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MS Farah Nile Cruise

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Farah Nile cruise offers 60 deluxe cabins and 2 Royal Suites, where you can actually taste the fine flavor of our hospitality. In every detail from the handmade Egyptian cotton sheets to the natural dark wood furniture.
All designed to tickle your senses and enhance your comfort.

All Cabins and suites are equipped with LCD TV, mini bar, private safe box, internet connection, a private bathroom (with bathtub, hairdryer) and an individual control for the central air conditioner. For your safety, a smoke detector system panel and sprinkler are provided in all cabins and outlets of the boat.

Luxor Aswan Nile Cruise
5 star
53
45
Luxor, Luxor City, Luxor, Luxor Governorate, Egypt
+201006838653
luxor
12:00
8:00
3 nights
5 % Off

Farah means Happiness and Joy in Arabic; and this is simply what we aspire: make our Guest happy and satisfied to have chosen us for their trip along the Nile.

Farah Nile cruise offers 60 deluxe cabins and 2 Royal Suites, where you can actually taste the fine flavor of our hospitality. In every detail from the handmade Egyptian cotton sheets to the natural dark wood furniture.
All designed to tickle your senses and enhance your comfort.

 

Today there are more than 220 Nile cruisers on the Nile  between Luxor and Aswan,  various classes of 4 star, standard 5 star, and 5 star deluxe and imperial Ultra deluxe.If you choose to go on a Nile cruise for Nile tours, make sure that the cruise is taken as “all inclusive”, i.e. accommodation, sightseeing tours and transportation! This option is the best way for you to see all the possible Temples en route.

We would therefore recommend, for health and safety reasons, to choose only the five star or 5 star + Nile cruises! The cost for one night accommodation, ranges between $90 and $150 per person per night in a twin room.

 

 

Included:
  • Meet and assist service upon arrival & departure
  • Assistance of our personnel during your stay and excursions
  • All transfers by a modern air-conditioned deluxe vehicle
  • Accommodation on board 5 star cruise on full board basis
  • All Nile Cruise excursions as mentioned in the itinerary sharing nile cruise group
  • Entrance fees to all sights between Luxor and Aswan
  • English-speaking tour guide during your excursions
  • All service charges and taxes
Excluded:
  • Any extras not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Entry visa to Egypt.
  • Tipping.
 

“This 7 nights itinerary basically includes all the visits , but divided over 7 nights, which gives you in total more more free nights to relax. It is very good choice for those who seek full relaxation..

Day 1 : Thursday

  • Check in & overnight on board.

Day 2 : Friday

  • Visit the West-bank (valley of the kings, Hatchepsut temple & colossi of Memnon).
  • 13:00 Sail To Edfu via Esna.
  • Overnight in Edfu.

Day 3 : Saturday

  • A.M. Visit Horus temple.
  • Sail to Kom Ombo.
  • P.M. visit Sobek temple.
  • Sail to Aswan & Overnight in Aswan.

Day 4 : Sunday

  • Visit Aswan (the high Dam & Philae temple & Felucca sailing).
  • Overnight in Aswan.

Day 5 : Monday

  • Check Out (for the 4 nights cruise).
  • A.M. Optional visit to Abu Simbel.
  • Sail to Komombo. (VISIT KOM OMBO TEMPLE)
  • Sail to Edfu and Overnight in Edfu.

Day 6 : Tuesday

  • Early visit Edfu
  • sail to Esnaby maximum 9:00AM, visit Chnum temple.12:00 ( AFTERNOON )
  • Sail to Luxor
  • 18:30 (approximately) Arrival Luxor and overnight in Luxor.

Day 7 : Wednesday

  • Visit the East bank (Karnak & Luxor temples).
  • Overnight in Luxor.

Day 8 : Thursday

  • Check Out.

 

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This is a Medium range type of Nile cruise, good for those who want more of the cruise experience. while adding one extra night for more leisure time Good for those who would like to extend their stay to see Abu Simbel

Day 1 : Thursday

  • Check in & overnight on board.

