3 Nights Dahabiya Nile River Cruise Aswan to Luxor

Aswan / Kom Ombo / Edfu / Luxor
Golavita Travel

4 Day / 3 Nights

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Dahabiya Nile Cruise Tour

3 Nights Dahabiya Nile River Cruise Aswan to Luxor
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Tour Details

Golavita Travel offers 3 Nights Dahabiya Nile River cruise from Aswan to Luxor as a magical way to explore Egypt's top attractions in Aswan and Luxor during Egypt tours. Enjoy elegant air-conditioned cabins, a shaded sun deck, a hot tub, and a spacious lounge. Moreover, an expert Egyptologist tour guide during your Nile Cruises package with the best services. As a matter of fact, during your 4 days Dahabiya Nile River Cruise from Aswan to Luxor you will explore ancient Egyptian Civilization and ancient Egyptian history in many places. You will visit some of the top Egypt attractions such as Aswan High Dam, Philae temple, Kom Ombo temple, and Edfu temple in Aswan. While, the Valley of the Kings, Karnak temple, Hatshepsut temple, and the Colossi of Memnon in Luxor. Book this unique Dahabiya Nile Cruise and enjoy 24/7 support, free cancelation, and instant and free booking.


    • 3 nights on board Dahabiya Nile Cruise on a full board basis
    • Archeologist tour guide
    • All transfers by new brand modern A/C deluxe vehicle
    • All sights mentioned in the program
    • Entrance fees to all sights between Aswan and Luxor
    • All service charges and taxes


    • Tipping
    • Personal Expenses.
    • Any extras not mentioned in the program.


    • Pickup & Drop Off: Aswan / Luxor

    Dahabiya Cruise Highlights

    • The High Dam
    • The Unfinished Obelisk
    • Philae Temple
    • Kom Ombo Temple
    • Edfu Temple
    • Valley of the Kings
    • Hatshepsut Temple
    • Colossi of Memnon
    • Karnak Temples

Tour itinerary

  • Day 1 Aswan Top Sites

    Start your 4 days Dahabiya Nile River Cruise Aswan to Luxor when you meet your guide at Aswan airport, hotel or wherever you are. Your Aswan attractions include some of the top Egypt attractions such as.

    Aswan High Dam

    You will visit the High Dam in Aswan, Aswan High Dam is one of the best projects in the twentieth century started in 1960 and completed in 1970. As a result, Lake Nasser was created but drowned a lot of priceless temples, fortresses, and chapels such as Abu Simbel, Kalabsha Temple, Amada Temple, and Beit El Wali.

    Unfinished Obelisk

    Then you will go to explore the Unfinished Obelisk, it's one of the ancient Egyptians cut granite stone for building their temples and Obelisks such as Osireion in Abydos, Valley temple in Giza Plateau, and Hatshepsut Obelisk in Karnak temple. Here, you will learn how ancient Egyptian people cut the stones, smoothed them, and transported them to Luxor. Also, you will see the broken Obelisk of Queen Hatshepsut known as the unfinished Obelisk. This Obelisk is supposed to be 42 meters long and weighs 1,090 tons.

    Philae temple

    Enjoy a short motorboat ride to the temple port then start your visit to one of the best Greco-Roman temples in Egypt. Walk with your guide inside the temple and learn about the curse of the two Obelisks that decorated the entrance one day. Also, explore the amazing Mammisi of Philae, Hathor temple, Trajan Kiosk, and the Nilometer. Meanwhile, the temple is one of the best sites in Aswan and the temple is also the source of one of the famous Festivals in ancient Egypt called the Isis festival was celebrated every 10 days. Later on, you will go to board your Dahabiya Nile Cruise for the next 4 days. Enjoy your lunch on board and sail towards Kom Ombo city and overnight on the way.

    Meals: Lunch, dinner

  • Day 2 Kom Ombo Temple

    Enjoy your breakfast on board while sailing to Kom Ombo city and upon arrival, you will start your tour to the only double temple in Egypt.

    Kom Ombo temple

    Sadly, the Kom Ombo temple is in ruins, but magnificent carvings including depictions of Cleopatra, surgical tools, and an antiquated calendar remain. Horus relieves Isis in the form of Sekhmet, and you can also appreciate the god Sobek. Kom Ombo was one of the largest therapeutic centers in Egypt and the only temple where everything was reproduced. Upon completion of the excursion, you will return to Dahabiya and sail in the direction of Edfu City. You will stop along the way to swim in the Nile. Finish the sailing later in the evening and spend the night by the Nile.

    Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

  • Day 3 Edfu temple

    Enjoy your morning coffee and breakfast on board the Dahabiya cruise while sailing to Edfu City. Upon arrival, you will enjoy a short horse carriage ride to Horus Temple.

    Edfu temple

    Horus temple or Edfu temple is one of the best Pharaonic temples in Egypt and was built on the sport where Horus had full victory over Seth. Explore the ritual of constructing the temple on the walls of the first and second Hypostyle Hall. Meanwhile, marvel at the best Holy of Holies in Egypt and the Chapel of Nout, Goddess of the sky. Once you finish the best-preserved temple in Egypt, you will go back to the Dahabiya Cruise to complete your sail towards Esna. There is always a chance to swim in the Nile upon request or enjoy sundeck and the great view of the daily life long the river.

    Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

  • Day 4 Disembarkation at Esna & Luxor attractions

    Enjoy your last breakfast on board before you check out at Esna then you will be escorted to Luxor to marvel at the best Luxor attractions on the East and West banks of the Nile River.

    Valley of the Kings

    A must-see Luxor attraction on the west bank of the Nile. The Valley of Kings was the place where Egyptian Pharaohs of the 18th, 19th, and 20th Dynasties were resting forever. Also, the Valley of the Kings includes the tomb of the famous king Tutankhamun. Meanwhile, you can spot on the walls of the tombs all the religious books such as Book of the Day, Book of the Night, Book of Imyduat, and Opening of the Mouth.

    Mortuary temple of Hatshepsut

    In Deir El Bahari, Senmut, the engineer of Hatshepsut, constructed a stunning temple near the temples of Thutmose III and Mentohotep II which is the Mortuary temple of Hatshepsut. The temple features original reliefs depicting ancient Egyptian agriculture, trade with the Punt nation, the Punt expedition, and music and dance from that era. In addition, there is the exquisite Chapel of Hathor and Anubis and the Divine Birth of Hatshepsut by her father god, Amun. The Deir El Bahari Cache, meantime, was discovered not far from the Hatshepsut temple.

    Memnon Colossi

    Massive statues for Amenhotep III decorated his Mortuary temple on the west bank of the Nile River. They are the second biggest in Egypt after those of Abu Simbel and they show the king seated with his wife and mother.

    • Lunch: Enjoy your lunch at a local restaurant before you proceed to your next stop

    Karnak temple

    One of the most extensive collections of ancient Egyptian history, spanning from the Middle Kingdom and the New Kingdom to the Late Period, is found in Karnak, the largest outdoor museum globally. At the Karnak Temple, there are numerous sights to visit, including the Red Chapel of Hatshepsut, Mut Temple, Khonsu Temple, and Ptah Temple. In the meantime, the largest Hypostyle Hall, featuring 134 columns and reliefs, explains the religion, warfare, and religious rites of ancient Egypt. Whenever you visit Karnak explore Hatshepsut Obelisk, Sacred Lake, the great Scarab, and Festival Hall of Thutmose III. At the end of the day, we will drive you wherever you like in Luxor to end your 3 Nights of Dahabiya Nile River Cruise from Aswan to Luxor.

    • Meals: Breakfast, lunch

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Frequently Asked Title

  • Which is better, a normal cruise or a Dahabiya Nile cruise?

    Dahabiya is the better choice for many people in their Egypt tours, Dahabiya cruises typically have fewer passengers, creating a more personal experience, as well as offering more flexibility in terms of the destinations and activities available.

  • Is the Dahabiya Nile cruise worth it?

    Dahabiya Nile cruise is one of the most incredible experiences that you will have with Egypt Nile cruises tours, and it is worth taking, you can visit Luxor and Aswan with Dahabiya.

  • How much do you tip a Dahabiya Nile cruise?

    On the Dahabiya Nile cruise, you will enjoy the best service, you can tip for around $10 USD per person per night, and you can leave the tip after you finish your tour with Golavita Travel if you want.

  • How long is a Dahabiya Nile river cruise?

    Our Dahabiya boats go between Esna and Aswan on the Nile, sailing back. We provide a selection from 4 to 5 days, and on these days you can visit the best attractions in Luxor and Aswan like the Valley of the Kings, Karnak temple, the High dam, Edfu temple, Kom Ombo, and the Philae temple, you can book 4 Nights Dahabiya Cruise Luxor to Aswan to enjoy all these sites.

  • What types of activities are offered on a Dahabiya Nile Cruise?

    On a Dahabiya Nile Cruise, activities could include cultural performances, traditional Egyptian cuisine, and guided trips to historical places. Some cruises may also provide activities such as yoga, cooking classes, and bird watching.

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