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Hurghada With Nile Cruise

Hurghada With Nile Cruise

While you planning your vacation in Hurghada Egypt, there are many things to do in or from Hurghada to enjoy a complete holiday in the land of pharaohs by exploring it’s historical landmarks and civilization.

There is nothing better than spending a magical Nile Cruise in the River Nile from Luxor to Aswan, where the warm sun and the marvelous monuments and temples of the first civilization in history make you feel that you are in a magical world. “Tours From Hurghada” one of the great travel agencies located in Hurghada that offer stunning Nile cruise from Hurghada with amazing offers also  totally private tours.

What is the Nile Cruise Has to Offer for Your!

You can enjoy a five-star cruise from Luxor to Aswan or from Aswan to Luxor enjoying comfortable accommodation, beautiful Pharaonic artifacts, temples and tombs, fabulous natural sceneries, temperate weather. What distinguishes Luxor and Aswan that they are combining the past and the present at the same time.

Places you will visit during your fabulous Nile Cruises:

Karnak Temples:

Is a complex of ancient statues and temples, dating back to the reign of Pharaoh Ramses II. This area was the place of worship; it contains four main temples, one of the most famous temples and the largest of which is the temple of the god Amun. The site contains many ancient monuments and statues, as well as historical scenes from the battles fought by the Pharaohs with their enemies. Karnak Temple is located in the south of Egypt, near the city of Luxor.

Luxor Temple:

is located on the eastern bank of the Nile and was built by the pharaohs before 1400 BC. The temple was built for the worship of Amun Ra, his wife Mut, and their son Khonsu, or the so-called Trinity. The temple is characterized by the beauty of the buildings and good planning of the construction.

Valley of the Kings:

In that mountainous region lies a great and ancient history. The history of the Valley as a cemetery for the burial of the Pharaohs to the year 1550 BC. the Valley of the Kings among other archaeological sites in Luxor declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979. It considered the favorite and most visited by tourists.

Hatshepsut Temple:

one of the most beautiful temples of ancient Egypt. It located in the northern monastery on top of the valley, under the summit of the mountain. Hatshepsut is an awesome person, initially ruled as a deputy to her son, King Thutmose III

Colossi of Memnon:

On the west bank of the Nile opposite Luxor, on the road to the Valley of the Kings, These two colossal statues (about 20 meters high), The statues illustrate the gigantism of Egyptian art.

Edfu Temple:

The temple was not Pharaonic, It built by the Ptolemaic who were keen to be more closer to the Egyptians by worshiping their gods. The strangest thing is that the construction of the temple took 180 years, therefore It considered the second largest temple in Egypt after the Karnak temple in Luxor.

Kom Ombo temple:

Here in the Temple of Kom Ombo, you will see the Nubian and Pharaonic civilization is intertwined with Greek and Roman civilization, The temple was built in the Greek era, and continued until the Roman era to worship the god Subic, and the god Horus together. Do not forget to enjoy the view overlooking the Nile directly, where crocodiles gathered in ancient Egypt.

The High Dam:

It has a great effect on the economy and culture of Egypt. You can also visit the museum next to the Aswan reservoir, this museum consists of three stages and a garden. It includes hundreds of pictures and exhibits that reflect the history of the Nile and the Egyptian projects that were helped on it, and many other Exhibits.

The Unfinished Obelisk:

There are few obelisks in Egypt as well as the unfinished obelisk in Aswan, it is known to be one of the largest obelisks among them. It was constructed by Hatshepsut,  It is approximately 42m in length, weighing nearly 1100 tons, This obelisk provides much information about the stone-carving procedures of ancient Egyptians

Philae Temple:

You will see this temple in Philae Island, a rocky island in the middle of the River Nile, south of Aswan, it Has a great historical significance, not only with its monuments and temples that embodying different historical eras, but also its great strategic location.

Abu Simbel:

Is consists of two temples, one dedicated to Ramses II and the other to his wife, Nefertari. The Small Temple demonstrated  great love of Ramses II to her wife, Abu Simbel Sun Festival happen on February 22nd and October 22nd of every year, the sun rises directly into the sanctuary of The Great Temple to illuminate the statues of Ramses and Amun. It’s thought that The dates correspond to Ramesses’ birthday. Afterwards Overnight on board.

Our charming Nie Cruises vary to suit the customer’s desire as we provide many Facilities on the Cruise::

Large panoramic opening windows.

Private bath with bathtub, hairdryer.

All cabins are air-conditioned with individual controls.

Non-smoking cabins.

Doctor on calls on board.

Colored TV within house music and video channels.

Mini Bar & room service.

Telephone system with international calls.

Swimming Pool and sundeck.

Gymnasium.

Safe box in each cabin

Laundry service & housekeeping

All major credit cards accepted.

Things to Bring During Your Nile Curise:

Passport valid for 6 months

Comfortable shoes

Cotton clothes in summer

Warm clothes in winter

Sun block

Sunglasses

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