, the smaller one, is the Temple of the goddess Hathour. The complex of temples at Abu Simble amazes tourists who visit Egypt from all over the world. The larger temple at Abu Simble was dedicated to the three most dominant gods in Egypt in the 13th century BC, Amun, Ra, and Ptah. The most marvelous feature of this temple is the facade with the four huge statues of Ramses II that were cut out of rocks, overnight.
Day 11 Disembarkation/ Fly Back to Cairo
Check out, transfer to Abu Simbel airport to fly back to Cairo, arrival Cairo airport, meet & assist, transfer by Maestro Online Travel representative to your hotel in Cairo & overnight.
Day 12 Fly Back Home
Breakfast at your hotel, free time at your leisure then transfer to Cairo international airport with Maestro Online Travel representative for your final departure.
- Meet and greet service by our representatives at airports
- All transfers to/from airport, Station & hotel by a private air-conditioned vehicle
- Domestic air ticket Abu Simbel/Cairo.
- Accommodation for 2 nights in Cairo including daily breakfast.
- Accommodation for one night on sleeping train on half board basis.
- Accommodation for 4 nights onboard Nile Cruise on full board basis
- Accommodation for 4 nights onboard Lake Cruise on full board basis
- All sightseeing tours in Cairo are private guided tours.
- All sightseeing tours on the Nile Cruise are private guided tours.
- All sightseeing tours on the Lake Cruise are sharing group tours.
- Entrance fees to all sites as mentioned in the itinerary.
- English-speaking tour guide during your tours
- Meals as mentioned in the itinerary
- All service charges and taxes
- International Airfare
- Entry visa to Egypt
- Any optional tours
- Personal expenses & Tipping
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