Day 2 : Friday

  • Visit the West-bank (valley of the kings, Hatchepsut temple & colossi of Memnon).
  • 13:00 Sail To Edfu via Esna.
  • Overnight in Edfu.

Day 3 : Saturday

  • A.M. Visit Horus temple.
  • Sail to Kom Ombo.
  • P.M. visit Sobek temple.
  • Sail to Aswan & Overnight in Aswan.

Day 4 : Sunday

  • Visit Aswan (the high Dam & Philae temple & Felucca sailing).
  • Overnight in Aswan.

Day 5 : Monday

  • Check Out.

 

 

 

 

This is a short cruise, good for those who want to get just the cruise experience in glance and still enjoy the temples in between.

Day 1 : Aswan

  • Aswan Visits.
  • Check In.
  • Sail to Komombo (Maximum by 13:00) – Visit Komombo Temple.
  • Sail to Edfu and Overnight in Edfu.

Day 2 : Komombo

  • Early visit Edfu temple.
  • Sail to Esna (Maximum by 9 A.M.)
  • Visit Chnum temple
  • Sail to Luxor.
  • Overnight in Luxor.

Day 3 : Luxor

  • A.M.Visit the West bank.
  • P.M. Visit the East bank (Karnak & Luxor Temples).
  • Overnight in Luxor.

Day 4 : Luxor

  • Check Out.

 

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Policies of MS Farah Nile Cruise

12:00
8:00
Two children up to 8 years of age can stay in the parent's room without an additional charge. However, a maximum of one child's bed can be placed in a room which will be provided at no additional charge.
visa, American express, credit card
Pets are allowed. Charges may apply.
Rates are in USD per night and subject to 12% service charge,10% sales taxes and 1% municipality taxes, based on bed only. Currency Converter Above rates are per room / suite per night and subject to 12% service charge, 10% sales taxes and 2% government taxes based on bed only. Mena House reserves the right to change the room rates and polices without giving any prior notice. For the best available rate for reservations online, please select your check in and check out date and proceed to ‘View Best Available Rate’.

Amenities of MS Farah Nile Cruise

In-Room Services & Amenities: Cable network Wired or wireless internet access Electronic in-room safe Multi-line telephone(s) with voicemail Refrigerated private bar Dining table & Coffee table Make-up mirror & weighing scale Hair dryer Thick terry bathrobes Hypoallergenic pillows on request Complimentary tea/coffee making facility 24 hour in-room dining Down pillows Twice daily housekeeping service Complimentary shoe shine service In-room dining available until midnight Main dining room, lounge, sun deck bar Nightly entertainment Fully-purified water, filtered and softened before distribution Barbecue area on deck Fitness and recreation areas Outdoor swimming pool with bar service Jogging track Spacious gym Guided sightseeing excursions Doctor available on call against charge

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Frquently Asked Questions

Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time. info@egyptlocalguide.com +201006838961 +201006838653

Once you have completed the payment process, your booking reference number will appear on the screen and you will also receive an e-mail with the reservation status (confirmed or pending confirmation). You can also check the status of your booking online through My Bookings. You should receive the confirmation e-mail along with the hotel voucher within a few minutes, however it could take up to 24/48 hours from the time of purchase. Please note you must take a copy of the hotel voucher with you to the hotel.

The price includes the accomodation for the nights requested, meals as stated on your confirmation documents and taxes. Please note: Some cities charge an extra local tourism tax per person per night, this must be paid directly at the hotel. You will be notified if such tourism tax applies to your booking during the booking process, prior to completing your reservation. Some hotels may also ask for a deposit which will be returned upon departure.

 
You should contact the hotel directly (the telephone number can be found on the hotel voucher) to inform of your estimated time of arrival..

