Welcome to Luxor, (around the clock). Vantage Travels representative will meet and assist you to finish the arrival procedures, having your luggage checked he will escort you to the Dahabiya by deluxe air-conditioned vehicle Embarkation for a relaxing week sailing the Nile After lunch, excursion to visit the magnificent temple complex of Amon-Ra at Karnak, with its vast hypostyle hall of 137 columns, followed by the imposing 28th, Dynasty Luxor Temple. Overnight moored on the Nile banks of Luxor.
After breakfast you will start your journey to discover the Curse of the Pharaohs by visiting west bank of Luxor where the valley of kings – which had the royal tombs of kings during new kingdom – Hatshepsut temple – the only female ruled Egypt over 18 years – and colossi of Memnon are located. Ending your tour, you will be driven back to your Dahabiya to enjoy lunch & dinner during sailing to Edfu passing through Esna lock. Sail on the way to Esna. (noon time). Overnight nearby Esna.
Today will be a leisurely day. After breakfast, commence sailing. Overnight moored beside a Nile island.
Enjoy your breakfast on board, then start your journey with amazing transfer to Edfu temple (Horus Temple), Edfu temple consists of traditional elements of Egyptian Temples of the New Kingdom, together with a few Greek elements, back to your Dahabiya to enjoy lunch & dinner. Overnight moored beside a Nile island.
Today you will sail on the way to Kom Ombo. Overnight moored beside a Nile island.
Visit Kom Ombo to see the Ptolemaic temple dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek and the falcon-headed Horus, god of the morning sun. A leisurely sailing to Aswan and moored nearby Aswan Bridge.
DAY (07): Luxor
Arriving to Aswan at the early morning, breakfast on board then enjoy visiting the high dam & unfinished Obelisk by air conditioned vehicle, then you will use another kind of transportation (Motor Boat) to visit Philae Temple back to your Dahabiya to enjoy lunch & dinner.
DAY (08): – Departure Luxor
Breakfast aboard the Dahabiya followed by disembarkation.