Are you interested?

Make your search and ensure the best price.

circuit details

Jewels of the Nile itinerary

Day 1:


Flight from your hometown to Luxor Airport. *

Arrival at Luxor airport, visa formalities and transfer to the river boat. Dinner and overnight on board.

* The client may choose to take the flight included in the package or buy and book it on their own.

What will you see today?

Day 2:


Full board regime on board. Depart in the morning to cross the Nile and visit the Necropolis of Thebes on its west bank, where you can admire the Valley of the Kings where 62 kings are buried in tombs excavated in the mountain. The funerary temple of Rameses III (20th Dynasty), known today as the Temple of Medinet Habu (the city of Habu), is a good example of New Kingdom architecture. He took as a model the funerary temple of Ramses II, the Rameseo, and enlarged it. It is the best preserved in the Thebes area and still maintains a lot of polychrome. After the visit, we will pass by the Colossi of Memnon and continue towards the Luxor Temple, located in the center of the city of Luxor. The temple was built by Amenophis III and Ramses II in the 18th century BC, and was linked to the Temple of Karnak by the famous Avenue of the Sphinxes. One of the obelisks at the entrance to the temple was taken to the Place de Concorde in Paris. After visiting Luxor, we headed to the Karnak temple, the temple of Amun Ra (the sacred precinct of Thebes) which is full of obelisks, columns and gigantic statues. Return to the boat to begin sailing towards Edfu passing through the Esna lock. Night on board.

What will you see today?

Day 3:


Full board regime on board. Visit of the Temple of Edfú dedicated to the God Horus and characterized by its good state of conservation. The navigation continues towards Kom Ombo, a temple dedicated to the crocodile-headed gods Sobek and falcon-headed Haroeris. After the visit, sailing continues to Aswan. Night on board.

What will you see today?

Day 4:


Full board on board. During this day they have included a visit to the Temple of Philae and a ride on feluccas (typical Egyptian sailboats) to admire from the Nile a panoramic view of the Agha Khan Mausoleum, Elephantine Island and the Botanical Garden. Night on board in Aswan.

What will you see today?

Day 5:


Breakfast and disembark to depart by road to Abu Simbel. Arrival and visit of the two majestic temples carved into the mountain on the shores of Lake Nasser, dedicated to Ramses II and his wife Queen Nefertari. After the visit, transfer to the hotel for registration and free time until the light and sound show begins (the images will be projected onto the colossal sculptures of Ramses II). Dinner and accommodation.

What will you see today?

Day 6:


Breakfast and departure by road to Aswan airport to depart on a local flight (*) to Cairo. Arrive and transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day free. Accommodation.

(*) The client may choose to have the Aswan/Cairo flight included in the package or purchase it on their own.

Day 7:


Breakfast and departure for a panoramic visit to the Giza site, where you can see the famous pyramids and the sphinx. The pyramid of Cheops, whose area is 13 hectares and an original height of 146 meters. The second pyramid, of Pharaoh Kefren with a height of 136 meters. The third pyramid, built by Mycerinus son of Kefren, with a height of 62 meters. The sphinx, a mythical statue with a lion's body and human head, is 70 meters long and 20 meters high. The sphinx and the three pyramids were considered one of the most important wonders of the ancient world. After the visit, return to the hotel and rest of the day at leisure. Accommodation.

What will you see today?

Day 8:


Breakfast. Day off. Accommodation.

What will you see today?

Day 9:


Breakfast and transfer to the airport.

Flight from Cairo Airport to {destination}. *

* The client may choose to take the flight included in the package or buy and book it on their own.