These indicate the board basis booked: - RO: Room only - BB: Bed & Breakfast - HB: Half Board (Breakfast and Dinner normally) - FB: Full Board (Beakfast, Lunch and Dinner) - AI: All Inclusive (all services of full board plus any others specified in each case) Drinks are not included in the prices unless expressly indicated by the hotel.

Hotels occasionally can't provide a promised room for several reasons: typically, either an unforeseen overbooking or having current guests stay longer than originally planned.  In most cases the hotel/supplier will inform us (prior to travel) that they are unable to confirm the booking.  In this case they will offer a similar hotel to the one you have booked usually in same area and category.  If this is not possible then an alternative of a similar/higher standard is offered.  The hotel /supplier must fulfill their obligations by arranging alternative accommodation for you and pay (or refund the expenses upon your return - it is imperative to keep proof of payment of taxi to qualify for a refund) for you to get there. If you arrive at your hotel and they inform you on the spot that the room you booked is not available, normal procedure is that if the hotel has availability in another room type of different specifications or higher standard they will offer you an upgrade at no extra cost.  If the hotel has no rooms at all available then alternative accommodation of same or higher standard will be offered usually in the same area. Your options are: Accept the offered alternative, or contact us for alternative accommodation, of a similar standard to that originally booked if available (if the chosen alternative is less expensive than your original one, we will refund the difference but if it is more expensive, you, the customer will pay the difference); or Cancellation of that booking only and refund of moneys paid against that booking only.

Yes, you must include all guests. Any individual staying at the hotel is considered a guest, regardless of their age. The hotel must be aware of all guests staying at the establisment at any given time, as some rooms do not have enough space for additonal beds and/or cots.

Some hotels offer airport transportation for their guests. To find out if your hotel offers this service, check the "hotel information" that appears on our website. Once you have your booking confirmation, you will need to contact the hotel directly before your arrival. Please note that a surcharge for shuttle service may apply.

Things to Do

The cruise includes the following visits: Aswan The High Dam, the Unfinished Obelisk and the Temple of Philae Kom Ombo Visit the Temple of Kom Ombo Edfu Visit the Temple of Edfu Esna Visit the Esna Temple Luxor Visit the west bank in Luxor to see, the Valley of the Kings, the Valley of the Queens, and the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut

The temple of Karnak

The temple of Karnak was known as Ipet-isut (Most select of places) by the ancient Egyptians. It is a city of temples built over 2000 years and dedicated to the Theben triad of Amun, Mut and Khonsu. This derelict place is still capable of overshadowing many of the wonders of the modern world and in

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The Valley of the Kings

The Valley of the Kings and nearby Valley of the Queens is where many Egyptian nobles have their final resting place — the inside of the tombs have been protected from the elements and the faded paintings still on the wall are otherworldly. The tourist-friendly valleys are near Luxor (originally named Thebes), which is ground

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Luxor Museum Luxor Museum

The museum in Luxor, although not on the scale of it’s illustrious Cairo predecessor does house a large collection of tremendously significant objects. These include statues from the famous Cachette found buried in Luxor temple as well as a small selection of items from the tomb of Tutankhamun. Kornish Al Nile, Luxor City, Luxor, Luxor

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Temple of Hatshepsut

This incredible mortuary temple was designed by the architect Senemut for Hatshepsut, a powerful 18th Dynasty queen, who ruled Egypt as Pharaoh. The way this terraced temple harmonizes with its natural surroundings (massive limestone cliffs) is stunning, and inspired the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, among many other modern architects. The gods Horace and Hathor

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Luxor Temple

Small but attractive complete complex right in the middle of Luxor. Like the first place you’ll visit when you arrive. Easy to walk to and attractive at all hours. Be sure to visit in the evening when the lighting adds to the ambience. literally have to lay on the ground, with my panoramic camera lens,

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Medinat Habu

The mortuary temple of Ramesses III is notable for its well-preserved (still colorful) decor and its depictions of the pharaoh’s defeat of the mysterious invaders known as the Sea Peoples. No one knows where the Sea Peoples came from, but Ramesses III beat them in three separate 12th century BC campaigns. The most vivid art

