Constructed in 2005 and launched in 2006, the Alyssa Nile Cruise offers one of the best experiences sailing down the Nile in Egypt. The ship has 66 cabins 21 sqm and 2 deluxe suits 31 sqm. It offers marvelous style and charm while sailing down the Nile.
- Alyssa Nile Cruise 2Internet and fax availability
- Afternoon tea time and cake
- Playing and Reading Area
- Large panoramic / ultra violet windows
- Colored TV within house music and video channels
- Dedicated movie channel showing 3 films daily
- Mini Bar
- Individually controlled Air Condition
- Safety Box
- Luggage Rack
- comfortable lounge
- Private Transportation
- Horse Carriage at Edfu
- Taftaf at Valley of the Kings.
- Motor Boat to Philae Island.
Start this marvelous journey by embarking the Nile Cruise ship in Aswan to sail down the Nile from Aswan to Luxor.
During this trip you will be visiting the most wonderful historical sites in Aswan and as a beginning you will be exploring the Philae Temple. One of the most important centers for the worship of the goddess Isis. Constructed in the 1st century BC, it is among the most interesting ancient sites in Egypt. The whole complex was transferred to its current location in Agilkia Island after the building of the High Dam.
Then your ship will pass by the great structure of the High Dam, constructed to restore the water of the River Nile and produce electricity, the dam was built more than 50 years ago by the help of the Soviet Union. Today, it is one of the popular sites included in many travel packages to Egypt.
As the last visit of the day, you will be exploring the Unfinished Obelisk, which was found in the granite quarry in the Southern part of the city of Aswan. If completed, the unfinished obelisk would have been the largest piece of stone humans ever dealt with.
The Nile cruise sailing down the Nile, from Aswan to Luxor, or vice versa, will be having an amazing entertainment program for you in the evening to enjoy your time, this will include belly dancing shows, live music, costume parties, and much more.
Sail towards Kom Ombo city tonight and get ready for another journey.
Get ready to enjoy your delicious breakfast in the morning in the Nile Cruise.
Let’s continue this magnificent sail from Aswan to Luxor by landing at the location of the Temple of Kom Ombo, dedicated to two gods; Horus, the falcon god, and Sobek, the crocodile god. The Greco-Roman temple is famous for its matchless location overlooking the Nile. Construction work of the temple started in the 2nd century BC by Ptolemy VI and was completed during the reign of Ptolemy XII during the 1st century AD.
Now, you will be sailing towards Edfu city and start the visits by exploring the Temple of Edfu, This temple is the largest and most wonderful Ptolemaic temple in Egypt. Established more than 2000 years ago after 3 centuries of construction works, the temple includes several wonderful features.
You will be sailing down the Nile with your Nile cruise and enjoy some amazing entertainment programs in the evening. There will be belly dancing shows, live music, costume parties, and much more.
Get ready to sail towards Luxor city and start a totally different trip.
Spend your night at the Nile Cruise
You will be enjoying the best breakfast at the Nile Cruise to get ready for more fun in this Luxor and Aswan Nile Cruise trip.
Let’s begin today’s visits in the West Bank of Luxor by exploring the Valley of the Kings. considered the best preserved and greatest ancient Egyptian burial site. Established by the Pharaohs of the New Kingdom, starting from the 18th dynasty, more than 3500 years ago, it contains several amazing tombs.
Now, you will continue the trip in the West Bank of Luxor by visiting the incredible Temple of Hatshepsut, The finest mortuary temple to be built in Egypt. Constructed by Queen Hatshepsut more than 3500 years ago, the temple has several distinctive features.
To move on with this interesting journey, you should pass by the amazing site of Colossi of Memnon. These stunning and huge two statues are the only parts of the existing section of the mortuary temple of Amenhotep III. Named after the Greek hero, Memnon, one of these two statues used to make some humming noises. They believed they were of the mother of Memnon crying after the death of her son.
The Nile cruise sailing down the Nile will have an amazing entertainment program in the evening just for you, you will enjoy belly dancing shows, live music, costume parties, and much more.
Tonight you will sail towards Luxor to enjoy the rest of the amazing places there, this is while spending the night in the Nile Cruise for a relaxing sleep.
Get your breakfast early in the morning on the Nile Cruise then continue today’s journey.
The journey will begin in the East Bank of Luxor by visiting the Karnak Temple. This is the biggest and most amazing temple of ancient Egypt. Established more than 4000 years ago, the most astonishing elements include the avenue of sphinxes, several obelisks, the sacred lake, and the huge hypostyle hall of Ramses II.
Your next stop in the East Bank of Luxor should be to the amazing Luxor Temple. Considered by many scholars as an open-air museum of ancient Egyptian art, the temple was founded more than 3500 years ago and it was where many kings celebrated their crowning.
It’s now the time to end this journey and check out the Nile Cruise.
