Private 4 Days Dahabiya Nile Cruise Aswan to Luxor

Aswan / Kom Ombo / Edfu / Luxor
Golavita Travel

4 Day / 3 Nights

Golavita Travel
Tour type

Dahabiya Nile Cruise Tour

Private 4 Days Dahabiya Nile Cruise Aswan to Luxor
Trip Runs

Upon Request

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Tour Details

Private 4 Days Dahabiya Nile Cruise Aswan to Luxor means you will enjoy a luxury sailing cruise with your loved ones or your group during Egypt tours. Golavita Travel offers this 4-day Dahabiya Nile River Cruise from Aswan to Luxor for spiritual Egypt tour groups, Meditation groups, honeymooners, or small groups all these types of tours can be found in our Egypt tour packages. Our Dahabiyas have air-conditioned cabins, a shaded sun deck, a hot tub, and a spacious lounge. Moreover, an expert Egyptologist tour guide during your Nile Cruise packages with the best services (upon request). 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 a very special way. Besides, the attractions you will visit in Aswan 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. Moreover, there is always a place for Yoga, meditation, reading, or practicing any activities you like. Book this unique Dahabiya Nile Cruise and enjoy 24/7 support, free cancelation, and instant and free booking.


    • 4 nights on board Dahabiya Nile Cruise on a full board basis
    • Archeologist tour guide (Upon request)
    • 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
    • Philae Temple
    • Kom Ombo Temple
    • Edfu Temple
    • Valley of the Kings
    • Hatshepsut Temple
    • Colossi of Memnon
    • Karnak Temples

Tour itinerary

  • Day 1 Aswan

    Start your private 4 days Dahabiya Nile River Cruise from Aswan to Luxor as soon as your guide meets you at Aswan airport, hotel, or anywhere you request. Your Aswan attractions include some of the top Egypt attractions such as.

    Aswan High Dam

    The first site in Aswan that you will see is the rock-filled Aswan High Dam, which was built between 1960 and 1970. The Great Pyramid of Cheops in Giza was constructed using eighteen times as much material as the Aswan High Dam. Lake Nasser was consequently formed, but it also submerged numerous valuable temples, fortresses, and chapels, including Beit El Wali, Abu Simbel, Kalabsha, and Amada. Indeed, one of the biggest artificial lakes in the world is the High Dam.

    Philae Temple & Isis Gate

    You will begin your visit to Philae Temple, one of the best Greco-Roman temples in Egypt with a brief motorboat cruise to Isis's temple dock. Learn about the Greco-Roman era of ancient Egyptian history as you tour the temple with your guide. Explore the Nilometer, Hathor Temple, Trajan Kiosk, and the magnificent Mammisi of Philae as well. Concurrently, the temple serves as the origin of the Isis festival, one of the most well-known ancient Egyptian celebrations, which took place every ten days. In addition, the temple was one of the most well-known healing facilities in ancient Egypt and nourished the root chakra. Later on, you will go to visit Isis Gate in its original place near Begah Island and Philae Island. After that, you will go to board your Dahabiya Nile Cruise for the next 4 days. Enjoy your lunch on board upon arrival while sailing towards Kom Ombo. There is the chance to swim in the Nile upon request. Dinner on board and overnight by the Nile Side.

    • Meals: Lunch, dinner

  • Day 2 Kom Ombo Temple

    Enjoy your breakfast on board while sailing to Kom Ombo temple which few minutes walk from the shore.

    Kom Ombo temple

    To make the most of our visit, we always schedule it for when the temple is nearly empty and it's one of the best sites in Aswan. Sadly, the temple is in ruins, but magnificent carvings like the antiquated calendar, surgical instruments, and scenes featuring Cleopatra remain. You can also honor the god Sobek and Horus's relief when Isis takes the form of Sekhmet. One of the largest centers of healing in ancient Egypt, the Kom Ombo temple is the only temple where everything was reproduced. We will view some of the mummified crocodiles and their sarcophagi at the Crocodile Museum after the visit. We will also have time for coffee at the Nubian Caffee, which is located near the temple's entrance. At the end of the tour, you will be back to the Dahabiya and sail towards Edfu City. On the way, we will stop by Little Island and walk it to see the typical Egyptian life. We will spend the night by the Island side.

    • 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 with your guide and again we choose time when the temple is not crowded.

    Edfu temple

    One of the greatest Pharaonic temples in Egypt awaits you, as does the 40-meter-tall Pylon. At the temple site, people remember the final battle in which Horus defeated Seth handily. Examine the procedure used to build the temple on the first and second Hypostyle Hall walls. Admire the Chapel of Nout, the Goddess of the Sky, and the greatest Holy of Holies in Egypt in the interim. You will return to the Dahabiya Cruise to finish your cruise towards Esna after visiting the Edfu Temple. There's always the option to enjoy a sundeck and the fantastic view of the everyday activities along the Nile, or to swim in the river upon request.

    BBQ dinner & Night show

    You will enjoy an amazing night by the Nile side where you will have special BBQ dinner followed by live music show and folkloric dance. Overnight by the Nile side

    • Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

  • Day 4 Disembarkation at Esna and Luxor attractions

    Enjoy your last breakfast on board and sail for about two hours 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 bank of the Nile River.

    Valley of the Kings

    An iconic sight in Luxor is located on the western bank of the Nile. During the 18th, 19th, and 20th Dynasties, the Egyptian Pharaohs were buried in the Valley of Kings. The famed King Tutankhamun's tomb is also located in the Valley. All of the religious texts, including Opening of the Mouth, Book of the Day, Book of the Night, and Book of Imyduat, are visible on the tomb walls in the meantime.

    Mortuary temple of Hatshepsut

    Senmut, the engineer of Hatshepsut, constructed a stunning temple in Deir El Bahari near the temples of Mentohotep II and Thutmose III. In actuality, the temple has original reliefs depicting ancient Egyptian agriculture, the Punt expedition, trade with the Punt, and music and dance during that era. The exquisite Chapel of Hathor and Anubis, as well as the Divine Birth of Hatshepsut by her father god Amun. At the same time, the Deir El Bahari Cache was discovered near the Hatshepsut temple.

    Memnon Colossi

    The next stop will be Memnon Colossi, Amenhotep III's Mortuary temple, located on the west bank of the Nile River, is adorned with enormous figures. These depict the monarch seated with his mother and wife, and they are the second largest in Egypt after those of Abu Simbel.

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

    Karnak temple

    The largest outdoor museum in the world, the Karnak temple is a major repository of ancient Egyptian history spanning the Middle Kingdom, New Kingdom, and Late Period. The Red Chapel of Hatshepsut, Mut Temple, Khonsu Temple, and Ptah Temple are just a few of the many sights to behold at Kalash Temple. In the meantime, information on ancient Egyptian religion, warfare, and religious rites is provided by the largest Hypostyle Hall, which has 134 columns and reliefs. In addition, ancient Egypt had sculpture, astrology, and the Zodiac. Indeed, several gods, including Amun, Osiris, Mut, Isis, Horus, Seshat, and Anubis, are depicted on the walls of Karnak. Explore the Hatshepsut Obelisk, the Sacred Lake, the Great Scarab, and the Thutmose III Festival Hall whenever you are in Karnak. At the end of Luxor day tours, we will drive you wherever you like in Luxor to end your 3 Nights Dahabiya Nile River Cruise from Aswan to Luxor.

    • Meals: Breakfast, lunch

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  • 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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