MORE

The temple of Karnak

The temple of Karnak was known as Ipet-isut (Most select of places) by the ancient Egyptians. It is a city of temples built over 2000 years and dedicated to the Theben triad of Amun, Mut and Khonsu. This derelict place is still capable of overshadowing many of the wonders of the modern world and in

MORE

The Valley of the Kings

The Valley of the Kings and nearby Valley of the Queens is where many Egyptian nobles have their final resting place — the inside of the tombs have been protected from the elements and the faded paintings still on the wall are otherworldly. The tourist-friendly valleys are near Luxor (originally named Thebes), which is ground

MORE

Luxor Museum Luxor Museum

The museum in Luxor, although not on the scale of it’s illustrious Cairo predecessor does house a large collection of tremendously significant objects. These include statues from the famous Cachette found buried in Luxor temple as well as a small selection of items from the tomb of Tutankhamun. Kornish Al Nile, Luxor City, Luxor, Luxor

MORE

Temple of Hatshepsut

This incredible mortuary temple was designed by the architect Senemut for Hatshepsut, a powerful 18th Dynasty queen, who ruled Egypt as Pharaoh. The way this terraced temple harmonizes with its natural surroundings (massive limestone cliffs) is stunning, and inspired the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, among many other modern architects. The gods Horace and Hathor

MORE

Luxor Temple

Small but attractive complete complex right in the middle of Luxor. Like the first place you’ll visit when you arrive. Easy to walk to and attractive at all hours. Be sure to visit in the evening when the lighting adds to the ambience. literally have to lay on the ground, with my panoramic camera lens,

MORE

Medinat Habu

The mortuary temple of Ramesses III is notable for its well-preserved (still colorful) decor and its depictions of the pharaoh’s defeat of the mysterious invaders known as the Sea Peoples. No one knows where the Sea Peoples came from, but Ramesses III beat them in three separate 12th century BC campaigns. The most vivid art

MORE

The temple of Karnak

The temple of Karnak was known as Ipet-isut (Most select of places) by the ancient Egyptians. It is a city of temples built over 2000 years and dedicated to the Theben triad of Amun, Mut and Khonsu. This derelict place is still capable of overshadowing many of the wonders of the modern world and in

MORE

The Valley of the Kings

The Valley of the Kings and nearby Valley of the Queens is where many Egyptian nobles have their final resting place — the inside of the tombs have been protected from the elements and the faded paintings still on the wall are otherworldly. The tourist-friendly valleys are near Luxor (originally named Thebes), which is ground

MORE

Luxor Museum Luxor Museum

The museum in Luxor, although not on the scale of it’s illustrious Cairo predecessor does house a large collection of tremendously significant objects. These include statues from the famous Cachette found buried in Luxor temple as well as a small selection of items from the tomb of Tutankhamun. Kornish Al Nile, Luxor City, Luxor, Luxor

MORE

Temple of Hatshepsut

This incredible mortuary temple was designed by the architect Senemut for Hatshepsut, a powerful 18th Dynasty queen, who ruled Egypt as Pharaoh. The way this terraced temple harmonizes with its natural surroundings (massive limestone cliffs) is stunning, and inspired the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, among many other modern architects. The gods Horace and Hathor

MORE

Luxor Temple

Small but attractive complete complex right in the middle of Luxor. Like the first place you’ll visit when you arrive. Easy to walk to and attractive at all hours. Be sure to visit in the evening when the lighting adds to the ambience. literally have to lay on the ground, with my panoramic camera lens,

MORE

Medinat Habu

The mortuary temple of Ramesses III is notable for its well-preserved (still colorful) decor and its depictions of the pharaoh’s defeat of the mysterious invaders known as the Sea Peoples. No one knows where the Sea Peoples came from, but Ramesses III beat them in three separate 12th century BC campaigns. The most vivid art

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