Egypt Nile Cruises carry their own guest lecturers, and call at important sites along the Nile including the Temple of Horus at Edfu, with its colossal gateway guarded by giant stone falcons, and the Temple of Sobek and Haroeris at Kom Ombo. At Aswan, there are must see ruins on Elephantine Island, on the Nile, and Philae, an island in Lake Naser. In Luxor, explore Valley of the Kings, Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, and Temples at Karnak . There are also many interesting small museums at each unique site.
You can make the Nile journey either way, spending two to four nights on board and returning to Cairo by air from Aswan or to Luxor by coach or air. You can also travel more cheaply and adventurously- and in a lot less luxury- by taking an open Felucca with skipper and crow from the waterfront at Aswan, where strenuous bargaining will be called for
A leisurely Cruise on one of the dozens of purpose-built ‘floating hotels’ which ply the upper reaches of the Nile between Luxor and Aswan is a delightfully relaxed way to see life on the Nile, and a string of remarkable ancient temples on the banks of the river.
There are Luxury Nile Cruises, Deluxe Nile Cruises with elegant dining, roomy cabins and on-board pools and sundeck. There are also Cheap Nile Cruises
It is not surprising to know that there are many Egypt Nile Cruises where the best form to visit this incredible sightseeing via Egypt Nile cruises, we offering Luxor and Aswan Nile Cruises to visit the most famous sites and attractions between Luxor and Aswan, Egypt Nile Cruises have a fixed schedule and determined landing points. Every few hours, you will get alarm from your Nile Cruise to stop and walk to these huge temples and tombs in Luxor and Aswan to take amazing shots, enjoy visiting Karnak and Luxor Temples, valley of the kings, The temple of Hatshepsut, Colossi of Memnon, Edfu temple, Kom Ombo temple, Philae Temple and much more.