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cruise on lake nasser

and the pyramids

7 days / 6 nights

Discover Nubia, this region which completely disappeared under the waters of Lake Nasser, once the high dam was built in Aswan in 1960. Under the aegis of Unesco, the temples of Nubia were saved.

day 1: cairo
Le nil au Caire
day 2: Aswan
Philae Assouan

Arrival at Cairo airport. Welcome by our representative after passport formalities.

Transfer and installation in your hotel.
Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Breakfast at h as O and transfer to Cairo airport to fly to Aswan.

Arrival at Aswan airport, transfer by private vehicle and installation on board your boat on Lake Nasser (full board).
Afternoon visit of the Temple of Philae dedicated to the goddess Isis. Threatened to be submerged during the construction of the high dam, this temple was moved block by block under the aegis of Unesco.
Stop and visit the Aswan Dam.
Dinner and overnight on board.

day 3: Aswan - Kalabsha
Temple de Kalabsha Assouan

Breakfast on board, then departure by motor boat to visit:
- Temple of Kalabsha dedicated to the Nubian god Mandoulis.
- Temple of Ramses II in Beit El Wali dug in the rock.
- Kiosk of Kertassi.
Lunch in the navigation yard.

Relaxation afternoon on the upper deck of the boat enjoying the scenery.

At the end of the afternoon, tea served on the deck

Dinner and overnight on board.

day 4: wadi El Seboua-Amada
temple de wadi seboua la nubie voyage egypte -

After breakfast visit of:
Temple of Wadi El Seboua "valley of the lions" built by Ramses II, dedicated to the god Amon-Ra.
Dakka temple dedicated to the god Thoth.
Maharaka temple from Roman times.
Lunch on board.
Free afternoon devoted to navigation and relaxation on board.

At the end of the afternoon visit of:
Temple of Amada originally dedicated to Horus and then dedicated to the worship of Amun. Built by the pharaohs of the New Empire.
Temple of Derr, erected by Ramses II in the year 30 of his reign, his first jubilee.
The Tomb of Pennut , viceroy of Nubia during the reign of Rames VI.
Dinner and overnight on board.

day 5: Kasr Ibrim- Abu Simbel
le grand temple d'Abou Simbel voyage egypte -

After breakfast. Navigation to Kasr Ibrim located 15 kilometers north of Abu Simbel. View of the fortress (from the outside), it is the only non-displaced site on Lake Nasser.
Lunch in the navigation yard.
Arrival in Abu Simbel and visit of the great temple built in honor of Ramses II, four impressive royal colossi frame the prestigious facades of the temple and the small temple of Hathor built in honor of Queen Nefertari, his favorite wife.
Dinner and overnight on board.

day 6: Abu Simbel - Aswan - Cairo
Palmiers au bord du nil
day 7: Cairo
Le Sphinx

Breakfast on board, then departure in a private vehicle to take the road to Aswan.

The trip lasts about 3 hours.
Transfer to the airport, flight to Cairo.
Transfer and installation at the hotel.
Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

After breakfast, visit of the three pyramids which constitute the whole of Giza: Khéops, Khephren and Menkérinos. Then the sphinx, an enigmatic symbol of Egypt for millennia.
The sphinx and the great pyramid represent the last of the seven wonders of the ancient world which have stood the test of time until today.
The visit inside the pyramids and the museum that houses the solar boat are left to your initiative, so they are not included in the package.

Transfer to Cairo airport.


Based on 2 people: 1400 dollars per person in a double room.

Based on 3 to 6 people: 1378 dollars per person.

The price includes:
  • All greetings by our representatives and transfers by private air-conditioned vehicle.

  • The English speaking guide Individual Egyptologist.

  • The visits mentioned in the program.

  • Plane tickets: Cairo / Aswan and Aswan / Cairo.

  • 2 nights in Cairo in a 4 * hotel including breakfast.

  • 4 nights on a 5 * luxury boat with full board.

The price does not include:
  • Obtaining visas at the airport: 25 dollars / person.

  • Drinks during meals.

  • Personal expenses.

  • Visits and meals not mentioned in the program.

  • Tips for boat staff, drivers and guides.


NB: Possibility of doing the same circuit with the train, bed wagon, instead of flights.

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