Are you ready to start another journey? Go and check in the Nile cruise ship and start this marvelous ride down the Nile. The first site of today will be to the Karnak Temple. The biggest and most astonishing temples of ancient Egypt. Dedicated to the worship of the god Amun and the holy triad of Thebes, these huge temples took 2000 years to be completed. Let’s now explore another incredible historical site which is the Luxor Temple. Featured with the two huge statues of Ramses II at the entrance, the temple was founded in the 15th century BC. Many kings had their additions contributed to the temple afterwards. The Nile Cruise would be offering you all meals including breakfast, lunch, and dinner throughout the day. Don’t miss having fun at the entertainment events happening on the Nile cruise which include belly dancing show, live music, costume parties, and much more. Spend your overnight in the Nile Cruise directly in the middle of the great Nile river.
You will be enjoying breakfast in the morning at your Nile Cruise to get ready for more fun in this Luxor and Aswan Nile Cruise journey. You will start exploring the historical sites of the West Bank of Luxor by visiting the Valley of the Kings. Established more than 3500 years ago, the kings of ancient Egypt started hiding their tombs inside the mountains to protect them against intruders. Today, they still preserve their greatness and charm with bright colors and marvelous decorations. Your next visit in the West Bank of Luxor should be to the Temple of Hatshepsut. This impressive temple was constructed on the ruins of a much older mortuary temple of Mentuhotep II during the 15th century BC. Today, it is famous for its terraces, colorful statues, and many chapels. Before the end of this journey you should never miss visiting the Colossi of Memnon. These stunning and huge two statues are the only parts of the existing section of the mortuary temple of Amenhotep III. Named after the Greek hero, Memnon, one of these two statues used to make some humming noises. They believed they were of the mother of Memnon crying after the death of her son. The Nile Cruise would be offering you all meals including breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Enjoy the evening in the Nile cruise by having an amazing entertainment event that includes belly dancing shows, live music, costume parties, and much more. Now, you will be sailing towards Edfu city while you’re spending the night in the middle of the Nile.
Get your breakfast with the shrming Nile view in your Nile Cruise and get ready for some fun in today’s journey. Let’s start the day by visiting the Temple of Edfu, the finest preserved ancient Egyptian temple in the land of the Nile. It was constructed by the Ptolemies in the 3rd century BC for the worship of the god Horus. The temple is featured with its marvelous stone columns and fascinating wall carvings. Afterwards, we would be sailing towards Kom Ombo. Then the Nile Cruise ship will land next at the location of the Temple of Kom Ombo, established in the Ptolemaic period and completed in the Roman era, the temple is dedicated to two gods, the local crocodile, Sobek, and the famous eagle god, Haroeris. This was why the temple was divided into two sections; one for each god. Nile cruise will be organizing amazing entertainment events for you to enjoy the evening that include belly dancing shows, live music, costume parties, and much more. You will be sailing today towards Aswan city. Enjoy spending the night in your Nile Cruise.
The most delicious breakfast will be served to you on the Nile Cruise while you’re getting ready for today’s marvelous Nile cruise trip. The most wonderful historical sites in Aswan should start by visiting the Philae Temple, the best example of Potomac temples that was finely preserved. It was a central hub for the worship of the goddess Isis. The whole complex was relocated to Agilkia Island after the construction of the High Dam in a huge project led by UNESCO. To continue this marvelous tour you will be visiting the High Dam. Considered by many people as the most important construction of modern Egypt, the dam was built in the 1960s to restore the flood water of the River Nile and generate electricity. The last visit of the day will be to the Unfinished Obelisk, which was found in the granite quarry in the Southern part of the city of Aswan. If completed, the unfinished obelisk would have been the largest piece of stone humans ever dealt with. Enjoy a wonderful entertainment program on board the Nile cruise that includes belly dancing shows, live music, costume parties, and much more. Spend your overnight in the Nile Cruise tonight.
YYou will be enjoying your delicious breakfast at your Nile Cruise ship before getting ready to check out the Nile Cruise Then you will have the choice to go on an Optional Tour to Abu Simbel. the finest example of marvelous temples built by the ancient Egyptians in Nubia. Constructed by Ramses II more than 3000 year ago, the temple was transferred to its current location after the building of the High Dam. Once the journey ends you will be heading back to the Aswan Airport.
- 04 or 03 Nights’ accommodation on board the Nile cruise based on Full Board.
- Meet and assist service upon arrival and Departure.
- All Transfers by Modern A/C private Vehicles.
- All the Nile Cruise excursions as mentioned in the Itinerary.
- All entrance fees to all sighs and Temples in and between Luxor & Aswan.
- Private English speaking Tour guide.
- All Services Charges and Tax.
- Any extra Meals and Beverages.
- All personal Expenses like Laundry and etc…
- Tipping to Guide, Driver and etc..
- Any optional tours may require.